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In a remarkable display of national unity, Czech politicians are refusing to allow their country to fall easy prey to the kind of Islamic violence that is wreaking havoc in Britain, France, Germany, and Scandinavia.

Despitethe threat of massive fines from Brussels, officials of the Czech Republic on Monday announced it is withdrawing from the EU Migrant Settlement Program.

The program seeks the resettlement of 160,000 refugees across 28 EU states. Most of the refugees are from Muslim countries, whose values and conduct are proving to be violently incompatible with Western norms and mores.

Czech Interior Minister Milan Chovanec said the "dysfunctionality" of the resettlement program is the main reason why it's being rejected. Poland, Hungary and Slovakia also have said no way to the program despite a potential fine of $250,000 Euros for every refugee they turn away.

Hungary is so concerned about the migrant crisis that it has set up an electrified fence to keep the refugees from walking across the border into Hungary.

Clearly, Czech politicians are afraid -- and rightly so -- of their country being transformed into a multicultural hellhole riddled with Muslim no-go zones -- a magnet for terrorists, criminals, and rapists.

In Denmark, one rape victim had to track down her rapist to get justice. In Sweden, rape victims are tarred and feathered as "racists" if they dare to speak out against being raped. A number of EU countries are experiencing a surge in gun sales so that citizens can protect themselves against migrant attacks.

In the first half of 2017 the UK has endured three deadly Islamic attacks with more than a dozen innocent people dead and scores of others injured.

What person in their right mind would allow ethnic and religious hatred, social instability, and violent death to enter into their own home if they could prevent it?

A nation is but a home built on a large scale. By refusing to lay down the welcome mat to poorly vetted migrants, the Czech Republic is willing to risk massive fines in order to preserve the sanctity and the security of its national home -- no matter what the cost.

We would love to hear your thoughts about the recent decision by the Czech Republic calling for withdrawal from the EU Migrant Resettlement Program in the comment section below.

Source: Daily Wire

 

 

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