Demolition of a monument to Konev and the flag of Tibet: how the mayor of Prague quarreled with Russia and China


The dismantling of the monument to Marshal Ivan Konev and the renaming of the square in Prague in honor of Boris Nemtsov instantly turned the Czech Republic into a competitor to Poland, Ukraine and the Baltic republics to provoke Russia. It seems that the Prague authorities not only do not understand the consequences of their actions, but also can not answer the question themselves, what made them act this way.


The mayor of the Czech capital, Zdenek Grzyb, recently gave an interview to Respekt. In it, he complains that he is still under police protection - allegedly because of the ugly stories with a monument to Marshal Konev. They even came up with some kind of “Russian diplomat,” who, it seems, was not a diplomat, but a scout, but he specially arrived in Prague with the aim of poisoning the municipal employees who made the decision to dismantle the monument. This version is also outlined by Respekt.

There is no evidence of such information, but the Czech media is actively circulating it, and the Czech Foreign Ministry has announced two employees of the Russian embassy as persons non grata. Thus, the Czech Republic was actively involved in the information war against Russia, waged by the West.

By further actions of the Czech side, it became clear that the dismantling of the monument to the Soviet Marshal was made specifically for provocative purposes. For this, it took the authorities of the capital to rename one of the Prague squares into the Boris Nemtsov Square. The late Russian politician had nothing to do with the Czech Republic and the Czech people, but the citizens of Prague addressed the city hall with a petition to perpetuate the memory of the Russian opposition. So what square was named after Nemtsov - adjacent to the embassy of the Russian Federation in Prague!


And what is the toilet that appeared on the pedestal of the demolished monument to Konev? Is this not a direct insult to the feelings of millions of Russians, and even the Czechs themselves (among whom not all, fortunately, are in solidarity with the actions of the leadership of Prague)?

Explaining the unwillingness of the Prague authorities to listen to the opinion of Russia, Zdenek Grzyb said that we are talking about a country that has occupied the Czech Republic for decades. Obviously, the mayor forgot who actually occupied the Czech Republic, and not for decades, but for centuries. It is strange to hear reproaches against Russia from a representative of a country that for several centuries was part of the Habsburg empire, where the place of Czechs in the social hierarchy was much lower than that of Germans and Hungarians. Recall that the independent existence of the Czech Republic (Czechoslovakia) began in modern history only in 1918, after the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Empire following the First World War.

In 1938, just twenty years later, the Czech Republic again ceased its independent existence, as it was captured by Nazi Germany. A new era of its political independence began precisely thanks to the very Marshal Ivan Konev, whose monument was dismantled in Prague. And thanks to the USSR. But today, instead of claiming Austria for centuries of oppression of the Czech people or Germany for its atrocities during the Second World War, the Czech Republic is looking for an enemy in the face of the liberating country, thanks to which it regained its independence.

By the way, if we recall the past, then how are things going with the behavior of white whales in Russia? Where did the significant part of the gold reserve of the Russian Empire go, the theft of which the officers of the Czechoslovak Corps had their hand in? Why not Prague answer these uncomfortable questions? But the fact that Czechoslovakia stole the wealth of the Russian state is written by modern Czech historians themselves!


Prague Mayor Zdenek Grzyb

Interestingly, in addition to Russia, the Czech Republic has recently managed to quarrel with China. In this case, the cause of the contradictions was, firstly, the agreement with Taipei, the capital of Taiwan, and the PRC, as you know, has a very negative attitude to any attempts to recognize Taiwan as a politically sovereign state, and secondly, the raising of the Tibetan flag at the New Town Hall and a ceremonial reception in honor of the chairman of the Tibetan government in exile. Naturally, such actions were regarded by Beijing as support by Prague of forces opposing the territorial integrity of the Chinese state.

The dismantling of the Konev monument in Prague is well within the general line of the US declaration of revision of the results of World War II. It is very beneficial for the Americans to portray the role of flawless heroes-winners of exclusively Western allies, gradually leveling the role of the USSR and the Red Army in the liberation of Eastern Europe. The United States was the first to implement such a position in the Baltic republics and Poland, then Ukraine, and now the Czech Republic has come.

