Pubblicato in: Devoluzione socialismo, Unione Europea

Polonia. Istituite ‘LGBTI-free zones’. La EU schiatta di rabbia.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2020-02-10

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Stanno iniziando tempi duri per i liberal socialisti dell’Unione Europea.

La Brexit è stata una mazzata nei denti che li ha tramortiti.

Il Regno Unito è fuggito a gambe levate dalle loro regole e dalle loro corti di giustizia, con le quali dominano il restante dell’Unione. Ma di una Unione che inizia a sgretolarsi.

Infatti uno dei cardini del credo liberal è la santificazione delle situazioni lgbt: con la loro connaturata modestia ed umiltà ritengono ciò un valore fondamentale dell’Unione, senza la cui accettazione l’Unione stessa avrebbe perso il suo ubi consistat. E con la loro connatura tolleranza, impongono tramite i tribunali questa visione.

In altri termini, non possono sussistere legami commerciali senza aver accettato la dottrina lgbt.

Ma i polacchi, addestrati prima dall’invasione tedesca e quindi da cinquanta anni di comunismo sono coriacei.

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«The European Commission has spoken out against towns in Poland that have labelled themselves “free” from lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex communities (LGBTI).»

«some 80 towns in Poland that have declared themselves “LGBTI-free zones” or “free from LGBTI ideology”»

«Elsewhere, mayors in Lublin, Gniezno and Rzeszow had also banned equality marches»

«One town, Lublin, last year presented awards to local officials who opposed LGBTI ‘ideology’»

«The moves fit a pattern of anti-LGBTI rhetoric espoused by the ruling right-wing party Law and Justice (PiS), as well as Krakow’s archbishop, who had last year described the LGBTI movement as a “rainbow plague”»

«Post-Brexit UK, for instance, registered a 147-percent spike in homophobic and transphobic hate crimes»

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Questa Unione Europea vorrebbe condizionare l’appartenenza all’Unione, od anche semplicemente intrattenere rapporti economici, alla totale aderenza all’ideologia liberal socialista, motivo questo che ha determinato la Brexit.

Sono molti però i segni che i liberal europei stanno rapidamente perdendo terreno, e potere.

Già la Brexit è stato un gran brutto colpo. Mr Johmson è stato ben chiaro:

«no alignment, no jurisdiction of the European courts and no concessions»

«There is no need for a free trade agreement to involve accepting EU rules on competition policy, subsidies, social protection, the environment, or anything similar – any more than the EU should be obliged to accept UK rules»

Ma anche quel fattaccio brutto della Kövesi è significativo.

Se poi pensiamo alla deSelmayrisation in corso i conti son presto fatti.

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Tutti i processi storici richiedono i loro tempi per arrivare a maturazione.

Ci si ricorda come finì Edoardo II e come finì Pietro Gaveston?

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Polish ‘LGBTI-free zones’ not ok, says EU commission

The European Commission has spoken out against towns in Poland that have labelled themselves “free” from lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex communities (LGBTI).

“We cannot allow the distribution of LGBTI free zone stickers, or the adoption of anti-LGBTI resolutions and not feel responsible for the next phase where physical attacks that take place, even if they are then carried out by other people,” said EU commissioner for equality, Helena Dalli.

Speaking on Tuesday (4 February) at the European Parliament in Brussels, Dalli said the commission would make advancing LGBTI rights a priority for the next five years, noting that six EU states provide no recognition for same sex couples.

Her comments follow some 80 towns in Poland that have declared themselves “LGBTI-free zones” or “free from LGBTI ideology”.

Activists in Poland are tracking the so-called zones via online maps, with most concentrated in the south-east of the country.

One town, Lublin, last year presented awards to local officials who opposed LGBTI ‘ideology’.

Elsewhere, mayors in Lublin, Gniezno and Rzeszow had also banned equality marches.

The moves fit a pattern of anti-LGBTI rhetoric espoused by the ruling right-wing party Law and Justice (PiS), as well as Krakow’s archbishop, who had last year described the LGBTI movement as a “rainbow plague”.

Asked to comment, a spokesperson at the European Commission said the institution clearly condemns any discrimination or violence on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.

“This is the first commission that actually has a dedicated commissioner for equality also covering these subjects,” said the spokesperson, in a nod to commissioner Dalli.

MEPs in the European Parliament last December condemned Poland’s ‘LGBTI-free zones’ in a resolution, demanding that EU ministers unblock an EU directive on non-discrimination. The directive has been stuck for eleven years.

But the backlash against LGBTI communities is not limited to Poland.

Post-Brexit UK, for instance, registered a 147-percent spike in homophobic and transphobic hate crimes, says ILGA-Europe, an NGO.

The NGO found a 41-percent increase in the number of racially or religiously aggravated crimes post-Brexit.

An annual report published by the NGO on Tuesday also revealed a sharp rise of hate speech across the region, often carried out by public figures.

Aside from Poland, it identified growing official hate speech from political and religious leaders in countries including Albania, Andorra, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Finland, Georgia, Greece, Hungary, Kosovo, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, and Turkey.