50,000 Nationalists March in Poland
The massive demonstration—the largest such event yet in Poland—comes only two weeks after the populist Law and Justice party, described by the controlled media as “right wing”—convincingly won elections in that country, forcing out the previous administration which had not taken a firm enough line against the invasion of Europe.
The nationalist rally, which attached itself to the official Independence Day commemorations in Poland, was addressed by Ruch Narodowy (the National Movement); Member of Parliament Tomasz Rzymkowski; the head of the All-Polish Youth, Adam Andruszkiewicz; and a guest speaker from the Hungarian Jobbik party.
In his speech, Rzymkowski said the Polish parliament’s first major test would be the issue of “illegal economic migrants from Islamic countries. We do not want them here,” he said to rousing cheers.
Andruszkiewicz devoted his speech to an attack on the structure of the European Union, saying that their “mission was to rescue the Republic from the hands of the people who brought about the fact that we have to say goodbye to our people who have gone to London to wash dishes . . . We are here to stop these criminals who have created that system, and return our country to rule by Polish patriots.”
The large crowd repeatedly chanted “Poland for the Polish” and “Yesterday Moscow, today Brussels, taking our freedom away.” Other slogans reported by the Polish media included “Let us hurry and finish off the communists …” and “Stop Islamisation.”
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