The Polish government has deployed 12,000 troops to protect their border as huge numbers of migrants attempt to cross from Belarus.
Video footage showed thousands of people near a barbed-wire border fence, which some tried to force their way through.
Poland, Lithuania and Latvia say there’s been a surge in the number of people trying to enter their countries illegally from Belarus in recent months. Many of them have come from the Middle East and Asia.
Poland has responded to the large number of people arriving there by building a razor-wire fence.
The Polish Border Guard also said it was closing its border crossing with Belarus at Kuznica from Tuesday morning (9th November).
Meanwhile, the Lithuanian government have moved troops to its border with Belarus to prepare for a possible influx of migrants and was considering declaring a state of emergency.
The latest pictures from the Polish border are unprecedented, recalling scenes from the Greek-Macedonian border at the height of the 2015-16 migrant crisis.
Poland’s deputy foreign minister, Piotr Wawrzyk, accused Belarus of trying to orchestrate a major incident near Kuznica Bialostocka, a village close to the border, and warned of “an attempt at a mass border crossing”.
In footage shared on social media, crowds of migrants can be seen attempting to breach a razor-wire fence at the border but being prevented from passing through by Polish border guards. The migrants can be heard chanting, “German, German”. We assume Germany is their eventual destination.
Belarusian border officials insisted the migrants were simply exercising their rights to apply for refugee status in the EU.
One migrant can be seen attempting to smash his way through the razor-wire fence with a large shovel. Others are trying to cut their way through with tools, and some are chopping down trees that are falling onto the fence and flattening parts of it.
At Patriots’ Voice, we applaud the Polish government and authorities for standing strong and protecting their country from the mass invasion of migrants.
While Poland is using thousands of troops to protect its border, the UK government welcomes the invasion here on the south coast with open arms and puts the newcomers up in 4-star hotels at our expense!
Considering the fact that Britain is a small island surrounded by miles and miles of sea, if we actually had a government that was serious about stopping this invasion, our borders would be much easier to secure. As we know all too well, migrants entering the UK usually become settled immigrants before long.
We will be posting another article soon explaining the only practical way to deal with the constant flow of immigrants into the UK and how it should be stopped.