Glad Tidings – Czech Out A REAL Xmas Message!

Milo Zeman


HM told us in her Christmas Message that she felt the forces of light would quell the forces of darkness.

But as a constitutional monarch, she’s constrained from speaking more clearly on the menace posed to what’s left of Christendom by the hordes of savages still pouring in to top up the million brought to Europe by Mama Stasi Merkel’s evil open-door appeal earlier this year.

Luckier the Czech Republic, where their head of state, President Milos Zeman, spelt out a crystal-clear Christmas message to his countrymen and women yesterday.

He described what’s been happening as “an organized invasion.”  

And he didn’t stop there. All those young men from Syria and Iraq should “take up arms” against the Islamic State (IS) group.

“I am profoundly convinced that we are facing an organized invasion and not a spontaneous movement of refugees!” 

Spot on, Mr. President.

“A large majority of the illegal migrants are young men in good health, and single. I wonder why these men are not taking up arms to go fight for the freedom of their countries against the Islamic State.”

We’ve discussed this idea before, and I doubt it would work in practice.


‘Migrant Liberation Army?’ Hellish Legion, More Like! 

Fact is, these strapping brutes seem not to shirk physical violence against the border security forces of civilised countries which they want to colonise. And Mr. Zeman certainly knows that.

So methinks he was making a point in delphic manner, and we can extrapolate two potential policies ways therefrom – both useful means of reversing the tsunami.

A Young men in good health should be ordered to report for duty, shipped out to the war-zone and trained in combat against ISIS, paid and fed like other soldiers.

B Failure to comply would be interpreted as disqualifying them for residence anywhere in Europe. That should result in detention on bread and water rations, until proper deportation transport has been arranged.


  • send-them-back
  • —————————
  • But as ever, Czechs face an enemy within, manifested in Prague as in Berlin and London, by the head of government. Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka is made of very different stuff from Zeman.

Like Cameron, he talks the talk –

“Germany sent a signal that was seen and heard in many parts of the Middle East and North Africa. That has spurred illegal migration toward Europe.”




Quite so! But though he admits it was Merkel to blame, he then declares ‘solidarity’ with Brussels and bad-mouths his President!

Sobotka sprang to the defence of crimmigrants, saying  Zeman’s Christmas message was based “on prejudices and his habitual simplification of things.”

Sobotka is entitled to his opinion. Thus the country’s two leading politicians are in total disagreement?

Only one way to see who REALLY speaks for Czechs.

referndmlet peole vote

A referendum!

That should also be the democratic solution to the similar debates in every nation. The arrogant EurocRats abhor the very notion of taking into account, much less consulting, their people.

Right now it would behoove us to ignore opinion polls, and just do what has to be done.“  Merkel’s Manikin Manfred – ‘Ignore What Voters Think!’ 

I’d be confident common sense would win hands down – a recent survey showed that nearly 70 percent of Czechs oppose the arrival of migrants and refugees in their country.