Poland’s Trump tells the EU’s terrorism weaklings: “Rise from your knees or you’ll be crying over your children every day.”
Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydło says it’s impossible to separate terrorism and the European Union’s open-border migration policy.
German Chancellor Merkel and French President Macron are the worst mass migration advocates.
Szydło was responding to the Manchester bomb massacre that killed 22 people, many of them young concert-goers, and included a Polish couple, leaving their two daughters orphans. “We are not going to take part in the madness of the Brussels elite. We want to help people, not the political elites.”
She demanded of her fellow leaders: “Where are you headed Europe? Rise from your knees and from your lethargy or you will be crying over your children every day.”
“It needs to be said clearly and directly, Szydło said: “This is an attack on Europe, on our culture, on our traditions.”
In a reference to Macron and London’s Muslim mayor Sadiq Khan, she asked: “Do we want politicians who claim we have to get used to the attacks, and who describe terrorist attacks as incidents, or do we want strong politicians who can see the danger and can fight against it efficiently?”
One of the “strong politicians” she referred to is President Trump, who Szydło has said she admires and respects because of his tough commitment to protect American borders and eradicate terrorist extremists.
Poland continues to defy an order from the European Union to take in a certain number of immigrants and refugees, or else face sanctions — the same ultimatum hanging over Hungary, which has also refused to take any migrants.
Poland’s Interior Minister, Mariusz Błaszczak, said that taking the migrants would be “much worse” than any sanctions the EU could enforce.