2015 is easily the most overhyped event in recent memory, especially compared to the impact of the Covid crisis.
Yes, it is very tempting to say that right now.
The Chinese flu crisis will have a significant impact on our lives. It showed us the true power of mass media for modeling views of people and creating a virtual reality for them to live in. It showed how gullible the masses are and how easy it is to fool them, scare them, and finally to control them.
But if you could take a wider look at the events beyond the last few months. "Refugee" crisis, for example, has directly lead to Brexit, it was the drop that turned the tide. It also reshaped the political scene in Poland which sharply changed its political course from heading towards Germany to the course on the US. And yes, it has also changed politics in Germany. A significant rise of AfD is one of the fruits of 2015.
How do you propose to upkeep the current level of cooperation within the V4 group or Intermarium, if Poland leaves the EU
Polexit would be the second-best option.
Destroying the EU and building a free trade agreement - without political and ideological chains - on its ashes would be the best option. A purely economic union not driven by neo-marxist ideology but by the profit and economic exchange and competition.
The EU will eventually collapse under pressure from its failed eurocurrency concept and huge public debt in eurozone countries like Italy. I don't see why we should not help to speed it up and save us some time?
Here's the concept for those who want to have a rookie and eat a cookie:
One concept, which can be done right and within the EU would be to create tax heaven in Poland to absorb a lion's share of direct investments in Europe.
If you take a look at stats you'll see that the UK and Ireland with very flexible tax rates have attracted exponentially more direct investments than the rest of old Europe.
Simply to keep the mandatory EU taxes, like VAT, but to significantly lower all other taxes which are not included in the EU regulation. This cannot be done with this government, mainly because that would mean greatly reducing the welfare state and the state beaurocracy that PiS loves, but with the guys from Konfederacja, it's more than possible. I think I don't have to add that there would be enormous pressure from the Western European zombies to abolish such free-market practices but it would be worth it.
To "starve financially" the old EU instead of Poland and Hungary, as Katarina Barley has gracefully put it. So even if we cannot leave the EU right now, due to the vox populi, I don't see why we shouldn't improve the situation in Poland at the expense of the old, unreformable socialist EU and to prepare a solid headstart when all of this inevitably collapse?