Brad You seem to have a very Jewish-centric viewpoint. You talk about how Jews were welcomed in Poland and "unleashed to help the economy". So WHY didn't other countries invite the Jews in, in such large numbers as Poland did for the Jews, if Jews were perceived to be so beneficial to European nations? Although I'm sure there were some Jews who helped the Polish economy, Poland ALLOWED large numbers of Jews into Poland because they felt sorry for them. This is politically incorrect to say within Jewish circles, but its true. At the end of the day, it was the Jews who benefitted more from Poland then Poland did from the Jews, since Poland gave Jews the MOST IMPORTANT thing for human beings - A PLACE TO LIVE AND HAVE FAMILIES. Although there were Jews who were mistreated in Poland, there were also many Jews who weren't angels themselves. If Poland treated Jews more badly then good in later years, WHY didn't Jews LEAVE Poland for more hospitable countries??
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from the article: Polish bishop accuses Jews of using Holocaust as propaganda
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