Polish migrants, inspired by Marxist Jewish journalist, decide that “England’s most important WWII hero”, is a Pole
by the European Knights Project’s, Carl Mason.
Many of you have heard of Jacek Hugo Bader. The Marxist Jewish journalist who applied black-face to his putridly ugly mug so that he could set up a Black Lives matter campaign in Poland-where there are few black people
Well, one of his comrades based in our land was instrumental in seeing that a Polish immigrant, also living in Britain, was voted as Britain’s most important WW2 hero.
Yes, a polish immigrant, promoted by a Jewish Marxist linked to a fella that put on black face to create a Black Lives Matter movement in a nation with no blacks, has been voted our, YES BRITAIN’S, greatest WWII hero.
I kid you not.
Instead of allowing our heroes to remain British, the migrants led by the same lot that orchestrated the Bolshevik revolution, have now taken total control of our country, our culture, and are dictating our democracy – online and electorally.
Anyone who thinks people with foreign allegiance will ever vote with their conscience or remotely meritocratically need only reference the idiotic Eurovision song contest to know people vote for their own and then their neighbours, regardless of where they live.
“But, Carl, it must have been Sadiq Khan or Diane Abbot behind it”, I can here the Tommytards shouting to me from behind their computers.
It wasn’t a Muslim, as Tommy or Raheem will tell ya, or some Rastafarian as the NF will lead you to believe. It was the people behind Bolshevism who were responsible for the madness.
Yep, the same people behind the fall of South Africa, the wars we find ourselves in across the globe and at the fore of the push to see LGBT values taught to kids across the West. That lot.
I genuinely have no issue with acknowledging that many of the valiant men who fought ALONGSIDE us during WW2 were foreigners.
We had Indians, Poles like the Polish hero who was anointed Britain’s most important hero (make NO mistake Franciszek Kornicki, the last surviving Polish World War Two squadron commander is a HERO of the grandest proportion); Black Africans, Aussies and Canucks – all kinds of people from different countries and backgrounds.
Heck the Nazis had tens of thousands of Jews serving in their ranks (and ti is documented). They even had Indians fighting alongside them!
Though I’ve yet to find a Jewish refugee who sacrificed a finger nail to help us liberate his people from the naughty Germans.
But, for people who moved here to OUR country to try and rewrite our nation’s proud history, it is just a step too far.
For foreign owned radio stations based in Poland to be broadcasting propaganda to people living here is bloody nauseating.
In fact, Polish weekly news magazine, Newsweek Polska and national newspaper, Gazeta Wyborcza, both supported the campaign to have Kornicki voted number one in the poll which was set up to celebrate 100 years of the RAF in 2018.
So….why am I so annoyed?
All i care about is the truth and simply can not tolerate people rewriting my nation’s history – neither the good and bad aspects of it.
And I simply can not tolerate foreigners coming to my country and telling me what to do ro telling me they rescued us, when the most certainly did not!
If you know Brits, no one needs to save us. We can do that on our own. Besides, we faced no threat to speak of until our banksters got to Churchill and the media poisoned the narrative against Neville Chamberlain.
It’s bad enough to have to hear how the Yanks rescued us from ze Germans, in spite of only getting involved because of their banksters’ (vast majority of them were Jewish as well, I’m sorry to have to tell you) lobbying, but the Poles?
The same warrior Poles that allowed the Germans to walk in and take their country in 72 hours. No offense to my Polish friends, but that’s also true.
Yeah, the Poles were such bright sparks that they couldn’t even fend off a few thousand Germans in their own land, but now they have the nerve to say they saved my country, stocked with some of the greatest warriors the world has ever seen?
300,000 UK Poles, who arrived here because of our membership in the EU, voted online to name a Polish pilot Britain’s most famous WW2 personality.
Here’s how I found out about the bloody poll.
My mate was a labourer on a building site in town. He was laid off. The next day a Pole took his place. I got talking to Alex who told me, “He was on less money than my friend-that’s how he got the job.” He then proceeded to ask me if I could help him get a British passport for him and his Polish girlfriend. I replied rather sarcastically that if he could start acting and thinking like a Brit, I would consider it! He looked most astonished at my words and asked what I meant? To which I replied, “you need a lesson in history, mate. Do you have any idea at all how we Brits and Americans and other members of the British Commonwealth saved your skins in WW2 from the Germans? Our soldiers risked their lives to liberate you, and if anyone is talking about heroes I could name you a whole lot of names and they would all be British, American or from the Commonwealth. If you want to become a British citizen, you need to be thankful for being in this country and recognising what we have done in the past for your country. We are a proud nation and revere our heroes for their spirit and bravery
But this is how they all think.
Last year the RAF Museum decided to launch a public vote on who the greatest Spitfire Mark V pilot in history was.
Although I presume the RAF Museum expected that the victor would have been a Brit, they didn’t expect the expected target of the ‘People’s Spitfire Poll’, hosted on the Telegraph website, was the British public, whom the RAF have protected for 99 years.
But after being hijacked by a massive groundswell of public support from the newcomer Polish community –who care as much for us as we do for them- (difference is they are living in OUR country) Franciszek Kornicki, the last surviving Polish World War Two squadron commander, won the vote in a landslide.
