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Hate grows

Poland is currently experiencing a resurgence of the far-right (recently highlighted here.) This latest news is bound to cause concern:

Piotr Farfal has had a stellar career. The 28-year-old Pole is a lawyer. He is also a far-right political activist, a card-carrying right-wing extremist and former editor-in-chief of the Polish skinhead magazine Front, which openly supports anti-Semitism and right-wing extremist violence.

And now he has been appointed as deputy chairman of the board of Poland’s state-run public television. People are wondering how this could have happened – even in a country such as Poland that is going through dramatic social and political change.

Farfal, however, has powerful friends in high places. Among them is the leader of the right-wing League of Polish Families, Roman Giertych, who is also Poland’s deputy prime minister and education minister in the country’s new government. It was Giertych that got Farfal his appointment. 

17 comments ↪
  • Comical_Ali

    voilent far left extremism in Europe & around the wolrd & its collaboration with the the far right in "smashing capitalism" is also a major problem.

  • viva peace

    Comical Ali

    Indeed antisemitism is the Left's "original sin." The scary thing is that there are thousands of rabid haters a la Addamo living in the West, let alone the nutjobs in the Islamic world!

  • JohD

    I am bit puzzled, if anti-Jewish politicians get into positions of influence, it is called hate. If anti-Arab, or anti-gay politicians or anti-anything politicians assume positions of power, is it also called hate? How does this work? One anti-Semitic politician does not make it a resurgence of hate. If I were Polish I would be very offended. You guys need to grow up. It is perfectly normal for people of various hues to enjoy influence now and again. He may be anti-Semitic, but may also be in favour of something or the other that has absolutely nothing to do with Jews; which may account for his influence. This Jews 'centre-of-the-universe' attitude is extremely counter-productive and even offensive. Are we to assume that this Jewish-all-the-time monomania is expected of us whether we want to or not? Whether someone is anti-Semitic or not is not a yardstick for anything, unless you are fixated with anti-Semitism. Being anti-Jewish is a despicable form of bigotry, but hardly the yardstick everything has to be judged by.

  • Addamo

    Indeed antisemitism is the Left’s “original sin.”

    Don't tell that to David Duke now wil you?

    The scary thing is that there are thousands of rabid haters a la Addamo living in the West, let alone the nutjobs in the Islamic world!

    Even scarier is that we have gutless and sleazy slanderers like Viva who are able to make these accusations without having to provide evidence.

    BTW. Viva, even after repeated requests, I am still awaiting your proof that I have ever denied the Holocaust or denied Israel's right to exist. Either produce the evidence (and subsequently collect your handsome reward) or be deemed a discredited and bald faced lying shill.

  • Addamo

    his Jews ‘centre-of-the-universe’ attitude is extremely counter-productive and even offensive. Are we to assume that this Jewish-all-the-time monomania is expected of us whether we want to or not?

    That's a valid observation JohD. It's a catch 22, with those you allude to simulatenously approaching any issue involving Jews issue from the perspective that the world revolves around the Jewish faith, while also charging that the world's focus on Israel and Jews is itself anti-Semitic.

    Viva is a text book case of such an ideological basket case.

  • Don Wigan

    Not sure if Comical was trying to be funny, or if he had a point to what he said.

    I mean, here is Antony, who is regularly abused by these trolls for IDF criticism as an anti-semite and Jew-hater. He fingers a case of appointing an anti-semite to a position of power, and is he praised by Ali or Viva? Not on your nelly. However bad it might be, it does not measure up to what the old left used to do.

    That sounds very much like the rationalisation of IDF atrocities. However bad, if necessary, they might be, look at what the Saudis and Iranians do to pickpockets and infidels.

    Antisemitism, genocide, torture, detention without trial, crimes against humanity – don't divide neatly into left and right on the political spectrum. They remain crimes whoever commits them.

  • Addamo

    Very well put Dan,

    Logic and reason, and proving how and informed argument has a way of slicing through boggotry and partisan hackery little a hot knofe through butter.

