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Old February 12th, 2008 #1
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The Czech Republic's freedom of speech and assembly laws have been tested to the full in recent months by a small but determined group of neo-Nazis. For the second time this year, the city of Plzeò in West Bohemia is bracing itself for a march by far-right radicals, and politicians are wondering whether it might not be time to prune the country's legislation to prevent such marches from going ahead.

Pavel Rödl is a man with a problem. He's the mayor of Plzeò, the regional capital of West Bohemia, home to the famous Pilsner Urquell brewery and also the second largest synagogue in Europe. On January 19th, 66 years after the first transport of Plzeò Jews to the concentration camps, a group of neo-Nazis wanted to march past the synagogue. There was an outcry, and Mayor Rödl banned the march. 1,000 police officers were deployed and people were advised to stay home. In the end a dozen or so skinheads turned up and nothing happened.

The group filed a complaint. On Friday, a court ruled the march should have gone ahead. The mayor had effectively broken the law guaranteeing free assembly. The group says it will hold another rally, on March 1st. Once again they want to march past the synagogue. Once again, Pavel Rödl has to weigh up whether to break the law.

The dilemma has sparked a debate among politicians as to whether Czech legislation should be changed to deny neo-Nazis the freedom of assembly. Prime Minister Mirek Topolánek had this to say to Czech television:

"If it's possible to hold neo-Nazi marches in this way and if the law allows them and if the law even criminalises those who have the courage to try and ban them…then clearly we have to examine the way the law is written."

But comments like that are anathema even to some in Mr Topolánek's own party, the Civic Democrats. Czechs paid dearly for the freedom of speech and assembly, for so long denied them by the communists. Marek Benda is a Civic Democrat MP and son of the late dissident Václav Benda:

"I'm just really afraid that an amendment to the law would be abused – in other words that we'd end up banning more things than we should."

So it seems unlikely the law will be changed. Indeed some politicians argue the present legislation is more than adequate, if applied correctly. For now, all eyes are on Pavel Rödl and whether he'll wield his power to ban another neo-Nazi meeting on March 1st.
 
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Neo-Nazis likely to march through Czech Plzen on March 1

Plzen- A neo-Nazi march will be held on March 1 instead of a banned march scheduled for January 19, the march's organiser Vaclav Bures said.

The original march date, January 19, coincided with the 65th anniversary of the first deportation of Jews from Plzen to the concentration camps.

Plzen Mayor Pavel Roedl (senior ruling Civic Democrats, ODS) finally banned the march. However, the regional administrative court decided last Friday that the march was banned unjustly because the criteria for the ban were not met. As a result, Bures could organise a new rally.

Bures has to announce the new march to the authorities one day in advance at the latest.

The route of the march is the same as planned before. The marchers are to pass by Plzen's Great Synagogue.

Bures said he did not know how many people could take part in the event.

Later in January it turned out that Bures was a member of the ODS branch in Plzen-Lochotin. The branch immediately expelled him from the party.

Bures announced the January 19 march as a march in support of the freedom of speech, in reaction to the police intervention that prevented a neo-Nazi march through the historical Jewish Quarter in Prague.
 
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German Police: we won't let German neo-nazis to Czech Republic

Jan 17, 2008 03:05 PM Filed under News

The ‘Protest march for freedom of speech’ as the right-wing radicals call their demonstration, is planned on this Saturday 19th January, takes place in Pilsen, Czech Republic.

illustration photo 19th January is the 65th anniversary of the first transport of Jews from Pilsen to concentration camps. Nearly 3000 Pilsen Jews perished in Nazi camps during the World War II.

The German police announced they are going to all the steps necessary to keep the German neo-nazis from travelling to the Saturday march. As the Czech Republic have entered the Schengen space, 700 former Bavarian border police comes back to operate in the border region.

This comes as a consequence Czech radicals put an invitation on an Internet forum, inviting ‘all the German friends’ to the Czech Republic demonstration.

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Old February 27th, 2008 #5
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One thousand policemen to monitor neo-Nazi march in Plzen


Plzen- About 1000 policemen will guard the streets of Plzen during a neo-Nazi march through the city centre on Saturday, March 1, police spokeswoman Jana Vaclavova said.

She said riot police, traffic police, detectives and investigators, mounted police and dog-handlers will be on alert since there is a real danger of a conflict arising between the neo-Nazis and their opponents.

Members of anti-conflict teams will also be available.

The police will have water cannons, armoured carriers and a helicopter at their disposal, Vaclavova said adding that the Bavarian and Saxon police forces have also been asked to send their specialists.

The march will be held from 14:00 to 19:00 on Saturday.

