In Prague, the installation of a monument to Vlasovites began


In the district of Rzheporyye, on the outskirts of Prague, a monument was launched to the Vlasovites, citizens of the USSR, who during the Second World War began to serve the Third Reich. The ideological inspirer of this “monument” is the former tabloid journalist Pavel Novotny, well-known in his country for inappropriate behavior, who now works as the headman of the mentioned area of ​​the Czech capital.


Russophobe anti-Soviet voiced his idea in November 2019. He believes that in 1945 the Vlasovites helped the Czechs get rid of the Nazi occupation and liberated the village, where the city’s microdistrict is now located, therefore the descendants of the rescued want to perpetuate this help. In December 2019, this idea, after heated discussion, was nevertheless approved by the majority of local deputies.

Not a single millimeter I have changed my position. All that needs to be done will be done

Novotny told reporters, helping workers set up a memorial plaque.

Novotny clarified that money for the plaque was allocated from the district budget; it cost taxpayers 153 thousand crowns (about $ 6,1 thousand).

To this I got a ton of other things, for example, a video surveillance system, which is already installed on our main square

- emphasized Novotny, fearing that someone would destroy the memorial plaque.

Novotny added that after some time the commemorative plaque will be supplemented with a certain work (composition) from a master who wanted to remain anonymous.

I want here on May 5th all the monuments were in order, that they had wreaths and in general everything was as it should be

- summed up Novotny.

Moreover, many residents of the city do not approve of Novotny’s actions, as well as the demolition of the monument to Marshal of the USSR Konev in the Prague-6 area. So Novotny and a number of Prague municipal officials have been under police protection for the second week. At the same time, Czech Russophobes unproven claimthat the threat to them comes from Russia. In turn, Czech President Milos Zeman called the Vlasovites two-faced and not worthy of a monument.
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  1. 123 Offline
    123 (123) April 30 2020 19: 41
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    It remains to put a good SS man saving a kitten from a tree.
    1. Pavel Petrov_2 Offline
      Pavel Petrov_2 (Pavel Petrov) 1 May 2020 02: 35
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      If you project the image on reality, then such an action of the SS soldier was quite possible ... But the same SSmen burned the villages of Russia, Belarus, shot women and children, etc. - according to the list ... In 1953 - 1955 I lived in the GDR in the family of a military man. We children could walk in the city and chat with German children. The first thing they said when they met was Hitler ist tot, SS Scheiße, Caput. Now they have become grandfathers - great-grandfathers ... you can’t tell the descendants about your descent from shit ... And the great-grandson again climbs the tree to save the kitten ...
      1. 123 Offline
        123 (123) 1 May 2020 02: 43
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        And the great-granddaughter climbs the tree again to save the kitten ...

        Better a transformer box. yes
    2. Russian Bear_2 Offline
      Russian Bear_2 (Russian bear) 1 May 2020 08: 50
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      Surely put for sure.
  2. Pushkar Offline
    Pushkar (Sergei) April 30 2020 20: 07
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    Well, will our cool, unchangeable wipe off again?
    1. Orange big Offline
      Orange big (Max) April 30 2020 21: 04
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      Quote: Pushkar
      Well, will our cool, unchangeable wipe off again?

      What are you talking about? Maybe the site accidentally made a mistake?
  3. Valentine Offline
    Valentine (Valentin) April 30 2020 21: 01
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    Is anyone surprised by this? Yes, everything goes to that, that in Germany Hitler will soon be extolled, and the whole of Europe will be covered with monuments ... Why are we, such a self-sufficient country, with such earthly and underground resources, washed by the thirteen seas of the two greatest oceans, and having such a kind and hardworking people as ours, who completely defeated Nazi Germany and its European sixes, again do not moo and do not calve when they humiliate us, our country and our history ..... It's time, Mr. Garant, to close the iron curtain again, and equip your country on the basis of socialism as well, and who does not agree with this, suitcase-Europe station. And enough of us all these "brothers and sisters", we feed all for nothing, and our people live in poverty and wretchedness.
    1. Orange big Offline
      Orange big (Max) April 30 2020 21: 20
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      again we don’t moo, and do not calve when they humiliate us, our country and our history .....