  • Comical_Ali

    "

    I am bit puzzled, if anti-Jewish politicians get into positions of influence, it is called hate. If anti-Arab, or anti-gay politicians or anti-anything politicians assume positions of power, is it also called hate? How does this work? One anti-Semitic politician does not make it a resurgence of hate.

    If I were Polish I would be very offended. You guys need to grow up. It is perfectly normal for people of various hues to enjoy influence now and again. He may be anti-Semitic, but may also be in favour of something or the other that has absolutely nothing to do with Jews; which may account for his influence. This Jews ‘centre-of-the-universe’ attitude is extremely counter-productive and even offensive. Are we to assume that this Jewish-all-the-time monomania is expected of us whether we want to or not? Whether someone is anti-Semitic or not is not a yardstick for anything, unless you are fixated with anti-Semitism. Being anti-Jewish is a despicable form of bigotry, but hardly the yardstick everything has to be judged by.

    First of all no-one used the word "hate" or "resurgance of hate" to describe what happened in Poland. It was acutually Antony who said –

    "Poland is currently experiencing a resurgence of the far-right"

    And the source that he linked to was a German media source, not a Jewish one. To jump to conclusions and build straw-men by wrongly attributing the quote and the story to Jews and conclude that this evidence of a Jewish complex of "being at the centre of the univerise" is really quite despicable & offensive. At the end of the day, it only exposes your downright bigotry and prejudices. In addition, Jews are just like anyother group – be they Muslims, gays or blacks – & rightfully focuse on issues relating to them. Are you saying that muslims or black people do not have this so called "complex?"

    However, (quite ironcially) Jews have been at the forefront of combating other forms of racism & bigotry – e.g. they have activley campaigned for aboriginal rights, African American rights, etc. Personally I have never seen any other ethnic or religious group – be they muslims, hindu, greek or Italian – go out of their way to raise money, campagin, lobby & protest for the rights of other people and not just their own. Which makes your singling Jews out for having this "complex" all the more disgusting (to say the least).

    As for anti-"other" politicians – you do remember what happened to Pym Fortuyn? Before he got murdered (something which does not happen to anti-Jewish polticians) the media commonly portrayed him as a far-right, hate mongering politician. Nothing could be further from the truth – this was a man who was an active gay rights, pro-abortion, & pro-enviroment campagainer. Yet because he committed a cardinal "sin" by suggesting that immigration numbers should be limited in Holland & criticised the disgraceful muslim attitude & intolerance toward gay people, he was suddenly transformed into a right-wing hate monger by the powers that be – including powerful & influential muslim lobby groups.

    Pauline Hanson was also one politician who assumed power and IN THIS CASE was rightfully dismissed as a hate monger after she disgracefully demonised the asian community. Yet if her targets were Jews instead of asians I would suspect you would also say – I am bit puzzled, if anti-Jewish politicians get into positions of influence, it is called hate…One anti-Semitic politician does not make it a resurgence of hate

    In any case, the fact that a neo-nazi politician got into power in a country where 90% of the country's 3 million Jewish population were massacred with Polish collaboration, should be a cause of concern for everyone, regardless of how or why he got elected or what he has to offer (nothing constructive given his neo-nazi credentials). Not only have you exposed yourself as a downright racist bigot, but also as someone who may quite possibly have neo-nazi leanings and sympathies. I wouldn't even say "possibly," because its actually quite obvious. The fact that no-one rebuked you and on the contrary – the likes of addammo & Don Wigan have come out to support what you say, speaks volumes for the types of people Antony attracts to his blog.

    I don't supposse if this neo-Nazi politician also turned out to be an anti-Muslim bigot as well, it would be unlikely for addammo and DW to have endorsed the comments of a neo-nazi sympathiser – He may be anti-Semitic, anti-Muslim & anti-gay, but may also be in favour of something or the other that has absolutely nothing to do with Jews, Muslims or gays; which may account for his influence….guys need to grow up.

  • Comical_Ali

    That’s a valid observation JohD.

    You forgot to add "zig heil" when addressing your m8 Herr JohD.

    It’s a catch 22, with those you allude to simulatenously approaching any issue involving Jews issue from the perspective that the world revolves around the Jewish faith, while also charging that the world’s focus on Israel and Jews is itself anti-Semitic.

