The family man József Szájer proved how Fidesz relates to family, Christian and conservative values by having to flee the police with drugs in his bag from an illegal orgy. At the same time, the arrest of the Deputy Secretary of State of the Ministry of Agriculture confirms that the system is based on corruption.
Any of the decision-makers responsible for land affairs could be sentenced for corrupt land tenders that destroyed family farms built up with many years of hard work just to make Hungarian land a means of exercising Fidesz's power and making the selected few even richer. However, János Nagy was arrested because this time he did not abuse his power for the sake of the system, but stole entirely for himself.
However, here too, the question arises as to whether they wanted to keep the case of the Deputy Secretary of State a secret. Was the Minister of Agriculture aware of the investigation? If so, why did he let the Fidesz politician continue to work?
Did they want to cover up this case, as they tried to do in the case of József Szájer? Regarding that, we are still awaiting Viktor Orbán’s response as to whether he knew the real reason for the resignation of the failed MEP.
More and more cases prove that the ruling party's conservative values, which they have been preaching for years, are all one big lie, as the Fidesz regime is in fact pseudo-Christian and pseudo-conservative, which tolerates systemic corruption but not individual thefts.