The Nobel Peace Prize and former Polish President Lech Walesa said that their views on homosexuality have led who cancel you two conferences in the United States, showing that gays "pursues and punishes the majority".
The Nobel Peace Prize and former Polish President Lech Walesa said that their views on homosexuality have caused they canceled two conferences in the United States, which shows that the gay minority is "effective" and "pursues and punishes the most".
Walesa, hailed as the hero in the fight against communism and symbol of the arrival of democracy in Poland, said several weeks ago that homosexuals "should sit in the last row of the Parliament or even behind a wall", and not seek to impose their postures minority against the majority of the population.
In statements to radio station RMF, Walesa regretted that those statements have resulted in the cancellation of two conferences in the United States and that he has ceased to enter $70,000.
This is the reason why Lech Walesa considered a "victim" of the "gay lobby", which accused "use his influence immediately" against it and be a force that sustains "in pain and resentment".
It is true that, following their controversial statements, several gay and lesbian organizations accused you of being an enemy of minorities, representing the extreme right and be an antidemocrata.
"Do they have to show off (their sexual tendency) in front of the most?", again to wonder today the Polish politician, referring to the annual Pride Parade gay in Warsaw and other cities around the world.
"They should be demure, adhere to their privacy, not show (their sexuality)", argued the ex-leader of solidarity.
Poland is one of the most conservative and Catholic Europe, although paradoxically its Parliament has an openly gay Congressman, Robert Biedron, and a parliamentary transsexual, Anna Grodzka, both anti-clerical party movement Palikot.
Lech Walesa, who has eight children and is a renowned practicing Catholic, was the first President of the democratic Poland and their opinions are still reference between great part of Polish society.
Source: Diario Vasco.