Something about Poland’s history is that while the nation has always had liberal tendencies, when the tough times come the nation consistently returns to the Faith and then goes on to stand firm and even conquer the staunchest of evils. It happened in September of 1683, and it is possible we are witnessing this once again through the events of the past several months. It makes good sense why Poland’s national symbol is the mythical Phoenix, for each time that nation falls into ruin, it rises from the ashes of destruction, resurrecting itself through a new birth out of its own death.
Things are getting very hard in Europe right now, and as the going is getting tougher, the Poles are pushing harder against Islam and fortifying themselves for a long struggle. Not only that, but they are fighting back against the “refugee” invasion, saying they want the refugees to “feel the power of our breath on their back.” From Ruptly TV (Russia Today):
Thousands of far-right activists marched through Warsaw on Sunday, to protest against refugees and the EU’s migrant policy under the slogan.
The protesters burnt a mock Islamist flag, while chanting slogans such as “Poland for Polish people,” “Belgium is crying, France is crying, this is the end of tolerance,” as they marched through the Polish capital.
SOT, Robert Bakiewicz, protest organiser (Polish): “As a state we must say that we will not accept any migrants because we can see
the resulting consequences. Neither the Polish state, nor any other state in Europe is currently able to guarantee the safety of its own citizens.”
SOT, Krzysztof Kobylas, protest organiser (Polish): “The Polish government currently says ‘no’ to immigrants, that it does not agree with the amount of migrants sent by the European Union. However, we prefer to check, we prefer to control it. We want them to feel the power of our breath on their back, to feel our breath in their neck.”