Polish president signs Holocaust bill, triggers Israeli, U.S. criticism | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Polish president signs Holocaust bill, triggers Israeli, U.S. criticism

Poland’s president signed into law on Tuesday a bill that imposes jail terms for suggesting the country was complicit in the Holocaust, prompting sharp criticism from Israel and the United States.

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Here is a question that will put this in perspective. Had the Nazis not occupied Poland, would the Polish have taken it upon themselves to start rounding up Jews and sending them to the slave labor camps?


Here's another load of crap coming from israel...

Tian Shan

"Israel says the law will curb free speech, criminalise basic historical facts and stop any discussion...".

And this is from the apartheid country that curbs free speech, criminalises basic historical facts and stops any discussions of the alleged (jew) holocaust of the '40s.

One thing is true from those who have been there: Thousands of Poles risked their lives to protect Jewish neighbours during the war.

In retrospect, most, but not all, of these jews were ungrateful for the help of the non-jew Poles. (Their entitlement/ingratitude is seen in israeli's character today.)

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