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Vendetta Group Protests At Parliament Open Day

On the 22nd anniversary of the Velvet Revolution yesterday, a group of masked protesters from the so-called Vendetta initiative kept the spirit of the revolution alive, protesting at Open Day in Parliament.

After queuing to get in, the young activists took the floor in the chamber, giving a speech and refusing to leave until their Constitutional demands were met. Back in July three members of the group of masked demonstrators padlocked the doors to parliament in an effort to draw attention to the arrogance of politicians and their underhand practices, citing theft, corruption and almost mafia-like behaviour among Slovak MPs.

V for Vendetta, inspiration for the protest

This time the protesters were eventually peacefully escorted off the premises by security with no charges pressed.

The group’s vigilante identity Vendetta and the masks they wear, are taken from the classic film ‘V for Vendetta’, which was a ten-issue dystopian comic book series written by Alan Moore, set in adystopian future United Kingdom imagined in the 1980s to 1990s. A mysterious revolutionary who calls himself “V” works to destroy the totalitarian government, profoundly affecting the people he encounters. Warner Bros. released the classic film adaptation in 2006.

1 Comment for “Vendetta Group Protests At Parliament Open Day”


    I know the feeling Vendatta .

    The Editor enjoys censorship and coverup of his own wrong doings and in my small efforts to draw attention to his arrogance , underhand practices, citing possible corruption and actions almost considered to be Slovak-like behaviour and normal here ….he deletes, changes or amends my comments or name without my permit .

    OK for one to dip in the cookie jar, but if you are someone else then slap your wrist .

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