In the struggle to defend Christendom from the attacks of home-grown and imported enemies alike, the information war is crucial.
In this vital field, the growth of the Internet and social media has had a massive effect in levelling the playing field in favour of traditionalist views, but there is still a lot of work to do to counter the lies and censorship of the MSM.
This was the reason for the decision by ‘controversial’ Mayor László Toroczkai to call a meeting in his town of Asotthalom to discuss not only the success of the border fence that he inaugurated but also a plan to create a pan-European social media news hub.
Explaining the concept, independent Mayor Toroczkai said that rapid exchange and dissemination of news that is often censored or distorted by the conventional liberal media is vital to the growing struggle to resist the slow motion Muslim invasion.
The idea was fleshed out in a series of workshop meetings in which the business and PR experience of the KTI delegation allowed us to make a very significant contribution to the planning stage.
The news hub is to be called ‘Custodela’, a word with its roots in the Latin for guardianship and protection. While disseminating the truth about Hungary’s leading role in the fight against the Third World invasion will be at the heart of the operation, it also aims to act as a clearing house for information from other countries.
The value of breaking the liberal censorship block on both the problems caused by uncontrolled immigration and on local successes by the growing resistance, is self-evident. So we are very pleased to be able to report on the KTI involvement in this exciting new project with a young team headed by the dynamic and charismatic László Toroczkai
There is a lot of patient back-room work to be done to bring the proposals that emerged from the meetings to fruition, and we will quietly be playing our part, because we believe passionately that modern Templars need to do more than honour and remember our illustrious forebears, we need to take action to help preserve the civilisation they helped to defend and build all those centuries ago.
Our week-long mission to Hungary involved only two days in Asotthalom, so we will be bringing you more news from our journey in the next post in this series very shortly. “Watch this space!”