Czech PM: We Don’t Want African Migrants, They Don’t Want to Work and Come Only to Get Welfare

Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš discusses his immigration policy, which is to import the workers the Czech economy needs, and not the sort that the E.U.’s multiculturalism policy tries to impose.

The presenter clearly thinks she has caught him out as racist when he rejects the idea of bringing in migrants from ‘black Africa’.

Previously, Babiš told The Guardian:

“There are 700,000 illegal migrants — they need to go home.”

Europe must turn back the boats, the Czech Republic has said, warning the current approach of resettling migrants across the continent is the “road to hell”, and making illegal immigration worse.

“Such an approach is a road to hell” and “only motivates smugglers and increases their income”, he said, telling Czech News Agency (CTK):

“It is no solution to accept these people. On the contrary, this is just worsening the problem we have in Europe,” Andrej Babiš stated back in 2018.

The original video has been removed, but the following video is very interesting as well:

References: Voiceofeurope.com; YouTube.com

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