Vaclav Havel Died at 75

December 19, 2011

Vaclav Havel, the hero of Velvet Revolutions, died at 75 on 18 December 2011, in the last days of the year of uprisings and revolution. The media reported: “Havel became a source of inspiration to Czechs, and to all of Eastern Europe in late 1980s. He went from prisoner to president in 1989, the year the Berlin Wall fell and communism crumbled across the region. Havel died Sunday morning, at his weekend home in the northern Czech Republic. The 75-year-old former chain-smoker had a history of chronic respiratory problems dating back to his time in prison. Havel was the first President of the Czech Republic (19932003). He wrote over 20 plays and numerous non-fiction works, translated internationally”, the media reported. “The end of Czechoslovakia’s totalitarian regime was called the Velvet Revolution because of how smooth the transition seemed: Communism dead in a matter of weeks, without a shot fired. But for Vaclav Havel, it was a moment he helped pay for with decades of suffering and struggle. The dissident playwright spent years in jail but never lost his defiance. ‘His peaceful resistance shook the foundations of an empire, exposed the emptiness of a repressive ideology, and proved that moral leadership is more powerful than any weapon,’ said Obama. ‘He also embodied the aspirations of half a continent that had been cut off by the Iron Curtain, and helped unleash tides of history that led to a united and democratic Europe.’ Lech Walesa, former Polish president and the Nobel Peace Prize-winning founder of the country’s anti-communist Solidarity movement, called Havel ‘a great fighter for the freedom of nations and for democracy. While he was president, the Czech Republic split from Slovakia, but it also made dramatic gains in economic might,’ the media reported.

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“Havel first made a name for himself after the 1968 Soviet-led invasion that crushed the Prague Spring reforms. Havel’s plays were banned as hard-liners installed by Moscow snuffed out every whiff of rebellion. But he continued to write, producing a series of underground essays. One of his best-known essays, ‘The Power of the Powerless,’ was written in 1978. Havel knew that suppression firsthand. He was born Oct. 5, 1936, in Prague, the child of a wealthy family that lost extensive property to communist nationalization in 1948. Because of Havel’s bourgeois history, the Communist regime did not allow Havel to study formally after he had completed his required schooling in 1951. Havel was denied a formal education, eventually earning a degree at night school and starting out in theater as a stagehand. He also studied drama by correspondence. Following the suppression of the Prague Spring in 1968, he was banned from the theatre and became politically active. In those years, he was forced to take a job in a brewery, an experience he wrote about in his play Audience. His political activism began in earnest in January 1977, when he co-authored the human rights manifesto Charter 77, and the cause drew widening attention in the West. His political activities resulted in multiple stays in prison. His longest stay in prison, from June 1979 to January 1984, is documented in Letters to Olga, his late wife. In 1988, thousands of mostly young people marched through central Prague, yelling Havel’s name. Havel’s arrest in January 1989 at another street protest and his subsequent trial generated anger at home and abroad”, the media reported.

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“Pressure for change was so strong that the communists released him in May. That fall, communism began to collapse across Eastern Europe, and in November the Berlin Wall fell. Eight days later, police brutally broke up a demonstration by thousands of Prague students. It was the signal that Havel and his countrymen had awaited. Very soon a broad new opposition movement was founded, and hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets. In three heady weeks, communist rule was broken. On Dec. 29, 1989, Havel was elected Czechoslovakia’s president by the country’s still-communist parliament. In 1992, when it became clear that the Czechoslovak federation was heading for a split, Havel resigned as president, but he remained popular and was elected president of the new Czech Republic. After some years, the serious newspapers questioned his political visions, and the tabloids focused mainly on his private life. Havel left office in 2003, after his second term as Czech president, and one of his greatest political opponents was elected his successor. Havel said: ‘Truth and love must prevail over lies and hatred’. It became his revolutionary motto”, the media reported. Havel said: ‘I am deeply convinced that a fully-fledged democracy cannot exist without responsibility, nor can it exist without the rule of law. Unless a legal system is grounded on moral order, it can neither operate properly nor command respect. (Without this) we will live in an indifferent, demoralized and undemocratic society’. In fact, Havel was a politician who cared about morality and humanity. Havel’s memoir of his experience as President, To the Castle and Back, was published in May 2007.

