EU Political Elites Worried President Trump May Form Alliance With Poland…

President Trump is scheduled to visit Poland on July 6th prior to the upcoming G20 Summit in Germany.   According to a new Reuters report several top-level EU politicians are concerned Polish leadership and President Trump might just get along swimmingly.

2016: “I pledge to you a Trump Administration will be a true friend to Poland and to all Polish Americans.”  ~ Donald Trump

Poland is one of the few EU countries that actually spends the agreed upon amount of 2% GDP for NATO defense.  One of the concerns amid the non-compliant EU nations, is that the visit will present another opportunity for vulgarian President Trump to embarrass the superior EU intellectuals over their ongoing lack of financial support; while simultaneously engaging in fellowship with like-minded vulgarian poles.

(Reuters) […] Brussels diplomats view the July 6 gathering, dubbed the Three Seas summit because the countries involved border the Baltic, Black and Adriatic seas, as a Polish bid to carve out influence outside the European Union with which the nationalist government has repeatedly clashed.

[…]  Most diplomats in Brussels dismiss the importance of the Three Seas project, co-hosted by Croatia, but are wary over Trump’s high-profile visit to participate in a project one senior EU official called Poland’s push towards “self-ghettoisation”.

“One cannot but feel a bit suspicious if it isn’t an attempt to break up European unity,” another EU diplomat said about the Three Seas project.

Within the Reuters report outlining the concerns from within Brussels, a few specific quotes provide a particular resonance of the inherent snobbery and elitism:

[…] “We encourage Mr Trump to get out and travel as much as he can. He needs to understand Europe and he can do that by getting out and speaking to people, to European leaders,” said one European official, who declined to be named.

“(But) he can’t do deals with individual countries over the head of the European Union,” he said. “In Hamburg, he will hear different arguments, we can clear up anything that has been misconstrued.” (more)

How typically condescending of the “unnamed” EU official?

How dare President Donald Trump talk to leaders of European countries without the expressed permission of the magnanimous Brussels proletariat?

Good heavens man, the unimaginable horror of it…

[…]  Underscoring Warsaw’s mistrust towards the EU, Prime Minister Beata Szydlo recently called an EU quotas policy for relocation of refugees from the Middle East “a madness of Brussels elites”, in a speech in parliament.

In turn, EU leaders delivered a snub to Poland’s government by steamrolling its objections and reappointing former Polish premier Donald Tusk to chair summits. Szydlo, acting on orders from party boss and long-time Tusk adversary Jaroslaw Kaczynski, had vowed to stop him securing a second 30-month term.

Warsaw portrayed the issue as one of fundamental principle, in which vital national interests had been ignored by a Brussels machine dominated by “German diktat”. Its crushing defeat showed how far the biggest of the ex-communist states that joined the EU after the Cold War appears isolated, even in Eastern Europe.

Deeply distrustful of Moscow, Poland hopes Trump, who once called NATO “obsolete”, will reconfirm his commitment to the alliance’s military build-up in eastern Europe, a deterrence policy against Russia, and possibly promise more.

The United States has about 900 troops on Polish soil as part of a rotating NATO contingent in eastern Europe.  (read more)

Poland is a proud and strong Christian nation filled with nationalists and patriots. And President Trump is rightly affording Poland global recognition for being on the leading edge of the right side of history!  WATCH:

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433 Responses to EU Political Elites Worried President Trump May Form Alliance With Poland…

  1. SSI01 says:

    When the Warsaw Pact was an active concern, Western military intelligence rated the combat efficiency of Communist troops within that entity.

    It was agreed upon the best troops the WP could field in war were its Germans (interestingly enough, those same analysts believed the West Germans were the best troops in NATO at the time). The Polish Army was rated a close second to the East German Army. They are still an imposing military force – well-trained, well-equipped, and tigers in battle. I read they were asked to leave the Western allies in Iraq because they were considered to be heavy handed in dealing with Islamic terrorists. American troops would take a few rounds of sniper fire from a built-up area, take cover, and call their State Dept and intel assets and ask what they should do, who in that area should they contact, should they wait for a pacification team, etc etc; the Poles would take a round or two of sniper fire and call in an artillery strike on the same area.

    BTW Polish Special Forces in the same conflict privately thought US Navy SEALS were lightweights. What does that tell you???

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    • mailmannz says:

      It tells us someone can tell a good story.

