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"The Poland question?" Is antisemitism growing?


henrichfierce
2 Nov 2019 #1
Is antisemitism growing in Poland, as we in the Western countries see a mass awakening occurring, as well as the middle Eastern countries.
it's been ba good year, or rather a good couple years for anti-Semitism. What's the pulse of this cycle of what has been a recurring theme throughout history, especially for Poland in the last millennium? I always find Polish history with them fascinating, and want to hear it from actual Polish people, rather than taking Harretz as being an honest broker. Thank ahead.

I must add, I see Poland as having what I would describe as 'developed a resistance to the ways of the parasite' Poland has gotten ahead of them in several instances, what I like to use the anology "Jewjuitsu" and flipping the script ahead of the curve!

Here in the U.S..when I was growing up. I don't know if this was an anti-polish canard of 'Dumb Pole" nonsense "jokes" a me being a racial cousin of Polish saw it as 'racism' and hypocrisy. I'm sure it derived from them.

But now, the irony is deep. Poland on many fronts are carrying our collective torch. Which is why the demonization of Poland has steadily increased Poland doesn't look so dumb now. REJOICE!
Crow 137 | 7,710
2 Nov 2019 #2
Jews don`t helping themselves. Why not apologize to Poles for Jewish role during era of slavery, when Jewish traders were famous by their `Slavic` commodity all around western Europe, Near East and Northern Africa.

Sure, Jews made fine first step by publicly speaking of Slavs as natives of Europe. Pan Netanyahu is a great man. My people appreciate that. But Poles are even more sensitive.
Lyzko 23 | 6,629
2 Nov 2019 #3
Not only in Poland!

According to recent polls in Germany, the AfD and their firebrand "leader" Bjorn Hoecke are on the rise once again.
Sweden too isn't that far behind either.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,790
2 Nov 2019 #4
Actually the most antisemits are the Leftists with their unbroken support of "Kauft nicht bei Juden" BDS ("Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions"). They aren't even ashamed of openly anti-israel demonstrations in the midst of Berlin, near the Holocaust memorial, allowing "We want to burn down Tel Aviv" slogans...not to mention the yearly "Al-Quds" demos on the Ku'damm.

The AfD on the other hand openly supports Israel even in their party program and laments Germany's behaviour at the UN council with not enough support for Israel during votings, often leaving Israel alone to face it's many arabic enemies. They too support Israel's new capital in Jerusalem!

So....it's more a case again of left against right...even leftist Jews are against the AfD...the more conservative Jews feel more threatened by Muslims and leftist Germans though...
Lyzko 23 | 6,629
2 Nov 2019 #5
Sounds as though you're describing the now "Old-Left" during the late '60's, supporting Arafat and condemning Israel.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,790
2 Nov 2019 #6
Sadly no, the latest BDS demonstration happened in October...they are very alive and kicking (Jews).

It was a great medial ruckuss in Germany, but the Berlin gov is very hard leftist and had no problems to allow this to happen. But resistance is mounting!

jpost.com/Diaspora/In-Germany-Israelis-help-to-launch-anti-BDS-group-466182

Some background infos:

ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-5605259,00.html
Miloslaw 6 | 2,355
2 Nov 2019 #7
Actually the most antisemits are the Leftists

This is true everywhere.
The extreme left and the extreme right have always blamed The Jews for all their own failings.
It really is pathetic......
delphiandomine 83 | 17,719
3 Nov 2019 #8
I know one of them. He's the most disgusting example of a left winger - racist as hell, hugely anti-semitic, violent - he threatened to bottle me on several occasions, he only stopped when someone told him that I was friends with a motorbike gang member - then the coward backed off. I found out through a mutual acquaintance that he'd been going around saying that I'd threatened him with the gang, just so he could save face when he stopped making the threats. I don't even know the gang, only that a friend is a member.

He even does things such as break into people's houses when they're on holiday because 'shelter is a human right'.

