Poland (possibly) says no to imported racism.
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13-11-2017, 02:56 PM
RE: Poland (possibly) says no to imported racism.
Well, at least Duda criticized the demonstration and what it stood for, as it seems. Our president is also my last flicker of hope, as things are standing now. I don't even want to start to imagine how the anniversaries next year go over with the government we're about to get. 80 years since the Nazis marched in, 100 years of republic and 80 years since the pogrom that's known as "Kristallnacht". Given the rightwingers that will make up a large part of the government it will be an excercise in undignified behavior.

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13-11-2017, 03:09 PM
RE: Poland (possibly) says no to imported racism.
@Abaris

Duda criticized nationalism, antisemitism and xenophoby but (from a quick check) he said nothing about homophobic and theocratical slogans. Still, these were harshest word from right side. That only shows deep to which right fallen I would like say.

Duda however isn't flicker of hope.

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