Poland is showing some independence from the Jewish plan of race replacing all Europeans with Muslims and blacks.
It’s not allowed.
This swastika incident is small potatoes, but it does expose the Jewish mindset: Do as we say or you’re a Nazi.
Excerpt from the BBC
Swastikas have been drawn on the gates of Poland’s embassy in Israel, a day after the country’s PM said Jews were among perpetrators of the Holocaust.
Police in Tel Aviv launched an inquiry after profanities and the word “murderer” were also discovered.
Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki’s comments have been strongly condemned by Israel.
He has since said through a spokeswoman that he did not intend to blame Jewish victims for “a Nazi German perpetrated genocide”.
The fresh dispute comes just weeks after Israel criticised a new Polish law making it illegal to accuse the Polish nation or state of complicity in Nazi crimes.
The legislation was signed into law by President Andrzej Duda but also referred to the country’s highest court to consider its constitutionality.
Swastikas and anti-Polish profanities were on Sunday found drawn in marker pen on the gates and also on a bulletin board.
No-one has so far claimed responsibility for vandalising the diplomatic mission.
A police investigation is now under way, Tel Aviv authorities say.
The Polish prime minister made the controversial remarks at the Munich Security Conference on Saturday.
Mr Morawiecki said: “It’s extremely important to first understand that, of course, it’s not going to be punishable, not going to be seen as criminal to say that there were Polish perpetrators – as there were Jewish perpetrators, as there were Russian perpetrators, as there were Ukrainian…. not only German perpetrators.”
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said later on Saturday that the remarks were “outrageous” and showed “an inability to understand history”.
On Sunday, he spoke by telephone with Mr Morawiecki to discuss the issue.
In the call, he “pointed out that the goal of the Holocaust was to destroy the Jewish people and that all Jews were under sentence of death”, Mr Netanyahu’s office said. “He told his Polish counterpart that the distortion regarding Poland could not be corrected by means of another distortion.”
Meanwhile, Polish government spokeswoman Joanna Kopcinsk said that Mr Morawiecki’s comments in Munich “were by no means intended to deny the Holocaust, or charge the Jewish victims of the Holocaust with responsibility for what was a Nazi German perpetrated genocide”.
What does the new Polish law say?
It says that “whoever accuses, publicly and against the facts, the Polish nation, or the Polish state, of being responsible or complicit in the Nazi crimes committed by the Third German Reich… shall be subject to a fine or a penalty of imprisonment of up to three years”.
But it adds the caveat that a person “is not committing a crime if he or she commits such an act as part of artistic or scientific activities”.
The country has long objected to the use of phrases like “Polish death camps”, which suggest the Polish state in some way shared responsibility for camps such as Auschwitz. The camps were built and operated by Nazi Germany after it invaded Poland in 1939.
Poland’s PM appears to be cucking now.
A truly honest politician, like America’s Paul Nehlen, would challenge the Holocaust narrative.
But even a tiny bit of controversy about the Holohoax may make at least a few people think.