Anarchists open exhibition on neo-Nazi victims in Czech town
Anarchists from the Anti-fascist Action (AFA) and students prepared an exhibition on the victims of neo-Nazism after the fall of the country's communist regime, a guide from the Vysocina Museum that houses the exhibition told CTK today.
The exhibition commemorating racially motivated murders committed in the Czech Republic was unofficially opened on Friday. It will last until March 30.
It was already shown in the Lidice Memorial, central Bohemia, Lidice is a village raised to the ground by the Nazis in 1942.
The main message of the exhibition is the warning that neo-Nazis are not just a marginal group of youths admiring Nazi symbols, but a real threat to the whole society.
The exhibition's authors say the neo-Nazi movement tries to pretend to be a legitimate political power, but in reality its members do not hesitate to use violence against anybody whom they dislike.
AFA wants to fight against all authoritarian ideologies and group seeking any form of oppression, mainly ne-Nazis and far-right movements.
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