Czechs embrace reality and reject “unaccompanied minors” from Greece.
Czechs have said no thanks to Greece/EU propaganda campaign and the possible relocation of Afghan or Pakistani males between the ages of 16 and 18 years (unaccompanied minors) to the Czech Republic.
While Serbia folded under pressure and put its neighbors at risk, the Czech Republic exhibits true European responsibility regarding security and says no to the propaganda campaign of “unaccompanied minors”.
– The V4 Report posted this article in November 2019, but apparently there was a new push for the Czech Republic to accept so-called “unaccompanied minors” from Greece. The other day, Serbia agreed to take 100, although most likely they will leave Serbia very quickly.
By now, most know the demographics of these “minors”, mostly aggressive males from alien cultures (think Calais or look at Sweden) in late teens or some adults lying about their age.
The Czech interior minister told journalists that he had sent a letter to Athens asking for a concrete list of children, and that he did not believe that Czechia would actually be receiving Syrian orphans under the age of ten.
“The typical minor from the Greek refugee camps is a boy aged 15 or more, who tends to be either a citizen of Afghanistan or Pakistan.”
Despite the emotional blackmail, the Czech Republic will not accept the unaccompanied minors from the Greek camps, the Interior Minister said. Athens refused to provide Prague with a list of specific children, and the possible admission of Afghan and Pakistani youths is considered by the Minister as a security risk.
According to the Minister, there would be a possibility of bringing Afghan or Pakistani boys between the ages of 16 and 18 years to the Czech Republic from Greece.
“The Greeks themselves say their placement in families is not realistic. They point out that it would require placement in some special institutions … I will not bring eighteen-year-old Afghans to the Czech Republic because I consider this a security risk,” he said, adding that he considered the matter closed.
Yes, that’s right. Bravo Czechs for not falling for this nonsense.