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.).More
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.More
Potulice concentration camp
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.More
The Polish 303 Squadron
Air Chief Marshal Sir Hugh Dowding, who led Fighter Command, wrote: "Had it not been for the magnificent material contributed by the Polish squadrons and their unsurpassed gallantry, I hesitate to say that the outcome of the Battle would have been the same."More
Why didn't the world do anything to save Jews? The Poles did - an assessment on Polish Jewish relations during the war
You may often hear that the world was silent during the Holocaust or that Poland didn’t do enough to save Jews, but is that really true? Maybe this is something that people say because they’re embarrassed. After all, they didn’t help; think about it? Well, whatever the case, there is simply a lack of recognition for a country that did so much for the Jews. So let’s talk more about Poles and Jews, and also how Poles did help and save Jews. All of this is documented in Jewish and Polish firsthand accounts. I will add that this speech will address assumptions, morals, accountability, self-reflection, and justice for all.More
The Polish Haitian Connection – a case for loyalty in a world of disloyalty
According to the national theory of the pre-war professor and political activist Wincenty Lutosławski: "A black or a red-skinned man can become a true Pole if he takes over the spiritual heritage of the Polish nation, contained in its literature, art, politics, and customs and if he has an unwavering will to contribute to the development of Poles' national existence." I cover this in the article, how this has been abused and how it has been rewarded in the case of Haitians. For much of Polish history, those the Poles have tried to help have not returned the favor. The Haitians have and even to this day revere the Polish.More
Poland didn't do enough to save Jews? Are you sure?
Polish history, especially during World War II, is often manipulated and distorted, especially regarding Polish Jewish history. It is exceptionally one-sided, and we often hear only the Jewish side, but is that fair? I don’t think so; historians must think of themselves like judges; they must hear both sides and come to the correct conclusion. I believe most reasonable people consider themselves like this, but often they don’t. Yet it’s easy to grab onto one side of the story or take the side of one group, especially when that’s all you read and see. The distortion is active when we hear that Poles did not do enough to save Jews; this article and soon-to-be speech will debunk this narrative.More
The German and Soviet propaganda history behind Polish jokes
Polish "jokes" came from German propaganda and was then pushed by Soviet communist sympathizers in Hollywood.More
Poland, assimilation, and the theory of national existence
According to the national theory of the pre-war professor and political activist Wincenty Lutosławski: "A black or a red-skinned man can become a true Pole if he takes over the spiritual heritage of the Polish nation, contained in its literature, art, politics, and customs and if he has an unwavering will to contribute to the development of Poles' national existence."More
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