But not of the Soros mob.
Not in Poland
Anyway, in case you're interested, Biedroń's whistle stop does not have a cathedral. In the 1990s there was talk of creating a Diocese of Słupsk and elevating St Mary's Church to a cathedral but it didn't work out. Słupsk ended up in the Koszalin-Kołobrzeg diocese.
they wouldn't give him any work
Shall we ascribe that lie to you or your Brit Bully master? The list of his lies is so long that you'd better take it for him and lighten his load.
What are 'sheckles'?
Misspelling. Should've been: shekels.
Like the crafty shysters they are, the Czerska Street mafia are now trying to worm their way out of their scandalous attack on Poland's widely respected First Lady.
They write: "We did not regard the gossip about the Duda family as a fact and we did not build our narration upon it. We merely called it up as part of the message functioning within public space, mainly online. We informed out readers that those rumours were being spread by a person known for disseminating slander. We did so not to repeat them but to disavow them... We apologise to those readers who misinterpreted out intetnions."
Slick, glib and slippery as befits that band of shysters. Why doesn't GW "merely" print the gossip and rumours about Michnik and his KPP-rooted mafia circulating in public space, notably online. That would fill at least two weekend issues of the paper. And nothing would boost sales of those issues more. One could imagine huge queues otuside news agent's and black-market sales of those issues at treble the normal price. But only a goy would do something that flash-in-the-pan stupid. If Michnik wanted to cash in, he'd serialise the rumours, assuring a boost in sales over an extended period.