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Explaining the holocaust;A Strong Indictment of Diaspora Jews and Their Indifference to Jews Dying During the Holocaust

Sunday, June 3, 2018
Author Mordecai Schreiber is a rabbi. His book raises many topics, including the fact that the Jews of the Yishuv and the USA did very little to try to ameliorate the Holocaust. Neither did the leaders of the largest democracies. Contrary to the standard blame-Poles meme followed by so many Jews today, the facts are clear:


Holocaust Angst: The Federal Republic of Germany and American Holocaust Memory since the 1970s byJacob S. Eder;Smoking-Gun Evidence: Germans Trying to Shift the Blame For the Holocaust To Other European Nations! Poles Confirmed

Friday, December 22, 2017
The highlight (or lowlight) of this book is the citation (see p. 254 and 271) of Elisabeth Kübler. 2012. EUROPÄISCHE ERRINERUNGSPOLITIK. (p. 28 in her work). In doing so, author Jacob S. Eder makes this bombshell statement, “The fact that the Holocaust has become a focal point of European memory beyond Germany has also served to ‘SPREAD GUILT EVENLY’ across the European continent.” (p. 200; Emphasis added). >>more...

Holocaust Supremacism Cleverly Disguised By a Rhetoric of Universalist Language: A Self-Appointed "Gateway" Genocide; Multidirectional Memory: Remembering the Holocaust in the Age of Decolonization (Cultural Memory in the Present) 1st Edition by Michael Rothberg

Friday, December 22, 2017
This book is a thinly-veiled Jewish attempt to mend fences with African-Americans after the criticisms, by some African-American leaders, of the preeminence of the Jews’ Holocaust over black slavery in the USA. It consists of the standard Judeocentric memes >>more...

German Reparations and the Jewish World: A History of the Claims Conference 1st Edition;2-nd editionHolocaust Industry: Lack of Transparency. Post-WWII Polish-Jews-Feared-Poles Myth. Poland Targeted. “Holocaust Survivors” a Bait

Wednesday, November 29, 2017
Author Ronald W. Zweig is a researcher, on the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany. He is at Tel Aviv University. The author buys-in into Holocaust supremacism and into the mystification of the Holocaust. That is, he repeats, as fact, the presumed uniqueness of the Holocaust (in terms of moral issues and human experience), and endorses its presumed divorce from its genuine historical setting of war and destruction. (p. 9). Just saying it, over and over, does not make it so! >>more...

Polonofobia aganst Poles- literature

Friday, May 26, 2017
The Nazi Holocaust (5-6 Million Murdered Jews) is a Fact.


Here's Why:


Holocaust, Genocide, and the Law: A Quest for Justice in a Post-Holocaust World;The Shoah in Jurisprudence. Holocaust Industry Update. French Railroad Settlement. Non-Submissive Poland,

Friday, May 5, 2017
Author Michael Bazyler is a Professor of Law, and a leading lawyer in Holocaust restitution cases. This book features an excellent introduction to international law and genocide. It includes an outstanding summary of both sides of the Holocaust-Denial criminalization issue. Its treatment of war-crimes trials, and Holocaust restitution, is less impressive, but still good. However, the author does not consider some other implications of Holocaust law, and I touch on these in the latter part of my review. >>more...

Prewar Polish Anti-Semitism. Jewish Economic Privileges in Poland

Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Jewish scholar Joseph Marcus eschews the knee-jerk anti-Polish generalizations that typify material on this subject in favor of a thorough examination of the Jewish situation prior to Polish independence (1870-1918) and in preWWII Poland (1918-1939). It soon becomes obvious that all the indignities and injustices that Polish Jews experienced occurred within the broader context of overall Polish tolerance in the face of considerable development of Jewish economic life. Ironically, Polish anti-Semitism festered and grew primarily because Polish Jews had been so successful in the first place-actually and perceptively at Polish expense. >>more...

The Construction of European Holocaust Memory: German and Polish Cinema after 1989 (Warsaw Studies in Jewish History and Memory)

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
Author Malgorzata Pakier introduces her book as follows, “In recent years, commemoration of the Holocaust has become a major political, cultural, and educational issue for the European Union…There is no other historical event to which European institutions have demonstrated any comparable deep commitment. It is manifest in such initiatives as the European Parliament’s ‘Resolution on Remembrance of the Holocaust, Antisemitism, and Racism’ approved on January 27, 2005, the sixtieth anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, and in the adoption of legislation criminalizing denial of the Holocaust at the level of the European Union under the German presidency in April 2007. The European Union has also played a key role in setting up the Task Force for International Cooperation on Holocaust Education, launched on the occasion of the International Forum on the Holocaust, which took place in Stockholm in 2000.” (p. 9) >>more...

Polish Complicity in the Holocaust Remains Unsubstantiated. WCALE NIE POTWIERDZA ZNACZNEJ POLSKIEJ ROLI W HOLOCAUSCIE

Sunday, January 24, 2016
IT IS SUCH A BEAUTIFUL, SUNNY DAY, is the title of this Polish language book. It comes across as yet another anti-Polish hit piece related to the Shoah.

The book, at first, seems outwardly objective. Unlike most other Jewish authors, Engelking realizes the Polish suffering under the Germans. However, she seldom internalizes the implications of the situation facing Poles, and how it sometimes drove them to denounce or kill Jews. Poles are always guilty no matter what! >>more...

JEDWABNE WITNESSES;Wha are the Jews?( In polish)

Wednesday, November 11, 2015
THE SOVIET REALITY 1939-1941 ACCORDING TO THE TESTIMONIES OF POLISH JEWS, is the title of this Polish-language scholarly work. The bulk of the content of this book consists of the testimonies of those of Poland's Jews that had been deported to Russia in 1939-1941, alongside the larger numbers of ethnic Poles. Some of the cited testimonies are of ethnic Poles.


The author is better-known as a person than for his books. In this book (p. 113), he called attention to the indiscriminate use of the charge of anti-Semitism to obstruct inquiry that might lead to valid criticism of Jewish conduct. (p. 113). >>more...
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