Firstly, the police will have the right to hit hooligans. Secondly, there will be state work places. Thirdly, hypermarkets in cities should be got rid of or converted into sports halls. These are among the most important points in Krzysztof Kononowicz’s electoral programme. He is a candidate for the European Parliament. Kononowicz comes from Białystok and became famous in 2006 when he stood for elections in Białystok. He became popular thanks to the speech he gave on Jard TV. Up until the 4th February 2007 his promotional video had registered over 6 million hits on YouTube. It seems Kononowicz has not ended his political career and has announced his electoral programme.
“Firstly, the police should be on the streets. I will change their uniforms, I don’t like the blue ones,” we read in Głos Szczeciński. “Secondly, work places must be state-owned, not foreign. All people should have bread to eat and young people should have sports halls. This is what’s most important for me. What’s more, hypermarkets will be outside cities. Those which are already there will be converted into gyms,” says Kononowicz. “I will demand that the Criminal Law is changed. I don’t want the death penalty to return. Life sentences should be for murder. At the moment prisoners sit in their cells while there are roads to build. We have a workforce for free in the prisons. Give them a spade and make them dig. This should be the case across Europe: not only in Poland but also in Belarus, everywhere. European police regulations should also be changed. Police officers should have the right to kick ass if they catch a hooligan red-handed so that he will think twice before doing it again. But I would not give guns to people. The police should defend us from the thugs,” adds Kononowicz. In the future, Kononowicz wants to be President of Poland. He says if he becomes President, he will get rid of the Sejm and the Senate and will travel all over the country and Poland borders will be restored and will once again stretch from “from sea to sea.”