Czech Republic Joins Poland, Hungary and Slovakia in Refusing Merkel’s Economic Migrants…

According to at least one report the coalition of EU nations who no longer wish to accept virtually unlimited economic migration imposed by the collective EU is growing.

EU TIMES – The Czech Republic has joined its Central European neighbors in officially announcing a withdrawal from the European Union’s 2015 migrant resettlement program.

After much criticism of the scheme, which seeks to resettle an initial 160,000 migrants from Italy and Greece across EU member states, the Czechs have finally withdrawn citing concerns over security and the ‘’dysfunctionality’’ of what has been criticized as a shambolic program.

Prague had accepted only 12 of the 1,600 migrants required by Brussels before leaving the program, which imposes quotas on all 28 member states under threat of sanction.

The resettlement scheme was the EU’s initial response to the near Biblical wave of migrants which arrived in autumn 2015 following Angela Merkel’s decision to open Germany’s borders.

In April, Czech Interior Minister, Milan Chovanec, had stated that his government would have to decide whether resistance to the EU’s quotas was worth the massive fines such a refusal would incur. On Monday, Chovanec announced their decision, a definitive withdrawal based on concerns over terrorism and the vetting of migrants, mainly Muslims from the Middle East.

The decision was supported by a majority of parties across the political spectrum, with even left-wing parties, including the Communist Party, welcoming the announcement.

Public opinion in the Czech Republic, and surrounding countries, runs very strongly against immigration, particularly from Islamic countries.  (read more)

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165 Responses to Czech Republic Joins Poland, Hungary and Slovakia in Refusing Merkel’s Economic Migrants…

  1. milktrader says:

    Withdraw from EU and tell them to shove it with their fines.

    Liked by 34 people

    • nimrodman says:

      A very telling statement from the source article:

      “Last year, of a small group of Iraqi Christians welcomed to the country in a church-run scheme, 25 cancelled their asylum applications, retrieved their passports and rented a bus to leave for Germany. Complaints about the standard of accommodation from migrants went down badly among Czechs, many of whom struggle to pay their own rents.”

      I think a similar attitude holds among sensible Americans about our own refugee and immigrant issues, not least those Americans who “struggle to pay their own rents”.

      Liked by 31 people

      • mopar2016 says:

        These four countries need to get out of the EU as soon as possible.
        Make the EU collapse as it should. The cult of islam doesn’t belong in Europe.
        And it sure doesn’t belong in the US.

        Liked by 7 people

    • TONYA PARNELL says:


      Liked by 1 person

  2. Brant says:

    Trump should visit all of these countries and work some trade deals. And since they are small and up against numerous goliaths, I wouldn’t have a problem with a bit of subsidization to help them along.

    Liked by 22 people

    • fleporeblog says:

      From the article linked by SD:

      The country’s president, Miloš Zeman, one of the few European heads of state to have supported Donald Trump in last year’s US presidential race, has called the current wave of migrants an ‘’organized invasion’’, drawing parallels between the large-scale migration and the opening stages of the Trojan War.

      A visit by our President may just occur!

      Liked by 30 people

      • Mike says:

        Looks more like the late stage of the Trojan War to me, when the horse disgorged its gifts, which then opened the gates, invaders flooding in …and Troy was soon annihilated.

        Liked by 4 people

    • wheatietoo says:

      Europe the most dangerous place on the planet for Our President.

      It is full of vipers who smile and pretend to be ‘friends’.

      He doesn’t need to visit those countries to do trade deals with them.
      They can come to the White House much easier than Our President going to them.

      Liked by 23 people

      • pyromancer76 says:

        I agree. Stay home and play the lion here. Rule over this jungle; clean up the detritus. Help the Eastern European countries any way we can. They know about tyranny from long-term first-hand experience.

        Liked by 7 people

    • maiingankwe says:

      I was going to suggest the exact same thing. I’m sure we could make a lot of trade agreements to favor both sides, and it would surely tick off the eu, which makes me very happy.

      Those countries have a lot to offer, and so do we. Instead of giving them money, (not what you said), I think counseling them in how we do things may be more beneficial. You know the line of rather than feeding a man fish, teach him to fish.

      I’d love to see their citizens become employed right along with ours. It’s a win-win.

