M/S Protesters chanting (Polish): «Here is a Poland, not Brussels», in front of the European Commission Representation Office, WarsawC/U Protesters chanting (Polish): «Here is a Poland, not Brussels"M/S Protesters holding sign (English): 'Respect Poland's democratic choice! Respect my government!'M/S ProtestersC/U ProtesterM/S Protesters with signsC/U Placard with crossed out image of German... Еще Chancellor Angela Merkel W/S Protesters clappingM/S Protester with placard against President of the European Council Donald TuskC/U Anti-Tusk placardW/S ProtestersM/S ProtestersM/S Protesters with anti-EU placardsW/S PlacardsSOT, Mateusz Kalinowski, National Radical Camp (Polish): «In Poland, Poles should rule, not some kind of Brussel's oligarch who say, «This legislative bill is good, this bill is bad». Our permission isn't there for that. Polish affairs we solve in Poland."W/S Pro-EU demonstrator with EU flagM/S Protesters with Poland flagW/S Protesters with Poland flagM/S People watching out of windowW/S ProtestersSCRIPTPolish nationalists rallied against European and US figureheads in front of Warsaw's European Commission Representation Office on Wednesday, claiming that foreign leaders are behind the country's recent anti-government protests. Activists from National Radical Camp, All Polish Youth and National Movement picketed under the slogan, 'Tusk, Timmermans, Soros — hands off Poland'.National Radical Camp member Mateusz Kalinowski said that the Polish and not «Brussel's oligarchs» should be responsible for the running of his country.Protesters carried placards with the crossed out faces of President of the European Council and former Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk, billionaire George Soros, European Commission's First Vice President Frans Timmermans and German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Protesters claimed these figures were the chief threats to the sovereignty of their country.