    The wolrd certainly does revolve around the Jewish faith. Just the other day, newspaper editors went into hiding, embassies were burnt down and people were killed in riots all because some insensitive bastard did a catch 22 by appraoching issues that revolved around the Jewish faith and published cartoons of Moses.

  • Comical_Ali

    DW,

    He fingers a case of appointing an anti-semite to a position of power, and is he praised by Ali or Viva? Not on your nelly. However bad it might be, it does not measure up to what the old left used to do.

    I was merley making a simple observation & not a criticism – i.e far left groups are just as dangerous as the far-right. Just look at Baader Meinhoff, the Red Brigades, November 17, Japanese Red Army, Carlos the Jackyal to name but a few. B/thw all of these groups have collobrated and trained with Neo-nazi groups.

    Your right Antony deserves credit for pointing out far-right bigotry.

    That sounds very much like the rationalisation of IDF atrocities. However bad, if necessary, they might be, look at what the Saudis and Iranians do to pickpockets and infidels.

    I guess we all have our own defintions of what constitutes an "atrocity" – yours is killing terrorists with qassam launchers who hide behind civilians.

    Antisemitism, genocide, torture, detention without trial, crimes against humanity – don’t divide neatly into left and right on the political spectrum. They remain crimes whoever commits them.

    you took the words right out of my mouth – thats why I mentioned that one should not forget left wing extremism when talking about the dangers of the far right.

  • JohD

    In any case, the fact that a neo-nazi politician got into power in a country where 90% of the country’s 3 million Jewish population were massacred with Polish collaboration, should be a cause of concern for everyone, regardless of how or why he got elected or what he has to offer (nothing constructive given his neo-nazi credentials).

    What nonsense is this? What evidence do you have that Poles 'collaborated' with the Nazis to massacre Jews? Are you even aware that 6 million Poles were slaughtered in the Holocaust including 3 million Jews? Are you even aware that more Poles are honored by Vad Yashem than the rest of the Nations combined? What ethical and moral malfunction allows you slander a people with a demonstrable willingness to rescue and help others even at the risk of their own lives?

    It would be easy to characterize your behaviour as 'Jewish', but the truth is that you are just a run-of-the mill arsehole. Nothing Jewish about it at all. I refuse to recognize your self-proclaimed Jewishness. It is phony; a facade to mask your total lack of personal identity, aka personality.

    What does it matter if 'Jews have been at the forefront … of combating racism & bigotry", when you have personnaly been the foremost racist around here? It is rank hypocrisy to assume the positive attributes of group identity, when you personally expose yourself as the antithesis of these positive attributes with your constant negative and racist depictions of others.

    I re-iterate; one swallow does not a summer make. One anti-Semite does not make the Poles, or Polish society, Nazi. That someone is anti-Jewish is only of marginal significance, given that the Jewish people are far from imminent danger, if at all. Anti-Semitism is hardly the world's most pressing issue. If it is Anthony's intention to hold forth as a Jewish commentator, then he should let us know, and we can be free to ignore this forum as just another Jew-all-the-time gabfest. I have no desire to be just a decoration to disguise the nature of the discourse.

  • Comical_Ali

    What ethical and moral malfunction allows you slander a people with a demonstrable willingness to rescue and help others even at the risk of their own lives…

    I re-iterate; one swallow does not a summer make. One anti-Semite does not make the Poles, or Polish society, Nazi.

    This is coming from someone who made the following comment This Jews ‘centre-of-the-universe’ attitude is extremely counter-productive and even offensive. Are we to assume that this Jewish-all-the-time monomania is expected of us whether we want to or not?

    now substitute & take out the word 'Jew'from this bigoted generalisation and put in the world 'pole' (assuming that your polish of course – considering that we touched on a raw nerve here). Did someone just say slander?

    I didn't generalise and say ALL "poles" collaborated with nazis in killing Jews but a very large number did along with Ukrainians and Latvians etc. Unfortunaltey those collaborating with the Nazis outnumbered those who helped Jews. The majority of Poles however did neither.

