July 10, 2012, - 1:49 pm
In addition to the more than month-long online cyberpogrom (which is ongoing to date) from anti-Semitic Poles because I pointed out the truth about Polish complicity in the Holocaust, here’s yet more evidence that it’s impossible that Poland and its people ever helped the Nazis murder three million Polish Jews. After all, there’s no way these friendly, philo-Semitic restaurant workers in Poland learned their behavior from their parents, friends, and teachers. Right?
WARSAW — A group of Jews patronizing a restaurant in Krakow said they were verbally and physically attacked by waiters.
The anti-Semitic and racist comments allegedly were made over the weekend at the Moment restaurant during the Polish city’s Jewish Culture Festival. The group was from Poland, Israel and Germany.
Uwe von Seltmann said his group came to meet friends who were sitting at a table in front of the restaurant.
“Immediately after our arrival I heard the words ‘f***ing Jews’ and something like ‘we’ll not serve you’ spoken by a waiter,” von Seltmann said. “The four members of staff were in general very unfriendly, and their body language showed that they would not serve us.”
A member of the group went inside the restaurant to complain about the slurs, which led to a verbal confrontation. . . . Following the complaint, a waiter threw an object at a female member of the group.
The group then left the restaurant and, according to von Seltmann, someone told them to “Go back to Israel.”
Moment manager Sebastian Wojnar said he would punish the staff involved in the altercations.
“We are an open place that promotes dialogue between cultures and nations,” he said.
The incident was reported to the police.
What punishment? They should be fired. But he’ll probably promote them. This kind of thing is applauded by Poles and is rampant throughout Poland.
And these Polish anti-Semites (a redundant phrase), despite the fact that their biggest source of tourism dollars is from the many moronic Jews who travel there for Holocaust tourism and the many Israelis who’ve foolishly opened companies and businesses in Poland to employ these Jew-haters.
It sounds like yet another Polish joke. Except, like the Holocaust, the joke is on the Jews, NOT the Poles.
Oh, and by the way, we Jews just can’t win. Helen Thomas tells us to go back to Poland and Russia. And the Poles tell us to go back to Israel. One thing that’s definitely settled, though: they all hate us. Anyone who thinks anti-Semitism went away is delusional.
Tags: Holocaust, Jews, Krakow, Nazis, Poland, Polish anti-Semitism, Polish Nazis, Warsaw