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Polish-Hungarian Friendship Day

“Christianity is Europe’s last hope….. The danger we face comes from the West, from politicians in Brussels, Berlin and Paris.”
     – Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orbán

Pole and Hungarian — two brothers,
good for saber and for glass.
Both courageous, both lively,
May God bless them.

Stand with Catholic Poland

Catholic Poland is under some incredible slanderous attacks from the Anglo-Zionist Empire.

Polish patriotism, which is essentially Catholic in character, is being equated by earthly ‘principalities and powers’ who hate the Faith with Nazism and with Islamic Jihadism.

Stand with Catholic Poland.

Catholics threatened with Genocide

A big demonstration in Lviv, yesterday, by followers of the World War II Nazi-collaborators who founded the Ukrainian State upon the genocidal butchering of up to 100,000 Polish men, women and children in Volhynia and Galicia beginning in March 1943.

On the banner in the first photo above, along with the anti-Polish statement, is a picture of Shukhevych, one of the Nazi-collaborationist leaders behind the genocide of Catholic Poles.

“The atrocities were carried out indiscriminately and without restraint. The victims, regardless of their age or gender, were routinely tortured to death. Norman Davies in ‘No Simple Victory’ gives a short, but shocking description of the massacres. He writes:

‘Villages were torched. Roman Catholic priests were axed or crucified. Churches were burned with all their parishioners. Isolated farms were attacked by gangs carrying pitchforks and kitchen knives. Throats were cut. Pregnant women were bayoneted. Children were cut in two. Men were ambushed in the field and led away. The perpetrators could not determine the province’s future. But at least they could determine that it would be a future without Poles.’

An OUN order from early 1944 stated:

‘Liquidate all Polish traces. Destroy all walls in the Catholic Church and other Polish prayer houses. Destroy orchards and trees in the courtyards so that there will be no trace that someone lived there… Pay attention to the fact that when something remains that is Polish, then the Poles will have pretensions to our land’. ”

Yesterday’s demonstration, which glorified the genocidal massacre of 100,000 Catholic Poles in the 1940’s, called for the ‘removal’ of Polish-speakers from western Ukraine.

To comprehend the seriousness of this threat to Catholic Poles it is enough to consider the terror these monsters have launched against Russian-speakers in eastern Ukraine following the George Soros and CIA facilitated coup that turned Ukraine over to them.

 

Betrayed by British Politicians Again

After being betrayed by the British to be butchered by invading Nazi barbarians in 1939.

And after being betrayed by the British again at the Yalta Conference in 1945 and left at the mercy of Soviet Communist barbarity.

All the while imprisoned and suffering in Nazi concentration camps and Soviet gulags because of British perfidy, whilst Polish airmen valiantly and decisively gave their lives successfully defending Britain’s shores in the Battle of Britain, it seems almost impossible to imagine that the British political class could yet again betray the memory of the brave Poles who fought against Nazi and Communism barbarity.

But that is exactly what has happened with a small Polish commemoration that has taken place over the past few years in Rusilip, West London, where the Polish War Memorial is located.

Read more…….

Abortion-free Poland on the way?

Abortion was up for debate in the Polish parliament last week resulting in draft legislation to liberalise the current laws being thrown out.

At the moment there are about 1000 ‘legal’ unborn baby murders every year in Poland. Approximately 96% of these abortions are granted on grounds of suspected disability of the unborn baby.

At the same time draft legislation to tighten the current ‘law’, by banning abortion on grounds of disability, was passed and can now go on to the next stage of the legislative process.

The End of Abortion in Poland?

On 30th November, 2017, the Legislative Initiative Committee ‘Stop Abortion’ submitted to the Marshal of the Sejm a draft amendment to Poland’s abortion law. The initiative was supported by a record high number of Poles – as many as 830 thousand people signed their names calling for a change in the law! That equates to approximately 1.4 million people in Britain. The Speaker of the Sejm now has to set the date of the first parliamentary reading within 3 months.

The amendment proposed by the Life and Family Foundation contains a slight change in the wording of the Act, but which will enormous consequences in practice. By deleting from the current abortion law the reason of genetic malformation, i.e. a provision permitting the killing of a child because of suspicion of disability or other genetic condition, it will prevent the vast majority of children being killed. Eugenic reasons for abortion account for 95% of all abortions in Poland. When it comes to numbers, the increase is visible from year to year. In 2015, 1,000 out of the 1044 so-called ‘legal’ abortions were due tio perceived birth defects. And in 2016, genetic defect accounted for 1042 out of 1098 so-called ‘legal’ abortions.

It is also a practice of particular cruelty, because abortion due to a genetic defect is performed at an advanced stage of pregnancy (5-6 months). Another monstrous reality in Polish hospitals is live birth abortion, after which children are left to certain death without any medical help, because the aborters are protected by law. In this way, people with disabilities are still murdered in Polish hospitals with impunity and under protection of the so-called law.

Quo Vadis Europe?

A conference speech given two years ago in Wroclaw, Poland, by a founding trustee of The Saint George Educational Trust.

Please read and distribute to family, friends and colleagues ‘The Attack on the Family and the European Response’, written by ProVita onlus in Italy, and available from The Saint George Educational Trust for £16.00 including p&p within the U.K. Please make cheques/postal orders payable in pounds sterling to ‘The Saint George Educational Trust’, and send to: SGET, 225 Andover House, George Yard, Andover, Hampshire, SP10 1PB.

Rosary for Life and Faith

Following the very successful public Rosary chain at more than 4,000 locations around the entire borders of Poland back in October, Irish Catholics are organising a rosary chain around the borders of Ireland for 26th November.

In Poland an estimated one million Catholics prayed for the salvation of Poland whilst commemorating the anniversaries of the appearances and warnings to mankind of Our Lady of Fatima, and of victory at the Battle of Lepanto in the 16th century (following which the Feast of the Holy Rosary was established).

75,000 Pro-Life Poles with Banners!

Having some colourful banners on display is always a good way of attracting attention and promoting a message. But to make sure everyone sees the message you need some poles.

Here’s a great video of some pro-life and anti-abortion banners supported by more than seventy-five thousand Poles in Warsaw on Friday 11th November.

Before the enormous march in Warsaw to mark Polish Independence Day some invited delegates including a founding trustee of the The Saint George Educational Trust were shown around the Polish Parliament by the organisers including a member of the parliament, Robert Winnicki .

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A Christian Response to Europe’s Crisis

ONR Commemoration Bialystok Cathedral 16th April 2016

ONR Commemoration Bialystok Cathedral 16th April 2016

These are troubling times. Europe is apparently on the verge of meltdown. Unable to withstand the heat caused by the growing friction between the European Union and its member states, especially as the former tries to force an open-door immigration policy on its member nations, there are fears that the melting pot might be melting. Such fears have been exacerbated by the rise of the new right, or what many would call the far right, in Europe.

Read more at the Catholic Herald