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    ‘No obligations’: Polish nationalists march against Holocaust compensation law (PHOTO

    ‘No obligations’: Polish nationalists march against Holocaust compensation law (PHOTOS)
    12 May 2019

    " Hundreds of people marched to the US Embassy in Warsaw as part of a demonstration against US pressure on Poland to compensate Jews who lost property during the Holocaust. The rally has sparked accusations of anti-Semitism.

    Nationalist and far-right backers gathered at Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki’s office on Saturday, where they rallied against US legislation S. 447, also known as the Justice for Uncompensated Survivors Today (JUST) Act. It was signed into law last year and requires the State Department to monitor the restitution of property seized during the Holocaust in dozens of countries.

    People take part in far right protest against the U.S. Senate's decision to accept a law that allows Jewish people to claim compensation for property lost during WW2 in Warsaw, Poland, May 11, 2019. © Agencja Gazeta / Reuters / Maciej Jazwiecki

    Morawiecki expressed support for the protesters, arguing that it was Poles who deserve to be compensated for Nazi crimes. The demonstrators, many holding signs and shouting slogans, then marched on the US Embassy in Warsaw.

    People were seen carrying banners with slogans such as “Poland has no obligations” and shouting, “This is Poland, not Polin,” using the Hebrew word for Poland.

    Opponents of a compensation law insist that it would inflict serious damage on the country’s economy, and claim that Poland itself has never been adequately compensated by Germany for Nazi crimes. Far-right groups claim that Act 447 could force Poland to pay upwards of US$300 billion in compensation.

    The demonstration has been painted by many as openly anti-Semitic, with some even describing the event as one of the largest anti-Jewish gatherings in recent memory.

    Rafal Pankowski, the head of anti-hate group Never Again, told AP that the rally was “probably the biggest openly anti-Jewish street demonstration in Europe in recent years.”"

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    Very true. In my opinion. It's White families coming together for the legal right of keeping narcissistic persons (Jewish or otherwise) away from them along with the right of association. The false holocaust laws are used by hand selected police to take away the right of association from all peoples of the earth.
    The power to have someones name in newspaper for any crime is a big public relations asset in the USA. Rallies, demonstrations, legal cases ect... besides the point.

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