“We Don’t Want to Live in Africa or the Middle East Here” – Czech PM Criticises EU Migration Policy
Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis has resolutely stated that Europe must fight for its culture and values amidst the destructive EU migration policy. Pointing out the recent riots in Germany are due to uncontrolled migration, leading to explosive situations.
“Chemnitz is just right around the corner!” he said Sunday, describing the disorder that inundated the eastern German city after standoffs between pro and anti-migrant rallies there last week.
“I’ve been thoroughly explaining that this is a fight to preserve our European civilization and culture. We don’t want to live in Africa or the Middle East here. We must fight for our values.”
“Have you seen the pictures of migrant ships heading for tourist beaches? Europeans are shocked and frightened. The same thing happened in Chemnitz. There was not only a murder committed, but also the murders of teenage girls and sexual assaults,” Babis explained.
Babis stressed on Czech TV channel Prima that the events in Chemnitz exhibit the result of the influx of migrants clashing with native-born citizens. These cases are very dangerous for Europe as tensions in Germany can also affect neighboring countries, he said.
Reiterating his long-standing opposition to the European Commission’s efforts of forced migration, he lambasted the current EU migration policies, stating that European states must “unite” to agree with a viable solution to the migrant crisis.
Andrej is set to meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin on Wednesday after having spent the last week traveling to Italy, Hungary, and Malta, seeking a united front to his proposed plan for tackling migration.
The Foreign Affairs Minister, Maas, has previously argued that the EU shouldn’t be allowed to force individual members into accepting asylum-seekers. Babis commended his comments.