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    • LEET says:

      I think this is more telling of the progessive ideology that has infiltrated every branch of our military than an indictment of our soldiers. They have instituted inane rules of engagement for war and dealing with the enemy. It is truly a travesty how they have hog tied our soldiers. It only worsened exponentially under obama and his crew. This and the abysmal track record of training local Afghan and Iraqi “police” and giving them weapons and vehicles and uniforms and then they turn on our soldiers!

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      • Jedi9 says:

        Yep! YOU NAILED IT! I was in both theaters and the PC was astounding to say in the least!

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        • eagledriver50 says:

          Was there also…just like in Vietnam and the Bosnia Op…Couldn’t do anything UNLESS THEY WERE SHOOTING AT YOU…guess having a rifle in hand and walking your way doesn’t count as PROBABLE CAUSE!!!

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          • eagledriver50 says:

            Would like to add: “MORONS”!!! NO Politician NEVER learns that when you put people in HARMS WAY, You UNTIE their hands and make the other SOB die first…Just my thoughts but you get the jist!!!

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      • Grandma Covfefe says:

        Thankfully that is all changing under President Trump’s watch.
        We see, we learn, then do something about it (voted for DJT), then we move on ahead and solve the problems in the way it should have been solved in the first place.

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      • sturmudgeon says:

        Correct! We send military in to do a job, but tell them they must only do that job in a manner that robs them of a victory…. insanity, presented by residents of an ivory tower.

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      • NickD says:

        “Inane” RoEs or “insane” RoEs? Same diff, I guess

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      • Exactly, if they “let slip the (American) dogs of war” they’ll destroy any objective. I’m very concerned with the lingering O social experiments, but as it stands, our Troops are still very effective.

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    • georgiafl says:

      Tells us our Troops were strangled by Obama’s Rules of Engagement. Spit.

      H80 more every day.

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    • CorwinAmber says:

      nyuk, nyuk, if I am a Soviet during the Cold War, I would not want to have a Polish soldier (or a Hungarian for that matter) to “have my back”. In late 1995, I spent a lot of time traveling around Hungary with Hungarian generals as we prepped their country to receive Task Force Eagle on their way into Bosnia and then I worked with the NORDPOL Brigade later on in Bosnia itself…oh, the stories they would tell me about their time in the Warsaw Pact and their interaction with the Rooskies. Trust me, these were not “reliable” allies…especially if WWIII was instigated by the Commies. The memories of 1956 were still strong in Hungary and martial law on 13 Dec 1981 in Poland likewise was still fresh in the minds of their military.

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      • Well, the Rooskies were such horrible enemies of the Hungarians either. Many of my friends who escaped in 1956 also had great stories.
        1. College students climbed up on Soviet tanks and spoke Russian, which the Hungarians had been forced to learn in those day and Hungarians are multi-lingual anyway, to the soldiers. “Why are you attacking us? We are workers just like you!”
        2. When the revolt succeeded at first, the Russians retreated and apparently “forgot” to take the keys to the armories, thus helping their Hungarian foes.
        3. During the Soviet siege of citizens in Budapest, civilians were hiding in basements of apartments surrounding plazas. They drew straws to go out to the publicly exposed well to get water.
        4. During the final assault Soviet troops from the East – maybe Siberia – had no common language with the Hungarians. One time, a First Aid Ambulance drove up and everyone gave way to let them in. Then the back doors opened and a couple dozen solieirs jumped out and began shooting.
        IOW – no love lost among Hungarians for Russians or the USSR.

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    • Texian says:

      As far as your last statement, it tells me to stay far away from you for the next few months.. and don’t dare darken my doorstep..

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  2. doc00 says:

    The US forming a economic-political alliance with members of the old Warsaw Pact members (Poland, Czechoslovakia, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania as well as the Baltic States) makes gear sense. Given the EU is alienating them and has historically defended themselves using Eastern Europe as a buffer zone. There is allot to be gained and its also an economic level for use against both the EU and Russia.

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    • William Westchester says:

      A WP2.0 would give E Europe enough confidence to deter Russia but, having done so, could be the equal of Russia and able to work cooperatively with it. Above all the main enemy is to the south. W Europe is a dead weight, at best. A 21st century relationship between Russia an E Europe, turning its back on e 20th, could go back to what the relationship was in the 19th. Look up the Russo-Turkish War to see what I mean.

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    • I’d be very, very careful about Romania.

