Zbigniew Ziobro was asked about the European Commission (EC) rejecting notions to join the “Town Twinning” project from Polish towns which introduced LGBT ideology-free zones and accepted the Family Rights Card. “The Polish government should react assertively to this issue and defend Polish municipalities from the EC’s lawless actions,” he answered.
Ziobro pointed out that LGBT activists receive significant financial aid from the EU despite their aggressive and excessive behaviors and EU commissioner for equality, Helena Dalli will not strip away their funding because she believes that their actions deserve tolerance.
He stressed that some Polish municipalities, in the eyes of the EU, do not deserve tolerance for not wanting to have LGBT ideology imposed upon them.
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