After Spain pushes to legalize bestiality, Polish justice minister says ‘leftism is a plague of the 21st century’

The Spanish parliament has allowed children as young as 12 to change their gender on demand while another piece of legislation, if passed, will legalize zoophilia

editor: Grzegorz Adamczyk
Poland's Minister of Justice Zbigniew Ziobro. (Source:

Polish Justice Minister Zbigniew Ziobro called leftism “a plague of the 21 century,” while referring to the recent bills adopted by the Spanish Parliament that allow for gender changes on demand and legal bestiality.

“Leftism is the plague of the 21st century. Spaniards allowed children to change their gender on demand. Now, they are legalizing bestiality, while (individuals) using a rat’s trap may result in imprisonment. The leftist virus is also circulating here (in Warsaw) and infected Trzaskowski (Warsaw’s mayor) is already trying to ban meat consumption,” posted the Polish minister of justice on Twitter.

Last Thursday, the Spanish parliament approved a law allowing people over 16 to change their legally-recognized gender without medical evaluation. Those aged 12 to 13 will need a judge’s approval, while people aged 14 and 15 will need parental permission. Both chambers of the parliament approved the law prepared by the Equal Rights Ministry.

Also, the lower house of the parliament, the Congress of Deputies, passed the bill on the welfare of animals, prohibiting the killing of mice and snakes that enter a household as well as the use of rat poison under penalty of up to two years in prison.

Up to now, Spanish legislation included an absolute ban on zoophilia regarding household, domesticated or herd animals. Now, the Spanish parliament decided to lift the ban, allowing the possibility of having sexual intercourse with all vertebrates, except in cases where the animal is injured.

The specific Spanish legislation now contains a provision stating that “having sexual intercourse with an animal is illegal if the said act causes an injury requiring veterinary treatment to restore the health of the vertebrate.”

Before the law is passed, it must be approved by the upper house, the Senate. Some conservatives are hoping that senators will correct the bill and keep bestiality illegal. However, it is not likely, as the majority of seats are controlled by the left-wing coalition.

In his tweet, the Polish justice minister, Zbigniew Ziobro, also referred to the report on consumption by the C40 cities organization working against climate change. Cities from around the globe are a part of the initiative, including Warsaw.

In recent days, some conservative politicians have accused Warsaw City Mayor Rafał Trzaskowski of supporting the proposals included in the report to limit the consumption of products such as meat and dairy.

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