It may sound strange, but based on Steve Sailer’s observations, Poland is a better bet these days than the USA, Germany, or China:
The upcoming GOP primary donnybrook between the establishment right and the antiestablishment right has had a foreshadowing in Polish politics over the past dozen years in the war between Poland’s two dominant parties, both conservative. If you want to know what a Trump presidency might be like, the bumptious populist conservative government elected in Poland three months ago offers some clues….
The once-popular Tusk’s travails in 2015 are worth recounting because they suggest that the failures of American establishment conservatives, such as former GOP front-runner Jeb Bush, aren’t just due to idiosyncratic personality flaws, but are systemic. In a world in which the biggest political issue is borders, the globalist right has a hard time answering to voters’ satisfaction the basic political question: “Whose side are you on?”
“Poland is everything you are not supposed to be in the 21st century: a conservative, religious, and homogeneous nation-state.”
To roughly analogize recent Polish political history for Americans, it’s as if Mitt Romney (Donald Tusk) had won two terms as president, but his plan to hand off power to Paul Ryan had suddenly been disrupted by a landslide for Donald Trump (Jarosław Kaczyński)…. Poland is everything you are not supposed to be in the 21st century: a conservative, religious, and homogeneous nation-state.
Which is why Poland is more likely to become a world leader as the 21st century proceeds, as long as it is able to remain Poland rather than becoming yet another orc-infested heterogeneous multinational state.