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The Prague Spring, that was a critical moment in Havel’s life, was a period of political liberalization in Czechoslovakia in 1968. The Prague Spring reforms were an attempt by Dubcek, the Communist leader of Czechoslovakia, to grant additional rights to its citizens. But the Soviets sent thousands of Warsaw Pact troops and tanks to occupy the country. The Warsaw Pact was the Communist version of Nato. In those years, the US and other western countries did not support the Prague Spring and its poor pro-democracy activists, as they did not support other uprisings in the Eastern Europe, like the Hungarian revolution. Some said that it’s a tactic of the cold war. But in the recent years, even the Hollywood makes movies and TV series, like the Company (2007), about the western hypocrisy and western betrayals in the Eastern Europe during the cold war. It’s like the story of our time. The hypocrite western leaders refused to help Iranians and Syrians. They pretended that the brutal dictators in Iran and Syria are enemy of the west, but they did not support the movements against these brutal dictators. But it’s not the whole story. Anyone with eyes open know that the hypocrite western leaders supported these brutal dictators. The hypocrite western leaders, their companies and their media aided the Mullahs and Assad in suppressing and killing the people. They make love with Mullah Mafia and support them. They work with the Mullah embezzlers. They make love with the Mullahs and their families, and also with the Mullah mercenaries and the Mullah TVs in the US and the UK. The stupid western sanctions just hurt the ordinary people who hate the Mullahs and fight against them (If you want to know more about these facts, check our archive). The stupid western sanctions are exactly like the political rhetoric, and its goal is clear: “Deceiving public opinion and the naive people in all around the world”. But the hypocrite western leaders should know all Iranians listen carefully to what they say and what they do. 2010s is not 1970s or 1950s. These days, if you want to be a hypocrite stupid bastard, it has a very high price. Being a hypocrite stupid bastard is a stupid, immoral and inhuman thing, but if you just know money and power, you should know that it has a very high price, too. It’s better you try to be a normal human. Being a hypocrite stupid bastard is just a sign of dreadful foolishness.


North Korean Dictator Died at 70

December 19, 2011

“North Korea’s dictator, Kim Jung il, has died at 70. Kim’s death was announced today, 19 December 2011, by the North Korean state TV in Pyongyang”, the media reported. Wow, such a historic year is 2011. Even in its last days, it has great news. The North Koreans are so lucky that their dictator went to hell, without any protest. Now they can get rid of the whole brutal dictatorship, if they go to the streets. The revolution and uprising in North Korea, the closest society in the world? Yah, why not, it’s not impossible. The young North Koreans can create a great uprising there. They can put an end to the Kim family’s brutal dictatorship. The young North Koreans can learn from their counterparts in all around the world. 2011 is really the best year for the death of North Korean dictator. But the North Korean propaganda machine still is a joke. The media reported: “The North Korea’s state TV said: ‘Our great leader Comrade Kim Jung-il passed away at 8:30 a.m. on Dec. 17’. The tearful and weeping presenter, dressed in black funeral attire, announced that Kim had died two days earlier of ‘physical and mental over-work‘ [!!]”. It’s really a good joke. Some say: “Apparently he died on Dec. 17 of heart attack while he was on a domestic train trip”. The media also added: “North Korea’s state-run news agency, KCNA, urged people to unite behind the dictator’s son. ‘All party members, military men and the public should faithfully follow the leadership of comrade Kim Jung-un and protect and further strengthen the unified front of the party, military and the public,’ KCNA said. But the comrade Kim Jung-un is a little kid, 27 ! In fact, the little Kim is a little kid. Some say: “Kim’s death will cause huge shock waves across North Korea. Kim’s death could herald ‘very unstable times’ in North Korea

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“Kim Jung il extended a cult of personality, when many of the nations 24 million citizens lived on an average income of less than a dollar a day. He was likely born in the Soviet Union in 1941, when his father and other Korean communist exiles receiving military and other training. Kim lived a life of privilege in the capital, Pyongyang, when his family returned to the divided peninsula in 1945. Kim likely spent many of his younger years in China to receive an education and to keep him safe during the 1950-1953 Korean War. Kim joined the ruling Workers Party of Korea in 1964 and quickly rose through its ranks. By 1973, he was the partys secretary of propaganda, and in 1974 his father anointed him as his successor. Kim Jung Il inherited power after his father, North Korean founder Kim il Sung, in 1994. And in September 2010, Kim Jung il unveiled his third son, the twenty-something Kim Jung Un, as his successor, putting him in high-ranking posts. The communist country’s ‘Dear Leader’ reputed to have had a taste for cigars, cognac and gourmet cuisine – was believed to have had diabetes and heart disease”, the media reported. The youngest son of the dictator, is a baby-faced 27-year-old kid, who can covert into a brutal dictator, if the young North Koreans were stupid and inactive as their parents. But 2011 is the year of uprisings and revolutions, and a little stupid kid, should not become their “dear great leader” again. 2012 can be the last year of North Korean Dictatorship, if the young North Koreans create an uprising, and the world help them and support them.

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“The dictator Kim rarely spoke in public, almost never traveled abroad and has an official biography that is steeped in propaganda but lacking in concrete substance. Like his father, Kim had a fear of flying, and always traveled by private armored train for state visits to Russia and China“, the media reported. In fact, Kim had a fear of death, like other brutal dictators. But finally he died, and the people got rid of him. Kim was a brutal dictator, but like other brutal dictators, from Hitler and Gaddafi to Saddam and Khamenei, Kim had his own hobbies. The media reported: “Kim was said to be a film fan, owning a collection of more than 20,000 films. He loved Hong Kong action films and any movie starring Elizabeth Taylor. He was the author of the book ‘On the Art of the Cinema’. In 1978, on Kim’s orders, South Korean film director Shin Sang-ok and his actress wife Choi Eun-hee were kidnapped in order to build a North Korean film industry [!]” But Kim was very brutal and hypocrite. “Kim Jung Il had been groomed for 20 years to lead the communist nation founded by his father and built according to the principle of “juche,” or self-reliance. But North Korea even is unable to feed its own people. In 1990s, following the famine, the number of North Koreans fleeing the country through China rose dramatically. Hundreds of thousands of North Koreans died in the famine in the 1990s. But Kim Jung il and his propaganda machine said: ‘People of the world, if you are looking for miracles, come to Korea. Do not believe in God. Believe in the great man’. During a visit to China in 1983, Chinese leader Hu Yaobang advised him to promote tourism. But Kim said that tourists would be able to identify North Koreas defenses [!]”, the media reported. All brutal dictators are exactly like each other.

