Skip to Content

Hungarian border fence; Billboard mocking Soros puppets
Prague

Central Europeans mull civil-military alliance against migrant influx

Defense ministers from Hungary, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Austria, and Croatia met in Prague earlier this week to discuss the details of Central European Defence Cooperation (CEDC).

Published: June 23, 2017, 7:53 am

    Read more

    The Hungarian Ministry of Defense has released a statement about the initiative titled, “Central Europe stands united against mass illegal migration”’.

    The six countries will set up “the framework of civil-military cooperation” for the region’s security against the influx of “mass illegal immigration” from the Middle East and Africa. The meeting is a fresh response to the on-going crisis that Brussels and certain other EU member states choose to ignore.

    “At the meeting, the participants issued a short declaration which welcomes the Joint Action Plan and calls on the interior ministers of the involved countries to finalize it in the shortest time possible,” the Hungarian statement reads. “The declaration takes note of the unified situation assessment, which facilitates the quick and joint mobilization of civilian, police and military capabilities, and states that the most important task is the protection of the external borders of the EU and the elimination of the root causes of migration in the sending countries.

    “It underlines that the CEDC member countries are willing to further enhance their cooperation and, if needed, to provide mutual assistance in the interest of managing the migration crisis. The declaration also emphasizes the importance of preserving stability in the Western Balkans.

    “Finally, the participants of the meeting talked about the wider context of Europe’s security situation and the next steps in strengthening the European common security and defence policy,” the statement concludes.

    The European Commission recently initiated legal action against Hungary, Czech Republic, and Poland for having refused in 2015 EU-imposed “quotas” of “refugees”. The implementation of the Council Decisions on relocation “is a legal obligation, not a choice” EU Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos said in a press release last week. “These fundamental values apply to all our policies and migration is no exception. We cannot and we will not leave those Member States with an external border on their own,” he added.

    While the Czech Republic admitted 12 migrants, Hungary and Poland have accepted zero mandated migrants.

    Former Czech president Vaclav Klaus declared last week that it was time for the Czech Republic to leave the EU altogether. “The time has come to prepare our country to withdraw from the EU,” he told the media. “We reject the EU’s plan to use foreigners to displace Czechs, and we refuse to allow our country to be transformed into a multicultural society with maladjusted communities, which is what we see today in France and the UK.”

    Klaus added that mass immigration has opened countries to terror attacks: “And that’s not to mention the now almost daily terror attacks which are linked to mass migration.” He condemned the EU’s decision to launch legal proceedings, calling for them to be contested “both in principle and vociferously”.

    Czech President Miloš Zeman said the country’s sovereignty must be defended: “The duty of any president is to defend their country’s national interest. Our national interest is precisely that we, as a sovereign state, are able to decide who to place and who not to place in our territory.”

    Viktor Orban echoed similar sentiments: “We do not want parallel societies, we do not want population exchanges, and we do not want to replace Christian civilization with a different kind,” he said in a recent speech. “Therefore we are building fences, defending ourselves, and not allowing migrants to flood us.”

    Mariusz Błaszczak, Polish interior minister, said in an interview cited by the National Review that taking in migrants would be worse than facing EU sanctions. “The security of Poland and the Poles is at risk” by taking in migrants, he said, “We mustn’t forget the terror attacks that have taken place in Western Europe, and how — in the bigger EU countries — these are unfortunately now a fact of life.”

    He said taking the more than 6 000 migrants allocated by Brussels would “certainly be much worse” for the nation than any sanctions.

    In Poland, a survey has shown that less than 10 percent of respondents disagree with the statement that “all immigration from majority Muslim nations should be stopped”.

    Keep ​your language polite​. Readers from many different countries visit and contribute to Free West Media and we must therefore obey the rules in​,​ for example​, ​Germany. Illegal content will be deleted.

    If you have been approved to post comments without preview from FWM, you are responsible for violation​s​ of​ any​ law. This means that FWM may be forced to cooperate with authorities in a possible crime investigation.

    If your comments are subject to preview ​by FWM, please be patient. We continually review comments but depending on the time of day it can take up to several hours before your comment is reviewed.

    We reserve the right to del​ete​ comments that are offensive, contain slander or foul language, or are irrelevant to the discussion.

    • Sandy

      May Central Europe stand firm against the EU’s traitorous Great Replacement Atonement, and take Courage from each other. Central Europeans are admired by people all over the West, they give heart to us all.

    Europe

    Crash of print media in Germany continues

    The crash of print media in Germany continues. More than 80 percent of major titles lost buyers in the fourth quarter of 2018. Top titles lost readers in the double-digit percentage range. 

    ‘Soros is practically dictating Brussels’ migration policy’

    Brussels“The European Parliament’s fresh decision to increase funding for ‘Soros groups’ once again makes it clear that George Soros is practically dictating Brussels’ migration policy,” ruling Fidesz’s communications chief said on Thursday.

    Merkel’s union open to gender quotas in Bundestag

    BerlinMerkel's party is now aiming to increase gender quotas. Their blind spot to leftist violence has not changed however.

    German secret service moves against AfD

    BerlinThe Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution - as the secret service is called in Germany - has classified the AfD as a so-called "suspect case".

    Le Pen’s RN abandons Frexit as AfD gets ready to embrace Dexit

    The head of the list for Marine Le Pen's party in the European elections, Jordan Bardella, ruled out the notion of a Frexit, suggesting that perhaps it was no longer so desirable in an "evolving" Europe.

    Marine Le Pen launches her campaign for the European election

    ParisOn Sunday, Marine Le Pen launched her campaign for the May 26 European Parliament election with an appeal to the Yellow Vest movement in a bid to pressure beleaguered President Emmanuel Macron. She said: ”The battle is now between nationalists and globalists.”

    Act IX: Yellow Vests numbers on the rise

    ParisYellow Vest mobilization is on the rise, with 84 000 demonstrators counted by the Ministry of the Interior this weekend in Act IX of the French movement. Many clashes between protesters and law enforcement broke out, and more than a hundred arrests took place in Paris.

    Germany aims at UN Security Council seat

    New YorkThe new friendship agreement between Germany and France will, according to a statement of the German Federal Government, contain a point confirming the support of the idea of ​​a permanent seat for Germany in the UN Security Council.

    Leftist mayors rebel against Salvini’s migration security decree

    RomeItalian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini insisted on Friday that his migrant and security decree was a State law that must be respected. Salvini is facing a rebellion from leftist mayors who benefit from funding for migrants.

    French fake news spread after arrest of top Yellow Vest

    ParisAccording to fake news, the arrested leader of the Yellow Vests Eric Drouet voted for the National Front in the presidential election of 2017. It appears to be an attempt by the government to split the movement.

    Go to archive