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V4 Report: Germany fears EU migration reforms will trigger an influx of migrants.

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Socialist EU Parliament group leader: “We are worried about the extreme-right drift in Austria. Sanctions cannot be excluded.”

Socialist EU Parliament group leader: “We are worried about the extreme-right drift in Austria. Sanctions cannot be excluded.”

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V4 Report:  France receives a ‘historic’ number of asylum requests

V4 Report: France receives a ‘historic’ number of asylum requests

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French President Emmanuel Macron – trying to influence the Italian elections – sings the praises of anti-Visegrad PM Paolo Gentiloni.

French President Emmanuel Macron – trying to influence the Italian elections – sings the praises of anti-Visegrad PM Paolo Gentiloni.

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Bulgaria warns Polish rebuke from EU will set ‘dangerous precedent’

Bulgaria warns Polish rebuke from EU will set ‘dangerous precedent’

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The Mediterranean’s “Southern Seven” preparing to battle Visegrad and the CEE states over mandatory migrant quotas

The Mediterranean’s “Southern Seven” preparing to battle Visegrad and the CEE states over mandatory migrant quotas

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Polish journalists voice concern over freedom of speech in Germany.

Polish journalists voice concern over freedom of speech in Germany.

* Polish journalists voice concern over freedom of speech in Germany. ** It is up to German justice ministry officials to decide what is and what is not "hate speech.” Things are getting scary in Germany as the government seeks to silence its critics, especially in ...
Poland’s most trusted leaders

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* Poland's most trusted leaders. ** Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and President Andrzej Duda are the most trusted politicians in Poland. Beata Szydlo was not far behind in third place. According to the latest survey by pollster IBRiS, both Morawiecki and Duda ...
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* The Czech Republic 🇨🇿 will hold the final round of the presidential election on January 26-27. Zeman or Drahos?

As with the parliamentary elections, the international media will overlook key factors only understood by Czechs. For instance, there will be some voters who vehemently disagree with the agenda of Brussels and the self-promoting Prague “intellectuals”; however, they may also be uncomfortable with the personality and mannerisms of Milos Zeman. How this group votes could be the deciding factor.

However, Czechs should think very carefully about their choice for president in the coming days. They may want to ponder why Brussels and the “Eurocrats” are so enthusiastic about Jiri Drahos.

** John Simpson, a BBC reporter, told the Today programme that "The French, the Germans, the Eurocrats in Brussels are praying today that President Zeman does badly."

There is a reason why "the Eurocrats in Brussels" lust to see the anti-migrant Zeman defeated. Like Viktor Orban of Hungary, Zeman is not intimidated by Angela Merkel and does not subscribe to the “Group think” of Brussels. The Eurocrats, especially in Berlin, abhor this type of healthy and independent thought.

We will have more details in the coming days regarding Zeman, whose mere name can create heated family debates at the dinner table. However, in our opinion, the Eurocrat’s candidate (Jiri Drahos) is clearly a submissive pupil of Berlin and Brussels and will seek to distance the Czech Republic from Visegrad in order to embrace "EU solidarity".

Drahos, in the early stages of the migrant crisis in 2015, signed his name to a public declaration (full statement provided below) that, among other things, stated “all those seeking shelter in Europe should be provided with security and dignity.” It sounded like a nice EU slogan but, despite their claims, Drahos and the scientists were not engaged in “critical thinking”. Instead, they offered emotional responses that simply ignored the realities on the ground, as mostly young men from violent regions, often with no identification, stormed across surrendered borders in masses.

How did this “open-entry” naivety work out for Sweden and Austria, both which appeared to have followed the advice of Angela Merkel and the scientists? Today, the blowback has arrived from their reckless and naive decisions to “grant entry to all”. Once flooded, like Sweden and Germany, it may already be too late. (At least Austria has changed direction and is now fighting back to try to reverse the damage.)

In hindsight, those who were unjustly smeared by the scientists and Eurocrats were proven correct. Today, it is common knowledge that “all those seeking shelter in Europe” were not just refugees. Many were economic migrants taking advantage of a rich but weak Western Europe, while some were Islamic extremists exploiting the open-border.

However, one did not have to be a “rocket scientist” to possess the common sense to distinguish reality from emotional manipulation. The V4 Report had our own response to the crisis around the same time as Drahos and the scientists. We were shocked that some in Europe refused to secure the border.

