I am really irritated by the fact that modern Hungarians are claiming the Huns to be their ancestors. The truth is that, the Magyars were an Ugric people, and they mixed with some Turkic peoples like the On Oġurs (Volga Bulgars) who caused the originially forest-dwelling Magyars to adopt the Turkic steppe lifestyle. Whereas, the Huns, a Turkic people (definitially not Ugrian), had already ceased to exist as a separate people after the fall of their state, when they joined the Oġurs and got assimiliated into them. Even if the Magyars (whose English name Hungarian comes from French Ongrie which comes from German Ungarn which comes from Turkic On Oġur, because they were made up of ten tribes) have any Hunnic ancestors, it must be very very limited, thus non-effective, because they were only little mixed with the On Oġurs, and it's obvios that there weren't that many Huns among the On Oġurs who created Volga Bulgaria.
My advise to the Hungarians who claim the Huns, would be to stop this looser act, and accept the fact that the Huns were a Turkic people, and that the Magyars have nothing to do with the Huns. I am sick of loosers claiming something which did and does not belong to them. You are Magyars, an Ugric people, not Turkic Huns.
Plus, I have no problems with the Finns because they never claim something Turkic to be their's. I am very aware of the difference between Turkish and Turkic, and I don't claim the European Huns to be the direct ancestors of Anatolian Turks, because we are Oġuz Turks, not Huns, but nevertheless, both the Huns and the Oġuz were Turkic.