How my Facebook Profile was Deleted on Christmas Day

So, on December 26, my Facebook was mercilessly vapourized out of existence without me being notified as to why. All my friends, all my ex girlfriends, my photos from holidays, my creations, and other stuff gone…

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I suspect I got caught up in a rage sweep. Literally an hour after I wrote a comment underneath a post made by a Czech right-wing anti-immigration politician about the organisation Médecins Sans Frontières, which is engaged in trafficking migrants into Europe. My comments said that people should not send organisations like this money because those 3$ they send don’t even buy a morning coffee in the office. And I think I added that they will be fine because they have billionaire backers.

Later I discovered that I am on a list. I have been listed among the people, who troll an internet initiative #Jsmetu (“We are here”), which calls for the monitoring of social media discussions. Naturally, people started mocking it as a totalitarian, anti free speech initiative. They began a group #JsmeTu Original 1984, of which I was a member.

This individual called Jan Cemper is the author of that list.

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Jan is a homosexual (in a good way, nothing against that), and he has a speech impediment because his mouth is malformed. I can’t say because I don’t watch Czech TV enough. His Wikipedia is really rich, it says he engages in “Refugees Welcome” protests, was in the Antifa. He is also an environmental activist. He also runs a hoax debunking website Manipulátoři.cz, (“Manipulators”) where he does not shy away from creating lists of people, who do not share his political vision.

The post includes my conversation I had on the page he investigated:

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By sheer coincidence, I also discuss the issue of financing of NGOs like Médecins Sans Frontières, whom I call [People] Smugglers Sans Frontières, and say that I would not even send them Monopoly money.

The Russophobia of Officially Commemorating the Warsaw Pact Invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968

Recently, the Russian foreign ministry issued a note in response to the Czech parliament making the Warsaw Pact invasion of  21 August 1968 a “notable date.” Here is why this decision of the Czech parliamentarians is an anti-Russian act, which will not help build good relations between the two countries…  

It has to be noted, that for the post-Communist Czech public, the invasion of 1968 was not an invasion by the Warsaw Pact, the Soviet Union, in defence of the harsh Communist system. To them, it was the Russians trying to subdue Czech democracy. Don’t trust me? This is what the Czech prime minister had to say about it:

It is absolutely unacceptable that Russia is trying to comment on our decision. Everybody is clear on what happened in August 1968. It was an invasion of the Russian army, with deaths of innocent civilians, and the Czech people still have trauma because of it. The Russians have stolen 21 years of liberty from the Czech people.

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Note this, there isn’t any mention of the Warsaw Pact countries that participated in the invasion, no mention of the Soviet Union, which was much more than contemporary Russia, no mention of the Czech Communists, who invited the Warsaw Pact to intervene. There isn’t any space for discussion of nuances when historical events such as this one are politicised.

The verdict is clear, the Russians are guilty! 30 years after the Russians dismantled Communism and the USSR (and yes, it was the Russians who first voted for sovereignty, none of the freeloader republics had the balls), the Czechs create a national day of Russia bashing. And how dare the Russians complain about this?

The Czechs really have a historical trauma that to a large degree they have caused themselves. In 1946 they have voted the Communists in. During the interbellum, Czechoslovakia had the second largest Communist party in the World.  After the Communists assumed a monopoly on power in 1948, by the hands of Czech factory workers, there appeared several resistance groups, all of them were ratted out, by Czechs. Only the brothers Mašín were able to break out of this cesspit called Communist Czechoslovakia. The Czech Communists invited the Warsaw Pact intervention, and in the 21 years of unfreedom, the Communist Party had 2 million members. Some of these members are still in Czech politics today.

This Russia blaming simply serves to absolve the Czechs of the complicity in bolshevism…

The Exotibetans

There is group of professional protesters in Prague, actually there are more but they are more or less the same. They go by the names: the Prague Maidan, Kaputin, the Pulse of Europe. The Prague Maidan appeared in the memorable year 2014, and it was actually founded by a Czech, because the Ukrainians (the second largest minority after the Roma) don’t give a hoot. They are a funny lot, and I wanted to share some photos I have collected.

I began calling them “The Exotibetants” because the liberation of Tibet is their cause célèbre.

This is Otakar Van Gemund, a Czech/Dutch exhibicionist. Here he holds a poster in support of Nadezhda Savchenko, who was jailed by Russia. Nadya has since managed to get herself arrested by Ukrainians. I wonder if Van Gemund still supports her.
We will continue fighting for the constitution and human rights, for freedom and democracy! For EU and NATO and for Ukraine.

These people want Maidan in Prague…

This is Marek Hilšer, a former candidate for president… he lost, nobody voted for him.
Fuck me, Lee Kwan Yew made an appearance…

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…

The Russophobia of Installing a Memorial to ROA in Prague

Several months after the mayor of Prague 6 decided to remove the statue of Marshall Konev, who led the liberation of Czechoslovakia from the Nazis, the “village with beer” has another controversy…

The mayor of Řeporyje, Pavel Novotný, announced that he will install a memorial to the soldiers of the Russian Liberation Army (ROA) of general Andrey Vlasov, as a show of gratitude for helping the Prague uprising against German retaliation.

