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"The Poles want to cleanse themselves from the Holocaust and from the criminal destruction of our prisoners of war"

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"The Poles want to cleanse themselves from the Holocaust and from the criminal destruction of our prisoners of war"



The President of Poland signed the law, which we got the name “about Bandera ideology,” but in Western countries they paid more attention to another aspect and called it “the law on the Holocaust.” The essence of the signed document boils down to the fact that during the Second World War, Bandera destroyed 6 million Polish citizens, and, according to Poland’s calculations, only half of the victims of Jewish origin in this figure are half.

According to the law, fines and prison terms of up to three years are implied for public statements about the involvement of Poles in the mass extermination of Jews during the Second World War. A number of questions were raised by the provision prohibiting the naming of death camps on the territory of Poland "Polish death camps". Israel canceled official meetings in Poland, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused the Poles of distorting stories and denial of the holocaust.

In turn, in Poland, such an exacerbation of the discussion of nationalist themes provoked a wave of anti-Semitism, the media wrote about the appearance of T-shirts with the words “We are not ashamed of Edvabne” - a town in Poland, where after the Second World War there was a massacre of Jews. The pogroms were attributed to the reluctance of ethnic Poles to return their homes and property to Jews who survived in death camps.

Historian, public figure and publicist Boris Yulin recalls that later the Poles demanded that Jews leave Europe and go to live in Israel, created for them. According to him, the desire of the Poles to clear themselves of war crimes is fully consistent with the anti-Soviet hysteria in Eastern Europe. He told about this in an interview on the eve of .RU:

- The background that made Poland adopt the "anti-Bandera law" is extremely understandable. During the Second World War, Bandera "defended" the land, which was considered Ukrainian, from the Poles by exterminating the latter. What is important - they were killed cruelly, with whole families, simply for their national identity. That is, Bandera-a pronounced Nazis. For example, they did it in the Lviv region. There are still such moods in Poland that Lviv is a Polish city. With the Bandera component of this law, everything is clear. Bandera has always been the enemies of the Poles. Of course, this will aggravate relations with Ukraine, but they are constantly becoming more acute without it. And this is inevitable, because Bandera cannot get along with the Poles. During the "Maidan" in Poland, this was forgotten.

As for the part of the law on the Holocaust - about the name of the death camps - here the Poles proceed from the seemingly quite logical statement that the camps were German - just in Poland. Therefore, the name "Polish death camps", just such a phrase, is criminal. In fact, the Poles here are trying to relieve themselves of any share of the blame for the various forms of genocide, to put it beyond discussion.

In my opinion, there is a significant connection with the fact that in Poland even before that there were death camps where Soviet prisoners of war were destroyed in the 20s after the Soviet-Polish war. After the adoption of the law, this topic in Poland will not be discussed at all. In this case, the Poles are simply trying to absolve themselves of all the blame. But in reality, the Poles participated in the section of Czechoslovakia, along with Hitler in 1938, and pursued a pronounced nationalist policy. In Poland, Belarusians and Ukrainians were “second class” people. In the western territories of Ukraine and Belarus, the Poles made settlements osadnik, in fact, armed militias, which were to keep the "local bydlo" in submission. So the Poles are trying to wither all this out of their history, leaving only the fact that they are “white and fluffy” and “most affected”, while “all sorts of bloody rascals” are sitting around.

Much of the Polish citizens who suffered from Bandera were the same Polish Jews, destroyed by the Nazis, as in the same Warsaw ghetto. Many forget to mention the victims, who appeared to the Poles in the struggle with each other. The Craiova army fought against the pro-Soviet Polish underground, and then against the Soviet army, when our army liberated Poland from the Nazis. Here are the same victims during the Warsaw Uprising, when the Craiova army set up an unsuccessful uprising to liberate the ghetto before the Soviet troops arrived.

Similar laws on the historical past are being adopted in many countries. For example, in France there is a law that does not concern France at all, there the criminal term threatens for non-recognition of the Armenian Genocide by the Turks. Where is Turkey, where is Armenia - and where is France? From the point of view of logic, it’s impossible to understand why the French have passed the law. We have such laws. For example, we have a completely meaningless ban on any demonstration of Nazi symbols in publications, so one of our citizens recently got an administrative fine who posted a photo of the Victory Parade — the moment when Soviet soldiers threw Nazi banners to the Mausoleum. A criminal case was initiated against a woman who posted a photograph of the Kukryniks of World War II, because there is almost always a swastika on the works of Kukryniks: Hitler or his accomplices are depicted in caricature. And the caricatures of the Great Patriotic War became the reason to initiate a case.