"Since opponents of the march plan to hold unauthorised actions outside the Grand Synagogue and at other places approximately at the time of the march, there is a real danger of a conflict between the groups," Vaclavova said.

She said the police have recommended to people to avoid the streets along which the neo-Nazis plan to march.

The regional court in Plzen has authorised the march called Protest against limitation of freedom of assembly and limitation of freedom of expression to be held on a substitute date after it upheld the complaint by Vaclav Bures against a ban imposed on the planned march in January.

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Old February 28th, 2008 #6
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Skinheads demolish Chinese cafeteria in Prague

Prague, 25.2.2008, 12:12, (ROMEA/CTK)

A group of Czech skinheads broke the shop window of a Chinese cafeteria in Prague-Nusle shortly before midnight on Friday and threw two stones inside, the daily Mlada fronta Dnes (MfD) writes today.

Analyst Miroslav Mares said he considered the attack extraordinary.

"It violates the image the extremists try to create by decent and well-organised marches," Mares told the paper.

He said neo-Nazis otherwise mostly attacked groups of their peers who disagreed with their activities.

The cafeteria was already closed on Friday night, but three of its employees were sitting inside and chatting, one of them, Chen Wei Qi, said.

Chen recalled that she saw a group of young people in the square outside the shop and one of they had a beer pint glass. Shortly afterwards, the pint glass broke the window. Chen and the two male cooks who got lightly injured hid in the back of the cafeteria, the paper writes.

The skinheads threw stones in the small restaurant and walked away. The police whom Chen immediately called spotted the skinhead group several blocks away from the cafeteria. The youths had knives, brass knuckles and two pistols on them, the paper writes.

"However, nobody was arrested. The police have not succeeded in identifying the perpetrator," the paper quotes police spokesman Tomas Hulan as saying.

MfD notes that police are often helpless in similar situations because they cannot identify the individual perpetrator within a group.

Ondrej Cakl, who specialises in extremism, said he recognised boys who regularly attended neo-Nazi events in the group that attacked the cafeteria.

The Nova television reported on the attack and the subsequent police intervention.

Such an attack has been unusual in the Czech Republic. Czech neo-Nazis had frequently attacked foreigners in the early 1990s, mostly Vietnamese vendors.

http://www.romea.cz/english/index.ph...etail=2007_758
 
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Anti-fascists counter neo-Nazis' march

03/02/2008

Some 500 anti-fascists countered a rally by 200 neo-Nazi marchers in a Czech city.

The neo-Nazis marched for an hour Saturday in the center of Pilsen, with police separating the two groups.

The Pilsen city government had banned the march, which had been scheduled for Jan. 19 -- one day after the 66th anniversary of the first transport of Jews from Pilsen to Nazi concentration camps.

A regional court ruled last week, however, that the ban violated a law guaranteeing the freedom of speech.
 
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Old March 3rd, 2008 #9
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Czech neo-Nazis end march through Plzen

Prague- About 150-200 Czech neo-Nazis reached the namesti Republiky square where the rally was to end after a 60-minute march through the West Bohemian town of Plzen this afternoon, the police said.

However, upon an agreement with the police about one half of them will be driven by buses to the railway station and the rest will march back to the bus station from where they had left.

No incident has occurred during their march, although the neo-Nazis walked passed a rally of about 500 anti-fascists.

Anarchists pelted the neo-Nazis with empty bottles and apples.

The two groups were separated by the riot police.

The neo-Nazis' march was preceded by speeches attacking the current regime. Neo-Nazi activists accused the police and political establishment of harassing and terrorising them.

"This is no democracy, but a totalitarian rule," one of them said.

The marchers were wearing black flags and some of them covered their faces with masks.

The march was originally scheduled for January 19, one day after the 66th anniversary of the first transport of Jews from Plzen to concentration camps. The Plzen Town Hall banned the march, but a court later ruled that the ban was not invalid and that the organiser had the right to stage a new march.

Extremism experts say the march is organised by the neo-Nazi National Resistance.

http://www.ceskenoviny.cz/news/index_view.php?id=299759
 
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Jews file complaint over extremists' march in Czech town - TV

Plzen- The Federation of Jewish Communities in the Czech Republic has filed a legal complaint over Saturday's march of neo-Nazis in Plzen, Nova commercial TV reported today.

The federation says the participants made Nazi salutes outside a local Jewish synagogue and chanted anti-Semitic slogans.

Passers-by allegedly reported this behaviour to the police, but policemen did not interfere and the march was not dispersed, Nova said.

The police action commander dismissed having received any reports about the chanting of anti-Jewish slogans during the march.

