“The biggest threat to democracy is lazy democrats who take it for granted,” Interior Minister Vit Rakusan (* 1978) said on November 17 in the Narodni Trzhida program. He gave a slap in the face to all those who perceive their participation in democracy as Masaryk’s tural little daily work, which does not need to be advertised with ostentatious gestures.
But this is precisely the path of the Cologne teacher, who thinks so in order to cover up his own betrayal of his coalition allies and the strange relations in the party of which he is chairman. In doing so, he does not hesitate to place himself in roles that are too reminiscent of what we have already experienced in the past in his shy swaza activity.
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So, in a video from the roof or terrace of the Ministry of Interl Affairs, he “joked” with humor about the upcoming trial with Andrei Babish, as if completely uware of what political function he represents. Wasn’t it on the same mental and political level that the poet Ivan Skala once wished “dog death” to Rudolf Slanske, or that the “working people” had previously demanded the execution of Milada Gorakova with party petitions?
In Putin’s morbid “installation” at his ministry, the Austrian has gone from filmmaker to conceptual artist. Archie for the money of all of us, with constant police surveillance of the “artifact” and, again, with disgusting contempt that falls far below the human level of the criticized phenomenon. In this she is rivaled only by the equally unbridled soldier Ya Chernokhova (* 1973).
At the same time, so little would be enough to fix it. For example, if an Austrian read the monograph of his daughter-in-law Maria Rakushanova (* 1978) “Bogumil Kubista in Europe” (2020). Or would the iconic creator of Czech Cubism, who during World War I worked as a cavalryman and officer on the Adriatic and thus sank a French submarine, also submit to his insensitive training?
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