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Funny how the tables have turned. Poles once the butt of Polack jokes, now show more sanity than the rest of EU

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Submitted by kman (United States), Jul 1, 2018 at 23:30

As "No go Zones' proliferate and pepper the EU continent and Sharia Law becomes more entrenched, Poland is becoming an island of waning sanity. How long against the prevailing tide? The picture above circa 2015 says more than 10,000 words ever could. And, these are not the only pictures.
And, the United States isn't far behind as the media and educational systems enjoin the insanity.

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