Poland Nationalism

Poland Nationalism
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  • Nationalism in Poland means that they’re a strictly polish nation and promotes the cultural unity of polish people. They show pride in their country however, taking it too far by having an imaginary sense of what a real Pole is and impressing these views upon everybody.
  • You can't be here! You aren't a true Pole!
  • Last year in Poland there was a very large nationalistic march on their independence day, a symbolic day in history that has been celebrated since regaining their independence in 1918
  • WE WANT GOD! NO JEWS!
  • NO GAYS! OUR POLAND.
  • On this day, 60,000 nationalostic people gathered to take their stand, which included many hateful views
  • No Muslims!
  • Online right-wing propeganda has been taking over in Poland
  • Freedom of speech has been limited in Poland. Citizens are not allowed to talk about things like the Holocaust, which is the typical nationalistic way of covering up dirty parts of history.
  • YOU CAN'T SAY THAT.
  • With more power to the Law and Justice party, the country is now less diverse than ever, with less than 1% of the population being Muslim. This comes from the nationalistic views of anti-muslim.
  • Law and Justice Party
  • That march displays the overall trend of nationalism in the country that is becoming a bigger issue. Extreme Nationalism is on the rise in poland and Nationalistic people have gained power within the government which is leading to more and more issues just like the march. The Law and Justice party (nationalists) is gaining more seats in the parliamentary elections which is leading to their power.
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