CNN’s Christiane Amanpour conducted a confrontational interview with Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Paweł Jabłoński during a segment that featured footage from a CNN camera crew present at the Belarus-Poland border crossing. That is the same location where armed illegal alien Muslim invaders recently assaulted Polish soldiers and police officers en masse.
REMIX News (h/t Marvin W) Amanpour’s team was reporting directly from the Belarusian side while operating among illegal alien Muslim invaders who are actively being used and controlled by Belarusian officers. Given Amanpour’s line of questioning, one cannot help but sometimes being surprised by the naivety and emotion-driven nature of CNN’s “news” segments.
Amanpour, a British journalist and CNN’s chief correspondent for international affairs, asked her Polish guest stupid questions, such as whether he did not pity the “refugees” and why did the Polish officers use water cannons and tear gas.
“I’m quite surprised that you are using terms that they are defenseless, while we have just looked at footage of them armed and attacking our border and attacking our soldiers, equipped with stun grenades supplied to them by Lukashenko’s services,” minister Jabłoński answered.
“It has nothing to do with defenseless refugees. These are NOT refugees.” The deputy foreign minister stressed that in context of Lukashenko carrying out hybrid warfare against Poland, that “this is not a refugee crisis. It is artificially created political pressure.”
Why did Polish authorities use water cannons and tear gas against migrants at the Poland/Belarus border? Polish Dep. Foreign Minister @paweljabIonski argues they threw stones and “are not refugees”: “They are being lured to the EU in false hope… We cannot allow that to happen.” pic.twitter.com/WR0P4xfdvo
— Christiane Amanpour (@amanpour) November 17, 2021