A stupid presenter on the BBC’s international radio service had a furious debate with a Polish MP after she dismissed the views of the Polish people and berated his country’s resistance to EU migrant quotas.
The moron constantly interrupted Dominik Tarczynski of the ruling conservative Law and Justice Party. She became increasingly agitated as he successfully countered her arguments and defended the democratic will of the Polish people.
She began by asking why Poland is not honoring an agreement with the European Union to take migrants from other member states.
“Well, basically because people who voted for us, they said no,” Tarczynski explains. “The previous government had this agreement and now Polish people said no, we don’t want to have this threat in Poland… and we have to respect them.”
When the presenter asks why migrants can be a threat, he explained that three of the five Islamic State Paris bombers were refugees from Syria.
EU also forced through a new migrant quota system in 2015, against the will of the governments and peoples of Poland and other Central European nations – including Hungary and Slovakia – meaning they must accept thousands of migrants or face punishment.
Poland has continued to challenge the legislation in the courts and has said it is prepared to face fines from the EU’s unelected executive wing, the Commission, rather than take migrants.
“Except, if you look at it from the other side, this agreement was made by Poland, not by internal Polish politics,” claimed the BBC host.
“You can see how that is being seen from outside. People will say, well look, we don’t care about bickering inside Polish politics. The country has agreed to take its fair share of asylum seekers and that’s not happening.”
“It’s not about internal politics,” Tarczynski explained. “It’s about the situation in Poland, in Europe, in the world. How many terror attacks have you had in London?”
“We had a campaign. We listened. We asked people: ‘What are your expectations?’ The answer was very clear: ‘We don’t want this threat’… Politicians are supposed to listen to the people, and this is what we do,” he blasted.
He also challenged the BBC’s and the EU’s insistence that all of the millions who have arrived in the continent since 2015 are ‘refugees’.
“I’m a lawyer, they are not refugees, they are migrants,” Tarczynski said.
“There is a legal difference between refugee and migrant. A refugee is a person who flees to the first safe country, not flying throughout the globe looking for a social and better life, so we are not talking about refugees.”
Under Communism, Eastern Europeans retained the tragic sense of life that many Western Europeans had long since lost; later, freed from Soviet despotism, they joined the EU only to find themselves being ordered around again – this time, being commanded to open their borders to what they, if not their Western European counterparts, recognized quite clearly as tyranny, though in a form different from the tyranny they had lived under. To these EU diktats they said no, in thunder. Eastern Europe’s experience with totalitarian oppression was so recent and so long that it is still able to discover real meaning in the word freedom – a word that educated Western Europeans have been taught for decades now to pronounce with a sneer.
Swedish prime minister Fredrik Reinfeldt actually told his people, in a televised speech, that they were themselves uninteresting and that the nation handed down by their forebears for generation after generation belonged more properly to the masses who were currently pouring in from the Muslim world. Any self-respecting people would have been outraged and – well, would have done to Reinfeldt what the British elite did to Enoch Powell. But no, the Swedes just nodded in acceptance. Their betters had been telling them this sort of thing for so long that they were used to it.
We witness the crime of breathtakingly tragic readiness of millions of supposedly responsible adults to betray their country and culture, their antecedents and their posterity, to an alien and minatory invader. The craven European elites have, unforgivably, opened the city gates to let in the Trojan horse.
We – as a matter of principle and quite resolutely – protest against the decision of EU to launch infringement procedures against member states, in connection with their refusal to accept migrants on the basis of Brussels-dictated quotas. We protest against the intentions to punish us and force us into obedience.
Thanks to this step taken by the European Commission, those who did not know it so far, can now see, what is the genuine position of the member states within the European Union, and what kind of intentions the EU top leaders have with us.
What happened is a new, unprecedented move. We don´t accept it. We refuse mandatory settlements of foreigners on the territory of our state. We don´t wish the transformation of our country into a multicultural society of unadaptive communities, as we see them in France and Great Britain today. Not to speak of terrorism that we see happening almost every day, in connection with such massive migration.
We don´t agree with the argument that we have to be there, that we have to be present at the decision making table, that we must be part of the hard core of EU. We have been a part of the EU decision making process for many years, and we know that we do not make the decisions. Our presence there has no real importance. Our voice is being ignored. The decisions are not made by us. They are made about us.
Let us not be blackmailed by threats of termination of EU subsidies. We do not need them, and we do not want them. We refuse both our payments to Brussels, as well as the money coming from Brussels. We refuse the harmful and violently pushed through EU policy as a whole.
This leads us to the only possible and necessary conclusion. The time has come to start preparing our exit from EU. It is the only way to protect and save our state, which we have inherited from our ancestors, and which we have a duty to pass on to future generations as an independent entity.