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November 13, 2012 in Uncategorized

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100,000 MARCH IN WARSAW

It seems like these stories are becoming a daily event in nations around the world. In the subject article, those reporting are doing all they can to minimize this most recent mass demonstration. Some reports attribute the riots to “football hooligans”. Really? Are there that many football hooligans?

Poland, like many other nations, is going through severe economic conditions. High unemployment, inflation and government sellout to European bankers frustrates the average citizen. It is my guess they are most concerned about these issues. Whereas they may disagree on which political approach is best, they do not disagree that they are no longer represented by their government.

So add Poland to the list — a list that gets larger by the day.

Warsaw police fire tear gas, brawl with nationalists in Independence Day clashes (PHOTOS)

Published: 11 November, 2012, 22:15
Edited: 12 November, 2012, 10:28

Riot police stand between demonstrators as violence breaks out at a parade celebrating Poland's national holiday in Warsaw November 11, 2012. (Reuters / Agencja Gazeta)

Riot police stand between demonstrators as violence breaks out at a parade celebrating Poland’s national holiday in Warsaw November 11, 2012. (Reuters / Agencja Gazeta)

Riot police used tear gas and truncheons to disperse far-right activists in Warsaw as Poland marked its Independence Day. Two officers were reportedly injured in the clashes.

­Violence broke out as police attempted to disperse crowds of nationalist protesters in an attempt to prevent a confrontation with anti-fascist groups during Poland’s National Day march in the country’s capital.

Right-wing extremists pelted officers with firecrackers and rocks as they tried to breach police cordons and reach a gathering of anti-fascist activists.

Two officers were reportedly injured, and several rioters were detained.

Riot police stand between demonstrators as violence breaks out at a parade celebrating Poland′s national holiday in Warsaw November 11, 2012. (Reuters / Agencja Gazeta)
Riot police stand between demonstrators as violence breaks out at a parade celebrating Poland’s national holiday in Warsaw November 11, 2012. (Reuters / Agencja Gazeta)

­Thousands of officers were deployed to the streets of Warsaw earlier in the day to prevent the rival groups from confronting each other. Polish nationalists and radical left-wing groups often use National Day as a pretext to fight each other.

Right-wingers advocate a religious and Slav-dominated Poland, conservative and immune to foreign influence. Leftist groups espouse various different anarchist and socialist ideologies, but are united by an opposition to white nationalism.

Most of Sunday’s 100,000-person National Day march was peaceful.

Demonstrators are seen on the streets as violence breaks out at a parade celebrating Poland′s national holiday in Warsaw November 11, 2012. (Reuters / Agencja Gazeta)
Demonstrators are seen on the streets as violence breaks out at a parade celebrating Poland’s national holiday in Warsaw November 11, 2012. (Reuters / Agencja Gazeta)
Demonstrators are seen on the streets as violence breaks out at a parade celebrating Poland′s national holiday in Warsaw November 11, 2012. (Reuters / Agencja Gazeta)
Demonstrators are seen on the streets as violence breaks out at a parade celebrating Poland’s national holiday in Warsaw November 11, 2012. (Reuters / Agencja Gazeta)
Riot police detain a demonstrator as violence breaks out at a parade celebrating Poland′s national holiday in Warsaw November 11, 2012. (Reuters / Kacper Pempel)
Riot police detain a demonstrator as violence breaks out at a parade celebrating Poland’s national holiday in Warsaw November 11, 2012. (Reuters / Kacper Pempel)
Riot police confronts demonstrators as violence breaks out a parade celebrating Poland′s national holiday in Warsaw November 11, 2012. (Reuters / Kacper Pempel)
Riot police confronts demonstrators as violence breaks out a parade celebrating Poland’s national holiday in Warsaw November 11, 2012. (Reuters / Kacper Pempel)

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Demonstrators taunt the riot police as violence breaks out at a parade celebrating Poland′s national holiday in Warsaw November 11, 2012.  (Reuters / Peter Andrews)
Demonstrators taunt the riot police as violence breaks out at a parade celebrating Poland’s national holiday in Warsaw November 11, 2012. (Reuters / Peter Andrews)

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Riot police detain a demonstrator as violence breaks out at a parade celebrating Poland′s national holiday in Warsaw November 11, 2012.(Reuters / Peter Andrews)
Riot police detain a demonstrator as violence breaks out at a parade celebrating Poland’s national holiday in Warsaw November 11, 2012.(Reuters / Peter Andrews)

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A demonstrator holds up a flag as violence breaks out at a parade celebrating Poland′s national holiday in Warsaw November 11, 2012.(Reuters / Peter Andrews)
A demonstrator holds up a flag as violence breaks out at a parade celebrating Poland’s national holiday in Warsaw November 11, 2012.(Reuters / Peter Andrews)

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Riot police confronts demonstrators as violence breaks out at a parade celebrating Poland′s national holiday in Warsaw November 11, 2012.(Reuters / Peter Andrews)
Riot police confronts demonstrators as violence breaks out at a parade celebrating Poland’s national holiday in Warsaw November 11, 2012.(Reuters / Peter Andrews)
Riot police confront demonstrators as violence breaks out at a paradecelebrating Poland′s national holiday in Warsaw November 11, 2012.(Reuters / Peter Andrews)
Riot police confront demonstrators as violence breaks out at a paradecelebrating Poland’s national holiday in Warsaw November 11, 2012.(Reuters / Peter Andrews)

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A demonstrator holds flares up as he taunts the riot police as violence breaks out at a parade celebrating Poland′s national holiday in Warsaw November 11, 2012.(Reuters / Peter Andrews)
A demonstrator holds flares up as he taunts the riot police as violence breaks out at a parade celebrating Poland’s national holiday in Warsaw November 11, 2012.(Reuters / Peter Andrews)

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A demonstrator holds a flag as violence breaks out at a parade celebrating Poland′s national holiday in Warsaw November 11, 2012.(Reuters / Peter Andrews)


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