Watch. Polish government attacks EU immigration policy and political correctness in uncompromising video
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“Two years after the Polish government opposed taking in illegal immigrants, Europe has opened its eyes and admitted we were right”,
the Polish Ministry of the Interior and Administration tweeted yesterday, when publishing a video conveying the message that Poland is keeping itself safe during a migration crisis that has outgrown EU leaders’ capacity to solve it, while sending humanitarian aid to the Middle East. It also claims that the EU is now slowly starting to recognize that the Polish doctrine was the right one.
“We were the first to say that not every immigrant is a refugee and only a few are fleeing from war and terror. Our predictions have come true. There have been confirmed cases where people involved with terrorist organizations have entered Europe among refugees. Although many attacks have been thwarted, there has been a wave of terrorist attacks in Europe. (…) This problem is connected with what Western Europe is struggling with – decades of policy of Multiculturalism and political correctness. The scale of the problem of illegal immigration has outmatched EU leaders.
Our government chooses a responsible way to fight the problem of illegal immigration. Polish border guards not only protect the borders of EU countries. Over the past two years, more than 850 of our border guards have been providing security in 18 countries. (…) Humanitarian aid from Poland is reaching the victims of wars in the Middle East. The EU is beginning to change its manner of thinking about taking in refugees. (…) EU leaders are beginning to understand the absurd policy of forced relocation of refugees. They are now beginning to appreciate how important it is to protect the external borders of the European Union and the security of its own citizens, who feel increasingly threatened. Two years after the Polish government opposed taking in illegal migrants, Europe has opened its eyes and admitted we were right.”