“We don’t want African migrants. They don’t want to work. They only want to get welfare!”
Sweeping political correctness aside, Czech Republic Prime Minister Andrej Babiš doesn’t hold back in TV interview.
The Czech immigration policy is to import workers the country needs, and not those that the European Union tries to impose.
Leaders of seven European countries who refuse to be part of the EU mass immigration madness have banded together to form their own United Right Of Europe. They are united in their battle against the likes of Merkel and Macron and the globalist elite European Commission.
Populist businessman Andrej Babiš — Czech’s ‘Donald Trump’ — dealt a devastating blow to the European Union Saturday with a clear win in the Czech Republic's national elections.
Gun rights added to Czech constitution
The Czech parliament has voted to allow citizens to carry guns to protect themselves against terrorists.
President Miloš Zeman, who had previously supported gun control, now says the constant threat of terror attacks across Europe compels him to believe citizens must be able to protect themselves.
A draft of the new bill states: “This constitutional bill is in reaction to the recent increase of security threats, especially the danger of violent acts such as terrorist attacks.”
The Czech action is in bold contrast to the weak-kneed and twisted logic of the European Commission, which in December responded to terrorist attacks by passing even stricter gun control laws.
Only the Czech Republic, Poland and Luxembourg stood against the European Commission’s misguided and timorous decision.
“We don’t want to disarm our citizens at a time when the security situation in Europe is getting worse,” said Czech Interior Minister Milan Chovanec. “Show me a single terrorist attack in Europe perpetrated using a legally-owned weapon.”
Czech Republic billionaire Andrej Babis will be the next plutocrat to head a Western state
Prague, Feb. 3, 2017
The 62-year-old finance minister’s ANO (Yes) party is far ahead in the polls, and he is favoured to win national elections October 14-15.
Czech Republic supports Trump’s crackdown on immigration from Muslim countries. Prepared to quit European Union over EU’s migrant madness.