'Egg Revolution' Cracks Open in Czech Republic
by Tom McGregor    Mon, Nov 17, 2014, 09:33 PM

$ 1Beggczech.jpgEgg Revolutionaries are demanding regime change in the Czech Republic. 

According to the BBC News, "Thousands of people have protested against Czech President Milos Zeman on the 25th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution, which ended communist rule. Demonstrators carried football-style red cards as a warning to Mr Zeman, while others threw eggs. One accidentally hit the German president."

Egg-throwing separatists in the Czech Republic are calling for deeper sanctions against Russia. 

As reported by the BBC News, "Many are angry with Mr Zeman, who they see as too sympathetic to Russia. The Velvet Revolution began on 17 November 1989 when police attacked a student protest."

No word yet on when Sen. John McCain (R.-Az.) will appear on the streets of Prague to lead another regime change Maidan-style revolution.

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