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15 juni 2017

Tidligere tjekkisk præsident Václav Klaus: ud af EU !

Det er heligvis ikke alle politikere, der er lige så vattede som vore egne

Her er en politiker, der ikke er bleg for at erkende problemet og foreslå den ubehagelige, men absolut nødvendige løsning, efter at EU truer Polen, Ungarn og Tjekkiet med at slæbe dem for EU-(u)retten så de kan blive tvunget til at betale bøder fordi de ikke vil begå nationalt selvmord og lige som Danmark og andre EU-lande med vattede politikere væe tvunget til at tage imod uintegrerbare og dårligt uddannede “flygtninge” …

Bare vi dog havde politikere af hans format i Danmark …

Taget fra Vlad og herfra

26 april 2017

Hvad fortæller MSM ikke om Victor Orbans kontrovers med EU om universitetet han vil lukke?

EUSSR vil føre Ungarn for EU-Domstolen, fordi Orban vil lukke CEU Universitetet, der er oprettet af og finansieret af George Soros.

Medierne ‘glemmer’ at fortælle, at CEU blev smidt ud af Tjekkiet for nogle år siden, hvilket fremgår af et interview med Vaclav Klaus:

This interview was published in the Hungarian newspaper Magyar Hírlap the 22nd of July, 2016.
The interview was made by István Lovas and published originally in Hungarian.


  • The EU is a threat to Europe
  • Brexit is the victory of every European freethinkers
  • Today’s liberals can be considered mostly as camouflaged communists

Václav Klaus is a graduated economist, he was the President for ten years and the Prime Minister for five years of Czech Republic. He was deprived of his membership of Academy of Sciences in 1968 after Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia. He was one of the founders of Civic Forum during the 1989 “Velvet Revolution”, he was also the first non-communist Finance Minister of the country. He founded Czech Civic Democratic Party (ODS) and led it as its president. He is the leader of the eponymous think tank called Institute Václav Klaus in Prague, where we were talking with him because of the German release of his highly acclaimed book Migration [Völkerwanderung – Kurze Erläuterung der aktuellen Migrationskrise; co-author Jiří Weigl – translator’s notice], about the crisis afflicting the continent.

István Lovas: Recently, in an interview you mentioned how you bundled off Central European University (CEU) of George Soros from Prague. I might add, that the Hungarian government of that time was very pleased for being able to host them in Budapest. Perhaps there is a better view of the world affairs from Hradjin than from the banks of the Danube?

Václav Klaus: Very good comment, but unfortunately, one thing is wrong with that. At that time I wasn’t yet the President, but the Prime Minister, so I was looked at the world from the bank of Vltava. At the Hradčany, it was the residence of Václav Havel, who adored Soros. Havel really did not welcome my decision. As far as you know in our countries the direction and the quality of politics is fluctuating. At that time we were much more rightists and radicals, than the Hungarian government.

IL: In a recent interview, referring to the disposal of Soros’s CEU you mentioned, that you were working always on the restriction of presence of him. Can we say, that apart of some minor entities, your country is free from Soros?

Václav Klaus: We are not. There are many non-governmental organizations, which are very similar regarding of their mentality. But if I am not wrong, there is no direct activity in the Czech Republic. At the time you mentioned, we were taking care for not to grant a real status for his University.

IL: In the same interview you also told, that your mind was not changed about Soros during the past quarter-century. You added wholeheartedly also, that he is the embodiment of evil.

Václav Klaus: We wanted to make the transition happen according to our intentions. To realize our ideas during the process of the transformation of a communist society. While Mr. Soros wanted to tell us how to do that. Which was unacceptable for us. We wanted to establish a normal system of political parties. He wanted to fulfill changes that are beneficial for him without political parties, trough non-governmental organizations, which are representing nobody. Least of the voters. So this was the political debate with him.

IL: In your opinion, why the European Union pays so much attention to this speculator? For example in case of migrants.

