In the background of the conflict between Poland and Brussels over the so-called rule of law in Poland, a Europe is developing that neither philosophers nor 20th century dictators could ever dream of.
Step by step, in the name of a greener, more sensitive and beautiful reality — with the backing of the enlightened European Parliament and under the pressure of new madmen of the Cultural Revolution — we will be subjected to indoctrination and prohibitions unheard of before in the history of Europe.
Cultural shifts, such as the advent of two mothers raising a child without a father, will seem like an innocent game in the new world they are building for us.
European powers could very well collapse in this theater of absurd and totalitarianism. The new ideology is being used to combat countries which oppose it, and Poland is one of them.
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