The revolution in Poland started because of the falsified elections and economic problems. Warsaw started to intervene in the affairs of another country, trying to inspire a riot in Belarus. Poland wanted to organise a revolution in Belarus, but now, they are facing this revolt themselves. The Polish women started to protest not because of the prohibition of abortions – this situation was the last straw. Andrzej Duda won the Presidential elections falsifying them – that is why everything [protests] started.
What is going on in this super-tolerant, multicultural and hospitable Europe, where the dignity of every individual, his ideals and convictions, including his believes, are more important than everything else. We have France, where crosses are removed in order to avoid hurting the feelings of Muslim students. We have Denmark, where school cafeterias have forbidden the traditional pork meat-balls and anything containing pork. We have Germany or Holland, where all religious symbols are removed from Christmas markets – crucifixes, nativity scenes with baby Jesus. We have Britain and Ireland, where the word “Christmas” have been replaced with “Season’s Holidays” to appease “the guests”.
Recurring disinformation narrative about migration, Islam and alleged threats to Christianity in Europe.
The article contains an entire catalogue of unfounded claims on Europeans, caving in for an onslaught of Muslims and abandoning their own traditions:
French legislation forbids any religious symbols in schools. Pork is served - in some towns even mandatory - in Danish school cafeterias. Nativity scenes with baby Jesus is a frequent element at Christmas markets all over Europe. Ireland and Britain use and celebrate Christmas.
Unfounded claims about Muslims posing a threat to Christmas have been debunked multiple times, see for example here and here.
Similar cases are: "Sweden cancelled Christmas TV concert not to irritate migrants", "France is banning Christmas symbols", or "In order not to aggravate people of other religions, there was no Christmas tree in Brussels".