Feminists hung their lightning bolt symbol on a famous Polish cross
In recent weeks, Polish radical feminist and abortionist movements have actively attacked and desecrated numerous churches and Catholic symbols throughout the country. This time, they hung a banner with their red bolt on the cross located at the top of one of Poland's highest mountains: Giewont.
The Fidei Defensor organisation did not welcome this feminist action. As announced on the organisation’s Twitter account, its lawyers will submit a notification on Monday regarding violation of the penal code concerning insulting religious sentiments, objects and places of worship.
The cross was placed on the top of the Giewont mountain in 1901 to commemorate the 1900th anniversary of the birth of Jesus Christ. The initiative came from the then parish priest of the city of Zakopane, Kazimierz Kaszelewski.