Polish Interior Minister Mariusz Błaszczak has declared that his country will not fall prey to the same violence and savagery sweeping much of Europe due to the open borders and suicidal ‘refugee’ policies of his neighbors.
Błaszczak did not mince his words in an interview with Radio Poland, saying, “The policy of multiculturalism in Western Europe is bringing about a bloody harvest in the form of terrorist attacks.”
“Our predecessors, agreeing to receive thousands of refugees – and de facto immigrants from the Middle East, and northern Africa – were striving to bring about such a crisis,” he added, warning that Europe is now in the midst of a “massive immigration crisis.”
The Law and Justice Party (PiS), of which Błaszczak is a member, currently holds the majority in Polish parliament, and is known for its pro-Christianity, nationalist-populist platform, and is predictably demonized by the globalist establishment and mainstream media for being Eurosceptic and putting the interests of Poland before those of foreign subversives.
After wresting power in 2015 from the Civic Platform, which was led by former prime minister, Donald Tusk – who now serves as the president of the European Council – PiS killed an agreement by the prior government to accept 7,000 ‘refugees.’
“I don’t see a possibility to implement this decision and I can’t see it happen also in most EU countries. This decision is dead,” deputy foreign minister, Konrad Szymanski, said in an interview in 2016. “It was not being implemented from the very beginning and nothing points to the fact that the majority of EU countries would implement it.”
Tusk is currently under investigation in Poland for possible illegal conspiracy with Russian intelligence surrounding a plane crash that killed former Polish president and PiS founder, Lech Kaczyński, for which Tusk has also been accused of treason by Defense Minister Antoni Macierewicz.
Poland is just one of many Eastern European nations taking a stand against the European Union and its demands that member states accept overwhelming quantities of migrants, or ‘face consequences.’
“The European Union’s executive stepped up pressure on Poland and Hungary on Wednesday to take in asylum seekers under the bloc’s migration plan or risk legal action if their reluctant governments refuse,” reports the Daily Mail. “Warsaw and Budapest have stonewalled the scheme to move 160,000 people from Italy and Greece – the main ports of arrival – to elsewhere in the EU.”