Nationalism Cartoon

Nationalism Cartoon

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  • On November  11, 1918, Poland gained their independence from Germany, Austria, and Russia. They have since recognized  the holiday with celebrations and marches.
  • Since 2009, the marches have changed from a holiday celebration to a protest,  sometimes resulting in  violence. Recently, around 60,000 people have attended.
  • For example, in 2014, an extremely violent march took place in Warsaw. Nationalists separated from the larger group and began throwing dangerous objects at police and bystanders.
  • rocks
  • pavement
  • flares
  • The groups leading the violence promote xenophobia and intolerance for others. 
  • National Radical Camp
  • All-Polish Youth
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  • E.U.
  • These ideas of nationalism were formulated partially from the refugee numbers increasing. Many ideals of nationalists in Poland consist of an all-white, Catholic Polish population.  However, for refugees, this has a negative effect.
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  • violence
  • discrimination
  • bigotry
  • refugees
  • War?
  • "Polexit"?
  • Currently, people's prejudiced views remain and their nationalistic ideas could cause further problems for the E.U. or Poland as a country.
  • Similar situation to The Holocaust?
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