KOMMONSENTSJANE – THE CZECH DONALD TRUMP

It is about time some one in Europe stop giving away the wealth and culture of prior generations.  Merkel was tricked by Barack Obama in this current debacle.  Now he has left his job and left Merkel holding the bag.

The Czech Donald Trump

“I have stopped believing in multiculturalism.”

by Soeren Kern

October 8, 2017 at 5:00 am

Andrej Babis, one of the Czech Republic’s wealthiest people, presents himself as a non-ideological results-oriented reformer. He has pledged to run the country like a business after years of what he calls corrupt and inept management. He is demanding a return of sovereignty from the European Union and rejects the euro.

Babis’s anti-establishment party ANO (which stands for “Action of Dissatisfied Citizens” and is also the Czech word for “yes”) is centrist, technocratic and pro-business. ANO, which rejects political labels, has attracted voters from both left and right, pulling support away from the established parties.

“The West European politicians keep repeating that it is our duty to comply with what the immigrants want because of their human rights. But what about the human rights of the Germans or the Hungarians? Why should the British accept that the wealth which has been created by many generations of their ancestors, should be consumed by people… who are a security risk and whose desire it is not to integrate but to destroy European culture?” — Andrej Babis, candidate for prime minister of the Czech Republic.
A “politically incorrect” billionaire businessman opposed to further EU integration is on track to become the next prime minister of the Czech Republic.

Andrej Babis, a Slovak-born former finance minister who has been sharply critical of German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s open-door migration policy, is leading the polls ahead of general elections, set for October 20.

Babis, one of the country’s wealthiest people, presents himself as a non-ideological results-oriented reformer. He has pledged to run the Czech Republic like a business after years of what he calls corrupt and inept management. He is demanding a return of sovereignty from the European Union and rejects the euro; he argues that it would “be another issue that Brussels would be meddling with.” He has also said he plans to cut government spending, stop people from “being parasites” in the social welfare system, and fight for Czech interests abroad. Babis is often referred to as “the Czech Donald Trump.”

Babis’s anti-establishment party ANO (which stands for “Action of Dissatisfied Citizens” and is also the Czech word for “yes”) is centrist, technocratic and pro-business. ANO, which rejects political labels, has attracted voters from both left and right, pulling support away from the established parties. Babis has said that ANO aims to replace left and right with “common sense.”

A recent poll shows that support for ANO has grown to 30.9%, while the support for the Czech Social Democrats has dropped to 13.1%. The pro-Russian Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia has 11.1%; the nationalist Civic Democratic Party 9.1%. TOP 09, the only openly pro-EU party, will not pass the 5% barrier of entry into Parliament; it is supported by only 4.4% of Czech voters.

Babis’s approach to the EU is pragmatic: “They give us money, so our membership is advantageous for us.” He does not want the Czech Republic to leave the EU, but he is opposed to the country joining the eurozone:

“No euro. I don’t want the euro. We don’t want the euro here. Everybody knows it’s bankrupt. It’s about our sovereignty. I want the Czech koruna, and an independent central bank. I don’t want another issue that Brussels would be meddling with.”

 

Andrej Babis (left), then Finance Minister of the Czech Republic, meets with Austria’s Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz (right) on February 13, 2015. (Image source: Austrian Foreign Ministry)

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Babis has expressed opposition to mass migration: “I have stopped believing in successful integration and multiculturalism.” He has called on Merkel “to give up her political correctness and to begin to act” on securing European borders:
“In return for billions of euros, she should make sure that Greece and Turkey completely stop the arrival of refugees in Europe. Otherwise, it will be her fault what happens to the European population. Unfortunately, Mrs. Merkel refuses to see how serious the situation is in Germany and in other EU nations. Her attitude is really tragic.”

Babis blamed Merkel for the December 2016 jihadist attack on a Berlin Christmas market:

“Unfortunately, the migration policy is responsible for this dreadful act. It was she who let migrants enter Germany and the whole of Europe in uncontrolled waves, without papers, therefore without knowing who they really are. Germany is paying a high price for this policy. The solution is peace in Syria and the return of migrants to their homes. There is no place for them in Europe.”

Babis has rejected pressure from the European Commission, which has launched infringement procedures against the Czechs, Hungarians and Poles for refusing to comply with an EU plan to redistribute migrants. In August 2016, he tweeted:

“I will not accept refugee quotas for the Czech Republic. The situation has changed. We see how migrants react in Europe. There is a dictator in Turkey. We must react to the needs and fears of the citizens of our country. We must guarantee the security of Czech citizens. Even if we are punished by sanctions.”

