Vaclav Klaus: anti-Russian propaganda of the West absurd
The former head of the Czech Republic Vaclav Klaus in an interview to the newspaper The Spectator attitude of the US and the EU to Russia.
" Anti-Russian propaganda from the US and EU incredibly ridiculous, and I can't afford to accept it, " says Klaus. The politician believes that the hostility of the West towards Russia is connected with wrong views on it.
Klaus says that for a long time remember the words of one of the politicians, who said that a strong aversion to communism does not allow him to read Dostoevsky." These words I will remember for a long time, and I'm afraid that the current Anti-Russian propaganda is based on a similar logic and way of thinking, " he said, noting that to compare the current Russian Federation with the USSR is just silly.
The former head of the Czech Republic in the conversation The Spectator also said " attack on freedom " in the European Union associated with pressure on individuals, supporting " unfashionable " trends. Klaus said that for the first time in 20 years, he is faced with a situation when he is invited to speak at the Symposium, but in the end, fail, learn about its attitude to the EU, same-sex marriages and the Ukrainian crisis.