Interestingly, Czech President Milos Zeman called the dismantling of the monument "stupid, committed by insignificant politicians." But the Prague authorities did not heed the words of the head of state: the same mayor Grzyb considered one of the main advantages of the Czech Republic the independence of the municipal authorities from the state in making important decisions.
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  1. Mavrikiy 7 June 2020 05: 05 New
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    It seems that the authorities in Prague not only do not understand the consequences of their actions, what made them act this way.
    Everyone understands. And who does not understand, then let him turn on his head. fool The USA is building an iron curtain from sea to sea. Baltic States, Poland, Ruin, Czech Republic. Who is next? Do not give our resources to Europe.
    Interestingly, in addition to Russia, the Czech Republic has recently managed to quarrel with China.
    Not interesting, but natural. fool The USA limits the presence of China in the European market.
    1. Deck 7 June 2020 07: 14 New
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      [quote] [It is very beneficial for the Americans to portray the impeccable heroes-winners of exclusively Western allies, gradually leveling the role of the USSR and the Red Army in the liberation of Eastern Europe. The United States was the first to take such a position in the Baltic republics and Poland, then Ukraine, and now the Czechs have come / quote]

      But tell me, are there any monuments to American generals in Europe? Something I want to carry in response. If not, why do you think? Thank.
      1. Mavrikiy 7 June 2020 08: 31 New
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        Quote: Deck
        But tell me, are there any monuments to American generals in Europe? Something I want to carry in response. If not, why do you think? Thank.

        Everything is not simple, but very simple. No liberation, no monuments. Here we take the "liberated" France. A large country, a mass of cities and towns, in the sense there are places to put monuments. And there are enough monuments .... PMV repeat . There is practically no WWII at all (5 military graves, including in Normandy). France lived beautifully under occupation. And what to celebrate, no occupation, no liberation. Unlike Poland and Czechoslovakia. You are welcome. hi
        1. Deck 7 June 2020 09: 29 New
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          Czechoslovakia, judging by the forum, was practically an ally of Hitler. What did we free her from? It’s more correct to say: they defeated and occupied.
          1. Mavrikiy 7 June 2020 11: 30 New
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            Quote: Deck
            Czechoslovakia, judging by the forum, was practically an ally of Hitler.

            Well, judging by the forum repeat So on it, us and Bulgaria are the worst enemy fool
            Czechoslovakia was not an ally fool Hitler, for the West surrendered it, and Hitler was smart and sawed it. As a result, the Czech Republic became part of Germany, and Slovakia, from WIKI:
            Following the collapse of Czechoslovakia after the Munich Agreement of 1938, Slovakia became a separate republic controlled by Nazi Germany.
            So, there was an agreement, the roof leaked from Czechoslovakia and it fell apart, and we have nothing to do with it. request Question, is the Czech Republic an ally or occupied territory? Hint: They have lost statehood.
            Yes, the Czechs gloriously poured water on Hitler's mill, through this they felt good in the system. The cattle in the yoke also regularly performs work, and sometimes even gets wheat.
            1. Deck 7 June 2020 12: 05 New
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              Understood nothing. So did we liberate the Czech Republic or not? If
              Yes, the Czechs gloriously poured water on Hitler's mill, through this they felt good in the system.
              then what for to release them if they were good? Or was nobody interested in their opinion?
              1. Mavrikiy 7 June 2020 12: 13 New
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                Quote: Deck
                then what for to release them if they were good? Or was nobody interested in their opinion?
                Based on the fact of the occupation, they freed.
                It happens. They were occupied, they lost their rights, additional obligations appeared. But the losses were not critical, not like the Poles.
            2. pytar 7 June 2020 14: 43 New
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              Well, judging by the forum, so on it, we and Bulgaria are the worst enemy fool Czechoslovakia was not an ally of Hitler, for the West surrendered it, and Hitler was smart and sawed it.

              Respected Mavrikiy hi You are right! Unfortunately, there is such a trend in the forum ... Whoever writes this, they themselves are not aware of the contradictions in their "judgments"!
              As regards the Konev monument, in the Czech Republic municipal authorities have many rights and significant independence under the law. If the monument is not in the national or international registers, it is considered a monument of local importance. Accordingly, it falls under the jurisdiction of local authorities! Central authority does not have authority! There are international treaties on the protection of foreign monuments / burial sites, but the Konev monument does not fall into their number. This is a purely Czech monument, according to its status, local authorities decide.
              To illustrate, I will give such an example - if I raise it at home / I have the right by law / Churchill's monument, it does not become British! The Stalin monument erected to me does not become Russian!
              It should be noted that the majority of Czechs, despite the upheavals of history, were always Russophile-minded ... until 1968. The suppression of the “Prague Spring” radically changed the attitude towards the USSR, not only in Czechoslovakia. There is no point in arguing who is right, many Czechs consider this a period of occupation, and accordingly the attitude towards symbolism is different from that time. hi
              1. Mavrikiy 7 June 2020 15: 13 New
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                Quote: pytar
                The suppression of the Prague Spring has fundamentally changed the attitude towards the USSR, not only in Czechoslovakia.
                repeat By the way. Today, old Czechs are ashamed of the "Prague Spring". I have not seen, but read. request
                Quote: pytar
                unfortunately there is such a trend in the forum ..

