Do not believe that we will rule with the Confederacy. We will not, Jarosław Kaczyński said on Sunday. The PiS president said that “their program is to lead Poles to poverty.” These are the ideas of madmen, these are the ideas of kids. Only children can believe in such a program, he declared.
On Sunday, in the village of Stawiski in the Podlaskie Voivodship, a family picnic of Law and Justice was held with the participation of Jarosław Kaczyński. The president of PiS announced during this event that his party is in the process of preparing an election program that will be ready in a few weeks.
– I came here as I come to such meetings, picnics, to talk to you (…). We want to talk not for fun, we are currently preparing a program that will probably be shown to the public in a few weeks. And we want to know what Poles want. What Poles want, how they see the future of our country, from their point of view, from the point of view of an ordinary citizen of our country, an ordinary Polish family – he said.
Kaczyński announced that the party is very interested in the views of those who represent the majority of Poles, i.e. residents of local Poland.
Kaczyński: about Tusk and the language “from some bandit pit”
– It’s worth taking a moment to look at our competitors. What do they actually offer. They offer us a return to what was, but above all, hatred, negative emotions, civil war, the destruction of Catholics. They offer us the language of politics, which is a language from some bandit pit – said Kaczyński.
He decided that “this is basically one man – his name is Donald Tusk”. – He uses every opportunity to arouse anxiety and hatred – assessed the PiS president.
Kaczyński: PiS will not rule with the Confederation
Kaczyński announced that PiS would not govern with the Confederation. – Their agenda is to make you miserable. Their program is four thousand several hundred zlotys for each in a voucher for treatment. How then can a person suffering from cancer, heart disease or any other serious disease be treated? Sometimes one day of treatment costs more, he argued. He added that “this means condemning a lot of people to death.”
These are the ideas of madmen, these are the ideas of kids. Only children can believe in such a program. Don’t believe it and don’t believe in our joint rule, appealed Kaczyński.
Kaczyński: Above all, Poles want security
According to the PiS leader, Poles above all want a sense of broadly understood security. – The sense of security of our country, but also the sense of personal and material security, the sense of job security, the sense of security on the street, at play. Wherever they are. They simply want Poland to be safe, but they also want Poland to be prosperous and that in Poland this prosperity is not for the chosen ones, but for everyone, so that it is an opportunity for everyone, said the Deputy Prime Minister.
Kaczyński argued that the PiS government was changing a lot, for example in the field of external security. He boasted that every moment a new military unit was created. He added that it was thanks to the head of the Ministry of National Defense Mariusz Błaszczak. “Poland is getting stronger and safer,” he said. – Remember that there are alliances, but allies only help those who can defend themselves. If the Ukrainians were unable to defend themselves, today it would simply be a secondary matter, some sort of diplomatic dispute. It would be after Ukraine – he assessed.
PiS policy towards Ukraine
Kaczyński assured that “also towards Ukraine, our party has and will continue to pursue a policy of defending Polish interests, for example where farmers are concerned.” “And she’ll just keep an eye on how things get done, what the relationship is like, how our Eastern brethren behave when they’re here.” All of this will be taken into account, he said.
– We help, we want to help, we must help, it is in our interest. But it’s not like one gives and the other just takes. It can not be like that. We do not accept such a policy: we take, but we do not accept. We give, but it must be confirmed – he added.
Main photo source: PAP/Artur Reszko