Last year, I reported that the annual Polish nationalist march on Polish Independence Day attracted 50 000 participants. This year it was even bigger, as police estimated that 60 000 people took part in this year’s march. The rhetoric of the march is also increasingly reflecting a pure, Christian traditionalist conceptualization of nationalism, reflected in the slogans of the day such as “White Europe of Brotherly Nations” and “We Want God.”
Of the participants, most were young white men, which bodes very well for Poland’s future and for the Visegrad zone of Central Europe in general. This action by Polish Catholic nationalists comes only days after Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s Reformation Day speech in which he set out as a national goal the creation of a society “in which the glory of God is also served by every form of work: from street sweeping to the country’s governance. Sincere worship for God and service for men.” (Read Orban’s full speech here, it is most definitely worth it).
So far, the Christian nationalist resistance against globalist cultural Marxism in countries like Poland and Hungary has achieved a great deal of success. Let’s hope they can get that birthrate up and survive as Christian nations.