According to the US 7th circuit court Hajda was a Goralian Pole whose sister said "My brother Bronislaw Hajda, was a Pole like myself".
Should be "according to a website".
Here they said that he was Ukrainian.
So what? This is one case that we definitely won't solve. Actually his name sounds Polish but in Polish I read that he was Ukrainian.
Your sources know better than his sister? That's unlikely.
Well, it is extremely funny to hear it from you, Harry. Especially when you were the one who spoke that Chopin wasnt Polish. Back then you knew better than Chopin himself, right?
Sure! Canadian court knows better. Uladzimir sounds very Polish too!
They say here that "he collaborated with Germans in Belarusian police"
And that he may be deported to Belarus for a trial. Then why not to Poland if he was Polish?
Antoni Sawoniuk. If he was Polish and had Polish parents, why does he have a Belarusian surname and name (his real name was Andrei) and his names are written in cyrillic alphabet even on the wikipedia? Well, all your words about him considering himself a Polish patriot is a lie as long as you don't provide sources.
Some Poles certainly did take part in the Holocaust but these ones are not Polish or it is impossible to say which nation they belonged to. We can argue all night and won't come to the truth. Give other names Harry and we will talk. I'm not gonna reply to you anymore without it, so don't bother replying to me.
No dice, as we say in English, Haylel!
Actually just wanted to see if someone's a native Pole.
The ritual murder stuff's right out of the Middle Ages, mister! You excuse fellow Poles involved in the Kielce affair for being just ignorant slobs who grew up with hostility to Jews as with their own mother's milk??? I'd think a condemnation and call for re-thinking past brutalities would be a more appropriate response:-)
Excuse fellow Poles? When? Geez, I'm sick of people here who can't even read properly. Lyzko, read properly and then speak out. Kidnapping was their reasoning. When did I defend them because of it?
Exactly! And you said -
Haha, now you say that you're Polish? Don't make me laugh. You speak Polish "troche" but you are a Pole. Oh my...
Who is "we"? Who is "us"? Do you include all Poles in that "we" and "us", even those who still show their affection for Nazi Germany?
I should have said "most of us". Actually I'm pretty sure that majority of Poles think the same way about Holocaust and our "part" in it. All I have to do is check random articles about it or comment s in the Polish internet. Or just ask people around me.