Strict measures imposed by the Czech government have completely halted the Angela Merkel-powered nonwhite invasion of that country, with the number of illegal immigrants crossing their borders having dropped to zero.
In an interview with the Czech newspaper Hospodarske noviny, Interior Minister Milan Chovanec explained how his government had succeeded in stopping the invasion: by making it as unattractive as possible to stay in that country.
Upon arrival, the nonwhite invaders are not allowed to go free, but are placed in one of four reception centers. Here they are kept under lock and key behind a 15 foot high barbed wire fence, and forced to stand roll call every evening to make sure they have not escaped. They are also charged €10 per day for food and subsistence expenses.
This, and strict border patrols, have cut off the flow as the invaders prefer to opt for the “soft” targets of Croatia, Austria, and ultimately Germany.
The overwhelming majority of the Czech population supports the stringent measures, and thousands regularly demonstrate in Prague against the invasion of Europe. A recent survey found that at least 70 percent of Czechs admitted to being opposed to the admission of Middle Easterners and Africans to their country.
Czech President Milos Zeman has also weighed in on the topic, accusing the invaders of bringing Sharia to Europe. He also criticized the invaders’’ use of children as “human shields” to demand entrance to Europe, pointing out that the majority were “wealthy young men with smartphones and deserved no pity.”
Zeman has also publicly accused Angela Merkel of engaging in “false humanism,” and Prime Minister Boshulav Sobotka is so adamantly opposed to the concept of even taking in a “quota” of refugees, that he doesn’t think a referendum on the matter is necessary.
“I am against quotas, the government is against quotas, Parliament is against quotas … I really do not know why we should hold a referendum,” he told media after being asked about the possibility.