I think that no other laws would be necessary in the world if people adhered to the Ten Commandments
Svatopluk Bajer was born on May 27, 1947 in Rožnov pod Radhoštěm into a family of horse-wagon carters. His grandfather Florian used to transport linen from Rožnov weavers to Pressburg (Bratislava) and Pest (Budapest). After the abolition of his trade after 1948, the family earned their major income from agriculture. His father succumbed to the pressure and eventually joined the Unified Agricultural Cooperative in 1957. Svatopluk studied at the secondary school of agriculture in Rožnov pod Radhoštěm. In 1966 he started his basic military service in the Border Guard near Znojmo. After the disbandment of the Unified Agricultural Cooperative his father became an independent farmer and Svatopluk was helping him on the farm. A blocked sewer system, into which drained a covered stream that formed the boundary of their land, flooded their house in winter 1974. The house was damaged, then sold one year later and eventually torn down. The family moved into an apartment in the new prefabricated building at the new housing estate in Rožnov. They only sold their entire farmland when they managed to obtain a construction permit in exchange for the permission to sell, which the authorities were denying to Svatopluk for a long time. In 1977 he completed the construction of his new family house in Dolní Paseky and he still lives there with his wife. Svatopluk worked as an employee of the Grassland Research Station and as a watchman in the Loana factory.