The New York Times' Andrew Higgins depicts Poland as a "fringe" country, "Europe's inveterate troublemaker," "Europe's great disrupter," "a disruptive force obsessed with stoking culture wars and hostility to foreigners," and a childish, conceited nation that is helping Ukrainian refugees merely to gain fame and praise. Poland "is basking in the glow of appreciative attention."
"Poland’s deputy culture minister, Jaroslaw Sellin, a conservative firebrand who previously relished his country’s role as Europe’s great disrupter, has found a new cause celebrating Poland’s favor at the center of attention. “Everyone watches us with admiration,” he told Radio Gdansk on Tuesday."
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