PRAVDA

AN ALLEGORICAL NEWSPAPER OF THE SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF AMERICA PUBLISHED IN WIDEMOUNT PENNSYLVANIA EDITOR ANTHONY J. FEJFAR B.A., J.D., ESQ., COIF

THIS IS A FICTIONAL, NEWS STORY, ANY RESEMBLENCE TO ANY REAL PERSON, PLACE, OR EVENT, IS PURELY COINCIDENTAL. © Copyright 2009 by Anthony J. Fejfar ATHIEST MATERIALISM IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC The Czech Republic appears to the casual viewer as a constitutional democracy. However, there really is not that much difference between the Czech Republic and the old regime of communist Czechoslovakia. The Czech parliament is

basically the Czech Politburo of the old communist regime. Moreover, the established “religion” of the Czech Republic is atheist materialism. Apparently, there is only one Christian/Catholic church in the Czech Republic and it is in Prague, and is really there for Czech Catholic tourists from America. In fact, the new regime of the Czech Republic, which is rabidly atheist materialist, is doing everything it can to destroy or murder American Czech Catholic both in Europe and the United States. There are reports that

Czech Catholic tourists in Prague, Czech Republic, or Baritslava, are being mugged and put on psychiatric wards by agents of the Czech Secret Police, the Czech KGB. Additionally, it is apparent that the “hero” of the Czech Republic, Vaclav Havel, was

really just a Czech politburo member who was ousted in a politburo shake up. In fact, it appears that Vaclav Havel is really Hungarian, and in the Hungarian KGB, who is currently taking his orders from Moscow. As you may recall, the Czech Republic is a

member of NATO. Given the situation above, it is a threat to American National Security for the Czech Republic to be in NATO, and receiving Classified or Top Secret NATO information. Finally, the American State Department should place the Czech Republic on the warning list, or even the restricted list, so that Americans do not naively travel there and become victims of violence by the Czech government.

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