General Pavel made a contribution to the Czech borderland

After a long time to send some wishes towards the Castle. Not to get something, but to move something together. In the words of Miroslav Tyrš: Let’s fight! FB photo by General Pavel

In the social sciences, we sometimes write about a desirable state as if it were already true. For example, when it comes to the fact that no one comes to the grandmothers in the borderland to help them with the papers for the housing allowance, it is written: “After the reform of social care in sparsely populated areas, especially in the Sudetenland, there was a sharp increase in positively processed applications, which may be related with the decline of the protest votes cast in our now summer blooming borderlands.’

No reform has been carried out, although everyone knows that it should have been carried out a long time ago. In the above form, however, it is possible to write about the context that would arise if someone finally reached those grandmothers, and the former heroines of the hard Sudeten border work would finally have the same conditions as senior women in Pilsen or Hradec, for example.

The form of writing about the future, as if it had already happened, has the nature of a letter to Jesus. When you write to Jesus, you should wish for something that can actually be received from relatives and friends thanks to Jesus. With a friendly request, the offer in the Santa Claus ticket is channeled, and you don’t look like bees flew away at Tannenbaum.

Considering that in 2023 General Pavel, after two cycled egomaniacs at the Castle, appears as someone who will devote himself to the Czech country, it is worth trying to write an article that will present the balance sheet from the spring of 2027, i.e. a year before the next presidential election .

The ticket will of course be from the Sudetenland, because the overall direction of Czech society is best manifested in two places: in the Sudetenland and in the state of the Roma community.

The meeting of initiatives of the Czech border guard supported President Pavel

Cheb, May 2027

The second year of the meeting of initiatives of the Czech border area was once again held as a folk festival with workshops and information stands. The square in Cheb was pumped up in the early evening by the local band Daydream, who played the old song of the band Lucie “I don’t want to return anymore, where we were miserable”, dedicated as a loud memory to presidents Klaus and Zeman.

And also to Andrej Babiš, who has not yet announced whether he will run again next year. Political scientists consider his candidacy unlikely even in view of the latest developments surrounding the ANO movement.

Petr Pavl managed to restore the informal authority of the presidency during his first presidential term. He did not need to bend the constitution, on the domestic scene he was helped from the beginning of his mandate by the diplomatic performance he performed as the president of a small country when Belarus joined the Russian attack on Ukraine. The magazine Politico included Pavel among the twenty personalities who probably averted the third world war in 2024.

On the domestic scene, the president used the weight of his office to promote systematic work in troubled and sparsely populated regions. “I will be a partner of those who do not expect anything good from the state,” he said at the beginning of his mandate. A year later, with his famous brevity, he added right here in Cheb: “A map full of blind spots is useless, only robbers who know their region benefit from it.”

The president joined a number of associations and civic initiatives in the borderlands — always with the request that he could send a crowd for him to the general meetings, because he is very busy with his job and therefore has less time for his civic activities. It is to his credit that he attended part of the general meetings in person, arriving unannounced and without television crews.

The President actively communicated with the political representation of structurally weak regions and publicly commented on legal initiatives in their favor. When Veronika Nanárová told him at a meeting in Ústí nad Labem that he was a “good guy”, he called on the Roma to give this designation as a reward to their neighbors from the majority. The idea caught on, and the badge with the inscription “Dobrej Gadjo”, which can only be given by a Roma, now functions as a badge that its wearers are proud of and wear in public.

But it didn’t stop at badges. The president did not displace people who are afraid, afraid of the euro, afraid of war, don’t want to lose their minimum security, are not interested in what is happening in Brno, let alone in Ukraine, do not understand high-flying words, want to increase their salary and go on that holiday sometime . Not abroad, because they won’t get along there. Golden South Bohemian ponds.

After the presidential elections in 2023, it seemed that Babiš would surely win the next parliamentary elections. But the trend was broken, because Babiš’s lies about someone wanting war just because he is a general woke people up first, but then caused a strange hangover. Part of Babiš’s clientele stayed at home instead of mobilizing. A horse also doesn’t look forward to salami just because it’s horse salami.

Babiš’s campaign was ineffective then, in 2023. They began to talk matter-of-factly about the fact that the biggest problem of this state is the outflow of educated people from the borderlands. For thirty years, university students have not returned to their original homes, the standard is falling at all schools. Those who are on industrial training should be on an apprenticeship, and what about those on apprenticeships — when they leave them, they are unemployable because they can’t do anything, so they end up working as a laborer.

President Pavel contributed to social justice and social harmony in the Czech Republic and significantly improved the country’s international reputation. In Cheb, several times it was heard from the podium that he had contributed to the Czech borderland, in Liberec they are thinking of embedding this phrase in the pavement of their square.

You only write a letter to Santa Claus if you believe that Santa Claus exists

And so we could continue. It is before the second round of the presidential election. I will believe that Babiš will not win when all the votes are counted. But there is still a glimmer of hope. The political act of Danuš Nerudová changes the local public culture. Supporting an opponent, even with a team of volunteers, means exercising trust.

Danuše Nerudová and Petr Pavel led a long, expensive, professional campaign. This is also not a matter of course in a country where the democratic parties have not nominated anyone.

We have reason to hope and can send some wishes towards the Castle after a long time. Not to get something, because Babiš desecrated the word “get”, but to move something together. In the early days of Sokol, Miroslav Tyrš liked to use the words “tužme se” and “ruch”. Ruch in the sense of movement and activity — there was even a magazine Ruch filosofický at the time.

It seems to me that with this general in the Castle, with Tyrš’s foreign exchange behind us, we could move forward a bit.

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