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Czechs Could Face 3 Years in Prison For Supporting Russia on Social Media

Police warn they are monitoring Internet discussions about the war.

By Paul Joseph Watson | 1 March 2022

SUMMIT NEWS — People in the NATO-member state of Czechia have been warned that they could face up to three years in prison if they express support for Russia on social media.

Yes, really.

The country’s Attorney General Igor Stríž announced in a press release that it was “necessary to inform citizens that the current situation associated with the Russian Federation’s attack on Ukraine may have implications for their freedom of expression.”

The limitations are being imposed under the umbrella of criminal code measures that make it a crime to approve a criminal offence or deny, question, approve or justify genocide.

“[F]reedom of speech also has its limits in a democratic state governed by the rule of law,” asserted Stríž, announcing that anyone who “publicly (including at demonstrations, on the Internet or on social networks) agreed (accepted or supported the Russian Federation’s attacks on Ukraine) or expressed support or praised the leaders of the Russian Federation in this regard, they could also face criminal liability under certain conditions.” […]

2 Comments on Czechs Could Face 3 Years in Prison For Supporting Russia on Social Media

  1. This only used to apply to anyone who dared to question any aspect of the holocaust but no has been extented to anyone with a brain who dares to question the Western media cancellation of a whole country , Russia. Does the Czech Republic rely on any gas or oil supplies from Russia ? Just asking as its looking bad for European energy supples and all these countries castigating Put / Russia may find themselves left out in the cold come next autumn .

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