Václav Klaus: I couldn’t say that it pays attention to him. Of course, there are sitting different kind of homo sapiens there whom I called earlier homo bruxellarum. They are thinking on similar way. I couldn’t state that in Brussels they are looking at Mr. Soros as a big friend.

IL: You praise Hungary on the 36th page of the German language release of your mentioned book, like the only country which took effective measures to arrest the waves of migrants. On the same place, you called the European Commission and the member countries cowards. But what do they fear?

Václav Klaus: I am afraid, they are not afraid of us. They don’t fear Mr. Orbán, anyone, anything. They want to change the composition of the European population. They believe in multiculturalism. Maybe they even believe in their own words, that the mass of incoming migrants will enrich Europe. And that this is the way to the future of Europe.

IL: But you wrote cowards. What do they fear?

Václav Klaus: It is cissy there, in the original Czech text.

IL: That is also good.

Václav Klaus: They are cissy, because they believe in this ideology of multiculturalism.

IL: Brussels said, there will be penalty for each country for every rejected migrants, it will be €250,000 per person. But if the migration is such a good business, then why should punish anyone, who does not want to be a part of it?

Václav Klaus: This is a very good question. Definitely, this is a tool with which they want to force the countries to admit the migrants. But I do not think that they believe that migrants could mean any productive potency to the European societies in the foreseeable future. They understood that their calling for migrants was a mistake, and now, they don’t know how to handle their presence in Germany. This is why they want to distribute them in Europe. They want to punish the Hungarians and the Czechs, who don’t want to accept them.

IL: Why did you prevent, as the President, that the flag of the EU was being flown above the entrance of the presidential palace in 2004, during the accession of Czech Republic?

Václav Klaus: First of all, the EU flag is not an official flag. There was a memorable debate on this in relation with the Lisbon Treaty, if the EU Constitution could contain this, but it was throwing out then. But it is far more important to know, I think, that the Czech Republic is a sovereign state, therefore no EU flag should fly at the top of the Hradjin. We did not like the Nazi flag during the German occupation of our country either.

IL: When on 5th of December in 2008 the EU flag was given to you by Daniel Cohn-Bendit, who commonly represents in both of our countries a special kind of not so lovely people, he did it like it was a reminder to you for your act of preventing the setout of the flag on the building of presidential palace earlier, so he told you, he doesn’t care about your opinion on Lisbon Treaty, and also, that that should be signed. There is no way to protest anywhere! You responded him then, that he is speaking exactly as the soviets did. What is the reason of today’s liberals are talking exactly the same way as the Communists did it during their time? And why it is that today’s decent people hate liberals just as intensively, at least in Hungary, as they did it once with communists?

Václav Klaus: You are talking about today’s liberals. Those, who have little to do with classical liberals. They are disguised communists rather. Mr Cohn-Bendit is not a liberal in the sense of its traditional meaning. He is thinking exactly on the same way as he did it in 1968.

IL: If the current Hungarian government takes any steps, the liberal opposition starts to shout about centralization. In the same time, they adore centralization if it comes from Brussels. Do you also have the same kind of liberals?

Václav Klaus: No, in Czech Republic we don’t call them liberals. I am simply stunned that in Hungary, as you just said, these people are called liberals.

IL: Sorry, they are calling themselves liberals.

Václav Klaus: So in Hungary, but not here. In the Czech Republic they are called Social Democrats. But anyway, we are not using the term: liberal.

IL: I was the witness of your speech a few years ago [19th of February 2009. – translator’s notice] in the European Parliament during the Czech presidency of the European Union, when the delegates run out from the chamber in hordes. While Mr Pöttering, the then President of the European Parliament, was listening that you call them communists as referring to their intolerant behaviour while being criticized, in parallel with the Soviet Dictatorship, his face turned red from anger, and almost choking with rage. Were your views softened since that time?

Václav Klaus: No. They remained the same. Perhaps they had even hardened. I believe that the EU is a threat to Europe and the cause of its continuous, steady decline, nowadays.

Læs resten af interviewet her.

