Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Brussels EUSSR Crush The Czechs - EU President FORCED To Apologize For Israel Support

Its eerie how history is repeating itself sometimes.

They caved in to Hitler in Sudetenland and the Nazis then invaded the whole of Czechoslovakia
Then they came for the Jews.
The Czechs were sacrificed, by Chamberlin and appeasement.

From Wiki:

Sudeten German leader Konrad Henlein offered the Sudeten German Party (SdP) as the agent for Hitler's campaign. Henlein met with Hitler in Berlin on March 28, 1938, where he was instructed to raise demands unacceptable to the Czechoslovak government led by president Edvard Beneš. On April 24, the SdP issued the Carlsbad Decrees, demanding autonomy for the Sudetenland and the freedom to profess Nazi ideology. If Henlein's demands were granted, the Sudetenland would then be able to align itself with Nazi Germany.

The september 29, 1938 talks ended with those gathered conceding to all of Hitler's demands. The only concession that was obtained to Hitler's Godesberg ultimatum was that the occupation was to be spread over the first 10 days of October. The "Munich Agreement" had been signed.

Returning back in England, Chamberlain uttered the now familar phrase "Peace in our time".
Peace in our time, the great diplomatic victory - Summed up in two words "Appeasement agreement" - Doesn't work, appeasement that is.

The Czechs were let down, sacrificed, so the appeaseniks could bury their heads in the sand.
Second time the Czechs were let down was in 1968.
Cover of the periodical The World in Pictures, from August 21, 1968. The picture caption reads:

A view of the situation in front of Prague radio, 21 August 1968, at 10:35 a.m. They were still broadcasting from the building

The headline reads "WHY?" in Czech and Russian.
The text ends:

Our resistance to violence will never cease! We want it to be a resistance of the level-headed calm and spiritual maturity which is native to our nations and with which it [sic] has historical experience.
What is it with the Czechs and their thirst for freedom, and their support for the freedom of others?
I don't know, but they had a bad deck of cards in the past, they regained their true freedom at the fall of the evil Empire, the USSR, and now they feel as much as they know, from bitter experience under communist totalitarian tyranny, 'liberated' after they were smashed by the Nazis, sacrificed by the useful idiots, and socalled 'intellectuals', the same ill breed we see today, who swooned for the degenerated Marxist utopist offsprings - Communism, Socialism, Fascism, Nazism, back in the 30's they were just different labels for the same totalitarian collectivist tyranny, it was only after WWII and Stalin's use of 'Fascism' to describe any critic, dissident who dared sway away from the narrow path of political correctness or simply an excuse for someone to be executed in reality there sin't any difference.
We deal with the same fifth columnist filth today, and the same tyrannical ideologies are flourishing.
The Czechs are under fire again, what is it with the admirable Czechs and their love for freedom?
Vaclav Havel is one of the most memorable and heroic advocates of freedom, he was a fierce opponent of Communism, still is, he sees it coming back too.

"Without free, self-respecting, and autonomous citizens there can be no free and independent nations. Without internal peace, that is, peace among citizens and between the citizens and the state, there can be no guarantee of external peace." Vaclav Havel

The EUSSR is crushing our Nations and freedoms, a coup d'etat in slow motion.

Lately Vaclav Klaus, beloved by his people, the freedom loving Czechs have drawn fierce attacks from the supranationalist EUSSR:

Tensions recently erupted between Mr Klaus and Brussels when a private meeting with senior MEPs descended into a slanging match after they presented him with an EU flag and said that they were not interested in his Eurosceptic views.

Mr Klaus responded: “No one has spoken to me in this style and tone in my six years here. I thought these methods ended for us 18 years ago. I see I was wrong.”

The Czechs are also one of just three EU states not to have passed the controversial Lisbon treaty, which has enraged Mr Sarkozy after his drive to revive the document. Mr Klaus continues to lead Czech opposition to a treaty he likens to Communist centralism.

