Up to 200,000 people march in Poland against immigration

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Via Vladtepesblog.com:

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“This is a summary of an article from Polish media with additional information from reliable sources that were present at the march. …

The article estimates 50,000 people, but one photographer known to the translator estimated the actual turn out at closer to 200,000 people.

100,000-strong Independence March** on 11 November, the chant is “Two brothers – a Pole and a Hungarian”.

(this phrase alludes to a saying (in Polish): “Polak, Wegier – dwa bratanki. Do szabli i do szklanki”. In English: “A Pole and a Hungarian – two brothers. To the sword and to the glass.” )

(The two countries have historically a lot of links. The translator has many experiences of traveling and meeting Hungarians who form an instant bond over beer and, the understanding is brothers in arms if needed)”
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  1. The numbers are exaggerated. The rally was not against the Muslim invasion but due to Polish independence day on 11 November. Off course some of the part-takers had banners “no Muslims in Poland” or “Poland for Poles”, but majority were ordinary Polish patriots who enjoy living in free country and wanted to express it. Like every year.

  2. “This video shows about 20 to 25 right wing Nazi xenophobic protesters showed up in Poland to show their irrational fear of the 3 year old children and widowed mothers fleeing war in Syria.”

    BBC, United Kingdom

  3. Whenever someone says the numbers are exaggerated to a photo that easily shows there are definitely more than 50,000 people present, one can only believe that the spirit of deception as well as the spirit of denial are present…

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