Beata Szydlo, the Prime Minister of Poland, is an influential woman who has undertaken some serious steps in her country, especially when the rest of the EU leaders need to be reminded of certain things.
As reported by Bizpac Review, Beata said that she will not be forced into embracing myriads of refugees into her country, especially now, in light of the deadly Manchester bombing that killed 22 and injured dozens of others. It seems that the Polish Prime Minister and President Trump are on the same page here.
The Prime Minister then went on to explain why she will not accept refugees in her country, saying that the European leaders who approved of this showed signs of weakness. The empathy these leaders are trying to show refugees is actually backfiring upon themselves on an economic and cultural level.
In her address, some of the more fervent sections includes the lines, “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.”
She is absolutely right. When other nations try to push you into embracing refugees, you are putting the safety of your community and citizens in it under immediate threat of terrorist attacks.
Even after all those ruthless attacks and after all those victims, liberal countries have not learned their lesson and are just letting these refugees pour into Europe.
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