Robert Fico, Slovak PM
We have written before about how Slovakian PM Robert Fico is one of those eastern nations who has stood strong against the Muslim invasion of Europe through this “refugee crisis.” Now PM Fico, who has just been elected president of the European Commission, has come out merely weeks before taking power and slamming Islam and multiculturalism as things that do not belong in Europe:
Tough talking Robert Fico has begun his third term as political leader – and has already sparked outrage by continuing his pre-election rhetoric about how Islam is not welcome in his country.
Mr Fico has stepped up his anti-Muslim rhetoric, telling voters there is no room for multiculturalism.
In his first interview since his election this week he told the TASR newswire: “It may look strange but sorry… Islam has no place in Slovakia.
“I talked about it several times with the Maltese prime minister and he said the problem was not in migrants coming in, but rather in them changing the face of the country.”
Mr Fico fears that the arrival of thousands of Muslims “who will push through their case” would threaten the Cyrilo-Methodian traditions, on which Slovakia has been built.
The PM also said anyone who wants to be multi-cultural, “goes against the very essence” of the country and that it is “impossible” to integrate Muslims in Europe.
His comments could have big implications for the bloc’s policy as Slovakia will take over the presidency of the European Commission in three weeks.
This is exactly the kind of realtalk that Europe needs to have- right now– if it even wants to consider the possibility of survival. It shows that the European people, both in the east and the west, are tired of Islam and want and end to the genocide that Merkel, Hollande, and the Western European”elites” have been forcing on their own nations in the name of “diversity” and “political correctness.”
How interesting it is that for hundreds of years it was the east that lagged behind the west in many ways, and for the last century was burdened under the tyranny of socialism, and yet today there is a reversal. The eastern nations, while still not perfect and with many of their own problems, are rallying together like a wall of ice against the firely swords of the Mohammedan menace, which the more heat the Muslims apply, the only harder the ice becomes.
Only time will tell what lay ahead, but it is possible that, so long as the east persists in the Faith, it may be that as the West once contended for the East against the Muslim hordes and won, so will now the East will become the savior of the West.