    It would be easy to characterize your behaviour as ‘Jewish’, but the truth is that you are just a run-of-the mill arsehole. Nothing Jewish about it at all. I refuse to recognize your self-proclaimed Jewishness. It is phony; a facade to mask your total lack of personal identity, aka personality.

    I didn't invoke my Jewishness in this conversation. You did & that speaks for itself.

    So by saying that there is "nothing Jewish about me at all" your telling me that I don't fit into your view that Jews have a special complex of being at "the centre of the universe," right?

    What does it matter if ‘Jews have been at the forefront

    It matters because its kinds of ironic that you chose to single out an ethnic/religious minority group for suppossedly having a "centre of the universe" complex

    when that same group campaigned more for the rights of others than other ehtnic/religious minority groups.

    It is rank hypocrisy to assume the positive attributes of group identity, when you personally expose yourself as the antithesis of these positive attributes with your constant negative and racist depictions of others.

    racist depictions of others such as claiming that they have a selfish complex of being at the centre of the universe? I suppose playing devils advocate for a neo-nazi whilst sterotyping an entire people isn't racist either. Far from it.

    I re-iterate; one swallow does not a summer make. One anti-Semite does not make the Poles, or Polish society, Nazi.

    More straw-men. Notice that no-one made any generilising comments about poles or Polish society – just concern that a neo-nazi recieved a high profile appointment. The same sort of concern when Pauline Hanson made her maiden speech in parliament or when Jorge Haader's freedom party formed a coalition in Ausria.

    and we can be free to ignore this forum as just another Jew-all-the-time gabfest. I

    racist slander? Or did I just take the words right out of your mouth?

  • JohD

    This Jews ‘centre-of-the-universe’ attitude is extremely counter-productive and even offensive. Are we to assume that this Jewish-all-the-time monomania is expected of us whether we want to or not?

    Substitute anything here and the statement is not offensive at all, you goose. It is offensive if you believe that you and your group is as important to everybody else, as it is to you. It is offensive when people are expected to excessively love a group as it is to excessively hate them.

    Now in this exchange you have accused me of slandering, cast nazi aspersions upon my character,accused me of bigotry & prejudice, and outright called me a Nazi Symphatizer. What is more, you presume to teach me about Racism – all this without having a clue as to who or what I am.

    Let me explain something to you: I am not a Pole. I am not a Jew, but my Grandfather was one. However I am African, and lived the majority of my life under a racist system that is rivalled only by the Racist State of Israel. There is nothing you can ever teach me about racial hatred, except from the standpoint of the Racist. But even your brand of racism is pretty prosaic. It does seem that you do not hate any group in particular, except Arabs & Muslims that is, but have an animus against all non-Jews, and even some Jews who don't have a chip on their shoulder like you do. That is why I find your Jewish Nationalism offensive – it is underpinned by a refelxive hatred of anything & anybody non-Jewish.

    That is why any discussion about Jews is obnoxious; because it presumes the worst about everybody, and requires a supine posture. Well fuck you, I am not going to play your moronic game. And fuck anybody, Jew or non-Jew, that expects the same.

  • Addamo

    That was superlative and sublime JohD.

    The paranoya and biggotry of these people is so recogniseable, one could be forgiven for believing it's endemic. Fortunately, there are plenty of others that are not atypical of this ideological frailty.

    In his defense, I must say that Comical is at least capable of formulating an intedlligent, though tainted response, which is more than can be said of shirking moonbats like Viva.

  • Comical_Ali

    The thing is I do not believe nor ever said that "my" group is "more important to everyone else." You are – i.e. making offensive generalisations about Jews by singeling them out for having some kind of "centre of the universe" complex & characterising this "trait" as some kind of "Jewish monomania."

    I never brought my Jewishness into this nor made an issue over it. You are & that speaks for itself.

    It does seem that you do not hate any group in particular, except Arabs & Muslims that is, but have an animus against all non-Jews, and even some Jews who don’t have a chip on their shoulder like you do. That is why I find your Jewish Nationalism offensive – it is underpinned by a refelxive hatred of anything & anybody non-Jewish.

