(Photo above: Václav Klaus)
Václav Klaus, former president of Czech Republic, is in European context a free thinker. His warning that “the destruction of Europe’s democracy may be in its final phase” is spot on, and his present call for Europeans and European leaders to secures EUs outer borders effectively and with any meassure neccesary against illegal migrants is a true expression of common sense, survival instinct and statesmanship.
Czechs are rational and brave people: Two thirds of the Czechs see Islam as a threat and this makes them holder of the European record in Islamophobia with only about 10 percent not being afraid of Islam. Their current president, Miloš Zeman, says that Islam makes Muslims kill Jews – which is also true.
“We, the undersigned, no longer want to watch passively how our authorities and politicians at this historic moment lose time and do not do their duty. Your task is to defend the interests and security of citizens in your own countries. Today we are faced with a fundamental threat to the future of our lives. The mass migration represents a serious threat to the stability of Europe and of the EU Member Countries.
We are not indifferent to the fate of the victims of wars and other disasters in today’s world. However, we reject the manipulation of public opinion, which aim to push an acceptance of mass migration. … We see undeniable risks and threats arising from the artificial blending of different peoples, cultures and religions.
The European governments behave irresponsible… Well-founded fears of the influx of hundreds of thousands of migrants must not be trivialized, silenced and scandalized – by politicians and most media.
For all these reasons we call on the governments of the EU countries to:
– To secure internal security and effectively close external frontiers by any means …
– Not accept EU quotas or similar measures on allocation of migrants …
– Countries at the borders of the EU must assure that illegal migrants are returned to their homeland.
First Signature: Václav Klaus, 4. 9. 2015″