The former Eastern European countries knows and understands the evils of Socialism and Communism and sees it when it comes creeping back, the people of eastern Europe have got a livelong experience of those evil ideologies and they can teach us a lot if given the chance.
They reject the intellectual chloroformed 'political correctness' instinctly seeing right through it.
The EU resembles the Soviet Union being undemocratic without transparency run by burocrats and with the same supranational totalitarian aspirations as the USSR and even the insane social engineering projects are similar regarding the European people as masses and not as individuals.
Long live the Czechs, the Poles, the Slovaks and the rest of those brave people who survived generations of tyranny which the EU is busy building up repeating the same crimes as we speak.
The problems started when President Klaus – and around 80 other euro-sceptic politicians – attended a private dinner in Dublin on Tuesday evening organised by Declan Ganley, the British-born millionaire businessman whose Libertas group orchestrated the successful “No” vote against the Lisbon Treaty in June. The Irish government knew about the dinner in advance; what they weren’t ready for was what Mr Klaus told reporters afterwards:
“You asked whether it’s part of the protocol or not. Well, I made a point of saying to the Czech journalists yesterday that I take Mr Ganley as a dissident – sort of, sort of dissident – in the EU setting just now, and I am very happy to be part of that. We were quite happy in the communist era when west European politicians were coming to us and met our dissidents at that time. So I’m meeting Mr Ganley in the same style and same way.”