The Polish government is asking the voters in a referendum whether they support accepting thousands of illegal immigrants

While in our little suffocated Malta, Jeremy J. Camilleri keeps on trumpeting the liberal agenda of illegal migration while accusing his fellow Maltese citizens of showing alleged intolerance towards local multiculturalism, the Polish government will ask the voters in the upcoming election next October, whether they support accepting “thousands of illegal immigrants from the Middle East and Africa” as part of a European Union relocation plan. Besides the parliamentary election, scheduled for 15th October, the Polish government is also holding a referendum with a question that would say: “Do you support the admission of thousands of illegal immigrants from the Middle East and Africa under the forced relocation mechanism imposed by the European bureaucracy?”

Because last June, EU interior ministers have “endorsed a plan to share out responsibility for migrants entering Europe without authorization, the root of one of the bloc’s longest-running political crises.”

“Poland currently hosts more than a million Ukrainian refugees, who are primarily white and Christian, but officials have long made clear that they consider Muslims and others from different cultures to be a threat to the nation’s cultural identity and security.”

Current Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki “announced the referendum question in a new video published on social media. It indicated that his party, Law and Justice, is seeking to use migration in its election campaign, a tactic that helped it take power in 2015.”

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