I recently spent ten days in Warsaw, Poland, to investigate the looming governmental change with a possible Donald Tusk government, and the impact that development will have on Poland's historically Christian, traditional society.
What I found was not encouraging.
Yes, Poland is a clean, safe, Christian, rule-of law society, with a firmly-ensconced Christian heritage and culture.
However, the youth are being subjected to massive globalist propaganda from the European Union, an organization which waves the siren song of 'progressivism' in their faces, converting many.
The conservative Law and Justice Party recently did poorly in the elections, reducing their representation down to 36%, allowing EU mouthpiece Donald Tusk to return, and form a government in January.
Yes, there are hopes that some of the smaller coalition partners will put a damper on some of the more dangerous changes Tusk may install. However, the education ministry looks to be under the future control of the leftists, and massive immigration from third world nations is imminent. These are ominous warnings of Poland's future demise.
What I found in Warsaw, attending conferences and meeting important members of Polish society in government, think tanks, and media, was that the youth are beginning to succumb to the EU onslaught, and much must be done in the near future to save Poland from cultural destruction.
In fact, pundits speak of a 'youthquake' in the recent election, with a large percentage of younger voters moving away from Polish sovereignty, in favor of shifting power to Brussels.
A looming vote on EU treaty legislation will decide the fate of Poles and their ability to decide their own future.
Currently, President Duda can veto legislation, but it is not clear if there are enough votes to override his veto in the new coalition. Probably not, but the pendulum is swinging in the wrong direction for Poland.
I spent time with younger Poles at a conference I attended, which I thought was going to focus on preserving Polish sovereignty, and that of Central Europe.
However, again, what I found was not encouraging.
The conference focused on all the EU talking points of green energy, connectivity, and a 'better future', but said nothing about remaining true to Polish culture and heritage.
When I gently confronted some of the younger attendees of the conference on how industrial-scale immigration will change Poland forever, I received the 'that's a conspiracy theory' retort.
When I asked members of the Polish government at the conference why they were focused on 'green energy' when the manufacturing base of Germany and the UK is being destroyed, rolling blackouts are common in California and Texas, and how this energy sector is unreliable and environmentally destructive, I received 'dagger' glances, but tepid, regrettable agreement.
It seems speaking the truth is also becoming a scarce commodity in Poland as well.
We are going to continue to stay on this story, as we believe it is an important one for Poland, Central Europe, and the world.
However, it is discouraging that with all the evidence that abounds about the destructive nature of EU Marxism, the youth can still be brainwashed into believing it.
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