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Poland Election: Landslide win for Conservatives, a blow to Markel’s Mass-Migration Policy

Poland Election: Landslide win for Conservatives, a blow to Markel’s Mass-Migration Policy

Merkel loses key ally in push for migrant quotas

The landslide victory of the conservative party in Poland has delivered a big blow to the open border policy pursued by German Chancellor Merkel and unelected Eurocrats in Brussels. Poland’s ruling liberal Civic Platform has now become the first political victim of EU’s mass migration policy. The conservative Law and Justice Party won most of the seats in the Polish parliament, securing about 38 percent of the votes.

If the initial figures are confirmed, it will be the first time in democratic Poland’s history that a single party has secured a majority in the country’s parliament. 52-year-old miner’s daughter, Beata Szydło (Law and Justice Party) is expected to replace the incumbent Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz, who belongs to the Civic Platform party. With Prime Minister Kopacz’s devastating defeat, Chancellor Merkel has lost her most important ally in Eastern Europe. Hungary’s President Victor Orban is already leading an open charge in Eastern Europe against Markel’s pro-immigration policy.

Liberal commentators across Europe are devastated by the news. Oxford history professor Timothy Garton Ash wrote an editorial in UK-based newspaper The Guardian titled “Poland has survived worse than this shift to conservatism. Don’t despair” — lamenting the “Orbanisation” of Europe, alluding to Merkel’s arch-rival Hungary’s conservative President Orban. He further urged young Polish students on British campuses to return back to their country of origin to carry out fight against the democratically elected government:

…more of the talented, energetic young Poles who have left the homeland to enjoy the freedoms of modern European life in countries such as Britain and Ireland should go back to help fortify a modern, liberal, European Poland. Personally, I love having them here as my students at Oxford, and as fellow Europeans in a Eurosceptic Britain, but if I may put it this way: “Agnieszka and Pawel, your country needs you!”

Liberals consider themselves as the sole proprietors of democracy, but won’t let the same democracy get in their way of imposing their agenda on the rest of us.

Not stopping there, Professor Ash urged President Obama to use America’s historical ties with Poland to bully the country’s newly elected government to accept EU dictates:

[Poland’s conservative party] emphasises its desire to strengthen Poland’s special relationship with the US, so Barack Obama needs to tell Poland’s new leader, in their first phone call, what he has already told Cameron: if you want to be best friends with us, then be engaged fully in the EU.

Even if President Obama were to make that phone call, it is unlikely to save a [European] Union that is now bursting at its seams, reeling under the pressures of a self-inflicted migrant crisis. London’s Telegraph summed up the situation aptly by calling it “another nail in the coffin of an ‘ever closer’ European Union.”

The newly elected Law and Justice Party is distrustful of Chancellor Merkel-led Germany and the European Union. It has come to power with promises of taking sovereign control over the country’s borders.

The people of Poland have clearly spoken against the EU’s policy of mass migration. The new rulers in Warsaw, and elsewhere in Europe, would do best to listen to the wishes of their people. If governments across Europe continue to ignore the popular sentiment, it will inevitably lead to civil unrest, rioting and arson — like the scenes already unfolding in Germany.

(Cover photo: Financial Times,YouTube screenshot)


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ScottTheEngineer | October 27, 2015 at 2:13 pm

The more I read about this situation the worse it gets. Can’t these idiots see whats in the future?
Once the new “neigbors” start stabbing/raping the neighborhood kids they’ll vote for anyone or anything that will offer relief.
Its weak stupidity like this on the part of Germans that got Hitler elected in the first place. Why put yourself in this situation?
The left is important to offer an alternate opinion but any activation of their policies is always a horrible failure. Liberalism is a mental disorder.

I admire the Poles, and hope they keep on in this direction.

One of my first acts as POTUS would be to start packing up a nice, new missile system!

“help fortify a modern, liberal, European Poland” Ironies abound.

Glad to see there remains some sanity in at least some part of Europe.

Well done, Polish voters.

Merkel’s anti-native — both domestic and foreign — policy.

The social activists that backed premature evacuation, the so-called “Arab Spring”, the assassination of Gaddafi’s regime, and the ensuing humanitarian crisis would leave the people and a wasteland behind, if not for the intervention of Russia, Iran, China, etc. The Europeans, Americans, etc. will have to remember to thank this coalition for saving them from the consequences of electing the “best and brightest”, and other members of the pro-choice cult.

Henry Hawkins | October 27, 2015 at 4:08 pm

Why do European leaders seem so blind? Because there’s boatloads of money to be made off “refugees”. Not from the refugees themselves, but from taking your kickbacks from all the taxpayer funded contracts being issued to the private sector to provide housing, food, clothing, transportation, etc. People are falling all over themselves in the UK to get these contracts.

These leader is liberal, that one conservative, the other one fascistic – but they are all corrupt.

Sound familiar?

Good on Poland anyway.

And with good reason. No country on earth, until today’s Israel has been subjected to planned total elimination in the manner that Poland was by the Third Reich.

Hans Franck’s instructions: “Every vestige of Polish culture is to be eliminated. Those Poles who seem to have Nordic appearances will be taken to Germany… Children of Nordic appearance will be taken from their parents and raised as German workers. The rest? They will work. They will eat little. And in the end they will die out. There will never again be a Poland.”

Libraries were demolished. Villages were burned to the ground. National, nationalistic, and religious leaders were executed. Of course, that’s just in the west. Russia was similarly busy in the east.

Sound familiar? Like today’s news, maybe?

I know, Ukraine — bzzz. But with all the nationalists getting elected in Poland, Polish-Ukrainian issues pop up. They have longstanding disputes dating back to before there was Ukraine. Lvov was once the second most important Polish city.

Here’s a good Polish joke: Angela Merkel.