Poland: Merkel to blame for terrorism outburst
The current European migration policy, especially pursued by Angela Merkel, plays into the hands of those who “sow death among the people”, said Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydło in a TVP Info broadcast while commenting on the terrorist acts in Spain. Szydło believes that Europe must stop being afraid to talk about terrorism. “Don’t be afraid to talk about it, don’t be afraid to speak, only when this political correctness is changed will political reason come,” she added.
The head of the Polish government believes that Poland’s refusal to receive immigrants, which is criticized by the European Commission, could become an example for other countries.
“What we are doing is thus what the Hungarians and Slovaks are doing, what Central and Eastern Europe have done – we have shown how to do this (to ensure safety), and now you must acknowledge it,” Szydło added.
On the evening of August 17 there was an act of terror in Barcelona: a van drove into a crowd of people on Las Ramblas Boulevard. 13 people were killed and more than 100 were injured. The Islamic State terrorist group took responsibility for the attack.