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  3. Mike diamond says:

    Right on President Trump ! We are for Poland if it makes the EU elites mad who cares! We back you 100 percent!

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  4. blessdog says:

    Poland MY PEOPLE!
    do it!! it’s the correct thing of course, and anything to “worry” those thug puppets is a bonus

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  5. Rickster says:

    Only one thing is certain………….Obama will not be vacationing in Poland anytime soon. 🙂

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  6. America First says:

    How long before the Pinocchioes in the MSM start investigating Trump’s ties to Poland and Hungary in order to drive a wedge between us and bring all NATO countries back into line that don’t give into open borders? They must not allow Poland and Hungary to have us as support for resisting the insanity of national suicide.

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  7. Paul says:

    I can see trump actually forming his own alliance. But he has to get rid of Ryan. Ryan is the head of the 2 headed snake .

    Liked by 8 people

    • louche9 says:

      Wisconsin’s 1st District has to get rid of Paul Ryan.

      Liked by 9 people

    • G. Combs says:

      You forget that there are now THREE types of treaties the USA can make.

      Under International Law the President of the United States can sign binding contracts with other Nations. These contracts are considered treaties under International Law and unless their unconstitutionality was manifestly obvious to the other nations at the time the treaty was contracted the United States is stuck with it even if it is later found Unconstitutional within the United States.

      […] U.S. law distinguishes what it calls treaties, which are derived from the Treaty Clause of the United States Constitution, from congressional-executive agreements and executive agreements. All three classes are considered treaties under international law; they are distinct only from the perspective of internal United States law…..”

      ……“So for instance, if the US Supreme Court found that a treaty violated the US constitution, it would no longer be binding on the US under US law; but it would still be binding on the US under international law, unless its unconstitutionality was manifestly obvious to the other states[nations] at the time the treaty was contracted.”…..
      http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p_mla_apa_research_citation/0/9/7/3/1/p97319_index.html?type=info (Link has been removed from the web.)

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      • Orygun says:

        I think that the SC needs to revisit their opinion on any international treaty that is in direct contradiction to the Constitution. U.S. citizens should not lose their rights under the Constitution because of a treaty with foreign countries.

        That is another common sense item.

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        • G. Combs says:

          Thanks to the Dulles Boys (Communist agents) it is thought a treaty overrides the Constitution. This was the bases for the Trans-Pacific Partnership and the World Trade Organization.

          DOES US LAW SUPERSEDE INTERNATIONAL LAW?
          …Congress and the President act as if signed international agreements override United States national law and the Constitution The following qualifies as one of the greatest lies push upon the American people. That lie is: “Treaties supersede the U.S. Constitution”. The Second follow-up lie is this one: “A treaty, once passed, cannot be set aside”.

          “This [Supreme] Court has regularly and uniformly recognized the supremacy of the Constitution over a treaty.” – Reid v. Covert, October 1956, 354 U.S. 1, at pg 17.
          Source …http://www.sweetliberty.org/issues/staterights/treaties.htm

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  8. Jim Peters says:

    Veey interesting indeed.

    It makes sense to reposition US deterrence in the nations facing Russia and to let France, Germany, Belgium, Italy and Spain sort out their own problems. It’s a waste of time and money to try and help them, but a very good investment assisting Poland, the Ukraine, Georgia and other Baltic nations facing Putin. I would also include Greece – yes an economic basketcase, but strategically extreme useful esp for the Mediterranean fleet.

    The main EU nations are in a demographic, cultural and economic death spiral. They are no longer useful allies and in some cases, they’re openly hostile to the US. They are also potential threats – with rising islamic populations, it’s likely we will start seeing far more European jihadists trying to access the US. It’s not in America’s interest to continue the relationship that’s existed since WW2, so I hope there’s something to Sundance’s analysis.

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    • Doug says:

      this is so true and also one of my critiques of the travel ban.. i dont think we can trust people coming from these countries we thought were allies.. maybe its not so bad now but if the current trend continues that will change.. we need extreme vetting of these people from everywhere at this point especially western europe

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      • dayallaxeded says:

        Good points. Didn’t underwear bomber fly in from London? The fact that pisslamic errorists originate from a GME country has less and less significance, as they more and more take over EU and UK. Lord, it makes me so sad to write those last few words!

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    • Mike says:

      I don’t see Putin as a threat, like I think you do. I see him more as a valuable potential ally. The Russian mind and the American deplorable mind seem more aligned than not to me. Maybe they always were, but with the “New Media” we have these day, it’s easier to see.

