Pavel Novotný, the mayor of Řeporyje, Writes to Putin

The boorish mayor of Prague autonomous suburb of Řeporyje, wrote a letter addressed to Vladimir Putin, where he exposes his utter Russophobia.

I would like to remind readers that Pavel Novotný, the mayor of an autonmous part of Prague, Řeporyje, intends to install a monument to the Russian Liberation Army (ROA) in his village… The ROA were former Red Army soldiers, who joined the Nazis, and had a small altercation with their former masters at the very end of the war, which has helped Czech rebels in Prague.

I will not translate the whole drivel, it is not worth it:

We will not consult our desire to install a monument to ROA, and about their historic role, with anyone from the outside, let alone Russia, a symbol of occupation, lies and human rights violations. A beautiful country, to which I would wish another, not the current government, self reflection, and more international recognition, which it claims only through the demonstrations of force and gas pipelines.

Řeporyje are a sovereign, independent part of Prague, which decides via its own elected representatives, to whom, when, and where, it will build a monument. That all after a debate with the public, which allows any resident to express his opinion without fear. I would very much wish this for the citizens of the Russia Federation, which murders journalists, is feeding the population through schools and media an alternative account of history and contemporaneity, and regularly forgets that where the borders of the RF end begins the territory of others.

The planned monument to Vlasovites will be decided by Řeporyje alone, not by Russia. Řeporyje has a far better experience with Vlasovites than with you, you caricatures of your own selves with a nuclear suitcase behind your arses, head full of vodka and dark consciousness. The Czech Republic is a democratic country, where you can send agents, money for the campaigns of fuckwits that are loyal to you, doped up sportsmen, and comments on what irks you through your diplomats. We can only respect that, or rather acknowledge that.

Please acknowledge that it is not within your power to stop us from erecting a monument to the 300 soldiers that died here fighting Nazis… (I don’t get the following few words). You would only be able to remove it when next you shall occupy us and enslave is. Until then, it is of no use to bother us, as it is of no use to poison with novichok, or pressure me personally. I am not saying this because I am afraid of you you lying, rude, self centered, arrogant fuckwits.

I am telling you this because if local people wish to install a monument because they believe Řeporyje and Prague owe it to the Vlasovites, they will build it.

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Cocaine in Prague is really good…

2 thoughts on “Pavel Novotný, the mayor of Řeporyje, Writes to Putin

  1. First of all I’m a bit surprised that I found this blog as it seems just a smelly pile of Kremlin propaganda (in fact, I was just looking for more information on Mr Pavel Novotny).
    Nonetheless, I’m more than happy to see that people like Mr Novotny still have courage to name Russian regime and sick historical policy so accurrately!
    My respect to you, Pavel!

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    1. Mr. Novotný decided to erect a monument to Nazi collaborateurs and traitors to the Soviet Union. This is a clear provocation, and historical revisionism on his part. Novotný lacks decorum and tact. He played into the hands of propagandists by coming on air completely coked out, and served as a poster boy for Western degeneracy. If you like and admire this disgusting pig, you basically lack morals.

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