Facebook Discriminatory practices
I recently shared an article on a Jewish collaborator and Jewish collaboration, which is completely factual and historically accurate and I was censored from my Facebook page.More
Poland - the unbreakable - First to fight, never to surrender
Why is Poland so unique, extraordinary, and just undeniably fascinating - at least to me.
There are several reasons. One of the main reasons is because Poland should not even exist and it does and this is because the Polish never quit fighting for their freedom. This means over 40 uprisings, and 123 years without freedom yet in spite of all of this, the Polish people remained invincible and a strong culture - unbroken.More
Poland, propaganda, and revisionism
“During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act” – George Orwell” Our society is in a fight for the truth, especially regarding history. One cannot so quickly speak openly about their thoughts about the past without being defamed if that opinion does not meet the standards of what our society believes is true. This is especially true in regards to anything that involves the victimhood narrative. We’ve become so sensitive as not to offend that we will not tell the truth or avoid inconvenient pasts for fear of causing harm to that said reputation. How far will we go to stop telling history with all of its facts objectively? This is a question we must all ask ourselves.
Facebook Discriminatory practices
I recently shared an article on a Jewish collaborator and Jewish collaboration, which is completely factual and historically accurate and I was censored from my Facebook page.
The Fate of Palestinian Christians
One of the most ancient Christian communities has been reduced and is in continues to dwindle even more. There is a simple reason for this and that reason is Israel. In the last 70 years the population of Christians has dropped nearly ten-fold.
Response to the Deception in Holocaust Curriculum about Polish Collaboration
Response to Deception in Holocaust Curriculum about Polish Collaboration from Gene Sokolowski, PhD. An incredibly well-written response from one of our own about the manipulation of history in another attempt to frame the Polish for crimes they did not commit. Perhaps this is another attempt to deflect the crimes from the Jews themselves and place the blame on the convenient scapegoats, the Poles. This is a never-ending battle that we are up against, but we can continue to fight back because we do have the truth. I urge you to also write the State Superintendent Catherine Truitt at email@example.com. I doubt she is aware of this, this is all mandated from the Holocaust institutions to indoctrinate our children.
This crime cannot be compared to any other.
In 1942, in Łódź, at Przemysłowa Street, the Germans established a concentration camp strictly for Polish children. Several-month-old babies were sent there and mistreated there.
Why were the youngest sent to Kinder-KL Litzmannstadt - Auschwitz for children? This camp was called "Little Auschwitz," where Polish children were worked to death.
The Story of Janusz Korczak - the man who walked with his orphans to death
Janusz Korczak died with 200 children in a gas chamber. He held the hands of the children as they went in. He dedicated his whole life to the children and would never leave them.
Why didn't the world do anything about the Jewish genocide? They did, it was the Polish!
I often see many in Holocaust groups question why more people didn’t do something to try and tell the world about the Jewish genocide. That somehow the “world” was silent. That is not true. Indeed, the Polish repeatedly tried to warn the world about what they witnessed happening to the Jews; from there, the world was silent.
The true story of the martyr Maximilian Kolbe
Maximilian Maria Kolbe, venerated as Saint Maximilian Kolbe, was a Polish Catholic priest and Conventual Franciscan friar who volunteered to die in place of a stranger in the German death camp of Auschwitz, located in German-occupied Poland during World War II.
Żydokomuna in Poland?
Wikipedia and other sites, as well as individuals, say this term is derogatory and racist. But what if the correlation between Communism and Jews is true? Did Poles have the right to assume that many Jews were Communists? Could Żydokomuna be a term used as a defense to avoid dialogue and accountability? In the Communist Party of Poland, those that were "active" in certain areas mostly consisted of people of Jewish descent, who, for example, were in so-called technology (printing, courier communication, etc.), they constituted approximately 75 percent of the members. This incorporated into other various areas and lay at the root of the fairly widespread functioning Jewish “myth” of being "threats to Poland." Can "myths" be true? Given that Jews were at most 1 percent of citizens in Poland at the time, the situation seems quite clear he wrote: "In the light of the presented statistical data, the thesis about the high participation of Jews and people of Jewish origin in the leadership of the UB was formulated on the basis of true premises and as such reflects the historical fact." Probably the most accurate data on an interesting topic was given by Dr. Krzysztof Szwagrzyk in the "IPN Bulletin in 2005.
