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A Hungarian city’s bid to become the European Union’s next Capital of Culture was allegedly rejected by Brussels based EU officials because its video entry showed too many smiling, dancing, ethnic-European Christians the city’s mayor says.

Székesfehérvár, Hungary’s ninth-largest city, submitted a short video as part of its entry for the 2023 European Capitals of Culture contest, a competition designed to celebrate the cultural features Europeans share.

Featuring folk dancers, young couples, mothers, babies and even two elderly gentlemen playing chess in a park, the video application was rejected. The EU panel of allegedly independent experts in the field of culture felt it had too many happy White people and not enough migrants…

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