Nationalism in Poland

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  • The Marsz Niepodlegiosi March is celebrated on the Polish Independence Day. People join to protest for nationalistic causes.
  • Protesters carried Polish flags, flares, and Christian iconography
  • Ultra-Nationalists in Poland think Poland should unify as a nation for white, "ethnically Polish", Catholic nation and hold onto conservative values.
  • "White Supremacy!"
  • "Brotherly Nation"
  • "Marriage is only for men and women!"
  • "We Want God!"
  • Refugee Crisis
  • The March was sparked in 2009 and has been annual event. The reason that sparked this protest was the negative reaction to the refugee crisis.
  • Polish Protestors
  • Independence!
  • PiS leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski
  • Poland's ruling Law and Justice party (PiS) is described as a conservative party, committed to holding back the traditional values of Poland.
  • Its goal is to take control of the Polish judiciary in open defiance of the law and also the constitution which also contain the courts .
  • PiS
  • As Poland's nationalism is getting much stronger, the tension with the EU (European Union) is also increasing. The EU doesn't agree with this protesting. Polish nationalists think that the EU should be a way for trading but it shouldn't control their values.
  • Poland v.s. EU
  • Polish citizens
  • EU-European Union
  • The EU (Europe Union) supports 60% of Poland's wealth, so tensions with the EU could cause serious issues.
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