The Hungarians have done it again. As this writer likes to recount whenever he can, those tough people were the ones who, in October, 1956, had finally had enough of Jews terrorizing, torturing and murdering them. As we can relive in David Irving’s Uprising, they stormed the buildings housing their Jewish overlords in the secret police and other departments of Communist terror. The freedom fighters dragged their Jewish tormentors into the streets and killed them. They shot them and lynched them by the hundreds. Trees and lampposts had Jews swinging from them all around Budapest. It must have been glorious.