                These are victims of the exam. They were taught the buttons to press, and in their head what Navalny and Svanidze said at school fool So they live by experts, alas. Sorry for them, Turkophiles. fool
                The head works for them like this: Bulgaria in WWI and WWII fought against us and that’s it! And we shed blood for 300 years for them! fool
                The fact that in Bulgarian WWII and WWII not a single Bulgarian did not kill a single Russian, and vice versa, it passes by the mind, no one talks about it.
                Here in Russia, the oligarchs clearly divide, and the people don’t mix.
                In Bulgaria there was a pro-German elite all my life, she led the country. But our media does not give pictures: The state of Bulgaria is one thing, and the people are different. hi
                1. pytar 7 June 2020 15: 37 New
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                  I can subscribe to your every word! Respect to you! hi
                  Unfortunately the dulling of the masses is in the interests of the ruling class. It is clear that people who are illiterate are easier to rule. If people know a lot, start asking questions!
                2. EwgenyZ 8 June 2020 09: 37 New
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                  Quote: Mavrikiy
                  The fact that in Bulgarian WWII and WWII not a single Bulgarian did not kill a single Russian, and vice versa, it passes by the mind

                  Just do not "not a single Bulgarian did not kill a single Russian." Killed: “During the First World War, in 1916-1917, Russian and Bulgarian units repeatedly had military clashes on the Romanian and Thessaloniki fronts, sometimes very fierce. For example, near the city of Monastir in Macedonia in November 1916, the 2nd Special the Russian brigade lost about a third of its personnel in battles with the Bulgarian troops "(https://russian7.ru/post/kak-bolgariya-voevala-protiv-sssr/)
                  And about how Bulgaria "did not fight with the Russians" in WWII, you can use the link provided.
                  So
                  Quote: Mavrikiy
                  These are victims of the exam. They were taught the buttons to press, and in their head what Navalny and Svanidze said at school fool So they live by experts,

                  and about you too.
          2. Grits 9 June 2020 04: 50 New
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            Quote: Deck
            Czechoslovakia, judging by the forum, was practically an ally of Hitler. What did we free her from? It’s more correct to say: they defeated and occupied.

            There is a litmus test - medals for our soldiers for the "liberation" or for the "capture" of a city. Vienna, Königsberg, Budapest, Berlin - taking. Belgrade, Prague, Warsaw - liberation. Those who were "taken" are supporters, allies and accomplices of the Nazis.
        2. Dr. Frankenstucker 7 June 2020 22: 18 New
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          Quote: Mavrikiy
          No liberation, no monuments.


          somehow happened to get to Eindhoven exactly on the Day of Liberation. In the suburbs, official bourgeois arranged family receptions in front of houses with tricolors, in the center, funny guys in the shape of a "ji-ai" drove around in jeeps and dodges, in the evening a gala concert with British, French and American military bands. Walking, fireworks ... The year was not an anniversary. So do not celebrate when "there is no liberation."
      2. Pravodel 7 June 2020 09: 29 New
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        Amer, we don’t fight by ourselves ... But the Baltic states, Poles and Czechs different there are not sorry, even if everyone disappears by strikes in the event of war, but the Anglo-Saxons remain and command the remnants of the world, if these remnants remain, they hope that will stay ...
      3. Nyrobsky 7 June 2020 10: 50 New
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        Quote: Deck
        But tell me, are there any monuments to American generals in Europe? Something I want to carry in response. If not, why do you think? Thank.

        Because mattresses entered the war only when the defeat of Germany became apparent, and therefore stupidly clung to victory. The only thing they freed there was thousands of Nazi criminals from trial and retaliation, giving them refuge on their territory.
        1. Kronos 7 June 2020 14: 12 New
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          This is not entirely true. They liberated Italy from the Nazis, Africa from Rommel.
          1. Mavrikiy 7 June 2020 15: 19 New
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            Quote: Kronos
            This is not entirely true. They freed italy from the Nazis, Africa from Rommel
            fool Not at all like that. Italy homeland fascism. She asked to be bombed? Africa here is generally difficult. Rommel could claim that he freed her from the Naglov and would also be right. repeat
    2. Gardamir 7 June 2020 07: 21 New
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      US builds an iron curtain from sea to sea
      And what? The West also built an iron curtain around the USSR, but the Democrats who came to power during the years of perestroika blamed the komunyak for everything. Democrats were not even able to realize the "independence of independence" they proclaimed. How can I respond to the actions of the Czech Republic. Is that an article on VO.
      1. Xnumx vis 7 June 2020 09: 59 New
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        Quote: Gardamir
        but the Democrats who came to power during the years of perestroika blamed the commies for everything. am

        And now the list of "democrats" of the leaders of the Central Committee of the CPSU and the Central Committee of the Communist Party ... And then, how much your statement smacks of such a linden ... Who were Yeltsin and comrades? fellow Not otherwise the White Guards! laughing
        1. Gardamir 7 June 2020 10: 09 New
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          Why do you need a list, one is enough. Putin left the Communist Party and the KGB on time. It is he who, worse than the mayor of Prague, hangs the Mausoleum, captures Victory Day with his regiment.
          1. Xnumx vis 7 June 2020 11: 18 New
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            Quote: Gardamir
            Why do you need a list, one is enough. Putin left the Communist Party and the KGB on time. It is he who, worse than the mayor of Prague, hangs the Mausoleum, captures Victory Day with his regiment.


