Category Archives: Poland

Polish Lawmaker Doubles Down on Promise to Reject Illegal Muslims

Polish lawmaker Dominik Tarczyński has stuck to his guns following a frank interview on the migrant crisis with Cathy Newman, insisting his government will not take a single illegal migrant because that is what his party promised before the elections.

Imagine that, a government that looks out for the best interests of its citizens. Such an alien concept could never gain traction among our political class in Canada.

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Poland’s Muslim ban

On being designated prime minister of Poland last December, Mateusz Morawiecki made the extraordinary statement that he and his government want to “transform [the European Union], to re-Christianize it.”

Struck by this grand vision of Poland’s destiny, and particularly interested in the near-total ban on Muslim migrants (Mr. Morawiecki again: “we will not accept migrants from the Middle East and North Africa in Poland“), I just spent a week in Warsaw to understand why that country differs so sharply from Western Europe and what this implies.

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Polish politician unapologetic for ‘zero’ Muslim refugees: ‘We can be called Populists, Nationalists, Racists, I don’t care … Poland is safe’

When it comes to countries hesitating to take migrants from Muslim countries with a history of terrorism, liberals in America and Europe toss around derogatory terms like xenophobia, Islamophobia and racism.

But Dominik Tarczyński, a politician in Poland, is not one to be deterred by all of this whining about politically correctness, understanding that in the end, a government’s first priority is keeping its citizens safe.

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Polish priest says what a lot of folks are thinking….

Polish priest blasted after wishing Pope early death over call to take in Muslim refugees

Father Edward Staniek, a Parish priest in the southern city of Krakow, launched into an angry tirade at Pope Francis after the Pope called for Catholics to take in Muslim refugees because it is their Christian duty.

In a sermon on February 25 Father Staniek said: “I pray for the Pope in his wisdom to open his heart to the Holy Spirit, but if he does not, I pray for his quick departure to his Father’s house.

“I can always ask God for a happy death for him because a happy death is a great grace.”

h/t TB

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Poland: Jihad in Asylum-Seekers’ Clothing

New information has emerged about a Moroccan national arrested in Poland two years ago for ties to the ISIS terrorist, Abdelhamid Abbaoud. Abbaoud was responsible for the November 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris, which left 130 people dead and another 300 wounded.

Polish prosecutors recently revealed that Mourad T. attended a meeting with Abbaoud and other high-profile terrorists in 2014 in Edirne, Turkey. Polish security officials maintain that Mourad was assigned the role of “scout,” to identify venues for attacks in Europe. Photos of potential targets and an improvised explosive device (IED) were found in his apartment, in the town of Rybnik. Investigators claim that Poland was not among his targets; he was heading for Germany.

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Article 7: European Union Launches Full Frontal Assault on Poland

European Commission First Vice-president Frans Timmermans has confirmed the EU executive is seeking to impose unprecedented sanctions on conservative Poland.

The 56-year-old insisted that use of Article 7 against Poland — which could see the country stripped of its EU voting rights but still subject to the bloc’s decrees — is a necessary response to the conservative Law and Justice Party government’s attempts to reform what it sees as a corrupt judicial system.

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Duly-elected sovereign governments are now sent to the naughty corner by YouTube!

YouTube limited features on an official Polish Government video.

Certain features have been disabled for this video – In response to user reports, we have disabled some features, such as comments, sharing, and suggested videos, because this video contains content that may be inappropriate or offensive to some audiences.

From Editor

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