The Warsaw Uprising was commemorated on Saturday.
Poles gathered in the city with Polish ones flags en torches and exactly the other way around 17.00 the air alarm sounded for two minutes.
For Presidential Palace some burned the rainbow flag.
This is to make a statement against LGBTQ indoctrination.
And also because of this, and this will be of course again CANNOT mention in the mainstream media, in retaliation against the destruction of sculptures in Warsaw a few days ago by LGBTQ activists.
Also a statue of Jezus Christus in the center of the city had to believe it.
The statue in the Holy Cross Church in the famous Krakowskie Przedmieście street, bears the caption:
'SURSUM KORDA' ('RAISE YOUR HEART')
The Jesus figure in the church has always meant a lot to the Poles in the darkest times.
But by the LGBTQ lobes rainbow flags were thrown over the image this week.
De rainbow hijacked by the Bolsheviks to mock God is the symbol of the LGBTQ community.
Photo: A previously desecrated Maria and child by LGBTQ activists in Poland
LGBTQ is the biggest enemy for gay people, just as feminism is the biggest enemy for women.
Undermining the family and Christian values is one of the evil aims of these fascist Marxists.
People have had enough of this destructive club and are therefore increasingly showing them displeasure about it in it public.
Of course, these citizens are immediately dismissed as extremists, while it is precisely the LQBTQ supporters who are one hard kern have rioters setting fire bins on fire, smashing windows and driving a iconoclasm in Poland.
NO COMMUNISM / NO NAZISM / NO RAINBOW INDOCTRINATION
This text was featured on many flags during the 76th anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising.
On Saturday, the center of Warsaw was packed with Poles who, now, to mark the memorial, a compensation demands from Germany for the incident fade away of Warsaw from the map.
On August 1, 1944, the Warsaw Uprising broke out at 5 p.m.
De Warsaw Uprising was an armed uprising during the Second World War carried out by the Polish resistance army Army Krajowa with the aim of freeing Warsaw from the Germans.
It was part of the National Revolt 'Operation Storm '.
For 63 days, until October 2, the insurgents opposed German and German-led troops.
On the Polish side, 18.000 Polish insurgents died and 25.000 were injured.
At least 150.000 Polish civilians were killed in the uprising.
German losses amounted to more than 17.000 killed and 9000 wounded.
Both during the uprising and after the uprising, an estimated 85% of the city of Warsaw was destroyed.
The Powstanie Warzawskie was the largest underground military operation in the history of World War II.
Chwała Polsce, chwała Powstańcom !!
Images of flag burning and commemoration Revolt:
Three agents without a chance against one Pole with broom:
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