1. Happy Holidays and thank you for your posts. I read them every day and share them with friends who also lived in Hungary and loved their days there. (I am the one who sent the picture of the tee shirt from 1991) Jan Holmes

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  2. Thanks Eva (and all the other commenters too) for all that invaluable info you’ve given us and the “food for thought”!

    I also wish everybody a Happy Christmas and BUÉK!

  3. Wishing you a Very Merry Christmas and a Good New Year. Thanks for all your posts which I enjoy reading every day. We can only hope things will change for the better in Hungary sooner rather than later.

  4. Happy holidays Eva and thank you for all the amazing posts! You certainly know how to keep the trolls busy 😉

  5. Dear Eva,
    Best wishes for the holidays, and for 2015 ~ you do such an amazing job of keeping us all informed about the situation in Hungary; there is no other source (that I know of) for such reliable and interesting information, for which I am very grateful!
    Live long & prosper

  6. Dear Eva, thank you for maintaining this great site! Wish you a merry christmass and a happy new year and I thank all the other parttakers for sharing your thoughts. Maybe even the trolls.

  7. Merry Christmas everyone! The great analysis and comments on this blog keeps me engaged in Hungarian politics. Thanks for everyone’s passion, commitment and intelligence.

  8. Many thanks for an excellent year’s work keeping us thinking and informed. Kellemes évvégi ünnepeket kívánok. Brian

  9. Dear Mrs Balogh,

    Thank you for the marvellous work you are doing in writing so authoritatively on the deteriorating situation in Hungary. You are a beacon for hope.

    Have a lovely Christmas es Boldog uj Evet.

    David Kirkby

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  10. Dear Eva
    There are no words for thanking you for your excellent contribution in discussing the Hungarian situation.For me it’s the best i can find on internet.
    I hope you will stay with us for years:i read your bloc every day.
    Happy,healthy new year.

  11. What is the difference between saying “Merry Christmas” and “Happy holidays”?

    Is it that “holidays” include Hanukkah, while Christmas does not?

  12. Dear Eva,

    Thank you for all your hard work!
    Without your blog I don’t know what I’ll do 🙂

    Here’s wishing all Happy Holidays & BUÉK!

  13. Wishing you a merry Christmas and a VERY productive 2015. Michael Shafir From: Hungarian Spectrum To: shafirmchl@yahoo.com Sent: Thursday, December 25, 2014 1:27 PM Subject: [New post] Happy holidays to one and all #yiv0930602508 a:hover {color:red;}#yiv0930602508 a {text-decoration:none;color:#0088cc;}#yiv0930602508 a.yiv0930602508primaryactionlink:link, #yiv0930602508 a.yiv0930602508primaryactionlink:visited {background-color:#2585B2;color:#fff;}#yiv0930602508 a.yiv0930602508primaryactionlink:hover, #yiv0930602508 a.yiv0930602508primaryactionlink:active {background-color:#11729E;color:#fff;}#yiv0930602508 WordPress.com | Eva S. Balogh posted: ” ” | |

  14. Thank you, Prof. Balogh, for all your dedication and hard work keeping us informed on the goings-on in a little country we all care so much about. Let’s hope the news – somehow – gets better in the new year.

    Kellemes karácsonyi ünnepeket és boldog új évet!

  15. Just to add another expression of heartfelt admiration and thanks to Prof. Balogh for her unique, tireless and invaluable role in the efforts to restore normalcy and decency in Hungary. You will never be forgotten for this, Éva.

  16. I would like to thank everybody who wrote messages of their appreciation of Hungarian Spectrum in the last twenty-four hours. I want to emphasize that this blog wouldn’t be the same without comments which help to make what it is.

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