Monday, April 8, 2019

Poles Were the Most Vicious. You Ignorant Peasant

"Though I have Polish friends, there is no disputing that the Poles were some of, if not the, most vicious against Jews is WWII "

"As a Jew, it's hard not to react whenever it seems someone is making excuses for the viciousness of the Poles and all of their concentration/slave labor camps."

"Poles as just as murderous and brutal against Jews. And John  showed me that the majority of Poles gladly embraced Nazism and enjoyed the killing and brutality and still do. So it's hard to deny the brutal Polack stereotype."

Above are a few quotes in response to my essay "The Brute Polak Stereotype Strikes Again," which appeared here, on facebook, and at Front Page magazine, at the link, below.

The "ignorant peasant" comment appears in the comments section under the article at Front Page Magazine.  

The book has been out for many years. This blog has existed the entire time. Polonia has done virtually nothing to support the book, or to address the stereotype. And the brute Polak stereotype thrives, with no one, but us here, so much as trying to do anything about it. 

Shaking. My. Head.

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