Polish Refugee Warns of Communism Taking Over America

David Knight of Infowars.com interviews polish refugee, Bert Pachulski, whom he had met at the mini-drone and model airplane fly-away contest put on by Infowars a few months ago in a park in Austin, Texas.

Pachulski escaped from communist Poland and arrived at the shores of America in mid-1984.  American then was everything he had dreamed about: unbridled freedom, enormous opportunity, and free flow of goods and services.

But all that changed rapidly in America on 9/11, the infamous September 11, 2001, when we were attacked by then unknown “terrorists”, who crash airliners into the World Trades Center in New York and the high secret Pentagon building in Washington, D.C.

Suddenly, people were questioned, arrested and jailed, police and military become hostile and aggressive, and departments were set in Washington to spy on ordinary Americans.  More changes toward a police state were instituted as the years passed.

By 2013, the land Pachulski had adopted had turned into a mirror of what he had left Poland in 1984: a police state, with its stops of passenger cars on the highways, armed police breaking into residences and carting off innocent people, and mounted video cameras and agents everwhere, looking, checking, questioning and often arresting.

Pachulski discusses with Knight the change of America, from a land of milk honey to whicked, authoritarian state.

To see how far America has moved into becoming a communist state, turn to this page before viewing the video.

Download the report showing David Knight interviewing Bert Pachulski and providing the audio by placing your mouse over this link.  Then depress the lever on the mouse to start the transfer.

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