World’s Largest European Identity March In Poland Set For Saturday

Poland is ‘BASED’

For many of you who haven’t been following along, Poland is one of the only countries who have completely went against the status quo of allowing refugees and non-Polish into their country.  Most of the polish people and their leaders are aware that when you bring in a large portion of immigrants, your culture and way of life disappears.

In Poland, there have been several marches that have pro Polish nationalist themes.  In 2016 a similar gathering took place that drew over 75,000 Polish citizens marching for sovereignty and protection of their identity and culture.  For the most part, everyone in Poland seems to love the displays of nationalism.

In America however, it seems like everyone except for white people can advocate for their culture and identity. If you march with a tiki torch here, you’re immediately doxxed, called a ‘white supremacist’ and looked down upon by your peers. In Poland however, marches with torches happen all the time. And last year, 75,000 Polish people waved torches as they marched.

To the Polish, it doesn’t matter if the media in America or in Europe call the Polish people ‘nazis,’ white supremacists,’ or ‘fascists,’ the Polish and the countrie’s leaders do not seem to be swayed by the one-sided viewpoints of the outsider mainstream media.  The leaders in Poland have an overwhelming approval rating and most of the people in Poland want their borders closed and to preserve their culture and identity.

Men, women and children all gather together in these particular displays and are never shunned for doing so because the majority of citizens in Poland are united under three things; borders, language and culture.  Man I wish this was America.

The march will be held on Poland’s 11 November Independence Day holiday in Warsaw. People from Sweden, Hungary, Slovakia and elsewhere now join Polish nationalists in a public display of borders, language and culture preservation. The event birthed on a much smaller scale in 2009, and is now making national headlines.

The slogan for this year’s event is “We Want God”: words from an old religious Polish song that President Donald Trump quoted in July while visiting Warsaw. Trump praised Poland for what he described as the country’s defence of Western civilisation.