Politics Poland riots


Decent article on the subject with some background and history . Never knew the church was such a big deal in Poland . I'd class religion almost extinct in the UK past weddings and funerals not that people see them as religious ceremonies anymore anyway .
 
Never knew the church was such a big deal in Poland . I'd class religion almost extinct in the UK past weddings and funerals not that people see them as religious ceremonies anymore anyway .
It is. I met an English pastor who was an agency shunter at Argos. When he said he was a pastor, I simply burst out laughing. It wasn’t nice, but it was something totally unfvckingimaginable, as priests don’t do any extra jobs in Poland.
Young people often call Poland “Cathotaliban”.
The most infamous priest is Tadeusz Rydzyk. He has his private radio and he took millions in donations from religious people, tricking them into thinking that he would use these money to save a shipyard that was in a bad financial condition. The shipyard bankrupted, but he has never paid these money back and he has not paid any tax either.
The current government supports him financially, donating HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS to him. Apart from the radio, he owns a private university, a spa and several expensive cars like Maybachs.
You can see a video of him when he tries to stop people from kissing his hand:
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Apparently there are wounded as the police used weapons.

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Photojournalist Tomasz Gutry shot during riots

 
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Apparently there are wounded as the police used weapons.

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Photojournalist Tomasz Gutry shot during riots

The journalist was caught in the crossfire.
The violence was initiated by not-so-much-largely-peaceful nationalistic fvckwits who were attacking peaceful people.
Here, you can see these cvnts setting a balcony on fire with fireworks. They didn’t like the owner who displayed a banner, saying he supports the female protests. They missed the target, so they set the balcony below ablaze.
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I haven’t seen such a stupid sh1t in Poland yet. If I had not seen these Polish flags and heard the voices, I’d have thought this video was made in France or the USA.
 
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A few messages twatted by Warsaw police:
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Don’t confuse these two events. You started off your topic with the female protests against tightening the abortion regulations, while you continued with showing a random person injured with a rubber bullet.
These two events are totally unrelated, as a traditional independence march took place in Warsaw on the 11th November. It happens every year, but some “patriots” thought it would be a great idea to attack the police with fire and paving stones. On top of that, many of them showed a lot of hostility towards the people who supported the female protests. Unfortunately, these fvckwits were not in London, so the police did not back down and used rubber bullets occasionally.
Some random people, like the guy from your photo, were accidentally injured as well.
 

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