Poland is defiantly refusing to accept so called “refugees” for resettlement

The Polish government is openly refusing to accept refugees, and according to deputy foreign minister Konrad Szymanski, is “prepared to defend its position in court.” The statement comes as a reaction to a decision by Brussels to launch legal action against Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic for “not taking the necessary action” in dealing with refugees. Szymanski has accused the EU Commission of refusing to compromise on the issue, saying its course will only reinforce divisions in the EU.

But Poland’s problems with European refugee policy go much deeper, though they surface each time there’s an Islamist terrorist attack on European soil. Whether Manchester, London, or Paris, Polish state television TVP covers each attack in the same way.