      Could be that I’ve interacted with enough Russians that I’ve developed an affection for the people and wish them no harm, so I have a bias running.

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      • louche9 says:

        It’s not a matter of wishing harm to people. Most people can separate a nation’s population from its leaders. Personally, I think Putin is extremely shrewd and I agree that he could be an effective ally, when the interests of Russia and America coincide; however, he is also ex KGB and is, by American standards, a tyrant. As in dealing with China, a little healthy wariness is not detrimental. President Trump has not revealed his hand regarding Russia yet. It could be a mutually beneficial relationship in the end.

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      • shallbe4 says:

        I agree with you Mike. Putin does not scare me — I like the fact that he believes that Russia should be a Sovereign Nation. That is something we have in common. The Lying Leftists and The Fake News in tis country scare me more.

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        • The Demon Slick says:

          The globalist are terrified of Trump and Putin working together against the Ikwan. Infiltrators in our own government are working to prevent it.

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    • SEJMON says:

      JIM PETERS..are you old fasion neocon/warmonger… do you really know what is going on in Ukraine ??? it is shame we have to deal with worst gov. since May/1945 !!!!

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    • Jim Peters – here’s an interesting little piece of history. The Russian Empire considered “the” Ukraine as a region of the Empire. At some point, the area achieved nationhood and has become known as Ukraine. No THE, please! I was rather severely corrected about this by a Ukrainian American a few years ago and haven’t forgotten.

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  9. Question Everything says:

    President Trump is rearranging the table right before our very eyes. At times it almost feels surreal and hard to digest it all because we have been so used to losing and knowing that nothing would ever change. I can’t believe that I’m getting to live through this as I watch history being made.
    MAGA!

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  10. Mike says:

    HAIL POLAND! Thanks for writing about this, Sundance. Let’s hope and pray that this happens:
    “Polish leadership and President Trump might just get along swimmingly.” Now, if my poor little Germany would only start moving in the right direction 😦 Judging from the comments from Deutchlanders on GAB, the “common people,” they are well aligned with Deplorables, but about 3X more militant.

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  11. Poupon Marx says:

    How many hours would it take to guillotine all but a handful of the EU Parliament and Central Committee?

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  12. Plain Jane says:

    That last video was truly inspiring. Thank you SD.

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  13. fred5678 says:

    Why President Trump’s security detail said OK to Poland, but not Sweden:

    Burning torches in anti-islamic invasion parade — OK

    Burning Volvos in now 61 muslim immigrant no-go zones — not OK

    http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/06/29/sweden-police-commissioner-begs-help-no-go-zones-rises/

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    • phoebehb says:

      Madness. How can a “feminist”-controlled gov’t. subject its women to this? Who/what is controlling THEM?

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      • Aparition42 says:

        These fools honestly believe that they’re the smart ones. They think they can control the monster they’ve created. They think they can replace 40% of their population with compliant and grateful former third-worlders who will see them as the beneficent leaders that graciously allowed the “poor, huddled masses” to come into their country to work as low-income vassals.

        They honestly don’t realize that they will be forced to their knees before the executioner right along with everyone else just as soon as the by-invitation invasion has amassed sufficient numbers.

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    • georgiafl says:

      Car burnings have ‘migrated’ to Norway now too.

      They better not try it here!!!!

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    • My grandson was a missionary in Norway and he said the stories coming from Sweden were dreadful. Norway wasn’t quite so bad.

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  14. BakoCarl says:

    Poland keeps up with it’s defense obligations and I haven’t heard of them ever with any expansionist tendencies.

    There’s an old Polish saying, “God grant me a good sword and no use for it.”, and if that their philosophy, sort of a version of “power through strength”, they will continue to be good neighbors, indeed.

    I’d love to see very, very strong ties between us and Poland . . . and Hungary, for that matter, too.

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  15. triper57 says:

    What! Poland part of the “Deplorables”. then again they were under the heel of the USSR for many years. Guess they are not so agreeable to come again under the Russian influence or the Islam Horde.

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  16. mcclainra says:

    I saw this video when it became available after this happened, and it still gives me goosebumps when I watch it. Praise God for the Poles, who are the kind of allies we really need. They have long memories, and will fight any tyrants. Viva Poland! Trump will be a real lion in Poland while the Left gnashes their teeth, cries, and wrings their hands yet again!

