A 60,000-strong nationalist march in Warsaw which saw demonstrators tout white supremacist, anti-Semitic and Islamophobic messages was largely an expression of patriotic feeling, Poland's Foreign Ministry has said.
Marchers hung a banner which said, "pray for Islamic holocaust" and carried signs with slogans like "white Europe of brotherly nations". Others chanted "pure Poland, white Poland" and "refugees get out!"
Pour le gouvernement Polonais, c'est juste "une grande fête des polonais [...] unis autour de valeurs communes"
a great celebration of Poles, differing in their views, but united around the common values of freedom and loyalty to an independent homeland