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Kaczynski and Duda

Jaroslaw Kaczynski in forefront and President-elect Andrzej Duda laying flower at the grave of the late President Lech Kaczynski at the Cathedral on Wawel Hill.

The Presidential election is over in Poland, and the Gender lobby is not happy. Here is the skinny.

On Pentecost Sunday, Andrzej Duda (see here) was elected the President of the Republic of Poland. Andrzej Duda is a member of the Law and Justice Party (PiS), which is led by Jaroslaw Kaczynki. Jaroslaw Kaczynki is a former Prime Minister and is the twin brother of the late Lech Kaczynki (may he rest in peace), the former President of Poland who died in the tragic airplane crash in Smolensk on the 10th of April 2010.

On a personal aside, and with respect to Jaroslaw Kaczynki and PiS, I recall a cool autumn morning in 2005, the Monday morning after the party led by Jaroslaw Kaczynski, won not only the presidency but also the parliamentary election and formed the incoming government. I was sitting at a side-walk café on the Platz Trzech Krzyzy (Plaza of the Three Crosses) in central Warsaw eating my breakfast. A grey van pulled up to the beautiful old Church of St. Alexander that sits in the plaza and people began to climb out. I recognized the people since they were from the PiS Party that just won the election, with Jaroslaw Kaczynski at the head. They walked into the church for a private mass with which they began their first day as the new government.

Fast forward to the 11th of November 2014, the Feast of St. Martin and Independence Day in Poland (Veteran’s Day in US), Andrzej Duda announces that he will be the candidate of the Law and Justice Party in the upcoming Presidential election. At the time, Duda could count on 12% public support while the sitting president, the Genderist Bronislaw Komorowski was heavily favored with 70% support. Six months and 37,000 kilometers (23,000 miles) later, Andrzej Duda won a very hard-fought and dirty campaign waged by the sitting president, who was supported by the Gender lobby, the ex-Soviet secret services and funded with the help of the EU and the George Soros foundations, and with the heavy support of the post-Soviet controlled “private” and “public” media.

On election day, as the exit poll results were being leaked over the internet and the social portals, the leadership of the Law and Justice Party, with their leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski were at the Shrine of Our Lady of Jasna Gora in Czestochowa at a prayer vigil, praying for a successful outcome to the presidential election and for Poland.

Their prayers were answered!

With respect to the candidate/President-elect, this is how the parents reacted to his victory: (translation by your truly – see original here)

Janina and Jan Tadeusz Dudowie commented on their son’s victory in the second round of elections. The parents of the president-elect drew attention to the religious aspect of this event in their lives.

“It is such a joy to a parent who knows that this is the beginning … This is just the start of something that has a large degree of responsiblity, something very difficult.”

– Said Father of Andrzej Duda.

To the question of whether Jan Tadeusz Duda was nervous before the announcement of the results, Professor replied:

I’m not nervous, just tensed up … I entrusted everything to Providence. I put the issue in the hands of Providence.

Prof. Duda stressed that he and his son congratulated themselves in silence.

My son called … and we were silent.

– Said the president-elect’s father, who was moved.

In a similar vein she spoke to her mother election winner, prof. Janina Milewska-Duda.

I thought to myself that God has given a new mission to Andrzej – previously it was a mission to seek election, and now the mission of the function of the president of the entire nation. I wish that he would unite the whole nation, that he would unite all our public policy, that it would be holy, that is, without offending others, without humiliating each other, friendly – simply kind every day. Such kindness builds up people

– Said the mother of the President-elect, with tears in her eyes.

So how did President-elect Duda spend the first day after the election?

First he met the public at the main intersection in Warsaw, then he went and laid flowers at the monument of a Polish WII hero killed by the Polish Communist regime, then he traveled to his home town of Krakow stopping at the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Jasna Gora in Czestochowa to give thanks for the successful campaign. From Czestowchowa he went on to Krakow and visited the grave of President Lech Kaczysnki buried in the Cathedral on Wawel Hill, the resting place of the Polish kings.

Needless to say, the Genderists were not happy with this turn of events.

Andrzej Duda will be sworn in on the 6th of August 2015, the feast of the Transfiguration Of Our Lord.

In five months time, at the end of October 2015, the general election will be held. The most likely outcome will be a coalition government formed by the Law and Justice Party and a junior party that is being formed by the musician Pawel Kuskis. All indications are that Mr. Kukis’s political views are relatively similar to those of the Law and Justice Party and friendly to the Catholic Church. It is still to early to say with any amount of certainty how this is going to play out, but if the most likely scenario comes to pass, we could be witnessing a historic moment when Poland, once again begins the fight back against the invading foreign ideology that is Genderism and leads the battle for Western Civilization like in the era of the great Polish King Jan III Sobieski, the victor at the battle of Vienna.

Please keep Poland, the new President-elect, the Law and Justice party and their leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski in your prayers.

On an aside, and since we mentioned the Wawel Cathedral, this appeared on the Una Voce Polish website una.cum.pl: (see here)

Confirmation in the Extraordinary Form.

On Sunday 14 June 2015, the sacrament of confirmation to the youth group of our pastoral will be given by Father Janusz Bielanski, the Prelate of the Wawel Cathedral in Krakow. The ceremony will begin at 10.00 followed by a solemn Mass offered by the Prelate. Fr. Bielański has celebrated the Tridentine Mass already, during the Ars Serviendi workshop in Bukovina Tatra in 2012.

Closing, I would just like to remind my readers of what the titular Archbishop of Tiburnia said in the Corriere della Sera interview, which he attributed to Francis, the bishop of Rome: (see here)

Because this is how Bergoglio’s revolution proceeds, “long-term, without obsession over immediate results.” Because “the important thing is to initiate processes rather than possess spaces.” Words from “Evangelii Gaudium,” the program of his pontificate.”

From the looks of things in Poland and elsewhere, the process that Pope Benedict XVI initiated is well under way, and is beginning to not only spread, but beginning to “possess spaces”. And the space on Wawel Hill is prime real estate in the Polish national psyche.