      Oh, and when the eu comes a knocking for their fines, tell them to kiss off. Seriously, what are they going to do? More sanctions? Hopefully, that won’t work with our President Trump around.

      Liked by 12 people

      • wheatietoo says:

        I’m not sure that EU members are even ‘allowed’ to make trade deals with other countries that are outside the EU.

        The ‘European Union’ originally started as a ‘trade deal’ between European countries.
        From there it morphed into a ‘controlling body’ for the member countries.

        Maybe someone here knows the answer to this.

        I have tried to read about the ‘rules’ that the EU countries are forced to live by…but it is written in such gobbledygook that my eyes glazed over.

        Liked by 4 people

    • Augie says:

      “… And since they are small and up against numerous goliaths, …”

      This is true. But together, these countries occupy a chunk of land about the size of France. And they make up a dense, contiguous chunk of land. Perhaps they will become heirs to European civilization after the rest of Europe is lost.

      Liked by 8 people

    • wheatietoo says:

      I just found this…

      EU countries are prohibited from making trade deals with countries ‘outside’ of the EU.

      They are even forbidden from discussing it or “negotiating” a trade deal on their own.

      Liked by 3 people

      • evadouglas says:

        Poland is an emerging economic powerhouse in central Europe, doing big business with the Baltic countries, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. Poland, Hungary, Slovenia and the Czech Republic make up ‘The new Europe’ as Donald Rumsfeld referred to it. Also remember that President Bush 43 planned to provide a missile defence system for Poland but the Obama administration nixed it, so as not to inhibit the ‘reset’ in relations with Russia (collusion anybody? 🙂 ). Trump will supposedly be visiting Warsaw in just a few weeks. I foresee yet another seismic shift.

        Liked by 6 people

      • Grandma Covfefe says:

        Then it is a good time for them to all leave EU. We will be there to help them to get back on their feet. And they can help us out by strengthening alliances against all Globalist groups.

        Liked by 1 person

    • In AZ says:

      Agree 100%.
      The U.S.A. needs to trade with these countries and help them any way possible.

      Liked by 2 people

    • sunnydaze says:

      I love the idea of US trade with all the Eastern European/non-EU countries.

      If they can get their manufacturing standards up there, Go.For.It.

      Reward them for being sane.

      Liked by 3 people

    • mztore says:

      While I agree that these countries could stand some deals with the U.S.A., truly don’t you think our President should spend a bit more time on us? After all, he was elected to make America Great Again….not just to visit with all the foreign diplomats. What is going on with the wall, what about draining the swamp, what about the tax cuts, what about the medical care everyone here seem to think should cover everyone…..doesn’t that count, or just foreign country’s?


      • Deb says:

        Good trade deals do benefit our economy and create American jobs.

        Congress needs to pass healthcare and tax cuts. Plenty is being done behind the scenes, but technically we the people are in charge. It’s up to us to help put pressure on Congress.

        Liked by 1 person

      • The Boss says:

        Concern duly noted. As is your pussy hat.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Europe is in very deep trouble and some of those nations are our allies. If they fall to Islam or just fail to prosper, it affects the USA badly. In this age, the affects of trends in one nation travel very fast to the rest of the world.

        President Trump is the most capable of all the Presidents at least as far back as Reagan. He works far longer every day than most of us are even awake. Much of each of his 144 days so far have been to work on the very issues and problems you so brilliantly brought up.

        Where the hell were you when the news of his days in office so far were out there?

        Liked by 2 people

  3. Bouchart says:

    And naturally, Eastern Europe, even these post Soviet Bloc countries, will find themselves more closely aligned with Russia than the EU and Frau Cankles over in Germany.

    Liked by 12 people

  4. mikebrezzze says:

    Well, Mad Dog killed Baghdadi today, the Isis leader, not one mention!

    Liked by 8 people

  5. Nighside says:

    Austria has suggested that Europe create a safe space in Northern Africa where the migrants from worn torn Muslim countries can flee to. Still funded by and step up by Europeans. There could be schools which could help prepare students for a transition to Europe.

    Liked by 2 people

    • AM says:

      *Or* they could be given an education and tools to rebuild home. I’m not sure why European countries feel the need to accept anyone but the best and brightest that they actually need. When did Europe become a set of proposition nations?

