Sunday, March 04, 2007

Wait for the snow

Anti-Nazi activists, foreground right and left, clash with members of ultra-right winged party Narodni Odpor (National Resistance), person, on ground, in the city of Beroun some 50 km (about 35 miles) west of Prague, Czech Republic, Saturday, Feb. 24, 2007. Several dozen Anti-Nazi activists clashed with members of ultra-right winged Party Narodni Odpor (National Resistance) when they were trying to stop their rally. Narodni Odpor held a rally against the possible U.S. anti-missile radar base in Czech Republic. The banner reads: 'You want white Czech Republic? Wait for the snow!'. Political membership of persons in background is not identified. (AP Photo/Petr David Josek)

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At 12:45 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

beating up nazis = definitely good, but do the antifa have a problem with the u.s. missile base? is it some kind of czech variant of the "anti-deutsch" abomination?

At 6:13 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

*Photo1: nazis
*Photo2: nazis
*Photo3: grey antifa, black nazi
*Photo4: grey antifa, black nazi, black with pole antifa
*Photo5: all antifa except one nazi on the ground anod leaving one in blue jeans behind

below text all antifa

Czech antifa is stcrictly against US missile or radar base, nazis too, but it is no reason for not to attack them everywhere and anytime.

Petr, Plzen/Pilsen, Czech. rep.


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