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TO BE A JEW: DISCUSSIONS WITH DAG HALVORSEN ABOUT JEWS AND THE ANTISEMITISM OF THE POLES.

Tuesday, February 1, 2011
TO BE A JEW: DISCUSSIONS WITH DAG HALVORSEN ABOUT JEWS AND THE ANTISEMITISM OF THE POLES. In this Polish-language book, Halvorsen asks many questions which reflect popular stereotypes about Poles, and Wroblewski, who is of Jewish background (p. 7), responds to him. >>more...

Anatomy of perfidy JT Gross'a

Monday, January 31, 2011
Anatomy of perfidy Gross'a JT is the subject of my article for the Catholic press in the U.S. under the title "Holocaust Profiteering by Literary Hoax" or "Exploitation of the Holocaust through literary forgery." The main negative character of this article is JT Gross and his last four books of distorting history kompromitowanego advantage today by some Jewish, of Jewish claim >>more...

Izrael, Tea Party i Strach Przed Żydami w USA

Sunday, January 30, 2011
Grupa polityczna nazywana „Tea Party” z Sarą Palin na czele składa się z wielu ludzi popieranych lub szukających poparcia ruchu neo-konserwatystów o żydowskiej ideologii stworzonej przez nowojorskich trockistów nawróconych na syjonizm. Wielu, ale nie wszyscy, w Tea Party propagują pogląd, że Izrael jest najważniejszym aliantem USA i że Izrael jest „jedyną demokracją” na Bliskim Wschodzie. Prezydent Obama zaprzecza tej opinii, kiedy chwali on demokrację w Turcji i wielki udział Turków w ostatnich wyborach. >>more...

The Jewish refugee

Friday, December 31, 2010
This heavily-documented work contains many facts and figures on the early-middle WWII-related movement of Jews across, Europe, Palestine, the USSR, and other nations. In terms of historical development, the authors touch on the historic Polish tolerance of Jews: "Moreover, the 1492 expulsion [of Jews from Spain] was one of the last acts of tragedy of the Middle Ages. In Holland, Turkey, and even far-away Poland, the Jews of those days found hospitality and promise of a new and brighter future." (p. 11). >>more...

Burning Questions an Emmy Award Winning Documentary About Polish Catholics in the Holocaust

Friday, December 31, 2010
Everyone knows about the 6 million Jews murdered by the Germans during WWII. Who has ever heard of the 3 million Polish gentiles who met the same fate, including a large fraction of Poland's intelligentsia (teachers, professors, priests, etc.)? Is the genocide of Poles part of the Holocaust, a holocaust but not the Holocaust, or some other item in Newspeak? >>more...

How the WWII Genocide of Jews Became Supreme Over all the Other Genocides

Friday, December 31, 2010
Novick points out that tax money is being used to support Holocaust museums, and that emphasis on the Holocaust in American society is largely self-perpetuating, as there are thousands of full-time Holocaust professionals employed for its maintenance, transmission and dissemination. According to Novick (p.277), the closing of Holocaust institutions and the cessation of required Holocaust teaching in schools would create intolerable controversy. >>more...

Teutonic Lies About History of „Kaliningrad” – Letter to Wikipedia

Saturday, December 25, 2010
Balto-Slavic past of Kaliningrad should be included in the rich history of this strategically important region of Europe. Thus the early interest in establishing an international rule of law in Poland was caused by a forgery committed by the German Armed Brethren, who obtained a temporary fief of Chełmno from Konrad I of Mazovia (1187–1247) in 1228 in the Act of Kruszwica. The temporary fief of Chełmno was obtained by the Teutonic Knights for the time needed to convert the Balto-Slavic Prussians to Christianity. >>more...

The Paradox of the Spanish Civil War and the “Moslems” in Nazi Concentration Camps

Saturday, December 25, 2010
In “The Spanish Civil War 1936-9″the author Donald MacKinnon wrote that …. We ignore the ghastly paradox of a war to make the world democratic. The book on the origins of the Spanish Civil War by Nigel Thomson: “The Crisis of Democracy in Spain” … confronts the greatest paradox of the Second Republic: why did the most popular and historic party of the republican movement play the key role in the Republic’s destruction? Why did it let itself be subverted by Stalin’s NKVD, and accepted by far more weapons from the Soviets than the nationalist received from Hitler and Mussolini. >>more...

The Cultural and Economic Oppression of the Poles by Prussia

Saturday, December 25, 2010
In order to answer O. Mueller’s concerns about the “Historical Facts” in his letter to the editor of Culture Wars of November 2010, I would like to present facts about the Berlin’s efforts to eradicate Polish language and culture and Vienna’s exploitation of Polish provinces annexed by Austria. The Cultural and Economic Oppression of the Poles by Prussia The year1815 saw renewed efforts by the Berlin government to eradi­cate Polish lan­guage and culture in Silesia.  As a result 40 Polish villages went on strike in 1817 near Ostróda and Nidzica in Mazuria, East Prussia.  Germans arrested the strikers >>more...

Niemcy ostatnią deską ratunku dla euro

Saturday, December 25, 2010
Ciekawa jest droga historyczna, idąc po której, dzisiejsze Niemcy są ‘ostatnią deską ratunku’ dla euro lub można powiedzieć – chciałyby być ostatnią deską ratunku dla euro. W ramach europejskiej unii monetarnej Niemcy mogą nadal dawać upust niemieckim ambicjom zdobywania ważnej pozycji na świecie. W perspektywie historycznej jest to naturalnie znacznie mniejsza skala działania, niż w czasach pierwszej i drugiej wojny światowej w czasie, których Niemcy zaczęły walki zbrojne w nadziei zdobycia imperium od Renu do Władywostoku >>more...
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