      Liked by 6 people

      • Bl says:

        Or they should just leave them alone. They don’t seem too appreciative of our billions anyway.

        Liked by 2 people

      • They need immigrants because they are running out of workers! Not enough people to work to pay for all the socialism that everyone expects over there. Not enough people to pay the extremely generous pensions and health services to retirees. It’s bad, but not being covered. The ZPG movement is still alive and well in the Western world.

        As far as I know, only Mormons and very religious Jews have big families any more. And guess who is getting rich? Yep. A growing population is a sign of and leads to prosperity. The Muslims would be in that group but in the ME the men are killing each other faster than the mothers can keep up. Hence, poverty. Weird, eh?


        • Deb says:

          I’m Catholic and I have 9 children. Some of us Catholics still have large families.

          Many evangelicals like the Duggars also intentionally have large families.

          I didn’t intend to have a large family when I was married, but it has been a joy.

          Liked by 2 people

      • SEJMON says:

        it very easy answer….AM-at time when thet reject christian heritage…..


    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      Why to Europe? Let them hang out there, then go home.

      Liked by 2 people

    • mikeyboo says:

      I’d be more interested in schools which could help prepare students for return to safe spaces created in their own area of the world.

      Liked by 3 people

  6. Sylvia Avery says:

    Well thank heavens not all of Europe is interested in committing civilizational suicide. Good for the CR!

    Liked by 14 people

  7. Gil says:

    Ad rem, i think my post is in the spam bin. Submitted 2x, not showing up. Please check? Ty!

    Liked by 1 person

  8. SpanglishKC says:


    Makes me wonder if years from it will be the US, Russia and the “Eastern Bloc” countries that will save the planet from another Dark Ages, save Christiandom and beat back the Islamic invaders..

    I don’t think it’s far fetched…

    Liked by 14 people

  9. MaryfromMarin says:

    “Sanity is contagious. You get it from your Central European friends.”

    Liked by 3 people

  10. James F says:

    Muslim supremacists ban non-muslims from entering entire cities like Mecca and Medina.

    Why should westerners welcome these hateful bigots into our cities when they won’t allow us into theirs?

    Liked by 19 people

  11. Just Curious says:

    President Trump should find time to visit additional Central European countries aside from Poland next month. These countries deserve our support after they have finally realized the danger to their society with mass invasion of these so called economic refugees. When will these countries finally decide to leave the senseless and bureaucratic one world order EU like UK has done is another question that they will soon have to answer.

    Liked by 2 people

  12. Watcher says:

    Funny how things work, Gaddafi shakes down EU. EU helps take him out. EU shakes down smaller EU nations. What’s next?

    Liked by 2 people

  13. GSR says:

    Its simple: no Muslim “immigrants” = no Muslim jihad terrorist attacks.

    Liked by 1 person

  14. citizen817 says:

    Other than Germany, France, Sweden, and the UK, the world is waking up to the dangers of accepting these migrants.

    Liked by 5 people

  15. ALEX says:

    Great news….Time to break the German-French cultural suicide bombers for good…This is the map of the countries that will be attending the Summit of Three Seas when Trump visits before G-20. I think he is going to speak, but don’t know for certain….The sea access is interesting.

    Poland received first LNG shipment from America the other day. We are going to be a big player in natural gas in Central Europe. Good on all these fine people for preserving their heritage…

    Liked by 7 people

  16. TwoLaine says:

    The swamp rats on the tubes keep talking about how we don’t have the same problems as Europe because they assimilate better here. B.S.! The Kenyan impostor even made it so they don’t have to take a pledge of allegiance to the U.S. when they become citizens. Until we drop all but the English language here, they never will assimilate either.

    Here’s a perfect example, posted just today.

    “My hometown (Utica) is gone”
    by Ann Corcoran

    Liked by 9 people

    • ALEX says:

      Just add Mexican or any other people. As long as we allow massive refugees and anchor babies we are finished…The Muslim/refugee is particularly obscene, but this is nothing new..

      Liked by 5 people

      • TwoLaine says:

        Agreed! It ticks me off that we have wasted so much time on Russia-Russia-Russia, when Mexico influences EVERY election we have. EVERY Election! And the SPINELESS swamp rats USE THEM and other countries to continually make us feel less than. 😦

        Liked by 5 people

    • Sloth1963 says:

      Strange how she blames so much on Trump. None the less, the damage is done.