27 juli 2011

President Vaclav Klaus of the Czech Republic | National Press Club Address in full

Filed under: Australien, EU, EUSSR, Greenies, Hodja, Internationalt, Politik — Tags: — Hodja @ 08:53

3 februar 2010

Václav Klaus advarer mod “grøn business”

Pas på erhvervslivet, siger Tjekkiets præsident.

Virksomhederne allierer sig med følgagtige politikere for at få deres bid af klimakagen, advarer Václav Klaus.

22 september 2009

Moar….Klaus driller.

Filed under: EUSSR, Politik, Totalitære, UK, Ytringsfrihed — Tags: , — Skjoldungen @ 11:36

Tjekkiets præsident – Europas eneste statsmand – nøler med at underskrive Forfatningstraktaten Lissabontraktaten.

vaclav_klausFredag den 2. oktober – på 37-års dagen for Danmarks kapitulation – skal irerne påny stemme om EUSSR’s Forfatningstraktat – nu omdøbt til Lissabon-traktaten. Akkurat som tidligere Holland og Frankrig har de stemt NO, men det betyder jo ikke andet, end at de må gå om igen – efter det efterhånden fasttømrede, danske mønster – indtil de stemmer rigtigt. Og det gør de nok denne gang, for de vil hellere på pubben end rende til evindelige afstemninger.

Og så er den ged vel barberet? – Nej, ikke helt. Polen og Tjekkiet mangler at ratificere. Og Tjekkiets præsident, Vaclav Klaus, har bebudet at han ikke kan finde fyldepennen hvis irerne kapitulerer denne gang. Han vil vente til efter det britiske valg i maj. For her har Tory’erne nemlig lovet briterne en folkeafstemning. Og da den siddende suicidaldhimmikratiske regering er den mest upopulære i mands minde, har David Cameron gode chancer for at overtage. Hvilket betyder folkeafstemning. Og mon ikke briterne så gør som alle andre, der har fået lov til at stemmme? – I hvert fald i første omgang?

Nu betyder det ganske vist ikke en fløjtende fis i realiteternes verden. Forfatningstraktet eller ej, eurokraterne kører bare videre – uanset hvad. Ignorerer simpelthen den slags demokratiske detailler. Akkurat som med danske forbehold og lignende, ligegyldige illusionsnumre. Men alligevel er det åbenbart en sten i skoen på den lille skidespræller i Paris. Han har skreget, at hvis Vaclav Klaus ikke træder dansen efter Anschluss-partituret, så får det “konsekvenser”…

En rask lille krig? – Eller blot smide Tjekkiet ud af EUSSR? – I så fald: må vi ikke også godt?

Læs mere om sagen her og her og her.

19 februar 2009

EUSSR: “Debat skaber blot kaos i vore korridorer”

Filed under: Blogs Foreign English, EUSSR, Politik, Sovjet/Rusland, Tjekkiet, Ytringsfrihed — Tags: — Skjoldungen @ 20:33

Tjekkiets præsident ønsker fri debat i EUSSR og bliver piftet ud af de ærede medlemmer.

klausDer er kun ganske få statsmænd tilbage i Europa. Én af dem er Vaclav Klaus. Foruden at være præsident for sit land er han det næste halve års tid også formand for EUSSR. I den egenskab har han holdt en tale til “Mickey-Mouse Parlamentet” (copyright: Ritt Bjerregaard). Talen kan læses i sin helhed HER. Klaus kalder hele EUSSR-cirkuset for udemokratisk og sammenligner det med Sovjetunionen.

“The most important task is to make sure that debate over problems is not silenced as an attack on the very idea of European integration. We have always believed that being allowed to discuss such serious issues, being heard, defending everyone’s right to present a different that “the only correct opinion – no matter how much may disagree with it – is at the very core of democracy,” he said.

“Since there is no European demos – and no European nation – this defect can not be solved by strengthening the role of the European Parliament.”

