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Róbert Molnár, mayor of Kübekháza, expressed his opinion on several current topics on his social pagesuch as the introduction of the petrol price cap, the increase in the tax on extra profit and also that was handed over the Mol Campus, where about 2,500 employees of the company can work in the future.
“My question is poetic: who is the government really going to use to fill up the looted state coffers? The same goes for unreasonably high electricity and gas prices. The Orbáns know that electricity, gas, and fuel are needed, the coffers are empty, they will be a bit tight-lipped, but they will pay anyway…” said the former member of parliament.
Róbert Molnár continues: “The point is: the money goes into the empty state coffers. Our leaders are not interested in the fact that people, businesses, and municipalities that maintain institutions get involved in this.”
The mayor also mentioned the new headquarters of Mol. “I see that Mol’s luxury skyscraper, the size of twelve football stadiums, was handed over, which was regularly blessed by the priests of the churches. The Catholic brother even performed a quick exorcism when he said: »let the harm of the evil spirit and all strife depart from this place; let the angels of peace dwell here.”
For me, there is no question that this run amok will unfortunately have a very ugly end, but perhaps even more painful is that we, the people, will have to pay the price for our guilty indifference, because we allowed it, let it or just tolerated it
Róbert Molnár concluded his thoughts at the end of his post.