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‘Pro-Palestine’ Protesters March With Anti-Semitic Signs in Poland

‘Pro-Palestine’ Protesters March With Anti-Semitic Signs in Poland

Only recently did Jewish Poles feel comfortable expressing their identity. I bet that will change once again.

Poland. Of all places in the world…POLAND.

Even Poland isn’t immune from the growing and blatant anti-Semitism plaguing the world right now.

Poland. Then again, Poland just elected a leftist government that would be led by none other than former EU Minister Donald Tusk!

Ugh. There have been a few anti-Jew protests in Poland.

“Keep the world clean.” “From the river to the sea.”

But then again…history.

The Axis killed around 80%, probably more, of Polish Jews in WWII. Poland didn’t return to normalcy after WWII. It became a “satellite state” of the USSR with a Communist puppet regime. many of those who escaped didn’t come back.

Those who stayed felt the wrath of the Soviets and Communists.

It wasn’t until this year that more Poles started to identify as Jewish. The country’s Jewish population is only 7,500 that people know of. There could be as many as 50,000.

This article is dated October 2, only five days before Hamas invaded and massacred thousands of Jews.

It hurts to read this now:

At a reception for the community, Israel’s ambassador to Poland, Dr. Jacob Livne, said that many more Jews in Poland were willing to declare their religious heritage and that was a very positive development. “I am happy that more and more people are no longer afraid to speak openly about being Jewish. The strengthening of ties between Israel and Poland in recent months helps to strengthen the relationship between the State of Israel and the Jewish community and preserve the Jewish heritage in Poland.”

I’m sure the number will go down due to the disgusting anti-Semitism on display in the country.


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Good God, the Poles should know better. A failure in education I guess like fairly recent history never happened.

    Granny in reply to Whitewall. | October 30, 2023 at 6:07 pm

    Should know better? They’re just exhibiting their heritage. Antisemitism has been rampant in Poland for centuries. And don’t forget that the Poles were very complicit in the Holocaust.

      Whitewall in reply to Granny. | October 30, 2023 at 6:48 pm

      The g-parents of these marching young people would have known about the Pale of Settlement time which only ended during WW1. This behavior is taught.

      Tiki in reply to Granny. | October 30, 2023 at 6:51 pm

      Interesting how you blithely sidestep the mass murder of Catholic and secular Poles by Waffen SS, Wehrmacht and Russian SHERSH agents and troops.

      It’s vile genocide denial. I suppose some corpses are less worthy than others.

      How many Polish were murdered en masse by Waffen SS and Russian SMERSH.

        Milhouse in reply to Tiki. | October 31, 2023 at 12:31 am

        Many. How is that relevant? The fact is that many Poles collaborated with the Germans to kill Jews. Even the Polish Partisans who were fighting the Germans would hand Jews over to them, or just kill them themselves. That’s why Jews had to form their own partisan bands.

We read of the Horrible Hamas and the Peace Loving Palestinians. It’s okay to be Pro-Palestinian because they are victims just like Jews.

The story of Shani Louk who was killed and paraded through the streets of Gaza with all the people cheering dispels that lie. The difference between Hamas and Palestinians in Gaza is is that Hamas are merely Palestinians of fighting age. The the rest of the Palestinians are their mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, uncles, aunts, cousins, neighbors, etc.

Where did Hamas come from? From Palestinian mothers. Who raised them? Palestinian mothers. The Palestininian girls of today are the mothers of the Hamas of tomorrow.

    Peabody in reply to Peabody. | October 30, 2023 at 6:08 pm

    In the article on sponge bombs by Leslie Eastman there is a quote by John Podhoretz that is baked into my mind. I will never get over it as long as I live:

    “They baked a baby. In an oven.


    Say ceasefire one more time, you effun baby-murdering-loving ghouls.”

    Hey Poland, next time you need help, call the Palestinians.

    Granny in reply to Peabody. | October 30, 2023 at 6:11 pm

    Go back and look at some of the videos that came out of Gaza 15 years or so ago of boys at Sumer camp learning to use a rifle and invasion tactics at an age ours would be learning to swim and doing arts and crafts. Even better are the kindergarten performances glorifying martyrdom.

