Perhaps they are afraid that he was promoting a Jacobite claimant to the throne?
No such thing. If you had read the rules on freedom of movement, states are perfectly able to deny entry if someone poses a danger to the public. In this case, he was coming with the intention of inciting others.
Poland might exclude a poorly closeted homosexual who failed at running an English school
Poland should also consider excluding people who openly discriminate against national minorities, particularly if that person is the spiritual successor to the person formerly known as The Artist. As you will be well aware, the Polish constitution requires everyone to be treated equally.
It's a good bet that this priest wins a civil judgement at the ECHR.
He won't win, as the law clearly allows refusal in the event of the person being a threat to public safety. It is the mechanism used to deny residence applications of undesirable EU citizens in other EU countries, and the same mechanism that was used to deport large amounts of Roma back to Romania.
You really should learn something about Polish law.
this so-called priest, currently suspended for race-hate is adding to it.
I find it absolutely hilarious that he was turning up to support an organisation that has openly and repeatedly condemned Poles.
britainfirst.org/poles-demand-millions-from-britain-to-pay-their-benefits - for instance.