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Right Bloc

Petr Cibulka (October 27, 1950 in Brno, Czechoslovakia) is a Czech politician and former dissident.

As one of signatories of Charter 77 Cibulka was repeatedly imprisoned for various fabricated offenses and spent a total of 5 years in prison before the Velvet revolution in 1989. During the Velvet revolution he was arrested and put in prison again but was released as the crowds gathered in front of the prison he was held in and demanded that he be freed.

Cibulka lists

In early 1990s he published a list of agents and collaborators of the Czechoslovak secret police StB, since then known as "Cibulka lists" ("Cibulkovy seznamy"). Until this time, this information had been kept secret and occasionally used as a way to discredit political opponents. The main opponent of publication was Václav Havel - then president of the country and a friend of Cibulka. There was a very public exchange of opinions ("Vašku ty jsi prase!", "Václav, you are a pig!"), which effectively ended their friendship. The lists eventually contained tens of thousands of people with various ties to secret services. An electronic form with an easy search function was added later.

Years later, in 2003, similar though much shorter lists were published officially by the Czech government and the very few personal files kept by the StB were made public.

Several public personalities (for example the actress Jiřina Bohdalová) sued the government, because they were unjustifiably included in the "informers files" - and some of them won their cases.

Other activities

Cibulka is publisher of the online political journal "UNCENSORED NEWS" [1] ("NECENZUROVANÉ NOVINY", the usage of uppercase letters is intentional and used frequently throughout his texts).

Cibulka is founder and leader of a tiny political party "The Right Bloc" ("Pravý blok"). The complete name of the party, as it appears on election ballots in 2008, is:[2]

Volte Pravý Blok - stranu za snadnou a rychlou ODVOLATELNOST politiků a státních úředníků přímo občany, za NÍZKÉ daně, VYROVNANÝ rozpočet, MINIMALIZACI byrokracie, SPRAVEDLIVOU a NEZKORUMPOVANOU policii a justici, REFERENDA a PŘÍMOU demokracii WWW.CIBULKA.NET, kandidující s nejlepším protikriminálním programem PŘÍMÉ demokracie VY NEVĚŘÍTE POLITIKŮM A JEJICH NOVINÁŘŮM? NO KONEČNĚ! VĚŘME SAMI SOBĚ!!! - ale i s mnoha dalšími DŮVODY, proč bychom měli jít tentokrát VŠICHNI k volbám, ale - pokud nechceme být ZNOVU obelháni, podvedeni a okradeni - NEVOLIT žádnou parlamentní stranu vládnoucí (post) komunistické kriminální fízlokracie!!! – jenž žádá o volební podporu všechny české občany a daňové poplatníky, kteří chtějí změnit dnešní kriminální poměry, jejichž jsme všichni obětí, v jejich pravý opak! V BOJI MEZI DOBREM A ZLEM, PRAVDOU A LŽÍ, NELZE BÝT NEUTRÁLNÍ A PŘESTO ZŮSTAT SLUŠNÝ!!! Proto děkujeme za Vaši podporu!!! byla založena pod původním názvem Pravý Blok již v r.1996 poté, co politicky, programově i lidsky totálně selhala vedoucí politická reprezentace tehdejší uměle založené a vždy spolehlivě kontrolované pseudopravicové Demokratické unie, stojící na dávno překonaných principech "demokratického centralismu", prázdných ideologiích a zejména na nedůvěře ve schopnosti svobodné a zodpovědné lidské bytosti vládnout sama sobě.

Literal translation of the name into English (formatted as bullet list):

Vote for the Right Bloc
  • - the party for the easy and fast RECALL of politicians and state officials directly by the citizens, for LOW taxes, a BALANCED budget, the MINIMIZATION of bureaucracy, a JUST and UNCORRUPT police force and legal system, PUBLIC REFERENDA and DIRECT democracy WWW.CIBULKA.NET, campaigning with the best anti-criminal program of DIRECT democracy
  • YOU DON'T TRUST THE POLITICIANS AND THEIR JOURNALISTS? AT LAST! LET'S TRUST IN OURSELVES!!!
  • - but even with many other REASONS why we should ALL go to vote this time, but - unless we want to be deceived, cheated and robbed AGAIN - DON'T VOTE for any of the ruling parliamentary parties of this (post)-Communist criminal "cop"-ocracy!!!
  • - which asks for electoral support from all Czech citizens and taxpayers who want to change the current criminal situation of which we are all victims into its polar opposite.
  • IN THE STRUGGLE BETWEEN GOOD AND EVIL, TRUTH AND LIES, IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO BE NEUTRAL AND STILL REMAIN RESPECTABLE!!! For this reason we thank you for your help!!!
  • was originally established under the name "The Right Bloc" already in 1996 after witnessing the complete political, programmatic and humanistic failure of the then-ruling political representation, artificially-founded and forever reliably controlled by the pseudo-right Democratic Union party, standing in the name of long-since established principles of "democratic centralism" empty ideologies and namely the distrust in the ability of the free and responsible human being to rule one's own self.

Cibulka argues that the information blockade by the Czech media necessitated the use of this name to deliver his program to the public.

Notes

External links

Texts in Czech language:

  • Biography, written by Cibulka (bio is on the bottom of the page)
  • Online Cibulka lists, with searching
  • The party website

Other links in English:

  • WorldNetDaily, February 26, 2001
  • Dissident voices again, by J.R. Nyquist, WorldNetDaily, August 23, 2001
  • Operation Wedge: Something the CIA left in the trash
  • Communism is not dead! The Petr Cibulka interview, by J.R. Nyquist
  • In Eastern Europe Things Are Not What They Seem: An interview with Petr Cibulka, by Jan Malina, 10 March 2003
  • August 2003 Interview with Petr Cibulka, Questions posed by Jan Malina. Translation by Jan Malina
  • The Great Deception: An Interview With Petr Cibulka, Part I, by Jan Malina, 16 August 2004: part 2
  • Petr Cibulka Interview, Spring 2005 by Jan Malina. Edited by J.R. Nyquist: part 4

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