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Polish Govt. to Crush Marxists in State Media

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The Polish government has passed a law to stamp out Marxists in the state media who promote the “mixture of cultures and races,” and a “world made up of cyclists and vegetarians who only use renewable energy,” and who “fight all forms of religion.”

The law on “national media” was passed last week by the newly elected Law and Justice party (PiS) government—which is the first democratically-elected Polish government to have an absolute majority in Parliament—and will now be submitted to the Polish president for signature.

Defending the law in an interview with the Bild newspaper, Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski said the law would act as a counterbalance for the privately owned media in Poland, which promote liberal values and are biased against the government.

“The previous government carried out a leftist program [in the public media],” Minister Waszczykowski said.

“It was as if the world was set up according to a Marxist model which has to automatically develop in one direction only—a new mixture of cultures and races, a world made up of cyclists and vegetarians, who only use renewable energy and fight all forms of religion,” he told the shocked Bild interviewer.

“These policies have nothing to do with traditional Polish values,” he continued, identifying those values as “traditions, awareness of history, patriotism, faith in God, in a normal family life between husband and wife.”

All the new law was aimed at, Minister Waszczykowski said, was enabling the government to “heal our country of these diseases [which were promoted earlier], so that it can again recover.”

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We can only hope our next pres does the same thing. The media in the U.S. Is the absolute worse! 

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