'Oloupené Kosovo'
That there can be no freedom of expression under the dictatorial regimes was confirmed yet again by the state-owned Czech TV, supposedly a 'public service' which took part in the financing of the Vaclav Dvorak's documentary 'Stolen Kosovo' prior to Czech Government's recognition of the mafia state on Serbian territory, but now, after their FM announced recognition of the fake state, refused to air it.

According to the Czech daily Aktualne, the representatives of the state television justify their refusal to show the one-hour documentary about the suffering of the Serbs in Kosovo-Metohija province by claiming the documentary is 'unbalanced' and marked with 'pro-Serbian bias', so 'the tone of the documentary could cause negative emotions'. To which Dvorak responded that the same could be said for the 'Holocaust documentaries, where the Nazi Germany side and views were also appropriately ignored'.