He is undeniably popular with Czech voters, having been Prime Minister from 1992-97, overseeing the harmonious break-up with Slovakia, and president since 2003. An economist who spent much of his working life at the Czechoslovak State Bank during the Iron Curtain years, he became active in politics as a champion of free market economics after 1989 and is said to keep a photo of Lady Thatcher, who he greatly admires, on his desk.

“The fact that Klaus holds these views makes it difficult to run the presidency,” said Robin Shepherd, senior fellow for Europe at the Chatham House think-tank.

What exactly do the EUSSR expect to be the correct views? The mere suggection to control thoughts, views and opinions of freedom, independence, free markets is that of a totalitarian tyranny, unelected at that.

"Vaclav Klaus believes that climate change is dangerous myth, has compared the European Union to a Communist state and refuses to fly its blue and gold flag over Prague Castle."

Vaclav Klaus talk sense.

Now another reflection on the reality has got the EUSSR to act yet again like a supranationalist totalitarian tyranny - This is heresy to the EUSSR:

"At the moment, from the perspective of the last days, we understand this step as a defensive, not offensive, action," Czech EU presidency spokesman Jiri Potuznik said.

Czech Foreign Minister Karel Schwarzenberg is leading an EU delegation to the region on Sunday, and Potuznik said the presidency will wait to see the results of that visit.
'Luxury of telling the truth'
The Czech Republic already defended Israel's strikes against Hamas last week. At the time, Foreign Minister Schwarzenberg said Israel had the right to defend itself. "Let us realize one thing: Hamas increased steeply the number of rockets fired at Israel since the ceasefire ended on Dec. 19. That is not acceptable any more," Schwarzenberg told daily Mlada Fronta Dnes in an interview.
Supporting Israel and the Jews rightful existence, Israel's right to defend her citizens against terrorism and rocket bombardments, hitting schools, kindergartens, shopping centers, homes killing people is against the EUSSR's policy - The EUSSR supports hamas, anyone not in line with the EUSSR's policy will be crushed, and here is the ideological objective behind it's policy of support, the Jews are clearly expendable to their grander social engineering scheme, we have seen that before:

The Hamas founding covenant explicitly calls for the extermination of all Jews. Hitler never made total extermination an official plank of the the Nazi party platform.
Hitler made efforts to conceal the purpose of the death camps and distanced himself from them, avoided written as opposed to oral orders for the Final Solution. Not because he felt any shame about them, but because he felt knowledge of the death camps might be counter-productive to the Nazis political goals. Hamas makes no effort to conceal the fact that it wants to kill Jewish civilians, not just combatants, but women and children–all Jews (it’s in the charter, remember)—because Hamas feels this will make them more popular.
Supporting Israel's right to defend herself, and the survival of the Jewish people, big mistake:

Foreign Minister Karel Schwarzenberg said on Sunday that a spokesman for the EU presidency, currently held by Prague, had blundered in describing Israel's ground assault in Gaza as "defensive." "It was his personal mistake," he told Czech TV, adding it was a "serious one." On Saturday Jiøí Potužník, Prime Minister Mirek Topolánek's EU presidency spokesman, initially described the Israeli operation as "more defensive than offensive." and told AFP this was the position of the Czech prime minister for the European presidency. The Czech Foreign Ministry later changed tack, while Mr Potužník himself said his words had been misunderstood. The statement on Saturday was denounced by an aide close to the Palestinian National Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, as well by the radical movement Hamas.
Here we go again, we are writing 1939 now, I wonder what kind of oppressive methods they used, what kind of blackmail did they do, these people are evil, pure evil - Time to break lose
from the EUSSR, and take our countries back as well as our freedoms and right to exist.

The Czechs are among those leading the way, lets all stand up with Israel and the Czechs, both countries has shown exceptional courage through history, we should all learn and follow their example, and never let them down again.

"Even a purely moral act that has no hope of any immediate and visible political effect can gradually and indirectly, over time, gain in political significance." Vaclav Havel.

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