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“Kim il Sung (1912 -1994), fought for independence from Korea’s colonial ruler, Japan, from a base in Russia. He emerged as a communist leader after returning to Korea in 1945 after Japan was defeated in World War II. With the peninsula divided between the Soviet the U.S., Kim il Sung was appointed as North Korea’s leader in 1948 by Russians. The North invaded the South in 1950, sparking a war that would last three years, kill millions of civilians. Kim il Sung meshed Stalinist ideology with a cult of personality that encompassed him and his son. North Korea’s propaganda machine refers to Kim il Sung as the ‘Great Leader’, and to Kim Jung il as ‘Dear Leader’. Their portraits hang in every building in North Korea and on the lapels of every dutiful North Korean”, the media reported. The poor North Koreans really live in an Animal Farm, exactly like Iranians, Syrians, etc. The media also added: “Kim had at least three sons with two women, as well as a daughter by a third. His eldest son, Kim Jung Nam, 38, is believed to have fallen out of favor with his father after he was caught trying to enter Japan on a fake passport in 2001 saying he wanted to visit Disney’s Tokyo resort . His two other sons by another woman, Kim Jung Chul and Kim Jung Un, are in their 20s. Their mother reportedly died several years ago. Kim Jung-il’s youngest son, Kim Jung Un, 27, is his father heir. In October 2010, he appeared with his father at a mass-scale military parade, orchestrated to showcase Pyongyang’s might as it builds support for another hereditary power transfer.”

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“Kim Jung-un, or Kim Jung-eun, formerly Kim Jung-woon, is the third and youngest son of the North Korean dictator. He was born in 1984. He attended the English-language International School of Berne, Switzerland until 1998 under a pseudonym. His classmates said: ‘It must have been 1993 when he came to the school. His English was bad at first. He was surrounded by the best gadgets that the rest of us kids couldn’t afford -TVs, video recorder, a Sony PlayStation. He had a cook, a driver, a private teacher. We watched a lot of kung-fu films -especially Jackie Chan movies. After school we met at the basketball court and threw a few baskets, with both of us pretending to be Michael Jordan. We spoke about girls, and at weekends there were parties and a lot of under-age drinking. Most of all he listened to the North Korean national anthem, which we must have heard 1,000 times together. He left without getting any exam results at all. He was much more interested in football and basketball than lessons’. He studied at a top private school in Switzerland. He reportedly stayed in Switzerland until late 1999 or early 2000 when former classmates claimed he disappeared”, the media reported. When the majority of North Koreans live in poverty, the hypocrite Comrades live in luxury with the people money. It’s the classic story of all “Animal Farms”. But in 2010s, all brutal dictators and all “Animal Farms” can say hello to their end, if the world support the suppressed people, and stop helping the brutal dictators. When the world and the west refused to help Iranians and Syrians, they just showed the depth of their stupidity and hypocrisy. But the world can be a better and safer place for all people, if the brutal dictators in Iran, Syria, North Korea, etc. go to hell.

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The little kid, Kim Jung-un is expected to become dictator of the country after his father. Of course, some believe that Jung-un’s uncle Chang Sung-taek will act as regent, as Jung-un is too inexperienced to immediately lead the country. Now, the North Koreans are in shock. And it’s quite normal. The brutal dictators picture as god or super human, and their life is a mystery. The media reported: “Few firm facts are available when it comes to North Korea, and not much is clear about the man who was called ‘Dear Leader’, ‘fearless leader’ and ‘the great successor to the revolutionary cause’, by their propaganda machine. Kim Jung-il was the centre of an elaborate personality cult inherited from his father”. Even the little kid, the little Kim, had the same story. “For many years, only one confirmed photograph of him was known outside North Korea, apparently taken in the mid-1990s, when he was eleven. The first official image of him as an adult was a group photograph released on 30 September 2010 at the end of the party conference that effectively anointed him, in which he is seated in the front row, two places from his father”, the media added. But now in 2011, everything has changed, and the dictators can not fool the people by this sort of old dirty tricks. The young North Koreans can learn from their counterparts in all around the world. The above picture, that shows the little Kim among the stupid generals that are the old farts and the old ass-kissers, is very meaningful. These stupid old farts want to fool the people in North Korea. But can they succeed in their evil plan in 2011? Maybe we would see a serious power struggle in North Korea, but the North Korean youths can shock the whole world, if they rise up and wake up in the last days of the year of uprisings and revolutions.