US “stalwart ally” fights back! Could the government be toppled?

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As we reported here (linked below) on Jan 10th, the europhile, globalist apparatchik and new Polish prime minister Donald Tusk attempted to implement the bully-boy approach so beloved of fascists when he arrested two conservative journalists who were sheltering with the president of Poland.

Tusk was recently the President of the European Council*, an entity smitten with the same blight as the World Economic Forum and the United Nation, the WHO and all the other global busybodies hell-bent on making our lives in the West utterly miserable. He does not like dissent. Hence the arrests of the journalists.

According to the US Department of State, Poland remains a “stalwart ally” and “one of strongest Continental partners in fostering security and prosperity, throughout Europe and the world.”

The Poles remember what happened last time they were controlled by tyrants. The collapse of the Soviet Union and its terrible influence over satellite states is very much fresh in their memories. This will not stand.

Look at this revolt.

*BACKGROUND: The EU is run by five main institutions: the European Council, the Council of the European Union, the European Parliament, the European Commission and the Court of Justice.The European Council is the EU institution that defines the general political direction and priorities of the European Union. The members of the European Council are the heads of state or government of the 27 EU member states, the European Council President and the President of the European Commission.

This charade replaced the previous rotating presidency of the European Council which at least gave nations a chance to bring their own grievances to light. The court has no weight, but as Herman Van Rompuy, the first full-time President of the European Council, described his role:

The European Council is generally considered to be the highest political authority in the Union but the job description and formal competences of its President are rather vague, even meagre. A lot therefore depends on what you do with it or make of it! I can put it differently: everything what was not foreseen formally, had to be created informally.

Basically they do what they like.