The European Commission (and, indeed, Germany) is demanding that the Polish Government - and, in fact, most EU member states - approve the forced relocation of immigrants to Poland - and, almost all other member states.
The unprecedented pressure being applied by the European institutions on the governments of Poland, including blackmailing sanctions and withdrawing funds, in case of refusal, are completely contrary to the treaties which every EU member state signed when joining the European Union.
However, should the Polish Government consent to the forced relocation of immigrants, it will essentially agree to change the population structure of Poland for the coming decades, and, in fact, forever.
And, what is true for Poland in this case, is also true for the entire European Union.
Specifically, such consent would give permission to liquidate the existing Polish (European) lifestyle, in order to suit the requirements of a completely unpredictable and foreign "multiculturalism".
And, finally - it would also give leave to bring the widespread danger of terrorist attacks to the inhabitants of Poland (and, the rest of Europe).
Please sign this petition which supports the Polish Government's rejection of forced EU quotas, and which also alerts the Leaders of ALL EU member states to the dangers posed by such forced relocation.
The European Commission has set this month (June) as the deadline for EU member states to comply with the forced redistribution of 160,000 non-EU immigrants, from Greece and Italy, to other EU countries.
Miss the deadline, and sanctions - fines, loss of funding, etc. - have been threatened.
But, Poland (and, Hungary) have refused, in the words of the Polish Prime Minister, Beata Szydło, to be "blackmailed" by the Commission on this matter.
This petition, therefore, does two things: 1) Supports the Polish authorities for their actions - rejecting the forced quotas of migrants - in this vital matter for the future of Poland; and, 2) Protests the action of the EU Commission, by alerting Dimitris Avramopoulos, the European Commissioner for Migration, to the obvious security and cultural threats involved in this program, as well as contacting (and, warning) all of the heads of state (of each member state) about the same.
In a speech to the Polish Parliament, which she made on 26 May, Szydło stated the follow, with specific reference to the potential for harm which uncontrolled immigration poses for both the physical safety and the cultural integrity of Europe:
Where are you headed, Europe? Rise from your knees and from your lethargy, or you will be crying over your children every day.
If you cannot see that terrorism has the potential to hurt every country in Europe, and you think that Poland should not defend itself, you are going hand in hand with those who point this weapon against Europe, against all of us.
Do we want politicians who say we have to ‘get used to’ terrorist attacks?
In the face of EU bullying, please support the Polish authorities by signing this petition:
Of course, Prime Minister Szydło was not just referring to Polish politicians, but, rather, to European politicians, generally, and to the European Commission, in particular.
Also, particularly tone-deaf to the demands of the citizens of Europe, the German Chancellor, who caused the migration crisis in Europe by responding to the waves of migrants, in 2015, with her "open door policy", now demands that member states of the Union embrace this army of invited guests.
But, Poland - and all EU member states - as sovereign countries have the right not to agree to the program of forced relocation of immigrants imposed by the decision of a third party, against the will of the citizens of those states.
Europe has had experience of dealing with aggressive Islam in the past - Spain certainly, Austria and Hungary, too. And, the Poles defended Europe against Islamisation in the Seventeenth Century.
But, of course, what Europe must now seek to do is help the people of war-torn countries, there, on the spot - and, this aid must be provided, and it must be effective. Poland has offered such aid!
But, forced quotas of largely unvetted immigrants into member states, by the EU, cannot be accepted.
Scott Schittl and the whole team at CitizenGO
PS - When different rights are at-play (as, between an individual seeking safe haven, and a state trying to defend its sovereignty), such situations are sometimes difficult to judge. However, free countries have both the right and the duty to defend the physical security of their citizens as well as their cultural integrity. Thank you for signing!
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