Poland Honors Ronaldus Maximus

Published Date Author: , December 9th, 2011

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Maybe there’s hope on the other side of oligarchical collectivism. Poland has experienced the nightmare we’ve been plunging into.

Liberated from communism,

Poles appreciate those who deserve appreciation:

Lech Walesa said that there would not be a free Poland without Ronald Reagan, during the unveiling of a statue in Warsaw of the late American president on Monday.

The former Solidarity leader said that “as a participant in these events,” it was “inconceivable” that such changes would have come about without the last American president during the post-1945 cold-war era. … The bronze statue of Reagan has been installed not far from the American Embassy, on Ujazdowskie Avenue, one of the capital’s most picturesque thoroughfares.

A statement from President Barack Obama was read out to the guests attending the ceremony, which said that: “The location of this monument is a fitting reminder of the close ties between the American and Polish people, and a tribute to the strong support the United States gave Poland during its long struggle to free itself from communist rule”.

Speaking of Obama and communist rule, our current president has knifed Poland in the back by withdrawing a missile defense shield it was counting on.

Meanwhile, this is how Reagan’s memory is treated by moonbats in the state the Gipper served as Governor:

…and look what we find up the coast in liberal Seattle:

If we survive our self-inflicted descent into socialism without permanently degenerating into a race of parasites and slaves, more of us will look back on Reagan — and Lenin — the way Poles do.


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