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  • „Marku, s tebou bych nikdy nepracovala“ - I Reportéři ČT musí poslouchat „deep state“…

    Hus lounskym 1410Hus krkavciAktualizováno 22.7.2022: Xaverův Šlachta, Šinágl – Šlachtův, Šináglův Xaver

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    Deep State = hluboký stát, neboli skutečně vládnoucí mocenské propletence, zločinné struktury vybraných politiků, podnikatelů, úředníků, finančníků, soudců, státních zástupců, policistů, právníků, členů bezpečnostní komunity, včetně novinářů. Party, které nikdo nevolil, ale které mají skutečnou moc v zemi!

    Dnes máme 607. výročí upálení Mistra Jana Husa – nechal se za pravdu upálit. Dnes se pravdy mnozí novináři obávají, pokud nejsou rovnou placeni těmi, kdo si nepřejí, aby ji veřejnost poznala.  

    Jana Škopková: „Marku, s tebou bych nikdy nepracovala“. Debata na síti rozkryla, jak to chodí v redakci Reportérů ČT. Práci Jany Škopkové znám roky. Nemám nejmenšího důvodu o jejím pevném charakteru pochybovat. Zato mám mnoho důvodů a důkazů, jak ve své novinářské práci Reportéři ČT, týdeník RESPEKT, či DeníkN selhávají.

  • Ambassador of the Czech Republic to Morocco Viktor Lorenc, disappeared from the website of the embassy ?!

    Lorenc ViktorI found out on the website of the embassy in Morocco that V. Lorenc is no longer there. Apparently, the package includes 21 names of ambassadors returning to the Czech Republic. In his case, I would say at last, because the shame about his visas is outrageous, isn't it? When you look at the embassy's website, the position of the ambassador is empty in the Czech version.

    Who will be next? That the diplomat Jaroslav Škeřík, whom the media had previously announced? After the disgrace around his posting to Switzerland, he again got a "good" stunt. Will it continue visa fraud? If he was doing something at the Diplomatic Service, he might be willing to do it elsewhere. Or how it was.....

    I also happened to hear from a friend that the brother of the director of the Visa Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, David Nový, works for the BIS (Security Information Service). I would almost call it a conflict of interest. Then it may be clear why no one admitted you to the BIS and visa fraud is not spared. The same people have it everywhere.

  • Další podpora odvolané konzulky dr. Jany Chaloupkové

    Tentokrát z Oazy Tiggert na jihu Maroka. Před dvěma týdny tam byl velký požár – viz video níže.

    Halo z Muzea Tiggert,

    Jsme historické muzeum v oáze blízko města Guelmin na jihu Maroka. Před dvěma týdny nás postihlo velké neštěstí, požár, který zničil 2 500 palem. Nevíme přesně příčinu ohně. Dotkl se i dveří našeho muzea, ale Allah byl při nás a ušetřil nás. Můj bratranec přijel rychle 250 km z Alayunu. Muzeum ukazuje tradice našich nomádských kmenů, je to náš život, naše duše.

  • Former Ambassador of Slovenia to the Czech Republic Mr. Damjan Prelovšek, responds to the response of Prime Minister Andrej Babiš to MP Jana Černochová on her interpellation in the case of Morocco

    Prelovsek Damjan IIUpdated June 4, 2021:Opposition ambassadors change criticism as gambling or irresponsibility

    … Among other things, the ambassador to Slovakia and former police president Tomáš Tuhý will move to the post of ambassador to Slovenia. "We need responsible and experienced ambassadors who have earned the post for their work, not loyalty to Miloš Zeman and his surroundings. will it belong to the people from Miloš Zeman's team? ".According to MP Černochová,Those who dislike will end, on the contrary, those who have been faithfully serving the Castle for a long time will be rewarded. It confirms that the current government is the government of President Miloš Zeman. In addition, the cabinet step pointed out that the diplomatic career rules are meaningless. Czech foreign policy is already unreadable to the Allies because of the president, prime minister and deputy prime minister. This exchange will only deepen this illegibility and may cause irreversible damage to Czech interests. "

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    … Regarding the answer provided to you by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Interior of the Czech Republic, I must say that it is partly untrue. I am a direct participant in some events in Morocco and I can confirm that I have never received internal information from the Deputy Ambassador and Consul of the Czech Embassy in Rabat, but I passed on the data so that she could use it for the quality of the visa agenda. in favor of the defense of the security of the Czech Republic, and thus of the entire Schengen group. As a citizen of a Member State of the European Union, I am interested in the correct implementation of the Schengen visa agenda, as it is linked to the protection of the EU's external border and thus security for all of us, in a spirit of European cooperation and belonging.

