Convention to Stop Hate-Mongering
By Edmund Lewandowski
Washington, Nov. 19, 1998, a normal day at work is a red letter day in the life of Anna Maruszeczko,
a newscaster from Inforadio in Poland. Today she will meet her idol, the confident and conceited
long-haired talk show guru who, some say, has an audience of fifty million. The talk starts innocently.
A few cheap compliments relax our heroine. This, coupled with her lack of complete mastery of the
English language, makes the task all the easier for the star of US radio.
The star begins by asking whether Poles ever discuss World War II. He risks the opinion that it is
not, because this must be an awkward subject for them. He "proves" his opinion with the "fact" that
there are no Jews in Poland because they were all killed by Poles. The Polish concentration camps,
and they WERE Polish, were run by Poles. Hitler did not need to kill the Jews because the Poles did
it for him. The Poles and only the Poles are guilty of exterminating the Jews.
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