Still Report #733 – Poland Says Stop the Invasion

from Bill Still

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According to Breitbart Europe, Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo, speaking at the Belgian Embassy in Warsaw yesterday, said Poland must drop its pledge to take in 7,000 migrants from the tidal wave that is drowning Germany.
“After what happened in Brussels yesterday, it’s not possible right now to say that we’re OK with accepting any number of migrants at all,” she said.
Szydlo’s firm stand against undocumented migrants stands in sharp contrast to most European leaders who continue to talk in terms of “diversity and tolerance.”
Her statement was a blow to the European Commission, which is depending on EU nations sharing the migrant load. But one person’s sharing is another person’s refusal to face the reality of the situation.
ISIS has stated publicly that their intention is to include organizers and fighters within the invasion. No, not all migrants are ISIS trained, but all migrants will feel pressured to provide cover for ISIS activities wherever they land in Europe – or North America.
A tweet from Greece’s Prime Minister is a prime example of the continuing head-in-the-sand attitude being promulgated by many European leaders:
“We can’t allow fear, religious hatred and racism to prevail in Europe.”
In Scotland, at a hate crime conference, Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon said:
“We are gathering to talk about tolerance, diversity and tackling hate crime …. It is a stark reminder of the importance of work we are doing to tackle hate crime and to strengthen diversity and community cohesion.”
One has to wonder how any European leader could still be so divorced from reality. This is the gibberish that got Europe in this spot in the first place.
But other world leaders beyond the EU see the invasion for what it is:
In Israel, a Knesset MP responded that Belgium and all Europe should:
“Stop Muslim immigration [immediately].”
Australia’s Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said he supports Poland’s position, and criticized Europe’s “porous borders.”
Donald Trump, reiterated his stance to Breitbart Europe:
“That’s how you prevent it, not allowing the people in. There has to be a moratorium. We have to find out what’s going on.”
I’m Still reporting from Washington. Good day.