Polish PM: Rape of 18-year-old Polish male by Afghan migrant in Germany was due to EU’s ‘open borders’ policies

By Grzegorz Adamczyk
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Following the hours-long homosexual rape of an 18-year-old male Polish citizen by a 20-year-old Afghan male migrant on an underground train platform in Munich, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has commented on the case, saying it was due to “open borders” policies pushed by the EU and certain politicians.

“A young Pole in Munich was raped by an Afghan immigrant. These are the effects of the open border policy pushed by the European Union, (head of the European People’s Party) Mr. Manfred Weber, and his representative in Poland, Donald Tusk. Do we want such a Europe in Poland?” asked Morawiecki in a post on Facebook.

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Remix News reported about the homosexual rape case involving the Polish male on Tuesday. The culprit, who has been detained by the German police, took advantage of the fact that the young Pole was returning from a party and under the influence of alcohol fell asleep in an underground station in Munich. 

Morawiecki elaborated in his post that Poland ” is one of the safest countries on the continent, and the Law and Justice (PiS) government invests huge funds in the army, police and protection of Polish borders.”

“These are the effects of the open borders policy being forced through by the EU, Manfred Weber and their representative in Poland Donald Tusk,” Morawiecki posted on Facebook.

Morawiecki also hit back at opposition politicians who have claimed that the ruling PiS is setting Poles against migrants. “We are not stigmatizing anybody. We are governing responsibly. The same cannot be said of the opposition when it was in government. We will all decide what kind of security policy Poland needs at the ballot box on October 15.”

The Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Wednesday called in a representative of the German Embassy to discuss the case. The ministry handed in a statement saying that such situations are likely to occur again. This is why there is a need for an information campaign to raise awareness of the danger of such crimes being committed in Western European countries.

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The Polish ministry declared that Poland is willing to participate in such an information campaign. The ministry also asked for full cooperation from the German police with the Polish consular services to ensure all possible help is given to the victim.

Germany has suffered a rising degree of rape cases tied to open borders in recent years. For example, last year the country saw a record increase in gang rape cases, with half of the suspects being of foreign origin.

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