One of the reasons I am being so often banned on Facebook, I suspect is that I troll the Czech TV, and openly call their behaviour parasitical.
The Czech TV is a state television that costs me 180,- CZK per month in license fees. Netflix cost 199,- CZK and I only ever turn my TV on to watch something on a wide screen through streaming services.
The Czech TV swallows 7 billion CZK annually, and there are countless instances of wasteful conduct. Here for example:
Obviously, the Czech citizen hasn’t got any control over where the money extorted from him is going. Furthermore, the Czechs are fed this dishonest propaganda that because the Czech TV does not have a private owner, it is somehow more objective than the rest of the media scene, when it has long been “privatized” by people with an agenda.
An angry mob of villagers in the town of Novi Sanzhary protested the arrival of people evacuated from Wuhan, China over the virus outbreak. They were to be quarantined there.
Mob, straight out of the Middle Ages attacked the bus and wanted to burn down the hospital. What the fuck, savages need civilization, now!
And it would probably remain something I would not write about if I did not see the usual suspects on Twitter blaming Putler and the Russians.
“Vata” means “vatnik“ a derogatory term invented by a Russian liberal for a pro-Putin type. In Ukraine however, it came to mean anyone who holds views that do not fall in line with the nationalist position.
Lidewij Tummers is a research assistant at the department of planning and architectural sociology at the Leibniz University Hanover. She visited Belarus in late 2019 for a conference: “Accessibility as an indicator of quality living space” of the Minsk Urbanistic Platform.
He now believes an alliance with Russia is the best bet for Kiev, he told the New York Times in an interview.
“They’re stronger anyway. We have to improve our relations,”he said.“People want peace, a good life, they don’t want to be at war. And you [America] are forcing us to be at war, and not even giving us the money for it,”he added, referring to reports that the International Monetary Fund is holding up an aid package to Ukraine until the government pursues money missing from Kolomoysky’s Privatbank – money Kolomoyasky is accused of embezzling.
“You all won’t take us,”the oligarch said of the EU and NATO.“There’s no use in wasting time on empty talk. Whereas Russia would love to bring us into a new Warsaw Pact.”
The IMF, he said, could easily be replaced by loans from Russia.“We’ll take $100 billion from the Russians. I think they’d love to give it to us today,”Kolomoisky said.“What’s the fastest way to resolve issues and restore the relationship? Only money.”