A new media platform named “Custodela” will be created to influence public opinion in Europe on the third world invasion threat to its existence, the mayor of Ásotthalom in Hungary has announced.
Speaking during a workshop held over the past weekend conference of patriots from around Europe, Mayor László Toroczkai said that an important weapon through which to effect political change was that of public opinion.
Using his own town’s recent history as an example, Mayor Toroczkai said that even the Hungarian authorities ignored his warnings about the dangers posed by mass third world migration in 2014.
“I was the first to call for a fence along the border to stop the invasion, but I did not even get an answer to my first letters to the Hungarian government and police,” he said.
“I then equipped and paid our own local town police to protect our part of the border,” he said. The area covered under the Ásotthalom town area includes nearly twenty miles of border with Serbia, one of the Schengen external borders.
He was also able to inform the locals of his area of the true nature of the situation, while the controlled media tried to present the invasion as “refugees in need.”
“I pointed out with posts on Facebook and elsewhere that these people claimed to be refugees, but there were almost no women and children with them. I interviewed many of them, and I asked them where their women and children were,” he continued.
“They said ‘at home,’ and I said that if my home country was attacked, I would stay and fight, and it would be my wife and children who would be the refugees, not the other way around!”
It was by engaging in media efforts like this that Mayor Toroczkai was able to inform the people of the true facts, and that public opinion throughout Hungary was eventually changed.
“It was only after public opinion brought pressure to bear on the government that it changed its strategy,” he said.
The new media network will be set up on a distributed news basis, like a commercial news service such as Reuters. This can then be used by cooperating patriotic parties, websites, and media outlets, after translating it to their local language.
Mayor Toroczkai stressed that the news service will be run under the name of Custodela—a Latin word which means “protect,” and that it was not a new political party or movement.
“There are more than enough parties already in existence, and there is no need for any new ones,” he said. “What is needed is cooperation on an international level to distribute the real news of what is happening on the borders and inside the ghettoes of the European cities.”
The new media platform is set to be launched early in the new year, at which time further details for contributors and users will be made available.