Skip to comments.PM: Slovakia is Christian, No to Muslims and Mosques
Posted on 01/28/2015 1:14:43 PM PST by Enza Ferreri
"Since Slovakia is a Christian country, we cannot tolerate an influx of 300,000-400,000 Muslim immigrants who would like to start building mosques all over our land and trying to change the nature, culture and values of the state," said Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico.
Slovakia is the country that had its commemorative Euro coin depicting two Christian saints, Cyril and Methodius, at first rejected by the European Commission, which told Bratislava it would need to re-design the coins and remove Christian symbols, including halos and a cross-adorned stole. Eventually the Slovakia Euro was issued with halos and crosses.
This is the umpteenth demonstration of an obvious historical and contemporary fact: the stronger a country's attachment to its Christian heritage, the more robust, intelligent and informed its fight against Islam, as Mr Fico's strategy well exemplifies.
The PM noted that some countries are passing special laws to combat Islamic terrorism that give more leeway to the police. But, he said, "the best way to deal with that threat would be to have different rules for 'certain groups' when it comes to privacy, phones or bank accounts."
"When it comes to fighting Islamic terrorism, countries should pass laws that allow the police to do surveillance on people who are considered a potential threat to the country."
It's unnecessary to restrict the freedom of citizens by taking potshots at everyone, we should restrict only that of a small group at risk that threatens us: Muslims. Difficult to deny that the Slovak Prime Minister's is a logical and more effective strategy.
"Most of the people in these groups are foreign-born" he continued, "but there may also be people who are citizens of our country acting in such a way as to raise suspicions that in the future they could do something harmful to the country, as we have seen in Western Europe, and we must be prepared."
Fico agree swith Miroslav Lajčák, the Slovak Foreign Minister, that "the project of multiculturalism has failed."
Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico better be careful in traveling to other western countries—he’ll risk being arrested for using common sense and wanting to keep his country free and safe.
Happy to spend my tourist dollars there this summer!
have to Czech it out
I’ll be there for a bit this summer,
Where can I get some of their coins?
I’m moving to Slovakia. The women are pretty hot too!
Define islam for what it is, I.e. a violent political cult with the intent of destroying Western Civ, and not a religion. Then outlaw it. The muzzies can stay in their own sh*t-holes.
One of my favorite singers that I discovered a few years back is from Slovakia, Katarina Knechtova.....very easy on the eyes as well.
Hooray for Slovakia! I wish our country had the balls to do that. But won’t happen with a Muzzie in the White House.
If the muzzies stay long enough in a Western country, it will become like the sh*thole they came from.
None of them came to the West to improve their lives — they came to destroy and conquer it while the indigenous population stands by with their finger up their - - -.
Not a fair statement.
Even during the Reagan years they were coming in by the planeload and it has continued since then.
Slovakia has it right politically. Avoid Mulims now in order to avoid war later.
Slovakia has pretty ladies, too.
But it's the liberal pols who are also a huge problem...they're the ones who think all cultures are equal and wonderful and let the Muslims in. They should be put in stocks and have rotten objects thrown at them.
>I think a number want to improve their lives.<
Yeah right. Without having to assimilate.
But you are expected to accept their lifestyle and sharia law.
Some do, many don't. I'm not saying there is no problem with Muslim immigration...in fact, I'd like to stop it and pass stricter measures against Muslims already here.
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