Masoneria w dyskursie polskich środowisk prawicowych po 1989 roku

  1. Maciej Strutyński ORCiD: 0000-0002-7211-4803


Freemasonry in the discourse of Polish right wing parties after 1989

Contemporary anti-masonic circles in Poland are noticeable on the political scene. There are numerous publications, both books and articles in right-wing magazines. Ideological schemas present in pre-war journalism of hostile freemasonry are still used. The situation in the Catholic Church is particularly interesting, especially in connection with the changes that take place in it from the Second Vatican Council, which is critically assessed by the Antimony community. Important elements in the anti-masonic discourse are issues related to globalization and the development of the European Union. Critics attribute these phenomena to the construction of the Masonic world government (New World Order).


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Wrocławskie Studia Politologiczne

25, 2018

Pages from 164 to 179

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