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„Komunismus znamená v pravém a úplném smyslu bludné učení, že nikdo nemá míti žádné jmění, nýbrž aby všechno bylo společné, a každý dostával jenom část zaslouženou a potřebnou k jeho výživě. – Bez všelijakých důkazů a výkladů vidí tedy hned na první pohled každý, že takové učení jest nanejvýš bláznovské, a že se mohlo jen vyrojiti z hlav několika pomatených lidí, kteří by vždy z člověka chtěli učiniti něco buď lepšího neb horšího, ale vždy něco jiného než je člověk.“

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This video was originally published on September 7, 2021 when Dr. Julie Ponesse was dismissed from her teaching position at Huron College at the University of Western Ontario after 20 years on the job.

The embattled president asks why Western allies haven’t already imposed sanctions

“If we are going to protect ourselves against one of the most powerful armies in the world, then this will be war,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky says in a new interview with The Washington Post. “If this will be war, it’s going to be a very strong war, and everyone will lose. Hundreds of thousands of lives will be lost.

Q. Do you admire Reagan?

A. I like him. I didn’t know him personally. I respect very much people who fight and who get the result they desire.

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Pavlik KarelThe Battle of Czajanka Barracks was an armed clash between Czechoslovak and German soldiers. It took place on 14 March 1939 in Frýdek-Místek. It was the only known significant battle between Czechoslovak soldiers and the German army during the occupation of the rest of Bohemia and Moravia and Silesia in March 1939. More details from the video below:

Czechoslovakia had 15 divisions, 250,000 men and 170,000 men in reserve. The country lost 16,000 square miles of territory and most of its heavy industry. Gen. Jan Syrový said, "We had a choice between murder and suicide" (He did not mention the choice of combat, preferring to let the country be destroyed without a fight and to liquidate the best people. JS). The only garrison to resist was in Frýdek-Místek. The defence of the barracks was taken over by the commander of the machine-gun company, Capt. Karel Pavlík In his company fought also ethnic Czechs, Jews, Ukrainians and Moravians. This particular garrison fought against the German invasion until they were ordered to stop by the Czech command. .

The company responded to the call to surrender by firing. They were surrounded, fired on from all sides. It took 50 mm cannon and 37 mm armour-piercing weapons to break the resistance. Kpt. Pavlik changed tactics and was very active in the defense. The German fire had little effect.

After 40 minutes of fighting, the battle, on direct order of the General Staff, was immediately stopped. The soldiers were captured. They suffered 6 wounds, including two serious ones. The Germans lost 12 to 24 soldiers, wounded or shot. What would have happened if all the soldiers from the barracks had fought?

Capt. Pavlik continued to fight against the invaders in the resistance. In 1942 he was betrayed to the Gestapo, captured, tortured and ended up in Mauthausen. On January 26, 1943, after refusing an offer to serve in the SS, he was shot on the spot.

After the fall of communism, was captain Pavlik promoted to colonel and awarded a special commemorative medal for his heroism and patriotism. It was the first battle of World War II on March 14, 1939.

The point I found interesting is that this one particular garrison fought the German invasion until ordered by the Czech command to stop (Commander-in-Chief Dr. Edvard Benes flew to England in time - "I have a plan, an aeroplane", it was then said among the people), as in 1968 during the occupation by the Soviet army…

J.Š. 22.1.2022

Equality and justice cannot be achieved without absolute freedom of expression. Freedom ends where control begins. J.Š.

China 2022 NO Human Rights No Olypmic GamesRoman Joch: Athletes of the West, now is not the time to be silent. You will be shown whether you are worthy of the West or whether you will be bought, put on a gold muzzle and cower before the red mandarin who thinks he has the "Mandate of Heaven".

The athletes involved thus willingly play the role of "useful idiot". Can anyone imagine the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin taking place at a time when concentration camps already existed on German soil and when the extermination of the Jews had already begun? What does that say about the moral state of the world?

The Chinese have already banned foreign visitors. At least the politicians will not attend, except for the obedient President of the Czech Republic, Zeman, who, as the only President of a European Union country, would attend if his health permitted it. This is a question for the athletes to answer for themselves and to settle with their consciences, including the athletes' entourage. China has banned them from talking about basic human rights under threat of punishment. Will they be as civically brave as Novak Djokovic? Of course not. Fame and money is an adversary that no one wants to defeat in their own interest. Let us hope that there will be a few brave athletes who will find it in themselves to behave as the brave gymnast Věra Čáslavská did at the Olympic Games in Mexico in 1968? I was honoured to be able to accompany and support her in the last years of her life.