Decembrie 9, 2017
Accesul Interzis Jidanilor
Rabinii consternați pot privi de la distanța, dar nu se pot apropia.
A hostel in southwestern Poland has stirred controversy and drawn condemnation after social media users called attention to a huge banner, reportedly hanging outside the establishment for several months, which bars entry to all “Jews, communists, thieves and traitors.”
Un hotel din Polonia a stârnit controverse după ce a afișat un banner prin care a interzis prezența “jidanilor, comuniștilor , hoților și trădătorilor.”
Earlier this week, users on Twitter and Google Maps spotted the banner on the Dom Polski hostel in the small village of Cesarzowice in the Lower Silesia Voivodeship, which reads: “Polish House – ban on entry to Jews, communists and all thieves and traitors of Poland.” Most were appalled and quick to express their anger and indignation, with one tagging it “the Nazi House.”
The banner had apparently been hanging outside for several months, with authorities reportedly reluctant to act as the hostel sits on private property. Although there are conflicting reports on whether or not he is the actual owner, it’s the known as the address of one Piotr Rybak, a notorious local nationalist and member of the National Radical Camp (ONR) movement.
Piotr are coaie.
Rybak is currently serving a short jail term for inciting racial hatred from an incident dating back to November 2015, where at a nationalist rally in Wroclaw, he burnt an effigy of a Jew. His defense at the time, was that he was burning an effigy of George Soros, but didn’t know what he looked like.
Dar Csibi Barna n-a pățit nimic pentrui arderea unei efigii cu Avram Iancu.
Stârnirea urii etnice se aplică doar când atinge poporul ales?
Criza conservelor a lovit și hotelul polonez – colorizat, 2017
After two years of legal wrangling, Rybak managed to get his sentence reduced from ten months to only three, and was fitted with an electronic tag. But last week, a court found him to be in breach of his ‘tag’ conditions after taking part in another nationalist march on 11 November, as well as his behavior at the event. At the rally, Rybak called for violence against leftists, while in two separate videos that emerged, he could be seen calling Polish First Lady Agatha Kornhauser-Duda a “Jew,” as well as going on an anti-Semitic rant outside a synagogue.
Despite the hostel owner’s aggressive right-wing rhetoric, it seems as though exceptions can be made, so long as foreigners pay their bills. Local media reported that some of the rooms in the hostel are being rented out by Ukrainians, for whom Poles still bear enough animosity stemming from last century’s ethnic conflicts.
This latest controversy comes amid a resurgence in nationalist sentiment in Poland, highlighted by the Independence Day celebrations in Warsaw on November 11. Along with displays of national pride, the rally also attracted more unsavory elements such as members of the neo-fascist ONR, the National Movement (RN) and the All-Polish Youth (MW). Far-right supporters also held up flags with the emblem of the National Armed Forces and the words, “Death to the enemies of the homeland.” One of the activists brazenly told TVP news he was taking part “to remove Jewry from power.”
E cam ponderat să fiu sincer. Nici nu pare extremist în adevăratul sens al cuvântului.
Totuși e halucinant cum cineva poate, cu bună credință, să ia apărarea evreilor.
Până când vor fi lăsați să ne paraziteze?
Nu multe state au curajul să extragă corpii străini din plaga deschisă.
Adică nu multe țări se leagă de problema evreiască.
Polonia o face fără cusur.
Human remains from an old Jewish burial ground in eastern Poland have been dug up and dumped in an empty lot to make way for the construction of an electrical substation and a parking lot, authorities said Thursday.
Când cimitirul evreiesc stă în calea progresului.
Jewish religious law holds that bodies only should be disturbed once they are buried under limited circumstances, such as saving lives.
A day after visiting the construction site in Siemiatycze, a small town that was about 60 percent Jewish before World War II, Schudrich showed The Associated Press photos of large mounds of earth with human bones, including a large part of a human skull.
“This is a full-out scandal,” the rabbi, who originally is from New York, said.
“Sometimes people can do something by mistake and could not realize they are seeing bones, but skulls are hard to miss.”
Un popor atât de treaz, polonezii își extermină evreii post-mortem, doar pentru că pot.
Only 70 of the 7,000 Jews estimated to have been living in Siemiatycze on the eve of World War II survived the Holocaust, and none are believed to living there now, Schudrich said.
Dacă nu mai sunt evrei în Siemiatycze, cum vor face locatarii rost de săpun?