"IT IS HEARTENING TO SEE THE RIGHT-WING, PATRIOTS, AND NATIONALISTS SO WELL REPRESENTED AND GROWING THROUGHOUT EUROPE..."
POLAND HOLD THE LINE: 60,000 NATIONALISTS MARCH ON POLISH INDEPENDENCE DAY!
PUBLISHED: 15th November, 2017 | By ROMAN GARZA
Poland recently held official celebrations for its 99th Independence Anniversary. Amongst the celebrants were Polish Europhiles, EU apparatchiks, and the Polish chattering classes all vapidly observing something they clearly do not understand. They are unable or unwilling to understand that Polish Independence is grounded in, fought for and held by nationalists. That it is in direct opposition to the Pan-Europeanism they hold so dearly. Even more ironic is that Poland has been in conflict with EU for not wanting to buckle under the EU's demands to blindly accept more and more Middle Eastern and African "refugees" (most of whom are economic migrants), are not Christian, and most certainly not white.
It is clear they do not understand the meaning of Polish independence because as a member state of the EU Poland is for all purposes no longer sovereign and independent. The little sovereignty Poland has left can only be further diminished by submitting to EU directives on immigration and its communist agenda of forced integration. The most startling result of this event is how it has been treated by mainstream news outlets. CNN, Politico, and European sources all claim that the anniversary was tarnished by "far-right" protestors covering blocks and blocks and shouting "absurdities" such as calling for a white Europe, for a stop to Islamic migration and importing their terror, strident anti-communism, and proclaiming a glorious vision of Polish nationalism.
The videos from the march show that the attendees are carrying national Polish flags, nothing else (not a Nazi symbol in sight). They want their country and their people to thrive and understand clearly that this cannot happen as a member of the EU. Poland has been battleground of conflicting empires for centuries and the Polish have particularly been through hell over the past 100 years. Their country was overrun and nearly destroyed by two world wars, caught in the tug of war between National Socialism and Communism, and doomed to suffer forty-five hard years under communism after World War II. Now they face now another global force that wishes to use their country as a buffer and to advance its own agenda. Haven’t the Poles earned by blood the right to say what happens with their own country and who they want (or don’t want) as neighbours and countrymen?
The evidence of the Independence Day marches show that they demand to not only be heard but to have their say. Several Polish politicians have stepped forward to defend the protests and show solidarity with its demands. In a show of strength the protestors outnumbered the official celebration attendees by as much as 5 to 1. Poland's Foreign Ministry said that the day had been "a great celebration of Poles, differing in their views, but united around the common values of freedom and loyalty to an independent homeland."
Of course these protestors are called "far-right" and while that's not much of an insult and more of a compliment to those who are, it does not encapsulate most Poles’ political positions. These are simply Poles who are rejecting the leftist advances of the EU. Now they're being smeared and clumped together with those they don't identify with and mainstream media is ready and willing to twist and dilute the real story.
In Poland as throughout the rest of Europe right-wing nationalism is exponentially growing. No more than a few hundred people took to protest in 2010, but since the Conservative Law and Justice Party took hold in 2015 the rallies now number in the tens of thousands and are almost completely law-abiding and peaceful. Only one instance of violence was reported and that was the grounding of a few women who were holding a banner that stated "stop fascism". Also, Richard Spencer had been deemed "too extreme" by the Polish government and had canceled plans to attend after being informed he would be denied entry to the country.
It is heartening to see the right-wing, patriots, and nationalists so well represented and growing throughout Europe. Hopefully Poland can stay on this path and not cuck to the EU. This is a great victory for all of those on the right, whether you're conservative or libertarian. One way we know this a victory is that an Israeli Foreign Minister called this day in Poland "dangerous".
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