Christians & Auschwitz

by Bruno

16 February 2005


In the 1980s world news centered on the fact that Jews were again being victimized in Auschwitz. This time, the Germans were relegated to second place, with Poles taking over as prime perps. They were causing the Jews to suffer psychologically, you know. Some of the main culprits were the so-called malicious and sadistic Carmelite Sisters.

On one side Jews sought to remove from Auschwitz: (1) Christian symbols; and (2) the Carmelite Monastery. On the other side, fighting this alleged refurbished assault against Christianity, were traditional Catholics, Greek Christians, and others. These groups grumbled about camp crosses being demolished. This is a summary of the entire conflict. It covers Jewish anger, smashed Christian symbols, and Carmelite supporters.

Sources utilized were from American, Canadian and European publications. Roughly 100 newspapers and periodicals were read. For elucidation, various e-mails serve as fun-inclusions.

Before the chronological rundown, let me state that, according to a Fr. Adam Szulc, crosses were removed from Auschwitz not by peaceful means but by state intimidation. Others protest that names on these religious artifacts and even small metal labels were obliterated. Many of the crosses simply disappeared.

The anti-European view was presented to over 500 hundred million. This is the other side of the coin. It╣s about powerless Carmelite Sisters, Christian priests, pastors, activists, and regular citizens. It's a channel for the exchange of ideas in cyber space. Luck might have it reach internet groups concerned with freedom and oppression. If you seek only the transnational neo-Zionistic view, this three page piece is not for you. Enjoy yourself.


AUSCHWITZ: A Microscopic Lobster Pot of Euro Ethnicity and Religion

In 1983 Catholic sisters from Poznan went to Warsaw. They spoke to officials at the Dept. of Religious Affairs. They sought the freedom of being allowed to have their own home in Auschwitz. The negotiations progressed into 1984. After legalities, it was decided that for 99 years, Carmelites could become the occupants of the camp's old recreational theater (referred to as merely a building by Western media).

Polish and German religious orders happily commenced working together. In 1985, a bi-monthly publication (Echo der Liebe) asked for donations to assist fellow Christians. It was around this time that the World Jewish Community became aware of Christian deeds in Auschwitz. This caused apprehension. In Le Soir it was indicated that no Christian groups have a right to network in the camp. From the Zydeo perspective, it was consecrated Jewish ground.

Desires became so passionate that others, from around the world, united to confront Christians. In April of 1986, The World Jewish Congress allied with organized French, German, Benelux and Slavic Jews. Alleged anti-majority priests, such as Henryk Muszyinski and Peronek, seemed to have enlisted in the Zionistic army. Over and over again, cyberspace postings inferred that these two men were opportunistic anti-majority Fifth Columnists.

Jews suggested that a Zydeo-Christian committee for dialogue was necessary. Tygodnik Powszechny, a philo-Semitic Catholic newspaper, added to the Zydeo arsenal. Renowned anti-majority journalist Jerzy Turowicz wrote an article indicating that Christian activity in Auschwitz was offensive. He particularly didn't relish the idea of Carmelite sisters defying what he termed reasonable J-demands.

It was decided to hold a world conference. On the Christian side were Modernists, Cardinal Dannels (from Belgium), Archbishop Decountray (Lyon), Lustiger (Paris) and others. The Jewish side consisted of, in addition to major Rabbis from European capitals, Great Rabbis from the Union of Italian Jews. At this meeting it was stated that Auschwitz was a killing ground; it was a sacred place; symbolic of six million blameless and powerless Jews, exterminated by Nazis.

It looked as though the Christians were defeated. Then, out of the blue, Cardinal Macharski, of Krakow, declared that the sisters had every right to stay where they were; that they were harming no one. Macharski insisted that Auschwitz was on sovereign territory of an ancient and recognized ethno-European nation and political state.

After Macharski's remarks, all hell broke loose. Various institutes of Jews in France and the director of the European Jewish Congress (Theo Klein), protested. Jewish university students, from around the globe, joined in a conflict that resulted in an uncountable number of anti-majority media assaults and eventual political intervention. Even American Rabbis joined in subduing the Christians. Jews from around the world traveled to Auschwitz. They adorned themselves with the deep yellow Star of David. TV crews swam in indoctrinational happiness. Journalists wrote of superfluous suffering and torment.

It got so appalling that Jews surrounded the Carmelite Monastery with signs, stones and yelling. Cardinal Josef Glemp, as he had so often done in the past, again tried to defend Christians. Again he was made to step down. This time, in a very diplomatic manner, he said that we all love Jews, but the Christians also have rights. New York and European media twisted his words and made him out to be the Devil reincarnated. Glemp persisted and in an interview with La Republica, he vigorously stated that he would do everything in his power to defend Catholics. In turn, Glemp was attacked by thousands of publications and more than a few political bureaucrats. Jokes degrading his name were heard over radio.

