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Hungarian Neo-Nazi Learns He’s Jewish

Neo-Nazi Learns

What do you do when you learn you are the very thing you hated? CBN News reports from Budapest on one man’s crisis and amazing transformation.


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29 Responses to “Hungarian Neo-Nazi Learns He’s Jewish”

  1. John Keytack says:

    Wow! What a story.

  2. John Keytack says:

    Wow! What a story.

  3. Leona Bazylak Quigley says:

    Serves him right! Now, what’s he gonna say and do? Ha ha ha!

  4. Serves him right! Now, what’s he gonna say and do? Ha ha ha!

  5. Ronald Taylor says:

    I wonder if he will try to move to Israel now?

  6. I wonder if he will try to move to Israel now?

  7. Ronald Taylor says:

    I bet he feels like a real schmedrick now! :)

  8. I bet he feels like a real schmedrick now! :)

  9. Jonathan Stern says:

    Traitor to the Jewish people! We don’t want him!

  10. Traitor to the Jewish people! We don’t want him!

  11. Sharon Barks says:

    Who knows? He could become advocate. At any rate I hope he accepts his heritage…

  12. Shemayah Shiloh Phillips says:

    There have been plenty of people who are of Jewish background who should never be taken as Jewish. Even Hitler had a bit of Jewish ancestry it’s said. I wish we could see Jewish is as Jewish does.

  13. Aron Bally says:

    There were quite a number of Jews , who served the nazies.As Georing said $ I decide who is a Jew" I do not know their fate after the fall of the Third Reich. May be they went back to their Jewish background. I cannot imagine how they lived with this. This guy was a rabid anti semite and if this chance did not happen he would continue to be.The environment creates them. And his grandmother stayed silent , when her grandson made anti Jewish speeches. Why did she remain silent all these years. What made her speak? And when.

  14. Aron Bally says:

    There were quite a number of Jews , who served the nazies.As Georing said $ I decide who is a Jew" I do not know their fate after the fall of the Third Reich. May be they went back to their Jewish background. I cannot imagine how they lived with this. This guy was a rabid anti semite and if this chance did not happen he would continue to be.The environment creates them. And his grandmother stayed silent , when her grandson made anti Jewish speeches. Why did she remain silent all these years. What made her speak? And when.

  15. Moriah Fischer says:

    My ex started attracting neo-nazi’s after the first time I ran away from him (he was abusive) and of course didn’t fill me in on this when he convinced me he was sorry the second time. But, as I was sitting in the room with him and one guy, they started doing their thing and I freaked out and said “will you guys stop I could be Jewish, I don’t know anything about my family.” His friend said (in a snotty tone) “yeah, so could I.” A few days later he tried to stab me then told me to change my evil ways… I never did learn how to lighten up and take a joke. I don’t know that guys like this could ever truly care, but stories like this seem to be very popular lately. Then again, the prophesies about Mashiach do say “All the Jews” so maybe it is all adding up. I don’t know what could be said for making amends in a situation like this, though.

  16. Terry-Ann Lynch says:

    ha ha ha!

  17. Tim Upham says:

    Intermarriage is so prevalent in Hungary, even the Gabors found out that Jewish was in their background.

  18. Tim Upham says:

    Intermarriage is so prevalent in Hungary, even the Gabors found out that Jewish was in their background.

  19. Ross Yerkes says:

    Well – at least now, he’ll always have someone to pick on.

  20. Richard Sandler says:

    Let him commit suicide…who needs that garbage.

  21. Richard Sandler says:

    Let him commit suicide…who needs that garbage.

  22. Sonja Weiner says:

    worth the time to watch.

  23. Sonja Weiner says:

    worth the time to watch.

  24. Sonja Weiner says:

    worth the time to watch.

  25. Ruji Rujii says:

    hahahaha ….. this is almost like a skit from “the chappell show”

  26. THEY DID NOT HAVE TO FIND OUT THEY KNEW IT ALL THE TIMES

  27. Do not judge somebody so easily before you have been in his/her situation. He did not committed any of the three unforgivable sins.

  28. Tim Upham says:

    George Harsanyi Zsido in Magyar. They were there even before the Magyar arrived.

  29. Sasha Veysbeyn says:

    I believe George Soros can be a good example.

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