Published On: Thu, Feb 1st, 2018

Poles not ready to take up the burden of “Nazi Atrocities”


The new developments such as the assent given by the Polish parliament to the controversial bill that helps the country make it illegal to accuse Poles of complicity in the Nazi holocaust indicate that Poland is not ready to take up the burden of “Nazi Atrocities” on their shoulder.

When the bill has been presented in the upper house (senate) of the Polish parliament, at least fifty-seven lawmakers have supported the bill (though nearly twenty-three lawmakers have objected the bill).

Meanwhile, the Western Powers have advised the Polish government to reconsider the bill on the wake of the Israel’s allegation that the Poles are trying to distort the history and to stifle the freedom of speech.

The Israel government has alleged that no one could deny the fact that once several Nazi concentration camps existed in the country of Poland. Highlighting the aforementioned fact, it has asked the Polish government to reconsider their controversial bill.

Until now, no serious efforts have been made to let those disturbed due to the Polish government’s new move to feel that their concerns will be addressed.

Once the bill gets the accent of the president, it will become law. Importantly, once it is successfully implemented, those violate the law will attract a serious punishment of three years imprisonment and heavy fine.


Vignesh. S. G

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Poles not ready to take up the burden of “Nazi Atrocities”