November 20, 2019
Prime Minister of Poland Mateusz Morawieki has said that “support and protection of the family” are at the heart of his government’s policies, and that if opponents to traditional values want a “culture war”, “then we will win it”.
Prime Minister Morawieki delivered a speech in the lower house of Poland’s parliament — the Sejm — on Tuesday, following the October 13th election returning the socially conservative Law and Justice (PiS) party to power. He spoke in support of the party’s plans to expand pro-family welfare spending and to protect children from “social experiments”, alluding to liberal-progressive interest groups’ demands to teach gender ideology in schools.
“There is no consent for social experiments and ideological revolutions. The future of our children is at stake, and this future should be in the hands of parents because this is normality,” the prime minister said in comments reported by Polish web portal Onet.
“Children are inviolable,” he added and warned that “whoever raises his hand — an ideological hand — raises his hand to the whole community.
This article was posted: Wednesday, November 20, 2019 at 7:56 am