A large-scale evacuation of train stations and public buildings is underway in the Czech Republic after reports of a possible bomb attack.
— Jiří Sejkora (@sejkPce) May 10, 2016
According the Czech officials, an anonymous phone call said ten bombs were planted at the central rail station in Prague and other locations across the country. Additional evacuations have taken place in the cities of Plzen, Pardubice, Mlada Boleslav and Jicin.
“An anonymous person informed us by telephone that there were bombs at the central railway station in Prague and other places across the Czech Republic,” said police chief Marketa Janovska.
Czech president Milos Zeman is an outspoken critic of the European Union’s plan to flood the continent with illegal migrants from the Middle East and North Africa.
“The experience of western European countries which have ghettos and excluded localities shows that the integration of the Muslim community is practically impossible,” Zeman said in a televised interview.
“Let them have their culture in their countries and not take it to Europe, otherwise it will end up like Cologne,” he said in reference to the mass New Year’s Eve assaults on women in Germany and elsewhere in Europe.
Zeman characterized the unprecedented influx of non-European migrants as an invasion. “I am profoundly convinced that we are facing an organized invasion and not a spontaneous movement of refugees,” he said during a Christmas message. He also said Muslim migrants would impose sharia law.
“A large majority of the illegal migrants are young men in good health and single. I wonder why these men are not taking up arms to go fight for the freedom of their countries against the Islamic State,” he added.
A survey revealed 65 percent of Czechs are against taking in migrants.
Additionally, a majority of Czechs oppose EU monetary hegemony. According to a CVVM poll, 78 percent of respondents reject adopting the euro as the country’s currency.
In February, the country joined Slovakia, Hungary, and Poland—known collectively as the Visegrad group—to discuss creating a blockade to stop migrants arriving from Greece.
In February, unelected EU apparatchiks approved a plan that would force countries in Europe to take hundreds of thousands of so-called refugees. Germany and France led the charge in favor of the “compulsory approach to resettling refugees” and “absorbing” them.
Hungary’s prime minister, Viktor Orban, has also denounced the effort to flood Europe with culturally and socially incompatible migrants. He blamed the European Union for the tidal wave of migrants. “If we want to stop the mass migration, first we must put the brakes on Brussels,” he said in March.
He warned “Europe will be destroyed” by the influx. “We are calling every citizen of Hungary and every nation of Europe into unity, regardless of political affiliation. Europe’s leaders and citizens cannot live in two separate worlds any–more, we must restore the unity of Europe. The people of Europe cannot be free on their own, if we are not free together.”
“It is forbidden to say that immigration brings crime and terror to our countries,” Orban added. “It is forbidden to say that the arriving masses from other cultures are a threat to our way of life, our culture, our habits and our Christian traditions.”
The Czech Republic’s resistance to absorbing migrants has resulted in young Western Europeans flocking to the country because they feel it is safer than their migrant over-run homelands.
Chris Tomlinson, writing for Breitbart in March, cited reports stating the main reasons for the youth exodus to the country is a fear of illegal Muslim migrants, lack of work, and a deteriorating sense of security where gang violence and street crime have become commonplace.