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The Polish-Jewish Case:Restitution

Tuesday, November 3, 2009
Judeocentric spin that Poles are WWII villains and Poland is �endemically inhospitable to Jews runs sharply counter to much of historical experience.�[1] Local[2] and international[3] Jewry opposed Poland�s independence, and Jewish economic dominance and social alienation caused Polish anti-Semitism, exacerbating conflict when both nations sought independence. Anti-Polish Jews collaborated with Soviets and dominated Poland�s Communist regime. This essay explores the spin and concludes with comparison to the Balkan[4] case. >>more...

Ukraine exposes Katyn executioners

Sunday, September 27, 2009
In a week where Polish and Russian parliaments throw angry resolutions at each other over historical interpretations of WW II, Poland has received documents from Ukraine containing the names of NKVD officers responsible for the 1940 Katyn massacre >>more...

Holocaust and Crisis of Human behavior

Thursday, July 16, 2009
This work presents many topics, and I can only discuss a few. Elie Monk, the rabbi of Ansbacher, had believed that Judaism and Nazism could be compatible: "'I reject the teachings of Marxism from a Jewish standpoint and commit myself to National Socialism without its anti-Semitic components. Without anti-Semitism National Socialism would find in the tradition-bound Jews its most loyal followers.'" (p. 97). However, it is fallacious to consider Nazism as simply extreme conservatism. In fact, many German conservatives opposed Nazism. (p. 31, 57, 60). >>more...
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