Demonstrators in the Czech Republic call for formation of armed militias, exit from EU

Oh, how I wish WordPress would support embedding videos from LiveLeak!  Please, do click above…

The video above was translated by yours truly…

EU militarized police force?!?!?

It seems that the EU is worried that nation states which are not bribed into obedience might revolt and try to leave the EU…

…and, should any member state try to leave, and should the national police take the side of the citizens in opposition to the EU dictatorship, the EU has now created a militarized police force that answers to the EU and only to the EU – and can subdue any popularist uprising within its member states:

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A bright young Czech’s perspective on the ‘migrant crisis’ – Part 1: the background

I have asked a young, bright Czech – living in the Czech Republic – to give me some insight on the ‘migrant crisis’ – from his individual point of view.

He agreed – but said it will take more than one post….because the whole ‘thing’ is so complex and complicated. 

Here is Part 1 of his response, laying out the background to the story itself.  Frankly, I think it is vitally important!

Please, do read for yourselves:

Many of you know about migration crisis in Europe. It is the most discussed topic in whole Europe right now.

There are many oppinions, TV debates, blogs, newspaper articles…

But, from my point of view, we have to look further back to the past than few months.

First, let me introduce myself. I am fresh graduate of Czech Technical University – Faculty of Electrical Engineering and I live in a city near Prague.

My first thoughts will lead us to the media.

Most newspapers, and their related internet versions, are owned by few Czech billionaires.

There are lots of TV stations, but only one of them is owned by Czech state. It is called “Czech Television” (CT). A few years back I would have said “It is the only independent media in Czech republic”.

But, times are changing and now I say “I do not believe any news containing important topics in CT”.

Our media are full of “political correctness” and “multiculturalism”.

But this situation is all around the world. It has spread like a cancer!

All media are following those lines.

Do you have different opinion? “Oh, sorry. We think you have a problem. You are not enough politically correct/multicultural (we call it that you are not  “truth and love” enough – the motto of first Czech president, Vaclav Havel, was “Truth and love will defeat hate and lies”).”

I am sick of those practices, but what can I do against them?

Absolutely nothing!

If you say something that goes against the line set by official media, you will get tagged with the sign “extremist” or “pro-Russian fundamentalist”.

One example for all is our president Milos Zeman.

He is the first president elected by the people, not the parliament.

After his election, opinions were voiced that a president should not be elected by people (clearly, somebody thinks, that the Czech citizen is stupid and not capable to choose one’s own president – democracy in its purest way) and put this duty back to Parliament.

Milos Zeman has a different opinion on almost everything that the representatives of European Union say (e. g. Angela Merkel). When he presents his oppinions to public, he is always called “pro-russian”, “xenophobe” etc.

The worst part is when media say that he acts against the “interests of our nation”, but his actions are absolutely logical!

I cannot say that our president is 100 % allright and everything he does is good, but our media are throwing dirt at him way too much. He is just not that “multicultural and politically correct”. He has his own oppinion and that is his “worst crime”.

My summary is that if media can blame democratically elected president for being a “traitor”, there is something wrong.

How could you believe your media’s ‘news-reports’ about the global situation, if they are trying to throw  dirt at the President, just because he has different opinion then the rest of the EU?

Especially if it is the only “independent” TV in your country. I will tell you, there might be something wrong.

“Aren´t we talking about freedom of speech here?”

Hell yeah!

Freedom of speech started to disappear in our country around the year 2003.

First, there was a great attenuation of provocative humour.

You cannot see those innuendos from 90´ s now!

And if you do something like that, you would be definitely sent to prison for “racism” or “xenophobia”.

Maybe prison is way too comfortable. You get qa warm meal three, times a day, you do not have to work and you can watch TV all day.

Better way is to push you down. You will lose your job and no one will hire you.

Then you know what comes next…

A question – please answer, if you can!

Yes, I usually post my never-humble-opinions.

But this time, I know I would be out of my depth had I offered one….

Still, the question itself has kept me up on more than one night.

Granted, my early schooling came behind the Iron Curtain – so, perhaps the very premises of my question are flawed.  Yet, I have read enough (among the little bits of ‘H’istory that I have indulged myself in) here, in The West, that suggests to me that this question may, indeed, be more valid today than it has been in, well, almost a century.

Therefore, my dear reader, I beg you to indulge me in asking my question and, if you can, in enlightening me with the answer.

Thank you!

Now, for my long-winded question:

Before World War 1, the movement of peoples between nations was not regulated.

At least, it was not regulated in the manner in which it became regulated later on in the 20th century.

Yes, of course, there were border controls:  but these were meant mostly for economic purposes (import/export taxes) and to apprehend criminals.

After all, it was not so long ago that mainland Europe was still using the Feudal System of governance, where the freedom of movement of country folk was under complete control of their landlords.

And the aristocracy was not limited by borders:  crossing them freely and unencumbered to pursue political marriages.  The land they held was their only anchor to the kingdom in which they held it.

The craftsmen were also not anchored in place by ‘kingdom-governance’ (I cannot think of a proper term for this), but by the self-regulated guilds of their region, under which they were permitted to practice their craft:  guilds were built upon the apprentice-based artificially created scarcity of their products within various regions, calculated to ensure higher-than-market value of their work and thus inflating guild-members standard of living and social standing.

Similarly, scholars and artists moved freely between kingdoms, based on where they could find private patrons willing to fund them and their works.  (Note:  painters may be regarded as ‘artists’ today, but, prior to accessible photography, they were considered craftsmen and thus subject to the guild system.)  For example, consider the alchemical court of Rudolph the Second.

After centuries of feudalism, it took a bit from when the shackles were shattered to when people gathered the courage to reach for freedom and travel to far-away lands – not just to learn, or as a right of passage, but to settle for good.

At the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century, the human migrations truly became unfettered and populations began to migrate.

From my own cultural background – this is where the huge exodus of Czechs into Texas began:  so great was this migration that it was not until the 1970’s that Spanish overtook Czech as the second language of Texas. The University of Austin still has the largest Czech Studies department outside of the Czech Republic…  And don’t even get me started on ‘Miss Czech Texas’..

Yes, I realize that I am providing just one example here, but, I am no historian:  which is why I hope to get responses which will enlighten me.

Now that I have set the stage…

It has been suggested that one of the most important ‘behind-the-scenes’ reasons for the First World War was the absence of proper regulation on

the migration of populations across political borders.

Yes, of course – there were the ‘obvious’ reasons:  but I have heard the claim that these ‘obvious’ reasons were, in fact, brought about because of the cultural instability and tensions brought about by, in practical terms, unregulated migration of populations across culturo-political borders.

It would be difficult to argue that what we are seeing now, in the EU in particular and in all of Europe in general is exactly the same type of unregulated migration of populations across cutluro-political borders!

But, it is even more pointed now than what it had been prior to WW1:  at least back then, the migrations did not tend to cross religio-cultural borders – something that is most definitely happening now.  The new migrants flooding Europe, without any true governance, are not just politically and culturally different, they are also religiously different:  subscribing to an intolerant, supremacist religion that permits exploitation and violence against non-members of said religion and refuses to recognize any culture other than its own…

Finally, the question:

Are the current, practically unregulated migration conditions into Europe as dangerous, if not more, than the ones that sparked World War 1?

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