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Wednesday, March 3, 2010

European Court of Human Rights: Poland Must Recognize Homosexual “Rights”

Pielgrzymi, Jasna Góra, Częstochowa, Polska 2008
Pilgrims, Jasna Gora, Czestochowa, Poland 2008

The European Court of Human Rights has "overruled" the Polish Constitution and its judicial system in declaring that "a municipality in Poland committed a human rights violation when it denied a homosexual man's petition to inherit his partner's tenancy agreement after the partner died."

The lavender Marxists of the European Union are obliterating the rights and sovereignty of most European countries. They can do so because with Europe's rejection of its Christian foundations, Europeans have lost their raison d'etre, and not knowing who they are and what they are called to be, they see little reason to stand up to the bureaucrats of Brussels, or even the Muslim hordes who are in the process of subsuming them.
But in attempting to treat the Poles like the decayed western European countries, the EU is about to discover it has overreached. The Poles will never accept a culture of sodomy, abortion and all the flotsam that accompanies a dying civilization. Indeed, they are the antidote and the only hope of saving the rest.

Our first post back in July 2007, describes the day King Jan Sobieski stunned the Ottoman Empire when his severely outnumbered Polish hussars drove a hundred thousand Turks into the Danube. God rewards faithfulness, and the Poles are faithful, stubborn, and possess the quiet strength and assurance that comes from purity and righteousness. In the hellfire of the twentieth century, they were proved and hardened for this time like gold in a furnace. Churchill understood the quiet strength of Poland when he likened her to a rock, “which may for a time be submerged by a tidal wave, but which remains a rock. ..."

At one time morality plays were staged on the steps of Europe's great cathedrals. We are about to witness one of history's great morality plays on a far grander stage. And as in those medieval dramas, good will ultimately triumph over evil.

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