Janez Janša: For Cultural Marxists, Illegal Migrants are Potential Voters who will Breakdown Family and Nation

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President of the SDS Janez Janša Photo: Polona Avanzo President of the SDS Janez Janša Photo: Polona Avanzo

The President of the SDS Party, Janez Janša, also reacted to the Marrakesh Declaration. Among other things, he told Nova24TV Studio: "The Marrakesh Declaration is a point of division at this moment. On one side are those who are aware of the reality of the moment, of the demographics in the Mediterranean basin and in general, and we are aware of the fact that this problem can only be solved at its source, especially in our case in Africa, where population growth rises annually. On the other side are those who see the import of as many migrants as possible from a foreign environment as a continuation of the project from the communist manifesto, where it is written that some sort of socialist non-class society can only be created after the breakdown of family, nation, religion, private property and private education. They changed their priorities a little now, but the degradation of family and nation remains on their agenda. They go by a different name now, but this is still a policy of cultural Marxism and to them the illegal immigrants are potential new voters and, having no roots, the illegal migrants will be able to break apart family and nation more easily, this is why this Document is harmful. "

Janez Janša is convinced that the Marrakesh Declaration is even more harmful for Slovenia, there is a "difference if the uncontrolled illegal migration threatens a nation of 100 million or a nation of two million souls". Unfortunately, we are not a big nation, which means that we are even more at risk in these cases. "The debate on this issue in Germany or France is very different than in Slovenia or in most other members of the European Union. Our government completely neglects this."

Janša also spoke about the fact that the Marrakesh Declaration or agreement, is a means for a new division, which is unnecessary at a time of significant challenges both for Europe and the world. Janša is convinced that "this division began when the matter was strained and given the countries that joined and those that did not, we can only say that it is a coalition of some European and Arab countries at the moment”.

Germany Hides its Guilty Conscience Behind Marrakesh Declaration

He recalled that before the debate on the Marrakesh declaration had even begun, the United States resigned, China and Brazil were also missing. There is more! Australia also withdrew its support and European countries are doing the same. "Two days ago, Austria, now presiding over the EU Council, made it clear at a European Parliament meeting in Strasbourg that Europe does not have a common position here," revealed the SDS President, adding that the countries that support the Marrakesh Declaration do so for various reasons. "Germany, for example, supports it because it hides its guilty conscience behind this declaration, since Germany caused some crisis situation in 2015. Brexit is also a consequence of this crisis, which can also be the beginning, I am afraid, of the strategic catastrophe in this part of the century. "

The Marrakesh Declaration Blurs a Relatively Clear Picture We Have Today

Janša is convinced that this document is "contradictory, harmful, and deletes some clear laws that were in place" and that "it is not true that this document represents a beginning of global regulation of this issue". There are, in fact, a series of acts that clearly define the terms of migration, refugee, the right to asylum, a safe country and there are obligations for countries that are members of the UN... "In essence, this Declaration is no step forward, but blurs a relatively clear picture we have today, in particular the legal situation in Europe, where we have the Dublin Regulation in place that accurately regulates the process of illegal migration in the Member States of the European Union. "

"The Slovenian Government’s Motive is to Hide its Responsibility"

 

"The Slovenian government’s motive is to hide its responsibility. This government is in fact recycled from the former one, which has released without control 500,000 illegal migrants across Slovenia in 2015, including some terrorists," says Janša, adding: "The motive is similar to the one of the Great Coalition in Germany, which has a large share of the blame for the situation as it is today. The Marrakesh Declaration is a point of division at this moment. On one side are those who are aware of the reality of the moment, of the demographics in the Mediterranean basin and in general, and we are aware of the fact that this problem can only be solved at its source, especially in our case in Africa, where population growth rises annually. On the other side are those who see the import of as many migrants as possible from a foreign environment as a continuation of the project from the communist manifesto, where it is written that some sort of socialist non-class society can only be created after the breakdown of family, nation, religion, private property and private education. They changed their priorities a little now, but the degradation of family and nation remains on their agenda. They go by a different name now, but this is still a policy of cultural Marxism and to them the illegal immigrants are potential new voters and, having no roots, the illegal migrants will be able to break apart family and nation more easily, this is why this Document is harmful. "

"Today, People Look for Happiness and Better Life in Europe, However They are Transforming it into Exactly the Kind of Environment from which They Want to Escape."

In the show Dialog on Nova24TV, Janša also revealed to presenter Aleksander Rant the global view of the situation and the hypocrisy of those who support the Marrakesh declaration out of solidarity: "Let's look at the numbers. How much development aid was invested in Africa in recent years by country – or by continent. Which continent has invested in Africa in recent years? Communist China has a $ 60 billion program for Africa. Seven days ago, the United States, in order to catch up to China, increased the funding in their development program for Africa to about 60 billion a year." What about the European Union, which is full of solidarity, and Slovenia? The latter gives nearly 2,000 euros to an illegal migrant asylum seeker at a gross expense. What about the European Union? "The latest information is from 2016, the EU has invested 16 billion in development aid to Africa, which is three to four times less than China, although this is our problem, not a Chinese one," Janša said, adding that we should join this international effort. He concluded by saying: "Today, people look for happiness and better life in Europe, however they are transforming it into exactly the kind of environment from which they want to escape."

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