by Billy Roper
Poland is a flat plain, pretty much, in between the Russian and German giants to its east and west. As such, it has been invaded and occupied from both sides, over and over again. The survival of the Polish people has required them to become stubborn, tough, and courageous. When the Muslims had overran southeastern Europe and were at the gates of Vienna in 1683, 23,000 Poles showed up, and carried out the largest cavalry charge in human history to break the siege of the city and save Europe. They may do so, once again.
Every November 11th, Poland celebrates its Independence Day. Like Hungary, they have refused to open their borders to hordes of nonWhite Muslim invaders. This controversial but wise decision has not only resulted in both nations remaining White, but predictably in both being exempt from the Islamist terror attacks which have plagued Germany and France and the U.K.. This year, while anti-White traitors such as Angela Merkel resent Poland’s sovereignty and independence, the Polish people celebrated their choice. Sixty thousand of them marched in Warsaw. They held the largest Nationalist demonstration the world has seen in years, proclaiming their opposition to Communism, Muslim immigration, and the influence of global Jewish oligarchs. The Jews are panicked over this. They should be. I was more favorably impressed by the 60,000 Roman-saluting, White Europe chanting Pollocks, than I was by any Veteran’s Day celebration held here in America.
“The mass display of xenophobia, including anti-Semitic, anti-Muslim and anti-gay slogans, was not immediately condemned by senior government officials. And it was certain to heighten concerns in Brussels over the continuing rightward shift of Poland’s politics. For months, Warsaw and the EU have been in a tense standoff over changes to Poland’s court system that the European Commission says undermine the rule of law.”
So, when 60,000 Pollocks walk into a bar, the punchline must be…“every Muslim and Jew leaves”.
Germany, France, and the U.K. would do well to follow their example, too.