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Vaclav Klaus, Former President Czech Republic on mass migration, human and civic rights

In the linked-to video inside Vaclav Klaus, the former President of the Czech Republic (2003-20130 says there is no 'human right' to migration and that civic rights are more important than human rights. Whilst individual migration may be judged on its own merit, mass migration as a right is an ideology. The European Union does not speak for Europe and changed from its former name of European Community (EC) because of an undemocratic desire to destroy nations. Mass migration destroys social cohesion and social capital. The United States may have been established through migration but the Europeans who led that migration removed the Indian inhabitants. If we want a comparison, consider that the current mass migrant diaspora being allowed into Europe may have a similar effect on the nations those migrants settle.

Reality Czech (ft. Vaclav Klaus, President of the Czech Republic (2003-2013).

Former President of the Czech Republic Vaclav Klaus © Ekaterina Shtukina / RIA Novosti / Pool

Click here to watch interview Interview originally published on RT on 15 Oct, 2015 09:49 on Oksana Boyko's World's Apart.

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"President of the Czech Republic (2003-20130 says there is no 'human right' to migration and that civic rights are more important than human rights." What's given migrants "rights" is the UN and their one world agenda. What's primarily important is the welfare and security of the host nations, not the UN agenda of spreading people over Europe. The UN should be at the fore-front in ensuring world peace and ending foreign interventions and disturbances. The UN should be a the forefront in assuring that each government provide water, food, health care, sanitation and education for their population, and maintain sustainable population sizes. Exporting people spread problems, and resentments. What's the UN done to protect Syria from intervention, and assure good government? They simply endorse the evacuation of the people into Europe, and expect the countries to comply? The human "right" to migrate has given the evacuees a massive sense of entitlement to resources and welfare at the cost of existing citizens.