“Aftermath” Jedwabne New Lies for Old

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October 30, 2013 · 2:06 pm

9 responses to ““Aftermath” Jedwabne New Lies for Old

  1. “Jedwabne: The Politics of Apology and Contrition, Defamation: The Price of Poland’s Heroism” by Iwo Cyprian Pogonowski

    Presented at the Panel “Jedwabne ~ A Scientific Analysis”
    Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences in America, Inc.
    Annual Meeting, June 8, 2002
    Georgetown University, Washington DC
    A Historical Narrative

    “The Tragedy of Jedwabne Explained by the Evidence of Two Graves and German Archives”

    Thus, on July 10, 1941 German executioners collected Jews of Jedwabne in the town square and drove them by physical violence to the site of their murder. First they shot some 50 Jews and then burned alive 250 others (not 1600 or 1800 as inaccurately reported in the American press on the basis of false information published by J. T. Gross who ignored Soviet and other sources as well as German archives in his book Neighbors).

    “An Evil Empire and the ‘Politics of Apology and Contrition'”

    President Reagan was right: Soviet Union was “an evil empire,” with its communist party that ruled, among other places in the Soviet sphere of influence, Poland with an iron fist for half a century. Now, with a shiny new name of “the Leftist Democratic Union (SLD),” new apologists for the old communist past are starting to act like new emperors, blaming the nation for the crimes of their communist predecessors of the former evil empire. Let me proclaim: these new emperors have no clothes!

    You see, Mr. Miller, like the current president of Poland, Mr. Kwasniewski, has an ax to grind. They are both former high officials of the communist party. Yes, this was the party of the same communists whose NKVD security forces, the mainstay of the Soviet terror apparatus, staged the Kielce pogrom in 1946…..

  2. Warsaw Uprising ~ The Forgotten Soldiers of WWII

    No. 303 Squadron in the Battle for Britain

    No. 303 Squadron in the Battle of Britain

    “A Question of Honor ~ The Kosciuszko Squadron: Forgotten Heroes of World War II” by Lynne Olson and Stanley Cloud

  3. Polish Armed Forces in WWII

    General Wladyslaw Sikorski

    Katyn ~ 1/8

  4. Related ~ Polish President Lech Kaczynski fought for Poland’s energy independence.

    “Riff Over Air Crash Roils Poland’s Artists”
    by Dan Bilefsky ~ May 28, 2013

    “Letter from Poland” 2010

    Tomasz Sakiewicz

    “Did We Lose the Cold War?”
    by Baron Bodissey ~ September 30, 2013

  5. “Decapitation by Mishap”
    by J.R. Nyquist ~ April 16, 2010

    “Russia’s Disruptive Role”
    by J.R. Nyquist

    Jeff Nyquist Show
    Interviews Polish Journalist Tomasz Pompowski
    mp3 ~ link

  6. Excerpt – “The crisis in Christendom”
    “The very fact that in World War II we chose to fight with one form of Totalitarianism against the other two forms, though all were intrinsically wicked, proves not only the basic sympathy between Western materialism and communism but also the grave mistake of trying to drive the Devil out with Beelzebub” – Bishop Fulton J. Sheen

    Bishop Fulton Sheen discussed the alliance of America with the Soviet Union, because of the desire to be victorious over Nazism and Fascism, and the subsequent national blindness of such an alliance. You cannot beat Satan with Beelzebub. Bishop Sheen was censored from saying that line on his radio show during World War II.
    January 3, 1943 – Bishop Fulton Sheen – War and Revolution

  7. Churchill Stands Alone
    1/25 Playlist

    Winston S. Churchill 1874-1965, an Heroic Biography in Lectures

    Winston S. Churchill’s War Speeches

  8. “American Betrayal: The Secret Assault on Our Nation’s Character”
    Diana West ~ June 17, 2013

    Diana West ~ Website

  9. President Reagan’s Address to the Nation About Christmas and the Polish People ~ December 23, 1981