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Chris Hayes has accused Poland of racism in accepting Ukrainian refugees but not

During her inaugural monologue on the ongoing war in Ukraine, she hosted MSNBC All in Chris Hayes claims that European countries, such as Poland, are racist in their acceptance of refugees from neighboring Ukraine. Since everything on MSNBC would inevitably turn into an ethnic issue, Hayes Huin said Poland was against allowing Syrians to flee their war-torn country and claimed that Poland’s opposition was due to race and religion.

“It was those images, it was the ghost of a refugee crisis, it was a major factor in enabling Donald Trump to rise to power.” Chris Hayes said when he started his race-biting rant. He mentioned that “The main promise of Trump’s campaign was quotes, of course, to completely and utterly shut down Muslims and enter the United States until our country’s representatives understand what is happening.” Its purpose, however, is to somehow tie former President Trump to the Polish government.

Hayes continues to build complex political structures in Europe about Trump “Nationalist-populist”:

In various ways, Russian involvement in Syria was a fluttering of butterfly wings that led to this populist moment, this annoyance, this nationalist-populist party and candidate, and the formation of rule and government. And perhaps unintentionally creating a new flood of right-wing politicians, either explicitly or indirectly linked to Putin in the Kremlin. From Farage to Urban, to Trump.

Hayes sought to analyze why Poland was happy to accept Ukrainian refugees, arguing that Ukraine’s current Russian invasion of Ukraine from the Syrian refugee crisis and its subsequent transformation into mass deportation of Ukrainians to Poland. “For many reasons, including openness, racism, anti-Muslim bigotry, confusion over the post-9/11 war on terror, many of those same countries who flatly refused to accept Russian-made refugees in Syria, Russia opens its borders to refugees in Ukraine. And unarmed. ”

Hayes seemed saddened by the fact that “The right-wing Prime Minister of Poland met with the Prime Ministers of Slovenia and the Czech Republic in Kiev to meet with the President of Ukraine Zelensky. ” As a sign of solidarity with Ukraine. The left-wing host seemed stunned that Hungary and Poland, which believe in and oppose strong borders “Syrian refugees are simultaneously accepting millions of displaced people from Ukraine.”

It also ignores the fact that Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko created the latest immigration crisis by lying about allowing refugees to enter those countries in a desperate attempt to destabilize the region. Hayes did not have the honesty to ask why other Middle Eastern countries did not accept these refugees.

Finishing his race-obsessed runt, he claimed that “There is a long-standing question surrounding this war, pushed by bad-faith actors on the American right. You know why I think? Who cares what happens in Ukraine? What do I have to do with Vladimir Putin?”

With the exception of Hayes’ usual knee-jerk reaction to the creation of everything about race, it is clear that he must understand that Poland and Hungary are interested in helping the Ukrainians because they know what it means to be a victim of Russian aggression. It is also worth noting that Ukraine’s neighbor Poland. Neighbors help neighbors.

Another important point to note is that Hayes’s claim of “actors of bad faith” to those on the right who oppose helping Ukraine has been largely overturned. The lion’s share of Americans on both sides of the aisle oppose Russia’s aggression against Ukraine.

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MSNBC’s All in With Chris Hayes
3/15/2022
8:04:24 pm East

Chris Hayes: It was those images, it was the ghost of a refugee crisis, it was a major factor in enabling Donald Trump to rise to power. You may not remember it now, but during the campaign, Trump’s son Don Jr. tweeted this disgusting racist meme, comparing the refugees from Syria to poison candy. One of the promises of Trump’s campaign was to quote, of course, to completely and completely stop Muslims from entering the United States until our country’s representatives understand what is happening.

Although it was noteworthy that, of all the reactions, the then German Chancellor Angela Merkel accepted 1 million refugees, mostly from Syria. In various ways, Russian involvement in Syria was a fluttering of butterfly wings that led to this populist moment, this annoyance, this nationalist-populist party and candidate, and the formation of rule and government. And perhaps unintentionally creating a new flood of right-wing politicians, either explicitly or indirectly linked to Putin in the Kremlin. From Farage to Urban, to Trump. So we find ourselves here again though in some cases quite different situations, and interesting contrasts. Openly, for a number of reasons, including racism, anti-Muslim bigotry, and the paranoia of the war on terror after 9/11. Many of those same countries that Russia explicitly refused to accept refugees in Syria, to their credit, opened their borders and Russia opened its arms to refugees made in Ukraine.

In fact, just Today, the right-wing Prime Minister of Poland met with the Prime Ministers of Slovenia and the Czech Republic in Kiev to meet with the President of Ukraine Zelensky. Travel to the battlefield. I mean, there have been air strikes in Kiev in the last 24 hours. As a sign of solidarity between Hungary and Poland, the same countries that, again, define the political nature, at least, under their ruling parties, controlled their borders. Strong borders and opposition to Syrian refugees are simultaneously taking in millions of displaced people from Ukraine. Get it, Warsaw, the population of the city of Warsaw has grown by 20 percent in two weeks. But again, in just three weeks. This is just the beginning. No one knows how long this conflict will last. Or, if you look at those images, Kharkiv, and Mariupol and Kiev, how many millions will be displaced. It is a country of 44 million people when the war started. There is a long-standing question surrounding this war, waged by bad-faith actors on the American right. Do you know why I need to care? Who cares what will happen in Ukraine? What do I have to do with Vladimir Putin?

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