Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the chairman of Poland’s conservative ruling party, has launched a tirade of abuse towards the country’s LGBT+ community, saying that the LGBT rights movement was sent to Poland to fight its values. “We are dealing with a direct attack on the family and children—the sexualization of children, that entire LBGT movement, gender,” he said, according to the Associated Press, insisting that the LGBT rights movement is a threat to Polish national identity that can potentially destroy the country. Kaczynski was speaking about Kler (The Clergy) , a 2018 film about the Roman Catholic Church in Poland which depicts fictional clerics as drunken child abusers. He told the audience that “everyone must accept Christianity,” and said that people who doubt in the church are not Polish patriots. Kaczynski is the co-founder and leader of the conservative Law and Justice party, and served as prime minister from July 2006 to November 2007.