October 14, 2018

The Boy Scout who fought and died for Poland

Jack BuckbyRebel Contributor

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.

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commented 2018-10-15 11:33:29 -0400
They continue to fight for their country and culture against what the EU wants. I respect them for that.
commented 2018-10-14 12:08:31 -0400
I have always respected the Polish, especially for the fight they put up against Hitler during WW2.
commented 2018-10-14 11:50:01 -0400
Sorry for the spelling which was supposed to be horrors of these failed ideologies . I’m turning off my autocorrect .
commented 2018-10-14 11:47:51 -0400
Thanks Jack for another informative report . Poland has seen the effects of Communism and National Socialism and remember the whores of these failed ideologies . They are strong patriotic people and will never forget what atrocities were done to their nation .