V4 Report: Czech Republic : “Big Brother” EU dismantles Czech right to bear arms with more heavy mandates/judgements from stateless judges and bureaucrats in Brussels.

V4 Report: Czech Republic : “Big Brother” EU dismantles Czech right to bear arms with more heavy mandates/judgements from stateless judges and bureaucrats in Brussels.

V4 Report: Czech Republic 🇨🇿: “Big Brother” EU dismantles Czech right to bear arms with more heavy mandates/judgements from stateless judges and bureaucrats in Brussels.

** EU Federalists (Guy Verhofstadt and ANO-ALDE) will keep pushing to take more control from the European nation states. Next will be EU legislation related to judicial reform or migration. Where will it end?

Translated from Czech to English (We had difficulty so please provide us with any points that we missed with the translation):

A proposal from the Czech Republic for interim measures and postponement of the implementation of the so-called EU Weapons Directive was literally wiped out by the EU court.

The Czech proposal had been justified given the financial burdens and public security breaches that the EU Weapons Directive brings with it. However, all these objections were literally wiped out by the EU court.

The EU Court argued that the EU directive must be respected because it has been adopted and the Czech Republic failed to demonstrate the burden placed on safety and public security. Demonstrate the burden placed on public safety? The Czech government needs EU approval for this? This is for Czechs to decide, not some Court in Brussels.

*** The Directive is a consequence of the Treaty of Lisbon. The V4 Report is very disturbed and alarmed that an EU Court can block issues related to the internal affairs of the nation state. Who are these judges in Brussels and what do they know about Czech security?

Don’t worry though, Frans Timmermans and the Super-EU will now protect Europeans by singing multicult “poems of solidarity” in Brussels to combat jihadists and aggressive male migrants.

Do you feel safer now?