Poland Says No To Refugees

Refugees are coming into Europe at an alarming rate. We can see the impact that they are having on the countries and it is not looking good. There has been a large number of terrorist attacks on the continent ever since they started letting migrants flood in. But that has not stopped countries like Germany, France and England from letting in these refugees. We can see firsthand the kind of impact this has. If they do not come up with a solution very soon it could be too late. Too many people have died and more will die soon unless they can find a plausible way to stop this madness.

But there is at least one European country that has stood strong against the will of the rest. Poland has made it clear that they will not take in these refugees. They face a fine of up to $275,000 for every refugee they turn away. That is ridiculous and they should be able to make whatever laws they need to in order to keep their country safe from these terrorists that want to destroy them. Hopefully we will see a change soon before more and more people have to lose their lives.

On a YouTube broadcast, Poland’s party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski, said that “After recent events connected with acts of terror, (Poland) will not accept refugees because there is no mechanism that would ensure security.”

“Such a decision would abolish the sovereignty of EU member states — of course, the weaker ones,” Kaczynski went on. “We don’t agree to that, we have to oppose that, because we are — and we will be — in charge in our own country.”

These European countries either do not care or are too scared to do something. Something needs to change quickly or we will continue to see these attacks everywhere.

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