The terror attacks in Europe are the result of years of multiculturalism, political correctness and mass migration, according to Poland’s Interior Minister Mariusz Blaszczak. He was commenting on the most recent attack in Nice where a French-Tunisian man drove through crowds celebrating Bastille Day.
As reported by Breitbart London online, Blaszczak struck a decidedly different tone to other Western leaders, linking mass Muslim immigration with terrorism. Speaking about France, which has seen over a dozen Islamist terror attacks in less than two years, the minister said that by rejecting mass migration his government hopes to avoid the mistakes made by many Western governments.
Speaking to Konrad Piasecki on news channel TVN24, the minister said he believes Europe would be safer with fewer, rather than more Muslims.
Blaszczak added that he believes the Visegrad Group — Poland, Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic — are not threatened by terrorism to the extent that countries like France are because the countries “do not want newcomers to settle” in them.
“Poland also would be in such a situation, if not for a change of government. Already we would have thousands of immigrants from the Middle East and Africa,” he said.
Blaszczak’s Law and Justice party (PiS) became the first since the fall of the Soviet Union to win an absolute majority. The former governing party, Civic Platform (PO), were voted out after agreeing to accept thousands of migrants.
Declaring the basis of European values and culture as Christianity, Blaszczak argued it cannot coexist with the culture and values of newcomers to the continent, and that multiculturalism is “wrong” as a concept.