Poland got it right! ‘We have no terrorist attacks … we refuse to open our doors Islamic migrants’

As carnage unfolds all around them, Poland is “learning from the mistakes of others” in preventing terrorist attacks at the hands of Islamic extremists.

…and the lesson is not allowing Islamic migrants into their country.

Ryszard Czarnecki, a British-born Polish politician, said in the aftermath of Saturday’s London Bridge terrorist attack that these incidents are often carried out by children of “Islamic migrants” who are citizens of the European countries they live in, according to Radio Poland.

Czarnecki, a European Parliament vice president, said these homegrown jihadists are frequently trained by the 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,” he said.

“We, Poland, are learning from the mistakes of others,” Czarnecki added. “And we will not open our doors to Islamic migrants.”

Poland adopted a tough stance on migrants when Europe was being inundated with refugees from the Middle East.

“We have no terrorist attacks in Poland because we withdrew from a plan approved by the previous government of accepting thousands of migrants, known as refugees,” the leader of Poland’s ruling PiS party, Jarosław Kaczyński, said recently.

Czarnecki, a member of the same party, had some advice for the U.K. should they want to remove “radical migrants.”

“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,” he said.

Which is a reference to the holy war jihadists wage against infidels as a religious duty.

Tom Tillison

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Tom is a grassroots activist who distinguished himself as one of the top conservative bloggers in Florida before joining BizPac Review.
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