Three years ago, when the Law and Justice political party took control of the Polish government, Western media began a smear campaign against Poland.
The new media narrative is that the party and its supporters were embracing the far right and leading Poland down a racist, nationalistic path.
There is a story in Poland to tell – but it’s not the story the mainstream media is telling you.
In Poland, a formerly communist country, the youth are fighting back against tyranny. With communism still fresh in the memory of many Polish citizens, the young people of this Eastern European country are doing something that many young people in Western Europe wouldn’t dream of – they’re standing up to the far left.
If only 18-24 year olds voted in the next General Election in the UK, the Conservative Party wouldn’t win a single seat. Far-left Labour would win 600.
But over in Poland, it’s vastly different. The youth are proud of their country, turning out in force to their huge Independence Day march, and voting more conservatively than most other European states.
So what’s happening? How is Poland so different?
That’s what I want to find out. I want to discover the real story in Poland, and find out why the Polish youth are so brave in the face of EU and far-left tyranny. The mainstream media won’t tell us the truth, so it’s down to us to find out.
In Poland I'll speak to the youth – from footballers to young voters, cultural influencers, to even patriotic rap stars who are being de-platformed online. I want to find out how they mustered the courage to fight back, and see what the British youth can learn from them.
So will you help me expose the mainstream media, and fight to stop these lies being told about Poland?
Please consider chipping into our fund. We need to cover basic airfare and modest accommodation for this short trip.
I’ll expose the mainstream media’s lies about Poland, and show the British youth that we can fight back – and we can win.
October 23, 2018: Martina Markota and former Polish MP Krzysztof Bosak discuss the revival of traditional Polish architecture.
October 23, 2018: Former Polish MP Krzysztof Bosak is one of the most well-known voices on immigration in Poland, and he was kind enough to invite me to his party’s offices in Warsaw to talk more about some of the issues that had come up during my trip.
October 22, 2018: Martina Markota reports from Poland where children have learned to appreciate the traditions of their nation.
October 19, 2018: Poland's Catholic conservative rapper, Karat NM, has produced viral hits that slam the biased mainstream media and tell young people to believe in God.
October 17, 2018: The media want you to think that Poland is a racist, authoritarian and anti-Semitic state. It’s not true. Poland has elected the most pro-Israel government ever. Poland is working to honour its Jewish history more than ever, and the solidarity between the Polish and Jewish people in Poland is being taught throughout the country. Jack visited Jewish monuments and museums in Warsaw to discover more about Poland’s long Jewish history.
October 15, 2018: Jack was a guest on Polish TV, to talk about why he came to report on Poland.
October 15, 2018: Adam Starzynski works in the media in Warsaw. Adam explained the political patriotism of the young people in Poland.
October 15, 2018: Meet Antek, who is a great example for young Brits. Watch what can be done if we raise children to be proud of their history!
October 14, 2018: Krzysztof Bosak was formerly the youngest elected member of the Polish parliament, the Sejm. We met in Warsaw to talk about young people, immigration, and more – but before we sat down, he wanted to show me some history.
PART 3: The Nazi prison still in Warsaw
October 13, 2018: Adam Starzynski is a young Polish/Swedish citizen who sees a vast difference in the youth of those two countries. He took me to the remains of the Pawiak Nazi prison in the centre of Warsaw to discuss why youth in Poland feel so connected to their past.
October 12, 2018: In Warsaw, I heard about a church sermon taking place where young Polish patriots would be honouring their war dead. Young lads, some serving in the military, turned up as part of a local military re-enactment group.
October 12, 2018: The media narrative for Poland is that its people and supporters are embracing the far right, that Poland is a racist country and that its youth are becoming far right and racist – but they’re not, and we want to prove it. Will you help us expose the mainstream media, and fight to stop these lies being told about Poland?