"The disturbing proposals to outlaw discussion of homosexuality raise serious concerns about the commitment to fundamental rights in Poland," said MEP Kathalijne Buitenweg, a Green party member from the Netherlands, in a statement.Well, considering the first "human rights" group started in Germany in the late 1800's to promote "gay rights" (then called "homosexual rights") and "gay rights" is also promoted under the umbrella of "human rights" today, I'd say Poland's proposed new law does violate "human rights" on the basis of knocking out "gay rights".
"It is shocking that the government of a modern European country would even consider such draconian legislation. The promotion of gay hatred is the antithesis of EU anti-discrimination rules and the Polish government must publicly reject this approach," said Buitenweg.
Now I've been holding back on writing on this topic, for the reason being that I, like many people, feel that it's now not socially acceptable to publicly question and disapprove of "gay rights". I have been posting a bit, despite this sense of unease, but recently I came across a book called The Pink Swastika that has galvanised me to really get into this subject in a more aggressive way.
I find it deeply disturbing that Poland, who was attacked by a country lead by sexual deviants in 1939, now looks like being attacked by the whole European union in defence of sexual deviancy under the guise of "tolerance". If you haven't read the book The Pink Swastika and you are younger than eighty or so, you won't have realised that the Nazi leaders were mostly gay. Right up until the late 60's it was well known by the world that that Nazi leaders were mostly gay. That is until the "gay rights" movement gathered steam in the 70's and have somehow managed to wipe out the gayness of the Nazis from public memory.
I have heard people say many times that it doesn't matter what a person does in the bedroom, that this doesn't affect how they are as a human being. Well, the Nazis put lie to that theory and that's probably why their gay history has been almost wiped clean.
I still haven't been able to read the entirety of Rising '44 - The Battle for Warsaw - it's like being in the depths of Hell. If anyone wants to know the depths of depravity that sexual deviants can stoop to, and has a strong stomach, I recommend the book as well as The Pink Swastika. I always wondered what type of man would order the massacre of a population and then a destruction of a city when the Germans were so obviously loosing the war at that point that it would have made more sense to withdraw and defend German territory.
All of this makes General Pace's comments on immorality in the military and the consequent attacks by liberals and "gay rights" activists all the more ominous. For in Germany, once the Nazis got hold of the military, everything went down hill very quickly. For the same thing to happen to the US military would be beyond disastrous. It would be catastrophic.
Related Link: European Parliament To Examine Polish Anti-Gay Law
UPDATE: Some readers are offended by this post. Or don't believe that what The Pink Swastika has to say could possibly be true. I challenge those people to read the book first before commenting. At least you then you won't be commenting from a position of ignorance.
I'll leave you with a paragraph from the book on how well known the link between homosexuality and Nazis was in the past:
In the 1960s, Nazi homosexuality was so widely acknowledged in America (at least among the “social elites”) that the portrayal of Nazi thugs as homosexual was a frequent occurrence in Hollywood movies. One of the best examples is in Exodus (United Artists, 1960), the film adaptation of the Leon Uris novel about the creation of the State of Israel after World War II. In the film, actor Sal Mineo, playing a young man attempting to join the Irgun (the Jewish underground movement), fails to convince Irgun leaders that he is a genuine Nazi concentration camp survivor. Finally they are convinced — only when he breaks down and confesses that the Nazi guards “used me as a woman.” To the Irgun, this was definitive proof that he had been a Nazi prisoner.