Poland will not repeat the Western European policy of multiculturalism which has led to the “bloody harvest” of multiple terror attacks across the continent since the start of the migrant crisis. That’s the no-nonsense position of the Polish interior minister
“The policy of multiculturalism in Western Europe is bringing about a bloody harvest in the form of terrorist attacks,” Mariusz Błaszczak told Polish Radio on Tuesday.
The conservative Law and Justice (Prawo i Sprawiedliwość, PiS) government has refused to accept migrants from the Middle East and Africa under an EU programme to relocate across the bloc some 98,000 Muslim ‘refugees’ currently in camps in Italy and Greece.
He added that while PiS was in power, it would “not allow a repeat of what we are dealing with in Western Europe”. The decision puts Poland on a collision course with the liberal-left EU leadership in Brussels
The Polish minister’s comments come days after a poll revealed that more Poles now than ever (70 per cent) support the conservative government’s stance on refusing to accept non-European migrants.
No doubt that figure will move even higher following the latest attack by a Belgian ISIS ‘returned fighter’ in Paris.