Most political leaders in Modern Multicultural Europe don’t understand the deliberate destruction of their nations by the trans-national mandarins of the European Union. Or, if they do, it doesn’t bother them. The only exceptions seem to be residents of former Soviet Bloc countries, who know all too well the characteristics of totalitarian Socialism.
Václav Klaus, (former Czech President) speaks of immigration as a weapon
In a broad interview with Weltwoche, former Czech President Vaclav Klaus talks about the out-of-control immigration to the EU. The EU wants this in order to dissolve the nation-states, to eliminate borders and to advance its own dictatorship. And so it is: Asylum policies, welcoming Lampedusa refugees, acceptance of Turkey (into the EU) etc.: all this is not accidental. The EU wants Germany and all other European states to disappear and make Brussels the capital. Everything else is lies and propaganda.
A small extract (from the interview):
Q. What worries you the most about the EU?
The deteriorating economies, the declining respect for Europe from the rest of the world, the acceleration of democratic deficits and the increasing frustration felt by large parts of the European population are widely ignored. This makes me nervous. Europe is a post-democratic post-political organisation One can see this also the way the EU treated the Swiss referendum on immigration.
The top-ranking EU politicians want to force us to think “continentally”. They want to suppress the nation-state and dissolve state borders. In order to weaken the present cohesion of nations, they propagandise for massive, unlimited immigration.
Q. The EU regards personal freedom as one of her fundamental freedoms; as a Liberal you should like this.
One has to differentiate between the “freedoms” that the EU promises us, and the freedoms as a political and cultural value for which I, as a Liberal, fight. The migration movements, ignoring the borders of sovereign states, which have been radically increased during recent decades, systematically undermine the cohesion and governability of countries.
The weakening of single states could very easily lead to an anti-liberal development, because it strengthens the European super-state which the EU is becoming. The EU is less democratic than each one of its member states. I have never regarded immigration into any country as my right. The desire of the Swiss people to keep control over the extent of immigration into their country is understandable. I did not understand the result of their referendum as an absolute No to immigration, but as a message: “Let’s slow down immigration and handle it more carefully.”
The EU must be fought rigorously!