            Putin was an ordinary officer of the KGB of the USSR, an ordinary member of the CPSU of the USSR! My father would be the same as a naval officer, I was also an ordinary member of the CPSU of the USSR ... So, you don’t distort my dear friend ... They beat shulers .. Strong and cruel!
            1. Gardamir 7 June 2020 12: 57 New
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              Speaking of cheaters. Have you looked in the mirror?
              1. Xnumx vis 7 June 2020 19: 39 New
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                Quote: Gardamir
                Speaking of cheaters. Have you looked in the mirror?

                About people with your quirky behavior there is a good Russian proverb ... You tell him ... bad water in his eyes, but he is God's dew .....
    3. Olgovich 7 June 2020 08: 07 New
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      Quote: Mavrikiy
      Everyone understands. And who does not understand, then let him turn on his head. US builds an iron curtain from sea to sea

      And without the US, Russophobes are enough in Europe.

      And the Czechs are not talking about shamelessness and unconsciousness: we look at mayor of Prague from the article.

      But what he also said mayor and the same Prague Peter Zenkl exactly 75 years ago after our liberation:
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      "Our town was saved from death and destruction and torn from the clutches of the Nazis primarily by the heroic Red Army.

      Dear brothers!

      Unparalleled heroism and the incomparable sacrifice of Soviet soldiers in this terrible world war went down in history. But not only in history - they also entered the hearts of all the inhabitants of Prague and the entire Czechoslovak people. ”


      The hypocritical, mindless bastards ...
      1. Mavrikiy 7 June 2020 08: 36 New
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        Quote: Olgovich
        And without the US, Russophobes are enough in Europe.

        Enough, but without organizing and financial support the United States can not do. request Even the EU is under their control and cap.
      2. Kronos 7 June 2020 14: 13 New
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        The mayor was different
      3. Dr. Frankenstucker 7 June 2020 15: 45 New
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        And when the Germans entered Prague in the 39th, their mayor did not push the rech in honor of the Wehrmacht?
        1. Olgovich 7 June 2020 15: 50 New
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          Quote: Dr. Frankenstucker
          And when the Germans entered Prague in the 39th, their mayor did not push the rech in honor of the Wehrmacht?


          I know that when Heydrich was killed, THOUSANDS of Prague stood and publicly cried for him in the very square of Prague, where then .... there was a monument to Konev.
          1. Dr. Frankenstucker 7 June 2020 16: 09 New
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            Here I am about the same.
            Czechs are historical incorrigible vassals. The borders of the 'independent' Czechoslovakia, emnip, Masaryk painted in Washington, spread out before emigration. The collapse of the Versailles' misunderstanding, hastily cobbled together from the remains of Austria-Hungary, was a matter of time.
            Gakha fainted in Goering's office when he ultimatumously declared either PragueNash or the bomb.
    4. nickname7 8 June 2020 18: 45 New
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      And why is the author only discussing the mayor of Prague? After all, the Yeltsin Center holds seminars and meetings to which speakers from the Baltic countries and Poland are invited to discuss the wines of the USSR in starting a war, the inefficiency of the Soviet economy, de-Stalinization, the horrors of the Gulag, etc. All this is paid from the budget. The Yeltsin Center fully supports the mayor of Prague.
      Rosvlast is going to introduce Solzhenitsyn to the school curriculum.
      Why is the mayor of Prague wrong when he follows the policy of the Russian government?
      And the guarantor gave flowers and congratulated Solzhenitsyn and Alekseev from the "Helsinki group." Apparently the guarantor has already prepared a bouquet for the mayor of Prague.
  2. Flawless 7 June 2020 05: 05 New
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    The installation of a toilet in Prague, in the center of the square, on a pedestal speaks of a leash that the Czechs have publicly scolded themselves and poor Zemon can’t do anything about it, even he lacks power. Sorry.
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      Quote: Flawless
      The installation of a toilet in Prague, in the center of the square, on a pedestal says that the Czechs have publicly scolded themselves and poor Zemon cannot do anything about it, even he lacks the power to wipe himself.

