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Should Poland be given ANY credit for ALLOWING Jews into Poland for 1000 years?

Dziewanna - | 6
21 Oct 2015 #181
One world one people contradicts multiculturalism. It is called uniformity.
milky 13 | 1,657
21 Oct 2015 #182
Sometimes things make sense when you're stoned..but in fact make none.
Lyzko 29 | 7,245
21 Oct 2015 #183
Poland ought to be given as much "credit" for allowing Jews into their country as any other country which offered sanction and safe haven to persecuted minorities. Sadly, Israel too see herself as a persecuted aka surrounded island in a sea of enemies, is however for that reason perhaps less than friendly to her Palestinian fellow citizens:-) Often though, it seems a bit of a rationalization.

We were discussing Poland, and I believe Poland has done more than many others in allowing (if not always welcoming) Jews along with others to live within its borders!
22 Jan 2017 #184
Poland is the ONLY country in Europe that granted Jews their own "kingdom." They had their own laws, their own courts. For a while, moslems did, too! A little too much "human rights" stuff can get you in trouble I guess.
nothanks - | 640
23 Jan 2017 #185
Indeed. The legend is the Nazis did not need to do much detective work in some areas because the Jews with their long beards and speaking practically no Polish - stuck out like a sore thumb.
Marsupial - | 886
23 Jan 2017 #186
Plus they ratted on each other to save their own skin. It didn't work.
Lyzko 29 | 7,245
23 Jan 2017 #187
Whereas today, nothanks, just the opposite is often the case! I know of a 100% Jewish woman hovering around her 60's from Warsaw who knows (or claims to know) NO Yiddish, only Polish as a mother tongue, plus fluent English and a smattering of high school Russian during the Communist era.

She shuns Jewish symbolism in public, looks "Polish" with high cheekbones, lightish eyes and a penchant for highly suggestive clothing. While she never wears a cross, on the streets of any Polish city, I assure you all she would be indistinguishable from any other Pole:-)
27 Jan 2017 #188
Poles deserve to be ********** because they are a pathetic weak nation of punching bags. They always try to please everyone then act surprised no one treats them seriously. They shouldn't even exist. Literally a nation of slaves.
Marsupial - | 886
27 Jan 2017 #189
Put down the bong and back to scrubbing floors peasant!
johnny reb 28 | 5,036
15 Mar 2019 #190
about Poles being "anti-semitic" towards Jews.......does Poland deserve any credit for allowing MOST of the world's Jewish population into Poland

Absolutely and this is why the jews should be paying Poland retribution in the $ billions $ for saving their influential ethno religious community.
But instead the majority of the world's jewish population receive sympathy for something they had no part in and expect retribution from Poland as if it was Poland's fault.

The jews conveniently leave out the fact that Poland was the only country in the world, at the time, that wasn't burning them at the stake.

The jews owe Poland big time $$$$$ the way I see it.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,475
15 Mar 2019 #191
Interesting that Johnny Reb has yet again resurrected a thread with the sole intention of stirring up trouble.
Lyzko 29 | 7,245
15 Mar 2019 #192
Thus far, Poland hasn't payed nearly as much in compensation (restytucja) as has Germany!
Compared though with Germany, Cracow remains the one spot in Poland where Israeli Jews as well as those from other countries often come
to celebrate their Jewish identity side by side with gentile Poles.
mafketis 24 | 9,144
15 Mar 2019 #193
Poland hasn't payed nearly as much in compensation (restytucja) as has Germany!

Why should it?
delphiandomine 88 | 18,475
15 Mar 2019 #194
Maybe the question is not "why should it?", but "who should it be paid to?".
mafketis 24 | 9,144
15 Mar 2019 #195
I don't think the first step should be missed: Poland played no role in carrying out the holocaust so... sorry, no compensation.

Those with property lost to the PRL have a better claim, but more financial and not return of real estate (complete with post war constructed buildings...).

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