    More classic straw-men. Where have I expressed hatred for anyone who isn't Jewish?

    Now in this exchange you have accused me of slandering, cast nazi aspersions upon my character,accused me of bigotry & prejudice, and outright called me a Nazi Symphatizer. What is more, you presume to teach me about Racism – all this without having a clue as to who or what I am…Let me explain something to you: I am not a Pole. I am not a Jew, but my Grandfather was one. However I am African, and lived the majority of my life under a racist system that is rivalled only by the Racist State of Israel. There is nothing you can ever teach me about racial hatred, except from the standpoint of the Racist. But even your brand of racism is pretty prosaic.

    Ok, conisdering that you are of African origin would you have made a similiar comment to – i.e. He may be anti-Semitic, but may also be in favour of something or the other that has absolutely nothing to do with Jews; which may account for his influence – if he was a member of the KKK, was agaisnt Black people and preached racial superiority oevr them?

    I mean "he may have been but may also be in favour of something or the other that has absolutely nothing to do with Black people." If the answer is a resounding "yes," than I rest my case. You win.

    If its a "no", then surley by your logic (not mine)you could be charged with "Black-all-the-time monomania."

  • JohD

    You don't seem to get it, do you? People are not one-trick ponies, but have many nuanced poistions about a multitude of issues. You keep flinging examples about neo-nazis, and the KKK as if it changes anything. I have two good friends that I see evry second day or so who are pretty much died-in-the-wool Zionist. They are also Jews. They have a particular blind-spot when it comes to Israel that I find disgusting. But they are great guys nontheless, and they are my friends. We just avoid talking about the issue, that is all. That is how people get along in the real world.

    News Flash! – Apartheid and racism is not criminalised in South Africa. Many members of parliament are there on a platform of re-instituting Apartheid. There are tons of Racist that otherwise have positive contributions to make to society. So if soneone has an animus towards Black people, it does not disqualify them from having contributions to make in other areas, which may account for their influence. I may not like their Racial views, but that does not entitle me to disqualify them from all participation in society.

    This is the difference; Jewish Mainstream groups, and their camp followers insist that people be ostracized for demonstrating the slightest unfreindliness towards Jews. Many times it appears that they will settle for nothing less than the total destruction of that person, and his family. This is quite patently thuggish behavior.

  • Comical_Ali

    There are tons of Racist that otherwise have positive contributions to make to society. So if soneone has an animus towards Black people, it does not disqualify them from having contributions to make in other areas, which may account for their influence. I may not like their Racial views, but that does not entitle me to disqualify them from all participation in society.

    I rest my case, you win.

    personally however I think racists who incite hatred against others have nothing constructive to offer to society, but thats just my oppinion.

    This is the difference; Jewish Mainstream groups, and their camp followers insist that people be ostracized for demonstrating the slightest unfreindliness towards Jews. Many times it appears that they will settle for nothing less than the total destruction of that person, and his family. This is quite patently thuggish behavior.

    Can you name me one example where a person and/or their entire family were destroyed? Because, if you are unwilling or unable to, then it just proves my earlier point – that you are a bigot who thrives on lies, hyperbole and little straw-men.

    Are you refering to the incident where deadly Jewish led riots took places around the world over published cartoons of moses?

    I on the other hand, can name you at least 12 politicians, cartoonists, writers and jouranlists who have either been killed or are in police proection along with their families…and not from zionists…

    The italian writer Orianna Fallaci (who is in police protection – fearing for her life) is currently on trial and might be facing a jail sentence by a certain group because she dared critcise and raise question about their religion…and this group aint Jewish.

    Not only do you not have any evidence but its also kind of ironic that you single out Jewish groups for allegedly trying to "destroy people & their families" when this is happening.

    P.s. its not like we need any proof of your bigorty- the fact you made such an issue over my being Jewish is enough. Oh thats right, "some of your best friends are Jewish." I bet they are. my apologies.

    P.P.s your whole argument is based on one quote – "One anti-Semitic politician does not make it a resurgence of hate" a quote which comes from a German source and not a Jewish one. Yet you use it as evidence to prove "Jewish monomania."