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Vaclav Havel, president of the Czech Republic, is not a messianic political leader for the Czechs who were driven out of their homeland by the Nazis and communists. These exiles do not identify with his "moral" and political profile.
In fact, the participants in the Second National Resistance (against Nazism), the Third National Resistance (against communism), and the Fourth National Resistance (against the fraudulent
"Velvet Revolution"), will not return to live in their country. Havel's regime in Czechoslovakia, made up of communists, ex-communists and fellow travelers, has not created an environment exiles can trust. Following are some facts that justify this distrust:

1. Havel's collaboration with the communists was such that, unlike genuine opponents of the former regime, he was able to travel abroad between imprisonments.
When Czechoslovakia was under merciless communist oppression, Havel even participated in a procommunist demonstration while in
New York.

2. Havel's ongoing
association with communists allowed him material advantages, Western recognition, an opportunity to build a political organization and a reputation as an anti-communist crusader.

3. Havel's alliance with communists in 1989 culminated in an agreement to start communist political reforms, to preserve communist interests and to stage the communist
"Velvet Revolution" in Prague. Later it was the communist parliament that unanimously elected Havel president.

4. Havel's first ambassador to the United States was a fanatic Stalinist during Czechoslovakia's darkest days of communist tyranny -- the 1940s,'50s and '60s.

5. Havel's first minister of foreign affairs was a dedicated communist during the Stalinist rule in Czechoslovakia, a Western-based correspondent who supplied communist media with
propaganda material. As foreign minister, he publicly displayed his disdain for Czech and Slovak exiles.

6. Havel's first minister of finance, later prime minister, held - the Communist Party line against exiles, compared them in a speech with Bolsheviks, and denied them the restitution for their confiscated property.

7. Havel's first parliament chairman, a
Moscow-trained communist and subsequently general secretary of the Czechoslovak Communist Party, after the Soviet invasion was active in the communist diplomatic service abroad and returned to communist-dominated Czechoslovakia to continue his lifelong service in the party. After the "Velvet Revolution" he became head of the Committee for a New Czechoslovak Constitution that never materialized.

8. Havel's ambassador to Canada, a stalwart communist, was a member of the Central Committee of the Slovak Communist Party.

9. Havel's consistent protection of his communist cronies has kept them immune from indictment and punishment for even the worst atrocities that were committed, and has made it possible for them to launder funds stolen under the old regime. This has enabled communists to become legal owners of new
"privatized" enterprises.

10. Havel's insistence that all Czech people share a
"collective guilt" for the communist rule has in effect absolved the communists of any responsibility for their crimes. It also has aroused political skepticism in the population devastated by a half-century of Nazi and communist occupation.

11. Havel's reliance on old domestic structures and foreign secret societies, his avoidance of popular presidential elections and of personal contacts with anti-totalitarian national forces abroad, his inability to prevent the breakup of his
constituency into more than 60 confusing political parties has caused the ultimate disintegration of the Czech Republic.

12. Havel's reluctance to identify himself with the 1,000-year-old -Czech spiritual heritage has isolated him from the anti-communist national core.

These are reasons why the great majority of Czechs in exile find Havel's character lacking and his incompetence intolerable, and believe he has proven himself unworthy to lead a free Czech Republic.


Prof. Dr. Ing. Libor Brom
(1923 - 2006)

Libor Brom was professor of Foreign Languages and Literatures and director of Russian Area Studies at the University of Denver.
He is the author of nine books and a great deal of studies in the field of Slavic culture and civilization.
In addition, he has lectured at numerous institutions of learning and before many civic and religious groups on education, literature, and international relations. He has appeared on three continents and often on radio and television.
A native Czechoslovakian, Dr. Brom was an American citizen. He received his education at the Czechoslovak Institute of Technology, School of Economics, the Charles University of Prague, School of law, the San Francisco State University, and the University of Colorado.
In Europe, Dr. Brom served as an economist and lawyer in International Business and as the chief planner in the research. development, and normalization of Czechoslovak river shipbuilding.
As a professor in the United States, he was selected by the Modern Language Association of America as the Teacher with Superlative Performance, named The American by Choice in Colorado, and received a National Americanism Medal.
In the College Book by the Ballantine Books of New York, 1984 he is named Denver University's best professor.
Dr. Brom served in the leadership of many national and international organizations and was imprisoned by both the Nazis and the Communists. He is listed in Who'S Who in America and Who's Who in the World.




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Prof. Libor Brom

Libor Brom 1923 to 2006 By Stephen McCulley

Libor Brom: "My Father, Ladislav Brom"

Smutne oznameni
Odesel velikan antikomunistickeho exilu

The World on Fire


Commitment or Holocaust

Marxist Fundamentals

The Velvet Revolution

Czech Leader Hasn't Won Over Exiles

The Woodlands Conference on Capital Preservation

Prof. Libor Brom on Liberals

Where is Your America?

The Soviet Union and the Czechoslovak Army, 1948-1983: Uncertain Allegiance
By Condoleezza Rice

Condi: The Condoleezza Rice Story

Letter from Paul Schlichter

Extraordinary, Ordinary People: A Memoir of Family
By Condoleezza Rice

Pred Portugalskem

Prof. Dr. Ing. Libor Brom, Reditel studii ruske oblasti, University of Denver

Novy boj proti kapitalismu

Vaclav Havel radi narodum Evropy

Odesel Velikan Narodniho Exilu: Prof. Dr. Josef Kalvoda

Vaclav Havel radi narodum Evropy


Sarka Visnakova



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Message from Rafael Brom

Main Home Page - Prof. Libor Brom



Allen West on Communism in America



The Experts Agree ... Gun Control Works!
Godless Liberals Agree with Gun Control Experts:
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and many other Mass Murderers.



Marx & Satan

Why do the Chinese police continue to beat and imprison Christians? The father of their hatred, Karl Marx, expresses his desire to crush Christianity. This book provides an examination of Marx’s poetry, plays, correspondence and biographical accounts.

Author: Richard Wurmbrand
Edition: Paperback
Pages: 143 pp.
Topic/Country: Communism/Marxism/Socialism

This book is renamed to
Karl Marx and the Satanic Roots of Communism


Karl Marx and the Satanic Roots of Communism
by Richard Wurmbrand


Karl Marx, coauthor of the revolutionary text The Communist Manifesto, grew up in a Christian family, and his early writings showed belief in a Christian worldview. Yet, in his adulthood Marx embraced a deep personal rebellion against God and all Christian values. In Karl Marx and the Satanic Roots of Communism, Richard Wurmbrand explores the development of Marx’s anti-religious perspective that led to the philosophical foundations of communism.

By examining Marx’s writings as well as biographical accounts, Wurmbrand builds a convincing case that Marx adhered to a belief system which opposes God. Through Marx’s own statements, his hatred for God is revealed along with his desire for “the forcible overthrow of all existing social conditions,” including abolishing all religion and all morality.

Karl Marx and the Satanic Roots of Communism provides significant insight into why Christians and the church have been targeted by Marxists and Communists alike as it exposes the evil roots of a theory and government system that continue to persecute Christians today. The evidence also helps the reader answer the question of whether communism and Christianity can coexist—a question that is still relevant today.



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