In June 2017, Babis reiterated that the Czech Republic would not be taking orders from unelected bureaucrats in Brussels:

“We have to fight for what our ancestors built here. If there will be more Muslims than Belgians in Brussels, that’s their problem. I don’t want that here. They won’t be telling us who should live here.”

Babis has called on the EU to establish a system to sort economic migrants from legitimate asylum seekers: “The EU must say: You cannot come to us to be unemployed and immediately take social benefits.”

In an interview with the Czech daily Pravo, Babis said:

“We are not dutybound to accept anyone and we are not even now able to do so. Our primary responsibility is to make sure that our own citizens are safe. The Czech Republic has enough of its own problems, people living on the breadline, single mothers. The West European politicians keep repeating that it is our duty to comply with what the immigrants want because of their human rights. But what about the human rights of the Germans or the Hungarians? Why should the British accept that the wealth which has been created by many generations of their ancestors, should be consumed by people without any relationship to that country and its culture? People who are a security risk and whose desire it is not to integrate but to destroy European culture?

“The public service media in some countries have been brainwashing people. They have been avoiding problems with the immigrants. Politicians have also been lying to their citizens. This has only increased tension between the indigenous population and the immigrants. It is not acceptable that Europeans should have fewer rights than immigrants.

“It is unthinkable that the indigenous European population should adapt themselves to the refugees. We must do away with such nonsensical political correctness. The refugees should behave like guests, that is they should be polite, and they certainly do not have the right to choose what they want to eat. Europe and Germany in particular are undergoing an identity crisis. There is a deep chasm between what people think and what the media tell them….

“Many of the Middle Eastern refugees are unusable in industry. Many of them are also basically illiterate and they only know two German politicians: Merkel and Hitler.”

Comments:

