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    Poland has made a new law
    Making it a crime to say that Poland had any responsibility for unlawful civilian mass-killings in ww2.

    RT interviewed a Tel Aviv commentator who states among other things that this contracts freedom of speech and the ability to interpret history your own way. The absolute irrationality here is that people have been arrested and jailed for decades for their speech in the subject and their interpretation of history in what is the use of criminal deterrents to enforce history.

    But we go into 4D chess. Look at the video below. The commentators are saying that this is Poland’s attempt to counter the criminalisation of historical views of history by showing the absurdity. This is by criminally enforcing the enforced views of the surrounding countries thereby creating an absurd situation whereby people have to say one thing in one country and another in another. I know some Polish people and they have this kind of sense of humour. It wouldn’t surprise me.

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    May be a bit extreme
 
 
 
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