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Eszem agaban sincs beleavatkozni a HIX-Nemzet vitaba. Pellionisz Andrast
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A Nemzet sorozatban publikalja egy bizonyos Szatmari Jeno konyvet, es
ugy gondolom, hogy olyan szerkesztesi elveket hasznal amely, hogyismondjam,
Pellionisz Andras altalaban uvoltozni (capital letters) szokott, ha kedvenc
Csurkajat valaki lefasisztazza. Szeretnem megkerdezni, hogy hanyszor
fasisztazza le Szatmari Csurkat a konyvben (3). Ir -e arrol, hogy
foldalatti ellenallasi mozgalmat szervezett a "horthysta restauracio" ellen,
melyet ha jol ertem a "Csurka-Antall-Konya rezsim" keszitett elo. (szerintem
Szatmari minden jelentos automarka es kozephomerseklet ellen is foldalatti
ellenallasi mozgalmat szervezett). Ugyancsak furcsa, hogy Pellionisz
kifejezetten azert nem bizik Petoben, mert annak allitolag AVO-s volt az apja
es Szatmari apjanal ez nem zavarja, noha Jeno bacsi kifejezetten
buszke arra, hogy az atyja avos volt es, hogy Rakosi a harmincas evekre
visszamenoen igazolta vissza a kedves papa parttagsagat.
Pellionisz Andras nagyjabol akkor irta ala Csurkanak a Magyar Forumban
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vagy lehallgatta Szatmari telefonjat vagy Szatmari nem volt kepes egy uzenet-
rogzitot helyesen installalni. Nekem ugy tunik, hogy Sz.J az elso
verziorol irt egy fejezetet, melyrol szinten nem irt a Nemzet.
Pellionisz legujabb sweetheartja Torgyan Jozsef, aki egy bizonyos ugyben
(titokzatos szervezkedes a valtozatossag kedveert) ,Szatmari szerint,
lepaktalt Thurmer Gyulaval. Mintha ez sem szerepelne a Nemzetben.
Akarcsak Schamschula Csurka altali lezsidozasa.
Persze Jeno bacsi mentalis allapota egyebkent sem tulsagosan
biztato. Szatmari az allitja, hogy
egyszerre tobb ongyilkossagot is elkovetett, ami azert nem kifejezetten
a stabilitas jele. Aki egy ilyen embert szavahihetonek tart annak
furcsa fogalmai vannak a forraskritkarol.
Vegul Jeno bacsinak... Elvarom, hogy amikor Csurka embere (aze a Csurkae
aki teged ismetelten budos zsidonak nevezett) kozli az irasodat, azert,
hogy az amerikai szelsojobboldali emigracionak legyen egy jo napja,
akkor leplezd le ot mind pederaszta opiumkereskedot, aki lehallgato
keszuleket epitett bele Pozsgay Imrebe, es akitol az elso felesege
Kaliforniabol nyilegyenesen egy magyarorszagi elmekorhazba menekult.
Erot, egeszseget EG
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|+ - ||Re: Hungarian History page (mind)
>>it seems to me your reference is not the product of a genuine,
>>objective, scientific research, but plain propaganda.
>Well, considering the time and purpose it was obviously written for,
>"counter-propoganda" would be a fair characterization.
Sure, Haraszti wrote in 1972, but now we are almost in 1996. You know
what I mean. I also checked Fred Hamori's Hungarian page. What a
difference! Not that I agree with all the historical facts presented
there, I am getting kind of picky recently :-), but anyhow that is
>>That puts the
>>Vlachs in, or very close to, Transylvania *prior* to the Magyar
>>arrival. And that's all we care about, isn't it? :-)
>Actually, Haraszti acknowledged the possibility of some Vlachs making
>it across the Southern Carpathians even before the arrival of Magyars.
>However, as you yourself pointed out with extensive references about a
>year ago, the bulk of historical data places their "center of gravity"
>gradually shifting northward over time. That "center" was not near
>Transylvania at the arrival of Magyars there.
Haraszti acknowledgement is not that sincere because he agreed to
that possibility only after he had attempted to discredit Anonymus'
credibility. All things considered, yes, I don't think there are any
serious facts to support an hypothetical Vlach majority in 9th century
>BTW, the Southern Moravia concept is nowhere near being accepted yet
>in the historical community, so I don't know what to make of anything
>else that's based on that premis.
Well, given that the Dictionary of the Middle Ages, published in 1989
by the American Council of Learned Societies, subscribes to Boba' s
thesis, I do not agree that the "Southern Moravia concept is nowhere
near being accepted." I think it is curiously funny that you were
initially willing to consider the possibility of a Morav "center" in,
or near, Transylvania, but, after learning about the possible Vlach
component of megale Moravia, have become suddenly so reluctant :-)
>>On the other hand, Haraszti is very vague with respect to the
>>pre-Latin ethnic make up of the Romanians. He doesn't care who they
>>are as much time as they are somewhere from "the southern parts of the
>>Balkans" and not from Transylvania.
