French Town Uncouples With Its Polish Twin Over LGBT Rights
Monday, 17th February
WARSAW, Poland — A Polish mayor on Monday deplored the decision by a sister town in France to suspend 25-year official ties with her town because it declared itself an area “free of LGBT ideology.” The mayor of the south-eastern town of Tuchow, Magdalena Marszalek, blamed the rare decision by the French community it had been twinned with, Saint-Jean-de-Braye, on campaigning ahead of local elections there. She expressed regret that severing ties will cut friendly relations among residents, as Tuchow will no longer be able to sponsor visits by people from Saint-Jean-de-Braye.
Die Zeit about my project!
Thursday, 13th February
EU Commissioner for Equality speak laud on LGBT-free zones in PL
Tuesday, 4th February
According to EU Observer at the European Parliament in Brussels, Dalli said the commission would make advancing LGBTI rights a priority for the next five years, noting that six EU states provide no recognition for same sex couples. "We cannot allow the distribution of LGBTI free zone stickers, or the adoption of anti-LGBTI resolutions and not feel responsible for the next phase where physical attacks that take place, even if they are then carried out by other people," said EU commissioner for equality, Helena Dalli.
14 French associations are demanding Emmanuel Macron to rise voice on
homophobia in Poland

Tuesday, 4th February
According to and IDH-France, 14 biggest human-rights association demand Emmanuel Macron to rise voice on homophobia in Poland during meeting with Andrzej Duda (President of Poland). Among signatures are Amnesty International

Polish right-wing NGO support lawsuit against me
Monday, 3rd February
​​​​Polish-right wing Polish organization "Ordo Iuris" with a strong connections to 'Agenda Europe', a pan-European, Christian-extremist network in their e-mail newsletter announced that they will support all county/provience politicians that have a will to make lawsuit against me for defamation of the county/provience reputation.
Right-wing party members want criminal charges for me
Tuesday, 29th January

Jan Strzeżek and Jakub Drożdż fot: Press material

Politicians Jan Strzeżek and Jakub Drożdż, from the "Agreement party"  whose leader is Jaroslaw Gowin (Minister of Science and Higher Education in the current Polish Government headed by Mateusz Morawiecki) have alleged that I have committed a crime.
At a recent press conference that took place this week according to wPolitce and Gazeta Wyborcza-  they said: 
“This action spreads lies abroad about Poland”
Strzeżek went on to say “Yesterday, Guy Verhofstadt, leader of the ALDE (Alliance of Liberal and Democrats for Europe) Group, shared these photos and started a discussion about the treatment of LGBT people in Poland.”
Drożdż added ”we are dealing with organized disinformation by LGBT movements”.
As a result, the Public Prosecutor's Office has received notification of an alleged offence by me. Now Prosecutor will decide if he will run investigation.
I have received no notification so far and I will continue my action.
In my opinion I have done nothing wrong but, if they wish to pursue criminal charges, then I will treat it as the type of  civil disobedience necessary to highlight the issue of homophobia and LGBT-free zones in Poland.
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