posted on Jun, 28 2011 @ 05:53 PM
Asa Polish person, its situations and events like this that PO Polish people many times, and then people wonder why its perceived that Polish people
are anti-semitic. Now let me say right off the bat, I am not anti-Semitic, or against Jews, or anything like that. But causing such unrest when
unfounded is not a way to make people come to your side.
But, there have been some serious instances where certain Jewish groups have provoked Polish people and slandered them, accusing them of horrendous
things, and flat out lied about history to make it look as if Poland was always anti-Semitic. They put on this "Oh woe is us" act, and then lie
about history, making Poland and her people look evil. This is just another instance of provocation of the Polish people, in order to cause more
unrest, and then that way, they can claim how "anti-semetic" the Polish people are for siding with the priest in question, or any instance of
disagreeing with them is perceived as "anti-antisemitism".
They insisted on calling Auschwitz a "Polish" concentration camp. They lied about certain atrocities that occurred during WWII, claiming Poles did
them, when it was completely untrue. They demand constant reparations for lost property from WWII and constant apologies for who knows what. Many
times, Poles were slandered by these groups.
It is sad that some people like to create hatred and fear out of nothing, in order to make a problem, where there wasnt.