Sunday, February 4, 2018

Polish Evil Is in the Blood, It's in the Genes, It's Inborn: Popular Facebook Post

A public post on Facebook, posted on February 4, 2018. This post, in three hours, has been shared fourteen times.

I have deleted the post's author's last name out of courtesy. Otherwise I have not edited this post, except to insert breaks in the text. 

"My father"zl", whose Polish Name I carry _________ - from Sosnovice ...may he rest in peace said, that the Poles were worse than the Germans...mean and cold blooded...they were informers and killers and for a piece of bread or a cigarette sold Jews to the slaughter...

Warsaw Ghetto was where? excuse me? but here is proof again - The tiger never changes his Spots, Once a killer always a killer and once a Jew Hater always a Jew hater ---as my father said: It's in the blood, its in the genes, its inborn...nothing changes - in the end, the truth always reveals itself ...

I find it actually comical for a country to so blatantly lie to the world...but silly me - why...there are those who belie the holocaust as never having existed at why not the Poles...THE WALK OF THE LIVING has brought billions into the country...Jews have made always the Polish thrive...then and Now..."

This photo is from England, but I'm sure the author of the above
Facebook post would approve the sentiment. Source


  1. I have got more for you.

    Chris Helinsky

  2. Serious Israeli text

  3. By the same author. Some of his opnions are surprising - Hanah Arend were a white supremacist (not in this text)

  4. Thanks, Chris Helinsky, for bringing this URL to our attention. Here are some gems [organized by me into four main themes] from the blockbuster article:

    I. The New Law Will Inhibit Academic Inquiry--Wrong. This Should be Obvious

    Well-known Israeli Jewish writer Seth J. Frantzman pointedly writes: "The Polish law should be read in full. The text of the Polish law doesn’t criminalize all critique of Poles during the Holocaust. It specifies “contrary to facts” as a part of the law. The law of course is the wrong way to legislate “facts,” but nevertheless it should be read." (Emphasis added).

    Though disagreeing with the law, Frantzman is affirming what Poland’s government been saying all along!

    II. The Diffusion of Holocaust Guilt Away From the Germans is a Very Real--and Not Imagined--Issue

    Frantzman is unambiguous: "The Holocaust is often taught without sufficient reference to which countries collaborated and resisted. Increasingly it is also universalized and the Nazis are portrayed as not German Nazis, but rather a general “evil.”"

    "Much of the anger directed at Poland relates to memories about the period before and after. But there is no reason to lump that in with the Shoah and reduce the German Nazi responsibility."

    III. "Polish Death Camps"? Falsifications of History: Some Form of Polish Co-Responsibility for the Holocaust is a Commonly-Believed Meme

    Frantzman candidly acknowledges: "The story shows the degree of hatred for Poland and Poles that exists among some Israelis and some Jews. It is based on stereotypes, generalizations and memories from the 1930s. That the anger is pouring out again is simply because it has been hiding just beneath the surface for years. Deborah Lipstadt wrote in 2007 about the enduring myth “the Poles were worse than the Nazis.” She noted “Many people, Jews primarily among them, believe the balderdash that the Germans put the death camps in Poland because the Poles would be happy to see the Jews killed. They ignore the fact that to the Germans Auschwitz was German territory and was to be the site of a major German settlement.””

    "Eventually history becomes myth and myth becomes fact. This twisting of history allows people to make the outlandish claim that “Poles were worse than Nazis” or “Poland was worse than Hitler.” It turns history on its head. But this is easy to do when Holocaust education doesn’t bother to differentiate between Hungary, Croatia, Poland, Latvia and France."

    Nor are such prejudices limited to uninformed common people. Frantzman quips, "In Israel even senior politicians such as Yair Lapid have continued to spread the claim that the death camps were built in Poland because the “Germans knew that at least some of the local population would cooperate.” There is no evidence to support this claim. Most camps were actually built in German-run areas, not in Polish areas."

    IV. Agree With the New Polish Law or Not: Polish Demands are Well-Grounded in Fact

    "It appears many wounds from the Holocaust have not healed. That is reasonable. But what is unreasonable is the number of people spreading false history against Poland. This is because of a skewed attempt to whitewash Germany’s record because Germany has supposedly taken responsibility, and portray Poland as the “problem” for “denying.” But this warped sense flips history on its head. Poland is right to want the real history to be told and the story of Polish resistance and suffering under Nazism. Unfortunately too few people want to listen to the larger story." (Emphasis added)

    (Editorial comment: Which is the Reason it Finally Had To Become a Matter of Law.)

  5. I agree. Judaism has made Poland thrive and still does.

    As for the implied slur towards whistleblowers and the righteous...

    And Arendt was a white supremacist?


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