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    • EUropean
    • 06.08.10 | 15:58 (IDT)

    I personally would be happy enough if Israelis have their own life and take care of their own business, I dont need any friendship or special treatment, dont hate Jews dont love them either, dont understand their weird love-hate relationship Poland.Maybe politicians want to establish closer ties but for me and im sure that its not my point of view we are not really interested in it, just plain neutral like ..ok there is country called Israel and so on but what a big deal there is more then 200 countries in the world.. Its really sickening to listen about antisemitism everywhere and self hating Jews and so on..You just have to realise that your point of view is not always the right one so there are people who will just disagree or criticise, no big deal, get over it.Polish contacts with Jews almost never bring any value for that country it was actually always some slurs about Poland but I shouldnt be surprised since Israel Singer said that "..Poland will be humiliated by Jews till ice will cover it one more time"..

    from the article: Poles, in black and white
    First published 10:00 06.08.10 | Last updated 10:00 06.08.10
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