The Trial of 16 - the staged trial of 16 leaders of the Polish Underground State
In his book, Europe at War, Norman Davies described it as "obscene", that there was no official protest abroad.
Facebook ban for posting about the Soviet Rapes of the Poles
"A 52-year-old victim of gang rape from Pińczów testified that two Soviet war veterans returning from Berlin told her that they fought for Poland for three years and thus had the right to have all Polish females."
Statement against Defamation.
"In a Time of Universal Deceit — Telling the Truth Is a Revolutionary Act" George Orwell
Jewish-Soviet Collaboration in the context of Polish History – Understanding the past through victim accounts.
Poles saving Jews and how they are treated – history of the Holocaust.
Polish Jewish relations
Attitudes and assistance to Jews in Wilno by Poles
Much has been written about Polish participation in the mass killings of Jews in the summer of 1941. Jedwabne, Radzilow, Tykocin and other small towns in the Bialystok region.
According to the thesis of professor Jan T Gross, Polish participation in the killing of Jews was widespread across former Eastern Polish territories.
This has proven quite bogus as for the number claims and it does not provide historical context as to what had taken place just prior to this in eastern Poland with the mass murders of Poles by their Jewish neighbors.
Killings may have taken place, but not to the extent that Gross writes, but these killings also came because of a need for revenge.
A human desire to avenge the atrocities committed against your families.
This context has to be provided to comprehend this in its entirety.
MORE INFORMATION (https://polishtruth.com/article/view/88/eastern-poland-collaboration-in-the-borderlands.html)More
Jewish Ghettos in German-occupied Poland during World War II
Dr. Kurek received her doctorate in history from the Catholic University of Lublin in Poland. She is the author of four books and numerous articles devoted to the history of World War II. She explores Jewish Ghettos in German-occupied Poland.
Jedwabne. It's not what you think. The true story of Jedwabne and what really happened.
“It happened the next day after we made the discovery that changed everything. We were one step away from getting answers. Suddenly, everything stopped.” Do you really want to know what happened at the Jedwabne pogrom? Here I will explain this mystery finally in detail so the world can know all of the facts and the twisted agenda behind it. Did the Poles participate in this "pogrom"? Find out once and for all.
Aleksander Ładoś and the Ładoś Group
Aleksander Ładoś and his group issued up to 10,000 passports. This recently uncovered information provides how involved this Pole and others were in saving thousands of Jews.
ZEGOTA - the Polish council to aid Jews.
"When faced with crimes, one cannot remain passive. Whoever remains silent in the face of murder, becomes an accomplice to the murderer. Whoever does not condemn it, condones it." This was Zofia Kossak's public appeal in “Protest”, issued by the Front for the Revival of Poland, the underground extension of the Catholic Action. That appeal became the symbolic beginning of the secret initiative to aid Jews, "Żegota". If any group from World War II, the Holocaust should be known it should be Zegota.
Why Barbara Engelking and her supporters are wrong and why we should all be aware of the history and historical context of Polish-Jewish relationships.
