Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Rafał Ziemkiewicz and Marcin Wolski Joke on Polish TV about "Jewish Camps"

Rafał Ziemkiewicz and Marcin Wolski Joke on Polish TV about "Jewish Camps" link.


  1. I have read the transcript. Biting satire!

    It drives the point home about the "Polish death camp" falsehood, as well as about the mendacity about Poland's new law. If some people are "offended", so what?

    Much of those posting in recent blogspots, at this site, seem to have adopted a "Poles always lose" mindset. I disagree. Even if we "lose", we must view this long-term. Little by little, cracks are being inflicted on the Holocaust establishment. One day, the whole edifice will come crashing down. I hope that I live long enough to see it.

    Justice for Poland has been denied very long, but it won't be denied forever.

  2. There are two kinds of people in this world. One kind approves of Holocaust jokes made at the expense of Jews. And then there are the rest of us.

  3. Jan I don't want to post any more posts from you that contain links to outside material. I'm doing this because you recently posted a post that contained a link that blamed Jews for all of Poland's problems.

    1. OK--no links.

      There are books wherein Jews themselves make fun of the Holocaust.

      So maybe the real issue at hand is political correctness.


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