Poland: the new bastion of fascism?

manifesto

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About 60,000 nationalists joined independence-day parade organized by youth movement seeking ethnically pure Poland...

The march, organized by a Polish youth movement, drew extremists from around Europe. The Wall Street Journal reports that banners displayed slogans such as “White Europe,” Europe Will be White,” and “Clean Blood.” Al Jazeera reports hat some of the marcher’s chants “directed expletives at refugees, leftists, liberal media outlets, and the US.”

Tens of Thousands of Nationalists Take to Warsaw Streets

60,000 join far-right march on Poland’s Independence Day - The Washington Post
 
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  • JB81

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    You blame them? ما مت، ما شفت مين مات؟ شو الله جابرون دول يصيرو مزرعة العيش المشترك متل حكايتنا بلبنان؟


     

    Nonan

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    View attachment 8915 About 60,000 nationalists joined independence-day parade organized by youth movement seeking ethnically pure Poland...

    The march, organized by a Polish youth movement, drew extremists from around Europe. The Wall Street Journal reports that banners displayed slogans such as “White Europe,” Europe Will be White,” and “Clean Blood.” Al Jazeera reports hat some of the marcher’s chants “directed expletives at refugees, leftists, liberal media outlets, and the US.”

    Tens of Thousands of Nationalists Take to Warsaw Streets

    60,000 join far-right march on Poland’s Independence Day - The Washington Post
    Not only Poland, most Eastern European countries (remember victor Orban)... but wasn’t there an article on this forum praising Eastern Europe as the defenders of true European values (or their version of these values - extremism, racism, etc.)
     

    gramsci

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    as much as i dislike fascism , i support that all muslim must be deported to their original countries and no mosques must be allowed in europe.
    They want islam , they should reconstruct it in their lands and not in others land .
     

    LVV

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    Euh he's the Pope. Conservatism is de rigueur. There was nothing "crusader-like" about his political views, though.
    He was a staunch opponent of Bush's crusade against Iraq.
    At first then he supported the war against terrorists and the nation building of Iraq
    He made possible the reelection of Bush by supporting his position against gay marriage in 2004 .
    The Church in USA refused communion to any abortions supporter .
    So if John Paul 2 is not a Crusader; Pope Francis is what not the anti thesis of John Paul 2 .
     

    manifesto

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    At first then he supported the war against terrorists and the nation building of Iraq
    He made possible the reelection of Bush by supporting his position against gay marriage in 2004 .
    The Church in USA refused communion to any abortions supporter .
    So if John Paul 2 is not a Crusader; Pope Francis is what not the anti thesis of John Paul 2 .
    Pope Francis > Pope Jean Paul II

    But they're both terrible human beings if you ask me. They both oppose euthanasia and assisted suicide. Anyone who denies people the right to die in dignity and without suffering is evil.
     

    LVV

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    Pope Francis > Pope Jean Paul II

    But they're both terrible human beings if you ask me. They both oppose euthanasia and assisted suicide. Anyone who denies people the right to die in dignity and without suffering is evil.
    You are a small evil leftie who supports that family members kill their own family to take their money
    You are not worth the shoes of these popes
     

    sadek2010

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    At first then he supported the war against terrorists and the nation building of Iraq
    He made possible the reelection of Bush by supporting his position against gay marriage in 2004 .
    The Church in USA refused communion to any abortions supporter .
    So if John Paul 2 is not a Crusader; Pope Francis is what not the anti thesis of John Paul 2 .
    Pope Francis > Pope Jean Paul II

    But they're both terrible human beings if you ask me. They both oppose euthanasia and assisted suicide. Anyone who denies people the right to die in dignity and without suffering is evil.
    The problem @LVV believes in miracles and u dont :)
    And for that reason i dont understand how u continue debating with this retarded homosapien :)