The ball of hate is accelerating. Historians point to the guilty party after the PiS point

  • “Outrageous” and “disgraceful” – these are the places where the latest PiS has been commented on the most, including references to the Auschwitz camp. He was also sharply criticized by the Auschwitz Museum
  • “The tragedy of millions of victims cannot be used in political battles. This action is unworthy and has no justification,” President Andrzej Duda wrote in response to the incident.
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Outrageous PiS place

Praised by PiS politicians, rebuked by the opposition, historians and journalists. The ruling party’s latest venue, where the author advised against participating in the June 4 march and used images from the former site of the Nazi Auschwitz camp, generated a huge wave of comments and outrage today.

The Auschwitz Museum takes a firm stance in this regard. “The instrumentation of the tragedy of those who suffered and died in Nazi Germany’s Auschwitz camp – on any side of the political dispute – is an affront to the memory of the victims. It is a sad, painful, and unacceptable manifestation of the moral and intellectual corruption of debate public,” the Museum said in a statement.

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