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  17. triper57 says:

    Find it interesting that the Eastern half of Europe is not going quietly into the night as the western half has done.

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    • Indimex says:

      The Eastern Europeans have seen this movie before. They fully understand and recognize tyranny when they see it. We have coddled and enabled the Euros to our own detriment and that of the world. They are like spoiled rotten children that have never had to face the realities of life. Much like our own university students, who would rather smoke pot and protest for free stuff than genuinely pursue freedom and justice. Shameful.

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      • Aparition42 says:

        Consider also how many young men fought and died for their freedom in WWII, and then considered what sort of people stayed home instead. Almost an entire generation of good fathers, role models, leaders, and statesmen cut down before their time leaving the countries they so bravely defended in the hands of those who found a way to stay out of the fight.

        God bless those poor souls who came home victorious only to find themselves politically outnumbered by the sort of people who would voluntarily surrender by vote all the things that Hitler failed to take by force.

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  18. merrly says:

    Very interesting article. I will tell you that Poland isn’t the only country they are afraid of Trump getting along with. The globalists biggest fear is that Trump will form a coalition against globalism and terrorism with Russia.
    THAT is the real reason behind all the fake Russia collusion malarkey. They are terrified. That is why the deep state keeps trying to put more sanctions on Russia. This is also why the propagandists are out in force trying to say Trump will enact a false flag for an excuse to bomb Syria, which THEY will most likely do and blame on Trump.
    They want to make Putin mad at Trump.
    They want war with Russia, because Russia is a dangerous country for them. Russia can stop them, in partnership with America. And also the two could be very beneficial for each other in trade. They can’t have that.
    To much money is involved.
    But they greatly underestimate Putin. Putin isn’t about to blow his one and only chance to end Russia’s isolation on the world stage.

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  19. ScarletTanager says:

    For me, it is so strange. I grew up during the Cold War fearing the Soviet Union. Fast forward to 2017, I now see Russia as a cautiously watched counter-balance to the U.S. While my fears about Putin have not abated per se, I am growing even more concerned about the European Union. It sounds like Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and the UK are becoming increasingly alarmed at the godless, and suicidal totalitarianism that is alarmingly evident in Brussels. National sovereignty and individual rights are being obliterated – first by words, then by dictates and laws, then by force. God bless and protect Eastern Europe and those in all nations who cherish freedom and the right to self-determinism. I am glad our President Trump is reaching out to Poland.

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    • Grandma Covfefe says:

      We also remembered feeling fear during the cold war, too, and going thru the many motions of defense drills at school. Scary times.

      These days in Europe, I see the pre-resurrection of 2nd Nazi Party, and it is very unsettling.

      Dictator Merkel, acting all “concerned”, is really a despicable bully. She has threatened and bullied Europe into submission. How dare she call the shots when:
      For NATO defense contribution: Germany 1.2%, USA 3.6%, Poland 2.01%
      For NATO budget: Germany 14.7%, USA 22.1%, Poland around 3% (this would show Poland is in EU only for Defense help)

      It is all about money for EU. Merkel is a bully, and President Trump knows that. WeThePeople know that. Going to Poland prior to G-20 is a clever chess move by Chessmaster Trump to rattle EU. EU’s chess moves trying to slap Poland into submission is slowly being checkmated by our President. Very happy about this move.

      The best news to remind ourselves is, we are seeing all this Europe drama unfold before us without depending MSM to report it. –Thank You,Sundance and the Treeper Detectives— We now know MSM is powerless to manipulate the truth. Still, MSM will try with the help of EU’s statements that Sundance posted in his article here. So Suspicious Cat is here again, ready to watch President Trump trip to Europe. And praying, too…

      May God Bless the Three Seas Countries for being bold to stand against the EU bullies.

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      • The Demon Slick says:

        Maybe he could side trip over to Hungary as well, they’re in the same situation as Poland, trying to resist the Muslim horde.

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      • ScarletTanager says:

        I see what you are seeing Grandma Covfefe. I think President Trump is basically telling the EU to shove it. We are the number one superpower and are standing by our allies in Europe (particularly Eastern Europe at the moment) come hell or high water. With this visit to Poland at this time, he is indicating that he is deadly serious. The EU would be very stupid to continue to threaten any of its member states.

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    • G. Combs says:

      At this point I will take Putin and Russia over the EU. I liked the way he the handled Greenpeace idiots boarding his oil rigs in the Arctic.

