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11 November 2017
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Sunday 12th November 29017
SIXTY THOUSAND far-right activists marched through Warsaw at the weekend to mark Poland’s independence day, November 11.
Under the slogan “We want God,” a line from a traditional nationalist song quoted by US President Donald Trump on a visit to Poland earlier this year, marchers carried banners calling for refugees to “F*** off” and for a “Holocaust” of Muslims.
Other slogans included “Not red, not rainbow, but national Poland,” a double rejection of the country’s socialist past and of gay liberation, which Polish nationalists associate with the West. Marchers chanted for “clean blood” and a “Europe for the white people”.
They were joined by fascists from across Europe, including Tommy Robinson, the former English Defence League boss. Anti-fascist campaign Hope Not Hate director Nick Lowles said Poland’s annual independence day march was increasingly a magnet for white supremacists in Europe.
On Saturday, November 11, at least 60,000 fascist demonstrators from Poland, Hungary and Slovakia gathered in Warsaw, the Polish capital, on Poland’s “Independence Day” to stage what has been described as the biggest far-right demonstration since the fall of Nazism. Some estimates suggested as many as 100,000 participants: here.
On Sunday, officials of the Law and Justice (PiS) government made a point of marching alongside neo-fascist forces to celebrate Poland’s 100th Independence Day. The “March of Independence” in Warsaw attracted some 250,000 people, according to the Polish police. This would make it the largest single march in the history of Warsaw, a city of 2 million people. Smaller demonstrations took place throughout the country: here.
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On Sunday, the mayor of Gdańsk and well-known opposition politician Paweł Adamowicz was stabbed multiple times on the stage of Poland’s largest charity event. He succumbed to his wounds in a hospital on Monday. The assassination, political responsibility for which lies squarely with the ruling right-wing Law and Justice Party (PiS), has sent shockwaves throughout Poland and has deepened the political crisis in the country. … Like most leading bourgeois politicians in contemporary Poland, Adamowicz began his political activities in the Solidarity movement of the 1980s, and was a leader of the student strikes in Gdańsk in 1988/1989. A conservative-leaning politician for most of his life, and member of the liberal PO party until 2015, Adamowicz in recent years became one of the most outspoken critics of the anti-refugee and anti-Semitic sentiments fostered by the PiS government. He participated in an LGBT parade in Gdańsk in 2018 and condemned anti-Semitic attacks on a local synagogue: here.