Poland is in a fight for its survival as a Polish ethno-state, Politico reports. Currently, the country is roughly 94% Polish and is united by its ethnicity and Catholic faith under a Right-wing nationalist government. But the European Union, led by EU President Donald Tusk, is trying to force thousands of African and Arab migrants upon the country to take some of the pressure off of other European countries which have accepted vast numbers of Third World immigrants. Tusk, the former Prime Minister of Poland for the liberal Civic Platform Party, has at times presented himself as a conservative on immigration while also pressing to break up the homogeneity of his native country. Politico reports:
The right-wing Polish government is under pressure from the EU to finally begin accepting asylum seekers.
… Opinion polls show that about three-quarters of Poles are against accepting refugees from Africa and the Middle East.
The EU president is even willing to impose economic sanctions upon his home country and other Eastern European nations to force them to open their borders.
Tusk has made it pretty clear he wants Poland to fall in line with the rest of the bloc and fulfill its obligations to accept asylum seekers. Even Austria has said it will start accepting refugees, leaving only Hungary and Poland resisting.
If the Polish government doesn’t take part, “it will come with inevitable consequences,” he warned in Polish last week.
The ruling Law and Justice Party, headed by
Jaroslaw Kaczynski, is leading a determined fight against Tusk and the EU leaders.
The reason given is that Muslim migrants could be a problem for Poland’s homogenous society.
Kaczynski reiterated his antipathy toward refugees in an interview with the Gazeta Polska Codziennie newspaper published Monday, warning that Poland “would have to completely change our culture and radically lower the level of safety in our country.” He also said that Poland “would have to use some repression” to prevent “a wave of aggression, especially toward women” on the part of asylum seekers.
Kaczynski is being attacked in the media and by EU leaders for wanting to keep Poland a Polish state. It is currently a safe, Christian European country. The principle being contested here is whether Poland belongs exclusively to the Polish people or to Africans, Arabs and the entire world. As US General Wesley Clark once threatened, “There is no place in Europe for ethnically pure states.”
While Poland’s leaders seem ready for a fight, they are up against powerful enemies in the EU as well as the Catholic Church who feel it is their duty as Christians to welcome the world and be replaced. Ultimately, the globalists fighting against Poland want to make Warsaw a replica of Machester, England – where White children are now a small minority of the youth population and no one is safe from Islamic terrorism.