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This installment will be appended to Poland 2.0. Congratulations, President Duda! Keep the Faith, keep the freedom!

UPDATE (7/13/20): Okay, I Think It’s Poland

We interrupt this continuing exploration of the rest of civilization to bring you more astounding news and facts about Polska. This is subpart four-A, or Poland 3.0, or … Even More Poland!

One, who knows the lying Western media, can generally tell when they’re lying by the way they couch news of events. Anything they say is bad tends to be good and vice versa. So it was with the quick snippet of nonsense I caught on CNBC announcing the re-election of Polish President Andrzej Duda. Congratulations, Mr. President! Keep given’ em hell!

Here’s how Pawel Knut reported the victory at CNBC’s sister outlet, NBC “News:” Poland exit polls mean victory for homophobic Andrzej Duda — and misery for LGBTQ people. I always refer to NBC “News” with the “News” in quotation marks for a reason. These are the people who brought you George Zimmerman’s 911 call, with a few minor edits. They also had a correspondent who made a fuss out of his harrowing illness with the CoronaHoax – except that he never had it. Now, they slander a very good man because he dares to defend and promote his people. They are especially pissed-off that, for all the homopedo propaganda, the Polish People, praise them, kept the Faith. There’s no need to quote anything from the virulently anti-Polish, anti-Christian, anti-White, anti-traditional tirade of a sad man who makes his living debasing human existence. However, as is frequently the case, his lies have some basis in truth. 

He is correct about communism and the mighty Catholic Church keeping Poland united and traditional. He uses the word “homogenic” as a slur. Visit Poland, and you’ll see it is a Blessing, and that it is endorsed by one of the few uncucked branches of the Church. And, for all its failings, this does demonstrate again that communism is preferable to globalism, in that the aim of the communists is to control a nation, not destroy it. 

He is also correct, though his anger is misplaced, that Duda and the Polish People rightly equate LGBTP with pedophilia. That’s what the “P” stands for! And, yes, they did infiltrate the P’s nascent camp, finding exactly what one would find in a den of satanic debauchery. It’s not a smear campaign, it’s the horrible truth.

Poland is, always has been, and will continue to be a place for sane, peaceful, traditional, and Faithful Europeans of the highest order. It’s a place where ordinary family men, burly football fans, and nothing-like-those-in-Minneapolis police unite to protect women, children, and civic order from insane criminals. That’s why I can safely say that, as the NAWA program suggests, Poland would be my first choice. It’s a place for us. If anyone finds it miserable, then they should leave and never return.

Learn more about this wonderful way of life by reading Jack Krak’s (I’m betting that’s a pseudonym) five-part series on Poland and life in happy Krakow at AmRen. Start with Part One

In Part Three, Jack gets into the Polish school system. Those who know me, know that I still suffer from the education bug despite Dr. Ironsides’s success in closing down Amerika’s public skoole cisdem, at least for a few months (yes, we’re claiming victory!). If you’re young and you move to Polska, then you should contemplate marriage and a family as soon as possible. That means kids and kids mean learning. I still favor a home approach, including unschooling – all of which is legal, accepted, and practiced in Poland. Just know that, if you send the tykes to the local schoolhouse, they’ll get a real education there. 

Earlier, I noted that the Poles practice a variant of the classical model. Jack goes into some detail about the curriculum. Suffice to say, it differs radically from that in the States. The short summary is that Polish schools work, while Amerikan skooles do not. (Polish kids can tell time on a clock, for instance).

Poland only spends about 40% of the US average expenditure per pupil. Yet, somehow – and this is so strange given what we’re constantly lectured to about “need mo’ money!” – Poland outranks and outclasses the Empire in every measurable category. Poland pecks around the top ten in reading, math, and science, which features very stiff competitive ground because all of the top performers are, what’s the word? They’re all homogenic societies as Herr Nut would call them. (Some of the other high competitors are also covered in this series!) The US hits in the twenties and the forties. Yeah… 

Poland does not have school buses, and yet, somehow the kids all make it to school every day. While there, no one gives them a free lunch. Somehow they avoid starvation. The sweet children do not suffer from stormtrooper resource officers, dogs, metal detectors, etc, because their schools don’t use them or need to. In Polish schools, when not studying multiple foreign languages, simultaneously, the kids speak Polish. They don’t waste money on big team sports and other non-educational activities, viewing such as the province of the individual’s free time and proclivities. By the way, while Amerika is the most obese of the larger countries, Poland ranks a slim 69th, so obviously they’re approach works.

There is no “diversity” amongst the studentry, and thus, there is no associated distraction, slowing, coddling, or crime. Few problems, and many benefits. Jack reports that a recent education scandal revolved around an ill-fated plot to introduce soft drinks and candy into the schools. Less sugar = better health = more learning. I’ll take scandals like that.

I think I hinted, earlier, that the Polish system was somewhat like the French. It is. The students, upon reaching a certain advanced age, take something akin to le Bac, through the results of which they sorted by interests and abilities. They leave the one-size-fits-none approach to the diverse, money-obsessed, and failure-prone countries like Amerika. 

Read all five of his installments. Poland isn’t perfect, being the abode of humans, but its imperfections are manageable, microscopic by comparison, and appear to blend with the overall charm of the place.

I’ve been asked about residency applications, and I think I’ve covered that, at least as to starting the process. Now, some of you want to jump the pistolet and know about obtaining citizenship. That’s great. Find updated information about the requirements and routes, HERE. You can also utilize services like this one to ease the process along. The main barrier is compatibility, which I assume will not be a terminal problem for anyone who has made it this deep into the series. The second issue is paperwork, which I sincerely hope you like. Remember to get it certified and officially translated! As a reminder, consider hiring an attorney like Mr. Sawicki. 

You likely were not born there and I don’t think any of you will be admitted by way of minor adoption (of you), so let’s look at the feasible routes.

Polish Descent: If you have Polish blood, you’re in! Provided, of course, you submit the reams of necessary papers.

Marriage: Marry a lovely Pole and it will help with the process of,

Naturalization: Speak convincing Polish, don’t be a criminal, keep a job, own or rent a house, kill many trees en route to certification. Time requirements apply. I expect that being a student or an English instructor would greatly assist with this process.

There’s also the miraculous provision of Article 18, which I will leave alone for now – I’ll keep my private plans private, thank you.

Another cool and patriotic development of late is the reconstitution of the Polish Territorial Defence Force. This is the Polish National Guard, reserve force, or militia. In a year or so, they aim to host, in addition to their regular armed forces, a 54,000-man “home guard.” Such is part-time and voluntary, armed and organized, and will allegedly provide backup or auxiliary support to the army or police if needed. I think I know why they’re arming up: Soros, you and your trash just ain’t coming in! If you go, consider volunteering. It may be possible to do so as a resident and not yet a citizen. What better what to ingratiate yourself with your new compatriots – which I mentioned elsewhere is critical – than to stand with them in defense of everything they (and you) hold dear?

Again, I started with the first three recommended nations for a reason, with Poland the very first and foremost. These sections were originally published piecemeal. If you’re reading straight through, then, yes, I do believe I am trying to sell Poland. Maybe buy it while you can. Postcard, etc.


*Now, I return to the final, scheduled parts of the series. Up next: The Microstates!