With just a few days left before this year’s European Parliament balloting, it’s pretty clear that the big story of the EP election in Hungary is the strong likelihood that the right-wing Jobbik will be the only minor party to send a representative to Strasbourg. Meanwhile, much of the foreign media’s coverage of Jobbik’s rise has focused on its charismatic EP list leader, academic/layer Krisztina Morvai. Yet among all the thousands of words spilled profiling Morvai and her party – typified by this interview in last week’s Budapest Times, and this frustrated “non-interview” in the UK Telegraph – one seemingly crucial detail is always omitted: that Movai is married to a Jew who isn’t even right-wing (television reporter György Baló). What this all means I have no idea, though if there was ever a topic made for open comments, this would have to be it. Go wild, kids.