Apr 19, 2016

The Immigrant Invasion Is Genocide

via Renegade Tribune

Slovakian Premier Fico told thousands of cheering Slovaks that he will build a border fence between Austria and Hungary to stop African and Middle Eastern illegal immigrants going to Germany.

“We’ll never bring even a single Muslim to Slovakia; we won’t create any Muslim communities here because they pose a serious security risk,” he told the gathering that filled the square to hear his pledge.

Election poster for Robert Fico reads "We Defend Slovakia"

Election poster for Robert Fico:
“We Defend Slovakia”

Addressing the cheering Slovaks assembled in the square the charismatic leader made his position clear. “It is predicted more than one million refugees will arrive in Europe this year. It cannot work to integrate people of other faiths and other cultures.”
The Prime Minister added that Slovakia would never bow to the European Union’s dictates and accept quotas. “The warnings issued by the Visegrad countries have come true. The European Union’s refugee policy has failed.” (The Visegrad nations comprise the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia).

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He said he would “not accept the creation of a compact, closed Muslim community in Slovakia that would be a huge threat to the European way of life. This is something we do not want here.”

Closing the address he announced that he is preparing to build a wall to prevent alternative escape routes through Slovakia and the Czech Republic to Germany.

Robert Fico (51) has been Prime Minister of Slovakia since 4 April 2012; previously he was Prime Minister from 4 July 2006 to 8 July 2010. The European Union leader of a member state has been the leader of the Direction-Social Democracy party since 1999.

Many of the European Union’s 508 million peoples believe European Union politicians, under the malign influence of Washington DC, are trying to diversify their 28 countries in order to water down the White majority.

Such strategy could be legally defined as genocide. If in a post-revolutionary period this claim be put to the test it could mean those of the political elite implicated could be charged and tried at a future date.

On April 14 the engaging Slovakian politician was hospitalised with heart related problems. His convalescence in Bratislava’s main hospital led to the cancellation of his first foreign trip since his election. The condition is not thought to be life-threatening.

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