That second link has it all kinds of wrong. Yes, Havel was a humanist and he had apologized for crimes against deported Germans, whilst Klaus refused to do so (history is very, very gray on this subject, with nazis and all) however, Havel was a globalist and elitist, Agenda 21, Roman Club, Trilateral Commission, European Commission, humanitarian bombardment etc. you name it.
Havel did fight soviet tyranny and he was a humanitarian at heart, but he was far from a free-market liberty oriented politician. Which is why Klaus criticizes him so much, even though Havel is loved by 99% of Czechs, he is sort of a Dalai Lama here.
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