That statement, today, is most apropos Westerners who had lot their countries to mass immigration.
On an English-language blog, I post Poland-related material primarily with the thought of it relating to the dreams of people of English-speaking countries, as I live here too. The video below, which is a four-minute explanation of the Independence March in Warsaw, will speak to your thoughts. Many elements of Polish history are playing out right now in your country.
The English-speaking narrator opens with:
Many in foreign media outlets have criticized [the march], with some strong words used to label those who attended. Noted political scientist Francis Fukuyama…
The photo below is flashed up; the banner says “White Europe of Brotherly Nations”
… labelled the march “fascist.” Andrew Rettman for the EU Observer called it “Neo-Nazi.” Al Jezeera described it as “homophobic and White supremacist.” And the BBC labeled it as “far right.” The most recurring epithet to describe the march was the word “nationalist.”
I don’t want to defend the march from those allegations, as they are not worthy of much consideration. I would rather take the time to explain why 250,000 Poles chose to attend the Independence Day rally.
“Bóg Honor Ojczyzna” on the banner below translates to “God Honor Fatherland.” The four-minute video: