Teen Destroys Globalists in Epic Speech to Polish Parliament
Tears up EU flag as audience applauds
A teenager, who stood up in Poland's Parliament to deliver a speech regarding his country's enrollment in the European Union, has declared that the EU is nothing more than a "globalist conspiracy" and a front for the New World Order.
Michal Cywinski received a huge round of applause when he compared the EU to a communist state and tore up the Union flag as he was speaking at a children’s parliamentary session, for Children's Day in Poland.
During his epic speech, Cywinski branded the European Union as a "communist public sphere that is run by unelected officials in the interests of the banks and mega corporations."
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He continued to say:
"We find ourselves in the Sejm of the Polish Republic. In this place, where on a daily basis those who are responsible for our state’s functioning are in session."
"We sit in the same place as the people who took us out from under the Soviet banner and put us under the blue banner of the European Union."
"Under their dictatorship of political correctness, hundreds of people die, run over by trucks, blown up by explosives or are shot to death by extremists, who were imported by the leftist rabble in Brussels."
"Today the communists are not red, today’s communists are blue."
"Furthermore, I believe that the European Union must be destroyed."
At this point, young Michal proceeds to hold aloft a print of the European Union’s blue flag, before ripping it to shreds, receiving a raucous applause as he thanked his audience and left the speaker’s plinth.
Express reports: Poland, as a country, remains eurosceptic with key government figures launching attacks on the bloc’s eurocrats.
The country’s foreign minister Witold Waszczykowski said he “cannot accept” the European Commission's authority as relations with the EU crumble.
He said: "What is the legitimacy of the Commission? The Commission does not have democratic legitimacy. It’s not elected, it’s selected by the governments."
"We cannot accept this. We cannot accept that a selected body of bureaucrats is monitoring and ordering and ruling the member states."
"We can accept a federal Europe that is based on democratic rule."
The bloc hit back at Poland, with Commission spokesman Margaritas Chinas saying it regrets "a government minister does no understand the Commission's role, structure, and competences".
He added: "The Commission is the guardian of the treaties, of common interests of the 28 member states, and of the rule of law."