Sovereignty’s politics are straightforward: a mix of Czech nationalism, euroscepticism and the anti-elite, outsider rhetoric that many people like to call populism. It is, its website makes clear, a party ‘…defending the interests of citizens of the Czech Republic…’ with the conservatve-nationalist strap-line “Law, Labour, Order”
Congratuations to MF Dnes for publishing one of the most sinister images of a politician I’ve ever seen. (“No, Mr. Bond. I expect you to die.”) It is also, in its way, one of the most beautiful. Click on the image to see Milos Zeman’s hard-earned lines and crags.
Unfortunately, I think the text contains a misprint, suggesting that Zeman rejects Islam as “anticivilization” because of it’s relationship to women. I think Zeman actually was referring to something else even nearer to his heart. Here’s the correct version, I think: