On Saturday in Warsaw, Poland. Lot’s of people that was holding an anti-government demonstration were removed by force at their anti-government protest. It seems like the political situation in Poland, makes Solidarity movement harder and harder.
Video of the Anti-government protesters Forcibly Removed by Police
This reminds more of a none-democratic country actions than democratic. If Kaczynski claims this is democratic? Back in May he said this:
“We have democracy: everyone can have their own opinions, everyone can demonstrate, everyone can vote for whom they want, and everyone can write what they want,” Kaczynski said in the city of Szczecin.
Poland is Now becoming more strict
The anti-government protesters held white roses and chained themselves together to protest what they belive is the use by Kaczynski of the crash for political purposes.
It seems like the political situation in Poland is a lot about blaming after the plane crash, which occurred in Russia.
For the Polish political system, it is the worst tragedy to strike Poland in modern times. With Polish and Russiand official investigators stating it was an accident. But Kaczynski have a theory that the Russians did this intentionally.
This is political flames from Kaczynski. He also accuses Donald Tusk, the x-prime minister of failing to ensure a proper investigation.
Many protesters were carrying red-and-while Polish flags and blue star-spangled EU flags.
“We will not allow Kaczynski to take us out of Western Europe. Together we will defend freedom,” said Jacek Jaskowiak, the mayor of Poznan, a city in western Poland. -alijazeera.com
Kaczynski said that Poland have Democracy in May!?
The protesters says he is against EU and democracy in Poland. However, Kaczynski states that ‘We have democracy’. He said on Saturday that freedom exists in Poland. Everyone can have their own opinions, everyone can vote for whom they want, and everyone can write what they want. He said this in Szczecin in May, but now Police removes a protest?
The protest came after a law passed by the PiS-dominated parliament in March making it more difficult to carry out counter-protests, with demonstrators yelling “The PiS violates the constitution” and “We have the right to protest”.
The government claims the law is a necessary security measure, but opposition groups as well as the EU human rights commissioner have called it anti-democratic. -france24.com
It seems like Kaczynski wants full control and a strange revenge making him a qwasi-dictator. EU human rights commissioner have called it anti-democratic and Kaczynski seems to just ignore this.
Police cut the chains with scissors, before forcibly removing the protesters. It seems like freedom is at stake “again” in Poland.