Political correctness is not his environment.
Who cares what his environment is? Do you think I can do similar things and later in court say that: "Listen, this is not my forte, I am from another "environment"" and be justified?
Being a bishop, I would kick that ass out of the church. I wish that Rydzyk had a chance to see his "beloved" Jesus and the way he looked and stank. If this is what resides in Czestochowa, then what we can say of other sanctuaries? What an example of so-called follower of Christ who washed feet of his desciples, whereas that joke-priest made these unacceptable racist remarks.
Some of you begin to compare him with other political figures in order to justify Rydzyk. Why? Is this the way to deal with similar things - see whether there was a worse scenario and if this is the case let the perpetrator go, because he was not AS RACIST as someone before him. It is ridiculous and immature.
Also how can deep knowledge of Polish or being a native speaker make you think that by translating his words we are losing "innocent joke the poor old priest saintfully uttered upon the herd in his native Polish"? Is your language that sophisticated that even simple text becomes untranslatable correctly, with full meaning?