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Poland Independence Day marchers denounced as ‘Nazis’ and ‘fascists’

The people of Poland made it absolutely clear on Saturday that they would not surrender their country to hostile foreigners. As was to be expected, the mainstream media called them "Nazis".

Published: November 13, 2017, 10:38 am

    The Voice of Europe reported that tens of thousands of patriots gathered in Poland’s capital Warsaw over the weekend for one of Europe’s biggest rallies. The festivities were a tribute to 11 November, Poland’s Independence Day.

    The slogan for this year’s event was “We Want God”. The three words are from of a Polish religious song that president Trump quoted while visiting Warsaw in July this year. Trump had praised Poles for their defence of Western civilisation.

    The youthful crowd chanted “fatherland,” carrying banners that read “White Europe,” “Europe Will Be White” and “Pure Blood”. One banner read: “White Europe of brotherly nations.” Marchers had also flown in from Hungary, Slovakia and Spain to join the celebrations.

    Most marchers in the crowd said they didn’t belong to any “neo-fascist” or “racist” group, but the mainstream media and Twitter were ablaze “Nazi” scaremongering.

    The successful march, organised by a group called the National Radical Camp, working together with All Polish Youth, to co-organise the rally. Speakers said the country should defend “traditional” Polish Christian values.

    The day marked Poland’s rebirth as a nation in 1918 after being wiped off the map for 123 years. On Polish Independence Day, the country regained its sovereignty at the end of World War I after being partitioned and ruled since the late 18th century by Russia, Prussia and the Austro-hungarian Empire.

    President Andrzej Duda attended ceremonies alongside European Union President Donald Tusk, a former Polish prime minister.

    The marchers oppose open borders and mass immigration, but to globalists such concerns only dated back to Hitler.

    Leftists were angry that the Polish people had celebrated their Independence Day and wanted to keep their nation Polish.

    Communist attrocities have never outraged the left, even though some 100 million people in a 100 years, died at the hands of Karl Marx’s disciples.

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    • Oh, would that they were Nazis! Hearts swell with pride at the rise in nationalism, worldwide, and politicians who love and support their people. Polish flags, Poland for Polish people! Clearly, “anti-fascists” are anti-Poland, and anti-White. It’s good to see the Tribe quaking, now their Nazi/fascist (et al) name-calling loses ability to “shut it down”.

    • Copyright101

      Poland we salute you!

    • Ulrich Stahl

      The Poles are rightfully standing up for their right to survive in this world. A resurgence of nationalism is being experienced all across the European world and will only get stronger from here on. This is why those twitter accounts have hurled insults and ridiculous comments at people because the marxists can only insult and never debate using logic or reason.t They do not want any European nation to exist and due to their distinct lack of any logical reasoning capabilities.

      zero tolerance for Europeans and their traditions, culture and most importantly, their futures and right to exist. Marxists always hurl insults using their extensive media connections simply because

      We know from history, recent history where millions of Europeans were slaughtered between 1914 and 1950 by the capitalist / communist joint venture that decimated Europe and in particular, destroyed over a thousand German towns and cities as well as priceless, irreplaceable cultural artefacts.

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