Moderates’ favorite Polish Party, Liga Polskich Rodzin (League of Polish Families, that most Catholic of Catholic Parties), has recently moved to rid Poland of a source of immorality and anti-Polish sentiment: the works of Jan Brzechwa. All reference to this Jew propagandist are to be removed. First step — remove his filthy name (His real name was Lesman — the horror) from street names in Wraclaw, then in all of Poland. Next, his ungodly, unpatriotic works are to be banned from school.
What kind of garbage was this guy writing?
On the bank of a sky-blue river
live many small sorrows.
The first is sad because
he can’t play in the garden.
The second — that water doesn’t want to be dry.
The third — that a fly flew into his ear.
And what’s more, that cats scratch,
That he can’t catch the hen,
That he can’t bite the neighbor’s leg,
and that it never rains sausages,
And the last sorrow is that
People travel by cars, and a pup has to go on foot.
But just give him a little milk,
and bye bye sorrows.
I know most are probably shocked that I would put such pornography on this site, but — horror of horrors — K even read it to L and we filmed it! How sick.
Those who read Polish can read the article here.
Fortunately, the LPR is going to save us. They have pointed out that Lesman’s Jewish propaganda verse (let’s just call a spade a spade) teaches kids to be lazy and to lie — just like Lesman himself. And naturally, his works are not sufficiently Catholic and Polish, but what can you expect from a Jew?
All sarcasm aside, this is seriously happening in Poland — a suggestion to ban a poet known and loved for his children’s verse, essentially because he’s Jewish. The League of Polish Families has ties to Radio Maria, a deeply anti-Semitic religious radio station in Poland. Additionally, Marcin Giertych, a Polish representative at the Council of Europe and an LPR member himself, wrote and published with EU money a book suggesting that all of Jews’ problems throughout history are their own fault. He is the father of the current Minster of Education, Roman Giertych.
And so father and son are on a mission to rid Poland of any reference to those “godless Jews” and make sure Poland is a beacon of proper Catholic patriotism, all in the name of the most famous Jew in history…