But the law in Poland also distorts history by introducing a zone of silence. The Poles are trying by all means to disown genocide, repression and everything connected with it.

As for T-shirts, it means that in Poland itself they remembered the expulsion of the Jews. They then liked Hitler’s plan to expel Jews from Europe in general, moreover, the nationalist Zionist organization, which collaborated with Hitler on the idea of ​​creating a Jewish state, also liked the plan. The fact of Zionist cooperation with Hitler took place, which today the Jews do not like to discuss.

In 1948, Israel arose, and the Poles decided - why not throw all the Jews there, leaving their homes and their possessions? If someone started to drive out all the Poles from somewhere, the Poles would be outraged, but when it comes to others, this is normal. Nationalism is vile enough everywhere. But why now talk about this law? Now Poland’s claims to Russia as the successor of the Soviet Union are constantly being made, and therefore, in the framework of anti-Soviet hysteria, such laws become necessary. The Poles, in the opinion of the authorities of this country, should be cleared of their crimes and for the destruction of Soviet prisoners of war in Polish camps. It is the Polish death camps, not the German ones, where our prisoners of war were destroyed in the 1920s — it will simply be impossible to talk about them in Poland, it will be a criminal offense.
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  1. aszzz888
    aszzz888 11 February 2018 06: 55
    +3
    By all means, the Poles are trying to disown genocide, repressions and everything connected with it.

    And do not hesitate to pursue such a policy of rewriting history at the state level. But history itself will not forgive them for this. angry
    1. oldseaman1957
      oldseaman1957 11 February 2018 09: 32
      +2
      Quote: aszzz888
      . But history itself will not forgive them for this.
      - For arrogance and abomination. And to repent!
      1. aszzz888
        aszzz888 11 February 2018 09: 40
        +2
        oldseaman1957 Today, 09: 32- For arrogance and abomination. And to repent!

        They have a long track record, there is something to appear in Hell! angry
        1. Pereira
          Pereira 11 February 2018 09: 52
          +3
          We also have a list of cannibalistic peoples who have been able to mimic victims. But the authorities keep silent about this. And how are they better than the Poles?
    2. siberalt
      siberalt 11 February 2018 14: 30
      +1
      France recognized the law on the Armenian Genocide because then it adopted many Armenian refugees and their diaspora is very large there. At the beginning of the Karabakh conflict there were many French doctors and journalists.
  2. andrewkor
    andrewkor 11 February 2018 07: 03
    +5
    So much for Orwell’s “1984” in action, even a ministry has been created!
    1. 210ox
      210ox 11 February 2018 08: 01
      +6
      Yes, you’re right. It’s a kind of Polish nationalism and they are bending their line continuously and regardless of protests and concerns. By the way, our leaders should take note of their stubbornness. Here, take and close the memorial in Smolensk, all the same, except the Poles, they don’t go to their part of the complex .A will protest, spit from a high hill.
      Quote: andrewkor
      So much for Orwell’s “1984” in action, even a ministry has been created!
      1. chenia
        chenia 11 February 2018 10: 57
        +6
        Quote: 210ox
        So take and close the memorial in Smolensk,


        Not our method. It is better to build in front of the memorial to the Red Army victims of Polish concentration camps. Let them visit and seeThere is no punishment without guilt.
        1. 210ox
          210ox 11 February 2018 15: 21
          0
          There, opposite the sanatorium of the Ministry of Internal Affairs "Borok". Not a ride.
          Quote: chenia
          Quote: 210ox
          So take and close the memorial in Smolensk,