      Liked by 4 people

          • TwoLaine says:

            Got it. Too many shes… Yes, I love Ann. She does a great job as a one issue blog author, and because of that she is laser focused on “refugee” immigration and the TRUMP Team’s response, or lack thereof, to bringing in “refugees”, to the exclusion of everything else that he has done, and is doing to secure our nation.

            I listened to the b.s. travel ban hearings. I understand that their hands are tied at the moment. But if there is any justice left at all in our republic, we will win this battle. The President/Commander in Chief has clear authority to do what he did, at any time, for national security, and for capping the annual “refugee” number.

            She also seems to believe that we don’t care, or didn’t vote for TRUMP because of any other issues except immigration, and that is preposterous. I am not holding him responsible for things beyond his control while the travel ban/new refugee cap is making its way through the courts.

            Should he have separated the two issues into different orders? Possibly, YES. Why didn’t he? Ask the people he surrounded himself with. It is their job to guide him, and they blew it. Maybe they did it this way by design, so it would ALL fail.

            I just don’t think that it’s fair to blame President TRUMP for the CRIMINAL axxwipes who are obstructing lawfully executed Presidential orders, including anyone on his staff who may be trying to sabotage him. And I don’t have expectations or illusions that he must, can or will fix everything the 1st day, the 1st 100 days, or the 1st year. This is a 4-year job assignment, and I know that no matter what, we will get his BEST.



      • nimrodman says:

        Strange how she blames so much on Trump

        I don’t see it that she’s “blaming” Trump. She’s reporting that high refugee numbers are continuing under Pres Trump so far.

        The same way Border Patrol Union is reporting that illegals are still being released around the US this far into Pres Trump’s presidency.

        Granted, it’s early and there’s been lots on his plate and he’s been stymied by the courts and an uncooperative Congress and willfully defiant Deep State bureaucrats.

        But I’d suggest we not tar all these reports as “blaming Trump” – we need honest reporting from the field to know where we are in this struggle and what’s getting done and what’s not. If some of these hot-button items start getting done, fine. We can cross them off the list. If not, we know what remains that’s not yet been accomplished.

        Let’s not kill the messenger.

        Liked by 3 people

    • Watcher says:

      Why zero took the pledge of allegiance out. The pen & tongue jihad.

      Liked by 2 people

  17. Mike says:

    Jak se mas!


  18. Kaco says:

    These Muslim countries have been fighting each other for centuries if they aren’t invading and being beaten back. Now in the last decade we have to take in the so-called refugees? No, Trojan Horse, indeed. Czech Republic sees the result of refugees. Somalians have taken over many parts of Columbus, OH, my old stomping grounds and even the new stomping grounds. The wars will never end in the M.E. it must be contained there.

    Liked by 4 people

  19. Giant Ground Sloth says:

    A mere 20 years ago, no country in Europe would have supported mass migration from the Middle East and North Africa.


  20. thluckyone says:

    Is this why Angela Murdkle and her Junker buddy wanted an EU army? To FORCE acceptance of rapefugees and population replacement? Grrrrr. GRRRRRRR!

    Liked by 6 people

  21. Daniel says:

    But if they don’t accept these children, the climate will change!!

    Liked by 5 people

  22. georgiafl says:


    Liked by 1 person

  23. Rickster says:

    Is it just me? 70 some years after Germany tried to conquer the world, Europe is allowing……. Germany to run the show. Something wrong with that picture methinks.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Rickster says:

      Having said that, it’s apparent the old Eastern Bloc Countries are getting tired of being pushed around.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Chuck says:

      Yep, they don’t teach history in Germany and it endlessly repeats. Think about that 70years – the lifespan of a human being and history is lost.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Rickster says:

        Right on, but I don’t think History is a biggie here either Chuck. If you have watched any Mark Dice Videos, or Waters World interviewing College Campuses, it’s beyond sad.

        Liked by 3 people

        • In AZ says:

          A young lady from Chile, in the U.S.A. on a student Visa, cut my hair a few weeks ago.

          We talked about different things, and I asked her if the history of Chile and the world was taught when she was in what we call high school. She was never taught any history. I said “then you do not know about this specific dictator, about that big event, etc. She had no idea about anything I brought up.
          History is not taught anywhere it seems.

