Tagged: Czech News


Viktor Orban: “Tko Potpiše Marakeški Sporazum Predstavlja Ozbiljnu Prijetnju Svome Narodu.”

“UN-ov Global Compact je izdajničko-zlobni dokument koji potiče migracije. Tko ga potpiše predstavlja ozbiljnu prijetnju svome narodu. Migracije su ozbiljan problem čiji TVORCI nebi trebali zanemarivati mišljenja Europljana. Unatoč tome, uskraćena im je (domaćem stanovništvu – Europljanima) sloboda govora. Mi, centralni Europljani ostajemo demokrati (predstavnici naroda, ne elite).” kazao je Viktor u Pragu, dana 30.11.2018.


Average Czech Monthly Wage up by 8.6 Percent in Second Quarter

Average monthly salaries in the Czech Republic grew by 8.6 percent year-on-year in the second quarter of this year, according to figures released this week by the Czech Statistics Office. The average wage stood at a record CZK 31,851 at the end of June. In view of a 2.3 percent increase in prices in the same period, real wages rose by 6.2 percent in the second quarter. Earnings rose particularly quickly in sectors dominated by the state, such as the arts, education, and...


“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...


Czech PM: We Don’t Want African Migrants

Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš discusses his immigration policy, which is to import the workers the Czech economy needs, and not the sort that the E.U.’s multiculturalism policy tries to impose. The presenter clearly thinks she has caught him out as racist when he rejects the idea of bringing in migrants from ‘black Africa’.



Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán on Thursday said the Visegrad Group and Austria agreed that the European Union must be in a position to protect its external borders against migrants and ensure security for its citizens. At a joint international press conference after the V4-plus-Austria summit, Orbán said ties between members of the EU should be “characterized by cooperation rather than confrontation”. Migration should be handled “with a focus on issues on which consensus can be reached”, he said. Border protection and setting...