Sunday, 27 September 2015

Last week, the Polish government broke with the pack of east European holdout countries like Hungary and Slovakia that were resisting the tide of demented do-gooderism that has swept over the elites of western Europe by agreeing to the "refugee" distribution scheme being promoted by Germany. 

But new elections will be held in Poland five weeks from now and the opposition conservative party, led by Jaroslaw Kaczynski, has aligned itself with the anti-immigrationists. He said this:

"Look at Sweden or France, (…) there are whole areas where Sharia reigns and where patrols monitor its application...Do you want these phenomena to also appear among us?" 

In the meantime, the current Polish government and media establishment has embarked on a campaign to brainwash people into accepting their own displacement. They clearly want to create a climate of opinion tyranny of the kind that prevails in western Europe.
More knowledge – less fear – refugees in Poland. Information campaign 
When? How many? Where? How? Read a special information booklet on refugees, created under the auspices of the Office for Foreigners. 
The booklet was released on 18 September 2015 in paper editions of major Polish dailies and the portals and websites of opinion-forming weeklies. It will be also discussed on the radio and TV. 
The refugee crisis has been on the front pages of newspapers and websites and opened all TV and radio news for many days. In addition, the discussions on the Internet forums show not only how important this matter is for Poles, but also how much fear it triggers. Reliable and practical information, published in one simple booklet, has not yet been provided. To answer the questions and dispel at least some doubts, more than 40 Polish media run joint information campaign. 
Initiated by Gazeta Wyborcza under the auspices of the Office for Foreigners, the information booklet is not persuasive in any way, but it presents only answers, facts, definitions, numbers and some advice.

Note the claim that it is "not persuasive in any way", just presents facts. But according to an article in Le Monde this is not true. There is clear political intent behind it.

As indicated by a spokesman for the Office [for Foreigners], "the promotion of tolerance" and "lowering the level of aversion towards refugees" form part of the motivation behind the initiative.


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