Although Hungarian is known to be one of the most difficult languages with an extensive vocabulary, we do not have a word for “woke” yet. The reason is simple. So far, we are lucky enough not to not need to come up with one to describe our everyday reality. And we like it this way.
I remember using “woke” for the first time during a campaign event, after which someone from the audience asked me to explain what I was talking about, followed by someone else telling me that she liked my speech but was unsure why I kept repeating the fashion magazine Vogue during my remarks.
There is a theory that Anglo-Saxon nations were immune to totalitarian ideologies in the twentieth century because the