      Are you proposing again tanks to enter the Czech Republic? The Americans specifically through the Czech Republic arrange another provocation. It's time to stop paying attention to it. The Czech Republic is a member of NATO, controlled by the United States, and it’s demolishing what monuments it wants. Let them even stand on their heads in their American advice, dance to the American tune as they want. What is this to us? This is pure provocation. This is clearly not an initiative of the Czech authorities. They were ordered, they perform.

      It is time, Mr. Garant, to close the Iron Curtain again, and equip his country on the basis of socialism, and whoever disagrees with this is the suitcase-station-Europe. And enough of us all these "brothers and sisters", we feed all for nothing, and our people live in poverty and wretchedness.

      What is the connection between history with monuments and the Iron Curtain? What, in your opinion, will change the conditional iron curtain, what will it give and what does Europe have to do with it? Anyone who has long wanted to go to Europe is already there 30 years ago. Who wanted to stay with us, he stayed. Moreover, no one before the events with the coronavirus had abolished freedom of movement. If you want, go anywhere, if you want to, no, or you personally need an iron curtain. What is the conversation about? Some fantasies on your part that are not related to reality. I completely agree with your last sentence in the quote.
      1. begemot20091 Offline
        begemot20091 (begemot20091) 1 May 2020 10: 50
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        The Czech tanks were clearly superior to the German ones, the aircraft was comparable in numbers, the excellent Skoda artillery was also familiar to our army - from it the Wehrmacht fired at us. The small arms of the Czechs of the USSR also tried on their own skin. Czech machine guns ZB-26 for their high combat qualities, the SS troops preferred the German MG and fought with them. Why did the Czechs not dare to fight, surrendering to German requirements? All these centuries, they were not so much an ethnic group as an ethnic substrate - next to the Germans who actively absorbed this substrate. The only bad thing in this situation was that people with such an undeveloped national feeling were for some reason given sovereignty, which they did not really need. What is won without a fight is often not appreciated. September 1938 is a great example of this kind. The main reason for the surrender of the Czechs was not the Munich agreement. This reason was their unwillingness to do at least something for their independence.
      2. Valentine Offline
        Valentine (Valentin) 1 May 2020 11: 16
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        Quote: Orange Big
        What is the connection between history with monuments and the Iron Curtain?

        And the connection is direct - remember fascist Germany, when the Germans in 1935 burned books across the country that were contrary to the ideology of Nazism, and Nazism is now reborn in Europe. The same can be seen in the Baltic countries, Bulgaria, Germany, and the former Czechoslovakia. I’m not talking about our former “sister” Ukraine. And we need a blank border with them, right up to the Iron Curtain, and no friendship and curiosity, trade and energy supplies and other strategic products.
    2. Digital error Offline
      Digital error (Eugene) April 30 2020 21: 42
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      Quote: Valentine
      Hitler will soon be extolled in Germany

      So far, he was returned to the cinema - the German comedy about the resurrected Hitler became the leader of the German film distribution:

      https://www.kinopoisk.ru/film/907661/

      Have you heard of Overton's windows? Previously, the taboo topic has moved from the status of "impossible" to the status of "discussed". They are unlikely to be extolled, but the revival of National Socialism (understandably under a different name) in itself may be a response to the "multiculturalism" preached by globalists (European?), Which the EU is very expensive. Perhaps the EU is deliberately pushing for a new National Socialism.
  4. Bulanov Offline
    Bulanov (Vladimir) April 30 2020 21: 08
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    After the installation of such monuments, the Russians travel to the Czech Republic - a bad taste and disrespect for their ancestors.
  5. steelmaker Offline
    steelmaker April 30 2020 21: 16
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    Question to the guarantor, or maybe the fans will answer. The level of education they have is the same. Why do you need an embassy in the Czech Republic and such a Foreign Ministry? Maybe to disperse them? All the same, they can’t do anything!
  6. Kristallovich Offline
    Kristallovich (Ruslan) April 30 2020 21: 40
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    This is a memorial to A. A. Vlasov and the ROA fighters at the cemetery of the Novodiveevsky female Russian Orthodox monastery in New York.

