Final Word from Wednesday, November 18, 2020



Violating the 9pm curfew is subject to a fine of up to Kč 20,000, but the police won't enforce it if people stay in stores until the new mandatory closing time, effective today, of 9pm. By stating this, Health Min. Jan Blatný in essence confirmed that the objective of the government's covid-19 measures isn't so much to see that they are obeyed. Most people are law-abiding citizens and do indeed honor the rules, but the government isn't going out of its way to crack down on the scofflaws. If it did, people would understand better what is happening to them. The West is in the stage of gradually breaking the will of the people, with the help of the vast majority of the media and the elite of society. Czechs have had their rights curtailed more this year than at any other time in their 1,000-year history, and anyone who objects is ostracized. However, brutal enforcement of these unfreedoms won't begin until the next stage, once a dangerous minority has woken up to the new reality. [ Czech Republic retail sales restrictions ]

Glossary of difficult words

lite - denoting a low-fat or low-sugar version of a manufactured food or drink product; denoting a simpler or less challenging version of a particular thing or person;

to crack down - to take severe measures against;

scofflaw - a person who flouts the law, esp. by failing to comply with a law that is difficult to enforce effectively;

to curtail - to impose a restriction on; to reduce in extent or quantity;

to ostracize - to exclude from a society or group;

unfreedom - a limitation of one's freedoms; the condition of being unfree.

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