Zamosc-area Polish Expellees Overshadow German Expellees

Zamosc-area Polish Expellees Overshadow German Expellees Here are two reviews, recently appearing at Amazon, dealing with the brutal expulsion of Poles from the Zamosc area by the Germans during WWII. Review of Losy dzieci z Zamojszczyzny wysiedlonych do powiatu siedelickiego w latach 1943-1945, by Beata Kozaczynska (2006).Siedlce, Poland. Reviewer: Mr. Jan Peczkis Move Over, Erika… Continue reading Zamosc-area Polish Expellees Overshadow German Expellees

Polonophobic Archetypes in Jewish Memoir Literature

Poles/Jedwabne; Jews/Communism: Should Jews Apologize? 1.3.2010 Today is Pulaski Day in Illinois. Here is my review, recently appearing at Amazon. Interestingly, two Jewish authors suggest a juxtaposition of Poles having taken collective ownership for Jedwabne, and Jews taking collective ownership for past Jewish over-involvement in Communism. Review of Dark Times, Dire Decisions: Jews and Communism.… Continue reading Polonophobic Archetypes in Jewish Memoir Literature

Spałem u terrorystów, jadłem u serbskich mnichów

Spałem u terrorystów, jadłem u serbskich mnichów Piotr Bein, maj 2003 Bezrobotny dr inż. z Kanady, bez prawa do zasiłku, będąc w kwietniu 2003 r. w Kosowie zazdrościłem wybyczonym funkcjonariuszom z Angoli i Bangladeszu w ONZ-owskiej policji UNMIK, którzy dostają 3-4 tys. euro na miesiąc za jeżdżenie toyotami 4WD wte i wewte. Co dorobią popierając… Continue reading Spałem u terrorystów, jadłem u serbskich mnichów

Back from a trip to Kosovo

Back from a trip to Kosovo Piotr Bein October 23, 2008 I am back from a trip to “independent” Kosovo. Too many Serbian villages are no more, overtaken by Albanians, decimated. Serbian enclaves are de facto prisons of Serbs, who don’t dare to venture out. Remaining Serbian churches and cemeteries are in ruins, behind razor… Continue reading Back from a trip to Kosovo

10 years on, Serbs still don’t know who has bombed them

10 years on, Serbs still don’t know who has bombed them by Piotr Bein, independent, Poland and Canada April 16, 2009 “Anglo-Saxons”, “Americans”, “Anglo-Americans”, “imperialists”, “oligarchs” – speaker after speaker at Belgrade Forum conference on the 10th anniversary of NATO bombing of Yugoslavia blamed the bombers, echoing leftist-led demonstrations in Belgrade, as if Communism, socialism,… Continue reading 10 years on, Serbs still don’t know who has bombed them

Referendum on Poland’s Accession to EU Invalid

Referendum on Poland’s Accession to EU Invalid Piotr Bein 7.2.2010 The referendum in 2004 on Poland’s  accession to the European Union allowed Polish diaspora to vote. The official Polish bureau of statistics showed in 2000 that 16 million Polish citizens live permanently abroad. Of that number, an estimated 12 million are eligible to vote (age… Continue reading Referendum on Poland’s Accession to EU Invalid

To the Prime Minister of The Government-in-exile of the Republic of Serbian Krayina

From: Piotr Bein Date: January 11, 2008 Mr. Milorad Buha Prime Minister The Government-in-exile of the Republic of Serbian Krayina by email [email protected] com January 11, 2008 Sir, Mr. Gusenbauer’s statement re Kosovo and Metohia is not surprising. Poland also experiences growing negative revisionism and threats to her integrity from some German politicians. They, too,… Continue reading To the Prime Minister of The Government-in-exile of the Republic of Serbian Krayina