Monday, May 1, 2017

Freedom From Diversity, Part I

Krakow, Poland

This is the first of two articles about life in a white country: Poland. The author is a Polish-American who is very familiar with his homeland.

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Notes From a White Country, Part I



If diversity is a strength, I live in one of the weakest places on earth.

I have called Poland my home for almost two decades. In that time, I have come to learn what it’s like to live among people who enjoy the bonds of a common culture and a shared ethnic heritage. Poles have a distinct collective identity and it is expressed in every aspect of what is effectively an ethno-state. In percentage terms, Poland is as Polish as Japan is Japanese.

Being Polish isn’t an abstraction the way being American or Canadian or Australian has become. It means something.

Poland is a monoracial, monocultural society, without a single statistically significant ethnic or religious minority. If there was a silver lining to the awful cloud of Communism, it was that the Iron Curtain shielded this part of Europe from the waves of immigration that hit Western Europe. The lag in general economic prosperity that resulted from nearly 50 years of central planning means that Poland is still not a prime immigrant destination even 30 years after Soviet troops pulled out. Migrants and “refugees,” whether legitimately looking for jobs or shopping for generous welfare policies, go to Germany, Britain, or Scandinavia. It literally doesn’t pay to stop in Poland after coming all the way from North Africa, the Middle East or elsewhere.

The biggest non-white ethnic group in Poland are the Vietnamese—mostly a legacy of past ties and student exchanges during the Communist era—who number around 40,000. In a country of 40 million, that makes Poland’s biggest non-European minority one tenth of one percent of the population. Ukrainians are the biggest foreign ethnic group in Poland and they are as culturally and linguistically close to Poles as anyone can be. This “minority,” such as it is, blends in perfectly, with only their accents giving them away, like Austrians in Germany or Irish in England. Every non-white face in all of Poland combined might add up to one-half of one percent of the population. This is a white country.

As believers in the Eastern Orthodox Church, Ukrainians also constitute the largest religious minority in Poland. Even combined with their co-religionists from Belarus living here, they are still around only one percent of the population. Krakow, where I live, has almost a million people, and it’s the Baptists who have the “exotic” church in town. There isn’t a single mosque here. This is a Catholic country.

You get the idea. Poland is not a “melting pot,” and even in Krakow, with its many large foreign companies and international students, the only “multi-” anything is the multicinema.

When I go back to America from time to time, I have to go through the surreal experience of having some Indian or Filipino direct me through a maze of roped lines so Officer Gonzalez or Officer Chung can check my right to enter the country where I was born. When I come back to Poland, I often catch incoming tourists staring in disbelief at the attractive white women who stamp passports and lead drug-sniffing dogs through the baggage pick-up area.

Speaking of attractive white women, when was the last time you saw one working behind the counter at McDonald’s or as a hotel maid? How about an all-white crew riding a garbage truck or working on road construction? Or an all-white staff at the local government department of whatever? I see these things all the time because—somehow, and in defiance of accepted wisdom among Western elites—a white country can function perfectly well without importing people from every corner of the planet.

How Poland manages to keep the lights on and prevent the economy from collapsing without immigrants is a mystery that few Western liberals are interested in investigating. Their lack of curiosity also applies to unlocking Poland’s secret to cultural and educational achievement without significant black and brown contributions.



Polish Border Guard Ceremony For New Agents

From The American Renaissance (March 25, 2017)

3 comments:

  1. "Speaking of attractive white women, when was the last time you saw one working behind the counter at McDonald’s "


    Rapid City, South Dakota. I indeed was surprised to see an all-white staff, young men and women.

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    1. From an previous article on this blog, titled "The Fall Of Mickey D".

      In 2014, Denton James Ward and Lauren Bailey Crisp died after an attack by a black mob at a McDonald’s in College Station near Texas A&M.

      These deaths did not receive a large amount of MSM coverage because of the obvious PC inhibitions surrounding black on white crime. The McDonald’s was known as a trouble spot, with hundreds of black males milling about, and getting into fights. David Paulin of The American Thinker reported.

      A police officer arriving at the scene, five minutes later, grabbed his AR-15 assault rifle when he stepped out of his patrol car, fearing he was amid a full-blown riot. It was, he recalled, like “scenes that we have seen multiple times at that McDonald’s.” [Beaten to death at McDonald’s, August 21, 2014]

      Ward and Crisp were pronounced dead at the scene after an accident when a friend ran a red light trying to get Ward to a hospital. In the resulting lawsuit, lawyers for Ward’s family argued he died as a result of the beating. McDonald’s was ordered to pay $27 million to the two families [McDonald’s ordered to pay $27 million of Flower Mountain teen, friend following beating and fatal car wreck, by Karen Robinson-Jacobs, The Dallas Morning News, July 30, 2014].

      These incidents cut to the core of McDonald’s corporate culture. Once seen as the all-American corporation, “McDonald’s” is now shorthand for a globalist mass culture that provides cheap, unhealthy food to lower-class people. McDonald’s is, quite literally, prolefeed. Part of this image was a deliberate choice by the corporation.

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  2. Poland in particular in the aftermath of WW2 was intended to be a mono-cultural society devoid of the problems as was present in the Russian or Austro-Hungarian Empire. Mixing of persons all the same spot rarely if ever works.

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