      Paul Craig Roberts has several speeches by Putin that are worth looking at. link

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    • shallbe4 says:

      Our school had us do Duck and Cover because we were supposed to fear the Russians. I would get under my desk but I never feared the Russians.

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      • BakoCarl says:

        Same here. Under the desk . . . but no feeling of even a little apprehension.

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        • I was a smaller kid in sixth grade, (we had 65 kids in my room in the cafeteria/lunchroom, desk bumped up against desk and about five rows, all in one class with a teacher and a student teacher, because we were the baby boomers, and new schools hadn’t been built yet) so we would go out in the hallway, I would dunk down against the wall, and a bigger kid would have to stand against the wall over me. All the time I was thinking, this kid is going to be killed and I will be all right. How is this fair? My Dad and our neighbor started building bomb shelters in our basements and I was pretty scared. I thought every airplane I heard could be a Russian coming to bomb us. It would have been helpful if someone had told me we had a way to tell if a Russian airplane came into the US and they could not just cruise in if they wanted to bomb us! I lost a lot of sleep if I heard an airplane in the evening.

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      • Howie says:

        Same here, and the air raid siren test every saturday at noon. That would have been the perfect time for an attack cause nobody would of believed it.

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    • yy4u says:

      Scarlet — I grew up during Cold War, too. But the USSR is gone. That said, the USSR is far preferable to life under the Muslims, so even if it still did exist, the fear of the invading horde of Muslims would offset fear of the Reds. Bad as Stalin was, for Christians and women — of which I am both — being conquered by the Muslims would be far worse. So I guess all things ARE relative!

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      • The Demon Slick says:

        Putin is trying to put the band back together, but with one big difference… he’s a Christian. He has a little trouble with the practical application but hey, who doesn’t? The important thing is that he’s against the Ikwan and the muslim invaders, and he protects the Christians and Jews in Russia. He could be a powerful ally. Not our friend, but a powerful nevertheless. Putin can be counted on to do what’s best for Russia and Putin. That’s a lot easier to understand than most world leaders.

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      • ScarletTanager says:

        I totally agree with you yy4u. 100%

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      • Not really, yy4u. Don’t go overboard in your enthusiasm for Russia and especially for the USSR. Read The Gulag Archepelago by Alexander Solzhenitsin (sp?) to get a better picture. Don’t forget that Communists were confirmed atheists and had no qualms whatsoever about imprisoning or isolating Jews, dissidents and outspoken public figures in music and literature.

        The deliberate starvation of millions of Ukrainians is a particularly dark blot on their history and ours, since our press knowingly suppressed that information.
        Radical anarchist Emma Goldman went from US to USSR as a Communist, came back as a (silenced by complicit US press) non-Communist..

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  20. MaineCoon says:

    TY for not letting EU (Merkel & Co) make our decisions as theirs have wrought a failing Europe.

    Going to Saudi Arabia was a great plan to combat terrorism and I trust you will find common group with Poland and others at this summit. It is serving America well to bond with many countries instead of those which are making terrible decisions which are contrary to America’s interest.

    I sure hope some local Polish newspaper live streams this conference!

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  21. Talk about arrogance; they are telling an international businessman that it is great he is traveling!! How insulting.

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    • Grandma Covfefe says:

      Hubbie and I got so steamed over that remark that it took us a long while to calm oueselves down so we could continue reading Sundance. The arrogance–these remarks all are fake narratives trying to give MSM something “credible” to report on.

      Warning! Alert! Alert!! More fake news coming down the Media Sewer Pipeline about our president’s trip to Poland and G-20.

      MSM = Mostly Sewage (or Stinking) Media

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  22. Merkel’s attitudes, reminding us of the continuing nature of the german political beast of yore, would bode well for a USA alliance with Poland. As a beginning.

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  23. john lorenz says:

    send them back the missile systems.

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    • John Denney says:

      Take a globe and put one end of a string on Iran, then stretch it over the globe to find the shortest path from Iran to the U.S.
      You will find that the closest part of the U.S. to Iran is New England, and the flight path (the string) is right over Poland.

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  24. Ursula says:

    Thanks SD for this very moving video. My grandparents were from Poland and I was “raised right”
    My great grandfather, a farmer and other men in town were rounded up and slaughtered by the Communists.
    Poland will be a great friend to us and I’m so glad our President is including them in his plans. They have been treated badly by the countries they helped.

