by Andrew Walden
Christians organized the abolitionist movement and slavery was abolished in the United States in 1865.
Fifty-two years later, atheists re-established slavery and gave it a new name: “Communism.” For the first time in human history, atheist regimes held state power. Over the next seven decades, they organized death camps and murdered approximately 100 million human beings.
Lech Walesa in 1980 founded the Solidarity labor union and led Poland to overthrow the dictatorship. In 1990 Walesa was elected the first President of the newly-free Poland. In 1993 he earned the Nobel Peace Prize.
Like the Dalai Lama and Martin Luther King Jr, Walesa does not believe in the gay agenda. Here are the quotes:
AP March 3, 2013 reports:
Walesa said in a television interview on Friday that he believes gays have no right to sit on the front benches in Parliament and, if represented at all, should sit in the back, "and even behind a wall."
"They have to know that they are a minority and must adjust to smaller things. And not rise to the greatest heights, the greatest hours, the greatest provocations, spoiling things for the others and taking (what they want) from the majority," he told the private broadcaster TVN during a discussion of gay rights. "I don't agree to this and I will never agree to it."
"A minority should not impose itself on the majority," Walesa said.
In a translation of the interview, Walesa said if his son were turned gay, he would pray for him to stop going down the wrong road.
The Associated Press March 13, 2013 reports: “Walesa avoids hate crime charge for anti-gay words.”
Armed with Political Correctness, you can imagine yourself so great as to look down on Lech Walesa. Try to remember that it is just your imagination.
Reality, for those brave enough to look: