||Clinton-Iliescu Meeting (mind)
|| 26 sor
||Living In Budapest (mind)
|| 2 sor
||Re: Clinton-Iliescu Meeting (mind)
|| 14 sor
||Re: Seeker Magazine (mind)
|| 44 sor
|+ - ||Clinton-Iliescu Meeting (mind)
I would like to thank those of you, who have already sent their letters to
the President. According to the secretariat, they have already received
enough to make the topic "MENTIONABLE" to the President. I would like to
thank you for that.
The meeting is on the 26th of September, so there is plenty of time to send
another message. You can also ask your spouse, your colleagues, even your
students. Remember that our leaders know, that behind each person who bothers
to speak up, there are 1000 who agree, but are too busy, cynical, letargic,
etc. to do that. Please remember also, that cultural genocide is not a
Hungarian issue, it is a human issue, that peace in Central Europe is in the
interest of all, and it will not be achieved until cultural autonomy is
provided to all ethnic minorities. Please do not look at the Clinton-Iliescu
meeting as something to debate, look at it as a great opportunity and as a
human duty to act on.
PS: Before the war, the total population of Bosnia was 2 million, since, it
has been reduced by ethnic cleansing. The Hungarian population in
Transylvania is a function of whom you ask: Romanian sources place it at 1.6
to 2 million, Hungarians at 2 to 3 million.
It was Reuters that reported that Ambassador Moses compared Tokes to
Respectfully yours: Bela Liptak
|+ - ||Living In Budapest (mind)
I would like to get some information about living in Budpest. Any
thoughts? E-mail me at JDula.aol.com.
|+ - ||Re: Clinton-Iliescu Meeting (mind)
Sadness is all I feel when such articles show up on Hungarian news groups.
While Eastern Europe is ravaged by so many real wars, here are some guys
trying to fight propagandistic wars, defending people they know nothing
about: the Hungarians in Transylvania.
Creating new expressions, like "cultural genocide", using big words to
describe the situation of the Hungarian minority in Transylvania can't
help in any way those people to live peacefuly among Romanians. More
than that, existent tensions between Hungary and Romania are given
fuel exactly when they needed it less, that is before the signing of
a couple of treaties meant to instate once and for all the peace in
this part of Europe.
|+ - ||Re: Seeker Magazine (mind)
>Date: Sun, 17 Sep 1995 18:18:44 -0400
>To: (Ellen O' Dale)
>Subject: Re: Seeker Magazine
>Hi, you may want to send it to (the HUNGARY list) or
(the soc.culture.magyar newsgroup).
>> Hello! :>
>> I was wondering if you could help me. I publish a magazine on the
>> internet, called Seeker (www.brainiac.com/eodale) and I am looking for
>> some original stories for a column we have called "Tongues." Seeker is a
>> voluntary project, so we cannot pay for articles or stories,
>> unfortunately...but we CAN provide a World Wide audience for beginning
>> writers and fellow Seekers. :> We are looking for stories from different
>> countries, featuring the folk heros and heroines of each area. For
>> instance, I have an interest in learning a bit more about Rozsomak the
>> Wolverine, who I understand is the wise woman of Hungarian culture. If
>> you know of anyone who might be interested, please forward my email
>> address ) and I would be glad to send more
>> information. The stories would have to be written in English, but the
>> grammar and spelling need not be perfect. Any problems with
>> comprehension on this end can be worked out between myself and the
>> author. All rights to any material published by Seeker remain the sole
>> property of the author. I thank you for your time.
>> Denise Ruiz
>> Editor - Seeker Magazine
>PS If this is not the right place to send this letter, please forgive me
for cluttering up your mailbox! :>