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The First israelis:Looting Was No More a Polish Disease Than it Was a Jewish Disease

Tuesday, December 15, 2015
There are many reviews of this item. They freely inform the reader about the general features of this book, and I will not repeat them. Instead, I approach this book from an entirely different angle. >>more...

Jewish View of Jewish Elitism, Jewish Cosmopolitanism, Jewish Particularism

Saturday, December 12, 2015
Maurice Samuel (1895-1972) was a Jewish writer and Zionist. He identified himself as a freethinker. (p. 74, 76). He gives some frank insights into Jewish thinking, and I focus on a few of the topics he raises. My review is based on the original 1924 edition.

JEWISH STYLES OF WORSHIP >>more...

A 1920’s Catholic Traditionalist View of Jews. Insights into Polish-Jewish Antagonisms,

Saturday, December 12, 2015
Nowadays, the pre-Vatican II view of Jews is unilaterally demonized. In light of this, the reader may be surprised at the measured reasoning and even-handedness of this devout Catholic author. He lets the Jews tell their side of the story. Contrary to what might be expected, he rejects any theologically-based explanations for the Jews’ situation in the world. (pp. 277-278). His reasoning is almost entirely secular in nature. >>more...

Belarusian Nationalism Scholarship of Imagination:fake or fiction?

Friday, December 11, 2015
Aiming to introduce “Belarusian nationalism” (why not “White Ruthenian,” “Belorussian,” or “Byelorussian” is not explained)1 to Western scholarship, Per Anders Rudling has written two works under one cover. One is a true believer’s regurgitation of leftist theories of nationalism. The other is an awkward attempt to ram the modern historical experience of the people of Belarus into the ideological paradigm which guides him. The result is a mixed bag of misinterpreted historical gems and predictable post-modernist clichés. The greatest flaw is that the author does not sufficiently know the history of the lands and peoples of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, where, in his view, Belarusian nationalism was “imagined.” Despite all this, the historian amazingly distills a sound conclusion, namely that modern ideologies imposed on the denizens of Belarus were calamitous for them. Since neither his theoretical baggage nor empirical evidence rendered themselves to this conclusion, we must assume that the scholar arrived at it largely intuitively. >>more...

Polish Nationalism—Old and New. The Truth at Last,

Tuesday, December 8, 2015
POLAND FOR THE POLES! WHO WERE AND ARE THE POLISH NATIONALISTS? is the title of this Polish-language work. This tour de force is a comprehensive history of the Polish national movement, and it provides a much-needed corrective to the grotesque caricature, of Polish nationalism, that is routinely done by leftists and certain Jews. This work covers Polish nationalism from the days of Roman Dmowski, and then proceeds through Polish history all the way to the present. It is a somewhat frustrating item to review, as there is so much worthwhile information, and space to mention only a little of it. >>more...

Jews and Warsaw :Litwaks and cetera

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Warsaw. The Jewish Metropolis: Essays in Honor of the 75th Birthday of Professor Antony Polonsky

Monday, November 30, 2015
This anthology covers many topics, of which I discuss a few. Compared with most Jewish-authored works, this one employs less of a finger-pointing attitude towards Poles. >>more...

Komparatystyka mordów

Monday, November 23, 2015
Od pewnego czasu panoszy się moda na traktowanie naszej historii jako wymówki do zohydzania Polski i Polaków. Polskie zbrodnie i sprawki, prawdziwe i wydumane, traktuje się nie tylko sui generis, ale przede wszystkim jako wyjątkowe i stąd tak podłe – naturalnie w kontekście pięknego, dobrego i tolerancyjnego świata >>more...

Stalin nakazał zabijanie Polaków ze względu na ich narodowość

Monday, November 23, 2015
O losie Polaków w Związku Sowieckim wciąż wiemy niewiele. Także o „polskiej operacji NKWD” z lat 1937 – 1938 r., która nadal pozostaje „białą plamą” >>more...

Netanjahu desperacko próbuje odwrócić uwagę od intifady. Stąd słowa o Holocauście

Monday, November 23, 2015
 Słowa Netanjahu o Holocauście to desperacka próba odwrócenia opinii publicznej od intifady sztyletników. Odzwierciedla to również jego uprzedzenia narodowe - mówi prof. Marek Jan Chodakiewicz, wykładowca The Institute of World Politics w Waszyngtonie, w rozmowie z AIP >>more...
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