This video from Britain says about itself:
British Youth Council — 21 September 2007 — Stop Homophobia in Poland were at pride marches in London, Brighton and Manchester to raise awareness of our campaign. The campaign is about ensuring that countries such as Poland who signed up to the EU charter on human rights are accountable and that UK young people are active citizens in ensuring our government denounces abuses. Poland is a welcome member of the European Union but homophobic outbursts by officals, discriminatory sacking, misuse of European funds and restrictions on the freedom of assembly of the LGBT community is clear evidence that Poland is not fulfilling it’s responsibilities to uphold human rights. Whilst campaigning we raised awareness of the European All Different All Equal campaign which is combating discrimination of all types across Europe.
From Pink News in Britain:
Polish President who said homosexuality will destroy human race feared dead in plane crash
By Staff Writer, PinkNews.co.uk • April 10, 2010 – 9:55
Polish President Lech Kaczynski who once said that the promotion of homosexuality would lead to the eventual destruction of the human race is believed to have died in a plane crash near Smolensk in Russia. Kaczynski’s right wing Law and Justice party are in an alliance with the British Conservative party in the European Parliament.
Russian media reported that 87 people were killed in the crash near Smolensk, and a regional governor was quoted as saying there were no survivors.
Kaczynski is believed to have been on board the plane together with his wife and a number of senior Polish Government ministers. …
Lech Kaczynski and his twin brother Jarosław Kaczyński are major figures in right wing Polish politics. Jaroslaw was until recently the prime minister of Poland. Lech had previously been the Mayor of Warsaw and reached international noteriaty because of repeatedly banning gay pride marches from taking place in the city.
“Imagine what grand changes would occur in mores if the traditional links between men and women were set aside.”
Following the 2009 European Parliament elections, David Cameron’s Conservative party joined Kaczynski’s Law and Justice Party in a new right wing alliance within the Parliament.
Today, Smolensk regional governor Sergei Antufiev told Russian TV it was unlikely that Kaczynski had survived the crash.
“As it was preparing for landing, the Polish president’s aircraft did not make it to the landing strip.”
“According to preliminary reports, it got caught up in the tops of trees, fell to the ground and broke up into pieces. There are no survivors in that crash.
“We are clarifying how many people there were in the [Polish] delegation. According to preliminary reports, 85 members of the delegation and the crew.”
Pilot error and president’s desire to arrive in Smolensk may have caused crash: here.
There is an element of the grotesque in both the domestic and international efforts to sanctify the figure of deceased Polish President Lech Kaczynski: here.
British Conservative leader David Cameron entered into a right-wing European alliance with racist, homophobic and ultra-nationalistic parties against his own party’s advice, senior EU figures have said: here.
David Cameron to dispatch top gay Tory Nick Herbert to challenge homophobic Polish allies: here.