WHOA! Look What 1 MILLION People In Poland Did For The Trumps When They Landed In Warsaw

Now, this is a sight we haven’t seen in decades.

President Donald Trump and his wife First Lady Melania arrived in Warsaw late Wednesday night for a 16-hour visit that included a keynote address to the Poles from Krasinski Square. The site of a monument commemorating the 1944 Warsaw Uprising against the Nazis.

Later that same day Polish citizens gathered by the tens of thousands at Krasinski Square in order to catch a glimpse of our president and our awesome First Lady Melania. And in an act that will fill all us Patriotic Americans with pride, prior to Melania’s introduction of her husband, the Polish crowd started chanting, “Donald Trump!” and “USA! USA!”

Trump projected his fight against Middle Eastern terrorism onto the template of Poland’s historic struggles, saying, ‘We are fighting hard against radical Islamic terrorism, and we will prevail.’

‘America and Europe have suffered one terror attack after another. We are going to get it to stop,’ he said.

‘While we will always welcome new citizens who share our values and love our people, our borders will always be closed to terrorism and extremism of any kind.’

President Trump spoke roughly for about 30 minutes where he put emphasis on a variety of issues concerning the world today. He made very clear that he knows all too well that  Russia is destabilizing the region. And promised to work with Poland to strengthen its security. Trump thanked Andrzej Duda, the President of Poland, for his country’s commitment to NATO and paying its fair share of the burden. Of the 28 member NATO nations, Poland is only one of five that pays its commitments. They can because they aren’t bankrupt after allowing millions of Muslims to invade their nation such as countries like France and Great Brittan have done while bowing at the altar of globalism.

Breitbart Reports:

Most Poles would rather leave the European Union (EU) than have Brussels force migrants from third world nations on their country, a poll has shown.
Conducted by pollster IBRiS and published in weekly news magazine Polityka, the survey found that 57 percent of respondents would be willing to forego EU development funds if it meant Poland retains sovereignty on the issue of accepting migrants from outside Europe.

The seventh-poorest, and fifth most populous nation in the bloc, Poland is the largest beneficiary of its development funds and membership has high support — with 71 per cent of Poles believing that belonging to the EU is a “good thing”, according to a March survey by Eurobarometer.

But the June survey, published Wednesday to coincide with a visit by U.S. President Donald Trump, showed that more than half of Poles would rather their country exit the 28-member economic and political union than be forced to surrender border controls to Brussels.

Head of IBRiS Marcin Duma told Bloomberg News that the government’s “anti-refugee rhetoric” has caused Poles to oppose the EU scheme, which insists that countries across the bloc be forced to welcome quotas of the thousands of migrants arriving in Europe weekly by boats — an influx the UN said it expects only to increase, and which consists mostly of young, male economic migrants.

Poland’s ruling conservative Law and Justice (PiS) party has stood firm against the plan and, pointing to terror attacks in Western Europe, has argued that rejecting migrant quotas is the only way to keep the country safe.

Writing in Wpolityce, Konrad Kołodziejski slammed the frequent claim by liberals that Poles’ increasing resistance to the EU quota scheme was “due to PiS frightening people about Muslim immigration”.

“The truth is quite different”, said the veteran journalist, describing Poles’ disenchantment with Brussels as “the result of EU policy, EU leaders and their Polish puppets, who have for years now run a suicidal strategy of destroying European identity and replacing it with a volcanic multicultural mishmash”.

“It will not result — as liberal elites would like — in the creation of a harmonious society, devoid of any identity or culture.”

Urging Europeans to “wake up”, Kołodziejski writes: “Watching what is happening today in Western Europe, revealing its weaknesses both civilisational and demographic, we instead see Islam becoming stronger and more aggressive.

“It is utterly wrong to say Poland is anti-European,” he concludes. “The liberal elite is possessed with the Bolshevik mission of building a new society, and to do so they are lighting the fuse to set fire to, and destroy European civilisation.

“We do not want to take part in this suicide.”

Notice the map of terrorist attacks in the European region:

Although people have made it a past time to tell jokes which ridicule the Polish people, they appear to have more common sense than the rest of Europe. They are one of the few nations in the European Union who hasn’t bowed to the command of the globalists to take in so-called “Muslim Refugees,” and because of this they are one of the very few nations who have yet to suffer a terrorist attack by the “Religion of Peace.” So keeping Muslims out does work, go figure!

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