“GO HOME! GET OUT AND STAY OUT,” warns Czech Republic Prime Minister to the hundreds of thousands of mostly Muslim illegal aliens.

Dubbed ‘the Czech Donald Trump,’ billionaire tycoon Andrej Babiš (below), the new Czech prime minister, has called for the return to their home countries of hundreds of thousands of illegal alien Muslim invaders currently in Europe, suggesting funds could be spent on a Marshall Plan to help improve African economies.

Newsweek  Andrej Babiš has said there is ‘no way’ the Czech Republic will agree to Brussels’ demand that the nation accept a quota of migrants from the third world.
Human smugglers should no longer be those who decide who come to Europe and the continent’s external borders along the Mediterranean should be guarded by thousands of police officers. It considers the Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš .

Babis has long railed against the implementation of EU-imposed migrant quotas, along with the leaders of neighboring Slovakia, Hungary and Poland – collectively known as the Visegrad Group. He has previously labeled the quotas “absurd” and “not effective.”
Babis has long railed against the implementation of EU-imposed migrant quotas, along with the leaders of neighboring Slovakia, Hungary and Poland – collectively known as the Visegrad Group. He has previously labeled the quotas “absurd” and “not effective.”

At the height of the migrant crisis in 2015, approximately two million non-EU citizens were believed to be present in member states. While many of these were refugees fleeing Syria’s devastating civil war, thousands also made the journey as economic migrants from Africa.
While the number of these illegals has now fallen to 618,780, according to 2017 statistics from Eurostat, Babis believes both economic migrants and refugees should return home.

Rather than an expanded budget for the EU’s border agency Frontex, Babis thinks national governments should instead protect their own borders and coastlines. “Smugglers made €5.7 billion in 2016 and we have to stop it,” he said.
Babiš made his views on migration known when he refused to take in a portion of around 450 migrants rescued at sea in July, saying that taking in more migrants was a “road to hell” for Europe, adding that the bloc needed to send a clear message that it would no longer accept migrants.

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