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Discrimination of clients and refusal of service allowed in Poland


pawian 176 | 15,395
3 Apr 2021 #1
A few years ago certain printer refused to make LGBT leaflets. He was sued for illegal segregation of clients and after a few initial convictions, even by the Supreme Court, he was eventually acquitted by the Constitutional Tribunal led by rightist PIS nominees.

Read about it here:
tvn24.pl/tvn24-news-in-english/polish-court-rules-in-favour-of-man-who-refused-print-lgbt-posters-ra947916-2290300

That`s what PiS Justice Minister said:

"I would like to say that everybody is entitled to freedom and nobody, using slogans of tolerance, should use the apparatus of the state to force others to violate their own freedoms, be it freedom of conscience, freedom of religion or economic freedom," the minister added.

That ruling opened the door to public segregation of clients. No wonder more and more such cases are taking place.

One of them: certain restaurant owner refuses to serve the police (with their families!!!) in reprisal for their brutal actions against the society. His exact motives are: beating and tear-gassing people/ harassing enterpreneurs/cultivating the traditions of communist riot police.



amiga500 3 | 628
3 Apr 2021 #2
You know about ten years ago I was exploring Melbourne with my far left activist friend, real hot punk chick who actually did things, and we walked into an empty bar and ordered a beer. the bartender said we don't serve women here and pointed to his exemption of discrimination law document on the wall. turns out the homos got their own exlusionary preference , so they can f*ck each up up the as* at bars without women looking on. bit dodgy of the fag to do that when the bar was empty though.

But really what is wrong with discrimination? it is totally normal part of life. A golf club will discriminate against mountain bike riders to it's premises, a anarchist bar will not let in konfedercja ultras. A private business (if it does not have a monopoly) should be free set its terms of entry. Don't want to make cake for gays? fine with me . Don't want cops or women there? Fine with me it's your business! enough of this Ethics Reich where the goverment and Corpos wants to force us to love everyone equally.
OP pawian 176 | 15,395
3 Apr 2021 #3
a anarchist bar will not let in konfedercja ultras.

Now you are talking about premises designed exclusively for chosen groups, while I meant those open to general public.

it's your business! enough of this Ethics Reich

So you are ready to close an eye to spreading ferment, tensions and animosities in the society? And to dividing people even more?

wants to force us to love everyone equally.

You don`t need to love them. Accepting them would be enough.


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