Thursday, November 15, 2018

American Liberals March for Anti-Semitism, Murder, Torture, and Jihad!!!


Think you'll see that headline any time soon in the New York Times, the Guardian, or on Fox News? 

Yeah, me neither. 

But -- the headline is true -- if we apply to Americans the same "logic" of those bashing decent Poles for celebrating, in their Independence Day March, their surviving over one hundred years of genocidal pressures.

American liberals marched in The Women's March, called the largest international protest ever, an historic march organized by Linda Sarsour, an anti-semite and  self-identified jihadi, whose mentor Siraj Wahhaj was an unindicted co-conspirator in the World Trade Center bombing, and featuring Donna Hylton, an ex-con who kidnapped, tortured, and murdered Thomas Vigliarolo. 

"Wait, wait, wait!" American liberals will insist. "It's more complicated than that!"

Yes. Yes, the Women's March is more complicated than its association with jihadis and torturers. 

So is Poland's Independence Day March. 

The mainstream media *does* tell you the full story about the Women's March. It *doesn't* tell you the full story of the Polish Independence Day March. 

And therein lies the  Bieganski, Brute Polak Stereotype


  1. Liberals have commonly repeated the accusation that Poles are (what else?) anti-Semitic because of their Catholicism and because of their fascist (read: patriotic) traditions.

    And now liberals have to drink their own medicine. They have been hoisted on their own petard.

    Serves them right.

  2. Hello,

    I was browsing the internet and I stumbled upon this photo. My first my first thought was; "This can't be real".
    Well it was real.
    I would like to share it. Link is below.

  3. All marches are equal, but some are more equal than others.

    And if you don't agree with me i will shout you down with a loud chorus of: FOUR LEGS GOOD TWO LEGS BAD FOUR LEGS GOOD TWO LEGS BAD
    depending on which day of the week it is.

    Re the blogpost - Good point, well made. The double standards are so blatant.

    1. Sue i'm glad you understood the point I was trying to make.

  4. Hello again,

    I would like to add two more links. Memes this time. I think that those memes were created as a reaction to all that slander of Poland in Western media.
    Links are below.

  5. Excellent, Lukasz!

    They really drive the point home.

    I am especially glad to see the Poles fight back with satire and art.

  6. Jerzy I prefer not to post links with no explanation, no relationship to the blog post, etc.

    If you send in links, tell me what they are about and why you want to post them.

    1. It's about the steretype of Poles in the USA. It's your subject, isn't it?

    2. again, don't send just links. If you want to post a link, say what it is and why I should post it. Thanks!

  7. The liberal media is a long term existential enemy of Poland but short-term can be useful against imperial Russia.

    The "right wing" media can be coopted by pointing out similarities between Poland and Israel (but you may want to get rid of the ONR presence since there are some boundaries that are not crossable and whatever they are now their roots were in fascism which, you know, post-1945 isn't exactly kosher).


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