    At the same time, I must protest against the wording in your answer, which damages my reputation and honor. All my life I have been cooperating with a number of Czech institutions on cultural projects and even my villa, the work of Jože Plečnik, has always been open to Czech visitors and the Czech Embassy in Ljubljana for organizing activities. I also cannot accept the accusation that I am acting under pressure from the consul, as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic is trying to disseminate manipulated information in order to cover up the mistake of Ambassador Viktor Lorenc. Personally, I would welcome the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic to stop attacking me and to pay more attention to the correct investigation of practices at the embassy in Morocco, not only visas but also security. I am concerned that the Czech side is not interested in saving anything. The police are constantly relocating the matter, now for the fifth time, in a year and a half they have not even interrogated the main actors. …

  • Further support of the recalled consul dr. Jana Chaloupková

    Hello from Tiggert Museum,

    We are in the south of Morocco near the city of Guelmin. Our beauriful palm oasis suffered a huge fire 2 weeks ago and 2 500 palm trees were burned out. Very sad. It is not clear how the fire started. This time it is so hot too. Luckily our historical museum was saved. Allah with us. We show to tourist the history of our nomadic tribes, our clothes, tools and traditions. The fire almost touched the door of our museum. But we were lucky. My cousin came 250 km far away from Alayun, quickly, worried about the museum. Its our life, our roots.

  • J'ai informé l'Ambassadeur du Royaume du Maroc à Prague du scandale à l'Ambassade de la République tchèque à Rabat

    Maroko kralovsky znakChaloupková Jana III

    J'ai soumis la lettre en tchèque personnellement à l'Ambassade à Prague le 30 juin 2021. J'ai envoyé sa version françaisele 5 juillet 2021.

    L'Ambassade a confirmé la réception de la version française le 7/7/2021 :

     

    Cher Monsieur Sinagl,

     

    J'accuse réception de votre lettre à l'ambassadeur.

  • Kdy najdou veřejnoprávní média konečně odvahu informovat o diplomatickém skandálu v Maroku?!

    … Zprostředkovával to nějaký Španěl a zaplatili mu 6000 euro. Ten Španěl byl podvodník. Určitě je s někým na ambasádě spojen. Jinak to nejde. Mnoho nedobrého kolem české ambasády v Rabatu. Mysleli jsme, že státy EU nepodvádějí a nejsou korupční.

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    Dobrý den,

    Přeposílám email od kamarádky z Maroka. Požádala mne o překlad. Upozornil jsem ji na Vaše články o konzulátu, také nemá dobrou zkušenost.

  • MAROC - LE COMMERCE AVEC LES MARCHANDISES OU LES PERSONNES?

    Bahdou Ahmed 2Une série d'articles et de commentaires sur ce qui se passe à l'Ambassade tchèque au Maroc soulève un certain nombre de questions auxquelles il faut réfléchir. Surtout où va l'argent des Hladik Jancontribuables et comment fonctionne (ne fonctionne pas) l'administration de l'État et la protection de notre sécurité, de notre nation, de notre culture, de notre État et de toute l'UE.

    Je n'ai passé que peu de temps au Maroc, mais c'était suffisant pour créer une certaine image. Bien que je sois venu à cause de la culture, je suis technicien et homme d'affaires de profession, donc j'étais également intéressé par les opportunités de commerce. Il y a beaucoup de main-d'œuvre bon marché au Maroc, qui peut être mise à profit en combinaison avec notre qualité. Cependant, j'ai été frappé par l'approche de l'ambassadeur Lorenc, qui était plus souriant à nos activités - petites et moyennes entreprises. Un type particulier de «soutien» que le Ministère des Affaires étrangères tchèque nous promet tant à nous entrepreneurs.

