Trump's visit to Poland
Addrsssing a cheering, flag-waving crowd chanting "Donald, Donald", the US Chief Executive gave a rousing speech to Poles gathered in Krasiński Square. It was the msot por-Poloish speech ever given by an American president in Poland
"The triumph of the Polish spirit over centuries of hardship gives us all hope for a future in which good conquers evil and peace achieves victory over war," Trump said. "The story of Poland is the story of a people who have never lost hope, who have never been broken and who have never, ever forgotten who they are."
In a clear warning to Moscow Trump said: "The United States has demonstrated, not merely with words, but with its action, that we stand firmly behind article five, the mutual defence commitment," Article 5 of the NATO charter states that an attack on one alliance member is na attack on them all.
He praised Poland for spending the required two percent of GDP on defense and urged other NATO members to follow suit. But he added: "Money alone is not enough, there must also be the will to survive." That veiled criticism was directed at Western Europe's liberal elites which seem to have lost their will to defend their civilization in the face of the alien forces out to destroy it.