Czech Republic: Well, maybe Czechs should be given the opportunity on the ballot to vote “no confidence” on the entire political establishment.
It’s painful just thinking about it. 😖💉
Opposition parties to initiate no-confidence motion in Babiš minority government.
Besides Trikolóra (very high quality but new and low in polls), the political situation is downright embarrassing and a complete circus…and it’s been this way for years (although, except for the amnesty fiasco, we always liked Klaus).
PM Babis has his own issues and it’s hard to defend him (especially his Renew Europe affiliation), but this motley crew of charlatans and opportunists (pictured below) desperately trying to replace him occupy the bottom of the barrel.
The leftist Pirates remind me of some version of Antifa (Stan their empty partners), while the ODS, Top09, and the Christian Democrats are regurgitations of the fake right and would sell out the country on migration and other issues while licking German boot in the name of ‘EU solidarity.
It’s hard to explain how the political environment became so bad in the Czech Republic, but it’s very difficult for the Czech voter given the choices. In fact, it’s a travesty.
Despite the fantasies of Pirates, the Czechs want no part of mass migration, the euro, or the multicult way of life of France and the West EU bloc. They are one of the most (if not top) euro-skeptic nations in the bloc.
Yet, the far/left, pro-migration Pirates are high in the polls…how does one explain this?
We cannot. It simply defies all logic.
FYI: Trikolóra is just starting and needs 5% to cross the threshold. It may take years to get established but increased support is the best way to relevancy. Hopefully, they take the first step.