Excerpt from interview with Polish Historian Zionists Hounded to Death
[On June 11, 2010 the badly decomposed body of Dariusz Ratajczak (left) was found in a parked car. A noted Polish historian, a Ph.D. and author of many books, he was hounded out of his job after questioning the Zionist conception of Polish history. His treatment proves that Communism changes its face but remains in charge.]
“I felt intuitively that we were facing the danger of replacing communist censorship with its soc-liberal equivalent. What is more, I anticipated that the result of the victorious invasion of political correctness would be a slavish subjugation of the science of history to politics.”
ZK : Where, when, and in what circumstances did first troubles start ? Was it in an educational institution, or did it take place outside university walls ? Who put the initial pressure on you ?
DR : To answer your question requires bringing up numerous details, including the names of my “worthy harassers”. I would not mind if servility, lying, and I do not hesitate to use this expression – common boorishness, so typical of our political elites and many scientific workers, saw the light of the day.
In 1988, I started working in an Opole learning institution, then called the Silesian Insurrectionists School of Pedagogy…. In the first half of the 1990s I had already an established position in the university. I won’t be bragging when I say that during my classes the classroom was always full. It was nice to hear from the students that I was considered a reliable historian and excellent speaker (this wasn’t particularly my own achievement, but that of genes inherited from my father, a lawyer), who was not afraid to take up topics that were dangerous from the viewpoint of political correctness… Continue reading Dariusz Ratajczak