Avril Doyle, a particularly fine example of Euro-MP mindset attacked  President Klaus, her voice trembling, for trying to influence a second Irish referendum (update I now hear from parliament staff that she was objecting to leaflets not the speech) . – “Debate is a “recipe for chaos in our corridors”, she screeched. –“Please ensure that the bureau (the parliament’s administration) does not allow it to happen again.” (Telegraph)

Ifølge Mogens Camre – som selv var til stede – piftede man ad Klaus og flere udvandrede (Erdogan-style).Og det er denne forsamling man vil have os til at stemme på til sommer! – Godt jeg har min sofa!

18 december 2008

Sagen om Vaclav Klaus er nået frem til medierne

180grader viderebringer dette guldkorn fra EUSSR-kammerat Barroso:

“Når nogen sammenligner EU med Sovjetunionen, har han ikke forstået, hvad Sovjetunionen stod for, og hvad demokrati er,” siger Barroso ifølge Jyllands-Posten.

Er det noget med, at demokrati i EU er en by i Rusland?

16 december 2008

Hørt !

Fra tid til anden høres hæderlig tale i Mickey-Mouse Parlamentet.

Forleden omtalte vi hvorledes en delegation af korruptokrater fra Bryssel forsøgte at svine Tjekkiets præsident, Vaclav Klaus til, fordi han er tilhænger af demokrati og folkestyre samt mener at EUSSR skal respektere irernes nej til Forfatningstraktaten Lissabontraktaten. OK, foruden at være en statsmand af format er Vaclav Klaus altså også så blåøjet, at han tror der findes hæderlighed i EUSSR. Han burde vide, at i de kredse har man det nøjagtigt som andre voldtægtsforbrydere, når de hører ordet NEJ. Det ord kan irerne – og andre, der ikke må få lov til at sige noget, som f.eks. Danmark – skrige så mange gange de lyster, indtil de siger ja. Derefter er der ikke mere at snakke om.

Men nu får skamløsheden alligevel lidt mere officielle konsekvenser, idet Nigel Farage fra United Kingdom Independence Party tager bladet fra munden i selveste “The Belly of the Beast” og taler harsh words at yuletide:

14 december 2008

EUSSR’s korruptokrater pisser på Tjekkiet.

Filed under: Øst-Europa, Blogs Foreign English, EU, Historie, Politik, Tjekkiet, Totalitære — Tags: — Skjoldungen @ 20:14

De tidligere østlande er påny general-gouvernementer – lige som os andre. Det bryder de sig ikke om.

vaclav_klauseu_reichI Europa findes en enkelt statsmand. Han er præsident i Tjekkiet. Og demokrat. Og derfor skal han finde sig i at blive sjoflet til af en camarilla fra “Das vierte Reich” – “Neuropa” – “EUSSR” – eller hvad man nu ellers med føje vælger at kalde dette monster af demokratiets antitese.

Læs The Telegraph’s fantastiske beretning om et officielt besøg på Prags gamle slot Hradcin, hvor præsident Vaclav Klaus er tvunget til at modtage bl.a. Daniel Cohn-Bendit (kendt som “aktivist” fra bølleoptøjerne i Paris i 1960’erne) og Hans-Georg Pöttering (af Berlusconi med rette beskrevet som prototypen på en KZ-kapo):

“Imagine that a Franco-German MEP, invited to meet the Queen at Buckingham Palace, plonked down in front of her an EU “ring of stars” flag, insisting that she hoist it over the palace alongside the Royal Standard, and then proceeded to address her in a deliberately insulting way. The British people, if news of the incident leaked out, might not be too pleased.

Something not dissimilar took place at a remarkable recent meeting between the heads of the groups in the European Parliament and Vaclav Klaus, the Czech head of state, in his palace in Hradcany Castle, on a hill overlooking Prague. The aim was to discuss how the Czechs should handle the EU’s rotating six-monthly presidency when they take over from France on January 1.

The EU’s ruling elite view President Klaus, a distinguished academic economist, with a mixture of bewilderment, hatred and contempt. As his country’s prime minister, he applied to join the EU in the days after the fall of Communism in the 1990s. But now Klaus is alone among European leaders in expressing openly Eurosceptic views, not least about the Lisbon Treaty, which the Czech parliament has yet to ratify.

