Jarosław Porwich is a Polish member of parliament. He was a dissident under the communist regime, and was prosecuted and convicted for his activities, which included setting up an underground radio station.
In the following discussion taken from Polish Radio, Mr. Porwich discusses the dire conditions that cultural enrichment has created in Western Europe. If his awareness is widely shared in Poland, it’s no wonder that the Poles are being so stubborn about keeping “refugees” out of their country.
Many thanks to Ava Lon for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
|00:00||I live 200 km [124 mi] from Berlin in Gorzów Wielkopolski.|
|00:04||Many people [from there] work in Berlin.|
|00:08||Many work in France, in Paris for example.|
|00:12||They tell me what’s going on is some neighborhoods: about the|
|00:16||rise of delinquency that is taking place over there, about|
|00:20||the behavior of Muslim immigrants, who treat us as infidels,|
|00:24||who aren’t tolerant towards us,|
|00:28||who certainly won’t assimilate. We can see|
|00:32||what’s going on in Sweden. Recently I met|
|00:36||— through the parliamentary representative Liroy-Marzec — a DJ, who is a resident|
|00:40||of Sweden, near Malmö, and he told us what’s going on|
|00:44||in that town. Well, in Malmö, in general,|
|00:48||Muslim immigrants go downtown, they rally very loudly,|
|00:52||they burn Swedish flags, they tell|
|00:56||Swedes to get the hell out of their country; and this is something|
|01:00||abnormal, in my opinion, that happens with full approval of the police, and the approval|
|01:04||of the Swedes themselves. Police make wide detours far around those neighborhoods.|
|01:09||There, people are already saying, the militants from the Islamic State|
|01:13||carry automatic weapons.|
|01:17||I wouldn’t like this sort of fate to befall|
|01:21||our own citizens in the territory of our country.