      This once again confirms that the Czech president is a wedding general. He does not even manage his officials. Where can he compete with the Americans and Europeans and shout about sovereignty ... the same Outskirts ...
  3. Egoza 7 June 2020 05: 32 New
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    "Independence of municipal authorities" We know this "independence"! If this mayor of US support didn’t feel behind him, he wouldn’t be so “brave"
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      "Independence of municipal authorities" We know this "independence"! If this mayor of US support didn’t feel behind him, he wouldn’t be so “brave"
      Do not be shy, tell me directly, the mayor described. First, due to directions from the star-striped. And after that, after their execution, already looking in our direction laughing Yes, a bad case. Well, words and deeds need to be dealt with (history moves in a spiral). We’ll somehow live without an epopus, but this priest without us?
      1. Mavrikiy 7 June 2020 08: 43 New
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        Quote: stalki
        We’ll somehow live without an epopus,

        The earth is too small and everything will be bad, do we need it? No. So, you need to bend your line. Nord Stream-2, NSR, Silk Road in the Russian Federation, etc. ... More joint projects with Germany, Europe.
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          Of course, I don’t call for it. Below I already left a comment in this vein. good
        2. nickname7 8 June 2020 18: 56 New
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          . So you need to bend your line

          So what bends, has not grown, there is nothing to bend. There was an oligarch, rich in everything, he had power, Derepaska, but the states easily took his company from him ... But we can’t do this, we can only wipe ourselves and put up with it.
          Woe to the vanquished.
      2. Dr. Frankenstucker 7 June 2020 15: 48 New
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        [quote] We somehow somehow live without an epopus, but this priest without us? [quote]
        And what, Europe has no alternative to our raw materials, or what?
    2. My address 7 June 2020 07: 38 New
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      Dear Helen! love
      My mother told me about white whales. The peasants, specifically the Old Believers, in the Trans-Urals did not treat the Reds badly, did not like whites, and hated white whales. And Chekhov is perfectly characterized by a joke: - We, like the Yugoslavs, would have fought the Germans-invaders in the Second World War, but the Germans did not allow us
      1. Mordvin 3 7 June 2020 08: 18 New
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        Quote: My address
        they hated white whales.

        And there was a reason. On the way, they hung up all the telegraph poles of Russian men. Several people per post. Grapes were called. General Hyde was still there. Even Kolchak finally sent him to hell.
  4. Thrifty 7 June 2020 06: 07 New
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    And why does the Kremlin not raise the issue of returning stolen gold reserves? Where is the tough stance of those in power?
    1. Free wind 7 June 2020 06: 44 New
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      So the Chekhov was invited by Nikolai 2. Maybe he needs to ask questions and his praisers. Yes, and our Chekists were looking for, but found nothing. The Prague archives have been studied very carefully.
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        Quote: Free Wind
        So Chekhov invited Nikolai 2


        the history of the creation of the Czechoslovak Corps is somewhat different, no?
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          Of course, it was not Nikolai who formed the corps, but in Russia he appeared under the tsar. Do you agree?
          1. Dr. Frankenstucker 7 June 2020 18: 52 New
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            Case - yes. But
            So Chekhov invited Nikolai 2

            - not.
            Migrants from AB empire began to appear in Russia (more precisely, in Ukraine) even under Alexander II, it seems. It was the Czech colonists who initiated the creation of the Czech squad. It was later, when the enthusiasm of the Czech migrants dried up, the prisoners began to replenish the squad.
  5. igorra 7 June 2020 06: 07 New
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    The Germans will come - they will restore order. Czechs have a fear of Germans at the genetic level. Not everyone can understand and accept the Russian attitude towards the defeated or liberated.
    1. Andrey NM 7 June 2020 07: 59 New
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      The Germans will come - they will restore order. Czechs have a fear of Germans at the genetic level.

      The day before the occupation of Prague in 1939, the German military attache made the following report: “All our provocations are in vain, because the Czechs simply do not give themselves to provoke. When we send our people to the street to shout“ Heil Hitler ”, the Czechs shout with them. When we make our people shout “Down with the republic!” - the Czechs shout with them, and when we tell our people that they should sing “Horst Wessel” in the streets, the Czechs sing with them. With all our desire, we cannot the Czechs provoke the slightest incident. " ... they gave us all their weapons ... we got wonderful heavy artillery. And aviation is not bad. At first, we even could not believe that not a single gun, not a single machine gun was put out of order. Not a single warehouse with ammunition was blown up, not a single tank was emptied - everything was transferred in perfect order. ... In this case, only one or two officers refused to give us a hand. Everyone else was crawling on their stomachs. Having such opponents is simply disgusting. "
  6. Ravil_Asnafovich 7 June 2020 06: 08 New
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    Let him go around and look around, the toilet is uneven, this toilet is very hard for him, and preferably like Nemtsov.
    1. Dr. Frankenstucker 7 June 2020 15: 20 New
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      he is very firmly remembered


      who remembers something? Specially trained tourists who came to see the Prague St. Lawrence Church?
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        . who remembers something? Specially trained tourists who came to see the Prague St. Lawrence Church?

