Mass migration leads to tragic social, racial and religious conflicts, says Poland’s interior minister

Poland is rejecting migrant quotas not out of “xenophobia” but out of “common sense”, says Polish Interior Minister Mariusz Kamiński

editor: REMIX NEWS
author: Grzegorz Adamczyk

Polish Interior Minister Mariusz Kamiński assured Polish citizens that the Law and Justice (PiS) government will oppose the relocation of illegal migrants to Poland and that this view was clear and “non-negotiable”.

“The Polish government will not accept mandatory illegal migrant relocations,” he said, according to TVP Info.

Kamiński pointed out that the government is taking these actions not due to “xenophobia” but rather “common sense”.

“There is and will be no permission of the Polish government to impose on us any kind of social or cultural experiments,” the minister declared.

He referred to the dire situation in Western Europe where several clusters culturally unassimilated persons have been established, resulting in an increased threat of terrorism, rising crime in Western countries, and intolerant views on Western democratic norms.

“This leads to tragic consequences; social, racial and religious conflicts,” Kamiński said in reference to mass migration through forced migrant quotas.

Poland has not experienced a single major terrorist attack in modern times but has recently foiled a number of ISIS operations in the country in recent months from migrants attempting to enter the country.


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