In this Saturday, April 2, 2011 photo commander of the National Sentinele Army, a self-proclaimed uniformed paramilitary organization, Laszlo Bodrog addresses a rally of the radical nationalist party ... more 
In this Saturday, April 2, 2011 photo commander of the National Sentinele Army, a self-proclaimed uniformed paramilitary organization, Laszlo Bodrog addresses a rally of the radical nationalist party For A Better Hungary Movement "Jobbik" held against what they say the crimes committed by Gipsies or Roma in Hejoszalonta, 163 km northeast of Budapest, Hungary. Letters on the speaker's desk read "Hungary is for the Hungarians". In an effort to prop up its deteriorating support, Hungary's far-right Jobbik party has renewed its anti-Roma campaign with rallies in villages across the country.Exploiting anti-Gypsy fears and enduring unemployment in countryside villages hit hard by the economic crisis, Jobbik entered parliament for the first time in 2010 with nearly 17 percent of the vote. less 
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Associated Press | Photo By MTI, Zsolt Szigetvary
Sun, Apr 3, 2011 10:03 AM EDT