The municipal clerks who permitted the march and supervised it said they had not noticed any such behaviour during the event either.

However, the video-recorded shots that Nova released today show that the extremists were shouting "Jews to gas."

The Jewish Liberal Union intends to complain against the police steps during the neo-Nazi event, saying that the march should have been dispersed and that it must be investigated why the police did not do so.

The Interior Minister's Inspection will probably investigate the case, Nova reported.

http://www.ceskenoviny.cz/news/index_view.php?id=300373
 
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Czechs petitioners call on cabinet not to recognise new Kosovo

Prague- Czech opponents of independent Kosovo handed a petition against the recognition of unilateral declaration of independence of Kosovo, signed by 1300 people, to Chamber of Deputies chairman Miloslav Vlcek (senior opposition Social Democrats, CSSD) today.

The organisers believe that the deputies should call on the government and the Foreign Ministry not to recognise Kosovo's independence.
The signatures were collected by members of the petition committee at demonstrations that they regularly staged in Prague in past weeks.
"We will continue with demonstrations and collecting signatures," committee member Milan Jasa told CTK today.
He said that Vlcek supported the petition organisers.
"He promised to present the matter to deputies at the current session, probably on Thursday," Jasa said.
The opponents of the new Kosovo believe that the recognition of its independence would be a dangerous legal precedent.

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We have published interview with Pavel Toulaev, the editor-in-chief of the Russian international magazine "ATHENAEUM". We think that this interview could be interesting for you. Here is the link:

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Old August 13th, 2008 #14
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BY ČTK / PUBLISHED 12 AUGUST 2008

Prague, Aug 11 (CTK) - The meeting of far-right supporters scheduled for Saturday will be held in Hradec Kralove, east Bohemia, but it definitely would not be the largest extremist meeting in the country as media reported, extra-parliamentary Workers' Party head Tomas Vandas told CTK Monday.

The daily Lidove noviny wrote last week that up to 6000 people might attend the meeting.

Vandas said some 300 to 400 people were expected to arrive between 12:30 and 14:00 at Hradec Kralove train station to take part in a concert and political meeting.

He did not say where the event would be staged.

Policeman Petr Burian who specialises in extremism said the police had no other information than those posted on the Workers' Party website.

However, Burian said it was still possible that it might be a breakthrough event and for example that supporters of the National Resistance movement would participate in it.

Vandas said the far-right leaders who will deliver addresses at the event will focus on the criticism of the current political system and the forthcoming regional elections.

Representatives of far-right groups from Germany and Slovakia are to attend the meeting, too.

The organisers warn the participants on the website not to give the police any reason to intervene.

This has been long-term tactics of these extremist groups in order to win broader support and try to enter parliamentary structures, Frantisek Vales from the Czech Helsinki Committee said following a concert of rightist extremists held on August 2 in south Moravia.

Experts agree that Czech rightist extremists are preparing ground for entering politics.

http://www.praguemonitor.com/en/398/...al_news/26662/
 
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Some good things from Pavel..
"when every country..will be an equal partner within the new pan-European geopolitical structure. I mean EuroRussia, not just “United Europe”, because Russia has its own destiny and mission in the World.
...this does not diminish our pro-European strategy, because we are tied with Europe by historical and genetic connections."

Important to keep in mind, esp. for Our Race;
"In a hundred years, the political map of the world will look far from the way it looks today."
But more than likely much sooner than 100 years..
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Prague, Aug 14 (CTK) - The Vlast (Homeland) Internet radio station connected with the Czech extra-parliamentary ultra-right National Party (NS) will start broadcasting this month, the daily Lidove noviny (LN) reports today.

The programme of the web radio that will resume broadcasting after a two-year pause will offer rather racist songs, alternative political newscasts as well as traditional Czech fairy-tales and poetry, LN writes.

"We will keep playing politically incorrect songs on our radio. However, they are not racist from our point of view. On the contrary, you cannot find neo-Nazi oriented bands on our playlist," NS spokesman Pavel Sedlacek told the paper.

LN also writes that up to 20 people will participate in the radio station's operation which is to cost some 15,000 crowns a month.

All costs are to be covered by the NS that plans to use the radio ahead of the general election due in 2010, for instance.

LN recalls that the web radio had offered music with racist lyrics and pre-election speeches of the party candidates in 2005 and 2006.

After repeated criticism of the songs' lyrics, the radio broadcasting was terminated over the lack of finances, the paper writes.

It adds that experts in right-wing extremism do not believe the Vlast web radio will last long. They say the NS thereby only wants to promote itself.

The civilian counter-intelligence lists the National Party among right-wing extremist entities.