And to top it all off? Daddy is an oil executive in Doha.
Ironside 48 | 9,825
3 Nov 2019 #9
anti-israel demonstrations

I guess it has to do with discriminations of non-Jews in Israel not with alleged anti-Semitic that at this point doesn't mean anything else beside being a useful pollical libel to disfranchise your opponent.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,790
3 Nov 2019 #10
Israel is a jewish state, an explicitely jewish state...and, as especially Germans know, for very good reasons!

It therefore implies the discrimination of non-Jews and the preference of Jews, if you like it or not.

The call to change that in the name of democracy and multi-kulti and the Palestinians implies the destruction of the one and only country of, by and for Jews and in consequence the Jews themselves. They would become refugees without a home again, easy pickings for world wide hater...again.

That's pure anti-semitism in it's most modern form!
Ironside 48 | 9,825
3 Nov 2019 #11
Israel is a jewish state, a

OK! and Poland is a Polish state, should we discriminate against anyone who is not Polish regardless of his/her Polish passport? Would that be fine and dandy?

for very good reasons!

I see, so it all down to excuses. Either something is right universally or not if is not it shouldn't serve as a standard.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,790
3 Nov 2019 #12
Why do you think Poles wanted Poland to be re-instated after it's own partitions?

Do you feel world wide harassed, threatened and persecuted for being polish?

The jewish people are special, we non-Jews made them so, because of our murderous singling-out over the centuries. Now their enemies are even begrudging them their tiny country, that has to stop somewhere!

Either something is right universally or not if is not it shouldn't serve as a standard.

If Jews were treated like normal standard there would probably not be a problem, but that isn't so. They aren't treated normally...they are being hated and persecuted for being jewish. THAT is not normal, not Jews wanting to live alone, in peace, by themselves...
Miloslaw 6 | 2,355
3 Nov 2019 #13
They aren't treated normally...they are being hated and persecuted for being jewish. THAT is not normal

Precisely.
That in itself makes them a special case.
Perhaps as many as 75% of British Jews live in North West London, which is where I live.
So I know many Jews and know what they are really like.
Most of the rest of The UK do not know Jews like we do here and believe all the lies about them spread by the extreme left and extreme right.
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,416
3 Nov 2019 #14
Perhaps as many as 75% of British Jews live in North West London, which is where I live.

Jews living next to you are no the problem. It's the Zuckerbergs, Madoffs, the Soros gang and those on the Federal Reserve Board that are.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,790
3 Nov 2019 #15
Right now I personally think the most damage to Germany is being done by Merkel...not by any Zuckerberg or Soros...so maybe we might have different priorities!

....well...now that I think about it...she is partly polish...a late revenge on Germany maybe???

*ducks and runs* :)
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,416
3 Nov 2019 #16
My post was about the gray characters and their undercover armies perverting our culture and disconnecting us from the historical events only for the purpose of replacing those with the new world order. This process is deliberately slow and hard to notice and driven mainly by the Jews in the entertainment and information sectors.

Merkels are only the executioners of these trends, who know what's coming if they resist. Here, the presidents who didn't get the memo can get an on-demand recession at the push of the button. Guess in whose hands that button is. Yeap, the banksters, which means the international Jews with no borders and loyalties to no country.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,790
3 Nov 2019 #17
Always astounding...such a nifty people, such powerful √úbermenschen...able to manipulate the world from behind...since centuries...and yet unable to avoid their expulsion, the destruction of their original homeland, centuries of misery and their near-extinction during the Third Reich!

Don't tell me that was all part of the big plan for world domination...
Miloslaw 6 | 2,355
3 Nov 2019 #18
she is partly polish...a late revenge on Germany maybe???

*ducks and runs*

LOL!!!!!!
Lyzko 23 | 6,629
3 Nov 2019 #19
Apparently, Dresden has just declared a "Nazi emergency" (Notaufnahmezustand) throughout the city!

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