Meet Csanad Szegedi, Your New Favourite Jewish Anti-Semite

Csanad Szegedi was enjoying a fine career as a politician in Hungary’s nationalist Jobbik Party. The 30-year-old Hungarian helped market Hungarian nationalist merchandise online, acted as an EU lawmaker, and did not skimp on the Jew-bashing in his public speeches.

Csanad Szegedi, your new favourite Jewish anti-Semite

This all came to screeching halt upon his recent discovery that his maternal grandmother was a Jew who survived the Holocaust.  Shortly after learning of his Jewish ancestry, he resigned from his positions in the Jobbik Party.

That’s right  ladies: Mr. Szegedi is a Jew by halakhic standards. And he’s available.

 

This is almost as good as if the recently-declared U.S. Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan would suddenly find out he’s really a woman.  Almost.

2 Responses to “Meet Csanad Szegedi, Your New Favourite Jewish Anti-Semite”

  1. A hunka burnin’ hate… Or would it be Hungr- never mind.


    Adam · August 16th, 2012 at 11:11 am
  2. Kind of reminds me of that great bathroom scene in Melvin van Peebles’ Watermelon Man (1970)–

    it begins about a minute in in this clip: www.youtube.com/watch?v=cC_rYYnD05s


    Raysh Weiss · August 16th, 2012 at 12:15 pm

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