It is based on true events, the Vlasovites indeed helped the rising Czechs but quit prematurely as the Red Army approached and moved towards the West into the zone under American control. The Americans then extradited them back to the Soviets.

Whatever your opinion of the Bolshevik regime, Vlasov was a Nazi collaborationist, who joined hands with Hitler against his own country. Hitler’s plan was not to liberate Russia but to conquer it, and the Bolsheviks were the only true power that represented Russia at the time.

Naturally, such a bold move by the mayor was not taken easily in Russia.

If the Western idiots want to claim that there isn’t a bias against Russia, they are doing a very bad job. Removing Konev in Summer and installing Vlasov in Autumn is almost like fuel for Putler’s sovok TV channels “Look how unfriendly those former Eastern bloc countries are towards us. They have even resorted to whitewashing Nazi collaborationists.”

Mayor Novotný is an exhibitionist, he loves publicity. And he completely lacks tact. It shows that the forces he represents want no good relations with Russia. The carelessness is astounding. And it is all due to Russophobia. What’s next, installing a monument to Bandera because he fought against the USSR for the freedom of Ukraine, to placate the Ukrainian minority?

You know why the latter will never happen? Because the Poles, the Slovaks, the Volhynian Czechs would be triggered, and Novotný actually cares. Shitting on Russia is a fair game. Unfortunately, Russia is toothless…

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The Czech President, Miloš Zeman Acknowledges Russian Sovereignty Over Crimea

The Czech President is a master troll. From Ukrayins’ka Pravda

The President of Czech Republic, Miloš Zeman invited the representatives of a small Crimean Tatar organization, loyal to the Kremlin, which considers Crimea to be part of Russia. to an official audience in the Prague Castle.

This has been reported by Evropeys’ka Pravda with a reference to Deník N.

The representative of the marginal (subjective opinion of the Ukrayinska Pravda, the appeal of this organisation could not be independently verified) organisation “K’yrym birligi”, Tamila Nimetullaeva has attended the official audience in the Presidential Palace dedicated to 101 anniversary of the creation of Czechoslovakia, held on 28 October.

This organisation, as the publication admits, plays an important role for the propagandist media of the Russian Federation. They are declaring their support for Moscow as a counterweight to the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar Peoples. (perhaps it is the Mejlis that is the irrelevant party here)

At the same time, the organisation is not recognized by the EU.

“The EU and its leaders have never met with these pseudo-representatives of the Crimean Tatars, and never had relations with them. For the EU, the legal representatives [of the Crimean Tatars] is the Mejlis and other Crimean organisations that function or are represented in Ukraine.” -said the former speaker of the EU representation David Stulík.

(The Mejlis was arbitrarily appointed the representative of the Crimean Tatar peoples in 2014 following Russian takeover of Crimea. The wishes of Kiev or Brussels may not reflect the reality of things on the ground.)

The organisations immediately exploited its presence at the official audience of the Czech President.

“The President of Czech Republic, Miloš Zeman is s European politician, who recognized Crimea as a part of Russia. The Czech Republic is a friend to our country. K’yrym birligi is glad that our activity has been recognized internationally. We are thankful for this annual invitation to the Birthday of the Czech Republic.” -is being said in a post on the organization’s Facebook page. It is accompanied by photographs, including one featuring Nimetullaeva with the Czech Prime Minister, Andrej Babiš.

The President’s office was not able to explain, even after numerous demands, why this organisation was invited to the festivities.

Presidents press secretary, Jiří Ovčáček did not deny the president considers Crimea to be a part of Russia. “The people hold a variety of views. I have lived through the eighties when we were forced to assume only one view. I don’t want to repeat those times.”

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Tomáš Petříček has come out against the invitation of pro-Kremlin activists. “I personally would not have invited such persons to an event organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.” He said that audiences with the president are not being consulted with the Foreign Ministry.

The publication also found out that the request for audience with the Czech President was facilitated for the pro-Kremlin organisations through Carpatho-Rusyn activists.

We remind the readers that the Czech President, Miloš Zeman, received an audience of 7 people at the Prague Castle, who represent the Carpatho-Rusyns that demand an autonomy within Ukraine.

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It triggered many. Here is Ayder Muzhdabayev. Ayder is a Russian journalist that moved to Ukraine, and now he is more Ukrainian than many Ukrainians.

The President of Czech Republic, a country for whose freedom, Mustafa Jemilev went to a Russian jail, acknowledged “Russian sovereignty over Crimea”. May you die mother fucker. You monster. Although, I have no questions for the old prostitute bought by Putin. The Czechs should be ashamed. You have fucked the Prague Spring and your dignity having elected this piece of shit. May the Russians again occupy you, and may no one support you this time. May Facebook block me again for this post. This is the lowest moral point and I don’t give a fuck.