December 12, 2018

Katowice, Poland’s Christmas market safe from Islamic terrorism

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Host | The Gunn Show

After a long day of covering what's happening outside of the United Nations climate change conference in Katowice, Poland, we decided to check out what the city has to offer.

We went to the central Christmas market just up the street from the conference, and a few things really stood out.

In addition to all the overt symbols of Christianity that are becoming harder to find in public places around the Western world, this Christmas market has almost no security!

No armed guards. No security barriers. No fences. Just happy free people, enjoying the season.

What a difference a proper border and refusal to comply with the UN mandated mass, unvetted migration from the Islamic world makes!

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commented 2018-12-12 20:21:54 -0500
When the Muslim terrorist killed a bunch of people with his truck in Berlin a few years back, I remember being surprised to recognize the place. I had been to the place, Breitscheidplatz, on my last visit to Berlin in 1991. (I’m a history/politics buff and I’d seen Berlin in 1983 while the Wall was still standing so was keen to see what Germany, and especially Berlin, looked like after reunification.) When I was at Breitscheidplatz, it was completely without any obvious security measures too. According to Wikipedia, impediments have been added around the area to keep vehicles from entering it; you can actually see the bollards (those metal posts set in the concrete) between the roadway and the plaza. I’m seeing a lot more of those around lately. (Similar bollards kept the terrorist who tried to shoot up Parliament from driving right up to the door.) I saw a news feature a few months back saying that people who make bollards have a huge demand for them nowadays. I wonder if the Christmas market in Katowice has those bollards too?
commented 2018-12-12 19:16:21 -0500
Eastern Europe has not been stupid and weak minded enough to submit to islamification or the multi – cult nightmare
commented 2018-12-12 19:00:27 -0500
commented 2018-12-12 17:49:50 -0500
Must be nice to stroll down the streets at Christmas without having to stake out your surroundings,knowing no one is gonna knife you or open fire!! Gone are those memories of the former Canada.
commented 2018-12-12 17:43:08 -0500
1. Ironic the conference would have been held in such a ‘religious’ (Christian) city!
2. Do you think some of these climate fanatics will pick up on or learn from this Polish community? Or are they simply mocking Poland?

3. I want to move to Poland!
commented 2018-12-12 17:24:20 -0500
Sheila, thanks for delineating the distinction with respect to other Christmas markets in Europe, like the one in Strasbourg, France that recently experienced a terrorist attack.