Police officers remove a demonstrator who tried to block a far-right extremists marching to celebrate the Polish Army Day, marking the victory of Polish troops against the Bolshevik army in 1920, on August 15, 2017 in Warsaw. / AFP PHOTO / JANEK SKARZYNSKI (Photo credit should read JANEK SKARZYNSKI/AFP/Getty Images)

Polish police broke up a feminist rally and forcefully removed activists to clear the way for a m arch for  far-right extremists.
A live stream of the protest shows members of the All-Polish Women’s Strike group and activists from Obywatele RP, which aims to defend democratic principles in Poland, taking part in a sit-in in central Warsaw, to block the far-right rally’s route. 
Many of the women were holding up photos of Heather Heyer, the American woman killed when a car ploughed into a crowd of counter-protesters during a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the weekend. 
Footage shows the women activists dressed in black and sitting on the floor, with banners reading: “If you’re not outraged you’re not paying attention. Heather Heyer, victim of fascism August 2017”.
Another read: “Get fascists off the streets”. 
Holding white roses, the group aimed to prevent several dozen extremists from marching in central Warsaw on Poland’s Armed Forces Day. 
However, police officers were filmed forcibly removing the …