Jarosław Kaczyński on the EU Migrant Quota: “We have a completely moral right to say NO!”

Jarosław Aleksander Kaczyński is currently the chairman of the Law and Justice party in Poland. He served as Prime Minister of Poland from 2006 to 2007. His twin brother Lech was president of Poland until 2010, when he was killed in a plane crash along with other Polish dignitaries who were traveling to Russia to commemorate the Katyn Massacre.

The following brief clip shows Jarosław Kaczyński’s recent remarks about the attempt by the EU to impose a migrant quota on Poland.

Many thanks to Ava Lon for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

00:00   I have to say that
00:04   we didn’t exploit the countries of origin from which those refugees
00:08   are arriving today in Europe. We didn’t use their
00:12   labor. And finally: we didn’t invite them to Europe.
00:16   We have a completely moral right to say NO!

4 thoughts on “Jarosław Kaczyński on the EU Migrant Quota: “We have a completely moral right to say NO!”

  1. He is right! But even so if colonisation robbed those countries from some of its natural resources, it is not the cause of the population explosion of low IQ people, rather the discontinuation of such presence. Let’s see what happened with South Africa and probably a bunch of other countries, which now only famous of their frequent tribal massacres. But I digress… The Middle-European countries indeed never had such territories, never exploited anybody in Africa. They not invited anybody either. So dear western powers, I know that Middle-Europe was your landfill in the past, where you dumped your old tech, crappy food and anything else you not needed anymore, but thanks it was enough. We do not need the result of your latest escapades. It’s time for you to learn a lesson on your own… ENJOY!

    • Funny enough, but South Africa was not a case of colonization , except in the very narrow sense that England massacred the Boer civilians, forced the surrender of the Boer states in South Africa, and passed the worst and most dysfunctional laws that burdened South Africa.

      The Boers were not colonists because they moved there to live, ran their own government and considered South Africa to be their country. Where did the colonization come in? The British were the colonizers for 50 or 60 years, ran the government from Britain, and made the usual muck of bureaucratically-controlled British imperialism.

  2. If Western Europe had any sense of self preservation they would launch an invasion of Libya, grab Benghazi and all the Cyrenaica. Followed by setting it up as an independent nation, build up its infrastructure, and dump every migrant that shows up on European soil that does not truly qualify as a true refugee on the new nation.

    • Funny thing. That’s what we had before the US sponsored the assassination of Libyan dictator Gaddafi.

      Gaddafi ran a strong functioning country, dismantled his weapons of destruction, stopped his support of terror, and forcibly prevented refugees from casting off for Europe from Libyan coasts.

      Then Hillary sponsored the assassination of Gaddafi and the breakup of Libya. And we have now what we created.

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