The Independent Smallholders Party was founded by Tankred Orfeusz on August 10th 2009 as it were holding a crooked mirror to other eRep parties based on Rl ideology, and aiming to represent the land workers at that time. The Smallholders excelled with their funny campaigns, but in the first year their candidates were running under the banner of different top5 parties. Then on its first anniversary eISP also joined the top5 club.
After the country was wiped in November 2010 the party was reformed as Új Kisgazdapárt (New Smallholders Party). Soon after it provided two presidents for Hungary. In December Sir Moke Shag won the elections, while in JanuaryForradalmiMaki took office after the impeachment of the previous president. A year later, also in the most difficult situation another smallholder exchanged his plough for the presidential chair. During/After the occupation of our country in February 2012,Bosko Balaban became the leader of Hungary after the previous one resigned.
All three Smallholders government persisted in spite the tough situation. The government of Sir Moke Shag managed to double the wealth of the country under constant pressure, and a year later the same gold accumulated at that time still serves as the country’s reserve. During the presidency of ForradalmiMaki took place the biggest battle of the New World history till that time: the siege of Pest in which Hungary was victorious. Bosko after the repeated wipe of the country ensured its place on the map using Operation Új Honfoglalás (New Settlement).
Providing opportunity to dip themselves in the wallow of New World's politics for as many players as possible is important for the Smallholders from the very beginning. So uniquely in Hungary there are 66 different players sharing the 119 congress positions won by party candidates altogether.
Beside the numerous farmers there are many tradesmen and entrepreneurs improving the standards of the party so economical questions were always among the most emphasised topics in the party. Discussing these questions and and reporting up to date events made the the party’s newspaper the Magyar Gazda (Hungarian Farmer) the most widely read in Hungarian party press.
Edited by Tankred Orfeusz, 12 August 2013 - 09:02 AM.