Why Barbara Engelking and her supporters are wrong and why we should all be aware of the history and historical context of Polish-Jewish relationships. "The very concept of objective truth is fading out of the world. Lies will pass into history." George Orwell Sometimes people support so-called "academic freedom" while sacrificing their integrity. When they do this, it also shows how little they know about the past and how easily they are swayed by what is popular, not just and virtuous. I have been watching this as institutions and historians came to the defense of a Holocaust scholar who recently stated Polish people didn't do enough for the Jews during the Holocaust. This statement is a sweeping generalization, lacking any self-awareness or actual context. If Barbara Engelking is truly a historian of Polish-Jewish relationships, she should know better than to make such a simplification. American historian István Deák has aptly remarked, "No issue in Holocaust literature is more burdened by misunderstanding, mendacity, and sheer racial prejudice than that of Polish-Jewish relations during World War II," and he is correct; I witness this all of the time. "Over the last thirty years," notes Lawrence Weinbaum, "much of world Jewry has displayed a keener sense of hostility toward Poland than Germany. Poland, not Germany, is often seen as the ultimate place of evil… Part of the hostility to Poland is based on the entirely false impression that Germans chose occupied Poland as the venue for the death camps because they could court Polish cooperation in carrying out the Final Solution. Although no historical evidence supports this contention, it has gained very wide currency and credence. Careless references to 'Polish extermination camps,' rather than German or Nazi camps, also fostered this perception. Popular literature, not always based on objective scholarship, has also played a leading role in shaping the popular image of Poland. Novels (and subsequent film adaptations) by popular writers such as Leon Uris (Exodus, Mila 18, QBVII), Gerald Green (Holocaust), and others have done much to influence the way we think about Poland and the impression gained from these books has generally been negative. In such works, Poles are often portrayed in a worse light than the Germans, and it sometimes seems that the burden of guilt for the Holocaust has been shifted to the shoulders of the Poles." The reality is in stark contrast, Poles faced draconian punishments for even giving a Jew water; this meant the execution of their entire family and sometimes the village. No other nation faced such repercussions, and obviously, there is a reason for this; Poles did aid Jews unlike anyone else; otherwise, there would be no such punishment. Here is some rather unknown history of providing insight into the other side of the story that is rarely heard. So how was it when Poles were targeted at the start of the war when they were the primary targets; remember Auschwitz was built for the Poles, not the Jews, and Poles were hiding in the Ghettos trying to avoid round-ups and execution. Poles were being murdered at a much higher ratio than Jews, and letters attest that Jews were actually contented about this, not disturbed. Hitler declared the necessary killing "without pity or mercy all men, women, and children of Polish descent or language. Only in this way can we obtain the living space we need." Hitler also planned that "the destruction of Poland is our primary task. The aim is not the arrival at a certain line but the annihilation of living forces … Be merciless! Be brutal! … The war is to be a war of annihilation." Richard Lukas writes about conquered Poland: "The genocidal policies of the Nazis resulted in the deaths of about as many Polish Gentiles as Polish Jews…. this [Polish Gentile] holocaust has been largely ignored because historians who have written on the subject of the Holocaust have chosen to interpret the tragedy in exclusivist terms — namely, the as the most tragic period in the history of the Jewish Diaspora. To them, the Holocaust was unique to Jews. Therefore, they have had little to say about the nine million Gentiles, including three million Poles, who also perished in the greatest tragedy the world has ever known." Almost no one knows of this because practically everyone's knowledge of Polish-Jewish relationships and the war begins only with the Final Solution. We must also remember that the Final Solution did not begin until much later in the war. Therefore, Jews within the ghetto collaborating with Germans were not doing so under the threat of death, which we hear as a reason why Jews collaborated, but is factually incorrect. There is a moral double standard regarding the Polish; also, Polish police had to collaborate under the threat of death – and the Blue police were minute and played no part in the round-ups like the Jewish police (during the massive deportation of some 265,000 Jews from the Warsaw ghetto in the summer of 1942, "Jewish police delivered 7,000 victims for transport to Treblinka [on July 25] and from then on delivered them at a minimum daily rate of 10,000. The average Jewish policeman in the Warsaw ghetto sent two thousand Jews to their death 'to save his own life.'). Most Jewish police also bribed their way onto the force. This shaming plays out now as a pedagogy of shame taught to many Polish people, just as Barbara Engelking states. Yet, Poles faced the death penalty for any minor crime, causing group retribution. For example, ten people could be executed for the crime if someone was caught with an underground paper. So where was the outcry from the Jewish leaders (Judenrat), like the Polish government in exile (or even in occupied Poland), when the Final Solution began? Furthermore, Poland for two years was occupied by the Soviets, and many Jews collaborated, committing crimes