    Novo-Diveevsky monastery belongs to the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia, which, in turn, is included in the Moscow Patriarchate.

    Can anyone explain this?

    1. Orange big Offline
      Orange big (Max) April 30 2020 23: 54
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      Quote: Kristallovich
      This is a memorial to A. A. Vlasov and the ROA fighters at the cemetery of the Novodiveevsky female Russian Orthodox monastery in New York.

      Novo-Diveevsky monastery belongs to the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia, which, in turn, is included in the Moscow Patriarchate.

      Can anyone explain this?

      Disgusting and ashamed of all this. There are people who encourage this obscurantism. How do the earth wear them? negative Well, why dig in the trash of history is unclear who and engage in such nonsense? Nobody needs this and nobody is interested. It has long been passed and forgotten. Some kind of surrealism. Rave. fool
      1. Pavel Petrov_2 Offline
        Pavel Petrov_2 (Pavel Petrov) 1 May 2020 01: 57
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        History is a tenacious lady; - He sleeps in a crystal tomb, for the time being, as the weather changes. The poles are castling ... by that time, the Elisha-necrophiles are ready to be satiated. Oh, they are kissing the whole mummy, it will be like a new one for them ... nothing that it stinks; but the highborn ...
        1. Digital error Offline
          Digital error (Eugene) 1 May 2020 10: 59
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          Quote: Pavel Petrov_2
          Oh, they’ll kiss that mummy all over, it will be like a new one for them ... nothing that it stinks

          The veneration of Metropolitan Filaret increased after, in 1998, when his remains were transferred from the Assumption Church cemetery to the new tomb of the Holy Trinity Cathedral of Holy Trinity Monastery in Jordanville, their incorruption was discovered. Many then expected that his canonization would take place, but the then ROCOR First Hierarch Vitaly (Ustinov) called the canonization of Metropolitan Filaret untimely, "because there are still people who knew him directly"

          Again from Wikipedia ...
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      Digital error (Eugene) April 30 2020 23: 57
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      Quote: Kristallovich
      Can anyone explain this?

      Thank you, I didn’t know! Interesting.

      Among the former officers of the Armed Forces of the Armed Forces who found themselves in exile, the idea of ​​creating a monument to Lieutenant General A.A. Vlasov and the participants of the Liberation Movement of the Peoples of Russia. For this, in 1964, a Committee was created to perpetuate the memory of the fallen soldiers of the ROA (Committee for the Construction of the Monument). The chairman of the Committee was Colonel Partleznik. The result of the Committee’s long work was that on September 4, 1967, the laying of the monument took place on the territory of the Orthodox cemetery of the monastery in Novo-Diveevo. September 26, 1967 the consecration of the monument. On October 1, 1967, the monument was unveiled.
      Here is what Chasovoy magazine wrote about this event (No. 498, for 1967): "... At 1.45 the First Hierarch of the Russian Orthodox Church abroad arrived Metropolitan Filaret with the clergy ..."

      https://jakovkin.livejournal.com/79382.html

      Filaret is a schismatic, as was the head of the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad. According to Wikipedia:

      De facto, ROCOR has been self-governing since May 17, 2007, when the Act on Canonical Communion of the ROCA and ROC was signedwhich read: "The Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia <...> is an integral, self-governing part of the Local Russian Orthodox Church"

