Tuesday, February 13, 2018

The Guardian: Poland's Jews Fear for their Future under New Holocaust Law

According to the Guardian, the Holocaust was the project Poles.
The Guardian: Poland's Jews Fear for their Future under New Holocaust Law link. Thanks to Jerzy for this. 


  1. I have read the article.

    It begins with the standard false and Orwellian "new law denying Polish complicity in Nazi atrocities".

    We hear the usual one-sided description of the events of 1968.

    Then there is the familiar trope of Poland a dangerous place. That is why visiting Israeli students, in the Marches of the Living, are always escorted by Israeli guards--to reinforce the notion that Poland is unsafe and bad.

    And so on...

  2. Another description of 1968 - students of Politechnika Wroclawska protested during May the 1st manifestation. There is Poland outside the Warsaw University.

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