I am glad that I could have helped in November 1989. I was scared but I dived head first.
Lubomír Sazovský was born on the 9th of August 1956 in Frenštát pod Radhoštěm at the foot of the Beskydy Mountains. Growing up, he lived with his parents and his older brother in a neighbourhood close to the barracks which were, after the invasion of the armies of the Warsaw Pact in August 1968, occupied by the Soviet army. He went to a trade school and became an office machines and computers repairman. After he got married, he moved to Veřovice near Kopřivnice and started working in the Tatra car factory. As an amateur actor and later the chairman of the drama club, he collaborated with the M-klub in Kopřivnice. In November 1989, he helped organising anti-Communist demonstrations in Kopřivince and was one of those who initiated the establishment of local Civic Forum, which was founded in the youth club. In the free times after the Revolution, he was a longtime director of the cultural centre in Kopřivnice. In 2019, he participated in organising the demonstrations against Prime Minister Andrej Babiš.