The Left justifies anti-Catholic physical violence in Poland
Polish historian Tomasz Rowiński wrote an article in the conservative weekly Do Rzeczy ("To the point") about the country's Left standing in defence of those who attack Christians physically.
“What we have seen in Poland in recent weeks is only part of the long process of transition of the Liberals and the Left from justifying symbolic and physical violence, Rowiński writes:
“The police informs that there are nearly ninety cases involving the destruction of places of worship, church property, disturbance of religious worship, and even bodily injury. How many situations were not reported, but ended with self-treatment of wounds and bruises?” he further asks.
The scale of anti-Catholic violence in Poland is clearly increasing. Rowiński points out that since late October, these acts of vandalism and violence have been taking places regularly.