Pat Walker • Oct 8, 2017 at 11:52
Political correctness only works up to a certain point. After that, PC must be thrown out and replaced with common sense and logic. Without the latter, Europe, as well as other countries, is doomed. “Be as gentle as a lamb but as sly as a fox.” – Old Testament. These words are common sense for all generations. What has happened to immigrants of old who worked hard to fulfill a dream of freedom and prosperity? They have been replaced with a new breed of immigrants with their hands extended out to take what has not been earned and with no intention of assimilation into the culture of their host country. Some European countries are guilty of promoting this new system. Kudos for Andrej Babis and those like him for refusing to allow their own countries to fall into the snake pit that Germany has willingly put herself.
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brian • Oct 8, 2017 at 11:11
At first I thought that this was fiction! What a beam of light — someone finally telling the truth. Just hope that the Czech people don’t vote like the Germans or Dutch. Thanks Gatestone.
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Eileen • Oct 8, 2017 at 11:05
This man, Babis, is the first good news I’ve heard from Europe! They see clearly and obviously care about their citizens, along with Kurz from Austria and Geert Wilder from Belgium! I wish them luck and hope they succeed!
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sasintexas • Oct 8, 2017 at 10:40
God Bless all those Eastern European Countries standing strong to protect their citizens. They know what it is to be ruled under Socialism and Communism and want to keep their own sovereignty. “We shall never surrender”…..Winston Churchill
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Older canadian • Oct 8, 2017 at 09:42
Common sense. How refreshing.
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JB Silver • Oct 8, 2017 at 08:34
This man really talks common sense.
Thank G-D there are more and more people like him.
There is yet hope for Europe.
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david • Oct 8, 2017 at 08:20
I AGREE…… Pravo, Babis said:
“We are not dutybound to accept anyone and we are not even now able to do so. Our primary responsibility is to make sure that our own citizens are safe. The Czech Republic has enough of its own problems, people living on the breadline, single mothers. The West European politicians keep repeating that it is our duty to comply with what the immigrants want because of their human rights. But what about the human rights of the Germans or the Hungarians? Why should the British accept that the wealth which has been created by many generations of their ancestors, should be consumed by people without any relationship to that country and its culture? People who are a security risk and whose desire it is not to integrate but to destroy European culture?
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David Cameron • Oct 8, 2017 at 08:00
In Canada, we need someone like him to replace our ignorant, politically correct, Muslim vote pandering moron Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
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Maureen Brewer David Cameron • Oct 8, 2017 at 12:09
Again, “Amen” to that, David. from a fellow Canadian. If you haven’t already, please check out the website http://www.canadiancitizens.org. It is the web page of the “Canadians Citizens for Charter Rights and Freedoms”.
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Albert Reingewirtz • Oct 8, 2017 at 07:46
That is telling it like it is. One voice for sense against the tsunami of stupidity in Europe. He has no chance to save Europe alone. Jews! Get out of this dangerous to Jews Europe.
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Joseph Bochichio • Oct 8, 2017 at 07:30
I am happy to read articles from this author Soeren Kern. I know that there is a care for the European people that I read between the lines. I would be happy to read further articles from Soeren Kern, as I will do after I finish this comment. I read the article on the “Czech Donald Trump” and it was good. I am hopeful for the future of Europe with new leaders that Soeren is writing about. I am glad that Austria, Czech, Hungary and Poland, etc, etc are resisting EU pressure to follow them over the cliff. As an American I am always looking for hopeful signs of European self-preservation. I look forward to more articles by Soeren Kern. God bless !!
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Richard • Oct 8, 2017 at 07:19
The Czech Trump. Way to go! Why don’t more politicians in Europe revolt against the EU’s suicidal intentions to give away their lands to Seventh Century throwbacks? I will never understand such stupidity!
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jeb • Oct 8, 2017 at 07:17
Some Europeans are finally starting to figure out what many regressive socialists in the west have yet to deduce, radical socialism has few solutions for creating a better world, redistributing wealth is a mere constipated myth in terms of achieving social justice. The secret is out, Muslims are not immigrating for reasons of personal need, they come as colonizers in the name of a Religion and too many of them reject assimilation out of hand, encouraged by by socialists false ideals. Islam is an element that must be considered when attempting to understand the depredations of the Ottoman Empire and the long term effects it has had in destroying the ME. Global warming, capitalism and Judeo-Christian values are not the cause of Islamic state stagnation.
The first American foreign War necessitating the creation of the USN, was the war against the Jihad waged by Algeria, Libya, Morocco and Tunisia against western shipping. The Dey’s demanded tribute by Christians be paid and enslaved our sailors. The expression likening going to work to, “going to the salt mines” was born of the Islamic treatment of slaves not that they treated their own citizens much better. Slavery and tribute were the basis of their economies.
The war against the Dey’s 5 point Jihad ebbed and flowed over 31 years until they were finally beaten. Paying tribute was synonymous with peace, peace is purchased, and in that part of the world still is.
We should also remember that war fought 250 years ago by a USN largely Officered from men of the northern states included relatives of future abolitionists, it was witnessing the severe depredations of slavery imposed on Christians taken hostage, or prisoner in Jihadist shipping raids that roused questions about the American institution a too fact long neglected.
The Czechs experienced first hand the depredations of the Nazis I doubt if the Islamist demands comparisons and contrasts are lost on them.
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Chandra Segaran Nair Krishnan Nair • Oct 8, 2017 at 06:37
Wow! Something for a change if all European leaders take cognizance of this absurd political correctness sacrificing the wealth created by their ancestors to these barbarians who rightly don’t deserve considering the fact Europeans did not steal their wealth but what they robbed from others if at all it is correct. No one in the right mind will want to accept these refugees into their country and treat them as lords above their own citizens except for the stupid German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
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carol owen • Oct 8, 2017 at 06:05
To the Czech people, go for it! Put this man in charge of your country. It is now down to Hungary, Poland and maybe yourselves that can stop this annihilation of western people, Western values and the western races by WESTERN GOVERNMENTS. You may even save the world.
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Jeff Page • Oct 8, 2017 at 06:02
All hail, and shout the name of Andrej Babis from the rooftops! Yet another politician, who is, opposed to the methods used by the EU officialdom, threats, sanctions, or whatever new method they can use to put pressure on those who disagree with their crazy suicidal policies.
We owe these “refugees” nothing! We are not obligated to aid them in any way! If the situation was reversed, we’d get no help at all from Muslims, particularly Saudi Arabia, and Qatar. They don’t even offer aid to their own kind, other Muslims!
Western politicians seem to possess some sort of guilt complex and by doing so, they miss the obvious, the fact that these “refugees”, particularly Muslims, have no intention of integrating and instead want to replicate what they left behind them in the countries they were apparently escaping from! Merkel and Co have virtually delivered Europe into the hands of Muslims without so much as a whimper. But they tend to single out countries that oppose invasion, and label them Nazis. It has been missed by these do-gooder politicians that these Muslims are in fact a damn sight worse than any Nazi. The culture and ideology is totally alien to how we in the West live our lives. Our way of life is different, our values are at odds with Islam, and our attitudes towards females is completely different.
We need more and more politicians such as Andrej Babis and a damn sight less of those like Angela Merkel! I sincerely hope that every European politician who is opposed to Muslims entering their countries stand firm and don’t give in to any threats from Angela Merkel and her pack of Poodles in Brussels!
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Dr. Roland Binz • Oct 8, 2017 at 05:28
We need more people of the status of Babis and Kurz uttering clearcut ideas to solve the deep troubles we’re stuck since EU bureaucracy, Euro, migrants dominating our lives and jeopardizing our common wealth instead of cowardly complying to tyrannic cultural marxism called political correctness.
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