BREAKING: Former Czech president Klaus: The time has come to prepare exit from the EU!

It is time to start preparing the Czech republic at the exit from the European union, it is the only way to “keep and save our state”, said former president Václav Klaus. It bothers him procedure initiated by the European commission for mandatory quotas.

“Fundamentally and completely resolutely protest against the decision of EU to start with the Czech republic management because of the so-called disregard for the admission of migrants on the basis of the Brussels – mandated quotas. We protest against the attempt to punish us and to force us to obedience,” said Klaus with the fact that the EU only shows what he has with the Czech republic intentions.

The Czech republic according to Klaus refuses to intention compulsorily dosidlovat the territory of the Czech republic foreigners. Klaus also doesn’t want to commit to the Czech republic happened a multicultural society according to him, the unruly communities.

“We reject the argument that we need to ‘be there’, that we need to ‘be present’ decision-making, that we need to be in the so-called ‘hard core’ of the union. In decision-making processes in the EU, although today we are, but we don’t decide,” said Klaus with the fact that in the EU is the voice of the CZECH republic ignored. Subsidies from european funds, according to Klaus, the country doesn’t need and doesn’t want to.

“All of this implies the only possible and at the same time the only necessary conclusion: it’s time to start preparing the exit of our country from the European union. It’s the only way our state, which we inherited from our ancestors and which we have an obligation as a separate entity to pass on to future generations, to maintain and to save,” he added.

Zaorálek: Compulsory quotas are a Potemkin village

The head of Czech diplomacy, Lubomir Zaoralek (CSSD) on Tuesday strongly protested against the decision of the European commission to start with the Czech republic management because of the disregard of migration quotas.

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The initiation of the proceedings but Zaoralek perceives as an opportunity for the Czech republic to lay out his arguments. “We do a variety of different things, we’re forcing people to go to countries where they don’t even want to stay. The whole idea that we’re going around Europe to move masses of people, it seems to us wrong,“ he told reporters before ?ernínským palace Zaoralek.

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Former Czech President Klaus: EU Resembles Old Communist Regime

The European Union (EU) is an irresponsible and undemocratic organisation that is increasingly resembling the old Communist regimes of Eastern Europe, the former Czech President has said.

Vaclav Klaus, who served as President of his country from ten years to 2013, condemned the EU for being beholden to ideologies that limit freedom, accusing modern European leaders of being blind to its real intentions.

Speaking while receiving the inaugural European Freedom Award in Stockholm, President Klaus said that through his country’s experience under Communism it learnt how to appreciate freedom, however his fellow countrymen were wrong to suppose it would last forever.

“During the 27 years after the fall of Communism, we have slowly begun discovering we live in a world that is different than the one we dreamt of.

“It became evident that the lack of freedom is not inevitably connected with only one evil totalitarian and authoritarian regime.

“There are other non-democratic ‘-isms’ and institutional arrangements which lead to similar results and consequences.”

He said that thanks to the guiding ideologies of the European Union, his country is a “far more socialist, controlled and regulated society now than we could have imagined 27 years ago.”

Thanks to this, he said he feels his country and the rest of Europe is going backwards towards the former Communist society.

He accused the EU of undermining the principles of a free society, through promoting concepts such as the “green ideology” which he called a “dangerous alternative to the traditional socialist doctrine”.


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