Glemp tried to reduce the conflict by traveling to New York for dialogue. American media used his visit as a vehicle to make him into an unsanitary psychopath. All the big guns shot him down. Rabbi Weiss, of New York, Eli Wiesel, of a Boston College and many others maligned Glemp.

After meeting with Glemp, this author wrote a dozen articles for Slavic media. I also told Mr. James Warner, a publisher of Christian material, that it would be difficult to ambulate in the Cardinal's boots.

In Europe, a Christian activist, Kazimierz Switon, decided enough was enough. He protest-rallied right into Auschwitz. According to an unsympathetic media, he and his cohorts took over the territory. Assoc. Director of the World Jewish Congress, Kalman Sultanik unbelievably indicated that Auschwitz was beyond the territory of the Polish state; that Polish citizen Kazimierz Switon had to be removed.

According to prominent Jews, such as Sultanik, Auschwitz should be under the jurisdiction of UNESCO. Benjamin Netanjahu joined in demanding special rights for Jews. David Waszawski (Gerbert), a noted journalist and anti-majority activist, wrote that Europeans were abusive to the Jewish nation by their Auschwitz manifestations. It was actually written that Christianity was a symbol of hate and offended Jews.

Then, low and behold, members of the American Congress told Polish Premier Jerzy Buzek that they wanted the Christian crosses confiscated from Auschwitz. These individuals were elected, as representatives, by the American public. Warsaw trembled.

Letters and calls came from every direction, including the Holocaust Museum in Washington, D.C. To this new world dilemma, an international congress of influential Jews was held in Germany.

President Kwasniewski (Stolzman) publicly stated that the conflict with Jews ruins the image of the Polish nation. It was suggested that one of the culprits was Fr. Karl Stehlin. A non-Pole, he was working with rebellious Slavs. Jews stated that Slavs didn╣t need a German telling them how to solve their problems. Numerous media suggested that another villain to peace and civilization was Bishop Lefebvre╣s disciples. The potent pro-Zionistic magazine Wprost went so far as to say Poles respected Lefebvre more than the Pope.

Newspapers across Central Europe were angry. They declared that the majority population had to accept the Jewish point of view.

The press and TV immediately assailed Mr. Switon. He was maligned to such a extent that one would think he was born with horns and had stole candy bars from his cradle.

In accordance with the experts from the criminal laboratory in Krakow, Switon was deemed to be a potential danger to the physical being and very lives of children and others visiting the camp. Philo-Zionistic newspapers such as Gazeta Wyborcza and Rzeczpospolita were full of distortions about Switon.

Then, when Switon was placed into prison, 300 Christian crosses were impounded. At this same moment in time, propaganda against Kaz Switon was used as a diversionary tactic to cover and protect activities of anti-Christian forces. Mr. Switon was called a Hitler and an Eichmann.

Various sources claim that over 150 soldiers entered Oswiecim. Their job was to take away Catholic symbols. These men were confronted by Christian protesters.

One eyewitness drove to Oswiecim on a bicycle. The accounts of this individual was that about 200 soldiers were carrying crosses out of Auschwitz. Military vehicles surrounded and occupied the camp. Interestingly enough, the soldiers encountered some nuns. Petite nuns tried to oppose the militarily might of the army, but were no match for the physical strength of soldiers. After mocking the Christian religion by capturing the crosses, one read that pathetic ploys were made to relocate nuns to a remote house of worship.

Because Christians were in an uproar, examples had to be made of their leaders. Kazimierz Switon was selected, to be used as a prototype of mankind's most recent villain. He was accused of criminal acts. One of the bogus contentions was that he hampered the maneuvers of the military. Court orders show that, this innocent politically incorrect Christian, was in prison for two months. Two months!

Switon became Warsaw's version of Washington's Al-Arian or Canada's Zundel. Switon was a political prisoner. Christian letters of defense were rejected by editors of media. Communiqué to Polish Embassies were ignored.

Nationalists charged that his mail was read and his phone tapped. The anti-Switon side insisted that such insinuations were absurd, that the country was a democracy.

Mr. Kazimierz Switon is threatened with facing eight years in jail. Gazeta Wyborcza, and a slew of other Polish language media, owned by non-ethnic Slaves, have beamed with happiness when portraying Switon as more than a public nuisance.

