Saturday, January 27, 2018

Huffington Post Mentions "Other Victims;" Leaves out Slavs

Huffington Post ran a piece remembering "other victims" of the Holocaust. They left out Slavs like Russians and Poles who, numerically, are a larger group than any of the other groups they mention. Link here.

PS: Liron wrote in to inform me that the article mentions Poles. Fair enough but Poles are not one of the bullet points. 


  1. No surprise.

    The HUFFINGTON POST is hardly objective. It is a mouthpiece of left-wing ideology, including that specifically directed against PiS and Poland.

    1. Can you provide any evidence to support your assertion that the Huffington Post is directed against Poles and Poland?

    2. Easy.

      Just type-in Poland and "Huffington Post" into, and it immediately brings up many articles that repeat the standard leftist accusations against Poland. It also parrots the usual Holocaust-related calumnies against Poland.


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