[Video] “Something” has died in Slovakia. —–“Niečo” čo tu na Slovensku bolo, tu umrelo.

Yesterday,  my friend who knows me via NGLS project alerted me via Facebook about 19 years old Slovak student, who is protesting with hunger strike in front of the House of parliament since 17th November 2009. In few hours we have met this bold young man and talked to him and his father who brought him hot tea for 2 hours.

Adam Kurta, student with passion and clean heart showed to all of us, who are pretending not to see the reality of Slovakia and its arrogant political representatives. Adam is collecting signatures to cancel immunity of Slovak politicians towards law and their compulsory presence at the Parliament meetings, as this is their job and their responsibility towards us, citizens.  Watch Adam on video (in Slovak)  and his striking quote:

Something”  what was present in Slovakia, died…

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Včera ma môj dobrý priateľ upozornil cez Facebook na 19 ročného študenta, ktorý už šiesty deň drží hladovku vo svojom stane pre NR SR a zbiera podpisy na zrušenie poslaneckej imunity a povinnosť poslancov zúčastňovať sa na zasadnutiach NR SR.

O pár hodín sme už boli pri tomto statočnom úprimnom mladíkovi, ktorý sa svojim činom snaží poukázať na aroganciu slovenských politikov.  Dvojhodinový rozhvor aj s Adamovým otcom bol veľmi ľudsky emotívny zážitok.

Najsilnejší bol Adamov výrok:

Niečo čo tu na Slovensku bolo, tu zomrelo…

Viac o Adamovi Kurtovi si pozrite v nasledujúcom videu.

Adam, počítaj so mnou a ver mi, že nie si sám s takýmto názorom.

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