        If a decision is made, then believe me, they will find a way, not necessarily it will be tourists. But the fact is that the government of the Russian Federation will not go to such shares, just as with the bonds, the power did not participate for the following reasons:
        1 For the authorities to grow, it makes no sense to protect the interests of the feeding territory, they are even ready to sacrifice the interests of the Russian Federation.
        2 Rosvlast dominates Europe, keeps money there, it is quiet and wants to be friends with the West, it will not disturb Europe.
        For these reasons, the Russian Federation has not committed and will not commit any special operations.
        1. Dr. Frankenstucker 8 June 2020 19: 36 New
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          Why the hell are these special operations? Against who? This Czech maggot? Does he pose a threat to our security with his transfer of the monument?
          What, the romance of the cloak and dagger leaped?
  7. Andrei Nikolaevich 7 June 2020 06: 14 New
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    Maybe it finally reaches us that we don’t have ,, brothers ,,? Just don’t say that, “the common people are not to blame,” “The common people,” this power, has chosen.
    1. Gardamir 7 June 2020 07: 24 New
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      The common people, this power, has chosen
      You mean Russia. A power that cannot adequately respond to such actions by Russia's enemies. But on the box they are relentlessly talking about a magnificent foreign policy.
      1. NDR-791 7 June 2020 07: 29 New
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        In the presence of the Yeltsincenter and Mannerheim boards? Which is adequate to the demon?
      2. Andrei Nikolaevich 7 June 2020 08: 15 New
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        Gardamir, I agree with you, in part.
      3. Free wind 7 June 2020 09: 15 New
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        Litter the box, how you are behind life. I've been around for 10 years now. Wood Chipboard. It’s a pity to break the truth anyway, but sometimes I want to. But there will not be many fragments, this is a big plus. smile Happy holiday to you. With the Trinity. wink
    2. Dr. Frankenstucker 7 June 2020 15: 57 New
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      Quote: Andrey Nikolaevich
      Maybe it finally reaches us that we don’t have brothers

      Yes, it’s reached, it’s reached, don’t worry. Enemies all around, Russophobes damned with figs in their pockets. They are angry, they are scoundrels, they are transferring monuments, they mock at our bond. It's time, it's time to give a symmetrical answer and hit the Czech brewers bully
  8. rotmistr60 7 June 2020 06: 20 New
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    When Russophobia is superimposed on the innate durost, then an explosive mixture is obtained that can completely embroil countries. To the deep regret in the Czech Republic, there are enough such “jibs”. As a result: Poles, Balts, Ukrainians are jumping for joy, smiling maliciously in the United States. I am interested in another question - when will we begin to adequately respond to these crazy and finally repulse the mockery of the fallen Soviet wars and the country as a whole?
    1. stalki 7 June 2020 07: 37 New
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      When Russophobia is superimposed on the innate durost, then an explosive mixture is obtained that can completely embroil countries. To the deep regret in the Czech Republic, there are enough such “jibs”. As a result: Poles, Balts, Ukrainians are jumping for joy, smiling maliciously in the United States. I am interested in another question - when will we begin to adequately respond to these crazy and finally repulse the mockery of the fallen Soviet wars and the country as a whole?
      And how adequate do you think? The most appropriate way is to send their diplomats nafig, file a lawsuit against them and include sanctions (if any). But this will not make us any better, given the economic and political situation. Ame_ry is precisely what provokes. Distance Europe from us. Why do something that provokes us? I propose to wait until the story gives a chance to pay the bills. And she always gives such an opportunity wink
      1. Dr. Frankenstucker 7 June 2020 15: 29 New
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        The most appropriate is to send their diplomats nafig, file a lawsuit against them and include sanctions


        and for what, sorry? What the Czechs in their capital are carrying a monument, what? Which is their property? What wording will be in the note of our Foreign Ministry? Again about "rewriting history"?
        1. nickname7 8 June 2020 20: 01 New
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          Dr. Frankenstucker, + 15 UAH
          Do you work on weekends? Does the curator force?
          1. Dr. Frankenstucker 8 June 2020 21: 19 New
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            Would you like to go personal, my dear?
            smear yourself with nightingale droppings - and into the cradle.
    2. nickname7 8 June 2020 19: 35 New
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      I am interested in another question - when will we begin to adequately respond to these crazy and finally repulse the mockery of the fallen Soviet wars and the country as a whole

