Poland: Normal People Outnumber Faggot Paraders 4 to 1

Daily Stormer
July 21, 2019

You goyim thought you could have a nice, quiet town somewhere, didn’t you?

Remember goyim – not accepting every piece of degenerate gibberish Shlomo dreams up in the cesspits of his inbred mind is undemocratic.


A Polish city celebrated its first-ever LGBTQ equality march on Saturday, but it struck a starkly different tone to the joyous and hedonistic affairs associated with pride parades.

Ringed by riot police, around 1,000 pride marchers walked defiantly through the streets of the northeastern city of Bialystok as thousands of nationalist football “ultra” fans, far-right groups and others threw flash bombs, rocks and glass bottles.

I wasn’t aware hedonism is now explicitly a virtue.

As counter-protesters yelled “God, honor and motherland” and “Bialystok free of perverts,” the pride marchers chanted “Poland free of fascists” in return. Police said about 4,000 people were involved in demonstrations against the march.

Bags of flour and other objects were thrown out of Communist-era housing blocks at the pride marchers, who were moving along a 3-kilometer (1.8 mile) route through the city center.

According to Bialystok’s police spokesman, Tomasz Krupa, the violence led to the detention of 20 people, four of whom were suspected of committing crimes, including the use of threats and insults against officers.

Good thing the badge niggers were there to defend the freaks and arrest people for… insulting (?) them.

Because nothing says (((democracy))) quite like the state oppressing the majority at the behest of a bunch of freaks that nobody likes.

It’s principles and values, WHO WE ARE!

The city of 298,000 people is located in the conservative region of Podlasie, a stronghold for Poland’s ruling right-wing Law and Justice party, known by its acronym PiS.

According to anti-racism groups, Bialystok has become a byword for its strong far-right movements. “Many of the acts of xenophobic aggression have been committed in Podlasie compared to other regions in Poland,” Rafal Pankowski, from the anti-extremism group Never Again, told CNN.

“Rafal” appears to be a very common first name among Jews in Poland.

Of course, first names aren’t proof of anything – most people named David are non-Jews – but given him being a professional defender of filth as well, I think I can make an educated guess.

But the hostile atmosphere did not dampen the mood of a multi-generational group of marchers, who described the event as a victory in their fight for more equality — despite the threats.

“I am trying to see this in a joyful way, but this march is also sad for me because I did not think it would be as dangerous as it is,” Anna Pietrucha, 26, who came from Warsaw to speak at the march, told CNN.

Saturday’s march was one of 24 parades scheduled to take place this year in Poland — a record number that campaigners say is a reaction to the uptick of homophobic and transphobic language by Poland’s Catholic leaders and PiS.

“We are in the middle of an ongoing wave of hateful propaganda, which is fueled by both the state and the Catholic Church,” Hubert Sobecki, co-president of Warsaw-based LGBT+ organization Love Does Not Exclude, told CNN from a cafe in Bialystok.

Another (((NGO))) working against the majority on behalf of a tiny minority, because that’s also principles and values.

These people in charge of the Polish government really should crack down on these fucking NGOs, as well as on who’s funding them.

Just ban them from taking any foreign funds and you’ve basically killed them.

And while they’re at it, they should change their name to something with a better acronym.

According to officials, there were about 32 protests registered for Saturday, the majority in opposition to the pride march.

These included a family picnic at Bialystok’s Branicki Palace — organized by Artur Kosicki, the marshal of Podlasie — and an outdoor prayer vigil next door at the Roman Catholic Bialystok Cathedral.

Bialystok’s Catholic Archbishop Tadeusz Wojda called on congregants to “defend Christian values” by attending the picnic, adding that the LGBTQ march was “an initiative foreign to” the region.

The picnic had bouncy castles, folk musicians and the local army regiment exhibiting its artillery. CNN approached Kosicki, who is from PiS, for an interview, but he declined. PiS and the government also ignored repeated requests for comment by CNN.


Also, notice how literally all of society – the Church, the army, the government – is still normal in Poland.

And in spite of this, they couldn’t just ban these faggots from organizing their filth to begin with.

Because (((principles))) and (((values))).

Many Poles in the country’s urban centers are supportive of the push for more LGBTQ rights, with Warsaw hosting its largest pride parade earlier in June.

But there has been resistance elsewhere to the community’s increasing visibility in a country where same-sex marriage and adoptions are illegal, and anti-LGBTQ attacks are not considered a hate crime by law.

I hate big cities…

They’re the death of every virtue man has.

Once we deal with the Jews and the monkeypeople, our main focus should be on creating an economic system without these dysgenic urban death zones, and to build a world of villages and small towns.

In the run-up to October’s general election, PiS party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski framed the opposition’s support for more equality as an “attack on the family,” calling LGBTQ rights a “threat” in the devout Catholic country.

“I think the way that some politicians of this party spoke publicly about LGBT[Q] issues made other people in Poland less afraid to use hate speech,” local gay rights activist Joanna Gluszek, 28, who co-organized Bialystok’s march told CNN.

Critics say the tactic helps rally its more religious and rural base. “All the signs are showing that Kaczynski will continue with the scapegoat strategy, which goes hand-in-hand with the Polish Catholic church that has made the LGBTQ community its biggest enemy,” said Miroslawa Makuchowska, head of the political division of the Polish advocacy group Campaign Against Homophobia.

In Bialystok, leaflets anonymously placed around the city ahead of the march said that streets would be “contaminated with LGBT bacteria” on Saturday.

“Even though the march faced obstacles … I hope it’s a start of a new mindset here,” Gluszek said in a text message after the march. “The [march’s] participants, mostly Bialystok citizens, didn’t let fear overcome them and showed they are not afraid.”

There sure are a lot of people who make a living by promoting this filth.

And you’re “anti-democratic” if you so much as ask who pays them to do this.

Funny, isn’t it?

BTW, people who do anti-faggot campaigns really should use pics like this one for posters/flyers/etc.

Just showing people what these freaks do once they’re no longer “oppressed” is more effective than a thousand sermons.