‘Poland can’t take in what is wrong and harmful from the West,’ says Polish conservative leader Kaczyński

By Grzegorz Adamczyk
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If Poland’s Law and Justice party (PiS) wins the upcoming elections, it will act against “the ability of minority, leftist groups to terrorize schools,” said party chairman Jarosław Kaczyński during a public meeting in the Silesia region.

“One dominating ideology, destroying all, children and youth in particular, leads to that,” said Kaczyński. For decades, he has argued that a moral revolution that some call the neo-Marxist revolution has marched through the Western world’s institutions.

“This revolution refers to the moral sphere, but also to the base of democracy, which is the freedom of speech, and we plan to counter it,” said Kaczyński. “We want Poland to stand in clean water, and we will purify this water from everything that is wrong, revolting against and destroying our culture, when we win the elections,” he added.

Kaczyński continued that Poles should take in from the West what is good: technology, elements of positive social changes, as well as models of administration.

However, Poland should definitely not take in what is wrong and harmful and “the moral changes that look as if the lumpenproletariat achieved a political victory,” said the leader of PiS.

“Bringing a society down to the lumpenproletarian level, especially societies, such as Poland, that do not have different kinds of precautions existing in other societies that had a luckier history. It is simply a crime,” pointed out Kaczyński.

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