By Marzio Gozzoli
The big and overwhelming nationalist manifestation of Friday, November 11 in Warsaw marks an important milestone in the struggle for the liberation of Europe. The impressive number of participants, which grows year after year, is a source of encouragement and enthusiasm for all European revolutionary militants, but next to this figure, which is undoubtedly the most striking, there are several lessons that we must learn and remember in the future for Italy.
1) ORGANIZATION AND DISCIPLINE. Manage more than 150,000 people for hours along a path on which there is no lack of provocation is sometimes not easy. The solution is to raise the quality of the discipline, that you only get with experience in the field: every street action must become a lesson to be studied and a workout for the next occasion.
2) NATIONALISM AND CHRISTIANITY. In a previous edition of the event, while tens of thousands of nationalists listened to the speakers on stage, some thousands of young militants were involved in clashes with the police (in which perhaps survived pieces inherited from the old communist regime). An Italian present noted the calm of a Polish comrade in spite of the agents provocations and violent disorder, receiving in response a quiet “I grew up in Gdansk under communism. Every Sunday at the exit of the Mass was so: There were skirmishes with the police “. Against the facts are not worth the theoretical arguments: the Poles militants (and not only them) in recent years they have shown how Christianity and nationalism are not only compatible, but can coalesce into a revolutionary movement capable of determining historical events. The march of the past years has often seen protesters clash with police, until the government was forced not only to tolerate, but to transpose the Christian and patriotic message: Poland today is about to “enthrone” Christ as King of the Nation and refuse to open their borders to immigrants.
3) MILITANT CHRISTIANITY AGAINST IMMIGRATION. But the exemplary militancy of the Polish comrades not only denies certain neo-pagans and gangrene anti Catholicism it also exposes laziness, cowardice, fear of being branded as “racist”, physical and mental laziness of certain “Catholic” Italians who live their faith as a purely personal or ideal, with no political orientation that is not complaint analysis or an end in itself. The Polish Catholics do not fear the media excommunications nor the disapproval of some of the current Vatican hierarch. They do not wait to be invaded by self-pity, but anticipate the events immediately to stop the anti-European invasion, before they are present at their borders. “Muhammad is not welcome” was one of the events messages.
4) Nationalism and pan-Europeanism. Organizers and participants stressed that this event, often described as ultranationalist, was as “Polish” as “European.” Forza Nuova and student protests have participated for years along with other European comrades to this nationalist event, but this year also highlighted officially its European identity. You old irredentist tensions are outdated and small-nationalist to arrive at the realization that Europe as Faith, Blood, Earth, civilization is ONE. All together we will win or perish.
5) ANTICOMMUNISM. Even from the strictly ideological point of view, the Polish comrades, started from a long history of anti-communism, and have consistently landed to anti Liberalism. In this are lessons for those who, even in Italy, would like to reduce everything to aversion to communism, forgetting that this is only one element of subversive globalist and now even the most important. Overall, all the results obtained in the years of militancy by the Polish comrades – the numerical growth, qualitative and organizational, the consequent projection of influence in society and institutions, the happy synthesis between the spiritual and national, European solidarity, cultural maturation and ideological and, finally, the deep camaraderie lived with his brothers of other nations – are all fruits of an ancient civilization never forgotten and founded on Christianity, natural Order, the fight will. The lukewarm, the fearful, the eternal fence-sitters, the secularists polemical, unfortunately still present in some areas of the “Italian right”, would do well to better study the “Polish lesson”.
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