Poland's Deputy Prime Minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, joined "The Glenn Beck Radio Program" to discuss why Poland continues to refuse refugees from Islamic countries.
Poland and Hungary refused to cooperate with a 2015 deal that proposed the allocation of 160,000 refugees to relieve several EU members including Greece and Italy and received heavy scrutiny for their decision.
"The European borders are not secure," said Morawiecki. "Millions of refugees come every year to Europe and then you can see all those pictures of terror attacks all over the place, in particular, in France and Germany. Poland is safe. We don't have it."
Poland is one of the few European countries that have not experienced a terrorist attack since mass migration from Syria and North Africa began.
"This is because we treat security very seriously. We do not allow for the Islamic migrants and Islamic refugees to come without very thorough scrutiny ... And this is the main reason," said Morawiecki.
"And in many different ways, they are attacking our civilization. They hate Christianity. They hate Europe. So, I think that we have the right ... We have the right and obligation to defend it for the next generations."
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