Modern World History - Poland march

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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