A Polish parliamentarian has accused the French of being Godless and surrendering to globalist domination in the wake of France’s presidential election and their selection of former Rothschild banker, Emmanuel Macron, to lead the collapsing nation.
“The French no longer have the strength to fight for France,” wrote Polish MP, Krystyna Pawłowicz, in a post on social media. “Compared to them, the Poles are mighty in spirit, channeling the full power of Polish patriots.”
“We are discouraged, the French are dying… without God, without faith in Mary.”
Pawłowicz is a member of the ruling Law and Justice Party (PiS) which has taken a hard-line stance against the current invasion of African and Middle Eastern migrants pouring into Europe, incurring the wrath of the European Union gangsters who are escalating their warnings and bullying as Poland continues to reject intake quotas.
Macron has already threatened Poland with retribution if they do not bow to the demands of the EU.
“When the rights and values of the European Union are not respected, I want sanctions to be taken,” he told the media last week. “In the three months after I’m elected, there will be a decision on Poland.”
“You cannot have a European Union which argues over every single decimal place on the issue of budgets with each country, and which, when you have an EU member which acts like Poland or Hungary on issues linked to universities and learning, or refugees, or fundamental values, decides to do nothing.”
Macron took his rhetoric further over the line, insinuating that the Polish government is allied with ‘imperial Russia’ – a particularly incendiary accusation given an on-going investigation that implicates Donald Tusk – the current president of the European Council and former Polish prime minister – as possibly being involved in the untimely death of current Polish president Jarosław Kaczyński’s brother.
Tusk is currently being probed for possible illegal conspiracy with Russian intelligence surrounding a plane crash that killed former Polish president and PiS founder, Lech Kaczyński, for which Tusk has also been accused of treason by Defense Minister Antoni Macierewicz.
Poland responded to Macron, calling his comments “unacceptable,” adding that he had “violated European standards and the principles of friendship with Poland.”
Polish Interior Minister, Mariusz Błaszczak, recently declared, “The policy of multiculturalism in Western Europe is bringing about a bloody harvest in the form of terrorist attacks.”
“Our predecessors, agreeing to receive thousands of refugees – and de facto immigrants from the Middle East, and northern Africa – were striving to bring about such a crisis,” he added, warning that Europe is now in the midst of a “massive immigration crisis.”