A Polish reader sends in the following
Gazeta Wyborcza is a leading Polish
leftist/liberal paper. It fanatically opposes the Polish government position of
not allowing into Poland the illegal migrants who have been brought by the Belarussian
dictator to the Polish frontier.
Well, today Gazeta Wyborcza reported
that a funeral of an unborn child was conducted in a cemetery. A migrant woman
miscarried; it was her miscarriage that was buried with a ceremony.
What's interesting is that Gazeta
Wyborcza, which is strongly pro-choice, used the term "unborn child."
Otherwise, they always use terms like "fetus." Moreover, they condemn
using the term "unborn child." They violently oppose any kind of
funeral or other ceremony connected with the bodies of these kinds of children –
whether they are the bodies of the miscarried or the aborted. Gazeta Wyborcza
used this term only now - when writing about the miscarriage of a woman from
is manipulated – shamelessly and cynically – to serve a master narrative. This
is exactly what happens in the creation of Bieganski
the Brute Polak Stereotype.