While Western Europe and other countries across the globe are plagued with Islamic terrorist attacks, Eastern European countries including Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic (Czechia) have managed to prevent attacks on their soil through one simple strategy…do not take in Islamic migrants.
Despite pressure from the European Union elites who enforce open borders and free movement of people on all member states, these countries are determined to ensure the safety of their citizens. Polish prime minister Beata Szydło asked, “Where are you headed, Europe? Rise from your knees and from your lethargy, or you will be crying over your children every day,” after the recent attack in Manchester.
“The Hungarian government is defending its borders and has built a fence,” added Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán. He has also referred to the migrant wave as “a poison” saying that “every migrant poses a public security and terror risk.”
The Daily Caller reports:
Hungary and Slovakia have taken the EU Commission to court over their refusal to take in Refugees, stating that it threatened their sovereignty. In addition, The Czech Republic stated that it was pulling out the program altogether, claiming that the Refugee Policy was “dysfunctional.”
In retaliation, France has threatened to halt funding for Eastern Europe due to their refusal of taking in Refugees, despite the fact that France has been in a State of Emergency since 2015 due to ongoing terror attacks.
While European Union elites in Western Europe are pushing for Eastern Europe to comply to their ideals of multiculturalism, Eastern Europe refuses. Eastern Europe’s commitment to state sovereignty sharply contrasts with Western Europe’s commitment to the failing ideas of globalization and political correctness.