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Pamiętniki wlościanina: Od pańszczyzny do dni dzisiejszych (Polish Edition) byJan Slomka

jan peczkis|Friday, May 4, 2018

Those who wonder about the origins of Polish anti-Semitism can immediately see that the Polish peasantry was consistently at the mercy of Jewish usurers: "Peasants had nothing to do with trade, holding it to be a Jewish enterprise...Often the peasant would pay dearly in the spring for grain he had sold the autumn before for a song." (p. 81)

This work was published in 1912 in Polish, with an English-language abridged version in 1929. The present work consists of a 1941 reprint of the latter along with a few added chapters. Jan Slomka was the village mayor of Dzikov (near Tarnobrzeg), in Austrian-ruled Poland near the border with Russian-ruled Poland. His invaluable insights are supported by specific events that he relates.

This book focuses on everyday peasant life, and includes details on such things as peasant tales, superstitions, pranks, etc. No mention is made of peasants believing in the blood libel or blaming Jews for the Crucifixion of Christ. However, it is noted that the local Jews "...staged a mock representation of the sufferings of our Lord." (p. 50).

HOW JEWS EXPLOITED THE POLES: THE SPECIFICS

Those who wonder about the origins of Polish anti-Semitism can immediately see that the Polish peasantry was consistently at the mercy of Jewish usurers: "Peasants had nothing to do with trade, holding it to be a Jewish enterprise...Often the peasant would pay dearly in the spring for grain he had sold the autumn before for a song." (p. 81). "We felt the lack of nourishment, almost every year, from the spring until the crop came in. Grain and other things would jump in price just double, and could be had only from the Jews. These latter would begin from harvest-time to buy up provisions from the farmers, mostly paying them with vodka: and this they would sell during the hunger-period at huge profit." (p. 46).5.0 out of 5 stars
Druga Strona Polskiego Antysemityzmu: Jak Zydzi Systematycznie Eksploatowali Polakow ByJan Peczkison March 22, 2017 Format: Unknown Binding Wciaz slyszymy bezustanny psiocz o Polakach jako antysemitow. Ale nigdy nie slyszemy czemu tak czasami bylo.

Autor Jan Slomka (1842-1932) byl Wojt Dzikow (kolo Tarnobrzeg). On opisuje jak Zydzi postepowali wsrod Polakow.

Biedne Polski chlop byl zmuszony sprzedac Zydom ziarno za niska ceny, a potem kupic cos poczebnego, od Zydow, za przerazliwe wysoki ceny. Co roku, po zniwach, ten cykl sie powtarzal.

Czesto Polak--czy pan czy chlop to obojetne--byl w poczebie finansowej, i byl zmuszone pojsc do Zydowskiego lichwiarza. Polak, w swojej biedzie, czesto mu puzniej nie byl w stanie odplacic pozyczke. To Zyd skorzystal z tego, i zabral wlasnosc Polaka. W ten sposob wloscianie stracili swoje rolnictwa. A panowie tez zacierpili. W samym rejonie Tarnobrzegu bylo skoro majatkow Polskich panow ktore, w podobny sposob, przepadly Zydom.

Zydzi czesto uzytkowali Polskich chlopow dlatego ze chlopie dopiero uczyli sie handlu. Z czasem, chlopi sie nauczyli rachunkowac, i stali konkurencje Zydom. Wteczas Zydzi obrotnie zaczyli bronic swojich przywilejow. [Dopiero pozniej Roman Dmowski, i inny Endekowie, zaczyli, w odwecie i w obronie Polskich interesow, stosowac bojkot przeciwko Zydow.]

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