Pole accused the authorities of excessive attention to dead Jews


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Polish activist-nationalist Peter the fishermen condemned the government for neglecting the victims of the Holocaust among ethnic poles. It is reported Wyborca.pl.

A man went to a protest rally near the concentration camp of Auschwitz-Birkenau (Oswiecim) on January 27, the Day of memory of victims of the Holocaust. He and about 50 people his companions shouted accusations against the authorities. According to Rybak, the Jewish victims of repression are given more attention.

“Are we an independent country? No! The time has come to fight the Jews and liberate them from Poland!” — recited the Fisherman. As the newspaper notes, the police repeatedly tried to stop the protesters on the way to the venue of the action. Once they were detained.

In 2017, the man became known after has placed at the entrance of the hostel belonging to him the announcement that it can’t stop, “the Jews, thieves and traitors of Poland”.

Auschwitz-Birkenau — a complex of German concentration camps, located in 1940-1945 years near the town of Auschwitz, 60 kilometers from Krakow. In five years it killed more than 1.4 million people, 1.1 million of whom were Jews. The complex is considered the largest and most long-lived of the Nazi death camp, one of the main symbols of the Holocaust.

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