Huge Anti-Jewish, White-Supremacist Rally in Poland: Banners Say "Europe Will Be White, Clean Blood"

Two radical Polish nationalist groups seek an ethnically and religiously pure country. They organized an Independence Day event attracting tens of thousands of people. A crowd of mostly young people carried banners that read ‘Europe Will Be White’ and ‘Clean Blood’.

Tens of thousands of Poles marched across downtown Warsaw on Saturday, in an independence-day procession organized by a nationalist youth movement that seeks an ethnically pure Poland with fewer Jews or Muslims.

The largely young crowd shot off roman candles and many chanted “fatherland,” carrying banners that read “White Europe,” “Europe Will Be White” and “Clean Blood.” Some of the marchers flew in from Hungary, Slovakia and Spain and waved flags and symbols that those countries used during their wartime collaboration with Nazi Germany.

The Radical Camp has been holding independence-day marches since 2009. Until several years ago, it struggled to attract more than a few hundred people. In the past three years, it has become the largest independence-day occasion in Poland, and one of the largest nationalist marches of its kind anywhere in Europe. Saturday’s was expected to be the largest ever. Police estimated the crowd at 60,000.

The group holds a staunch nativist standpoint, saying the European Union and Russia represent equal threats to Polish sovereignty. It argues that Polish people should nationalize the assets belonging to foreign corporations and distribute the profits across an ethnically homogenous state

On Saturday, Polish state television called the procession a “great march of patriots.

Slogans

The group has regularly held events to mark a 1936 pogrom against Jews. Its symbols were displayed on a banner that appeared over a Warsaw bridge, reading: “Pray for Islamic Holocaust.”

This year, the group said it was adopting a new slogan, a quote from a July speech here by President Donald Trump : “We want God.”

We Want God

Extremists everywhere wants God, as long as it's their God.

Major Religions

In the name of God and religious purity, it makes perfect sense for Protestants to detest Catholics, and Sunnis to behead Shiites.

So let there be a Holocaust for the Shiites, the Sunnis, the Jews, the Protestants, the Buddhists, the Catholics, and the Hinduists. Of course, you get to leave your religion out of the Holocaust group.

Heaven forbid the atheists take over and put an end to religious wars. God, whatever he, she, or it may or may not be, surely would not want that.

Mike "Mish" Shedlock

unfortunately there's a racist history in poland. one only need to look back at what occured in wold war ii. it's not just poles but ukranians. the second world war was not that long ago. the fact that poland doesn't have a great many jews or muslims avoided the conversation until recently. before the second world war there were three million jews in the country and they weren't that welcome

Globalists need to put integration plans on hold until people are ready to mingle peacefully. again.

Mish like CNN. In other words Mish sees what he wants to see.

“Heaven forbid the atheists take over and put an end to religious wars.” Lenin, Stalin, and Mao already tried that but it did not work out well for peace. The problem is not religion, it is not Atheism, and it is not Agnostics. The problem is evil people who hate others. As soon as people realize that humans love power and control, maybe we can stop blaming the wrong thing and point the finger where it belongs; at the people who attack others.

Mish's particular statement about atheists putting an end to religious is indeed jaw-dropping. I post this reluctantly because I've been a personal recipient of Mish's generosity with his time and advice, so will only say (besided "thank you Mish!") that various scholars have discredited the popular myth about religion and violence. William Cavanaugh wrote a superb book that eviscerates the idea, and Karen Armstrong (no conservative she), probably borrowing from Cavanaugh's work, published this excellent piece in The Guardian that sheds a great deal of light on this topic. The Myth of Religious Violence -- https://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/sep/25/-sp-karen-armstrong-religious-violence-myth-secular

Considering that violence originated from a wide range of religious and atheistic groups in the last century--one could argue with some merit that violence against other groups is a group phenomena (or trait inherent in human kind). A notable exception are groups where non-violence is part of the identity: Quakers, Jehovah's Witnesses and Seventh-Day Adventists for example.

\Heaven forbid the atheists take over and put an end to religious wars.\

Like they did in China, Cambodia, and the USSR. Great call.

This is sad to see, but certainly predictable. Minorities in worsening economic times are oppressed. Loading millions of Muslims into Europe is a huge error.

Most of the tens of millions murdered in the blood bath called the 20th century were victims of atheist socialism. Most religions at some level denounce killing. Socialists only do what is expedient without regard to individual rights or human life.

Make a list of the greatest mass murderers of the 20th Century and make a list of the most well known Socialist leaders. The lists will be pretty much the same.

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