Thousands of citizens protested in Prague, Czech Republic on Wednesday under the motto “Czechia First.”
The protesters rallied against NATO and the EU elites destroying their way of life. The group was organized by a group who call themselves “politically unaffiliated citizens.”
The protesters want direct gas supply negotiations with Russia at low prices.
There were rallies in several cities on Wednesday.
Thousands of people gathered on Prague’s Wenceslas Square to protest against the policies of the Fiala government on Wednesday. The protest in Prague held under the motto “Czechia First” is organized by a group who describe themselves as “politically unaffiliated citizens”. pic.twitter.com/XI1sVKYmXr
— BNN Czechia (@BNNCzechia) September 29, 2022
Prague Czech Republic Stunning Scenes Thousands gather in protest against soaring inflation directly attributed to NATO and EU Policies that are destroying their lives…. It’s happening Everywhere pic.twitter.com/iZbfOQQe9a
— (@riseupandresist) September 29, 2022
As The Gateway Pundit reported earlier — In July, Czech households paid the highest price in Europe for electricity; and yet, something many Czechs see only as a cruel joke, the country remains among the largest exporters of electricity in the world.
Czech leaders continue to export electricity as their own citizens fall further into debt.
According to Prague Morning,
People living in Prague pay the highest price for electricity in all of Europe, according to the purchasing power parity of the currency. This index includes member states and countries outside the EU, such as Switzerland, Norway, and Russia.
According to the study, the people of Prague paid roughly 52 euro cents per kilowatt-hour in July. That is roughly twice as much as what residents of Bratislava pay and approximately three times more compared to the costs of residents of Budapest or Moscow.
Prague’s residents also pay almost four times more than households in the Swiss capital of Bern and over four times as much as households in Oslo, Norway.
The Czechs have the highest electricity prices in Europe today.
Via Prague Morning.
The anti-sanctions protest:
The movement in the Czech Republic, which managed to rally 70,000 people in Prague a month ago, calls on its supporters to demonstrate at Wenceslas Square at 2PM this Wednesday.
The organisation behind the protest calls for the exit of the pic.twitter.com/3wQxDw0KFc
— Ioan Haboczki (@haboczki) September 28, 2022