July 23, 2018
July 14, 1683, the largest Islamic army ever to invade European territory came and surrounded Vienna, the heart of the Holy Roman Empire and de facto nemesis of Islam.
Earlier this month, when Polish lawmaker Dominik Tarczyński was asked how many “refugees” Poland has taken in, he flatly responded: “Zero.” When the British interviewer, whose nation has taken in millions of Muslim migrants, scoffed, “And you’re proud of that?” Tarczyński responded: “We will not receive even one Muslim, because this is what we promised… this is why our government was elected; this is why Poland is so safe, this is why we have not had even one terror attack.”
That Polish voters are determined to keep Islam out has been demonstrated time and again, such as late last year when “Thousands of Catholics formed a human chain along the borders of Poland … to pray for peace and ‘against the Islamisation of Europe.’”
What accounts for this candidly anti-Islamic response that is so different from Western European responses, which have culminated in the open-armed acceptance of millions of Muslim migrants?