          Liked by 4 people

          • Rickster says:

            In AZ, that is a snapshot of todays world. I was not the best history pupil in my day but thank God they at least taught some of the truth, and I paid some attention. 🙂

            Liked by 1 person

  24. Thank God common sense and a love of one’s nation and the common thread of its people are still alive in parts of Europe.

    Liked by 3 people

  25. Watcher says:

    The cover-up starts.
    How many robbers carry Molotov cocktails?

    Liked by 1 person

    • MaineCoon says:

      The were celebrating Bastille Day early??

      Liked by 3 people

      • nimrodman says:

        Maine Coon, I replied to you again about Comey’s “office raid” over on the “The Entire Deep State …” thread, here’s the link, just remove the leading star. Letting you know here, as you’ve said you’re not receiving reply notifications. Thanks for the discussion.



        • MaineCoon says:

          Thanks so much. I had problems with joining WordPress. All my posts then dumped into moderation so I closed the account. So, I don’t get the notifications & can’t ‘Like” any posts. Frustrating.

          After posting that one article, I googled to find more. This is a very odd thing, but I couldn’t find any more, just like you said. They all went missing. Very strange. Honestly, I read that Sessions/DoJ got the files in at least 3-5 articles, which are no where to be found.

          I’ll take a look at your post. Thanks for tracing me down!

          Liked by 1 person

          • nimrodman says:

            Yes, I understand that you may have seen similar accounts 4 or 5 times, so have I. The distinction I’m making is that those accounts weren’t “reporting”, they were musings or suppositions or spinning scenarios about how it might have happened.

            In none of them did I see “sources have said” or even “anonymous sources have said”, which would at least amount to unattributed reporting.

            My other comment has some fuller explanation, and thanks again for the exchange, I believe it’s an important point: “do we know this or do we not?”

            Liked by 1 person

  26. Joe S says:


    “Prague had accepted only 12 of the 1,600 migrants required by Brussels before leaving the program”

    12 is enough!

    How many can one country safely monitor?

    Liked by 5 people

  27. Joe S says:

    If you think about it enough, there is great comedy in this article, Sundance.

    “In April, Czech Interior Minister, Milan Chovanec, had stated that his government would have to decide whether resistance to the EU’s quotas was worth the massive fines such a refusal would incur.”

    LOL: yep, worth every penny of the massive fines!

    Double LOL: did you notice that there was no writing on hemming and hawing over political correctness, racism, etc. They just based the decision on whats best for their country-even in the face of the “fines.” They come right out and say, that Czechs don’t particularly, basically, like islamists with attitudes.

    Liked by 6 people

  28. Joe S says:

    And they think the fine is going to be 250 euros per refugee refused! That is 397 million euros in fines (1600-12 x 250K). 250K euros is about 280 K US dollars each refugee.

    This is not a wealthy country, and they have to pay for not accepting refugees. They find it worth it. Think about it.

    Liked by 3 people

  29. Gil says:

    Ive tried to post it 3 times and it wont post, but Serbia had a snap election .
    No faith in current president, voted in center right nationalists and the leftists are clutching pearls also.
    We may just have quite an alliance after PDJTs eastern visit in a few weeks.

    Liked by 2 people

  30. MOA says:

    This is dangerous for the globalists. How long before the watching British people say ” if Poland can reject all muslim immigration why can’t we?”.
    Even worse for the Uniparty elites in Western counties, what if each had a referendum on muslim immigration. It goes down in a screaming heap.
    Wonder why we aren’t allowed to vote on our own survival?

    Liked by 2 people

  31. Suite D says:

    Europe, the most advanced civilization on earth for a thousand years, tried to commit suicide twice in the 20th century. I guess the third time is the charm. It looks like eastern Europe will once again, have to fight off the vicious musselmen. I hope they do and I hope we help. Christianity is at stake, again.

    Liked by 2 people

    • jmclever says:

      Most of the areas where the Apostle Paul started churches and Christianity flourished are now muslim nations. I wonder if this is how it went down way back then as well?


      • Deb says:

        The difference is the Byzantines and Christians in Asia Minor didn’t import the enemy into their countries. They were invaded the old fashioned way.


    • Marti says:

      Suite D: Before you indict Europe for having tried to commit suicide – remember those same evil players were behind the scenes orchestrating BOTH of those wars. Until we direct our fight against the real actors rather than their surrogates, we can’t win this war. Christianity and Western Civilization are at stake.


  32. Swedishmeatball says:

    I hope Trump tells them how it will be at the G20 Summit. Take it or leave it. Then start making deals with Poland, Czechs and Baltic states. I am so happy LNG is being exported by the USA!!


  33. alliwantissometruth says:

    These poor people are simply looking for a new home. I mean, come on, they’re just women & children…

    Well OK, these women & children are all very tall & strong, & have beards. & yeah they have masculine voices, but hey, believe us, they’re women & children. They wouldn’t lie

    Plus they won’t be a burden on you…… well, yeah, you have to pay for their housing, food, medical, school & spending money, but then they’ll like you & it will be so nice…

    Well yeah, OK, they do have a tendency to blow themselves up in crowds with bombs filled with nails, & they like to go on shooting & driving rampages, but not all of them will do that. Some are nice people

    So come on, countries, open your borders, your hearts, your wallets & your funeral parlors & get ready to enjoy today’s exciting new brand of diversity

    Millions & millions of 200 pound, bearded women & children, making your lives more diverse, filling your streets with a new & vibrant culture filled with action & intrigue

    What’s not to like?

    Liked by 2 people

  34. Marti says:

    Important: Just drop out of the EU – period. No fines, labyrinthine machinations and long waiting periods whilst you have to keep paying dues! Give them the finger and walk away. The union is based on deception and a fraud anyway – you don’t own those swindlers anything.. It was originally just a trade union. Sounded innocuous enough, right? Now look what a monster it has morphed into! When you dine with the devil use a long spoon !
    You can count on Trump to help you out on bilateral trade deals.


  35. thesavvyinvester says:

    Here is my list of countries that have said “No”

    Croatia, The Czech Republic, Hungary, Macedonia, Poland, Serbia, Solvakia, and Slovenia,.

    Can any of you Treepers think of anymore?


  36. stanley says:

    I love this site, especially the comment section you guys are smart, amazing and funny.
    It’s encouraging to know that there are millions of americans who support President Donald Trump despite the bias and false reporting of some corrupt media org. I stated in my previous comment on a different article that i wasn’t an american but that am a proud deplorable, am a Nigerian and i support President Trump, he truly is a wise man & i know by God’s grace he will MAGA in JESUS name and everybody say’s?



  37. Rainy says:

    Does anyone have the video that was put out last summer of all the “refugees” invading Europe?
    The picture at the top of this thread kicked it off.


  38. cali says:

    Poland – my dad’s home country and the Czech Republic – my mom’s home country make me proud today to tell Merkel to kiss where the sun doesn’t shine!!! Sweet!
    Here is the thing: the citizens of the old eastern countries are a totally different breed from the rest of Europe. They are a very proud people of their heritage which they will protect no matter what. They are not PC nor will they submit the whims of Merkel – similar in mold of Soros and emerging dictator. The history of her and her family in Poland tells you all there is to know. She has always been a secret communist type among a host of other traits. She can not be trusted.
    Hungary currently battles Soros and a major investigation is underway as he continues to undermine the political leadership in Hungary trying to defeat the current leader in the next election. His offices there are closed although he managed to stage demonstrations causing violence similar as it happened here to the many DT supporters during the election.
    These citizens are not welcoming to any mandated migrants wanting to change their culture and as Hungary among others have done now for almost a year staffed their closed borders with their military soldiers guarding these closed borders pushing back arriving Arabs or Africans attempting to overrun or break into the borders.
    Of course the Pravda in the US would not report on these realities!
    I’m glad to know that our president will be visiting Hungary and others as invitations are being received by the administration. Even the queen in England told the muslim mayor that he has no say about the visit of DT and her invitation stands looking forward to meet our president. Imagine that!


  39. 4430lacey says:

    Merkel’s immigration policy may drive Poland, Hungary, etc back into the waiting arms of Russia. Leveling huge fines might just do the trick.


    • MOA says:

      You need not worry about that for a second. They’ve been there done that and revolted.
      A loose eastern European trade block linked to the Anglosphere and old Commonwealth is however a real possibility. Their cultural values are closer to the US than say Germany’s.


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