We are not like them.
I strongly disagree with Havel's (or, in case of Poland, Mazowiecki's) sentiment. It's like, toutes proportions gardees, refusing to punish Nazis for their crimes. The Mazowiecki's "thick line" caused post-communists and former special agents to have a grip on an economy, having heavy influence in press; for me, personally, the thought that former UB workers (communist secret service) have high pensions while the many former oppositionists lived in poverty is a crime against the justice.
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