According the the Christian Gospels Jesus called for a separation of Church and State:
“Render unto Caesar the things which are Caesar’s, and unto God the things that are God’s.”
Yet Poland’s leading anti-Semite, Father Tadusz Rydzyk and the radio network he runs Radio Maryja appear to be VERY involve in the upcoming Polish elections. This is the kind of person Father Rydzyk is:
…anti-Semitism remains an active phenomenon in Polish society. Research conducted by Warsaw University sociologists revealed that the proportion of Poles who subscribe to “strong” anti-Semitic views doubled in the period 1992-2002 from 8 percent to 16 percent. According to Professor Ireneusz Krzeminski, the rise in anti-Semitic attitudes can be attributed to the increased presence of anti-Semitic discourse in the public sphere, not least through Radio Maryja……Rydzyk himself has routinely referred to Polish State Television as “TELAVision”, suggesting it is dominated by Jews. On August 20, 2002 Rydzyk openly degraded the Jewish religion on air: “I call it ‘ai vai shalom’. It is clearly a religion of trade. It is trade, and not religion.” He personally warned against a non-existent plan to bring about the immigration of a few hundred thousand Israelis to Poland (April 30, 2002, June 4, 2002, February 19, 2003). For more see The Pope Should Defrock “Father” Rydzyk
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Priest Accused of Anti-Semitism Becomes Poland’s ‘King-Maker’ BY HARRY DE QUETTEVILLE – The Daily Telegraph WARSAW, Poland — A Polish priest accused of xenophobia and anti-Semitism has become the “kingmaker” of his country’s election campaign. Father Tadusz Rydzyk runs the Radio Maryja Catholic network, and his messages to the faithful could influence the outcome of the polls. The coalition led by the Prime Minister Kaczynski fell apart last month, and an election campaign has begun. While Mr. Kaczynski and his twin brother, President Kaczynski, are well known for their grip on the secular levers of control, Father Rydzyk has emerged as a power broker who says his power comes from a higher authority. In Roman Catholic Poland, the ability to mobilize the faithful in their pews and at the ballot box is critical. Radio Maryja was created by Father Rydzyk in 1991 and has 1 million listeners a day. Others read the priest’s newspaper or watch his TV channel. Radio Maryja has become a crucial political ally of the conservative Kaczynski twins. “Radio Maryja has up to 1 to 2 million listeners. But they are a very specific group — usually old, and very disciplined voters,” said Dr. Jacek Kucharczyk, from Poland’s independent political think tank, the Institute of Public Affairs. “It has made Rydzyk a king-maker.”