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Poland's most famous satanist charged with disrespecting Poland's national coat of arms


WielkiPolak 57 | 1,030    
12 Jan 2018  #1

I suppose each country gotta have their satanists. Glad he was charged. It would be even nicer to see this vermin in prison.

BEHEMOTH frontman Adam "Nergal" Darski has been formally charged by Polish authorities for allegedly disrespecting one of the country's national symbols.

The case, referred to court by the District Prosecutor's Office in Gdańsk, northern Poland, involves the band's "Republic Of The Unfaithful" tour artwork and merchandise, which is said to be "insulting" to the national coat of arms of Poland, a stylized white eagle with a golden beak and talons, and wearing a golden crown, in a red shield.

blabbermouth.net/news/behemoth-frontman-formally-charged-with-disrespecting-polands-national-coat-of-arms/

Tripaloski 3 | 8    
17 Jan 2018  #2

Grandparents who fought the two world wars would've been so proud to see their kids nowadays are getting offended by an "artwork".
jon357 69 | 13,499    
17 Jan 2018  #3

satanist

He isn't one, and the deliberately (if weakly) inflammatory thread title should be changed. There's no shortage of Satanists in Poland, (I recently attended the funeral of a nonagenarian AK war veteran who had memorised the Satanic Bible word for word) however Nergal isn't among them.

their kids nowadays are getting offended

Quite. It's harder to find a more decent and it should be said patriotic person than him.If some get offended by this, they should think about their priorities in life. It's a cliche to talk about "starving millions" however better to get offended by cruelty, injustice, poverty and inequality than art.
delphiandomine 86 | 16,477    
17 Jan 2018  #4

It would be even nicer to see this vermin in prison.

Really? So you support prison for those that desecrate national symbols, right?



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