The Current dispute between Poland and Israel over the history of the Nazi Occupation of Poland during World War two is one of the most foolish things I've seen two countries do in a long time. It not only serves the purpose of their common enemies, of which there are many, to foment trouble between common … Continue reading The Only Winners in the Poland / Israel Dispute are their Common Enemies
Remember the series of wistful articles the New York Times ran in 2008 to mark the 75th anniversary of the birth of Adolf Hitler's Thousand Year Reich? Me neither -- because, of course, it never happened. But that's not as crazy as it sounds considering the Times is running a series of stories under the … Continue reading Red Century story makes me see red
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By Steve Eggleston In an interview with the Associated Press, former Polish President Lech Walesa said of the world and the American role in it, "(T)he world is disorganized and the superpower is not taking the lead. I am displeased." Walesa, who led the Solidarity movement that led to the end of Communism in Poland, … Continue reading Lech Walesa is displeased US no longer world leader
by baldilocks Only soft-handed Marxists natter on about the “right” or “wrong side of history.” Countries like Poland, however, have been battered by real Marxism and proceed accordingly. NATO allies will hold emergency talks on the crisis in Ukraine on Tuesday, for the second time in three days, following a request from Poland, the alliance said on … Continue reading Poland Gives History the Side-Eye (UPDATED)
Poland #1 via commentator gazzer from the Daily Telegraph Poland to enforce chemical castration of paedophiles Poland #2 Oscar-winning director Andrzej Wajda and other Polish filmmakers appealed Monday to U.S. and Swiss authorities to free Roman Polanski, decrying his arrest as a "provocation." Their appeal came as the Polish and French governments wrote to U.S. … Continue reading A tale of two Polands