Polish Prime Minister SMASHES European Union – “GET OFF YOUR KNEES EUROPE!”


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Poland’s conservative prime minister, Beata Szydło, spoke out against the EU’s forced immigration policies this Wednesday. It seems that in America, the UK, and all across Europe, the nationalist movement is growing stronger.


It began with Nigel Farage pushing forward Brexit, solidified with Trump’s election to make America great again, and has been growing in strength ever since. Although Le Pen’s defeat to the globalist Macron in the French election has dampened many spirits, the nationalist youth movement has not been shaken.

A backlash to the past 50 years of globalization, today’s youth are more conservative than any generation since World War II…and it’s showing in the debates, the elections, and the impassioned political speeches given by pro-nationalist leaders.

“Poland will not submit to any blackmail on the part of the European Union,” Poland’s prime minister said in a parliamentary debate on Wednesday. She stated that her nation would not be participating in the “madness of the Brussels elites,” who’ve been pushing forced immigration heavily for the past decade.

She referenced the Manchester bombing, which killed 22, mainly children, and injured nearly 100 more earlier this week. The attack was specifically chosen to take place at an Ariana Grande concert, in order to attack teenage girls.

Polish media reports:

The Polish government will not give in to any ultimatum. The Polish government will never allow anyone to impose their will on Poles – the prime minister said. She added that the government will give in only to the will of Polish citizens. It will be Poles and their sovereign decisions which will decide about Poland.

“The head of the government pointed out that the principle of sovereignty is written down in the Polish constitution, and it should be followed, first and foremost, by all parliamentarians. I’m the prime minister of the Polish government, and the opinion of my compatriots has always been and will always be superior to me. I’m a European woman, but first of all I’m a Pole – she emphasised.

There has since been a massive storm on Twitter, with some users condemning her words, but with many giving a sigh of relief. Numerous Europeans are tired of leaders pandering to other cultures and countries before their own:

Breitbart adds that Beata Szydło gave an incredible speech in the Polish Parliament, and launched an “excoriating attack,” on European Union elites:

“Speaking in the Polish Parliament on Wednesday, Beata Szydło seized the moment to launch an excoriating attack on European Union leaders following the Manchester attack which, among others, claimed the lives of a Polish couple, leaving their two daughters as orphans.”

“ ‘We are not going to take part in the madness of the Brussels elite,’ she railed. ‘We want to help people, not the political elites.’ ”

“ ‘Where are you headed Europe?’ she demanded. ‘Rise from your knees and from your lethargy or you will be crying over your children every day.’ ”

“ ‘If you can’t see this – if you can’t see that terrorism currently has the potential to hurt every country in Europe, and you think that Poland should not defend itself, you are going hand in hand with those who point this weapon against Europe, against all of us.’ ”

“ ‘It needs to be said clearly and directly: This is an attack on Europe, on our culture, on our traditions.’ ”

It remains unclear whether or not Poland will stay with the European Union, but one thing is for certain—the once powerful organization is beginning to crumble, as more and more leaders speak out.

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