          Not our method. It is better to build in front of the memorial to the Red Army victims of Polish concentration camps. Let them visit and seeThere is no punishment without guilt.
  3. Basil50
    Basil50 11 February 2018 07: 04
    +3
    Pinched pride pushes on all sorts of different things. But for the whole nation to cherish its own inferiority.
    Since 1918, the Poles managed to fight with all their neighbors. The conclusions about their own invincibility were so dizzying that they believed it and lost to the Nazis * casting * on the main * European integrators *.
    Achievements of the Poles were only near the SOVIET UNION. Self-esteem suffered, from that the insults and claims to non-recognition of Polish greatness began to be cultivated among the Poles.
    It seems to me that the Poles are aware of all this from that and resentment at all the neighbors who understand this all, and REMEMBER about Polish hops in the last century.
  4. victorsh
    victorsh 11 February 2018 07: 07
    +3
    In my opinion, there is a significant connection with the fact that in Poland there were death camps before, where Soviet prisoners of war were destroyed in the 20 years after the Soviet-Polish war
    Not my first comment on this topic. I repeat.
    We will not recall the atrocities of the lords in the 17-18-s. We will recall the past. Until the state level there will be recognition and apology of the Poles for the murders of Russian prisoners in their concentration camps-Katyn must be destroyed! Second-REAL documents on KATYNA. And we will talk .
  5. Vard
    Vard 11 February 2018 07: 33
    +1
    In the history of any state there are moments that I would not want to recall ... On the other hand, any state has the right to protection itself ... in the form in which it understands its national interests ... The Poles row their kind and that’s right .. Unlike Russia .. In particular, Katyn ... repentance has not brought anyone to good ...
  6. MadCat
    MadCat 11 February 2018 07: 41
    +5
    This law has already branded them as liars, no illiterate legalists can cancel historical facts and hundreds of thousands of witnesses.
  7. Professor
    Professor 11 February 2018 08: 30
    +1
    As for T-shirts, it means that in Poland itself they remembered the expulsion of the Jews. They then liked Hitler’s plan to expel Jews from Europe in general, moreover, the nationalist Zionist organization, which collaborated with Hitler on the idea of ​​creating a Jewish state, also liked the plan. The fact of Zionist cooperation with Hitler took place, which today the Jews do not like to discuss.

    We love to discuss this fake because it does not smell like facts.

    And the Poles wanted to cleanse themselves with this law, but in fact they attracted even more world attention to the crimes committed by the Poles. Fabulous [deleted].
    1. rotmistr60
      rotmistr60 11 February 2018 11: 31
      +3
      ... in fact, they attracted even more world attention to the crimes committed by the Poles.
      It is hard to disagree with you. Directly according to Chernomyrdin: "We wanted the best, but it turned out as always."
    2. sxfRipper
      sxfRipper 11 February 2018 11: 54
      +2
      We love to discuss this fake.
      Speak for yourself, do not need others. And the facts are immeasurable. Starting from the period between the First and Second World Wars.
      1. Professor
        Professor 11 February 2018 12: 08
        0
        Quote: sxfRipper
        We love to discuss this fake.
        Speak for yourself, do not need others. And the facts are immeasurable. Starting from the period between the First and Second World Wars.

        Nemereno? Who is not a lot of "facts"?
        1. sxfRipper
          sxfRipper 11 February 2018 12: 23
          +1
          Have you been banned in Google? Or does it really hurt your eyes?
          1. Professor
            Professor 11 February 2018 13: 03
            0
            Quote: sxfRipper
            Have you been banned in Google? Or does it really hurt your eyes?

            Oh how cute. wassat They sent to Google. Miracle arguments.
            1. sxfRipper
              sxfRipper 11 February 2018 13: 22
              0
              Is this a hint of a visit to my house followed by a discussion? Duc - any whim for your money. What is the problem? In the "God's chosen"?
              1. Professor
                Professor 11 February 2018 14: 22
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                Quote: sxfRipper
                Is this a hint of a visit to my house followed by a discussion? Duc - any whim for your money. What is the problem? In the "God's chosen"?

                What are you? No problem. The level of your knowledge is clear.
                1. sxfRipper
                  sxfRipper 11 February 2018 17: 03
                  0
                  I see no reason to feed the troll, who knows perfectly the real facts, but denies them, because they do not correspond to officially accepted ones.
                  1. Professor
                    Professor 11 February 2018 19: 34
                    +2
                    Quote: sxfRipper
                    I see no reason to feed the troll, who knows perfectly the real facts, but denies them, because they do not correspond to officially accepted ones.

