But elementary justice requires that it is accompanied by other religious symbols, equally good.
an brilliant tribute to our heritage
The cross is symbolic here so it's in the right place.
no, the presence of the other symbols is as senseless
If one would know history it would been senseless NOT TO
have their presence
Do you know how religiously tolerant Poland was in 16/17 century?
apparently we were hunting witches an mass (the Saxon king influenced an witch hunting), murdering people of different sexual orientation (Hmm can't remember where I learned that... maybe... never?), killing Jews (jedwabne for instance there was a vote and majority of Poles came together and elected an government which had most important campaign: kill all Jews! Oh hang on... Sorry! Misinterpretation! It was some Polish villagers who had learned about a rumor that some Jews had killed a child... So sorry) , imprisoned ethnic minorities for just being that certain ethnic group (Poland made this little organization called: Tajna służba polityczno policyjna do spraw mniejszościowych! Oh wait.. wrong again so sorry :)), burning capitals (Poland is famous for burning down various towns and capitols killing off their entire population like the Romans did with Carthage! If I only came up with a name...)
You see pawian, one can't be unique, or different. Cause in medieval times all Europeans did crusades... had knights... had big castles... lords who were subjugating their subjects and etc.