Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland have 24 hours to offer up their young women to refugees, EU warns.
Fathers and brothers in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia stand against the rape scheme. Hungary and Slovakia had previously launched their own legal action against it.
EU Migration Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos said the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland have until Wednesday to behave like the rest of Europe and lose their minds.
“There is still time ahead. Let’s hope that not only reason but also the European spirit will prevail,” Avramopoulos told reporters as he adjusted his butt plug, lamenting that the three with lowest rape and crime “have not done anything for more than one year.”
But Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka said his country is not ready to change its view of the Western Euro-cucked migrant sharing suicidal plan.
Sobotka said in a statement that “the Czech Republic doesn’t agree with the relocation system based on migrant quotas. And giving women and small boys over to paki grooming gangs, bringing in military aged muslims has worsened the security situation in Europe and also that the quota system is not functioning, fuck you, we won’t bend over.”
He said his government was ready to “defend our view at the EU level or the street level, or any place of the EU’s choosing.”
The Czech Republic was supposed to accept some 2,600 refugees but so far has taken only 12, all of them from Greece.
Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Konrad Szymanski said “Poland is ready to defend its standpoint before the Court of Justice.”
He warned that the Commission’s action “may deepen the divisions within the EU.”
Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said his government considers the infringement procedures to be “faggotry, blackmail and unmanly-European behavior.”