The history of the Jews in Poland dates back more than a thousand years. In fact, Poland was once home to the largest Jewish community in the world and the center of Jewish culture thanks to its long history of religious tolerance.
That ended beginning in 1772 during the Partitions of Poland with the discrimination and concomitant persecution of Jews in the Russian empire. And, in World War Two, there was nearly a total annihilation of Polish Jews by the Nazis and their collaborators during their occupation of Poland from 1939 to 1945. Jews accounted for one-third of all Polish deaths at the hands of the Nazis.
Well, it appears as if anti-Semitic sentiment still flourishes in Poland, at least to a significant degree, when it raised its ugly head from the words of a government official
Jaroslaw Dudzicz, a Polish judge, said Jews are a “despicable, filthy nation” in a 2015 online forum.
The anti Semite judge was promoted in 2017 to the position of president of the court in Gorzów Wielkopolski by Justice Minister Zbigniew Ziobro [his friends call him “ZZ Top Justice”]. However, while he was a member of the National Council of the Judiciary, he posted in an online newspaper forum that Jews are “A despicable filthy nation, they do not deserve anything.”
One has to wonder how many Jewish people this creep actually knows.
The judge’s comment was first reported on Thursday by the Gazeta Wyborcza newspaper. It seems the comment was written by a user whose handle is “jorry123” in response to a World Jewish Congress article.
A resident of Wrocław reported the comment to the prosecutor’s office, and it was determined that its author was Dudzicz, who at the time was a district court judge and who later admitted to be the human fecal pile who posted it.
Due to the fact that as a judge he has immunity, he wasn’t charged. Why anyone should be granted immunity from legal prosecution simply because they are officers of the court seems to be a miscarriage of justice.
Under Polish law and the absence of a freedom of speech law, a person can be jailed for up to three years for publicly insulting a group of people because of their national, ethnic, racial or religious affiliation.
According to Gazeta Wyborcza, Dudzicz had posted other disgusting anti-Semitic comments that will not be explored in this post other than the fact that he accused most Jews of being communists and that “they stood against other Jews to justify further [Second World] war.” Of course when the coward was asked by the newspaper for comment, he didn’t remember anything.
In 2018, Dudzicz became a member of the National Council of the Judiciary, which is charged with safeguarding the independence of Polish courts, but it seems implausible that he would judge Jews with an even hand.