Huh. Let several million Muslim men who hate Jews into the EU and who is surprised? How’s that unchecked immigration working for you Europe

    Granny in reply to diver64. | October 30, 2023 at 6:15 pm

    Immigration is only an excuse. Hatred of the Jews has been the norm in much of Europe for centuries. You do realize tgst the Ditch were very involved in rounding up Ditch Jews and the French were directly responsible for the Vel’ d Hiv’ roundup in Paris. If you’re not familiar with thst last one look it up. Absolutely horrifying

Morning Sunshine | October 30, 2023 at 7:41 pm

I recall a few months/years ago, someone in the news accidentally referred to Auschwitz as “Polish Death Camp.” Poland was livid and said in no uncertain terms that it was a GERMAN camp on Polish soil, and Poland had had nothing to do with it.
interesting juxtaposition……

I did not side step that nor did I ignore the responsibility of the Germans. The fact remains thot many Poles were complicit in the Holocaust.

Didn’t know Poland had let in the muslims

What do you mean “Even Poland”? Poland has been an antisemitic place since somewhere around 1900. In the 1930s its government was even more antisemitic than Germany’s.

Historically Poland was a wonderful place for Jews, from about the 12th through the 16th centuries. But after the Ukrainians massacred Polish Jews in 1648-49, and the Poles either collaborated with them (in the case of Nemirov) or didn’t care, relations took a turn for the worse, and by 1900 one could assume a Pole was probably an antisemite.

    Andrzejr2 (właso) in reply to Milhouse. | October 31, 2023 at 4:04 am

    I guess Jews love anti-Semitism, especially Polish anti-Semitism. I think so because in 1939 over half of the European Jewish population lived in Poland.

      Even today moving countries is not a simple thing. Not everyone can do it. Look at how many people remain in places like NY or CA, or real s***tholes like Minneapolis.

      Back then moving ones whole family to a new country was even harder, and more expensive.

        Andrzejr2 (właso) in reply to Milhouse. | October 31, 2023 at 8:19 am

        I guess the move wasn’t that hard since so many people moved. To Poland. Most of them did not speak Polish, so the Germans had no problem identifying and murdering them.

          Hardly anyone moved to Poland. Jews who didn’t speak Polish were mostly not recent immigrants; they were mostly Polish Jews whose families had lived there for centuries.

        Andrzejr2 (właso) in reply to Milhouse. | November 1, 2023 at 5:56 am

        Milhouse October 31, 2023 10:29 pm

        “Hardly anyone moved to Poland.”

        That’s true. Jews did not move to Poland, they were simply chased away from all over Europe. And this has happened many times over the centuries. Be wise and do not make categorical judgments on matters you have no idea about.

    Eric R. in reply to Milhouse. | October 31, 2023 at 12:02 pm


    My father was born in Poland and fled to the USSR when the Nazis invaded. So yes, while I am a staunch anti-Communist, my father is alive because of Stalin.

    He once told me that that to be Jewish in Poland at that time was ultimately worse than being black in Mississippi.

      Andrzejr2 (właso) in reply to Eric R.. | October 31, 2023 at 12:24 pm

      Did your father tell you why he didn’t immediately flee to the USSR from the Polish pogroms, but waited for the Germans (or, as you call them, Nazis)? By the way, during Stalin’s times, the Germans could not invade Ukraine because such a country did not exist.

        Don’t be silly. The Ukraine as a country has existed for centuries. It was not an independent country until the 1990s (except for a brief period under Chmielnitzky’s proto-nazis.)

          Andrzejr2 (właso) in reply to Milhouse. | November 1, 2023 at 6:07 am

          Ukrainian nationality has existed for a long time, that’s true. At least because of its linguistic independence, but as a state with borders and independently established power, it was established only after the collapse of the USSR. The Khmelnytsky Uprising was the first significant attempt to create a Ukrainian state, but it was completely unsuccessful.
          “Chmielnitzky’s proto-Nazi” is already an argument ad Hitlerum, so continuing the conversation with you probably doesn’t make much sense.
          Be wise and do not make categorical judgments on matters you have no idea about.

Now that Poland has a leftist government, I am sure they will resume their beloved pogroms against Jews, but will use Muslim migrants as their proxies.