Klaus was an outspoken dissident under the Communist regime, and he has come to regard the EU as dangerously anti-democratic. But he compounds this sin with highly sceptical views on global warming, on which he recently published a book, Blue Planet in Green Shackles. He likens the extreme environmentalism favoured by the EU to Communism, as a serious threat to democracy, freedom and prosperity. (more…)

19 juni 2008

En europæisk statsmand.

Filed under: Øst-Europa, Blogs Foreign English — Tags: — Skjoldungen @ 22:22

I Václav Klaus har Tjekkiet en præsident alle europæere kan være stolte af.

Vaclav KlausFra et interview i Lidove Novín, den 17. juni
Med tak til EU Referendum.

What do you think about the Irish No?
The whole of Europe should thank the Irish people for slowing down current erroneous processes towards more unification, the suppression of nation states, towards a ‘Europe of regions’, and towards greater centralization from above of which the Lisbon Treaty was the embodiment. Thanks to the Irish referendum this was a perfect example of what the common people think about this development – contrary to the politicians supporting the EU who are motivated entirely differently. I thanked a few Irish people personally.

What does the Irish NO mean for the fate of the Lisbon Treaty in your view? What will be its impact for the entire EU?
I cannot imagine any other development besides recognizing the fact that this is not the way to go. Let’s seek a different European model than a supranational state with its seat in Brussels. Let’s come back to the community of friendly, effectively cooperating states. Let’s keep most of the competencies on the level of states. We should let people living on the European continent be Czechs, Poles, Italians, Danes and not make Europeans of them. That is a wrong project. The difference between a Czech, a Pole, an Italian and a Dane (as random examples) and a European is like the difference between Czech, Polish, Danish and esperanto. “Europeanness” is esperanto; an artificial, dead language.

What follows from the Irish No for the Czech Republic? Should we continue in preparing the ratification under these circumstances, or is it not necessary? E.g. the British declared that they are going to continue in the ratification, despite the results in Ireland…
The ratification cannot be continued, the Treaty can no longer come into force. To continue as though nothing has happened, would be a pure hypocrisy. This would be worse news about the “state of the Union” than the Irish NO. The ratification of the Lisbon Treaty in the Czech Republic ended last Friday. To pretend something else is undignified – at least if we are in a world where one plus one equals two. I think that the British didn’t declare anything. It was the Labour Prime Minister Gordon Brown who declared something. The British democracy is much more complex.

Does the Irish NO change your attitude towards the option of having a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty in the Czech Republic? And if so, how?
The referendum on the Lisbon Treaty in our country is not necessary today; there is nothing to vote on. The only possible question would be: “Do you, the Czechs, want the Irish to vote again and differently?”. It is not about us today.

Should the European Union attempt to create an entirely new document after the Irish NO, instead of dusting the Treaty off or revising it?
Any document is only the last step. We need a new perception of the European integration process. It is necessary to explicitly repudiate the post-Maastricht development towards an ever closer union. The resulting document is then only a composition exercise, but it must be written on a different basis and by different people.

It cannot be written by a German politician who thinks in federalist terms and has been in the European Parliament for the past 30 years. It can neither be written by a Frenchman for whom “Europeanisation” is a way to increase the greatness and importance of France. It can neither be a representative of a country which wants to solve some of its historical traumas “via Europe”.

It requires an unemotional consideration about the right administration of “public goods” – which of them belong at the level of towns, regions and states and which at the level of the continent. And above all, which of them do not belong anywhere, because the issue is not about public goods but about “private goods” which must remain subject to the decision-making of free individuals.

What will be the impact of the Irish decision on the Czech EU Presidency in 2009?
We will have a little more competences than we would, was the Lisbon Treaty valid. The Treaty substantially weakened the states and therefore also the presidency of any one of them. But let us not live in illusions. I know well, that the entire concept of a rotating presidency is to a certain extent just a game pretending to represent a real democracy.