Polish weekly news magazine, Newsweek Polska and national newspaper, Gazeta Wyborcza both supported the campaign to have Kornicki voted number one in the poll, which was set up to celebrate 100 years of the RAF in 2018.
But the Eastern European campaign nauseatingly was waged mostly here in the UK, with the Polish Embassy and ‘Polish Radio London’ urging the UK’s million strong Polish population to back Kornicki who turned 100 last year.
To think they can come to my country and act in this manner demonstrates the danger of allowing foreign nationals into the country. Wherther it’s right wing Islamist conservatives or Polish nationalists-both groups empowered by Britain’s left-we are in fact importing people who are fiercely nationalistic, and hostile to our country.
Speaking yesterday from his care home IN BRITAIN Kornicki admitted he was “surprised and a little bewildered” at the overwhelming support, but was quick to point out that he was “just one of a great many” who helped win the war.
Thankfully, the man, born in a bygone era, has exponentially more class than modern day Poles living here and in Poland.
After the war, Kornicki joined the RAF and served as an officer for over 20 years CREDIT: RAF MUSEUM
Make no mistake, Kornicki was a great man and deserves our utmost respect.
That’s not what’s at issue here. It is about a foreign people now altering our history to suit their own ends, it is not about the truth and actual history.
Speaking yesterday Kornicki, a grandfather of five and great-grandfather of seven, recalled close comradery between the British and Polish pilots while in command at RAF Northolt, not least plying each other with beer during evenings off duty.
Kornicki remembers his old Spitfire fondly and always flew with a crucifix wired into the cockpit. Yesterday, he paid tribute to the men who kept it airborne.
“My aircraft was cared for by a fitter and rigger – great chaps – and my only regret is that I cannot recall their names because they deserve equal recognition for everything this wonderful aircraft achieved,” he said.
As does the plane only we Brits could have built. The Poles at the time had barely mastered the bloody steam engine.
The Spitfire Mk V CREDIT: RAF MUSEUM
After the war, with Poland under Communist-control, Kornicki decided to remain in exile and joined the RAF; serving as an officer for more than 20 years. Since retiring he has been an active member of the Polish community in Britain.
In 1948 he married Patience Williams, 94, and the couple have two sons: Peter, 67, a professor of Japanese at Cambridge University and Richard, 64, a former civil servant and chairman of the Polish Air Force Memorial Committee who was awarded a CBE in 2000 for services to the Home Office.
To celebrate his 100th birthday last December the family gave a surprise lunch at a hotel close to his home in Sussex.
While Richard Kornicki described the family as “delighted” by the poll, he insisted his father would want “equal attention paid to everybody who took part in that struggle”.
Kornicki celebrating his 100th birthday
Sadly, class, tact and decency have been lost on many of the million Poles that currently live in Britain.
Here’s a bit of the gloating
The results are in!
Franciszek Kornicki, the Polish pilot who took command of 308 Squadron during the Second World War has been named the winner of an RAF Museum poll to decide ‘The People’s Spitfire Pilot’. has done it!! He is the greatest RAF fighter pilot!
The poll, which was hosted by The Telegraph, was set up to celebrate 100 years of the Royal Air Force in 2018. A life-sized display of Kornicki and his story will now adorn the RAF Museum’s centenary exhibition, standing alongside the iconic Spitfire VB BL614.
“We hoped and we believed that this was such a strong idea that people would support it,” said Peter Devitt, curator at The RAF Museum on the poll results, “but we are absolutely astonished by how successful it’s been. Not just for the Polish pilot Franciszek Kornicki, but for all of the pilots who will feature in the centenary exhibition next year.”
Kornicki had been the runaway victor of the poll after a social media campaign in his home nation of Poland and among the Polish community here in the UK saw him pick up 325,000 votes – nearly 320,000 more than second placed Sir Douglas Bader, who picked up 6,300 votes.
South African Jackie Moggridge, one of the first female pilots, who delivered more aircraft than any one else for the Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA) came in third with 2,600 votes. Belgian ace Baron Jean de Sélys-Longchamps closely followed with 2,200 votes, with Canadian maverick pilot George Beurling coming in fifth place with 1,900.
The museum had selected a diverse shortlist that represented people from all walks of life, whether they had been British or simply fought alongside us an ally, like Kornicki.
Devitt stressed that all of the pilots on the poll would be given pride of place in the centenary exhibition. “They will all be commemorated and celebrated because this is something that has made a lot of people very happy.”
He congratulated Kornicki on his success and remarked how fitting it was that the pilot had celebrated his 100th birthday just a year before the RAF Museum celebrates theirs. “Mr. Kornicki is 100 years old and he has seen so many changes. He was alive when the Royal Air Force was formed, he was alive when British biplanes patrolled a huge empire that covered a quarter of the globe. He fought in the Second World War and he was still in the air force when it was operating the first jet planes right up to the present day with the highly sophisticated aircraft we now have.
“He had his centenary this year, and the Royal Air Force will have theirs next year.”
chwała do Polski chwała naszej ojczyźnie! That's loosely translated as "Glory to Poland. Glory to our motherland." So much fro people respecting Britain.