When the article warns the Polish people “Remember Wolyn” 1943, that’s when Ukrainians seduced and massacred an entire town of Polish people. That’s hatred with a capital H. Not Love. Jewish Zelensky shoved in 2,000,000 then 3,000,000 Ukrainians into Poland with the lowest birth rate of 196 countries. WWII was to destroy the Polish people and any remembrance of the Jewish crimes, suffering, non-stop war for 1,000 years including WWII and then followed by evil Jewish Communism. My people couldn’t talk, travel, and faced gauntlets and starvation . . . again.
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Date: Thu, Jul 21, 2022 at 8:55 AM
Subject: Polish youth staged protests
Polish youth staged protests because of the flags of Ukraine
Wirtualna Polska: young Poles staged protests because of the flags of Ukraine on public transport in WroclawJuly 21, 2022 at 07:46 am
Photo: Alex Bona/Keystone Press Agency/Global Look Press
Representatives of Polish youth held a protest after Ukrainian flags were hung on public transport in the city of Wroclaw, writes the publication Wirtualna Polska. Members of the party “Confederation of the Polish Crown” came to the building of the transport enterprise and opposed such an act of local authorities.
We do not want to turn Poland into the Ukropolia and we will not allow this to be our government,” they said.
The participants of the action made a proposal to sign a new petition, which will indicate that Polish flags should be hung on transport in Wroclaw. According to them, they would not want their country to act only at the behest of Brussels or suddenly become “rosy”.
After some time, the head of the enterprise came out to the activists, who said that it was on his shoulders that the decision to hang Ukrainian flags fell. He assured that now there can be only two positions – to support Russia or Ukraine. According to him, he also hung the flag of Ukraine in his own office.
Earlier, football fans of the club “Pogoń” from Szczecin staged an anti-Ukrainian action during the match of the UEFA Conference League against Reykjavik from Iceland. Fans hung a banner with the inscription “Volyn 1943. Remember!”
On July 1, it became known that Poland curtailed the social program, under which an allowance was paid to citizens of the country who sheltered refugees from Ukraine. The authorities explained the termination of payments of 40 zlotys (about $ 9) per day per person by the fact that Ukrainians can already start working and support themselves.