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Left-wing party describes Holy Family as ‘migrants’

By: V4 Agency

Poland’s centre-left Spring (Wiosna) political party commemorated International Migrants Day with the image of the Holy Family. Christianity has recently become the target of an increasing number of attacks in Poland.

18 December is widely known as the United Nations International Migrants Day. The UN has released a short film drawing attention to the stigmatisation and discrimination of migrants in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic.

The day was commemorated by several international organisations and political parties, including some based in Poland, which belongs to the V4 group of states.

Poland’s centre-left Spring (Wiosna) party felt obligated to mark the special day, and they did so on Twitter.

“On World Migrant Day, we are reminding you that human rights apply to everyone. We oppose hatred and support the vision of an open, friendly and diverse society, where everyone can feel at home,” they said.

A picture of the Holy Family was also attached to the post, and the message read:

“Don’t forget to hate migrants when you’re celebrating the story of a Middle Eastern family that sought refuge abroad.”

 

 

Poland has faced several anti-Christian attacks recently.

Pro-abortion protesters, for example, vandalised statues of Saint John Paul II.

A café in Warsaw began selling Christmas wafers emblazoned with the pro-abortion protesters’ red lightning bolt. On Christmas Eve, Poles pass a wafer around the dinner table. Everyone breaks off a piece and wishes the other family members well, but this tradition is being mocked by pro-abortion activists.

 

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