Dorota Rabczewska, 26, known as “Doda”, is the latest victim of a shift in the West against free speech and associational rights. Doda is being prosecuted for blasphemy for comments that she made without regard to religion.
Doda stated in a television interview that “it is hard to believe in something written by people who drank too much wine and smoked herbal cigarettes.”
Ryszard Nowak, chairman of the Committee for the Defence Against Sects was not pleased and sought legal action under the Polish blasphemy law. This is not the first such artist to run afoul of blasphemy laws, here.
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10 thoughts on “Polish Singer Prosecuted for Insulting Religion in Poland”
We’ll know the human race has evolved when the air will be free of religion.
It’s a good think Sinead O’Connor didn’t rip up the Pope’s picture in Poland …
Blasphemy… go figure… Poland is turning muslim now, nice.
I wouldn’t piss on religion to put out a fire.
“people who drank too much wine and smoked herbal cigarettes”
Well, that settles it – no vacations in Poland for me. I’d be in jail before the sun went down.
Ryszard Nowak, chairman of the Committee for the Defence Against Sects, you win the “Oversensitive Douche Bag” award. If your god was offended by that innocuous comment, wait until he gets a load of me.
This is incredible. How is it blasphemy?
Given the visage I see in the photo, I suspect the prosecutor really wanted an opportunity to star gaze.
“it is hard to believe in something written by people who drank too much wine and smoked herbal cigarettes.”
If someone wrote “The three little pigs” these days, there would no doubt be an outcry from the all powerful pig breeders association.
Another psuedo religious group, or half baked government agency trying very hard to justify their existence and their budget.
*Insert non defamatory polish joke here
Is this the same country that had a two man plane crash in a cemetery and rescue workers recovered over 200 bodies???
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