The Czech Politician Stanislav Grospič Spoke Out Against the “Fascist Regime in Ukraine”

Translated by Ollie Richardson & Angelina Siard


Speaking live on air, the Chairman of the Committee of the Czech Parliament Stanislav Grospič [from the Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia – ed] said that the government in Ukraine is a “fascist regime”.

The host of the program did not respond to his words in any way, and the Embassy of Ukraine in the Czech Republic subjected this fact to sharp criticism.

“Yesterday on a news channel on Czech TV the deputy Stanislav Grospič from the Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament of the Czech Republic dared to call the government of Ukraine ‘a fascist regime’. Unfortunately this insult, which is openly slanderous and unacceptable in the civilised world, did not receive a corresponding reaction from the host of the TV program,” reads the comment of the Embassy.

They explained that usually they disregard the statements of communists, but in this case Grospič presides in the parliamentary committee, and therefore the Ukrainian diplomatic mission is waiting for “condemnation from the leadership of the Chamber of Deputies”.

“We also hope that Czech TV will not accept such statements on the airwaves in the future”

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Note: it should be added that immediately after Grospič made this statement his personal information was added to the noxious terroristic website “Mirotvorets“, which is a tool that Poroshenko uses to keep Ukrainians in line, or rather at the mercy of the IMF, and also to smear anyone who is brave enough to speak out against the coup carried out in 2014 with the help of Washington, Brussels, and bags of cookies.


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