those are words of artisan no historian, your feeling on the subject has nothing to do with the facts.
Let's not start about choices of words. I just use these words. That's all. If I were to clove out on your words, then I would get the impression you're either super angry or crying behing your keyboard. So, let's not start about choices of words.
In case of NL some people were killed but few for sole reason of giving an aid to Jews nor their families were summarily executed,
I would say 175.000 ppl is a bit more than just "some".
I have no problem with heroic deeds of others but with your constant refusal to comprehend that German occupation in Poland were definitely harsher and cruel than in ti
Apparently you do, otherwise you wouldn't react like that. I never denied anything you say here. It's just in the eye of the beholder, you know. If a healthy critisism is explained as denying that Poland suffered, you really need to rethink your strategy, my friend.
I-S( Your stubborn ignorance of the facts could be called moronic,Me dijo)
If I'm such a moron, why then do you try to imitate me so often?
Again, nobody denies here that Poland suffered during WW2. Nobody. However, a healthy debate is not one of agreeing constantly with the whining about this. A healthy debate consists also of different opinions and critisism at times. But I know Poles have to get used to that. I the West we are used to critisism as part of a good debate. We don't feel attacked, like many Poles on here do, when critisised for failing to see the bad sides of one's own country. And every country had. NL has, PL, has, BE, DE and so on. But unlike the "debaters" on this forum, everybody accepts that. Why can't you? All occupied countries suffered. Some more than others, but bottomline is that everybody suffered. Learn to accept that.
Oh btw, Ironside: if it's just facts, and nothing but cold facts, why then are you and a couple of others so emotional about it? I'm just presenting other facts. Facts that you may not like, but nevertheless facts. Not all facts glorify Poland, you know :)
M-G (bigger and meaner than ever)