    Quand je pense aux articles sur les sites Web et à ce qui se passe à l'Ambassade de République tchèque au Maroc, je pense que tout doit avoir un contexte plus large. Il est clair qu'il y a un chaos dans cette ambassade. Le Ministère des Affaires étrangères  pour une raison quelconque, le couvre. Il n'y a pas que deux personnes qui s'activisent dans les visas. Quelqu'un doit gagner quelque chose des deux côtés - tchèque et marocaine et peut-être même française, puisque ces gens étaient censés rester en France. En général, sous la responsabilité du Ministère des Affaires étrangères, une grosse monnaie noire est probablement en rotation. Voyez les articles du journal E15 La mafia traite des visas... Ukraine, Vietnam, Russie, Iran... Est-il possible de le faire sans engagement des gens des ambassades? À l'insu du ministère des Affaires étrangères? C'est une pratique appelée l' usine de visas.

  • Martin Stropnický: Another international disgrace for Czech diplomacy

    Stropnicky HornakovaLorenc ViktorAfter the appointment of the characterless former Secretary of State Miroslav Stasek as the new Czech Ambassador to the USA, the moral failure of the Czech Ambassador to Israel Martin Stropnický is another disgrace.

    Even diplomats are only human, but after such a fatal moral failure, they should resign immediately or be immediately dismissed by the Foreign Minister (they even drive drunk - Jana Hybášková became the Foreign Minister's Commissioner for Supporting Czechs to EU Institutions!).

    They have no moral order, no self-reflection, they put their own person above the interests of the country. How many such diplomats and politicians "represent" our country, which the informed consider to be just a provincial Czech Kocourkov. We are a laughing stock to the whole world. It is also a disgrace for citizens who privately criticise, scold - and fail to act.  The games around the appointment of the new Czech ambassador to Ukraine are just another example of the qualities of the Czech Foreign Ministry, which is more like a family business at the expense of the state, where for not a few employees, service to the country is not the first priority.

  • MFA of the Czech Republic: the Communist regime's descendants fully control the MFA of the Czech Republic

    Stasek Miroslav velvyslanec CR v USA 2022Lorenc Viktor

    Updated 13.8.2022: 12 Easiest Countries To Get A Schengen Visa

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    Obedient diplomats rewarded with diplomatic posts for indecent service!

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    Diplomats are the showcase of every country - the Czech one is a disgrace. The citizens are not informed, the media and politicians are obediently silent, although they have been informed by me for years. When will the media taboo, reminiscent of the totalitarian era, end? You can see for yourself below. For starters, I recommend this article and the interview with the former Slovenian Ambassador to the Czech Republic, Damjan Prelovšek. Below I supplement it with the shocking facts of the current events at the MFA of the Czech Republic.

    Letter of former Ambassador of Slovenia to he Czech Republic in the matter of unacceptable situation at Czech Embassy in Morocco - visa business

  • MOROCCO - TRADE WITH GOODS OR PEOPLE, maybe drugs?

    Bahdou Ahmed 2A series of articles and comments on what is happening at the Czech Embassy in Morocco raises a number of questions to think about. Especially where the taxpayers' money goes and how Hladik Janit actually (doesn't) works in the state administration and the protection of our security, our nation, our culture, our state and whole EU.

    I only spent a short time in Morocco, but it was enough to create a certain image. Although I came because of culture, I am a technician and a businessman by profession, so I was also interested in business opportunities. There is a lot of cheap labor in Morocco, which can be put to good use in combination with our quality. However, I was struck by the approach of Ambassador Lorenc, who was more smiling at the activities of us - small and medium-sized enterprises. A special type of "support" that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs promises so much to us entrepreneurs.

    When I think about articles on websites and about what is happening at Czech embassy in Morocco, I think everything must have a broader context. It is clear that there is a chaos at this embassy. The State Department, for some reason, is covering it. It's not just two people doing the visa business. Someone must have something from it on both sides - Czech and Moroccan and maybe even French, since those people were supposed to stay in France. In general, under the responsibility of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, big black money is probably being rotated. See the articles in the newspaper E15 Mafia deals with visas.... Ukraine, Vietnam, Russia, Iran.... Is it possible to do it without engagement of the people at embassies? Without the knowledge of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs? It is a practice called a visa factory.

