I can relate to the Polish PM's condemnation of a citizen spitting at their ambassador, the citizen should instead have explained his anger to the ambassador, why he banged on the roof of the ambassador’s limousine. I however condemn the Polish PM at least as much for not condemning his own Embassy personnel and recall them home for their racist attack on the Jewish citizen. If the citizen spoke the truth and we have no reason to suspect otherwise, he was the victim in that case and then his is just another case of a long line of Polish victim blaming.
This incident should be thoroughly investigated to bring the factual chain of events to light and if what the citizen says is true, the Polish PM should personally come to Israel and apologize to the man as well as punish his own personal the same way he demands Israel to punish the citizen that allegedly spit on their ambassador.
Nevertheless, given the embassy personal treated the Jewish citizen the way he described, we have no reason to doubt that, why else would he act out the way he did? I can relate to him banging on the Polish ambassadors cars roof, yet spitting on him is not the way to go, instead he should have vented his grievance verbally and let the Polish ambassador know, in no uncertain terms that anti-Semitism is completely unacceptable and demanded from him to make things right. If that is what happened and the ambassador instead of apologizing and trying to make things right, further abused the Jewish citizen, he most certainly has deserved being spit on.
We don’t know the full chain of events so we need to bring them to light and act accordingly and not stoop down to the level of the Polish PM who decided to judge before knowing all the facts. In that regard, whatever happened, I condemn him for that, for judging the Jewish citizen before all the facts are known. Regardless of what happened, that is a clear case of anti-Semitism and given the PM’s record of holocaust denial, I think it is time to break of diplomatic relations with that naziclown. Because those who deny the crimes of their fathers and even defend their crimes by blaming their victims are destined to repeat them.
Unfortunately, I have to report, in my many conversations with polish citizens primarily on the internet, of those maybe 2-300 I spoke with over the past few month, only one repented from her victim blaming and holocaust denial, all others blamed the Jewish people for the crimes committed by their forefathers. Should that ratio be representative of the moral condition of the Poles today and I have been given no reason to believe otherwise. Israel should not have anything to do with them until the day they hopefully decide to take ownership of their crimes, repent and make an actual effort to trying to rectify the wrongs of the past as well as those they again commit today and prove willingness to pay for countless their crimes against the Jewish people.
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