Another EU Parliament opportunist from Czech Republic, Michaela Sojdrova, trying to earn more blue and gold stars from Brussels.

Another EU Parliament opportunist from Czech Republic, Michaela Sojdrova, trying to earn more blue and gold stars from Brussels.

Another EU Parliament opportunist from Czech Republic, Michaela Sojdrova, trying to earn more blue and gold stars from Brussels.

Sojdrova says she has found orphans from Syria and Afghanistan currently housed in refugee camps in Greece, whom she would like to see re-housed in the Czech Republic.

* The political games and downright manipulation surrounding “unaccompanied minors” in Europe are shameless. Is this really a “humanitarian gesture” or just another reckless “political stunt”?

The V4 Report already touched upon this six months ago. The full post is linked below.

In our opinion, this whole drama is a false debate. The question is not whether or not to help the truly needed; few would not want to assist. The most relevant question revolves around the most efficient method and ideal location to help the refugees, while FIRST providing the necessary security for Czechs.

Pavel Belobradek, chairman of KDU-CSL, said, “The Czech Republic is a confident country that does not have to worry about accepting 50 children.”

Well, yes, the Czech Republic has been confident enough so far to avoid submitting to the misleading propaganda of Brussels and the open-border networks.

Instead of political “gestures”, the Czechs have chosen to provide direct assistance to the refugees inside the camps of Jordan. Instead of wasting valuable time and resources relocating the refugees, Czech doctors were able to perform more surgeries on more people right in Jordan.

Related to the case above, PM Andrej Babiš said the Czech Republic would soon build a home and a school for 50 orphans in Syria, which would be eventually expanded.

We believe this is a much more efficient way to help refugees in or closer to their own countries, instead of the “relocation” schemes, which only enables the smuggling networks and encourages more illegal entry.

Gestures like resettlement can be a nice theatre for the media, but targeted action can assist far more refugees.

The Czech Republic has been clear regarding its solutions for the past three years: The best way to help those in need is not the mayhem of open-borders or relocation, but by aiding the true war refugees closer to their homes. Someday, they will be needed to rebuild their own countries.

In addition, many Eurocrats forget about the safety of Europeans, which must be the first priority. Many of these “children” are aggressive teen males (or older men posing as teens); allowing them to roam Europe is a recipe for disaster.

Babis should not fall for this reckless trap. There are much better ways to help those truly in need, including the establishment of supervised, separate and specialized camps outside of Europe designed to meet the needs of unaccompanied minors.

http://v4report.com/czech-republic-pm-andrej-babis-rejects…/