The president of far-right Mi Hazánk Mozgalom (Our Country Movement), László Toroczkai was speaking some 200 metres away from the joint opposition protest at his party's own event.
He said that equality is a big question in Hungary, evidence of which is that Manfred Weber, when coming to Budapest to "settle the matters with a member of the alliance," his first trip was straight to the Synagogue (which is not true, he first visited CEU, then Orbán, and only then the Synagogue) and said his message there. He asked:
"Are there groups in Hungary with certain privileges?"
The leader of the party formed by radicals leaving Jobbik said that Orbán betrayed a demand of the 1848 revolution when he terminated the Hungarian Guard, Jobbik's "paramilitary" organisation that liked to visit small towns to scare minorities. "A national government would have been happy to see that Hungarian people are sacrificing their time and money to visit their events. They did not attack anybody, they wanted to help Hungarian people who got attacked," he said.
The majority of Toroczkai's speech, however, was about the joint opposition: He said that the government and the "rainbow coalition" are cooperating to rob Hungary. Talking about free press in Hungary, Toroczkai explained that there is none, but Mi Hazánk cannot cooperate with the opposition on that issue, even if they say the same thing. Toroczkai used the government's reasoning saying that even if there is a giant government media conglomeration, most still watch the news of RTL Klub, adding "the international media empire controlled by the Bertelsmann-group is even richer than the government's centralised media foundation."
He said government propagandists lie just like the non-governmental media. "The politicians of this rainbow-coalition refuse to talk about that." Toroczkai said that censorship in non-governmental media is made apparent by the fact that he has never been invited to RTL Klub, even when he was the vice president of the "second largest party."