The president of the Czech Republic: the migration crisis is the result of a plan

Muslim Brotherhood Invasion of Europe
On Tuesday the president of the Czech Republic, Milos Zeman, said the migration crisis is the result of a plan by the Muslim Brotherhood to “gain control of Europe.”
He said the organization lacks the ability to launch a military invasion, so it has turned to invasion by migration.
“It cannot declare war on Europe, it does not have enough forces for it, but it can prepare a growing migrant wave and gradually gain control of Europe as it has been happening in some West European cities that police are afraid to enter at night,” he told Czech Radio.
Zeman said the Moroccan foreign minister and a crown prince from the United Arab Emirates are the sources of information for the claim.
“Based on these two information sources, Muslims and leading Arab politicians in both cases, I believe that the invasion is organized by the Muslim Brotherhood using, naturally, the financial means of a number of states,” he added.
In December Zeman made a similar statement. “I am profoundly convinced that we are facing an organized invasion and not a spontaneous movement of refugees.”
“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.”
Nationalist parties in Europe have experienced an unprecedented rise in popularity in response to mass migration and an associated crime wave.