In Poland, a formerly communist country, the youth are fighting back against tyranny. With communism still fresh in the memory of many Polish citizens, the young people of this Eastern European country are doing something that many young people in Western Europe wouldn’t dream of – they’re standing up to the far left.
If only 18-24 year olds voted in the next General Election in the UK, the Conservative Party wouldn’t win a single seat. Far-left Labour would win 600.
But over in Poland, it’s vastly different. The youth are proud of their country, turning out in force to their huge Independence Day march, and voting more conservatively than most other European states.
So what’s happening? How is Poland so different?
via Rebel Poland