The former East Bloc nations of Central Europe are to a large extent free of the suicidal multicultural urge that is destroying most of Western Europe. The current generation of politicians and civic leaders in the former Communist countries were raised under a much more virulent ideology than Political Correctness, and thus seem to have developed antibodies that enable them to resist the current multiculti fad.
Enthusiasm for immigrants and cultural enrichment is making its way slowly into the elite political culture of Poland, but it is being resisted by ordinary Poles, who are most emphatically not keen on changing the ethnic composition of their native country.
In the story below, you’ll notice that the push to resettle African refugees in Poland is coming from — where else? — the European Union, which is quite capable of making the Poles an offer they can’t refuse.
You’ll also notice that Somalis, when given a choice, mostly prefer to settle in Western Europe, where wages and welfare benefits are considerably higher than in Poland — no fools they!
Finally, note that the authorities are willing to pay to resettle totally alien ethnics in Poland, whilst refusing to make any effort to bring home the Polish diaspora that was deported East under Stalin. This policy is much the same as that of the Swedish government, which denied entry to its Swedish brethren from the village of Gammalsvenskby in Ukraine.
These two cases demonstrate that there is an agenda at work that goes beyond mere immigration and open borders. If freedom of migration were the only issue, the Swedes of Gammalsvenskby would be welcomed in Sweden, and the Poles of Kazakhstan would be brought home to Poland. Because this isn’t happening — and is even actively resisted — you know that more sinister motives must be at work. To consolidate the Polish nation in Poland or the Swedish nation in Sweden would hinder the Great Plan to destroy traditional European ethnicities and replace them with a rainbow hodgepodge that can be more easily manipulated and controlled by new systems of trans-national governance.
The following article about the resettlement of African refugees in Poland was sent in by Takuan Seiyo, who includes this brief note:
This article is from Gazeta Wyborcza, the “Polish New York Times”. It’s a quick Google translation with some tweaking from me to make it intelligible.
The translated article:
All-Polish Youth and ONR [National-Radical Camp] Want to Close the Border to Refugees From Africa
They demand to “immediately stop the immigration of alien civilizations.” They scare with (consequences of immigration like) killings in the name of Islam and Polish schools dominated by children of refugees. “This is a threat to the security of our continent, the future of our culture, religion and identity,” sounds the alarm from the National Movement. “Down with the niggers. No mixing of our fellow citizens with visitors from Africa,” echoed supporters on the Internet.
In early August, the Maltese newspaper The Malta Independent reported that by the end of the year Poland will take in 50 refugees from Africa who now reside in Malta. The implementation decisions were to take place during the August meeting of deputy head of the Foreign Ministry Henryka Mościcka-Dendys with Maltese parliamentarians in Warsaw.
The authorities on the Mediterranean island have been struggling for years with the influx of immigrants, who are often fleeing armed conflicts in their countries. Their stories are dramatic.
Last year, half a thousand refugees drowned in the Mediterranean. Another four thousand stay in Maltese shelters. Malta, with population of 400,000 the smallest state in the European Union, is asking for help from other countries.
“We are of the opinion that the EU should show solidarity towards Member States that are faced with the problem of immigrants,” said minister Mościcka-Dendys at a meeting with Maltese parliamentarians.
Information from the Maltese newspaper electrified the Polish extreme right. The National Movement created by the All-Polish Youth and the National Radical Camp announced on its Facebook page, “No to the immigrant. Yes to the repatriant.” In their appeal to the government they call for “an immediate cessation of immigration from alien civilizations and an active posture toward the repatriation of thousands of Poles from the East”. The appeal was signed by more than three thousand. people.
“We cannot allow a situation like the one in Western Europe, flooded by millions of Muslims and other people from the Third World. Already now, on the streets of London, Paris, Madrid or Amsterdam, it comes to killing in the name of Islam, and in kindergartens and schools autochthons are in the minority. Such a situation is a threat: to the security of our continent, to the possibility of development, wealth creation and to the future of our culture, religion, national identity. We do not want that in our country,” wrote the members of the Supervisory Board in the appeal.
They cite for support the words of Robert Winnicki from the Council’s Supervisory Board: “We have to very clearly state that we do not want any multiculturalism in Poland. Poland is and should remain a Slavic and Christian country.”
The National Movement, as a counterweight, calls for a larger scale of repatriation of descendants of Poles exiled in the twentieth century [by the Soviets] to Kazakhstan and Siberia. “It turns out that there is money for bringing in culturally alien immigrants but the Polish state neglects our compatriots in the East,” write members of the Supervisory Board.
When the RN announced in mid-August its appeal, immigrants from Malta had been living in Warsaw for a good six months. They came to the Poland under the EU plan for the relocation of refugees. The government had agreed to accept them last year, and not in August, as reported by The Malta Independent. Of the planned 50-strong group only six came. The rest were not interested.
“Refugees get information about the standard of living, levels of public welfare payments and cost of living in EU countries. The choose the richer ones. Poland, in any case, was the only country in Central Europe that has chosen a few of them,” says Carolina Marcjanik, the deputy director of the Office for Foreigners.
Immigrants — six men from Somalia and Eritrea — got residence permits for an indefinite period and social subsidies. State pays for refugees symbolically. Total expenditure per immigrant amounts to 20 thousand. zł., of which 90 per cent is covered by EU’s European Fund for Refugees. Immigrants can spend the money on renting an apartment or to learn the Polish language.
The six Africans are the only ones who arrived in Poland in the framework of the relocation program. “Refugees from Africa are a fraction of immigrants seeking asylum in Poland. There are not many of them, there is no diaspora, there is no reason to draw conclusions that we are threatened with an influx of refugees from Africa,” adds Marcjanik.
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