Today economically shattered Switon is still ardently combating the law for his very survival. His goal is to remain out of prison. His real crime: Defending Euro values.

After the invasion by the military force, the World Jewish Congress thanked the Warsaw government for prohibiting despised symbols of Christian heritage (crosses). The media spoke of a need to advance and continue dialogue between all of civilized society and victimized Jews.

A political hack, Andrzej Kaczynski, on behalf of the Polish Republic thanked the Jews for their considerations. Books were printed depicting Rabbi Juskowicz putting his finger in the Pope's face. Juskowicz insisted that he wasn't happy with all of the small crosses being removed. This was because he also wanted the Pope's cross to be outside the camp. The Rabbi said that through the gates of Auschwitz many people went to heaven; it was a holy Jewish ground; it was an international symbol of contemporary Jewish suffering. Eventually, he thanked the local officials and government for forcibly obliterating Christian symbols.

The alleged neo-Zionist publication Wprost carried news that was not objective about the confrontation between Christians and Jews. For example, it manipulated coverage pertaining to a New York Rabbi. A Rabbi Weiss visited Auschwitz and vilified Christians.

Although Weiss was a foreigner harassing indigenous citizens, European newspapers treated him as a conqueror, a hero. World media painted the images of Weiss and Switon with different brushes.

Defending anti-Christian insinuations of the renowned Rabbi Juckowicz was the famous journalist David Warszawski (Gerbert). He and the neo-Zionist alcoholic Jacek Kuron compared the crosses in Auschwitz to Warsaw's deportation of about 35,000 Jews in 1968. For some unknown reason Warszawski didn't mention the absolute fact that many of the J-directors, expelled from positions of authority, were unable to adequately function in the Polish language.

Jerzy Wierchowicz, from the political party of Union of Freedom, said that the Pope's cross should also be banned from Auschwitz. He claimed it was a element of conflict. Wierchowicz was concerned with the demons of anti-Semitism. He said it would be better if the Poles, and other Christians would back down. Ardently, he continued to recommend that there should be no crosses in Auschwitz. According to him, the people of Europe should leave the Jews alone; they need to be able to pray in peace, in their Auschwitz. The words of this government official were very similar to those of Rabbi Juskowicz.


Some say that the study of Auschwitz is about power and weakness. Others insist that it's about good and evil. Perhaps more research into her alleged numbers and the time it took for an individual to expire, needs to be publicly debated. Material could include air photography and the actual scientific ability of time requirements for cremation.

More studies such as the above are needed to improve brotherhood. Our research shows that Christians thought that they could worship and have crosses. A dialogue of Christian and Jews was to initiate peace between Zyds and Europeans. During the confrontation, not one scholar or public figure dared suggest that Auschwitz was a terrible labor camp, where many prisoners died an unjust death. The number of six million was often repeated without any inquiry.

The Carmelite Sisters faced the demon of anti-Semitism and (thus) have two years to pack up and move. Their contact with the state now has no validity. So much for the authenticity of justice via law.

As for Mr. Switon, he has so many legal charges against him that he will never recuperate. Adjudicating by media standards, Jan Kowalski (John Doe) is inclined to believe that Mr. Switon, might be an unscrupulous brother of the devil.

The followers of Switon and Lefebvre have families with children. Three pages can't elicit their sorrow or refer to various incarcerations or loss of employment.

Mr. Edward Moskal was the only major American dignitary taking the Christian side. As head of the nearly half a million-strong Polish-American Alliance, he boldly invited Glemp to Chicago. Documentation illustrates that he was then informed that he had become persona non grata to the White House; his usual visits had been abolished. Pol-Am Jews, from academia, indicated, in ethnic media, that Moskal was despicable.

In addition to the noted anti-Christian activists, there were obviously numerous unlisted opportunists who fought against the Christians. Many were celebrated personalities. These included a former ardent communist spy and eventual university professor, Czeslaw Milosz. He was born in Poland and devoted his entire life to supporting Zionistic endeavors and anti-Polonianisms. According to hundreds of publications, he stated Poland should be bombed and there should be no place on earth for Poles. Milosz was unable to speak grammatically correct in the English language, but miraculously became an American university professor. When he died world media eulogized him. Milosz, like Elie Wiesel, became a Nobel Laureate.

Today the turmoil of contemporary Auschwitz appears to be quiet. Many unsung heroes have fallen. Sixty years after the war it still holds a significant place in the symbol of power. This can be seen by the recent homage paid from Western and Eastern world leaders.

This is the other side of the contemporary Auschwitz coin. In the interests of improving brotherhood and advancing dialogue, pass this on to advocates of free speech.


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