So, what % of the Hungarian people can we now denounce as fascist scum from our ivory towers?
Or instead, can some #FBPE Remoaner indicate to me why Brexit was a rejection of tolerant progressive values?
There was quite an interesting shift in narrative. How is that Jobbik, who were very obviously fashy, suddenly became an acceptable part of the opposition? Why did British newspapers that decried them a couple of years ago not question their presence on this coalition ticket?
Reminds me of my Austria: Whenever ÖVP tried it with the FPÖ, there was wide outRage in the foreign press, causing every time (1949; 1986 [Waldheim]; 2000; less so 2017) lots of damage for the country's reputation abroad; but not, when SPÖ actually formed a coalition in 1983 or offered so in 1970 (and - as it came out - 2017) or voted along with them in parliament in the 1960ies. Or had lots of exNazis as ministers (Kreisky's first cabinet had at least 3, including 1 from the SS). Leaving aside the open antiSemitism of SPÖ-politicians like Schärf, Helmer aso. (yes, after 1945!). Or certain slogans ("Who has been a nationalistic socialist before, will be an internationalistic socialist now!" "Who has voted for an Adolf once, will vote for an Adolf [Schärf, in the presidential election] again!").