DAILYKENN.com -- A parade float satirizing Poland's government is totally acceptable, say officials in Germany.
The float features a caricature of Jaroslaw Kaczynski dressed as a dictator with his heel on a woman figure representing Poland.
Kaczynski is the head of Poland's ruling Law and Justice party. The party is widely hated by globalists for rejecting Islamic insurgents posing as "refugees."
The German media recently demonized another float satirizing Islamic "rapefugees."
"We have freedom of expression and freedom of art in Germany," government spokesman Steffen Seibert told reporters in Berlin after a question about Waszczykowski's comments. "That can be less than comfortable for those who are artistically depicted; nevertheless, freedom of expression and freedom of art are still valid here."
Asked whether the government would reprimand anyone, Seibert replied: "That is far from the government's mind."
Relations between Germany and Poland have worsened since the nationalist Law and Justice party took power in Poland last November. Several German officials have questioned the new government's direction, prompting a backlash from Polish officials that at times cited references to Germany's Nazi-era crimes.
The Carnival spat comes ahead of a visit Friday by Poland's new Prime Minister Beata Szydlo to Berlin for talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Seibert said the meeting would focus on tackling the migrant crisis in Europe as well as "bilateral issues."
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