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    This is why I love the Polish people.

    Hundreds of Polish Catholics blocked the street to their nation’s holiest shrine as an LGBT march approached a children’s rosary procession. https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/hundre...t-marchers
    They're the ones standing in the breach over in Europe. They've seen communism in their lifetimes, many of them and they want their freedom, their culture, their religion. The problem with the new wave of gay people--and atheists for that matter is that too many won't live and let live. No, they don't want you to tolerate them; they way our approval. So if we don't approve, then they want to shut us up.

    Once more unto the breach, dear friends!
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    Polish Catholics stop LGBT parade from disrupting famous Catholic shrine

    CZĘSTOCHOWA, Poland, July 10, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Dozens of Polish Catholics prevented a gay pride parade from reaching Poland’s most sacred Catholic shrine.

    Częstochowa is synonymous in the Catholic mind with the Jasna Góra monastery and its icon of the Blessed Virgin Mary, but it is a contemporary town with a population of over 200,000 people. This past Sunday it also held its first Pride parade, timed to coincide with a massive Catholic pilgrimage.

    The so-called “Equality March in Częstochowa”, consisting of about 600 people, including members of the SLD (“Democratic Left Alliance”) party and Antifa, coincided with several other events in the southern city, including the pilgrimage of 100,000 fans of Polish Catholic radio station “Radio Maryja” to the Jasna Góra shrine. Originally the “Equality” marchers planned to march to the monastery themselves. However, when they got as far as Bieganski Square, they found the way blocked by dozens of furious opponents, three of whom lay down in Most Holy Virgin Mary Avenue to impede their progress.

    After police dispersed the Catholic patriots, they regrouped in the park at the foot of the slope to the shrine where the crowds of Catholic pilgrims were praying. This time, the police redirected the LGBT march to the municipal art gallery.

    Polish media reported that opponents of the “Equality March” carried banners reading “Homosexuality today, pedophila tomorrow.”

    Polish Catholics considered the LGBT march to the Jasna Góra monastery to be a “provocation” of the hundred thousand pilgrims, including the Polish prime minister, gathered there. Prayers had been offered for days for the “Equality” march’s cancellation. Witnesses to the parade were particularly horrified by the emblazoning of the LGBT rainbow flag with the crowned eagle of the Polish nation.

    Joachim Brudziński, the head of the Polish Ministry of the Interior, thanked police for keeping the peace in the difficult circumstances while condemning the “Equality March” for its planned assault on Jasna Góra.

    “Luckily, the obvious cultural and religious provocation of LGBT groups aimed against pilgrims gathered at the foot of Jasna Góra ended safely, thanks to the police," he said.

    The PiS (Law and Justice) member is also going to submit a legal complaint against participants in the “Equality” march for having desecrated national symbols.
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    "But in the end my Immaculate Heart will triumph"--OL Fatima

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    An LGBT march? Why no Qs there? I can’t believe they didn’t include the Qs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annie View Post
    bad link. Lifesitenews seems to have censored that link also.

    My maternal grandparents were from Poland and devout Catholics.

    If you **** with Jasna Góra you'll have 98% of the Poles ready to put you on up a pike roadside. (Slippy don't get excited, the Poles put up the whole body alive, not just the heads on the pikes..).

    P.S. The Polish flag has a Falcon, not an eagle
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Trapper View Post
    bad link. Lifesitenews seems to have censored that link also.

    My maternal grandparents were from Poland and devout Catholics.

    If you **** with Jasna Góra you'll have 98% of the Poles ready to put you on up a pike roadside. (Slippy don't get excited, the Poles put up the whole body alive, not just the heads on the pikes..).

    P.S. The Polish flag has a Falcon, not an eagle
    https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/hu...-lgbt-marchers
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    Quote Originally Posted by KUSA View Post
    An LGBT march? Why no Qs there? I can’t believe they didn’t include the Qs.
    They did--post pics. Why?
    https://twitter.com/RadioMaryja/stat...ww.pch24.pl%2F

    ETA: Pics above if you're looking to see the flags. Life Site News isn't the kind of place you go for the sensational stuff.
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    The Poles won't put up with that S#!t from Muslims either. Vivat Jan Sobieski!!!

    How Jan Sobieski saved Europe from Islam - Rod Fleming's World
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    As a student of military history for 60 years, with special emphasis on WWII, I deeply respect the courage, and patriotism of the Polish people.
    Since the breakup of the USSR, Poland has been a very strong NATO ally of the United States. Perhaps the strongest in all of Europe.

    https://www.state.gov/u-s-relations-with-poland
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annie View Post
    They did--post pics. Why?
    https://twitter.com/RadioMaryja/stat...ww.pch24.pl%2F

    ETA: Pics above if you're looking to see the flags. Life Site News isn't the kind of place you go for the sensational stuff.
    The Q is for ...., I’ll let Archie Bunker explain.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rice paddy daddy View Post
    As a student of military history for 60 years, with special emphasis on WWII, I deeply respect the courage, and patriotism of the Polish people.
    Since the breakup of the USSR, Poland has been a very strong NATO ally of the United States. Perhaps the strongest in all of Europe.

    https://www.state.gov/u-s-relations-with-poland
    RPD, have you studied Poland from say 1400-1700?

    They kept the Turks, Tartars, and Muslim hordes out eastern and western Europe. They had conflicts in the eastern border with the Cossacks in Ukraine , where the Cossacks allied with the Turks/Tartars. The Hymeltinski uprising. The Cossacks sold theirs and other Christians into Turkish slavery.

    Western Europe dismissed them, except when they needed help, then also stabbed them in the back.

    The Swedes also. I'm glad to see the Muslim influx/payback the Swedes deserve now. The Swedes too, tried to **** with Jasna Gora, Poland's most scared shine.

 

 
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