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sreda, 19 januarja, 2022

Great-grandchildren of King Sobieski

By: Jože Biščak

It is not the first time that Poles have defended the old continent from aggressive cultures. In the most famous battle against Islam, Polish King Jan Sobieski defended besieged Vienna almost 340 years ago, stopped jihad and saved the Christian world. Before and after that, there was more minor but not insignificant battles, when the Poles never hesitated to draw their swords, although those who defended them often planted a knife in their backs. It is the same today, only that the globalist elites in Brussels are in the role of the one who wants to harm them. While the Polish army on the border with Belarus defends the external borders of the European Union against invasive Muslim nomads, this same Union does not allocate money to Poland but instead supplies illegal migrants. One can really never fully get used to the shameful perversion of Brussels arrogance.

Although EU and NATO leaders emphasise, at least to the public, that the situation on the EU’s eastern border is part of Lukashenko’s hybrid war against Europe, with few exceptions among Central European statesmen, no one wants to admit that it is actually a war against Western civilisation. The battle of 2015 was lost by Europe because of Angela Merkel’s scandalous “Willkommen” policy; over a million Muslim migrants came to the old continent, and the countries voluntarily let them into their territory. Slovenia under the government of Miro Cerar was also one of them. The recipe was the same in both cases: the propaganda machine of the media mainstream brought softened Europeans to tears by deliberately showing crying and dirty children.

Just remember when in 2015 the West asked EU border states to open their borders. When a photo of a 3-year-old Syrian boy, Aylan, who was washed dead on the shores of the Turkish resort of Bodrum, was published. Although it later turned out that the poor child was left in another place by the sea and later transferred to a better place for the picture (by cropping the photo so that the photographer who organised the shooting could not be seen on it), triggered a wave of hysterical empathy. Not to such an extent, but Iraqis, Pakistanis, Afghans and Africans are also pushing children to the forefront on the Polish-Belarusian border. For now, the Poles are steadfast and resolutely hold the line of defence against the bullies. And believe me, Sobieski’s great-grandchildren will press the trigger if need be; as their grandfathers drew their swords before Vienna. If Europe wants its peoples to sleep peacefully, Poland must remain able to act. And Poland is proving capable.

But there seems to be something even more discarded in the background. Professor Andrzej Zybertowicz, an adviser to the President of the Republic of Poland, said in an interview with Polish television Trwan that Merkel would not have talked to Lukashenko if the Belarusian dictator had not had strong cards in his hands. In addition, the two called for talks to continue between Brussels and Minsk. This shows that an agreement has already been reached, otherwise I would not have avoided Warsaw, which is directly suffering from the crisis and would have had to take part in the talks.

The fingerprints of the migrant crisis lead to Moscow, as Belarus does nothing to provoke Poland, and it is also known that Lukashenko does nothing without Kremlin. At stake, of course, is the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, which has just been completed and will double the amount of Russian gas flowing into Germany via the Baltic Sea. In contrast to Nord Stream 1, this is a typical political project aimed at disciplining Warsaw and Kiev. Putin could not do this with the inland gas pipeline, as cutting off gas supplies would harm Germany because the gas goes through Poland and Ukraine. Now that will change, Moscow will be able to freeze Poland and Ukraine at any time without harming Western countries. And Brussels will then “help” Poland in a known way – extortion. As the threats so far have not materialised, Putin will obviously come to Brussels’ aid. Threatening the security of the whole of Europe to get Poland to its knees is a shameless tactic without precedent.

All indications are that Poles, great patriots and god-fearing people, are apparently again left more alone than not. And as long as the old continent is ruled by political elites waging a globalist cultural war against their own nations, it will be the same with everyone.

Jože Biščak is the editor-in-chief of the conservative-oriented magazine Demokracija, president of the Slovenian Association of Patriotic Journalists and author of the books Zgodbe iz Kavarne Hayek, Zapisi konservativnega liberalca and Potovati z Orwellom.

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