A quick transcript:
"And so there is, in the [EU's] foreign policy, a black stain of shame, and that's the immigration crisis.
Politicians who close their eyes for the fact that the migration wave hasn't already rolled over us, and are telling us not to worry, remind me of a former mayor of Prague. At the time of the floods this mayor stood on the bridge and told everybody that the situation is under control. Two hours later the Prague Underground was under water. Sometimes I feel like Cassandra [in Greek mythology King Priam's daughter, who was given by Apollo the gift of foretelling the future but simultaneously cursed to never finding anyone to believe her], who warned Troy of imminent invaders, but I am absolutely convinced that that what is coming is an organized invasion and not a spontaneous influx of refugees.
Those who are in favor of immigration talk of empathy, of solidarity. Empathy is required towards the old, the sick and especially the children. The great majority however of the illegal immigrants are young, healthy men without families.
And I ask myself why these men don't take weapons in their hands and fight for their own countries' freedom and against IS?
The migration crisis is obviously making IS stronger, and I cannot imagine that in the days of the Boehmen und Maehren Protektorat [how the Nazis called occupied Czechoslovakia] our country's young men would have fled to Great Britain to ask for welfare checks.
They fled to take up arms for the freedom of their country [enough Czechs managed to escape to Great Britain to form a brigade, and there were sufficient airmen to form two fighter squadrons, 310 and 312, and one bomber squadron, 311].
The same goes for those fleeing countries where there is no war, which at the same time is weakening these countries.
When on 17 November a pro-immigration demonstration was organized, I was informed by our intelligence services that the signs in the demonstration would contain the message: "This is not our country. Refugees welcome". Then someone told the organizers that a message like that was grotesquely stupid, and so it was changed into the slightly less idiotic "This country is for everybody. Refugees welcome."
At the end of my Christmas message I want to assure you of two very obvious things:
'THIS LAND IS OUR LAND.
AND THIS LAND IS NOT, AND CANNOT BE, FOR EVERYBODY.'
Dear friends, a happy and joyful New Year."
Hat tip our German Waffenbruder, Stefan Herre at PI News.