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POland and Jewish claimes about heirless properties

jan peczkis|Friday, April 28, 2017

An eye-opening report just came out (extracts below)--on the leading Holocaust Property Restitution website. It whines and laments that Poland is the nation that is the most disobedient to Jewish demands.

​An eye-opening report just came out (extracts below)--on the leading Holocaust Property Restitution website. It whines and laments that Poland is the nation that is the most disobedient to Jewish demands.   I just love it!   Polish Power in Action!   Keep it up!     HOLOCAUST INDUSTRY TARGETS POLAND—A 2017 UPDATE: THE HOLOCAUST (SHOAH) IMMOVABLE PROPERTY RESTITUTION STUDY, written April 24, 2017, and located on the World Jewish Restitution Organization Website (wjro.org.il): Extracts in Quotes: PRIVATE PROPERTY RESTITUTION “Other former Communist states of Eastern Europe have not yet fulfilled their Terezin Declaration [2009] obligations to enact immovable property legislation covering Holocaust-era property. Poland, with the largest Jewish population in prewar Europe of which ninety percent did not survive the war, is the prime example. Poland and Bosnia-Herzegovina stand alone as the only countries that have failed to establish a comprehensive private property restitution regime for property taken either during the Holocaust or Communist eras, or one that addresses both types of takings.” (pp. 1-2) [Bravo, Poland!] COMMUNAL PROPERTY RESTITUTION “Progress in some countries that passed laws to return communal property has been very slow. For example, in Poland, fewer than half of 5,550 Jewish communal property claims filed under the 1997 restitution law have been adjudicated.” (p. 2). [Bravo, Poland!] HEIRLESS PROPERTY RESTITUTION “Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Montenegro, POLAND, and Slovenia have not enacted heirless property legislation. Of note are the Baltic States and Poland, which had the highest percentage of deaths in its Jewish population in all of Europe, and correspondingly, likely the largest percentage of heirless property due to the number of deaths.” (Emphasis added) (p. 3) [Bravo, Poland!] HOLOCAUSTSPEAK IN ACTION. SPECIAL RIGHTS FOR JEWS? EX POST FACTO LAWS IN THE MAKING? “A large obstacle is that, under the domestic law of most European countries, both Western and Eastern, heirless property reverts to the state. The Terezin Declaration [2009], recognizing the uniqueness of the Holocaust and the unprecedented scale of heirless property left following the mass murder of millions of people, recommends that heirless property should be allocated for the benefit of needy Holocaust survivors, commemoration of destroyed Jewish communities, and Holocaust education rather than simply escheating to the state. Unfortunately, this has not been implemented.” (p. 3). [Bravo, Poland! And Stay Vigilant.]
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