Sunday, December 3, 2017

Poem Posted in Warsaw During a National March Nov 11, 2017


Under the top photo:

A mother with a child after an acid attack… this picture says more about Islam than a thousand words

The text on the sheet below is called “When the refugees came…”:

When the refugees came, I didn’t protest — they were poor refugees.

When they established mosques, I didn’t protest — they have the right to pray.

When they introduced Halal food in schools I didn’t protest — they can only eat what the Koran allows them to.

When they carried out attacks I didn’t protest — it’s only a small group of radicals, which doesn’t represent true Islam.

When they raped women I didn’t protest — rapes occur in every culture and religion, and they have nothing to do with Islam.

When they demanded Sharia zones I didn’t protest — they need their own space, and we live in a free country.

When their MPs took their seats in parliament I didn’t protest — they’re almost half the population now and have a right to be represented.

When they introduced Sharia law, it was too late for me to protest.

There is still time… think!!!

A Pole is wise, before suffering. [Word-play on a Polish saying: “A Pole is wise, after suffering”]


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