Poland denied entry to Chechens in order “to protect Europe from terrorism”

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Poland, Warsaw – This week Poland refused to let cross the EU’s border to 200 Chechens from Belarus. Polish Interior Minister Mariusz Błaszczak said on TV that as long as the conservative Law and Justice party was in power “we will not expose Poland to the threat of terrorism.”

He explained that he denied entry to the Chechens because the border is sealed to protect the nation and Europe against terrorism. “The point is to ensure security to Europe.”

Human rights groups say torture, abductions and extrajudicial executions have been widespread during the rule of Chechnya’s Kremlin-backed leader Ramzan Kadyrov and the Chechens say they aim to enter the EU through Poland to seek asylum. Most travel on to Germany or other western European countries. Some 6,000 Russian citizens, mostly Chechens, have been admitted to Poland so far this year, a 150 percent increase from the same period last year. During the same time, some 30,000 people have been denied entry, says ABCNews.

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  1. Right on, Poland and the Law and Justice party. They also should stop letting in cunning pseudorefugees from all other safe places, for example Georgia. (Stalin’s native country where he is TODAY regarded as a great national hero, has numerous monuments). A Polish friend told about a woman from Georgia who during the reign in Poland of the PO party (strongly pro-refugee and Polonophobic) was let into Poland as an alleged “political refugee.” Having come to Poland, she quickly moved out into Scandinavia. Soon she got either kicked out of there or left on her own, displeased with the “unsatisfactory conditions” at the refugee center. So she came back to Poland, not Georgia, and had to stay again at a Polish refugee center. While there, she complained noisily she allegedly wasn’t treated with dignity by the Poles, for example the center management asked the refugees to clean their own toilets. She hatefully slammed the Poles and Poland, complained to “human rights” organizations. This total nonsense was picked by a certain viciously Polonophobic, though Polish-language, “cosmopolitan” newspaper (you know who I mean and who runs such rags all over Europe). As a result, a sob-story appeared depicting her as a poor “victim” of the “racist” Poles. Reading this crap, my Polish friend said, one wasn’t sure whether one should cry or laugh. For Heaven’s sake, don’t let such scum into your country, Poles. And deport pitilessly the one already taken in.

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