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PostPosted: Mon Aug 27, 2018 6:17 pm    Post subject: POLAND HAS NOT TAKEN ONE MUSLIM MIGRANT NOR SHOULD WE Reply with quote

Polish MP happy Poland didn’t receive a single Muslim migrant: “It’s a war of civilizations”
By LAURA CAT 21 August 2018

Dominik Tarczyński is proud that Poland did not receive a single Muslim immigrant from the Middle East. Interviewed by Swedish newspaper Nyheter Idag, he has a clear message for the Swedish people: Change government.

Tarczyński is an MP of the ruling Government Law and Justice party and also a prominent member of the Council of Europe.

For Tarczyński, his grandpa, Józef Albiński is his great model in the fight against communists and other enemies.

Albiński (nickname Fox) was an underground soldier after 1945 against the Soviets. “He would want me to fight for my country because he fought for me,” Tarczyński says about his grandpa.

When asked if there is any situation he can imagine Poland taking Muslim migrants, he emphatically says: “No no no! Absolutely no! Zero again, I love my zero.” He continues with why Poland should not take in a single Muslim immigrant.

As Sweden being almost the opposite on immigration, Tarczyński shares his worries about the country.

“I’m afraid that such a strong country as Sweden loses power over what is happening in its own borders,” he says. “Older generations are the great model in the fight against communists and other enemies.” He has a clear message for the Swedish people: Change government.

The Swedish government is not impressed, accusing that Poland is not in solidarity with other EU countries that receive large numbers of migrants. Justice Minister Morgan Johansson calling Poland’s national day celebrations as “Great Right-wing Demonstration in Poland.”

During the fires in this summer’s heatwave, Tarczyński told Nyheter Idag, “Our hearts are with the Swedish people, not with the Swedish elite”.

Now, as the parliamentary elections are due in Sweden, Tarczyński hopes that Sweden will do as Poland by voting for a conservative government.

In strong words Tarczyński also explains why Poland wants reparations for the Second World War from Germany. People having lost their houses, people have been killed and entire countries are being destroyed.

Tarczyński shares how buildings in Poland were completely or partially destroyed during World War II. Now they are renovated in all their splendour. “That’s why Germany has to pay,” he explains.

In the interview, he shares of a conservative politician killed in Poland a few years ago by a leftist activist and about a left-wing politician smuggling activists into parliament in the back of his car.

He explains to the Swedish interviewer, once inside Parliament, that there was a disagreement over a small cross attached to the wall.

Under communism the cross was not allowed, it was put up a few years ago. The left-wing politicians protested but that political group is no longer in parliament. He quips that they say the one who is fighting against the cross will always lose.

He considers himself a sort of modern day crusader: “We are fighting for the Christian values. We are Christians. We are not Christians in name only. We can be called Modern Crusaders because there is a war going on. It is a war of civilisations.”

Tarczyński is known for his resistance to “illegal Muslim migration” to Europe. When interviewed by Cathy Newman of Channel 4 in Britain, he says he is proud that Poland has not received a single Muslim migrant from the Middle East. A message he says repeatedly in all media.

The Liberal left in Poland are strongly critical of Poland’s government. However, support of the government in Poland is stronger. Support that is around 40 per cent of the population.

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