USA Magyarországnak: Aki hülye, haljon meg.


It is entirely up to Hungarians how they want to organize their economy, whether they want to become even more integrated into the world or prefer to be more independent. If Hungary wishes to be more separate from the world economy, then it could decide to do so. It is hard to imagine how that would increase Hungary’s prosperity but I am not an economist. Europe’s experience is that open borders to trade have strengthened its prosperity and its security. A basic tenet of the European Union the French-German thought that achieving economic interdependence prevents the possibility of war has worked for 60 years now. That is what Hungary subscribed to and that has been the consensus among Hungarians for the past twenty years. Joining Europe equals joining an integrated economy. If now they decide this is no good for them, and want to go in a different direction, it is fully up to the Hungarian voters and their elected officials to do so.

Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Thomas O. Melia http://www.humanrights.gov/2012/05/07/interview-deputy-assistant-secretary-melia-hungarian-democracy-is-an-american-interest

[Cf. “A hiába az Amerikaiakban való bízásról – Tóta W. figyelmébe” http://amexrap.org/fal/hiaba-az-amerikaiakban-valo-bizasrol in Hungarian]