Modern World History - Poland march
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On November 11th, Poland's independence day about 60,000 people were marching in the streets on Warsaw. This march was one one of the biggest demonstrations in Europe.
During the march they were carrying flags with the Celtic cross, flares, had songs specifically targeting Muslims, and everyone Semitic.
The marchers wanted to show white supremacy and wanting "death to enemies of the homeland."
President Adrzej Duda wants Poland to remain open for everyone to be able to come in and out whenever they want and for everyone to come together.
The leader of the ruling Law and Justice party is Jardoslaw Kaczynski, he stated that the march was a "marginal problem."
Nationalism can bring people together or tear their countries apart, there is no way of telling if there will be a national cleansing or what will happen
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