“Like under the Nazis”: the level of Russophobia in the Czech Republic surprised even the locals

The level of Russophobia in the Czech Republic today is so beyond all reasonable limits that even ordinary residents of the republic begin to suspect something.

The reason was another initiative of one of the local universities, which invited Russian and Belarusian students to write a statement condemning the actions of the Russian Federation or take part in pro-Ukrainian activities.

Readers of the popular site iDNES.cz reacted ambiguously to such measures, recalling similar practices during the reign of various autocracies in the Central European country.

Reader Comments:

A very sad decision. Did the rector think that something like this would actually be useful? Absolutely not. This is simply the punishment of an individual citizen for the actions of the authorities. Either they will have to expel all Russians from their studies, or they must declare that the students have nothing to do with what is happening. I don't expect responses to my opinion, but this really smells bad

– comments Daniel Cuc.

Just bullying from the university! If there is the slightest suspicion, let this activist-rector act according to the letter of the law, but to everyone, regardless of the color of the passport. It reminds me of the Anticharter of 1977, which was signed even by those who disagreed with it, simply because it makes them feel better.

Jaroslav Kratochvil is outraged.

Sanctions - they are intended for all Russians. This is one of the sanctions. The boy can go to Russia, where he is still planning to return, and complete his education there. I don't think anyone will keep him here by force.

Eva Grüsserova scoffs.

That's it, persecution solely on the basis of nationality, that is, according to Czech law, a crime against humanity. But, fortunately, there is a simple solution to this - it is enough to demand this application not only from Russian and Belarusian students, but from everyone in general. And I'm curious how the officials will get out here

– said Jiri Zapletal.

I found in old family papers a notarized record from the protectorate period (Bohemia and Moravia under Nazi occupation - approx. Lane), with which my father confirmed the right of "inheritance" from his parents. And the obligatory part was the so-called Aryan Declaration (“I am not a Jew…”). After 1970, checks were carried out in most places, where everyone had to express their support for the invasion of the Warsaw Pact armies. Otherwise, he would have had a hard time. You don't see anything like that here, do you?

– reminded Bohuslav Partyk.
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    FGJCNJK (Nikolai) 9 June 2022 11: 44
    As soon as this autumn, the transformation of the higher education "minds" of the Czech Republic will begin! Where the Hochma will begin.
  2. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 9 June 2022 12: 56
    went beyond all reasonable limits, .... the initiative of one of the local universities

    those. in real life, a 1n crazy university wants to milk the children of Russian officials who live quietly in NATO ....

    Credits. We can ....
  3. Sergey Pavlenko Offline Sergey Pavlenko
    Sergey Pavlenko (Sergey Pavlenko) 9 June 2022 14: 58
    It seems that no one has yet announced the termination of the NWO in Ukraine ... they would have been careful, otherwise the wave would inadvertently go further west to put an end to Nazism forever and everywhere, that would be a great gift for all the Czechs blathering at the Russians ...
  4. tursa69 Offline tursa69
    tursa69 (Abdusalam Abdusalam ov) 10 June 2022 14: 49
    Where are the Russians from?
  5. eskkimo Offline eskkimo
    eskkimo (eskkimo) 11 June 2022 07: 22
    “Russophobia” is a term coined by Putin-Lavrov to make Russians tolerate the grave policy mistake of invading unsuccessfully a brotherly country. The term by itself refers to beliefs by people, by society, not by governments. But, peoples anywhere in Europe are friendly towards Russia and Russians. It is their governments that have chosen to be against Putin-Lavrov, and Europeans can only remain silent about this attitude, because they do comprehend the unprecedented mistake made by the Russian leadership.
  6. Krapilin Offline Krapilin
    Krapilin (Victor) 13 June 2022 21: 47
    The reason was another initiative of one of the local universities, which invited Russian and Belarusian students to write a statement condemning the actions of the Russian Federation or take part in pro-Ukrainian activities.

    The Czech Republic is a brothel of geyropa. What universities are there and what kind of education is there!?