May 20, 2019
No way to recover from that.
Being called out for being a shabbos goy is a kill shot. Not in America, of course. But in Poland, it means that you should just give up on politics.
An election debate in the Polish city of Kielce on Saturday descended into a display of anti-Semitism and skullcap-throwing, as candidates sparred over restitution to Jewish Holocaust victims.
During the debate, Dawid Lewicki, a candidate for the far-right Confederation political alliance, stuck a kippah in front of a candidate from the ruling Law and Justice party and said, “This is the symbol of Law and Justice. They kneel before the Jews, they sell the country for $300 billion,” according to Polish press reports.
The Law and Justice candidate, Anne Krupka, then threw the skullcap off the table.
Even a representative of the ruling center-right coalition of shills was disgusted by the dirty little skullcap, and violently rejected it because her guilty conscience rebelled against the undeniable fact that her party is, in fact, a shabbos organization.
In America, the whole nation takes a knee and holds a day of national mourning if a kippah is downed.
An American soldier mourning on the Day of the Downed Kippah – lest we forget.
The establishment in Poland comes off as based compared to what we have in America, but they also tripped over themselves to apologize.
Remember the Ambassador who got attacked and spit on in Tel Aviv?
Poland’s Ambassador to Israel Marek Magierowski condemned the incident in a tweet on Sunday, saying that “all expressions of racially motivated hatred are unacceptable.”
Foreign Ministry spokesman Emmanuel Nahshon, however, said it was not worthy of comment.
“This a fringe racist party that isn’t even worthy of responding to,” he said.
They’re a small party with a few seats in the Sejm, unfortunately.
And I wonder now if the political establishment will conclude that they have a moral justification for cucking to the Jews on the issue of reparations.
I’m skeptical of PiS, obviously. And now they’ve been officially branded by the dreaded
yellow star EU-themed kippah.
At a Saturday campaign rally in Lodz, Morawiecki doubled down on his insistence that his Law & Justice party “would not consent” to claims of Holocaust restitution, telling voters “We will defend Poland.”
Morawiecki said paying restitution “violates international law and would also be a posthumous victory for Hitler, which is why we will never allow it.”
Last year, Warsaw passed a law that made it illegal to accuse the Polish nation or state of complicity in Nazi German war crimes.
The move sparked an outcry from Israel, which saw it as an attempt to ban testimonials on Polish crimes against Jews.
Elections are coming up, and we will see if this Jewish reparations hullabaloo translates into more Poles voting for the right or not.