The Konev Statue at Least Looked Like Ivan Konev

Contemporary Czech art is a parody and a tragedy in one…

The same people, who removed the statue of the Soviet commander, Ivan Konev built a statue of Marie Therese, an eighteenth century Habsburg empress that is known for abolishing serfdom. The Prague elite always had a strange fondness for monarchy and feudalism. Several political projects that arose from Prague had members of noble families as figureheads. It is, I guess, a romantic escape into simpler times before modernity for them.

However, aesthetically, the Commies that raised the statue of Ivan Konev had more sense for realism, and whatever the contemporary shit is…

THE EMPRESS SWALLOWED MORE THAN $100,000 OF THE MUNICIPAL BUDGET

Somebody is playing a cruel joke on the people of Prague, bombing the city with shitty art. Remember the monument to Vlasovite soldiers in Řeporyje Prague. The bloody fuck?

Figurines pissing on Czechia, another madness in Prague…

The Municipal Council of Sitka, Alaska Adopted a Resolution Calling for the Removal of the Statue of Alexander Baranov

This removal of statues commemorating history does not bode well for the future of America. Remember when Maidanus Ukrophithecus began toppling the statues of Lenin, one of the fathers of the Ukrainian state? Ukraine began to crumble. After all, European colonialism is what formed the countries of the Americas.

In 2019, Russian Ambassador Anatoly Antonov visited Sitka to meet Roger Hames, whose family gave the Baranov statue to the city. ©Russian Foreign Ministry

The city council in Sitka, Alaska has decided to remove a statue of Alexander Baranov, the explorer and first governor of Russian Alaska. The resolution lists a number of serious accusations against the man.

Baranov worked for the Russian American Company, which was the vehicle for the Russian government’s effort to expand into the Americas. For almost three decades he was the de facto governor of Russian colonies on the continent. Sitka – called Novoarkhangelsk by its Russian founders – served as his capital.

On Tuesday, Sitka’s city council decided it no longer wanted a statue of Baranov to greet visitors to the city. The bronze sitting effigy was given to the city in 1989 to commemorate the man’s impact on its history and the rapid commercial development it experienced under his governance. The council took a different view of Baranov’s role, however.

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