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.
We went across the street to see a 100-year-old university building. It was a beautiful place, and filled with history.
Inside was a memorial plaque dedicated to a young boy, a member of the Boy Scouts, who fought and died for Poland.
Krzysztof was kind enough to introduce me to the history of the building, and tell me more about this story.
I’m really proud of this series of films from Poland, and I hope you enjoy them. You make this happen. Without your support, I wouldn’t be producing these films and telling the truth the mainstream media refuses to air.