Titled, “The V4 nations are dealing with the refugee crisis properly”, we stated: ‘As the refugee crisis continues to bring chaos and potential danger to Europe, Angela Merkel and other European Union leaders are allowing compassion to imperil their security and decision making. The idea of allowing hundreds of thousands of migrants - without knowing who they are first - to enter Europe from regions well known for persecuting non-Muslims and containing ISIS jihadists who have declared Europe as their “next Syria” is not compassion but sheer lunacy.’

The full article 👉 triblive.com/opinion/featuredcommentary/9089147-74/refugees-countries-europe

Open debate is engaging and the Drahos letter was not without any good suggestions or ideals, but it was the sheer vanity and self-righteousness of Drahos and his colleagues that needed to be answered. Early on during the migrant crisis, there were many self-proclaimed intellectuals (like Drahos) "signing proclamations" which slandered those who were calling on Europe to secure the borders first. In their quest for media applause, they attempted to smear all of those who disagreed with their “open border” agenda as “xenophobic or intolerant” in an attempt to stifle legitimate debate or to intimidate others from voicing their sincere concerns.

Now, before the election, Drahos has changed his tune and claims he is against the migrant quotas from Brussels. How convenient, and we hope he is sincere, but others may want to get his pledge in writing (just like his 2015 proclamation to welcome “all”). Drahos was also talking differently last June. In an interview with iDNES.cz, Drahos said, "To accept some 2600 from a security point of proven refugees or migrants should not be a problem." The 2600 number is significant and represents the number of migrants targeted for the Czech Republic under the EU’s relocation scheme.

The poor initial judgement of Drahos regarding migration must be questioned as a future liability regarding his ability to lead. Who was influencing his decisions and providing him with the information to make such outlandish claims about the opponents of open-borders? Did he speak with Hungarians regarding the aggressive behavior of some of the migrants at the border or did he rely on reports from the BBC and other pro-migration outlets?

Why do Drahos and the scientists believe Muslim migration to Europe should not be debated? It’s not as if assimilation is working smoothly in France, Belgium, Germany, Sweden, Britain or any other Western EU state with a large Muslim minority. Where do the highest numbers of “home-grown” jihadists come from? Certainly not Hungary or Poland. This vital debate cannot be ignored or simply labeled as “politically incorrect” or xenophobic.

Moreover, based on his past actions, does Drahos have the courage and strength to defend his nation if another similar event occurs or will he meekly submit to Berlin and Brussels, just as Austria’s former leaders did during the initial stages of the migrant crisis. Based on his past actions, we have little confidence in Jiri Drahos.

Drahos was negligent from the start as he immediately (apparently without thinking for himself) rushed to defend the EU’s open-border manifesto. This is troubling and tells us all we need to know about Drahos, who, in our opinion, would sacrifice the well-being of the Czech nation at the altar of the EU “solidarity".

We hate to say it but most of the politicians, pro-Berlin "think tanks" and self-proclaimed elites in Prague are political charlatans, totally at odds with the wishes of the Czech people. There are other examples, but we think the divide between the beliefs of the Czech people and the desires of the political opportunists in Prague is by far the greatest in Europe.

Milos Zeman is not perfect but we know where he stands in regards to migration. Unlike Drahos, he is not a pretender. If Zeman loses (and there is a good chance of this occurring), it will not be due to his staunch opposition to mass migration or rabid multiculturalism.

On these issues the Czechs agree with him...overwhelmingly. We believe Zeman's strength has been his strong, consistent and persistent opposition to the EU's agenda on mass migration. However, he does have liabilities in other areas and tends to hurt himself by getting involved in needless spats.

Zeman is far from perfect and has made himself vulnerable due to other issues, including his personality and mannerisms, which some Czechs find offensive, even if they agree with him on migration.

In addition, we believe his campaign was slow to respond to the daily attacks directed at him from the liberal media in Prague. As with any prize fight, it’s best to knock out your opponent early instead of allowing him to gain momentum by delivering blows.

However, if Drahos and the pro-Merkel cabal in Prague attempt to take advantage of this unique election to force Czechs to submit to diktats from Western Europe, especially on migration, we believe the streets will explode in civil unrest. It will not be tolerated, nor should it be tolerated.

One should engage with the West as peers, not as political “subjects” of Berlin, Paris or Brussels. Regardless of the results, the Czech Republic’s “core culture” is Visegrad and Central Europe, not the "NoGoZones" of France and Sweden.