>That would follow from the limited scope of his book.
But the title of his book is "Origin of Romanians," not "Transylvania
is not the cradle of Romanians," right?
>I also wonder
>about his bibliographic references which are mostly pre-WW II. Are you
>familiar with many of them? Could he have found the kind of info in
>them you find lacking?
There is plenty of pre-1972 relevant information. I can think very
easily of several important authors, Hungarian and Romanian included,
whose work was apparently ignored by Haraszti. However, I think we
both agree that his main goal was not to approach the issue
>>As I said, his work does not rank high enough to be included in a
>>Hungarian History Page.
>OK, then what would you suggest instead that is concise and accurate
>enough for inclusion in its place?
Lote, L.L.(ed.), 1980, Transylvania and the theory of
Daco-Roman-Rumanian continuity. Carpathian observer, 8/1 A special
issue of Committee of Transylvania, Rochester.
It is a 100+ pages collection of articles, written in English, French,
and German, but not all of them must be necessarily included.
>I wouldn't mind also reading your opinion on the "History of
>Transylvania", published by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in the
As I said, I only skimmed through the 1992 English version which might
be slightly different than the 1986(?7) original. If I remember
correctly, a professional review was recently published in "English
Historical Review," or "Slavic Review." Of course, I might not agree
with several interpretations presented there, that's my right as a
consumer :-), but I wish Romanians would put together something of
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First of all, yes, Bull's Blood is still alive and strong in Eger. Bull's
Blood is "Egri Bikave'r" in Hungarian, with the "Egri" denoting that the wine
is of Eger. (Bika=bull, v'er=blood). Your name in Hungarian is Ja'nos.
(And your name day was just on December 27, so Boldog Ne'vnapot Kivanok!)
Hope this helps you. You are obviously of Hungarian ancestry and I think
it's neat that you are trying to learn some of the language.
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Bull's Blood is a wine made in Eger Hungary. can anyone tell me if it
is still made there?
And how do you say Bull's Blood in Magyar?
How do you say James in Maygar?
Thank's in advance.
|+ - ||Re: Hungarian History page (mind)
Liviu Iordache > wrote:
> I also checked Fred Hamori's Hungarian page. What a
>difference! Not that I agree with all the historical facts presented
>there, I am getting kind of picky recently :-), but anyhow that is
Hmmm... I'm kinda' surprised by that, because in the past Fred
championed a few ideas about the origin of Hungarians I know you do not
subscribe to. I guess I better take another look at his Web site.
>Haraszti acknowledgement is not that sincere because he agreed to
>that possibility only after he had attempted to discredit Anonymus'
I'm sure you know that Haraszti is in a big company with that view of
> All things considered, yes, I don't think there are any
>serious facts to support an hypothetical Vlach majority in 9th century
This sure flies counter to the often repeated view on s.c.r. that
Romanians have ALWAYS been a majority in Transylvania. Just curious ...
what is your view about the time when they DID indeed become a majority?
>Well, given that the Dictionary of the Middle Ages, published in 1989
>by the American Council of Learned Societies, subscribes to Boba' s
>thesis, I do not agree that the "Southern Moravia concept is nowhere
>near being accepted."
That's Americans, but what about Europeans?
> I think it is curiously funny that you were
>initially willing to consider the possibility of a Morav "center" in,
>or near, Transylvania, but, after learning about the possible Vlach
>component of megale Moravia, have become suddenly so reluctant :-)
Well, it's awfully hard to catch you off your toes. ;-) I admit, you
have a point there, but consider this, too: Hungarians also have a
historical debate going on with Slovaks, who have their own Continuity
theory hinging on the Northern Moravia concept. So, whatever Hungarians
might lose against the Romanians with the Southern Moravia idea, they
might gain as much against Slovaks. In other words, Hungarians might as
well sit out this debate.
>Lote, L.L.(ed.), 1980, Transylvania and the theory of
>Daco-Roman-Rumanian continuity. Carpathian observer, 8/1 A special
>issue of Committee of Transylvania, Rochester.
>It is a 100+ pages collection of articles, written in English, French,
>and German, but not all of them must be necessarily included.
Oh, I know who Lote is. I hope the owner of the History page reads
this. The size of the publication looks just about right for the Page.
Thanks for the tip.
>correctly, a professional review was recently published in "English
>Historical Review," or "Slavic Review." Of course, I might not agree
>with several interpretations presented there, that's my right as a
>consumer :-), but I wish Romanians would put together something of
I hope not! ;-)