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We are Poles and we have Polish responsibilities. From right to left
President: We are Poles and we have Polish responsibilities. From left to right
We are Poles, because we grew up in this land, regardless of our nationality. We were Poles when Poland lived in us and when the Polishness of this tradition lived in us – President Andrzej Duda said at the solemn celebration of Independence Day. – We are poles and we have Polish duties. From right to left, he emphasized.
President Andrzej Duda speaks at the Independence Day celebration in Piłsudski Square in Warsaw.
– When we stand here on November 11 in the square named after Marshal Józef Piłsudski in Warsaw, a square of witnesses of so many unusual events in history, sometimes difficult but unbelievable. the happy history of our country, if we look at the beautiful Polish soldiers standing here, if we look at how polished Polish weapons are, like Ian's golden ears on November day, when the white ones banners are trapped here brought by happy and smiling countrymen (….), this is what you want to say – as the words of the song come to their lips – "I'm lucky that at this moment I live in a country on the Vistula River, I'm lucky "- the president said.
"Generations are not as lucky as we are"  Doubtless it is added that "historians say Poland today is the most free, richest and safest in Poland since the 17th century."
According to the president, "the whole generation is not as lucky we, "and especially (they have happiness – ed.) young people born after 1989, who" do not remember the times when Poland was not completely independent, it was not completely free, it was not entirely free power if it is impossible to say what you want in Poland, meet what you want and where you want. "
– Where prohibited is what belongs to fundamental, absolute natural rights. and major – he added. 
"There is still a lot of blood after November 11"
The president pointed out that in one year ago we celebrated the 100th anniversary of Poland regaining its independence. – The great day of November 11, when the whole world, all over Europe, celebrated the end of World War I, and we have our country back on the map – he said. ]
As he pointed out, this is not the end of" our great celebration, this is the beginning ". He explained that Poland had been formed for a long time, that "it was not all that easy, that it was not so easy to get to its solid borders, that a lot of blood after November 11 would have to be rotated in order for Poland to stabilize and firmly resting on its borders ”.
"We are Poles and we have Polish duties. From left to left"
The President emphasized that "we are Poles and we have Polish duties. From right to left".
– Let it be for decades and For centuries of our further history, for us this is the most important message that we are Poles, because we have grown from over 1050 years old roots. From our great tradition – Duda said.
– We are Poles, because we grew up from this land, whatever our nationality – we were Poles when Poland lived in us and when the Polishness of this tradition lived in us. Sometimes it's different religions, but all are also planted in a tree that grows in this historic vein. Tradition, a culture shaped by different currents, but so important and so strong that later generations defended it was not given – the president pointed out.
"Poland is the strongest when we understand that Polish things are the most important thing, we must work together"
The President noted that the so-called fathers of independence for a long time were was unable to communicate and had different visions regarding the future of the Polish state. According to Andrzej Duda, even after Poland gained independence from the most important things, it was difficult for them to regain the agreement. vision. Now, remember this, we put them in a common alley, which we can safely call the Avenue of the Fathers of Independence, though it is Plac Trzech Krzyży, Aleje Ujazdowskie, Plac na Rozdrożu, and finally Belweder. This is the path of fathers' independence – the president said.
In this context he cites Wincenty Witos, Ignacy Jan Paderewski, Roman Dmowski, Wojciech Korfanty and Józef Piłsudski, pointing to places of remembrance and monuments dedicated to them in Warsaw
– Let it be a lesson for us and for all future generations that Poland is at its best and that Poland is the strongest when we understand that things are this is Poland, the most important thing, we must join, together and without looking at the divisions and other visions – the president said. that we understand and implement modern democracy.
– This is exactly what our fathers expect from us. (…) We're going (to the elections – ed.) Because we're ready to take responsibility into our own hands. I ask this to continue, thank you, but at the same time I ask that it remain so that more and more of us, the number of our countrymen who have chosen power in Poland, have chosen power in the European Union, from in the election for increasing elections – said Andrzej Duda.
Author: ad // plw /