Poland – The only way to protect Poland from terrorist attacks is by not allowing Islamic migrants into the country, Polish European Parliament deputy Ryszard Czarnecki has said.
Ryszard Czarnecki, member of the ruling conservative party PiS (Law and Order), made this statement after the terrorist attack in Manchester. He added that terrorist attacks were often carried out by children of “Islamic migrants” – many of them citizens of European countries – who were trained by the so-called Islamic State.
Other countries have led to a situation in which those trained on Islamic State territory in Syria, Iraq – young people with French, Belgian, Dutch, British, German citizenship – return to Europe … and somehow [the authorities] were incapable of monitoring them,” Czarnecki said.
“We, Poland, are learning from the mistakes of others … and we will not open our doors to Islamic migrants,” he added.
Eventually, Czarnecki advised Britain to remove “radical migrants”, saying: “If a radical Muslim leader calls his brothers-in-faith at the mosque … to fight with the unfaithful then I believe there are grounds to expel that Imam”.
These declarations echo those of Prime Minister Beata Szydło, who addressed the parliament after the Manchester’s attack.
The former Polish PO – center-right – government agreed to take part in the European scheme of migrants’ relocation, but as soon as it got elected, the new Polish administration of the conservative PiS rejected this plan and together with Hungary, Slovakia and Czechia, refuses the bow under Brussels’ pressure.