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EU’s Roma Feel Betrayed by Silence on Czech Killing
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EU’s Roma Feel Betrayed by Silence on Czech Killing
July 9, 2021

Roma community members have called on EU leaders to speak out against the brutal death of Romani man Stanislav Tomáš in the Czech Republic last month, given its parallels with to the killing of George Floyd in the US.

The Visegrad Nations Have Nailed Their Complaints to the EU’s Door
July 6, 2021

The Visegrad nations in the center of Europe are challenging the orthodoxy of the EU elite and throughout history direct challenges to enforced dogmas spark a lot of chaos, change, and empower others to stand against the status quo.

The Visegrad Nations Have Nailed Their Complaints to the EU’s Door
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Lavrov Calls Out Perfidious Albion in EU Diplomat Spat
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Lavrov Calls Out Perfidious Albion in EU Diplomat Spat
April 28, 2021

The British establishment likes to boast that they “punch above their weight” in terms of influence beyond their territorial size. It’s not hard to see how they manage such a feat. It’s called duplicity, intrigue, lies, and dividing and ruling.

VIDEO: Russia’s ‘Reality-Czech’ for European Provocation and Hysterics
April 27, 2021

Perhaps the President of the Czech Republic is simply powerless to control his own foreign policy?

VIDEO: Russia’s ‘Reality-Czech’ for European Provocation and Hysterics
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Russia’s ‘Reality-Czech’ for European Provocation and Hysterics
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Russia’s ‘Reality-Czech’ for European Provocation and Hysterics
April 23, 2021

There is a sense that Russia has reached the end of its patience over provocations and condescending sanctions imposed by the collective West.

Czech-Russian Relations and the ROA: Conflicting Historical Narratives
December 14, 2019

Tony Wesolowsky’s December 8, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) article “The Vlasov Army: Nazi Sympathizers Or WWII Freedom Fighters?”, leads to some additional thoughts.

Czech-Russian Relations and the ROA: Conflicting Historical Narratives
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EU: Another Step Down the Slippery Slope
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EU: Another Step Down the Slippery Slope
June 19, 2017

The EU Commission has launched legal action against Hungary, the Czech Republic and Poland which refused to take in refugees from Italy and Greece. The three EU states have acted «in breach of their legal obligations», the Commission said in a statement, adding that it had previously warned the countries to observe «their commitments to Greece, Italy and other member states.» The three member states «have not yet relocated a single person», the statement says. The EU members under fire remain defiant…

The Bitter Aftertaste of Multiculturalism
March 25, 2016

When Europe starts to divide its territory with barbed wire to stop refugees, it begs the question: what happened to the idea of peoples living together in harmony under the banner of multiculturalism? Cohabitation is not working out and Europe is sending the refugees back…

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