— Voice of Europe (@V_of_Europe) January 27, 2018
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Just a marginal increase:
All is well.
Czech President: Rise of Muslims led to a significant increase in crime and violence in Europe https://t.co/HGAQfwDiwh
— Voice of Europe (@V_of_Europe) January 5, 2018
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Dream, Reality, NIGHTMARE: “The naivety and incompetence of the Czech bourgeoisie meant victory for the Communists in Cz. Forty years of undemocratic Communist rule had begun” – The Prague Communist museum pulling no punches on the realities of Left wing idealism. pic.twitter.com/sisogi4p8G
— Jonny Rose (@98rosjon) December 14, 2017
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The Polish government increasingly defies EU rules. Since Poland is the largest aid recipient, the EU is hopping mad.
Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic are all in open defiance of EU migration rules.
In addition, Poland’s Law & Justice party move to take control of the courts was condemned by the European Parliament and European Commission.
The situation is now to the point where various countries want to shut off aid to Poland, but given the EU treaty makes penalizing countries extremely difficult.
A strong majority of Europeans across 11 nations are opposed to the European Union’s (EU) immigration policies, including nearly nine in 10 Hungarians.
The survey was conducted by the Nézőpont Institute in Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, and Slovenia.
It revealed that 74 per cent of respondents in those countries believed that the EU’s migration policies have or will be negative for the continent.
Central Europeans were the most opposed, with 89 per cent of Slovaks and Hungarians holding a negative view of the policies, closely followed by 88 per cent of Czechs.
Meanwhile, 63 per cent of Austrians and 58 per cent of Germans also said the mass immigration overseen by the EU is bad for the bloc.
Furthermore, when asked about Hungary’s rejection of forced EU migrant quotas, 56 per cent of people in the Visegrád nations (Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia) say they agreed with the Hungarian premier’s fight against them.
“This could recreate a bloc reminiscent of the Habsburg Empire, which could push back against Berlin, Paris, and Brussels.”
This great video clip and its transcript on our YouTube Channel is taken from the Russian news, and it describes how a new power bloc may be forming on the territory of what was the Habsburg Empire, known also as the Holy Roman Empire, a misnomer in that it was neither Holy nor Roman.
Unlike the Austro-Hungarian Empire of old, Austria and Hungry today are becoming increasingly pro-Russian, along with the fellow Slavic country of the Czech Republic.
The victory of Austria’s young new leader follows the populist trend of late, and he’ll fit in well with his Hungarian and Czech counterparts, but time will tell what effect their cooperation will have on the Eurosceptic movement, European Populism, and relations with the Eurasian giant that is Russia.
“The Czech Donald Trump…”
So that implicates that he is a Rothschild Illuminati puppet as well?
One thing for sure:
Andrej Babis, like Donald Trump (Clinton, Bush, Obama, Putin, Xi Jinping, Merkel, May, Cameron, Blair, Macron, Hollande, Sarkozy), is a Freemason!
Here is a Masonic handshake between Babis & Sobotka…
The Czech election is taking place today, with the “Czech Donald Trump”, Andrej Babis, expected to be voted in as Prime Minister. As we noted last week, Babis is the Czech Republic’s second wealthiest person, is demanding the return of greater sovereignty from the EU, rejects the Euro and is against Muslim immigration. He has pledged to run the country like a business, while eliminating corruption. Oh, and he is also facing criminal charges for fraud. Babis’s anti-establishment party ANO stands for “Action of Dissatisfied Citizens” and is also the Czech word for “yes”.
The Prague Daily Monitor (PDM) reports that “ANO is the clear favourite of (sic) the election that will take place on Friday and Saturday. Opinion polls indicate that ANO is likely to win two times more votes than the CSSD, which may be narrowly overcome by the Communists (KSCM) and possibly even the Freedom and Direct Democracy (SPD) movement of populist Tomio Okamura or the right-wing Civic Democrats (ODS).”
Reader P.A.Semi on Andrej Babis:
“Andrej Babis is a gangster oligarch, and a terrible populist: he will promise anything, that will help him elected… In reality, he supports immigration of cheap work-force for his industries and agricultures…
He bought for his huge money a perfect PR agency, his team is really professional…
Noting that there was only a small, non-radicalised Muslim community in the Central European country, the prime minister told Austrian newspaper Die Presse: “When we see problems in other European countries, we do not want Muslims in the Czech Republic.”
