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Poland’s Catholics Protect Children’s Pilgrimage from LGBT Protesters.

Plus Romanian pro normalcy groups counterprotest the LGBT march in Romania. Mainstream media silent.

From Lifesitenews, June 18, 2019.

Hundreds of Polish Catholics protect children’s pilgrimage from LGBT marchers

-CZĘSTOCHOWA, Poland, June 18, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – Hundreds of Polish Catholics blocked the street to their nation’s holiest shrine as an LGBT march approached a children’s rosary procession.

-The 20th Pilgrimage of the Children’s Backyard Rosary Circles (“XX Pielgrzymka Podwórkowych Kół Różańcowych Dzieci”) to the Shrine of Jasna Góra in Częstochowa took place without incident, thanks to police and hundreds of adults who separated the devotional event from the famous city’s second LGBT “Pride March.”

-According to Polish website Polonia Christiana, there were fears that the pro-homosexual demonstration would invade the sanctuary of Jasna Góra, where the icon of the Black Madonna of Częstochowa is housed. A group calling itself the Men’s Defence of Jasna Góra (Męska Obrona Jasnej Góry) was one among other groups standing bodily in the paths to the shrine while police lined the marchers’ official route, keeping them far from the children’s event.

-Polonia Christiana reported that the ordinary of Częstochowa, Archbishop Wacław Depo, had judged the city’s second LGBT parade to be a “deliberate provocation aimed at the children in the whole of Catholic Poland.”

Full article here:

https://www  .lifesitenews  .com/news/hundreds-of-polish-catholics-protect-childrens-pilgrimage-from-lgbt-marchers

On the ground in Romania. What you won’t find on RFERL or Reuters.

Checking out Reuters and RFERL, the claim was that 10000 people attended the LGBT march. A news site called Libertatea dot Ro has also published a series of photos showing what seems like a significant gathering of LGBT marchers.

https://www  .libertatea  .ro/stiri/bucharest-pride-2019-bucuresti-2674101

There’s no coverage of the counter protesters who marched against the LGBT groups on Sunday.  One person on the ground has chimed in with photos however.  If you can’t get the facts from the corporate news, then you just have to trust real people from now on.

Note: these people are just regular people with regular jobs and regular lives.  It would not be fair to call all of them nazis in this hyper polarized era of news journalism, because we don’t know what their political beliefs are. All we know is that they’re normal people wearing normal clothes, and they range from being young people to seniors.

I really don’t understand how anyone could call them nazis when they’re clearly a mix of genders, ages, physical appearance, and occupation. Is it really accurate to call them nazis? How would you define a nazi? Is the Romanian flag nazi? Are police officers nazi? Are children nazi? It’s really mind boggling.

 

 

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