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Czech republic  |  September 28, 2012 11:55:05

President Klaus: Continued disintegration of traditional Europe

OLD BOLESLAV (MEDIAFAX) - President Vaclav Klaus warned in a speech on a pilgrimage to St. Wenceslaus in Stara Boleslav before continuing disintegration of Europe and its traditional values. This is reinforced by Klaus and social engineering efforts for its integration.

Klaus spoke about the breakdown of values ??last year and the beginning of his speech on Friday said that on this issue in the past year nothing substantial has changed.

"We are still seeing daily attacks 'progressives' of all kinds for a long time formed (and best) social values ??and virtues. This traditional value system decays. Grown strong efforts to complete detachment from the value Regulations, which created Europe as we know it today, and gave people living in European countries firmly anchor their lives, "said the president.

According to Klaus, therefore, Europe falls deeper into economic, political and social crisis caused by erroneous plus neskromným nepokorným and social integration engineering experiment. "Furthermore, the tendency to amplify regulations and management of our lives in all possible and impossible ways, and the weakening of the human will and responsibility," said Klaus.

The President also said that the time has come to defend these values, not only in silence and within our societies, but publicly. "It is the duty of all of us who are not indifferent to these things, and so it certainly feels the Church, especially the largest church, the Catholic," Klaus said.

Zuzana Fojčíková,

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