We are not sure Drahos understands this.

*** Stay tuned.

www.vyzvavedcu.cz/
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* The Czech Republic 🇨🇿 will hold the final round of the presidential election on January 26-27.  Zeman or Drahos?  

As with the parliamentary elections, the international media will overlook key factors only understood by Czechs.  For instance, there will be some voters who vehemently disagree with the agenda of Brussels and the self-promoting Prague “intellectuals”; however, they may also be uncomfortable with the personality and mannerisms of Milos Zeman.  How this group votes could be the deciding factor.

However, Czechs should think very carefully about their choice for president in the coming days.  They may want to ponder why Brussels and the “Eurocrats” are so enthusiastic about Jiri Drahos.

** John Simpson, a BBC reporter, told the Today programme that The French, the Germans, the Eurocrats in Brussels are praying today that President Zeman does badly.  

There is a reason why the Eurocrats in Brussels lust to see the anti-migrant Zeman defeated.  Like Viktor Orban of Hungary, Zeman is not intimidated by Angela Merkel and does not subscribe to the “Group think” of Brussels.  The Eurocrats, especially in Berlin, abhor this type of healthy and independent thought.

We will have more details in the coming days regarding Zeman, whose mere name can create heated family debates at the dinner table.  However, in our opinion, the Eurocrat’s candidate (Jiri Drahos) is clearly a submissive pupil of Berlin and Brussels and will seek to distance the Czech Republic from Visegrad in order to embrace EU solidarity.  

Drahos, in the early stages of the migrant crisis in 2015, signed his name to a public declaration (full statement provided below) that, among other things, stated “all those seeking shelter in Europe should be provided with security and dignity.”  It sounded like a nice EU slogan but, despite their claims, Drahos and the scientists were not engaged in “critical thinking”.  Instead, they offered emotional responses that simply ignored the realities on the ground, as mostly young men from violent regions, often with no identification, stormed across surrendered borders in masses.

How did this “open-entry” naivety work out for Sweden and Austria, both which appeared to have followed the advice of Angela Merkel and the scientists?  Today, the blowback has arrived from their reckless and naive decisions to “grant entry to all”.  Once flooded, like Sweden and Germany, it may already be too late.  (At least Austria has changed direction and is now fighting back to try to reverse the damage.)

In hindsight, those who were unjustly smeared by the scientists and Eurocrats were proven correct. Today, it is common knowledge that “all those seeking shelter in Europe” were not just refugees.  Many were economic migrants taking advantage of a rich but weak Western Europe, while some were Islamic extremists exploiting the open-border.  

However, one did not have to be a “rocket scientist” to possess the common sense to distinguish reality from emotional manipulation.  The V4 Report had our own response to the crisis around the same time as Drahos and the scientists. We were shocked that some in Europe refused to secure the border.

Titled, “The V4 nations are dealing with the refugee crisis properly”, we stated:  ‘As the refugee crisis continues to bring chaos and potential danger to Europe, Angela Merkel and other European Union leaders are allowing compassion to imperil their security and decision making. The idea of allowing hundreds of thousands of migrants - without knowing who they are first - to enter Europe from regions well known for persecuting non-Muslims and containing ISIS jihadists who have declared Europe as their “next Syria” is not compassion but sheer lunacy.’  

The full article 👉 http://triblive.com/opinion/featuredcommentary/9089147-74/refugees-countries-europe

Open debate is engaging and the Drahos letter was not without any good suggestions or ideals, but it was the sheer vanity and self-righteousness of Drahos and his colleagues that needed to be answered.  Early on during the migrant crisis, there were many self-proclaimed intellectuals (like Drahos) signing proclamations which slandered those who were calling on Europe to secure the borders first.  In their quest for media applause, they attempted to smear all of those who disagreed with their “open border” agenda as “xenophobic or intolerant” in an attempt to stifle legitimate debate or to intimidate others from voicing their sincere concerns.  

Now, before the election, Drahos has changed his tune and claims he is against the migrant quotas from Brussels.  How convenient, and we hope he is sincere, but others may want to get his pledge in writing (just like his 2015 proclamation to welcome “all”).  Drahos was also talking differently last June.  In an interview with iDNES.cz, Drahos said, To accept some 2600 from a security point of proven refugees or migrants should not be a problem.  The 2600 number is significant and represents the number of migrants targeted for the Czech Republic under the EU’s relocation scheme.

