uneducated have no idea about what any of this means because they are uneducated
The truth be told it is often better to deal with completely uneducated simple folks with common sense than with sub-educated fools with a uni degrees.
I met some wise simple farmers in my life and I've also encountered some 'educated' fools who shared their cherished pearls of wisdom
with me. And even those who received decent education often fell into a trap of synchronizing their system of beliefs with a group of which they aspired to be part of. Any independent and/or controversial thought that wouldn't fit to that image had to be eradicated.
One particular example: an educated
guy told me that only fools believe in conspiracies and educated people should not believe in such things.
So I asked him what happened to Julius Caesar, has he died of an old age or maybe some group of conspirators helped him a little bit with knives?
And Guy Fawkes: has he or has he not secretly plotted with the group of others to blow up the parliament? What about Adam Weishaupt: did he or did he not existed and was active in XIX-century Bavaria?
He didn't have any [pre-made] answers to those questions and I believe he didn't even know who Adam Weishaupt was back then..
you are creating new worlds which never existed before
Most people, like yourself, have short memory. I [un]fortunately have a very long one. It greatly helps with coding but also with analyzing political life as a whole and not only as separated single events. Unfortunately, it also means that I remember bullcrap that some people told me even a decade ago or so...
I remember what was going on back then in 2015, and I remember overall emotions pulsating in Polish society surrounding a Muslim "refugees" problem.
Support for has PO's has started to deteriorate at a fast pace - finally granting PiS a majority in parliament - after E. Kopacz agreed to take in ~4 thousand "refugees", a decission enforced on them by Germany and the EU. Once they realized how unpopular that decission was with the Poles they tried to withdraw from it but it was too late. They've already lost their credibility and people voted for PiS who was very anti "refugees".
I suggest that you dig into Polish newspapers and newsportals achives from 2015 and refresh your memory.
And here's a link to American Huffingtop Post from 2015 for a good start: