Polish TV commentator: Varadkar is an avowed homosexual who parades his deviance

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The Poland of today is very different from the Poland that was formed after WW1. The modern borders of Poland were established in 1945 and this made Poland more ethnically homogeneous. The Germans were expelled, the Orthodox Ukrainians and Belarusians became part of the USSR - most of Poland Jews had been murdered by the nazis or later left. Polish identity in the communist period became connected with the Catholic Church especially when John Paul II became Pope. Polish nationalism and Catholicism became synonymous in the 1980s. The Poland that emerged post-communism was one of the most Catholic countries in the World.
Yeah, this is true. And PiS don not want this to change, even though it is changing. It is why they are anti-immigration and are attempting to remove objectivity from media, justice and education.

A huge difference in between Ireland and Poland is that any child-abuse scandals connected to the church have not reached critical mass, and PiS will do their best to avoid this happening.
 


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Yeah, this is true. And PiS don not want this to change, even though it is changing. It is why they are anti-immigration and are attempting to remove objectivity from media, justice and education.

A huge difference in between Ireland and Poland is that any child-abuse scandals connected to the church have not reached critical mass, and PiS will do their best to avoid this happening.
I agree with you that PiS should recognise the contribution of other cultures, religions and nationalities to the modern Polish country. Saying Varadkar has a "perversion" or whatever is farcical in this day and age. But at the same time I respect Polish sovereignty and I don't believe the EU should be allowed to impose refugee quotas upon them. Perhaps there is a hypocrisy in that the Poles like all the benefits of EU membership but aren't so keen on the responsibilities but sometimes I wish Irish politicians would stand up for Ireland instead of being such lackeys for Brussels.
 

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Let's say there were two scenarios. In one scenario the daft cow characterized Leo as being a dirty homosexual and in another scenario she said he was lovely. What difference would it make to life in Ireland?
 

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Invade them.
 

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No
Let's say there were two scenarios. In one scenario the daft cow characterized Leo as being a dirty homosexual and in another scenario she said he was lovely. What difference would it make to life in Ireland?

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Let's say there were two scenarios. In one scenario the daft cow characterized Leo as being a dirty homosexual and in another scenario she said he was lovely. What difference would it make to life in Ireland?
I think how Ireland is viewed in other countries is of interest.
 

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Not a fake news. And the list is reportedly growing. The organisation behind the initiative is said to be receiving hundreds of new submissions each week. Every abuse case, every victim on the map is verified.
That has nothing to do with the topic under discussion
 

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That has nothing to do with the topic under discussion
Oh it has. A lot. This is what every hypocrite ultra-conservatism fanatic is protecting: Clergy class. Every time they attack gay or liberty I'll throw this into their dirty faces, hypocrisy and real sick deviance.
 

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Poland is the EU's "South" in American terms.
 

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Just checked her out , she’s very plain looking. However, she is still e titled to her opinion. Varadakar admits the homosexual sex so the rest is just opinion. No need to cry about it.
 

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But if you read the whole article it says that many genes are likely to be involved. The point of the article isnt the absence of a genetic basis, but rather the absence of it being based on one gene alone. The Catholic Right have been misleadingly tweeting that story without context.

The article says:

......But biology does in part determine sexual orientation ....
 

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No

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It's his ethnicity that gets used against us. An Indian with a weird surname is the face of Ireland? Ridiculous

As soon as Brexit happens he should feck off with Matthew to Brussels.
 

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It's his ethnicity that gets used against us. An Indian with a weird surname is the face of Ireland? Ridiculous

What, like De Valera, Lemass, Pearse....?
 


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