Hundreds of thousands of Muslims fled parts of the Middle East and flooded into Europe. They flooded some European nations with far more immigrants than they could possible handle and in many of those locations, crime, especially sexual assaults and other violent crimes have skyrocketed as a direct result.
One of the nations that received a number of Muslim immigrants was the Czech Republic, a nation barely larger in size than the state of Nebraska with a total population of only 10.6 million people, which nearly 10 times that of Nebraska and only couple million more than New York City
Czech President Miloš Zeman is causing quite a stir in the European political circles by stating that the influx of Muslim immigrants is posing a direct threat to the culture of Europe and their culture is completely incompatible.
(Consitution.com) – Here in the U.S. we often forget the threat that Islam poses because we are only reminded of it once in a while, but in Europe there is a daily struggle between dark ages terrorists and the forces of modernity. And no one addresses this better than the leaders of the Eastern European nations such as the Czech Republic.
Recently the Czech president was again sounding the alarm bells by warning his people, and by extension all of Europe, that the invading Muslim horde is a “culture of hatred” that threatens to destroy Europe. He also praised Israel as a “heroic model” for all of Europe.
Even though he is a member of the country’s Social Democratic Party, in most ways a left-wing party, Czech President Miloš Zeman has been a steadfast resistor of the sort of untrammeled Muslim immigration that has plagued countries like France and Germany. He has also opposed the sort of multiculturalism that is destroying Britain…
Along with the flood of Muslim immigrants have been a number of terrorists hiding in their midst. Since the exodus to Europe, the number of Islamic terrorist attacks have greatly increased. Entire communities are living in a very high threat level, which does take its toll after so many days. One person in Europe described them as a deadly plague that could wipe out many people.