piątek, 15 lutego 2019
Whatever Prime Minister Netanyahu said or not said words of 'Poles that collaborated with Nazi' I want to make a simple observation. Not only individual Poles was doing that. There was also French, Englishmen or Americans and Russians doing this on an individual level. There is no need to blame whole nations for such wrongdoings.
Moreover. There were individual cases of Jews collaborating with the Nazi regime. I do not think only about Jewish Police in the Warsaw Ghetto. Not many people know that in Gestapo there was Jewish cell that hired 4 Jews to make persecution of other Jews.
That is a historical fact that is undeniable. As undeniable that when it comes to Israeli there was an unspoken level of cooperation between the fraction of Revisionist Zionist and the Hitler and Mussolini regimes.
Until the middle of 40ths, this fraction had a formal agreement with the Nazis to recreate Jewish State in Palestine with the help of Adolf Hitler.
From that occasion to celebrate this infamous alliance about which Isreal is silent they have even made Isreal-Nazi coin.
In this context leader of the regime that was in past collaborating with the Hitler and Mussolini shall be silent on the individual cooperation between some of Poles and the Nazi. He shall never make a single word on that.
But can this wonder you if you know the story of the Netanyahu family? Was not this his grandfather Ben-Zion Netanyahu that fleed to Palestine not because of ideology but because of being persecuted by the Marshal of II Commonwealth of Poland - Mr. Pilsudski?
The words of Ben-Zion grandson, if true, has made me very sad. Especially that was made on the soil which drowns in the Jewish blood. On the soil so devastated by Hitler and his allies crimes.
They made me sad, not only as the Pole but also as someone that has in his veins Jewish blood. That would be exterminated in the time when this infamous Israel-Nazi coin was made. In some sense, these coins are no different from those silver ones for which Judas sold the Christ.