The two faces of Andrej Babis of the Czech Republic 🎭…one for Czechs/V4, the other for the EU federalists and Guy Verhofstadt at Renew Europe.
Two tweets within three hours of each other.
– The party of Andrej Babis (Renew Europe) is no friend of Visegrad, especially Hungary and Poland. A tweet from Renew Europe accompanied the photo below: “History in the making! Our @RenewGroup family; united & determined to re-establish the European dream. With ambition & optimism, we are ready to tackle the EU’s current & future challenges. The citizens of Europe have given us their trust: we will strive to honour it!”
Did Macron or Verhofstadt write this? 😂
Macron, Verhofstadt, a clown PM from Slovenia with only 12% of vote and big EU opportunist Andrej Babis at a @RenewEurope pep rally with plenty of EU federalists/feminists from Benelux. Charles Michel was there; of course, he wanted V4 kicked out of Schengen for not taking in illegal migrants and his a zealot regarding the UN Migration Compact.
If Babis had any self-respect or credibility, he would exit this party instead of claiming it a “European dream”.
One cannot serve two masters, Visegrad and Renew Europe have little if anything in common; in fact, we believe this group to be extremely hostile towards the V4, despite the theatre of Babis. Macron, in our opinion, represents the greatest threat to the integrity of the nation state.
Why is Babis part of this group, and will it eventually have a negative impact on Visegrad?
We believe it already has. Besides the deals with Macron at the EU Summit, where Macron was resurrected while Salvini was isolated, Babis was fully behind the decision to nominate a tool of Brussels, the anti-V4 Vera Jourova, as the EU Commissioner from the Czech Republic.
Of course, Jourova is part of Renew Europe and believes “Open Society values are at the heart of EU action”. We know he she is representing.
** Babis needs to ‘come clean’ by repudiating Renew Europe in exchange for a party that better reflects the values and beliefs of the Czech Republic and Visegrad.
For this to happen, the Czech Republic needs a new force from the right to challenge Babis and the liberal ANO Party.
Right now the competition is weak in CZ, but this could be changing. As for Renew Europe…it is a cancer (not a dream) for Europe.