‘How to spot a Jew’: Front-page headline in Polish paper openly sold in parliament sparks fury
Shocked Polish lawmaker Michal Kaminski discovered that the newsstand in the nation’s parliament offered a newspaper with instructions on how to spot Jews by name and face, and tackle their “disinformation activities”, RT.com writes.
Right-wing Polish-language weekly Tylko Polska (Only Poland) ran a story with the headline ‘How to spot a Jew’. The purpose of the jarring article was to teach readers about the “names, anthropological features, expressions, appearances, character traits, methods of operation” of Jews, along with their “disinformation activities,” it said on the front page.
The text also read: “How can they be defeated? This can’t go on any longer!” The front page contained