Egypt’s President believes Europe should protect its culture, but Brussels disagree.
Egypt’s President told his people they should not expect the West to ‘open their doors’ to migrants who refuse to integrate.
Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said that ‘every country has the right to protect its people and their interests.’
Can someone please send his message to Brussels and Berlin? They need to hear this.
* Imagine that…even the president of Egypt shows more concern about protecting Europeans and their culture than Angela Merkel, Junior Macron and the spineless Eurocrats in Brussels.
Yet, the West EU bloc has and continues to open its doors to immigrants who refuse to integrate. Look at the UK, France, Germany and Belgium. And Brussels wants to commit Europe to mass migration. Just who is exactly speaking for Europe?
** The EU is not Europe and is not “interested in protecting Europeans, their culture and their interests” precisely because Brussels has other interests…namely, upholding the perverted values of the UN and Open Society networks.
As one naive and easily manipulated EU Minister from the Czech Republic said, “Open Society values are at the heart of EU action”. When did Soros become The Godfather of Europe?
The President of Egypt is wrong on one point. He asks, “Do you expect them to open their doors so that we can go there demanding to keep our own culture?”
In Germany, France, UK and Belgium, their leaders have done exactly what he described. No other self-respecting nation would do such a thing, but apparently Angela Merkel and others of the West EU bloc no longer believe in a ‘culture’.
*** Speaking at a World Youth Forum in Sharm-el-Sheikh, Egypt, the country’s leader told guests they had to ‘completely abide by the laws, customs, traditions and culture’ of a country they moved to.
The Egyptian President told the audience that the West could not be expected to allow in people from countries who ‘fight amongst ourselves’.
He said: ‘Every country has the right to protect its people and their interests. It must generally respect human rights in a framework that preserves its national interests.
‘Instead of asking me why countries [in the West] close their gates to us, you should ask yourself why the people of Afghanistan don’t take better care of their own country.”
‘Why have they been killing one another for 40 years? This his happens in other countries as well – in Pakistan, in Egypt, in Syria, in Libya, in Iraq, in Yemen, and in Somalia.”
‘We fight amongst ourselves in our own countries, and then we expect countries that work day and night to achieve progress to protect their people and to maintain a certain standard of living for them – we demand that they let us in so we can have part of their [success].’