                    So the opponent merged calling the troll and sending to Google for his own arguments. Yes ... now crushed the anti-Semite. No pleasure in communication. sad
                    1. sxfRipper
                      sxfRipper 12 February 2018 15: 22
                      0
                      ABOUT! Waited))) Antisemit))) Do not tell my slippers! You can be anti-Semite or anti-Semite - everything is clear here! And here is the term coined for brainwashing ... Antifrancophone, anti-anglophone, anti-Writ ... Change your profile picture. Do not disgrace the nation, huh?
        2. KaPToC
          KaPToC 11 February 2018 13: 23
          +1
          Quote: Professor
          Nemereno? Who is not a lot of "facts"?

          Nobody measured - that's "unmeasured"
  8. parusnik
    parusnik 11 February 2018 08: 57
    +5
    It is the Polish death camps, and not the German ones, where our prisoners of war were destroyed in the 1920s - it will simply be impossible to talk about them in Poland, this will be punishable by law.
    ... A little off topic .. Poles made films about how the NKVD shot Polish officers, how Bandera killed Poles ... And our cinema, probably will not make a film about the destruction of the Red Army in the Polish death camps ... Yes, and it and it’s clear ... not the format ....
    1. chenia
      chenia 11 February 2018 11: 59
      +1
      Quote: parusnik
      and will not make a film about the destruction of the Red Army in the Polish death camps ... Yes, and it is understandable ... not a format ....


      Yes. And the film’s finale asks when those who mocked, tortured and killed the Red Army were brought to the pit and the NKVDnik shot in the back of the head. And the credits are. "Katyn. There is no punishment without guilt."
    2. captain
      captain 11 February 2018 14: 21
      0
      Dear parusnik. Well, ours cannot make such a film, for obvious political reasons. The fact is that among the leadership of the RSDLP there were a lot of people of Polish nationality and with Polish roots. For example; Krupskaya, Dzerzhinsky, Zasulich, Petrusevich and a number of other very prominent figures in the RSDLP. Among the military, Rokosovsky, Tukhachevsky (Polish roots) Poplavsky, Levandovsky and others are less well-known not in the military environment. How do you imagine such a film and Krupskaya with Dzerzhinsky?
      1. parusnik
        parusnik 11 February 2018 14: 28
        +1
        Well, ours cannot make such a film, for obvious political reasons.[quote] [/ quote] ... And what do the people you specify now run the cinema ... work in the government?
        1. captain
          captain 11 February 2018 15: 53
          0
          Quote: parusnik
          Well, ours cannot make such a film, for obvious political reasons.
          ... And what do the people you indicated now run the cinema ... work in the government?

          So your brothers in faith will gnaw. "He raised his hand to Soviet power": they will shout, "it means Russophobe."
      2. sxfRipper
        sxfRipper 15 February 2018 06: 39
        0
        Elementary. Let me remind you of the old joke - the picture "Lenin in Poland", in the picture a hut, two pairs of legs stick out of the hut. The author explains:
        - These are the legs of Nadezhda Konstantinovna, and this is Felix Edmundovich.
        - And Lenin?
        - And Lenin is in Poland!
  9. bandabas
    bandabas 11 February 2018 12: 30
    +1
    Well, the Psheks have never been friends with us, but a bunch of "bros" .... That's YES! When they feel bad.
  10. Lexus
    Lexus 11 February 2018 13: 33
    0
    Do not wash off, no matter how hard they try.
  11. tank64rus
    tank64rus 11 February 2018 15: 03
    +2
    And our "elite" for Katyn all apologizes. There was nothing to throw the beads ...
  12. Altona
    Altona 12 February 2018 11: 29
    +1
    Many profanity words are of purely Polish origin. And this is no accident. I do not want to offend all Poles, among them there are many worthy people, the same Rokossovsky and Jaruzelsky for example, there are people who defend the memory of Soviet soldiers. But among the "elite" of Poland there are too many fascist philistines and farmers, small-town Nazis who are ready to pour mud at all. Only the United States and England recognize masters over themselves.
  13. Altona
    Altona 12 February 2018 11: 30
    +2
    Quote: tank64rus
    And our "elite" for Katyn all apologizes.

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    Katyn fits well in the paradigm of "bloody Stalin and his gulag machine." Just because. To tarnish the Soviet past.
  14. Altona
    Altona 12 February 2018 11: 34
    +1
    Quote: Professor
    And the Poles wanted to cleanse themselves with this law.

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    If only to "clean." Poland wants recognition as a victim from all sides (Nazi and Soviet) and subsequent payments, in fact royalties from Germany and Russia. Not bad, huh?