The party members drew attention in the past by their controversial statements about Romanies.

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Around 300 neo-Nazis gathered in the eastern city of Hradec Králové on Saturday, holding a brief demonstration in one of the city squares before dispersing. They had hoped to attend what had been dubbed a “political cultural” event in the Hradec’s outdoor cinema, but in the end the city council banned it.

They came, they wandered about a bit, and then they went home. But they did manage to hold a brief public demonstration, despite threats from the city council that their gathering was unauthorised and would be dispersed.

Initially the far-right extremists were meant to attend an event called “Freedom Day” in the city’s outdoor cinema, a rock concert organised by a group called the Worker’s Party. That was until monitoring groups warned the event was a front for a planned gathering of hardcore neo-Nazi groups such as National Resistance and the Autonomous Nationalists. The Worker’s Party’s Tomáš Vandas angrily rejected that claim when confronted by Czech Television at Hradec Králové station.

“As soon as anyone expresses any critical views about the European Union, as soon as anyone expresses any critical views about what’s going on in this country, they’re immediately labelled a neo-Nazi to discredit them in the eyes of the public.”

Those who came to attend the Workers’ Party event – and observers claimed they did include skinheads from National Resistance and the Autonomous Nationalists – wandered around the city centre in the rain for a while before holding an impromptu demonstration. But why were they allowed to do so, when the original event had been banned by the council? Deputy mayor Martin Soukup explained to Czech Television.

“Well, they were none too pleased about the concert being banned. So they were wandering round the city centre, and paradoxically they ended up right in front of the regional police headquarters. So obviously the police had no problem filming the whole meeting. However in the end there were no public order offences committed, no property damage, so for that reason we decided – based on what the constitution and the declaration of rights and freedoms says – that we had no justification to break up the meeting. It took place peacefully and they dispersed peacefully. But we will be taking proceedings against them for holding the meeting without permission.”

For which the Worker’s Party could be fined up to 5,000 crowns, or 300 dollars. The Worker’s Party, meanwhile says it will sue the council for the losses incurred when the rock concert at the outdoor cinema was banned. So no violent clashes in Hradec this weekend, but monitoring groups warn that Czech neo-Nazis are holding such meetings with increasing regularity.

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By ČTK / Published 26 September 2008

Havlickuv Brod, East Bohemia, Sept 25 (CTK) - Two Czech extremists, Erik Sedlacek and Libor Budik, were sent to prison for heading a neo-Nazi Internet magazine by a district court Thursday.

Sedlacek was sentenced to three years and Budik is to spend two years behind bars.

The court found both men guilty of support for and promotion of movements aiming to suppress human rights and freedoms.

Both men worked as editors-in-chief and authors of articles in the Last Generation Internet journal in 2003-2004.

According to the court, the articles in the magazine contained hateful statements about Jews, called for their liquidation and openly questioned the Holocaust, and their authors followed the ideas of national socialism.

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Text of report in English by Czech national public-service news agency CTK

Prague, 27 September: The Czech Nazi Internet magazine Posledni generace (Last Generation), for which two of its contributors were given prison sentences on Thursday [25 September], still works and does not seem likely to disappear from the Internet, the daily Lidove noviny (LN) writes today.

The web page is registered in the USA where a different law is valid.

As a result, the police and courts cannot intervene against the web magazine that promoted hatred for Jews and denies the Holocaust, LN writes.

"The pages are registered in the USA. So is the server. There is a different approach to the freedom of speech and other laws in the USA," Pavel Hantak from the Centre for the Uncovering of Organized Crime told the paper.

"During investigation, we asked the US authorities to provide access to the page so that we could find out who from the Czech Republic takes part in it. We have never received any answer," Hantak said.

"The situation is legally complex. We have no instrument with which to withdraw the webpage from the Internet," Hantak said.

Erik Sedlacek and Libor Budik were sentenced to three years and two years behind bars.

The court found both men guilty of support for and promotion of movements aiming to suppress human rights and freedoms.

According to the court, the articles in the magazine contained hateful statements about Jews, called for their liquidation and openly questioned the Holocaust, and their authors followed the ideas of National Socialism.

Sedlacek and Budik are considered senior activists of the neo- Nazi scene in the Vysocina region.

Originally published by CTK news agency, Prague, in English 1009 27 Sep 08.

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According to the court, the articles in the magazine contained hateful statements about Jews, called for their liquidation and openly questioned the Holocaust, and their authors followed the ideas of national socialism.
Now merely suggesting the "liquidation" (ie, repatriation) of jews is a crime.

Now merely "questioning" the Holocaust is a crime.

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