Next EU Prez Has THIS ‘Controversial’ View Of Islam

Next EU Prez Has THIS ‘Controversial’ View Of Islam

Now, this should be interesting. The presidency of the EU rotates. Next in line is Slovakia and their Prime Minister Robert Fico, is how you say… somewhat less than enthused with Muslims. In fact, what he said was: “Islam has no place in Slovakia.” A sentiment he is likely to carry through to all of Europe, much to the chagrin of the elitists and Islamists, I’m sure. It’s a good bet he’ll look to shut down borders and deport Muslims as well. Fico points out that migrants change the character of a country and that is true. Slovakia, along with Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic, also known as the Visegrad 4 nations (V4), have been some of the staunchest opponents of the European Union’s policies toward the migrant crisis. Slovakia has taken part in a total boycott against the bloc’s attempts to spread the burden of migrants across Europe by relocating them according to a quota system. There will be fireworks and they will be something to watch. I guarantee it.


From Breitbart:

Just over a month before Slovakia will take the rotating presidency of the European Union, Prime Minister Robert Fico claims that Islam has no place in his country.

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“”Islam has no place in Slovakia,” Fico told media on Wednesday night saying that the problem of the migrant crisis was not, “that migrants come, but that migrants change the character of our country,” and continued, “we do not want the character of this country to change. Let’s be honest and say that will not happen in Slovakia,” Der Standard reports.

The Slovakian Prime Minister has made similar comments in the past in reaction to the Cologne New Years Eve sex attacks when he and several other nations demanded stricter border controls and said, “the idea of multicultural Europe has failed… The migrants cannot be integrated, it’s simply impossible.”

Slovakia, alongside Poland and Hungary are being threatened with fines of over $275,000 per migrant they refuse to relocate from the European Union. The six-month term presidency of the European Union will give the Slovakian Prime Minister a platform to express his views to the council of ministers which he will chair and the European Union Commission who are fiercely opposed to attitudes of his country and the V4. The last Slovakian election also saw the rise of populist anti-mass migration parties earlier this year. Something the US can relate to currently. President of the EU Commission Jean-Claude Juncker has also vowed to use his power to make sure no right wing populists can be elected in a European Union member state. “There will be no debate or dialogue with the far-right,” he told media. The comments were in response to the Austrian presidential elections that saw the right wing Freedom Party (FPOe) candidate Norbert Hofer lose by just 31,000 votes. Populism and nationalism are rising across the planet and that can be very, very dangerous. Just ask Germany. Regardless, the invasion by Islamists must be stopped and it will be interesting to see how Fico fares.

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