We have heard from just about every Globalist that the new way of life is mass migration from teh Middle East and Africa, and that terror attacks are now just a part of the daily life that we must accept. Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel has said it. France’s new President, Emmanuel Macron has said it. Londaon’s Mayor, Sadiq Khan has said it. But it is not actually true.
Poland, much to the chagrin of the European Union, has refused to accept UN migrant quotas, EU migrant quotas, and still insists on extreme vetting for any migrants. And have a guess how many terror attacks there have been? Zero. Not one.
This startling map that shows each terror attack since 2012 contains the peculiarity of not a single attack on Polish soil. It is clearly not a coincidence. The correlation shows that nations who have accepted more migrants/refugees have more a larger number of attacks, whereas those who take fewer people, have fewer attacks.
It is not coincidence, it is not an oddity, it is a direct result of policies that put Polish people first and seek to protect the nation from both physical and cultural war.
Of course, the EU and the UN can’t accept this. They are both engaged in trying to sue Poland and penalize the country financially for not taking in what they refer to as “their fair share”. Poland has shown us the way. Let’s hope we have leaders who will follow.
Whenever anyone makes the argument that opening up borders to poorly vetted migrants from war-torn countries with serious terrorism problems is just inviting terrorist attacks, they’re automatically labeled as foolish — and that’s if the left is being kind.
Yet, one European country’s experience with dealing with the migrant crisis provides definitive proof of what common sense should have told us: Unchecked migration is virtually an invitation to terrorist organizations like the Islamic State group. And we have a map to prove it.
From the beginning, Poland’s ruling Law and Justice party has been nearly alone in the European Union in enforcing border controls.
“After recent events connected with acts of terror, (Poland) will not accept refugees because there is no mechanism that would ensure security,” Kaczynski said, obviously referring to a spate of recent attacks in other EU countries like Sweden and Germany.
How has that policy worked out for Poland?
Here’s a map of European terrorist attacks since 2012, put together by Carto.com:
As you may notice, Poland has zero. Meanwhile, look at the concentration of attacks in the three largest migrant destinations in Europe — France, Germany and the U.K.
While the European Union has tried to impose a quota of 6,500 refugees on Poland — and threatened a fine of almost $275,000 for every refugee EU members turn away — it remains unclear whether the EU has the political will to follow through.
Either way, Poland is standing firm.
“Such a decision would abolish the sovereignty of EU member states — of course, the weaker ones,” Kaczynski said. “We don’t agree to that, we have to oppose that, because we are — and we will be — in charge in our own country.”
That sort of stance is what makes liberals angry — perhaps because it exposes just what’s wrong with the left’s approach to the whole refugee situation.
H/T: Conservative Tribune