Jews Demand “Firm” Action Against Polish Political Leader
PAWEL Kukiz (pictured) is a popular Polish singer, actor, and political activist. He is the leader of Kukiz’s Movement, a political party fighting for more authentic representation of the Polish people. He was a candidate in the 2015 presidential election, in which he received 21% of the votes in the first round of the elections, finishing third. Last fall, he was elected to Parliament. Now he is in “hot water” with Jewish groups merely because he correctly noted that a recent demonstration against the current mildly anti-invasion government there was sponsored and paid for with Jewish money. (Jewish money, and George Soros is only the most famous example out of many, has paid and is paying for destabilizing and media-driven “revolutions” wherever independent leaders emerge — leaders who will not bow down sufficiently low to international Jewish finance.) A Reuters dispatch follows, with additions from National Vanguard correspondents:
Jewish “community leaders” in Poland have demanded a “firm reaction” from President Andrzej Duda and Prime Minister Beata Szydło over Kukiz’s statement that a recent series of opposition demonstrations was not a legitimate political expression of Polish people, but was instead funded by international Jewish currency manipulator and billionaire George Soros.
Making this statement, according to the Jewish groups, constituted “anti-Semitism.” They did not address the accuracy of Kukiz’s statement.
Mr. Kukiz, who leads a 15-member parliamentary group, stated Sunday that the recent opposition rallies in Warsaw were funded by a “Jewish banker.”
In an interview with a local radio station Zet Radio, Kukiz said that “apparently the march was financed somehow from the outside. 150 million PLN (38 million USD) are to be given by the Jews, the Jewish banker, in organization of the march.”
Kukiz, according to the broadcast, was referring to Hungarian-born “American” financier George Soros, a Jew.
Lesław Piszewski, head of the Union of Jewish Religious Communities in Poland, warned Kukiz’s remarks “set a worrying precedent.”
“For the first time since [Poland’s] democratic elections in 1989, a politician in parliament, who has run for the presidency, has used such obvious anti-Semitic rhetoric,” Piszewski declared.
As he did in Ukraine, which now has a Jewish-controlled government, Soros has financed and hired tens of thousands of “organizers” and participants to participate in “spontaneous” protests against Poland’s new government in several Polish cities over the weekend.