While Western European nations reel from what are becoming weekly (if not daily) terror “incidents”, accelerating their descent into police states, Poland reaps the fruit of avoiding mass-migration:
Błaszczak added that Poland was different from Western Europe because “we are not engaged in multicultural policy or political correctness”.
“The current government changed the policy of the [previous government], which was based on an open door for refugees. As such, all those mistakes which ended in tragic events in the west of Europe did not affect Poland,” Błaszczak said.
He added that Europe’s migration policy should be changed.
The head of Poland’s governing Law and Justice (PiS) party, Jarosław Kaczyński, said that a war is being waged against Europe.
“Either Europe … will get up off its knees and start to seriously consider counteraction measures, but that means rejecting political correctness, or these types of incidents will continue,” Kaczyński said, adding that Poland should expand its armed forces.
Ironically, it appears that Soviet communist control over Poland, as brutal (especially during World War II and shortly thereafter) and dehumanizing as it was, shielded Poland from the postmodernist decay that eroded much of Europe’s will to even feebly defend Western civilization, instead opting for the importation of unassimilable, post-colonial populations into burgeoning socialist welfare states.
Also ironically, the United States’ commitment to defend Europe through NATO, letting them off the hook for the vast majority of this cost for 70+ years until President Trump arrived, indirectly led to the dramatic and dangerous situation we see today.
A national characteristic of Poles is to complain. Given the nations history over the last few hundred years its understandable. Now though, its time for Poles to thank their lucky stars and do everything in their power to resist EU attempts to “share the burden” of crime, terrorism and other social costs that the EU itself (namely Angela Merkel and the German government) brought upon the continent.
While an immediate withdrawal of Poland from the European Union is not realistic (most Poles are pro-EU for economic purposes, though they oppose its nation-wrecking policies), the EU will change dramatically, if not collapse, sooner rather than later. The choices Poland makes today will determine the relationship it has with the rest of the nations of Europe and will hopefully ensure that the self-inflicted tragedies that have befallen the once-great countries of the “Old Continent” remain outside of her borders.