December 14, 2017
Mounting pressure from the European Union and international Jewry over rising Polish nationalism led to a shocking coup that replaced Prime Minister Beata Maria Szydło with foreign educated, Brussels-backed finance minister Mateusz Morawiecki.
Morawiecki is a Johnny-come-lately in the alt-lite tier Law and Justice Party, which he only joined in 2015 when they were tasked to form a government.
Morawiecki’s meteoric rise has sparked controversy, with rumors floating around that his job is to implement Brussels African and Arab migrant quotas and increase Poland’s “European” integration. Detractors believe the seemingly random political swap was the work of foreign powers unhappy with the path Poland is on.
Oh, did I mention that he’s also a rootless cosmopolitan Jewish banker?
Poland’s new prime minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, was officially sworn into office Monday along with the Cabinet members who served under his predecessor.
The country’s prime minister of the last two years, Beata Szydlo, was sworn in as deputy prime minister during the ceremony at the Presidential Palace.
There had been speculation in Poland Monday that the Cabinet might undergo immediate changes. That proved not to be the case as the other ministers took their oaths one-by-one and signed declarations pledging to observe the Constitution.
Morawiecki, who previously held the posts of deputy prime minister and minister of finance and development, was picked last week to head the government by Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the powerful leader of the ruling Law and Justice party. Kaczynski attended the swearing-in ceremony.
The new prime minister, who has Jewish roots, said his task will also be to preserve Poland’s national identity and culture.
“This will be a government of continuation,” and of “hope and optimism,” Morawiecki said, adding that prosperity for families, well-paid jobs and affordable housing would be priorities.
Szydlo was popular among Poles, but the country’s image abroad has suffered as a result of the conservative government’s refusal to accept migrants, pursuit of logging in a virgin forest and more assertive stance toward Germany.
Perhaps the most critical point of controversy has been the way Law and Justice has consolidated the government’s control over the judiciary, something the European Union sees as a violation of the rule of law.
Explaining the switch in leadership, party officials said the government needs to focus on the economy, which has grown in recent years but is seen as in need of a push for innovation — and to improve Poland’s standing in the European Union and with other foreign nations.
Morawiecki, a former banker who speaks English and German, is seen as better prepared to represent Poland internationally.
The question that remains unanswered: if Poland is a “democracy” and relegated Prime Minister Szydlo was popular, why was she overthrown and replaced with some English-speaking Jewish usurer?
Does anyone really trust him to “preserve Poland’s national identity and culture”?
“Poland’s national identity and culture”
To get a hint as to what Morawiecki thinks Polish identity is, see his recent statement about Poles serving Jews being the pinnacle of Polish national life.
My guess is this neo-liberal will go on a massive privatization spree, declare the need for immigrants to “increase the GDP,” and open the borders while Poles are distracted by short-term economic prosperity (fueled by high-interest credit).
Then when it’s time to pay the bill, Poles will be broke, ankle deep in negroes and Arabs and unable to do anything coherent about it.
Sounds crazy, but Poland isn’t as “based” as you might think. Once the older generations die, bougie careerist women who exclusively consume (((American media))) and are taught at George Soros University will begin ascending to power with the EU’s support. The amount of NGO investment towards this end is unreal, and Poland isn’t doing enough to fight it like Hungary is.
The Poles want European subsidies without selling their national soul? Not going to happen. Poland must leave the European Union or else it is merely delaying its doom.