Steve Bannon and German MP Petr Bystron Meet With Czech President Milos Zeman

Former White House Chief Strategist Stephen Bannon and Gateway Council Eagle Award winner Petr Bystron (AfD) met with Czech President Milos ZemanSunday to discuss the future of the conservative revolution in Europe.

According to a statement provided to the Gateway Pundit, Bannon has been setting up shop in Brussels with The Movement, which he sees an an umbrella organization for Europe’s booming conservative upsurge. He is working out of the offices of the head of the Belgian Popular Party Mischaël Modrikamen.

The meeting at the President’s Lany Castle in the Czech Republic was arranged by Bystron, AfD spokesman on the foreign policy committee of the German Bundestag and a former Czech refugee from communism.

“The three conservative mavericks discussed strategies for a conservative turnaround of the struggling continent, which is beset by uncontrolled mass immigration, Islamic terror, migrant rapes and murders, welfare freeloading and the crisis of the bloated EU bureaucracy,” Bystron’s office told TGP in a statement. “They agreed the EU, which has threatened conservative members like Poland and Hungary with draconic punishments for not toeing Brussels’ Soros-dominated line, can not survive in its current form, and requires urgent reform at all levels.”

President Zeman expressed deep concern about the threat by militant Islam and the need for action against it, while Bystron focused on the consequences of mass immigration to German — where migrants are six times as likely to commit sexual assaults and nine times more likely to commit homicide than the rest of the population. According to Bystron’s office, migrants are also nine times as likely to be on welfare.

“Just as the Left has the Socialist International, we need to forge a Conservative International to unite the forces of reason, responsibility, democracy and national sovereignty, and save the continent from imminent destruction,” said Bystron, who just returned to Europe from the Gateway Eagle Council in St. Louis, where he accepted the Eagle Award with fellow Polish MP Dominik Tarczynski.


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