As the life of the Blaník Knights takes place alternately under the mountain and in front of the mountain, the life story of Švejnar is gymnastics here on the left, American, on the right, Czech leg. Covid-19 became the impulse for the latest transfer of weight from unsighted America to the Czech Republic.
For the first time in 1991, sunburned Svejnar appears as a lightning bolt from the sky on the Czech economic scene with the ambition to write a script for Czech privatization. The ambition with regard to the realization of a competitive package of ideas remains, but privatization notary Švejnar then retrofits his already exposed curriculum vitae in full fire consultants for three shifts, a tireless advisor and the phenomenon of university scholars.
The year is 2008 for the second time, the world is inevitably plunging into one of the greatest modern crises, and the Czech Republic is facing a difficult president's election. The era of John's second apparition and this time is ended by Václav Klaus. A year later, through another defeat in the battle for the seat of the European Commissioner in times of crisis peak, the fata morgan of the Czech economist begins to melt again.
This time the ungrateful Czech Republic finally set her arms and Švejnar changed. The baptism of the academic mage by fire will be late, but at a more tense moment. On the other hand, maybe the Czech Republic needs Svejnar right now. While the Czech Republic sometimes tends to slip into provincial froggy wars at bad times, Švejnar's American passport can at least be a guarantee of solving problems through the big world standard.