While the far-right swaggers, Jews feel increasingly uneasy. Some leading figures say the atmosphere is the worst they can remember since the collapse of communism. In April a representative of the extremist Jobbik party gave a speech in parliament reviving the medieval blood libel, that Jews use the blood of Christian children. A spate of Holocaust-memorial desecrations and other outrages followed. Pigs’ trotters were placed on a statue of Raoul Wallenberg, a Swedish diplomat who saved thousands of Hungarian Jews. Orthodox Jews say they face gibes on the street. Some Jewish families are considering emigrating.