Czech Republic: A growing number of sham marriages, particularly with citizens of Turkey
The National Centre for Combatting Organized Crime reported a growing number of sham marriages, particularly with citizens of Turkey.
They also warned of “uncontrolled numbers of people practicing Islam entering the country”.
As we said before, it is not just illegal migration that must be combated. Mass migration from alien cultures has been catastrophic for the West EU bloc and the multicult experiment in Western Europe has failed miserably. Visegrád and others in CEE must realize this.
The Czech Republic must crack down hard on the mafias and smuggling networks. Once flooded like France and Belgium, it is already too late.
Organized groups are reported to be behind the growing number of sham marriages registered in the past year or two, marriages between Czech women and foreign nationals seeking to obtain Czech citizenship and thus free movement in the EU. According to the report the authorities have registered a growing number of fake marriages with Turkish nationals in particular.
Jaroslav Ibehej is the centre’s spokesperson:
“I should begin by saying that the Czech Republic has not to this day had to deal with a terrorist attack. However the danger of infiltration by radicals is there, as it is around Europe. What the centre has registered is a growing number of agencies owned by Muslims being set up in the Czech Republic for the purpose of settling visas and residence permits for other Muslims to this country. The permits are often requested for the purpose of accompanying sick relatives to Czech spas and many of these clients are spending large sums of money which it is difficult to trace.”
Security expert and former head of the Czech Military Intelligence Andor Šandor:
“I do not believe that our country is the primary target of people who want to come to Europe to do harm. On the other hand, to pretend we have everything under control would be foolish and irresponsible. So if this is a matter of concern for the police, then politicians should be aware of that and they should do everything in their power to protect this country from being a possible target of a terrorist attack. As I said “money talks”, and the problem is, it is often hard to trace – it is brought in a bag and handed from one person to another.”