Poland will never agree to the creation of a European superstate, the head of the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party, Jarosław Kaczyński, told conservative weekly Sieci during an interview.
Poland’s conservative leader said that such an EU project does exist, and it can “only be stopped by a coalition of states that reject it, bang their fists on the table and say that there will be no scrapping of the veto or changes to EU treaties.”
According to him, “there is no price for independence.”
The leader of PiS framed the electoral choice facing Poles in this year’s elections as being between a country that is “truly independent, militarily strong and developing economically” and “one that has no sovereignty, is susceptible to ideological experiments with minorities, stifled in its development and dominated by Germany.”
Kaczyński argues that the conservative government has succeeded in tightening up the legal system and using the public purse to raise the quality and standard of life for Poles. The only reason he feels the result of the election is still in doubt is the fact that the opposition still dominates the media narrative.
The conservative leader is categorically opposed to attempts at centralizing Europe and imposing minority lifestyles such as veganism on Europeans. He said that his party would defend the right to choose one’s own lifestyle and “would not tell Poles that they should stop eating meat or drinking milk, nor make them switch to electric cars.”