Like Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and Polish leader Beata Sydlo, Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobatka has not budged in the face of political correctness and pressure. His priority, like theirs, remains to protect the people of his country.
Sobatka will undoubtedly continue to be challenged as an “Islamophobe” by the radical left agenda drivers. A shocking report emerged in May about a Czech girl scout who confronted Neo-Nazi demonstrators and stated that even though immigrants may rape her, “she’ll get over it.” Insanity knows no boundaries in radical left ideology. Unfortunately, innocent citizens are being sacrificed to a destructive social experiment that protects Islamic supremacists over law-abiding citizens of the West who value the price paid for democratic freedoms.
“‘We Do Not Want More Muslims in Czech Republic’: Prime Minister”, Victoria Friedman, Breitbart, August 30, 2017:
The European Union’s (EU) unelected executive branch has given the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland one month to back down and start admitting migrants from the Middle East and North Africa or face legal consequences.
The migrant relocation scheme was forced through the European Parliament in September 2015, regardless as to whether all nations and their populations agreed.
One month after the EU’s executive Commission launched legal cases against Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic for “defaulting on their legal obligations” by refusing to comply with the EU’s refugee quotas (i.e., accept migrants), on Wednesday the three Central European nations suffered another blow after Brussels mounted a legal fightback to force them to comply with EU refugee quotas. The top European Union court’s adviser dismissed a challenge brought by Slovakia and Hungary against the obligatory relocation of refugees across the bloc, as it prepared to sign-off legal suits against the holdout countries.
The two states, backed by Poland, wanted the court to annul a 2015 EU scheme to have each member state host a number of refugees to help ease pressure on Greece and Italy, struggling with mass arrivals across the Mediterranean. Supported by Germany, Italy and Brussels, the EU’s “relocation” law has become one of the bloc’s most divisive recent policy initiatives, forced through over the objections of states from eastern and central Europe.
The euroskeptic governments in Warsaw and Budapest have refused to take in a single asylum-seeker under the plan (which may explain the lack of terrorist events on their home soil). Slovakia and the Czech Republic have also stalled, citing security concerns after a raft of Islamist attacks in the EU in recent years. Quoted by the FT, the EU’s migration commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos said he regretted the decision of the three member states “not to show solidarity and to ignore our repeated calls to participate in this common effort” adding that none of the responses from Budapest, Warsaw or Prague to the commission “justified that they do not implement the relocation decision”.
The European Union has initiated legal action against the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland for failing to comply with a controversial order to take in thousands of migrants from Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
The so-called infringement procedure, which authorizes the European Commission, the powerful executive arm of the European Union, to sue member states that are considered to be in breach of their obligations under EU law, could lead to massive financial penalties.
Most people inside and outside of the US believe that this country’s gun ownership rate is unique, but that’s not exactly true. Though America has the most privately owned guns per capita, there are other countries that aren’t too far behind us, such as Serbia, Yemen, Cyprus, and many Western nations like Finland and Switzerland. In most cases, these countries don’t have access to the same kind of firearms that we do, but nonetheless there are a ton of guns floating around in these places.
What really separates the US from every other country in the world, is that we have the right to bear arms preserved in our constitution. Technically, Honduras and Mexico have the same right in their constitutions, but in both cases it comes with a lot of restrictions. Their right to bear arms doesn’t have any teeth. The Swiss are known for letting many of their citizens own guns, but gun ownership for most Swiss citizens is more of a duty than a right.
Andrej Babis, tipped to become the next Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, has backed the government’s decision to fight the European Union’s attempts to impose a compulsory migrant quota on the country.
“The biggest added value of the European Union is the national identity of each country,” said the Slovakia-born businessman, who was Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister as leader of the junior party in a coalition led by the Social Democrats until recently.
“We have to fight for what our ancestors built here. If there will be more Muslims than Belgians in Brussels, that’s their problem. I don’t want that here. They won’t be telling us who should live here.”
THE Czech people have rejected joining the struggling euro with even the country’s president recognising that the people do not want to adopt the currency.