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The Holocaust in Israeli Public Debate in the 1950s: Ideology and Memory;When Jewish Collaboration With the Nazis Was Recognized as a Valid Consideration. Strong Anti-Polish Innuendo,

jan peczkis|Tuesday, November 22, 2016

This works features the Judenrat controversy, the question of Jewish heroism, martyrdom, and "passivity". However, this stands out over everything else in this book:

 

SOME POLONOPHOBIC GEMS

The author describes some Jewish authors who strongly reacted against the supposed spirit of submissiveness that Jews had shown while in the Diaspora. For instance, he describes one such Jewish author as follows, (quote) In his book MIKAN U-MIKAN (‘From Here and From Here’) he [Yosef Haim Brenner] wrote: ‘For hundreds of years those [SEE FIRST COMMENT] have been spitting in our faces and we wiped away their spittle and sat down to write books of Talmudic interpretation and dispute, nonsense, revolting things…we waited for the Messiah, gave money to our murderers and fled from one place to another…Wherever we went we were slaughtered and we fouled the air with our spilled blood.’ (unquote). (p. 3).

Yosef Haim Brenner has forgotten elementary facts. Such ingratitude! After Jews had been thrown out of scores of nations, they were welcomed in Poland and given relative freedom and expansive economic privileges. [There are not a few Poles who think that, if anything, it is the Jews that have been [expectorating] upon Poles in the last few centuries—and continue to do so to this very day.]

On another subject, author Roni Stauber (p. 170) characterizes the Polish Underground NSZ as fascist. This canard is straight from Communist propaganda, and has found its way into far too many Jewish publications.
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