Current Issues

As Goes the Holocaust, So Goes the West

By David Cole In Taki’s Magazine […..] All current attempts to stifle speech in the name of protecting feelings, and all current scare campaigns about how unregulated speech inevitably leads to bad and destructive outcomes, owe their existence to the acceptance by Western whites of a set of “special circumstances” whereby traditional notions of “fight […]

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Current Issues

A national problem like no other

A national problem like no other by Max Denken Since 2015, Poland has been under a wide propaganda assault and goodwill sabotage by the Europe-dissolving European Union and Merkel’s Germany’s on one side and, Putin’s dezinformatsiya on the other, with Israel, international Jewish institutions and Jewish media wreaking havoc within that armored encirclement and the […]

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Book Reviews

Gates of Tears, by David Silberklang. 2014

Gates of Tears, by David Silberklang. 2014 Reviewed by Jan Peczkis Squarely Faces Jewish-Nazi Collaboration in Significant Detail. Mischaracterizes Jedwabne and the JUDENJAGD (Hunt for the Jews) This work covers all phases of the German occupation of Poland, and its effect on Jews. It is best suited for the Holocaust-familiar reader. THE INTENSITY OF THE […]

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Polish/Jewish Relations

The Gebert Clan

The Gebert Clan From a Comintern agent to a fanatical hunter of “Polish anti-Semitism”, the Gebert family figures symbolize/represent two pupating stances of a fierce aversion to Polish patriotism and “Polishness” in the circles of much of the leftist Jewish intelligentsia. Bolesław Gebert – the father, a Comintern agent (the Communist International), was a typical […]

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Documents

Ribbentrop-Molotov Pact – related documents, some confidential and secret, dated August 23-September 28,1939

The documents present interesting details concerning the Pact. They include confidential correspondence between Hitler, Stalin, Molotov, German and Russian ambassadors, and other politicians. The documents show the scope of cooperation between Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union leading to the start of WWII and during their joint attack on Poland.

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Current Issues

A reader’s response to the article linked below.

Dear Sir/Madam: I am writing in response to the article entitled “In Warsaw, elderly Poles who rescued Jews during the Holocaust have a free taxi service” by Cnaan Liphshiz that was published on 4 February. There are some deficiencies in the article, which I address below. “But another part of it, according to some critics, […]

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Jewish Experience

Itzhak Katzenelson – “Song of the Murdered Jewish People” – fragment

Itzhak Katzenelson was a Polish Jew, a teacher, poet and dramatist. He was born in 1886 in Minsk and murdered in Auschwitz, on May 1, 1944. While in Vittel, France, in a detention camp where the Nazis held citizens of Allied and neutral countries for possible later prisoner exchange, Katzenelson wrote Dos lid funem oysqehargetn […]

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Current Issues

Yad Vashem apologizes for “inaccuracies” and “half-truths” at the World Holocaust Forum

As reported by the Israeli media, Yad Vashem, The World Holocaust Remembrance Center, apologizes for the “inaccuracies” and “half-truths” presented at the World Holocaust Forum in Jerusalem last month, after the institute was criticized for unduly emphasizing Russia’s role in ending the war and avoiding information that Moscow finds uncomfortable.    Yad Vashem apologizes for […]

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Polish Experience

How the Soviet “Liberators” Pillaged Poland

The Soviet dictator’s decisions and the resulting conduct of the Soviets in the post WWII Poland clearly shows what the “liberation” actually meant. Stalin treated Poland as conquered territory. His task was to centrally coordinate the transfer of war gains to the USSR.  For this purpose, a special committee was established, and the entire operation, […]

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Current Issues

Daniel Kawczynski MP speaks in the Holocaust Memorial Day Debate.

Transcript: “I would like to address colleagues, not as the MP for Shrewsbury, but as the only Polish-born British Member of this Parliament, in this Parliament. A lot of the killings during the second world war took place in the country of my birth. Of course, we could not go back to Poland after we […]

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