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Villas like the one Kaczynski was living in were given only to top party officials!!!!


erin111 1 | -
1 Aug 2017 #1
It is really puzzling, that at the time when intelligentsia and those who belonged during the war to AK, were send to Siberia, Kaczynski received a villa in Warsaw's most prestigious district!!! It is just mind boggling!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This kind of villa was not given to middle rank party officials, it is villa given to TOP party officials!!! Rajmond must have been collaborating with communist regime, e.g. spying and pointing to others to be arrested by Stalinist regime. Many Jews (Kaczynski was a Russian Jew) did it after the war. They gladly joined the ranks of the oppressors of Poles, some from the sheer hate, other as opportunists who just didn't care about Poles. In 1968 many of them were afraid that they will have to explain their past and emigrated from Poland.
Ziemowit 13 | 4,069
1 Aug 2017 #2
Is this Harold posting under a different name!?
delphiandomine 85 | 18,266
1 Aug 2017 #3
Give him credit, he wouldn't get Daddy's name wrong.

The theory of Kaczyński's father being Russian and Jewish is quite widespread though in nationalist circles.
Lyzko 25 | 7,139
1 Aug 2017 #4
..nevertheless idiotic!! Every time someone comes along who's designated as bad or evil, people figure, "Hey, he must be Jewish somewhere!"
So far the list includes Hitler, Lenin, this dude Kaczynski, and host of other destestibles.

First of all, just look at Kaczynski? Now is that a 'yiddische punim'????! GIMME A BREAK, JAKE!!
delphiandomine 85 | 18,266
1 Aug 2017 #5
Every time someone comes along who's designated as bad or evil, people figure, "Hey, he must be Jewish somewhere!"

There's a funny list somewhere that basically accuses anyone that is anyone in Poland of being Jewish. Kaczyński's real name is supposed to be Kalkstein, if I remember correctly.
mafketis 23 | 8,395
1 Aug 2017 #6
There's a funny list somewhere that basically accuses anyone that is anyone in Poland of being Jewish

Jew and Pole aren't mutually exclusive (the way Russian and Jew are) there's a distinction but a lot of historical overlap and that's a remnant of that, as I always say at any given time half of the population of Poland is hiding its Jewish roots from the other half....

(from an American point of view "Jewish" looks and behavior are very common in modern Poland)
Lyzko 25 | 7,139
1 Aug 2017 #7
Someone can also be Polish and Jewish simultaneously:-)
jon357 63 | 15,214
1 Aug 2017 #8
Kaczynski received a villa in Warsaw's most prestigious district!

Having certain relatives who were key figures in early PRL politics and the Stalinist-era judiciary (who were directly involved in prosecuting and executing opponents of the regime including well-known wartime figures) could hardly have harmed this...

The theory of Kaczyński's father being Russian and Jewish is quite widespread though in nationalist circles.

That one's been going round the web for years without proof. They apparently lived somewhere fairly close to Odessa, however I don't think any documentary proof exists to suggest they were Jewish.
Ironside 49 | 10,305
4 Aug 2017 #9
is hiding its Jewish roots from the other half....

Really? How is that?
pawian 170 | 11,336
4 Aug 2019 #10
Interesting. How did he manage to restart his studies and succeed in his career after the war, I wonder?

Reasons might be multiple, probably we`ll never know if he was a communist mole in patriotic AK ranks or he remained a patriot himself but had a friend in communist police headquarters who protected him in the worst stalinist period 1948-1956. Kaczyński had saved his friend`s life during occupation and then the latter wanted to express gratitude.

People were living on the edge all the time, while war and later times wrote incredible sceniarios in which people had to play strange roles.


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