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HEARD IN PASSING
November 3, 2014   
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“Some parents like it when boys are taught to clean up after themselves rather than waiting for girls to do it for them.”
—Polish archbishop Stanisław G±decki on methods of bringing up children that he believes could kill off the traditional family

“I’m cut out to be a dictator, not a prime minister. Prime ministers have to make sure that laws are put into practice and laws in Poland are so idiotic that I’d rather have my arm cut off than put my signature on something like that.”
—Janusz Korwin-Mikke, a member of the European Parliament and the leader of the radical New Right Wing party, asked if he would like to become prime minister

“Equal opportunity—fine, but sex equality is heresy. We can talk about sex equality when a guy gives birth to a baby.”
—Beata Kempa, a deputy from the right-wing Solidarna Polska party, on whether the Polish parliament should ratify the international Convention on Preventing and Combating Violence Against Women and Domestic Violence

“He won’t say a word, but he will smile broadly and it’s going to be amusing.”
—Political scientist Wojciech Jabłoński on Poland’s new foreign minister, Grzegorz Schetyna, whose language skills have been doubted by many
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