WARSAW’S REACTION TO THE DANISH ARTICLE ABOUT POLAND
The Polish Ambassador has issued a rebuttal. It is reported by Upmp.news with reference to Polish Radio.
The Danish newspaper “Politken” has published a statement by a Polish ambassador in Copenhagen to an anti-Polish article in this newspaper. The author introduced a thesis by Professor Jan Greens that the negative attitude of the Poles to the acceptance of immigrants comes from Polish anti-Semitism.
Przemyslaw Golinsky from Copenhagen:
“The author of the article cites Yana Gross’s statement that the Polish historical narration forces the Poles to believe that the Germans themselves have killed three million Polish Jews. Therefore, unlike the Germans who feel obliged to take refugees, the Poles are convinced that they have no one to blame for anyone.
Polish Ambassador to Copenhagen Henrika Moscicka-Dandis wrote on “Politken” pages that this is not a stereotypical backing. She said that the thesis about Polish hostility, related to the allegedly “winded up” by the Catholic Church anti-Semitism, is an absolute nonsense.
In October, the newspaper Dagens Nyheter published an article in which a Swedish historian accused the Polish government of allegedly hiding Polish anti-Semitism.
“This kind of publication comes from the historical ignorance that prevails in Scandinavia and the West, about how the Holocaust was taking place in Poland,” said Swedish historian and author of books on the Holocaust, Arthur Schultz, on Polish radio.”