In Poland there is a saying- “Not my circus, not my monkeys,” meaning that your problems are your own and my problems are my own, and don’t try to give me your problems.
In a statement from Jaroslaw Kaczynski, he attacked Germany for transferring millions of people from the Middle East and other parts of the world into her borders and then trying to force other nations, such as Poland, to take in quotas of people or else be penalized with progressively increasing amounts of money. In his words, Germany made the mess and she can clean it up herself:
Poland’s ruling party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski again criticized the European Union’s relocation scheme for refugees on Saturday, blaming Germany’s Angela Merkel for causing the bloc’s migration problems.
Kaczynski, leader of the conservative eurosceptic Law and Justice (PiS) party that heads the government, has been quoted as saying previously that migrants could bring diseases and parasites to Poland.
“We have not opened Europe for refugees — Ms Merkel has. And it is Ms Merkel and Germany that have to bear the consequences, not Poland,” Kaczynski said in an interview for public broadcaster TVP Info.
Under a plan agreed in 2015, the European Commission wants EU member states to each admit a quota of the 160,000 asylum seekers stuck in Italy and Greece. Most have fled conflicts and poverty in the Middle East and Africa.
The European Commission will decide next month on any legal cases against countries failing to host asylum seekers as agreed in the bloc, taking a small step towards potential punishment for Poland and Hungary.
Poland refused on Thursday to yield to pressure from the EU to take in any asylum seekers under a relocation scheme despite the EU threat of legal action. (source)
Now as we have discussed at length on Shoebat.com, Germany allowed for a massive population transfer of people into Europe in order to foment the conditions for a war, and there is plenty of guilt to go around on all sides, as the various nations of Europe are trying to use the current crisis to bolster themselves up over others. Ultimately, there will be no winner in a Third World War because it is all against Christ. That said, it is good to see Poland at last standing up to her neighbor and historical nemesis, for as history repeats itself and as she knows from centuries of experience, Germany is busily preparing the conditions for another war which will not just involve attacking “foreigners”, but will also mean a war on the Slavs and and specifically against Poland.