The poor initial judgement of Drahos regarding migration must be questioned as a future liability regarding his ability to lead. Who was influencing his decisions and providing him with the information to make such outlandish claims about the opponents of open-borders?  Did he speak with Hungarians regarding the aggressive behavior of some of the migrants at the border or did he rely on reports from the BBC and other pro-migration outlets?

Why do Drahos and the scientists believe Muslim migration to Europe should not be debated?  It’s not as if assimilation is working smoothly in France, Belgium, Germany, Sweden, Britain or any other Western EU state with a large Muslim minority.  Where do the highest numbers of “home-grown” jihadists come from?  Certainly not Hungary or Poland.  This vital debate cannot be ignored or simply labeled as “politically incorrect” or xenophobic.  

Moreover, based on his past actions, does Drahos have the courage and strength to defend his nation if another similar event occurs or will he meekly submit to Berlin and Brussels, just as Austria’s former leaders did during the initial stages of the migrant crisis.  Based on his past actions, we have little confidence in Jiri Drahos.

Drahos was negligent from the start as he immediately (apparently without thinking for himself) rushed to defend the EU’s open-border manifesto.  This is troubling and tells us all we need to know about Drahos, who, in our opinion, would sacrifice the well-being of the Czech nation at the altar of the EU “solidarity.

We hate to say it but most of the politicians, pro-Berlin think tanks and self-proclaimed elites in Prague are political charlatans, totally at odds with the wishes of the Czech people.  There are other examples, but we think the divide between the beliefs of the Czech people and the desires of the political opportunists in Prague is by far the greatest in Europe.

Milos Zeman is not perfect but we know where he stands in regards to migration.  Unlike Drahos, he is not a pretender.  If Zeman loses (and there is a good chance of this occurring), it will not be due to his staunch opposition to mass migration or rabid multiculturalism.

On these issues the Czechs agree with him...overwhelmingly.  We believe Zemans strength has been his strong, consistent and persistent opposition to the EUs agenda on mass migration.  However, he does have liabilities in other areas and tends to hurt himself by getting involved in needless spats.

Zeman is far from perfect and has made himself vulnerable due to other issues, including his personality and mannerisms, which some Czechs find offensive, even if they agree with him on migration.  

In addition, we believe his campaign was slow to respond to the daily attacks directed at him from the liberal media in Prague.  As with any prize fight, it’s best to knock out your opponent early instead of allowing him to gain momentum by delivering blows.

However, if Drahos and the pro-Merkel cabal in Prague attempt to take advantage of this unique election to force Czechs to submit to diktats from Western Europe, especially on migration, we believe the streets will explode in civil unrest.  It will not be tolerated, nor should it be tolerated.  

One should engage with the West as peers, not as political “subjects” of Berlin, Paris or Brussels.  Regardless of the results, the Czech Republic’s “core culture” is Visegrad and Central Europe, not the NoGoZones of France and Sweden.  

We are not sure Drahos understands this.

*** Stay tuned.

http://www.vyzvavedcu.cz/

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Vlastenci a lidé se zdravým rozumem volí Zemana. Ne loutku samozvaných elit.

Drahoš is disaster, he is for Islám terrorists! Miloš Zeman is much better

Az alsó képen egy gyagyás nő látható , aki a saját nő társai ellen van !!!!!

altrough I am not Czech i wish win and all the best to Mr, Zeman, he is a good leader, with strong personality and patriotic person, the right leader as president for czech nation, i hope people will elect him, otherwise its all lost, greetings and support from Slovenia

This election Is lose-lose situation. Mr. Zeman is getting old and his health is much worse than in previous elections. There is another problem with Zemans alliance with Andrej Babiš who Is the leader of most powerfull political party in the country, but who only work toward his personal goals and who is now investigated by police for corruption. It would be better for Zeman to leave the politics and have pecefull retirement. But mr. Drahoš is not the right candidate at all. He won the first round only because of huge marketing campaign and foreign sponsors.

Best of luck, Czech Republic. Here's hoping enough of your countrymen take the example of your neighbours, the Austrians, and vote for good government and the people of Czech first!

Elly Matonohová

Otázka je jestli chceme vychlastaného rusofila nebo kultivovaného vítače

Drahoš supporters started spreading rumours that anyone criticizing their idol is either a Russian spy or total idiot, and that all messages saying something bad about Drahoš are a desinformation.

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