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Banacek
10-09-2016, 04:18 PM
◾The Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia, all former Communist countries, also oppose the EU plan to relocate 160,000 "asylum seekers," which they say is an "EU diktat" that infringes on national sovereignty

◾"One of the principals underpinning the system is the primacy of EU law." — Margaritis Schinas, chief spokesperson for European Commission.

◾"In the early autumn of 2015 we erected a fence on the external green border of the European Union and the Schengen Area. This was to protect the European Union's greatest achievement: free movement within the common area of the internal market.... We do not want to distribute the migration burdens falling on Europe, but we want to eliminate them: to put an end to them." — Hungarian President Viktor Orbán, July 11, 2016.

◾"We do not like the consequences of having a large number of Muslim communities that we see in other countries... That is a historical experience for us." — Hungarian President Viktor Orbán, September 3, 2015.

◾"We lose our European values and identity the way frogs are cooked in slowly-heating water. Quite simply, slowly there will be more and more Muslims, and we will no longer recognize Europe." — Hungarian President Viktor Orbán

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SaintLouieWoman
10-09-2016, 06:42 PM
The Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary and Slovakia all have more sense than the US--or rather its lib politicians. They have been through Communist hell, have broken free, and are proud of how they've risen in their countries. They're smart enough to see what will happen to Europe, thanks to Merkel and her buddies.

BTW, Gatestone Institute has outstanding articles. For a while they were a sponsor here, as an experiment in advertising. Their funds were limited and apparently they were basing their continuance with boards on how many signed up for their emails. SR and I still are subscribed to them via email. They give an in-depth analysis of what is going on in the ME and Europe.