      First, we ourselves need to decide for de-Stalinization, for the cooling of the Soviet past, is Solzhenitsyn a hero? In China, for example, Solzhenitsyn is banned under criminal penalties, can we also do the same and cancel de-Stalinization and okhali? It is necessary to decide either this or that.
      But I’ll tell you a secret that the Russian Federation is following the first option, and on the idea of ​​the mayor of Prague you need to reward, but are not satisfied, are you against the power?
  9. Mavrikiy 7 June 2020 06: 33 New
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    They even came up with some kind of “Russian diplomat,” who, it seems, was not a diplomat, but a scout, but he specially arrived in Prague with the aim of poisoning the municipal employees who made the decision to dismantle the monument.
    Newbie or new especially for Czechs Firefly? The ruin thinks that the world revolves around them, and these also imagined that they mean something on the map. request The mouse sat all his life under a German boot, now he has been exchanged for Polish (supervision is needed for fool otherwise they will think of themselves in the wrong place request )
  10. Pvi1206 7 June 2020 06: 56 New
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    democratic power is sold and bought ...
  11. Hagen 7 June 2020 07: 03 New
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    I won’t be surprised if someone pokes the head of Prague-6 in the gateway for the sake of an informational occasion.
    1. nickname7 8 June 2020 19: 59 New
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      I won’t be surprised if someone bumps the head of Prague-6

      In, in, the sacred sacrifice is a mandatory point, then the Russian Federation will be blamed.
      It's funny that Roselita wants to be friends and behaves quietly with the West, but this will not save her from accusations of crimes staged by the West. As it happened with the violin staging. And liberals go to the West and help spread fakes and "stoke" officials.
  12. bistrov. 7 June 2020 07: 09 New
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    This mayor should have shaved.
    And personally, I would have razed to the ground all the graves of white whales, which, incidentally, brought a lot of trouble during their rebellion during the years of the Civil War.
  13. arhitroll 7 June 2020 07: 29 New
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    push them with gas, they respect gas stations ...
  14. Poetry 7 June 2020 07: 57 New
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    Everywhere there are obelisks, Time Sentinels.
    There are fallen warriors, with a long list of names.
    There are obelisks, guards of our Victories,
    In memory of the war, which did not see the Light.
    There are obelisks everywhere, no matter where you look.
    In these mass graves are the brothers inside.
    Where they accepted their mortal battle,
    All this for the sake of us to live.
    And as if they were looking with dumb reproach,
    He warned, like, about the misfortune of the imminent.
    We don’t have the right to lose the country,
    Again, a horde has gathered at our borders.
    Well, those who were mean and slimy,
    Now they are fighting with dumb obelisks! ..
    If you can’t defeat us in a fair fight,
    So the memory must be erased, mine and yours.
    That’s why the “warriors” fight with the obelisks,
    Hungarians with Czechs, Bulgarians and other Poles!
    And they still pretend to be offended? ..
    They did not see. Our scorched villages! ..
    The gallows were not seen, for 1000 hanged,
    On hatred of ours, they are all obsessed.
    But no matter how cruelly they scolded us,
    They know: the Savior will come from the East.
    His face is similar to the old Russian warriors,
    Looks like Colorado and quilted jackets.
    The nodes are already tightened. The denouement is somewhere close.
    The Savior's face is that soldier from the obelisk.
    Where there are obelisks, they don’t put crosses,
    We looked into the sight at the enemy, not from the bushes! ..
    For you and me, they laid the ground under cheese.
    I’ll go and bow to the obelisk to the very ground ...
    2019 Kingisepp.
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      The damned robot corrected me. I apologize.
  15. parusnik 7 June 2020 08: 06 New
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    By the way, if we recall the past, then how are things going with the behavior of white whales in Russia?
    .... And to them in Russia, the monuments were set for good behavior in Russia ... "New White Russia" cannot protect the monuments of Soviet soldiers and military leaders abroad. And he looks through his fingers at the erection of monuments to the Krasnovs, Wrangels, Kolchaks, Panvitsam, Mannerheim, Italian fascists ... The Iron Curtain. Do not tell. Let's call a spade a spade. The imperialist states, led by the United States, decided to strangle a new, young with milk teeth, imperialist state with great natural resources, for the sake of TNCs, which plainly not yet divided. And nothing personal, only business.
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      Quote: parusnik
      ......... "New White Russia" can’t protect the monuments of Soviet soldiers and military leaders abroad. And he looks through his fingers at the erection of monuments to the Reds, Wrangels, Kolchak, Panvitsam, Mannerheim, Italian fascists .... ..with.
      But does the new white Russia want to protect the monuments of the USSR? Maybe not ? So, formally, only?
      Slightly pleased that in Bashkiria a bust of Kolchak was demolished, which the businessman installed with his own money. laughing because they can when they want! Good morning, Aleksey! hi
  16. lelik613 7 June 2020 08: 44 New
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    Agreman to hand Czechs in the shape of a toilet.
  17. arnulla 7 June 2020 09: 12 New
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    Our tourists need to stop feeding the Czech economy
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    ... how with impunity it is possible to humiliate some "great powers".
    And why is this done? Soon you will see for yourself.
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    Why is the president in this country?
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      Soon you will see for yourself.
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    It seems that the Prague authorities not only do not understand the consequences of their actions, but also cannot answer the question themselves, what made them act this way.

