Polish soccer fans attending a Silesian Wroclaw match against Poznan took a time-out from cheering their team to unfurl a massive, 50-foot by 75-foot banner in the stands that contained a clear message to the wave of migrants seeking refuge in Europe: You're not welcome here.
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The banner was hand-painted and showed pictures of boats carrying migrants - some of whom had their fingers lifted in the air, making the internationally recognized salute to ISIS - about to land on the shores of Europe, Breitbart reported. The backdrop included a huge image of the crest of the Silesian Wroclaw football club – a crusader in St. George's cross gear with sword drawn and shield held, alongside the text: "While Europe Is Flooded With An Islamic Plague."
Beneath, a second 100-foot wide banner waved with the message, in Polish writing: "Let Us Stand In Defence Of Christianity," Breitbart reported.
The Wroclaw club is one of the largest in Poland and is politically active, often displaying at matches anti-communist messages, Breitbart said.