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Jaroslav Miko: Pro-Russian demonstrators are openly supporting a criminal regime

11.7.2022 8:12
Demonstrations against the Czech Government of Prime Minister Petr Fiala on 8 July 2022 featured Russian flags. One was carried by Tomáš Čermák. (PHOTO:    Jenny Nowak, FORUM 24, www.forum24.cz)
Demonstrations against the Czech Government of Prime Minister Petr Fiala on 8 July 2022 featured Russian flags. One was carried by Tomáš Čermák. (PHOTO: Jenny Nowak, FORUM 24, www.forum24.cz)

The most recent demonstration of human stupidity that happened in Prague on Friday did involve several aspects that are actually interesting. The first is that the event was organized by creatures such as the recidivist Patrik Tušl; by Tomáš Čermák, who has been prosecuted for promoting and supporting terrorism; and by the well-known "vandal" Jiří Černohorský, who has been investigated by the National Organized Crime Agency.      

People describing themselves as the "only real Czech patriots" were waving the flag of Russia and shouting "Glory to Putin" - in other words, "patriotically" expressing support for a regime that openly conducts actions against the Czech state, our national sovereignty, and our prosperity. These people are openly supporting a criminal regime that, because of its aggressive war, poses not just a security threat to all Czech citizens, but also creates difficulties of an economic nature that are serious.

This "authentic patriotism" was further underscored by the sign being carried by the demonstrators that read "Stop Fiala's Government!!!" in some kind of weird new form of the Czech language. Interviews with those attending the event were also interesting, including one with a particularly peace-loving lady.

She clarified her reasons for demonstrating to a Forum24.cz reporter like this: "I'm protesting against the motherf***ers, the swine, the trash, the s***s and that brute of a murderer, Zelenskyy. He has to lose, they all have to be killed! He brought flowers to Bandera!"

"Bandera is long dead," another lady logically noted. "Who cares, his f***ing family is alive," the interviewee said.

"Putin has to win! He must!" she then raged.

When asked what would happen if he does, she didn't answer. A female friend of hers then led her away from the interview, telling her: "Don't talk to that c**t."   

Our democracy makes it possible for even the mentally weakest of us to freely express their desire for a world where everybody would be badly off, not just them, and the rest of us have no choice but to reconcile ourselves to the fact that all societies produce such bankrupts. The idea that our world could actually reflect the desires of such people in reality is genuinely terrifying, though.  

Jaroslav Miko, translated by Gwendolyn Albert
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