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FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS TO THE JEWS! NO!!!!

jan peczkis|Monday, March 2, 2015

WE HAVE NO FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS TO THE JEWS! is the title of this Polish-language anthology. I focus on author Ireneusz T. Lisiak's articles on the financial restitution claims that are being pushed by certain Jewish groups. By way of introduction to the subject of the Holocaust Industry, the reader should click on The Holocaust Industry: Reflections on the Exploitation of Jewish Suffering, and read the detailed Peczkis review (which I had posted on April 1, 2005).

WE HAVE NO FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS TO THE JEWS! is the title of this Polish-language anthology. I focus on author Ireneusz T. Lisiak's articles on the financial restitution claims that are being pushed by certain Jewish groups. By way of introduction to the subject of the Holocaust Industry, the reader should click on The Holocaust Industry: Reflections on the Exploitation of Jewish Suffering, and read the detailed Peczkis review (which I had posted on April 1, 2005).

The entire post-Jewish property restitution issue should be aired out in the open. Instead, it is being handled secretively by Polish government officials, away from the scrutiny of the Polish public. (pp. 184-185).

HISTORICAL BACKGROUND

Ireneusz T. Lisiak debunks the myth, promoted by the likes of neo-Stalinist Jan T. Gross, that Poles have been reluctant to return Jewish properties to their Holocaust-surviving Jewish owners, and that they did so owing to (what else?) anti-Semitism. Fact is, some 150,000 Polish Jews re-acquired their property before selling it and emigrating to Palestine and elsewhere. (p. 168, 170). Furthermore, the vast majority of Jews had no problem whatsoever in the reacquisition of their property. (p. 173, 184).

However, the new post-WWII Soviet-imposed Communist puppet government was opposed to the return of large-sized Nazi German-seized property to their rightful Jewish owners because, after all, this property was soon to be nationalized. Perhaps ironically, one of the main enforcers of this nationalization policy was Mieczyslaw Mietkowski, a Jewish Communist official. (p. 167, 173). More on nationalized properties later.

JEWISH CLAIMS AGAINST POLAND--ALL SATISFIED IN 1952

Germany is the nation that unilaterally developed and implemented the Shoah, and Germany has been paying billions of Marks to the Jews, as reparation, since 1952. These payments cover ALL the Jewish property seized by the Nazis from the Jews. (p. 169, 171). That alone makes it obvious that Poland owes nothing to the Jews.

JEWISH CLAIMS AGAINST POLAND--ALL SATISFIED IN 1960

As if the foregoing had not been enough, there was the July 16, 1960 agreement involving Poland, and western nations, which included Poland paying a then-considerable sum of 40 million U. S. dollars. It explicitly covered all the properties that had been nationalized as part of the Communization process immediately after WWII. (p. 183, 185).

The large properties that had been nationalized by the Communists included breweries, mills, and factories that had once belonged to Jews. (Of course, it also included large properties that had been owned by non-Jews). However, the agreement between Poland, the USA and Canada, and 12 western European nations specified that, once Poland had paid restitution, which she did, NO nation had any further claims upon Poland for these properties. (p. 173, 187). This entire process was closed in 1981. (p. 186). In fact, a U. S. Congressional resolution stated, in 2008, that the 1960 agreement completely satisfies all property-restitution claims regarding Communist-seized properties. (p. 182).

The issue is unambiguous. Ireneusz T. Lisiak categorically states that Poland has no unrealized property-restitution obligations to the Jews whatsoever. (p. 169, 181). In 2008, minister Sikorski plainly said that Poland had generously returned all the common properties that had belonged to the Jews. (p. 187).

THE "POLITICS OF SHAME"

Owing the fact that the property restitution claims of the Holocaust Industry have no merit, the hucksters of the Holocaust Industry resort to blackmail to try to force Poland to pay them off. (p. 172). Thus, for example, in the west, "German death camps" have yielded to "Nazi death camps", and now they are "Polish death camps." The likes of Anna Bikont, Jan T. Gross, and GAZETA WYBORCZA types have been working overtime to harm Poland until she is forced to pay up. (p. 172). Author Ireneusz T. Lisiak calls this the "Politics of Shame". (p. 184).

Were Poland to yield to the tactics of blackmail of the Holocaust Industry, this would defy Poland's right as a state. Finally, the reader must realize that Poles themselves have not, to this day, gotten compensation for their estates that had been seized by the Communists. (p. 187).
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