Poland Independence Day: Thousands take part in far-right rally

The slogan for this year’s event was “We Want God,” in line with emotional themes of the past rallies. The words were taken from an old Polish religious song that US President Donald Trump quoted from during a visit to Warsaw earlier this year.

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  • SDMatt

    While many of the marchers carried the national white-and-red flag, some displayed banners depicting a falanga, a far-right symbol dating to the 1930s.

    Meanwhile in all Western nations the far-Left display banners depicting the hammer & sickle, while others of the same ilk persue subversion by means that run the gamut from merely wearing Che t-shirts to infiltrating our institutions: academe and schools at all levels, government, the CBC and the rest of the media, trade unions, etc etc etc, as well as aligning with Islamofascism.

    The far-Left is a danger to us all.

    • Lightstream

      Let’s all move to Poland!

  • Ho Hum

    A beautiful view of the torch-march. Maybe there is hope for Europe after all! https://twitter.com/esothetic/status/929559658536275968

    • Marius K

      It is more complicated then projected optics. Don’t worry..or may be should be worry because social unrest is coming to the city near you.

  • marty_p

    The Wall Street Journal reported that some of the protesters chanted “pure white Europe—no Jews, no Muslims” and “purify Poland.”

    https://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-5041830,00.html

    Poland was and still is a backwards sh*thole.