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EU snubs pro-family Poland, Hungary by declaring Europe ‘LGBTIQ Freedom Zone’

Poland and Hungary won’t get with the LGBT program, and that makes the European Union mad.

On March 11 the European Parliament declared the European Union an “LGBTIQ Freedom Zone” in response to the growth of official LGBT-ideology free zones in Poland and Hungary’s own lack of enthusiasm for the new secularist LGBT religion.

According to the European Parliament’s own newspaper, Poland and Hungary are notable for their “backsliding.”

“In response to the backsliding of LGBTIQ rights in some EU countries, notably Poland and Hungary, MEPs declared the EU an ‘LGBTIQ Freedom Zone’ on Thursday,” wrote the European Parliament News.

“Two years after the first Polish local authority declared itself an ‘LGBTIQ-free zone’, Parliament declared the EU to be an ‘LGBTIQ Freedom Zone’ in a resolution adopted by 492 votes in favour, 141 against and 46 abstentions.”

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