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  25. MfM says:

    Pres. Trump better watch it, visiting all these countries. We wouldn’t want him to break Pres. Obama’s record of most foreign countries visited in his first year. /S

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  26. Will history treat Angela like Adolph? In the West I don’t think so.

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  27. carrie2 says:

    Clearly Poland is one smart country having survived many serious overtakers and still strong. Who cares what the globalist EU thinks or wants. They need to stop and look at who they are and what they have done to those countries. Going from socialism, which is bad enough, to being part of the “globalist movement” thinking it would be better and then sponge off the other countries until all of the EU is poor, and consisting of more poverty than ever before because communist is even worse than socialism. Those countries who can think on their own and not be taken in by politicians and the brainless undoubtedly do respect Trump for not being a politician but a great leader and businessman for the BIG business of America. Trump is getting in touch with and getting better acquainted with many, many countries because that is his job as President and what the Constitution said that the government must work to being in touch to deal with international trading and making connections. WOW! What a concept and now we have that president and Congress and the EU and others who have given up freedom and taken to bribing, ripping off the people are desperate and afraid of Trump. Well we are not afraid but thank God every day for our beginning again to take back OUR America and draining swamps, including the Congress swamp.

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  28. I would love to express my thoughts and opinions about the EU here on the thread. Unfortunately those thoughts and opinions would read like a vular, curse laden, diatribe effusively riddled with swearing and other offensive content that is most unbecoming for God-Fearing MAGAite and Treeper. So this will have to suffice: #!%^^^$@@#&&^%$##@!!!!!!!!!

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  29. Jimmy Jack says:

    Man, I would LOVE this.

    I love ❤️ Poland 🇵🇱 . One of the nicest places I’ve ever visited plus they have their heads on straight regarding the Muslim invasion of Europe.

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  30. Augie says:

    This article contains a map showing percent muslim population in various Euoropean countires. According to it, France is at 7.5%, Poland at less than 0.1%.

    http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2016/07/19/5-facts-about-the-muslim-population-in-europe/

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  31. mcclainra says:

    I have a good friend to whom I send CTH reports frequently, and send him this one to which he replied:

    “When I was a manager for AT&T, I did a 9 year stint with the International side of the company. I had customers all over the world including China, Japan, India, England AND Poland.
    Without question. The ladies I dealt with in the AT&T manufacturing facility in Poland were the most devoted, hard working individuals by a New York mile.
    No matter what time of the day or night I called them, someone answered the phone. And, they were more than willing to go out of their way to resolve issues.
    I had a similar experience with the AT&T team in New Delhi, India. I dealt with a young gal named Hansi who seemed to always be in the factory. One day I asked her about her work hours and she told me that she had moved her belongings and a cot into our facility and was living in it.
    That is devotion above and beyond the call of duty.
    Bring on the alliance with Poland. The Dalai Bama did all he could to crush the Pols by killing the missile defense system and smoozing the Russians.”

    Maybe he will eventually become a Treeper, but he does share CTH with his large list of patriots, lots of them retired military.

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  32. Texian says:

    ‘..There is no sovereign but God.. and no King but Jesus..’

    I stand with the Poles..

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  33. MaineCoon says:

    ““We encourage Mr Trump to get out and travel as much as he can. He needs to understand Europe and he can do that by getting out and speaking to people, to European leaders,” said one European official, who declined to be named.”

    Would the European official’s name begin with M?

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  34. scott467 says:

    EU Political Elites Worried President Trump May Form Alliance With Poland…

    ______________

    Then he should do it for that reason alone, LOL!

    Any other good reason is just a bonus!

    .

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  35. scott467 says:

    EU Political Elites Worried President Trump May Form Alliance With Poland…

    ___________

    Be afraid, you political-class skunk-monkeys and traitors.

    Be VERY afraid!

    LOL!

    .

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  36. scott467 says:

    ” […] Most diplomats in Brussels dismiss the importance of the Three Seas project, co-hosted by Croatia, but are wary over Trump’s high-profile visit to participate in a project one senior EU official called Poland’s push towards “self-ghettoisation”.

    ______________

    If anybody knows about ‘ghettoisation’ it’s the political-class euro-trash elites. They have ‘ghettoized’ their own nations with islamic “no go” zones, and the islamic population isn’t just terrorizing the Citizenry, the islamic population is literally mass-raping and mass-murdering like conquering barbarian hordes.

