Poland stands up to the EU on forced quotas: “We’re not taking in your Muslim migrants – your blackmail won’t work on us. And we aren’t so sure we even want to stay in the European Union.”
Millennium Report Poland’s conservative prime minister, Beata Szydło, reacts to he ongoing EU threats to force her country to accept migrants or face massive fines. Szydło, last year, stated during a parliamentary debate, adding that her Central European nation would not be participating in the ‘’madness of the Brussels elites.’’
‘’Where are you going, Europe? Get up off your knees. Get out of your lethargy. Otherwise you will be crying every day for your children,” she warned, stating that Poland had no intention of accepting Brussels-imposed migrants.
Since Szydło’s Law and Justice Party came to power in October 2015, they have refused to resettle one single Muslim migrant, frustrating and infuriating Brussels.