President Joe Biden: ‘For God’s Sake, This Man Cannot Remain in Power’

(Photo by Peter Klaunzer-Pool/Keystone via Getty Images)

(Photo by Peter Klaunzer-Pool/Keystone via Getty Images)

(CNSNews.com) – President Joe Biden delivered a speech at the Royal Castle in Warsaw, Poland, on Saturday that he concluded with a call for Russian President Vladimir Putin to be removed from power.

“For God’s sake, this man cannot remain in power,” Biden said at the conclusion of his address.

In the closing of his address, Biden likened the current time—with Russia invading Ukraine—to the period leading up to the fall of the Berlin Wall and the collapse of the Soviet Union.

“Let’s remember the hammer blow that brought down the Berlin Wall, the might that lifted the Iron Curtain, were not the words of a single leader, it was the people of Europe who for decades fought to free themselves,” said Biden.

“Their sheer bravery opened the border between Austria and Hungary for the Pan-European Picnic. They joined hands for the Baltic Way. They stood for Solidarity here in Poland,” he said. “And together it was an unmistakable and undeniable force of the people that the Soviet Union could not withstand.

“And we’re seeing it once again today in the brave Ukrainian people showing that their power of many is greater than the will of any one dictator,” said Biden.

“So, in this hour, let the words of Pope John Paul burn as brightly today,” said Biden. “Never, ever give up hope. Never doubt. Never tire. Never become discouraged. Be not afraid.

“A dictator bent on rebuilding an empire will never erase a people’s love for liberty,” Biden said.

Here is the transcript of the conclusion of President Biden’s speech in Warsaw:

President Joe Biden: “Time and again, history shows that it is from the darkest moments that the greatest progress follows. And history shows that this is the task of our time, the task of this generation. Let’s remember the hammer blow that brought down the Berlin Wall, the might that lifted the Iron Curtain, were not the words of a single leader, it was the people of Europe who for decades fought to free themselves. Their sheer bravery opened the border between Austria and Hungary for the Pan-European Picnic. They joined hands for the Baltic Way. They stood for Solidarity here in Poland. And together it was an unmistakable and undeniable force of the people that the Soviet Union could not withstand. And we’re seeing it once again today in the brave Ukrainian people showing that their power of many is greater than the will of any one dictator. So, in this hour, let the words of Pope John Paul burn as brightly today. Never, ever give up hope. Never doubt. Never tire. Never become discouraged. Be not afraid.

« A dictator bent on rebuilding an empire will never erase a people’s love for liberty. Brutality will never grind down the will to be free. Ukraine will never be a victory for Russia. For free people refuse to live in a world of hopelessness and darkness. We will have a different future, a. brighter future, rooted in democracy and principle, hope and light, of decency and dignity, of freedom and possibilities. For God’s sake, this man cannot remain in power.

“God bless you all and may God defend our freedom, and may God protect our troops. Thank you for your patience.”

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