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Pro-family groups in Poland propose law to defend children from aggressive homosexual agenda

.- TheMinister of Education in Poland, together with the Polish League ofFamilies, has proposed a new law to protect children in the country’sschools from “aggressive and obscene homosexual propaganda” thatportrays the gay lifestyle as “normal and acceptable.”

The new law would punish school administrators that allow homosexual activists into their schools, in order to protect the rights of parents “to educate their children according to the values system they choose.”

“The homosexual agenda is a threat to that freedom,” explained the spokesman of the Polish League of Families, Krzysztof Bosak.  “In Poland, homosexual activists have tried to distribute very obscene pamphlets in schools.  This must stop for the good of our children, so that their security and freedom are free of this harassment,” he added.

Bosak noted some of the abuses that occur in other countries that promote the homosexual agenda.  “In Canada we see courts preventing parents from opposing homosexual propaganda in the classrooms of their children.”

Pointing to another case in Massachusetts, Bosak said, “We have seen how one man was arrested because he asked the school principal to exempt his son from classes that promote homosexuality.”

“In England a program has been implemented to teach children gay and lesbian history, which has little to do with history or science and everything to do with an ideology that is harmful to children,” he continued.

“Gay activists wish to impose on society a point of view that assumes that homosexuality is normal,” Bosak said.  “We see how the gay lifestyle destroys people’s health, we see higher levels of pathologies, addictions, suicide, violence and abuse among people who embrace this homosexual lifestyle,” he warned.  

“This is not something that should be taught to our children as normal, natural, or healthy,” Bosak stressed.

“Nobody is attacking persons with homosexual tendencies,” he underscored.  “What we oppose is the dangerous political and social movement that uses the problems of gays to promote an agenda that is dangerous for the foundations of our civilization,” Bosak said. 


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