Polish President Hates on Gays, Pretends Not To Be Hating On Gays

We can’t believe that people still think of faggotry as some big sexual sponge, slowly but surely sopping up the rest of the world’s mating and dating rituals. Foolish, yes, but that didn’t stop legendary homophobe and Polish President Lech Kaczynski from airing his gay grievances in Ireland.

Taking an official visit in Ireland, where the gay marriage debate has been raging like a bad case of gonorrhea, Kaczynski defended his decision to ban a gay rights parade in Warsaw, saying:

If that kind of approach to sexual life were to be promoted on a grand scale, the human race would disappear.

Imagine what grand changes would occur in mores if the traditional links between men and women were set aside.

Well, yes, we suppose that would be disastrous – at least in theory. Sure, you technically need a man and a woman to have a baby, but we’re sure the grand gay agenda’s planned for procreation. It’s really quite simple: once a month the lesbians and the gays will come together, swap sperm, eggs and the rest and hope for the best.

Coming under fire, Kaczynski insisted he’s not homophobic. The media, it seems, has just been twisting his words. He told The Independent:

Among my personal friends there are individuals affected by this different sexual orientation, or homosexuality, but they enjoy full rights, they are able to move forward in various spheres of life

This is a tendency, an orientation that has always existed, I don’t know why.

I do not intend to combat it, to force them into therapy. But at the same time, I don’t think it’s appropriate that they should promote their sexual orientation.

Yow, remind us not to befriend Kaczynski. He makes homosexuality sound like cancer, as if his friends have been struck by some incurable disease and he can’t be bothered to support them.

At least Irish President Mary McAleese has more sense. Of Kaczynski’s remarks, she said: It is certainly completely inappropriate for the president of a friendly state to promote his own ignorance at the expense of Irish citizens who have fought very hard to establish their human and civil rights.

His nonsense about the threat posed by homosexuality has shown his very limited intelligence and was a betrayal of decent Polish people. Damn, them’s fighting words!