This video says about itself:
HUNGARIAN NEO-NAZI JOBBIK VIGILANTE TERRORISM
15 Aug 2011
“Civil Guard Association for a Better Future” (Hungarian: Szebb Jövőért Polgárőr Egyesület) is a Hungarian militant organisation, sponsored by Jobbik, involved in anti-Roma activities in areas such as the town of Gyöngyöspata in early 2011, where they have been accused of intimidating the Roma population with weapons and dogs.
Jobbik, The Movement for a Better Hungary (Hungarian: Jobbik Magyarországért Mozgalom) commonly known as Jobbik, is a Hungarian radical nationalist political party, accused by scholars, different press outlets and its political opponents of being fascist, neo-fascist, anti-Semitic, anti-Roma and homophobic.
By Ben Chacko in Britain:
Keep fascist Vona out
Wednesday 22nd January 2014
Coalition asked to ban Hungarian Jobbik party chief from London rather than put up with racist message of hatred
Home Secretary Theresa May faced mounting pressure yesterday to stop Hungarian fascist leader Gabor Vona peddling his ideology of hate on the streets of London.
Jobbik says he is visiting to hold a “meeting” with Hungarian expatriates and has denied reports that he plans to meet representatives of Greek neo-nazi outfit Golden Dawn or the British National Party.
Labour London Assembly member for Barnet and Camden Andrew Dismore has asked Ms May to issue an exclusion order to keep the fascist out.
“Our Jewish and Roma communities in London, for whom Jobbik reserves special hate, need defending against its filthy ideas,” Mr Dismore said. “All our residents need protection from the undesirable audience of far-right activists he is likely to attract.”
Jobbik has a history of Holocaust denial and the Hungarian Guard Movement has been blamed by police in the country for multiple murders of Roma people.
In his new year message at the start of this month Mr Vona called for “drastic, draconian” measures against Hungary‘s Roma community, demanding “the criminalisation of the Gypsies” and saying a Jobbik government would introduce the death penalty and “chemical castration.”
Anti-fascist campaign group Hope Not Hate called on the Home Secretary to heed Mr Dismore’s request for a ban on the visit.
“Jobbik is a violently anti-semitic, anti-Roma party whose followers have been involved in intimidation, violence and murder,” spokesman Matthew Collins told the Star.
And London’s Communist Party district secretary Steve Johnson said that timing the visit for the eve of Holocaust Memorial Day was particularly offensive.
“To give a Hungarian fascist a platform in London this weekend is an insult to the victims of nazi genocide,” Mr Johnson said.
“It shows the fascist threat is still real and demonstrates the ongoing need for unity against racists seeking to incite divisions and hatred.”
Holocaust Memorial Day Trust chief executive Olivia Marks-Woldman said the day was “an international day of reflection on the Holocaust and genocide where we learn lessons from the past.
“We condemn any attempt to distract from this message.”
The Home Office said it could not comment on individual cases or if someone was under consideration for exclusion.