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If Hungarians actually think that statism is the issue here, they're headed for way worse times than this.

It's an autocrat problem, nothing will change until he's removed
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I think autocracy is just a symptom of statism.
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There are still people in the Hungarian govt who oppose the autocracy. There would be no pull in the opposite direction if it was a direct symptom, it's mostly a symptom of apathy/hate
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People with no bearing on real issues or history are more likely to fall for scapegoats and divisive rhetoric, it's remarkably easy to unite people in hatred of something unfamiliar
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With their attention on external/internal "enemies," autocrats are free to rig whatever they wish behind the curtain, with little risk of their base understanding the potential impacts
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I think the only disagreement of the parties in the parlament is how they want to reshare the wealth they control by collecting 90% tax (more eu level vs more country level).