  • Response of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic to my request for information on the matter of criminal affairs in Czech diplomacy!

    Stasek a KongoWhoever dares to raise this topic has a great chance to succeed in the presidential elections!

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    I wrote to the Czech Foreign Minister Jan Lipavský on 15.8.2022. I received a reply from the Director of Communications of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, PhDr. Jan Marian, on 2.9.2022.

    When I personally informed Senate President Miloš Vystrčil about the matter before his departure to Taiwan, he replied, "Zeman is behind this, yet the train is not running."I recently contacted him again about the matter during the unveiling of the Third Resistance Memorials in Lošany. His response, "Then write about it."...

  • The Czech Republic must take significant steps to enforce its foreign bribery laws, but demonstrates commitment to improve

    22/06/2017 – The Czech Republic must strengthen its efforts to detect, investigate and prosecute foreign bribery.  Seventeen years after ratifying the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention, the Czech Republic has yet to prosecute a case involving the bribery of foreign public officials. This is a cause for concern, especially considering the export-oriented nature of the Czech economy, which includes high-risk sectors for bribery including machinery and defence materials. A new OECD report therefore focuses on identifying solutions to meet these challenges.

    The Working Group on Bribery has just completed its Phase 4 evaluation on the Czech Republic’s implementation of the Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions and related instruments. The report highlights the Czech Republic’s strong determination to improve its system for combating foreign bribery. It also identifies several law enforcement practices or tools employed by the Czech Republic that could potentially increase foreign bribery enforcement, including: detecting allegations through foreign requests for legal assistance, the use of non-financial forms of evidence, joint investigative teams with foreign authorities, and central registries for bank accounts and beneficial ownership information.  The report also makes recommendations to:

  • The diplomat violated good manners, the state paid an extra 420.000,-Kč, all right? How many such examples of misuse of public money remain hidden from the public? The communist parties' descendants still control the MFA of the Czech Republic

    Havrlikova PavlaStasek Miroslav velvyslanec CR v USA 2022The results of the audit were handed over to the police in the past. In the end, criminal investigators assessed that the purchase of overpriced tickets was not a criminal offence and returned the matter to the Ministry to investigate whether there had been a breach of internal regulations.

    "The MFA's investigation did not prove that such a violation had occurred," the ministry said. The ministry did not specify the reason for which the office eventually shelved the case, saying that "the MFA does not publish the results of internal controls." Pay I the state  hundreds of thousands of crowns in fines for freedom of speech, only to have its employees "squander it" in this way, going unpunished when no one is personally responsible for anything? That's how it was under the communists...

    In this context, I would like to remind you of the letterof Jan Lipavský, MP for the Pirates, today's Foreign Minister, to Prime Minister Andrej Babiš regarding the appointment of Adam Vojtěch as Czech Ambassador to Finland, dated 18 February 2021. It is a custom in other countries that diplomatic "trafikas" are also given to former politicians or soldiers. The problem is if their character and professional abilities are not a priority (remember, for example, the Czech ambassador to Slovakia, Livia Klausová, daughter of the war criminal during the Slovak state, Stefan Miština).   

  • Travellers Share Most “Nonsense” Reasons They Have Received for Their Rejected Schengen Visa Application

    Passports with a Schengen visaAfter almost two years of closed borders, travellers are now more invested than ever to travel, experience new places, and realize the travel plans that they had put on hold for such a long time, SchengenVisaInfo.com reports.

    Travellers to the 26 Schengen Area countries who need a Schengen visa to be eligible to enter, however, day by day, are more likely to face another hassle, that of having their visa application rejected. In 2021 the rejection rate of Schengen visa applications worldwide reached its peak, with 13.4 per cent out of the total number of travellers receiving a negative response in their application.

    According to Schengen Visa Info, there are 12 reasons for which visa applications are rejected most frequently, including here a criminal past of the applicant, a damaged passport, the invalidity of one of the documents submitted, and insufficient financial means to support travel, etc.

    Morocco is also among the countries that have experienced a steep increase in the number of rejected visas year by year, from 15.3 per cent of applications being rejected in 2017 to 18 per cent in 2018, 20.5 per cent in 2019, 23.6 per cent in 2020, and as many as 27.6 per cent in 2021. Full Artycle>