By Ellie-Louise Style
‘Prince’ John Zylinski has just launched his own political party. The parties aim is to represent the UK’s EU citizens, which includes defending minorities and communities.
Their very first policy is to get a 100 metre tall monument built in central London to commemorate the Polish pilots that died during the Battle of Britain.
Another one of their policies is to make Europhobia a crime and they want to give all of the Europeans that are currently living in Britain a full British citizenship.
John Zylinski, the leader of the party said: “It’s the first time that Polish people in this country, which are the largest minority in this country, will have a voice. Polish people have spent all of their time in a closet, in a kind of ghetto, while getting on with their lives and working hard etc.
“We know about the hard times, and we can relate with a click of a finger to anyone that feels second class here from any community. We’re standing up for al the nationalities in this country.”
The party are very confident about their launch, but some members say that it won’t be as popular to start with: “We realise that we won’t have great numbers of supporters, but I think it’s a starting point. So maybe in five of ten years hopefully we will be big.”
David Smith a Brexit Campaigner believes there is no need for another party: ” I do not feel there’s need for a Polish party, I believe parties should represent everybody regardless of who they are and that’s the way democracy should work. What we need at the moment is a coalition of every party to bring people back together.”
The Duma Polska Pride party are planning on fielding up to 100 candidates for the local council elections.