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„Komunismus znamená v pravém a úplném smyslu bludné učení, že nikdo nemá míti žádné jmění, nýbrž aby všechno bylo společné, a každý dostával jenom část zaslouženou a potřebnou k jeho výživě. – Bez všelijakých důkazů a výkladů vidí tedy hned na první pohled každý, že takové učení jest nanejvýš bláznovské, a že se mohlo jen vyrojiti z hlav několika pomatených lidí, kteří by vždy z člověka chtěli učiniti něco buď lepšího neb horšího, ale vždy něco jiného než je člověk.“

Karel Havlíček Borovský ve svém časopise „SLOVAN“ 26.7.1850


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Platform has located graves of six of the thirteen electrocuted Polish victims for whose death Lubomír Štrougal is responsible

Tautz HartmuthJuly 27, 2017

Praha/Bratislava, 27 July 2017. Researchers of the Platform of European Memory and Conscience have found the graves of six of thirteen identifiedStrougal Lubomir Polish victims who were killed by electrocution on the Czechoslovak Iron Curtain. The responsibility for their deaths lies primarily with former Minister of Interior, later member of the Politburo and Prime Minister Lubomír Štrougal. The Polish Institute of National Remembrance, which initiated criminal proceedings in the cases based on the findings of the Platform this February, announced last month that they were interested in exhuming the remains of the Polish citizens.

Based on a submission by the Platform of European Memory and Conscience, prosecutors of the Main Commission for the Prosecution of the Crimes against the Polish Nation, which is a division of the Institute of National Remembrance, initiated criminal proceedings this February in cases of killings of Polish citizens on the Czechoslovak Iron Curtain in the years 1961-1965, when Lubomír Štrougal (*1924) was Minister of Interior.

It's not about Mašins, but it's the same ...

Masin zemreli abychom zili“We used to have a big farm in the Czech Highlands. My father died when I was sixteen, at a time when I dreamt of joining the air forces – I still have a badge of the Masaryk aircraft which I applied to at home. I’m ninety-four years old now but I still enjoy looking up when I see something flying above me. Back then, my mum told me: ‘No air force, there is your farm you have to take care of!’ So I did. At first I didn’t like it, I even wanted to run away to the West with two friends of mine during the war. When we reached the Polish borders, I told them: ‘Guys, I’m sorry! I would really love to go with you but my mum lives here and I can’t leave her.’ My conscience didn’t allow me. So I went back but they eventually reached England. Both joined the air force and both used to fly over the La Manche channel. One of them got shot down, he has a memorial in Humpolec. My mum died a few years after that and I was sent by the Germans to Austria for digging trenches as forced labor at the end of the war. That was horrendous. When people say they would like to be young again, I wouldn’t. I wouldn’t like to go through my life again.”

The EU: Authoritarianism Through Complexity

BrexitJul 24, 2017, The bloc has become an authoritarian regime insisting that it is the defender of liberal democracy.

By George Friedman

In recent weeks, EU negotiators have claimed that the British negotiators of Brexit are not sufficiently sophisticated to understand the complex issues being dealt with, and that, in essence, it is frustrating for EU negotiators to deal with unskilled negotiators. I have found that dealing with unskilled negotiators has frequently created opportunities for me, but apparently the EU wants to have a better team to play against.

Jan Antonin Bata’s Contribution to the Czechoslovak Resistance During World War II

Bata Jan Antonin a TGMJan A. Bata ordered 2,000 Czechoslovak technical experts be sent to Great Britain, the United States and to neutral countries. Also, see on page 2 where Muska is arranging Bata funds for evacuating Czech soldiers who were stranded in France.  Muska is describing raising about 1,000,000 Francs for this purpose. This is interesting because of the new hit movie soon to be released in the cinema called Dunkirk. This is important because is shows the planning of J.A.Bata to help people who were in desperate need.

 

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