This pepole forget that this is the property of Jews who were Polish citizens before the ww2
Yes, and all the property should be returned to rightful owners, or to their descendants, if they
can prove the right to said property. Nothing, and I will repeat it again - nothing
given to some chutzpah boys in America, who think that Poland owes them something, just because
they are Jews.
90 percent of the property that the Polish government had nationalized were Jewish property.
You'd be wrong here. Almost all private property, including land, real estate and industry, was
confiscated and nationalized. Or maybe you are saying that 90% of all land in Poland belonged
All the things I say are based on the facts of a Polish historian,Anyone that interested in the historian's
name is: "Jan Gross".
Which explains the "accuracy" of your information.
Does anyone of you know that until to this days (more than 65 years) the Polish government earns huge
sums from rental apartments/properties of Jews to Its citizens?!
Those Jews were Polish citizens
, as you said yourself, so the same law applied to them as to
any other Polish citizen, whose real estate is left with no owner after his death, and there are
no rightful heirs claiming it - it is taken over by the state.
One might also say, that those apartments/houses were rebuilt after the war for Polish government's
money and the same money also paid for the upkeep and maintanance of those buildings. If they were
left as they were, after the war, there would be nothing to give back today.
we will see...
As I said, the right to one's property is one of the mainstays of Latin civilization, and obviously, if there
are living owners or their rightful heirs, who can prove their rights - EVERYTHING
should be given back
to them. On the other hand, NOTHING
should be given to some Jewish organisations, who want
billions of dollars from Poland, only because their members happen to be Jewish.
I might as well start a Polish organisation and start demanding reparations from Ukraine, Russia, Belarus
and Lithuania, for the former Polish property on their lands (even though neither me nor my family ever
owned any property there). It would make just as much sense.