V4 Report: Slovenia: The Slovenian government embraces “EU Solidarity” on multicult, gleefully announcing on Wednesday that it had fulfilled 43% of the EU-sponsored migrant-relocation scheme, which is “above” the EU average.

V4 Report: Slovenia: The Slovenian government embraces “EU Solidarity” on multicult, gleefully announcing on Wednesday that it had fulfilled 43% of the EU-sponsored migrant-relocation scheme, which is “above” the EU average.

V4 Report: Slovenia 🇸🇮: The Slovenian government embraces “EU Solidarity” on multicult, gleefully announcing on Wednesday that it had fulfilled 43% of the EU-sponsored migrant-relocation scheme, which is “above” the EU average.

** PM Miro Cerar may be in line for a few “blue and gold” EU stars for his obedience, but hopefully Slovenians show him the door this summer. This negligent action “bails-out” others who refused to secure their borders and only encourages the EU to increase the future demands for additional migrant quotas. In addition, instead of discouraging the migrant flow via deportation, the migrant quotas only encourage others to come.

Slovenia accepted 244 migrants, 72 from Italy and 172 from Greece, according to the release after the government’s session on Wednesday.

The session on Wednesday discussed a third interim report on the relocation of 567 migrants, which consists 218 from Italy and 349 from Greece, and on the resettlement of migrants from non-EU countries.

The Slovenian Interior Ministry has already received information about 67 persons “willing” to permanently move to Slovenia. 60 are expected to be resettled here this year.

*** Cerar may be lost, but is there hope for Slovenia? Opposition SDS leader Janez Janša urged patriotism and cautioned against multiculturalism, as he addressed an event marking a party anniversary. “Slovenia comes first, then the others.”

The Democratic Party (SDS) advocates positive patriotism against internationalism. “Without this, there is no future for Slovenia or other European nations,” he said, as the SDS celebrated its 29th anniversary in Brdo pri Kranju.

Janša believes a fight in being currently fought for Slovenian and European identity. “And this fight is crucial. Everything else is less important if we lose it.”

The majority of European cities have already lost the fight for identity. “Look at who the mayors are, look at the structure of residents. Not to mention Ljubljana.”

However, he believes it is not yet too late for Slovenia to take action, “but it’s time to wake up”.

“Solidarity with those who suffer is one thing, but destroying one’s own identity is something different.”

“We expect from those who come from abroad to respect out customs, tradition, culture, to adapt to the new environment, not to demand that we adapt.”

**** Admittedly, the V4 Report receives little news regarding the political situation in Slovenia. We would encourage our audience from Slovenia to provide us with more information from the ground, especially regarding the elections this year. Thank you.

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