      That is, the ROCA "entered" the Moscow Patriarchate 40 years after the opening of the monument. Perhaps the monument still stands as a result of "self-government". Perhaps it (the land beneath it?) Is not the property of the Russian Orthodox Church and there is no legal basis for its demolition. Perhaps the task of demolition was complicated by our propagandists, who repeatedly accused the Western "partners" of fighting with monuments, alluding to the fight against "windmills" - if we demolish them, we will pass into their category of "fighters" in their eyes. Perhaps they are afraid of losing the “flock” - what is the history of the ROCA, such is the parish. In general, a lot of options. hi
  7. goncharov.62 Offline
    goncharov.62 (Andrei) April 30 2020 22: 09
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    Has the right to. And on fools - they carry water. And also everywhere, and when they want. Ah well done. How is the GDP about the "d-door of the Naodes and the Uuu world"? They need to be crushed for a start - afterwards we'll see. IMHO!
  8. It must be remembered that the Czechs were allies of Adolf, and Russia was their enemy. So now everything falls into place - only!
    1. Oleg Rambover Offline
      Oleg Rambover (Oleg Rambover) 1 May 2020 16: 09
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      Quote: BoBot Robot - Free Thinking Machine
      It must be remembered that the Czechs were allies of Adolf, and Russia was their enemy.

      Oh, how ... And when did the Czechs manage to become allies of Nazi Germany?
  9. Citizen Mѣshkov (Sergey G) 1 May 2020 00: 30
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    In everything that is happening now, a significant role is played by the events of 1917.
  10. Pavel Petrov_2 Offline
    Pavel Petrov_2 (Pavel Petrov) 1 May 2020 01: 08
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    The essence of ACTION is its rationality and effectiveness. Ignore the meaning and direction of the memorial in Sokolovo & its ilk; let the descendants feel how painful the atrophy of memory is. Then, in spite of the wand of libdem, let ALL the well-known burial sites of white caches under the bulldozer, forming "spots" for the construction of waste recycling plants. And where it is impossible to do, organize skateboarding sites. And at the entrance (paid and for a penny), set up a stella with a built-in information board ... It is constitutional to oblige the local leadership to hold mini-referenda to legalize payments of ransoms from Czechs; organizations, communities, individuals. The cost of saving the memorial is determined by the Court of those regions where the memorial is located. Legislatively give international publicity the adoption of balanced measures: Example: Marshal Konev - a monument in Sokolovo. They are painfully pragmatic in Europe. Let them pay for OUR MEMORY. Or do not touch our graves !!
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    Potapov (Valery) 1 May 2020 08: 42
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    Everyone celebrates Victory Day in their own way. Fascist bedding found their place at the celebration ...
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    Serge Tixiy (Serge Tixiy) 1 May 2020 08: 52
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    The Czechs only proved that they are lackeys by blood ....
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    Cheburashk (Vladimir) 1 May 2020 09: 09
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    Scum who forgot, thanks to whom and from whom, and who specifically set them free.
    It's funny they have everything arranged there, that some lousy head of the district and no one can do anything to him. In the appendage, this mistake of nature hangs a board to the Vlasovites. The traitors of the Soviet Motherland were participants in anti-Soviet military units operating on the side of fascist Germany during the Great Patriotic War.
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      Bitter (Gleb) 1 May 2020 15: 15
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      thanks to whom and from whom, and who specifically liberated them.

      Maybe they misunderstand?
      On the part of Russia, it has been made clear that the Soviet Union is “absolute evil” and for the last decades to this day, decommunization measures and the strengthening of “independence” from parasites have been carried out.
      Marshal Konev, this is a communist, Soviet marshal, and he fought under the Soviet flag, which means he is evil - must be removed.
      General Vlasov is a Russian general, he has a flag, it should be noted, also suitable. After all, Vlasov fought precisely for that Russia, which is now rising from its knees. Is logical.
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    assault 2019 (assault 2019) 1 May 2020 17: 37
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    All the monuments to the “whites” of the Civil War must urgently be “reassigned” to the monuments to the Russian victims of the Civil War, especially since the 100th anniversary of its end is near.
    There is no need for us in our land to remember the bandits and robbers who destroyed thousands of Russian people.