    The name is the world financial legion (USA and others) ..
    Russia needs to spread rot and constantly from all sides ..
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    There is only one question - where are the economic sanctions against the Czech Republic?
  22. 16112014nk 7 June 2020 13: 45 New
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    In Prague in 1985, opened the station. Moscow metro station. Built by our metro builders. Now she is called "Angel."

    In the same year, Art. metro "Prague". She is now called that.

    The Czechs built - somehow gloomy, in comparison. Maybe it’s also worth renaming? In some "Demon"?
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      The station in Moscow is somehow gloomy. ..I wonder how funded? In Moscow, it seems, by her law than in Prague ...
      1. 16112014nk 8 June 2020 13: 49 New
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        Of course more economical. In Prague, Art. deep underground, and in Moscow it was built in an open way.

        And from the side of the platform, with black ceilings, it looks even darker.
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          It was built with Gorbachev, it turns out .....
  23. Vdi73 7 June 2020 13: 54 New
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    We demolish our monuments ourselves, and then we demand that our heroes be respected behind the cordon, aren't they stupid? What did the monkey say from the constitutional court? Who opened the memorial plaque to Monnerheim? This is the bastard that Leningrad starved from the north. Kiselev with VGTRK offers monuments to put Krasnov, a dog sold to the Nazis, is this normal? Etc. So you have to blame yourself, not Europe.
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      Kiselev with the All-Russian State Television and Radio Company offers to put monuments to Krasnov,

      Occupants and their minions. What do you want?
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    I think Jiri Schmeitz is already looking for ways to insert a wick to the particularly irrepressible Russophobia in Prague.
  25. Dr. Frankenstucker 7 June 2020 14: 39 New
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    The monument was put at the expense of the Czechs and on their own initiative (huh! Is it after the spring of Prague? Well, let's say ...) They want - let them carry it, their monument, their capital - their business. Why this offended universal cry? The mayor, apparently, has municipal elections on the nose, cheap PR-grimaces with monument trolling, poisoning, imaginary threats and other devilry. What to procrastinate?
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    Quote: 30 vis
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    but the Democrats who came to power during the years of perestroika blamed the commies for everything. am

    And now the list of "democrats" of the leaders of the Central Committee of the CPSU and the Central Committee of the Communist Party ... And then, how much your statement smacks of such a linden ... Who were Yeltsin and comrades? fellow Not otherwise the White Guards! laughing

    No, not the White Guards - they were at least outright enemies. These are much worse. They were not just careerists who used their presence in the party for personal, selfish purposes, but in fact traitors to the idea that they had verbally declared. What would they probably be during the Second World War? Yelkin, as some here call him in general their personal conflict with Gorbachev’s wife, and accordingly he himself was transferred to the whole country - how it ended so far has not been resolved! sad
  27. Radikal 7 June 2020 19: 06 New
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    No, not the White Guards - they were at least outright enemies.

    The Bolsheviks called the White Guards Russians. Who fought in the Russian Volunteer Army and did not even realize that they were some kind of "White Guards".
    If for you Russians are enemies, then maybe you need to leave Russia? It is still possible.

    And if I don’t have time, then what? lol
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    Quote: divanson
    Quote: Radikal
    No, not the White Guards - they were at least outright enemies.

    The Bolsheviks called the White Guards Russians. Who fought in the Russian Volunteer Army and did not even realize that they were some kind of "White Guards".
    If for you Russians are enemies, then maybe you need to leave Russia? It is still possible.

    The Russians fought in the army of Vlasov, including what to do with this? winked
    1. iouris 7 June 2020 21: 11 New
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      They fought under the flag of the Russian Federation. But the flag and symbols of the USSR are prohibited in the EU, as well as the Victory Banner. Monument to Konev - a symbol of the USSR. And the symbols of the Russian Federation are prohibited only at the Olympic Games (for now).
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    Forgot from .... the master's hand:

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    Honestly, a pretty shitty monument was bunged by the Czechs. A horse is power, It is brilliance, it is a fire maneuver. He competed with Zhukov for the capture of Berlin. And the Czechs in the monument depicted some summer resident. With a bunch. Powerless nation. Ugh.