against the Polish; when did they help save Poles there? This situation and era is a whole history for being explored, something I have, but few will endeavor. Just an example. Jan Stancyzk, a socialist, whom no one can accuse of antisemitism, stated to the representatives of Polish Jews in 1943: "I do not want to hide it and admit that among the people who returned from Russia as well as in the army, there is an antisemitic frame of mind. I must confess this with a heavy heart, but one cannot remedy this with an order. The reason for all of this lies in the fact that when the Bolsheviks came to Poland, the Jewish militiamen walked around with lists and pointed out those to be deported from among the Poles. Therefore, it seems to every Pole, were it not for the Jewish Militiaman, he would be able to remain at home on his farm." Why do I share this inconvenient information? I am not trying to be offensive or aggressive, but people need to know the context, relationships, and situation. Is this not hypocritical to even dare state Poles even had to help Poles, although they did overwhelmingly? Think about that now, considering how the Jews often treated them. Historian Yisrael Gutman, a Warsaw ghetto fighter and Auschwitz prisoner stated: "There is no moral imperative which demands that a normal mortal should risk his life and that of his family to save his neighbor. Are we capable of imagining the agony of fear of an individual, a family who selflessly and voluntarily, only due to an inner human impulse, bring into their home someone threatened with death?" Estimates of Poles aiding Jews are as high as three million, again all at risk to the entire family's lives, but that is almost always left out – that's why context is vital (The Danish underground and boatmen who transported Jews to Sweden exacted huge sums of money from the Jews, even though that rescue entailed no real risk because it was carried out with the connivance of the local German naval command.) So did Poles have to help anyway? Would you help? Again, did Jews help Poles? Zofia Kossak-Szczucka, one of the founders of Żegota, the underground Committee for Aid to Jews, that saved the lives of tens of thousands of Jews at the cost of thousands of Polish lives wrote her 1942 pamphlet "The Protest": "We realize they [the Jews] hate us more than they hate the Germans and that they make us responsible for their misfortune." Does this feeling still linger? Will we soon hear that the Germans came to liberate the Jews from the Polish? From what I read, I am afraid we are getting close to this at this stage due to ongoing misinformation and deception. And many Poles did this, but Yad Vashem did not honor them. The number that Yad Vashem proposes for Poles risking their lives for Jews is minute, and if it were factual and trees planted for the righteous Poles, there would be a forest. So perhaps we may all consider the hard facts before supporting someone based on assumptions and so-called freedoms. Freedoms to shame? Freedoms to blame others for something they would not do? I am not trying to shame the Jews. Still, I am trying to provide background on this era and both groups' horrific situations so people can make reasonable and rational judgments about blame. Before we point the finger at others, we should always search ourselves to ensure we are blameless. Maybe we should all challenge ourselves to think hard about the past and the situations people faced, factually assess a situation, and then reason before blindly supporting someone. After reading some of this, maybe consider whether some people have the right to blame others or if anyone can blame others for "not doing enough" in the Poles' situation.
The truth about the Kielce "pogrom", a false flag exposed and Israel, Jews, and Poles.
In January 1945, the Stalinists summoned leading Jews to Lublin for a meeting in which they were told most Jews had no future in Eastern Europe but would be helped to found a Jewish state in Palestine. The Jews were "encouraged" to leave for Palestine, and practical help was given — travel, accommodation, food, and money. "Encouragement" also meant terror attacks by "unknown assailants." The first attacks started soon afterward. The attacks became extreme in mid-1946, with communal violence in Poland, Czechoslovakia, and Hungary (Kielce, Miszkolc, etc.).
Poland’s Independence Day (Narodowe Święto Niepodległości)
Poland’s Independence Day (Narodowe Święto Niepodległości) is celebrated on the 11th of November. This day commemorates when Poland regained its sovereignty from the German, Austro-Hungarian, and Russian Empires in 1918.
Potulice concentration camp
The Potulice concentration camp was built for Polish children in German-occupied Poland. Approximately 25 thousand Polish children were forced to perform slave work, and minor acts of disobedience resulted in brutal punishment. Many died from exhaustion, maltreatment, hunger, and disease. Conditions in this camp were comparable to other concentration camps.
Zegota – the Polish organization that saved the lives of Jews
The remarkable story of Poles that saved Jews at the risk to their lives and to the lives of their families.
The Ulma Family
Servants of God Józef and Wiktoria Ulma, a Polish husband and wife, living in Markowa near Rzeszów in south-eastern Poland during the Nazi German occupation in World War II, were the Righteous who attempted to rescue Polish Jewish families by hiding them in their own home during the Holocaust.
Who am I? Get to know me closer
I am using this platform to continue the battle against revisionism and propaganda. Poland fought and suffered and are now being attacked in a variety of ways for various agendas.
In the name of historical accuracy and truth, we must respond.
Jews & Poles Database
Check the compendium of informations about Polish-Jews relations and encounters.More