Czech writer Jaromir Nohavica received a medal of merit on consolidating friendship between the people on Sunday at a ceremony marking the Day of National Unity. His gratitude by Russian President Vladimir Putin in the Kremlin provoked contradictory reactions. See the most interesting social networks.
Recognizing the contribution of culture or affection to Putin? Some memes try to make the medal make funny lighting. Other comments were given by a singer who had previously collaborated with StB, specifically on the gang.
For example, political satiror Fear says that Nohavitsa also distributes the well-known magazine Ctilistek. Some parts of his songs also refer to the situation, such as the song "I have a scar on my lips in which I sing" I spoke to the presidents, I met the killers, I came naked and went naked, I saw Russian tanks … "
Pushkin's medal received 940 people from the Russian president. In the past, for example, former Czech President Vaclav Klaus received in 2007. This was taken over in March by Czech-Russian President Jiri Klapka.
Last year, Nohavica won a state award from Czech President Milo Zeman. He is proud of the Silver Arrowhead for the development of the Czech-Russian relations, which was given by the Kremlin last year.
Jarek Nohavica also shares the Cytistek pic.tvitter.com/ Vs7IVpALkP
– Fear cz (@ STRACHcz) November 5, 2018
I thank Jarko that the ceremony embarrassed his co-pilot jacket on both buttons and sleeves five centimeters longer than the label needed. Good time! # Jarko resistance # Nohavitsa # Putin pic.tvitter.com/BKO6OpRuhJ
– Michal Karaman (@ michal_karaman) November 4, 2018
Tuning TMBK via Pavel Zahradnik pic.tvitter.com/KsjMJ9M1z25
– Last Scout ™ (@ Last Update) November 4, 2018
Others respond to international cases related to Russia.
Via facebook. ?# JaromirNohavica# Nohavitsa pic.tvitter.com / 6HGSHaOFP4
– Petan (@ PetrTnv) November 5, 2018
Others seek an analogy in the Czech Republic.
Fig. 1 is a new figure 2
(photo: https: //t.co/v0ZvUgA7Lz and M. Ružička, MAFRA)# Nohavitsa # Putin # Prchal # Babysh pic.tvitter.com/RL7N6VUKMu
– jan kudlaček (@ kudlacekjan) November 4, 2018
The medal was also commented on by some politicians.
He called me Nohavitsa.
I did not understand.
– Karel Schvarzenberg (@ schvarzenbergk) November 4, 2018
I have a feeling for this photo. Probably like somebody caught a woman with neighbor Jirka or knowing her daughter in care. https: //t.co/CzBirgoD1V
– Mirek Topolanek (@ MirekTopolanek) November 4, 2018
Before 89 he sat with a bitch at the table. But he did not go to the room until 2018. Twice.# nohavica
– Chrudosh Doshka (@ chrudosz) November 4, 2018
Some commentators believe that Nohavic's gratitude from the Russian ruler is the culmination of his cooperation with the StB.
These (and not only) once # Nohavitsa he'll have to apologize. pic.tvitter.com/f0eirV2HZb
– Jana Spekhorstova (@ spekhorstova) November 4, 2018
Trains drive from Moscow,
to the edge of the world,
to the Ural concentration camp, Sibir,
people, are you there?
Jarek set his red star on the forehead,
but until she whistles have not died yet.
Deep down # Nohavitsa # Czech # Ostrava # Kreml # Putin
– František Nejedli (@ FrantaNejedli) November 4, 2018
According to the Faculty of Social Sciences of Masaryk University in Brno, "Nohavits, by taking the Pushkin Prize from the hand of President Putin, legitimizes an authoritarian regime that eliminates its criticism."
The deputy of the FSS: Nohavits, taking over the Pushkin Prize from President Putin, legitimizes an authoritarian regime that liquidates its criticism. It is sad to see that, because of its pleasure in the Kremlin's brilliance, it is ready to actively help an aggressive policy directed against human freedom.
– Social faculty. studies (@ MUNI_FSS) November 5, 2018