This chapter is a revised version of the paper I presented at the “Nationalism and the body politic” winter symposium in Oslo, March 25–27, 2011, * four months before the Breivik massacre. This tragic event has justified again the urgent need to examine right wing extremism from psychoanalytic and social psychological viewpoints (see Auestad, 2012 for inspirational ideas on this topic). My contribution deals with the rhetoric and symbols of the Hungarian extreme right movements, and was originally inspired by two posters from a municipal election campaign in Budapest in the autumn of 2010. These posters had been made visible for a couple of weeks all over in the streets of Budapest, advertised by the most influential extreme right wing party “Jobbik – The Movement for a Better Hungary”. (In Hungarian the word Jobbik literally means both “the Right” and “the better”.)