The Poles are arguably the most Jew-wise people on the planet – their history with the Killers of Christ is one that spans nearly a thousand years, and involves the rise and fall of a once-great nation.
Yes, you had cucks back in Medieval times open the borders to the unwashed hook-nosed hordes, but the end result (the decline and collapse of the Polish Kingdom) was something not lost on the commoners.
That being said, it does not surprise me in the least that Poland has once again emerged as a shining beacon of Anti-Semitism within a seriously pozzed Europe – a nation that has made it so that Jews no longer feel welcome or safe within its boundaries.
Matylda Jonas-Kowalik has spent most of her 22 years secure in the belief that she would never know the discrimination, persecution or violence that killed or traumatized generations of Polish Jews before her. She once thought the biggest problem that young Jewish Poles like herself faced was finding a Jewish boyfriend or girlfriend in a country dominated by Catholics.
But an eruption of anti-Semitic comments in public debates amid a diplomatic dispute with Israel over a new Holocaust speech law has caused to her to rethink that certainty. Now she and others fear the hostile rhetoric could eventually trigger anti-Semitic violence, and she finds herself thinking constantly about whether she should leave Poland.
“This is my home. I have never lived anywhere else and wanted this to keep being my home,” said Jonas-Kowalik, a Jewish studies major at Warsaw University. “But this makes me very anxious. I don’t know what to expect.”
Expect even more rage to develop among the Goyim – a free marketplace of ideas gifted with internet access and mass communication essentially guarantees that a population will become Anti-Semitic.
And when that happens (the Poles see exactly what damage Jews have caused throughout the West), expulsion becomes the best case scenario for those genetically responsible.
Matters escalated a few weeks ago when Israeli officials sharply criticized new Polish legislation that criminalizes blaming Poland as a nation for crimes committed by Nazi Germany. They accused Poland of seeking to use the law to whitewash the role of the Poles who helped Germans kill Jews during the war.
This is something tied to the Holohoax Myth, but it is quite intriguing when you think about how International Jewry reacted to the bill.
In their minds, every single White person is guilty of killing the six trillion – there are no exemptions no matter whether the nations involved were Allied or Axis during the Second World War.
Amid Israeli criticism, a prominent Polish right-wing commentator used an offensive slur to refer to Jews. Rather than being punished, he was welcomed on TV programs, including a state television talk show where he and the host made anti-Jewish comments, including jokes about Jews and gas chambers.
Commentators have also suggested that opposition to the Holocaust law was a cover for Jews wanting money from Poland, a reference to reparations that international Jewish organizations seek for prewar Jewish property seized by the communists.
About halfway there – they just want an excuse to use when the decision is made to flood Poland with millions of Africans and Arabs.
In recent events, two men tried to urinate in front of Warsaw’s historic Nozyk Synagogue, and then shouted obscenities when security guards intervened. One Jewish community member found a Star of David hanging from gallows spray-painted outside a window of his apartment. A woman found the word “Zyd” — Polish for “Jew” — written in the snow outside her home.
Hell hath no fury like an angry Slav with yummy vodka flowing through his veins – if you’re a greasy Yid, that is.
The current wave of discrimination comes just weeks before the 50th anniversary of an anti-Semitic campaign orchestrated by Poland’s communist regime in March 1968. That campaign began with rhetoric eerily similar to the things being said today and ended up with 20,000 Jews forced to relinquish their possessions and their Polish citizenship and flee the country.
Now just imagine this occurring in a nation like the United States – we’re approaching Jewish subversion levels that are almost ready to outweigh those experience by Poland throughout the centuries.
My guess, however, is that when the time comes, the unleashed rage will make petty banishment decrees seem like child’s play.
And it’ll all be the fault of the Jews – they just never knew when to back off and relent.