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(VIDEO) Poland/Belarus: “Seeking protection” increasingly aggressive – now nightly attacks on border guards

By UME

After belarus’s plan to boost the flooding of Europe with “refugees” from Islamic countries has been clever, the people seeking care have been repatriated to their home countries for some time now.
However, a hard core of these “people seeking protection” does not want to give up and continues to try to overcome the border protection facilities between Poland and Belarus. These people are becoming more and more aggressive and attack the Polish border guards at night on Polish territory, for example with projectiles.

Such an approach no longer has anything to do with illegal border crossings – throughout human history, such raids would always be regarded as an attack and answered accordingly militarily. Although the attackers are not uniformed, they can certainly be classified as civilian cronies if they have reached their target countries “successfully”. Quite a few of them want to install the conditions from which they pretended to have fled there, among the “infidels”.
Here is the video that shows us the attacks:

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