Poland: Jarosław Kaczyński, the leader of PiS, warned of a 12-point “LGBT+ rights” declaration and its “great danger”.
The mayor of Warsaw Rafał Trzaskowski, a member of the Civic Platform (PO) and European People’s Party (EPP) while in EU Parliament, created a controversy last month in Poland when he signed a 12-point LGBT+ rights declaration.
The multicult NGO cartels are trying to create instability in Poland; however, this declaration faces fierce opposition from the ruling government of PiS.
– “This danger is an attack on the family, and an attack conducted in the worst possible way, because it’s essentially an attack on children,” Kaczyński told party loyalists.
Krystyna Pawłowicz, one of the most outspoken PiS MPs, tweeted: “We MUST WIN this culture war.”
The country’s powerful Roman Catholic Church also criticized Trzaskowski’s initiative. A bishops’ letter expressed “deep concern” over the WHO guidelines. “The declaration contradicts the constitutional right of parents to raise their children according to their own belief,” the bishops wrote.
The government-appointed children’s ombudsman also raised questions about the “LGBT+ declaration” and its impact on children, saying “it imposes an ideology affirmed by only a narrow social group on all parents.”
* Since the last election, the Civic Platform – which is the party of Donald Tusk and associated with the EPP Party in Brussels – has shifted left on social issues.
A new united “rainbow coalition” of various opposition parties are trying to defeat the PiS this fall. They have also enlisted the new Spring party, led by openly gay former MP Robert Biedroń, who has attacked the culture and identity of traditional Poland.
Biedroń advocates for a complete separation of church and state, the abolition of tax privileges for the clergy, and the replacement of religion classes in public schools with English. He is also a strong supporter of radical LGBT and abortion measures.
* Soros and other outside agitators are working hard to destabilize Poland. We trust others in Visegrad understand that a strong Poland led by the PiS is essential to their continued vitality and influence.
For the V4 Report, Poland is the “indispensable” European nation state required to resist the attempts of Paris, Berlin and Brussels to dominate Visegrad and Central Europe.