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RAre Polish collaboration in the Jewish genoside

Friday, March 17, 2017

: MEMOIRS OF AN ANTI-ZIONIST JEW

Friday, March 17, 2017
Author Elmer Berger, a rabbi and anti-Zionist Jew, considers the actions of the State of Israel to be incompatible with the humanitarian teachings of Judaism. However, it is his analysis of Zionists and the media, in the USA, that overshadows everything else, and that is the subject of my review. Berger's insights have broader implications, and I later touch on some of these. >>more...

The Holocaust and the Human Spirit; “Choiceless Choice”

Sunday, March 5, 2017
There are books that become known less for their content, and more for an idea that they had introduced or popularized. This book is one of them. Lawrence L. Langer and his “Choiceless Choice” has become part of Holocaustpeak, thanks in large part to this book. My review exclusively focuses on this.

“CHOICELESS CHOICES” DEFINED >>more...

An American Understanding:Holocaust

Sunday, March 5, 2017
A strength of this book is its history of the emergence of Holocaust dominance in the USA. Lipstadt comments, “By the late 1950s “Holocaust” was increasingly being used in conjunction with the murder of the Jews, but it still did not have the singular connotation it has today.” (p. 12). “By the end of the decade [1960s] the word had become firmly associated with the Third Reich’s murder of the Jews.” (p. 13). >>more...

OPERATION "JEDWABNE": MYTHS AND FACTS, Inside information

Monday, February 20, 2017
Owing to the vintage of this book, much of its information has been expanded upon, and will generally not be repeated here. See, for instance, The Massacre in Jedwabne, July 10, 1941: Before, During, After (read also the Peczkis review). >>more...

The Holocaust Industry;Getting Money From the Germans. Got a Good Thing Going, So Why Stop With the Germans? For Poland: PEDAGOGIKA WSTYDU

Monday, February 20, 2017
The trend nowadays is to redefine non-German European nations (notably Poland) as co-perpetrators of the Holocaust (or at least "complicit in the Holocaust") for rather obvious reasons. For an update of Finkelstein, please click on, and read my detailed English-language review, of Nie musimy placic Zydom!. It is clear that, individual exceptions aside, the Poles owe the Jews nothing. All Jewish demands, for compensation for Jewish properties lost during the German-made Holocaust, had been satisfied in 1952 and 1960. >>more...

A Surplus of Memory

Monday, February 20, 2017
" I don't think there's any need to analyze the Uprising in military terms. This was a war of less than a thousand people against a mighty army, and no one doubted how it was likely to turn out. This isn't a subject for study in a military school. Not the weapons, not the operations, not the tactics. If there's a school to study the human spirit, there it should be a major subject. The really important things were inherent in the force shown by Jewish youths, after years of degradation, to rise up against their destroyers and determine what death they would choose: Treblinka or Uprising. >>more...

Poles and Jews in POland:Solidarity

Saturday, February 11, 2017
To anyone who has carefully examined this work, and heard Ewa Kurek speak (I have), it is obvious that her level of knowledge is far above that of the usual authors on this subject. Not surprisingly, she has been traduced by Jews owing to the fact that she is non-Judeocompliant. >>more...

Jews and poles

Saturday, February 11, 2017
This book is much more than a biography of long-term Yiddishist activist Noah Prylucki (1882-1941). It offers a broad sweep of Jewish thinking from the latter part of the 19th to the first part of the 20th century. Owing to the fact that it is based primarily on Yiddish newspapers, it brings a wealth of information to light that would otherwise be inaccessible to the non-Yiddish reader. >>more...

Jewish People, Yiddish Nation: Noah Prylucki and the Folkists in Poland

Saturday, February 11, 2017
This book is much more than a biography of long-term Yiddishist activist Noah Prylucki (1882-1941). It offers a broad sweep of Jewish thinking from the latter part of the 19th to the first part of the 20th century. Owing to the fact that it is based primarily on Yiddish newspapers, it brings a wealth of information to light that would otherwise be inaccessible to the non-Yiddish reader >>more...
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