60,00zero Join Far-Right March on Poland’s Independence Day

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WARSAW, Poland — Tens of 1000’s of fascists and white supremacists marched in an illustration in Warsaw Saturday, as Poles celebrated their nation’s Independence Day.

Protesters marched underneath far-right banners, with one studying “White Europe of brotherly nations.” Many carried the nationwide white-and-red flag as others set off flares and firecrackers, filling the air with crimson smoke.

Police estimated that 60,00zero folks took half. Many had been younger males, some with their faces lined or with beer bottles in hand, however households and older Poles additionally participated. Some carried banners depicting a falanga, a far-right image relationship to the 1930s.

The organizers of the general public show of xenophobic and far-right views embody the National-Radical Camp, the National Movement and the All Polish Youth, radical organizations that hint their roots to anti-Semitic teams lively earlier than World War II.




Image: Demonstrators in Warsaw, Poland

Demonstrators burn flares and wave Polish flags through the annual march to commemorate Poland’s National Independence Day in Warsaw on Saturday.
Poland’s National Independence Day commemorates the anniversary of the Restoration of a Polish State in 1918.