    And the curious strategy of the Euro-trash political-class / treason-class is to look the other way, while being professional apologists and enablers of the barbarian hordes.

    .
    .

    “One cannot but feel a bit suspicious if it isn’t an attempt to break up European unity,” another EU diplomat said about the Three Seas project.”

    _________________

    Of what “unity”, pray tell, do you speak?!?

    Your entire CONTINENT has become a de facto WAR ZONE, lol!

    The Euro-trash skunk-monkey doth protest too much, methinks!

    .

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  37. Menagerie says:

    I shared this post with Polish relatives, who are enthusiastic about an alliance and say the people are too. They replied with the suggestion we watch this video.

    It’s really worth the watch.

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  38. Maquis says:

    Can’t watch, again, not now, too early in the day for tears. Of Joy.

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  39. vfm#7634 says:

    NATO is obsolete. For NATO 2.0, we should kick out all the Western Europeans (except Britain and maybe the Nordics) and Turkey. I also think having the Baltics in NATO is a bad idea.

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    • Maquis says:

      The Baltics are a very very short fuse…

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    • Grandma Covfefe says:

      i agree. NATO is obsolete. EU wants NATO so they can have permanent War Paint on their angry faces against Russia, in order to keep the fake narrative of “evil Russia” going on forever. That is the impression I’ve been getting about NATO objective in those last few years and McCain is behind all this. Don’t get me wrong–I’m not fully pro-Russia, but some countries, and people/their leaders do change, esp those who are tired of constant war and wants to put the ‘Good’ back into their country and its people.

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  40. scott467 says:

    “Poland is one of the few EU countries that actually spends the agreed upon amount of 2% GDP for NATO defense. One of the concerns amid the non-compliant EU nations, is that the visit will present another opportunity for vulgarian President Trump to embarrass the superior EU intellectuals over their ongoing lack of financial support; while simultaneously engaging in fellowship with like-minded vulgarian poles.”

    ____________

    The Polish People know that is the best money they’ve ever spent. It’s their insurance against invasion, by ANYBODY.

    President Trump should do MORE than just embarrass the EU ‘nations’ (if it is fair to actually call them sovereign nations).

    They not just being ‘non-compliant’, they are literally in ‘dishonor’.

    Their NATION is in “Dishonor” of their financial obligations.

    And the kind of people who ‘run’ nation-states know EXACTLY what that term means, and the implications in Commerce of honor/dishonor, Creditor/Debtor.

    .

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  41. Sam says:

    The Eurotrash in Brussells are progressive one worlders and have delusions of grandeur. I predict that PDJTrump will meet with the representatives of Poland just as he will likely meet off the record with Vladimir Putin. He will be more cordial with Poland than Putin. Poland is his and our natural ally.

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  42. Troublemaker10 says:

    There is a big divide between East Europe and West Europe.

    Czech Republic Parliament Passes Constitutional Right to Bear Arms
    http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/06/29/czech-republic-passes-constitutional-right-to-bear-arms/

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    • Maquis says:

      Sweet. That’s one of my (many) bloodlines, I’m proud to have Czech ancestry, and of their defense of what so many have died for these past fourteen-hundred years.

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  43. golsono says:

    He can’t deal over the head of the european union ? HaHaHa. Runnin’ scared are we ?

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  44. SouthCentralPA says:

    ABMs in Poland are a two-fer. Not only do they give Putin something to think about, map the great circle route from Iran to the United States. Yep, right near Poland. No wonder the jug-eared monstrosity took them out (and announced it on the anniversary of the Soviet invasion of Poland, just to poke an extra finger in our eye).]

    (http://www.gcmap.com/mapui?P=IKA-IAD&DU=mi shows the short path from Teheran to Washington)

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  45. WesternPA says:

    All of Eastern Europe seems to understand what is happening.
    http://pamelageller.com/2016/12/slovakia-passes-law-ban-islam-registered-religion.html/

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  46. greenvalleygal says:

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  47. MOA says:

    The Poles have been kicked by the scumbags of history because they are on the road east out of Germany and the road west out of Russia.
    But despite decades of indoctrination of their kids by the Russians and local communists their kids remained Christian Poles.
    That is very encouraging. The US might yet survive the corruption of its society by the cultural marxists of the US media and US bureaucracy.

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  48. pjb535i says:

    Charles ‘The Hammer’ Martel prepares to meet King John III Sobieski. How very sweet.

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