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Deputy speaker of Polish lower house disparages gays

By |2018-01-16T12:15:03-05:00June 19th, 2008|News|

by Rex Wockner


Stefan Niesiolowski, a deputy speaker of Poland’s lower house of Parliament, the Sejm, disparaged gays June 5 during a televised debate on a court decision that deprived a lesbian mother of custody of her 4-year-old daughter.
“The court didn’t bow down to the pressure of the aggressive homosexual community, which came to make a scene as they usually do,” Niesiolowski said. “This community is so compulsive that they tried to influence a court decision. … It’s unacceptable for (the child) to have two mothers or fathers. If they (gays) want to live together, then fine, but get the hell away from children.”
Niesiolowski vowed to “fight the serious pathology which is a pair of lesbians with a child.”
“Not too long ago homosexuals said ‘don’t persecute us’ and now they demand adoption and the right to raise children, and that will never be allowed,” he said.

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