Donald Trump is loved around the world by everyone but the Globalists!
And that’s good enough for me!
The people of Poland and their President are great people! They understand that Radical Islam and Globalism are cancers and they have united with Donald Trump and the U.S.A. to fight back! In fact, a group has already been formed, the Three Seas Initiative, with many countries already participating!
It’s the middle of the night and halfway across the world, but hundreds if not thousands gathered in Poland to cheer for President Trump as he arrived, take a look:
Trump arrives in Poland ahead of public address and energy talks with European leaders. https://t.co/Gdyn9NWcxw
— The Associated Press (@AP) July 5, 2017
Here’s more of the story (biased as it may be) from Politico:
The story of President Donald Trump’s early relationship with Europe is already a tortured one. But that’s not true in Poland, where Trump enjoys a sort of political kinship.
Warsaw’s right-wing Law and Justice party rose to power as its officials manipulated the news media, threatened judicial independence, refused to accept refugees and stoked ethnic nationalism.
Critics say the same about Trump, who landed in Warsaw on Wednesday just days after tweeting a photo-shopped image of himself body-slamming a CNN logo and less than two weeks after the Supreme Court allowed a modified version of his controversial travel ban to take effect.
That overlapping political vision is a source of concern for European Union officials who consider both Trump and Poland’s nationalist ruling party a threat to the EU.
“Donald Trump will presumably praise Poland’s unique take on liberal democracy” during his speech in Warsaw tomorrow, said Tomáš Valášek, Europe director at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and a former Slovak government official.
“In doing so, he will complicate efforts by the rest of the EU to push back against Warsaw’s attempts to stifle the judiciary and restrict the freedom of speech,” Valášek said.
As of last week, Polish officials weren’t expecting to hear a critique from Trump like the one President Barack Obama offered during last year’s NATO summit in Warsaw, at which Obama expressed “concerns” over Poland’s democratic institutions.
Warsaw would not welcome “a public statement of a big foreign power about our internal affairs,” said Poland’s envoy to the U.S., Piotr Wilczek, in a briefing at the Polish Embassy in Washington.
It’s still possible Trump’s visit here won’t be the lovefest the Polish government is betting on: Trump may praise the former Polish President Lech Wałęsa, a harsh critic of the Law and Justice party’s governing style, who may be seated in the audience Thursday.
But few observers expect a full-fledged rebuke.
“The Trump circle and Poland see each other as mutual vindication,” said a former senior State Department official who worked on European issues. “The nationalist element of the government saw Trump’s election as a validation of their approach. That’s why the Poles are so eager to have him come.”