(Jewish Telegraphic Agency) A member of Polish underground resistance — Jan Karski — gained fame during and after World War II as one of the first “eyewitnesses” to the alleged German extermination program of Jews in Poland.
But it should come as no surprise that the new PBS stage play about Jan Karski fails to mention that his testimony contradicted the Official Jewish Version of World War II™ — so much so that Jewish “historians” have quietly rewritten his account about Belzec in order to make it conform to the exterminationist propaganda that they have committed to.
As a Roman Catholic in Warsaw during World War II, Jan Karski could easily have ignored the horrors unfolding behind the walls of the Jewish ghetto. Instead, as a member of the Polish Resistance, he donned a yellow Star of David and infiltrated the Warsaw Ghetto to report on what was happening to the Jews there.
Karski’s reconnaissance in the ghetto and elsewhere provided the West with some of the first eyewitness accounts of the Holocaust. He even met with U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1943 to share what he saw — though the information he provided did not cause Roosevelt to intervene more strongly…
…The producers of a one-man show about Karski hope that will change starting Monday night, when a staging of “Remember This: The Lesson of Jan Karski” [by Clark Young and Derek Goldman] airs on PBS as part of the broadcaster’s “Great Performances” series…
…“We have the artists’ hope that with more visibility and more impact, that at least some kind of awareness can happen, but it’s daunting and the dangers of just preaching to the converted are real,” Goldman told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. “That’s why I’m hoping that PBS and this ‘Exploring Hate’ series can widen the awareness of Karski…”
…Even all these years after Karski first sounded the alarm, people still deny the Holocaust happened. Goldman knows those people aren’t likely to tune into Great Performances, but he’s determined to try and reach those who need to hear Karski’s message…
The important part of Karski’s “message” — which Jews don’t want the world to know about — is that while in the Warsaw ghetto, Karski saw firsthand that Jews were living as a privileged class high on the hog of the Bolshevik invaders.
[The Jews] are entering the political cells; in many of them they have taken over the most critical political-administrative positions. They play quite a large role in the factory unions, in higher education, and most of all in commerce; but above and beyond even all this they are involved in loansharking and profiteering, contraband, foreign currency exchange, liquor, immoral interests, pimping and procurement.
In these territories in the vast majority of cases their situation is better both economically and politically than what it was before the war.
This applies first of all to the classes of petty merchants, artisans, proletarians, and the half-educated. The wealthier and more educated circles [owners of hotels, large plants, factories, stores, as well as lawyers, doctors, engineers, etc.] are subject in principle to the same restrictions as a group, as are other nationalities within the Soviet system.”
And Karski went on to explain how the Poles resented the Jews for siding with the Bolshevik terrorists — and naturally saw the Germans as their liberators — just as the Ukrainians and Latvians did. Karski wrote,
“It is generally believed that the Jews betrayed Poland and the Poles, that they are basically communists, that they crossed over to the Bolsheviks with flags unfurled.
In fact, in most cities the Jews greeted the Bolsheviks with baskets of red roses, with submissive declarations and speeches…”
Even more problematic, Karski then points out how the Jews — with the backing of the brutal communists — openly persecuted the Poles:
“However, there are worse cases, where they [the Jews] denounce the Poles, Polish nationalist students, and Polish political figures, when they direct the work of the Bolshevik police force from behind their desks or are members of the police force, when they falsely defame the relations [between Poles and Jews] in former Poland. Unfortunately it is necessary to state that such incidents are quite common, more common than incidents which reveal loyalty toward Poles or sentiment toward Poland.”
Not only that, Karski observed that the Polish nation “mortally loathed” the Jews and planned to exact vengeance upon them for siding with the blood-thirsty Bolsheviks if and when they lost their grip on power — with the help of the German liberators:
“In principle, however, and in their mass, the Jews have created here a situation in which the Poles regard them as devoted to the Bolsheviks and – one can safely say – wait for the moment when they will be able simply to take revenge upon the Jews. Virtually all Poles are bitter and disappointed in relation to the Jews; the overwhelming majority [first among them of course the youth] literally look forward to an opportunity for ‘repayment in blood.'”
Of course, the Jewish Bolsheviks and their sympathizers were well aware of this hatred that their actions had created — and the desire for vengeance — after all, they had the same fear that Jews would be slaughtered wholesale in Russia if they ever lost control of power.
It isn’t surprising that Karski’s original report — which did not sufficiently portray Jews as victims — was later amended — and these problematic observations about Jews as the real victimizers were removed.
But the real problem that would plague Karski after the war was his eyewitness account of the Belzec concentration camp. No only did he not see or hear of any Gas Chambers™, his testimony corroborated the fact that Belzec — like Treblinka and Sobibor — was a transit camp — not an extermination facility that all Jewish Holocaust™ propagandists would later claim.
Karski’s “shocking” account of Belzec was summed up by revisionist historian Friedrich Jansson as follows:
“[Karski] had seen a transport of Jews being driven out of the camp, down a narrow passage, and onto a waiting train. On that train, they would “die in agony,” killed by the disinfectant which had been spread on the floors of the wagons. Some time later, the train having meanwhile traveled to a remote location, their bodies would be removed and disposed of…”
At the time of Karski’s initial report, it was accepted by many Jews who eagerly wanted to demonized the Germans — and motivate the Americans to come to their rescue. In fact, his testimony was initially given so much credibility that he was sent to America where he was personally interviewed by Jewish Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter and President FDR.
But as we reported in a previous article, early Holocaust denier, Felix Frankfurter flat out told Karski,
“I don’t believe you.”
It’s worth watching the interview conducted by Jewish exterminationist Claude Lanzmann for the Shoah Foundation — where we see an arrogant, self-important, and flamboyant Karski recounting how he was snubbed by the “highly respected” Jewish Supreme Court Justice:
It’s also very telling that Lanzmann very deliberately avoided asking Karski about his problematic eyewitness account of Belzec “gassings” which blatantly contradicts Lanzmann’s insistence that Belzec was an extermination center.
In the same interview, Lanzmann asks Karski about his meeting with FDR — and again, he was shocked that FDR showed very little interest in his tall tales about Belzec.
Jewish historians have now spun FDR’s disinterest as damning evidence that America knew Jews were being exterminated and FDR turned a blind eye to it because he — and many in his communist-friendly administration — were “antisemites.”
Jews are spinning this narrative about FDR with the intent to use this “proof” to eventually extort “reparations” from the U.S. government for not stopping the Holocaust when they had a chance.
In all likelihood, FDR wasn’t interested in Karski’s tales of “gassings” because FDR knew they were part of a Soviet-British disinformation campaign to demonize the Germans — and to deflect attention away from the very real atrocities committed by the Judeo-Bolsheviks in Russia and eastern Europe.
This would explain why Karski said FDR was more interested in talking about how the Allies intended to hand Prussia over to Poland after the defeat of Germany — of course, by 1943 FDR had already discussed plans for the Soviets to take control of all of eastern Europe — which would ensure that all Bolshevik atrocities — such as the mass murder in Vinnitsa, Ukraine — would never see the light of day — nor would any of the implausible Holocaust allegations ever be investigated or challenged behind the Iron Curtain.
Also, by 1943 FDR wasn’t too concerned about the welfare of small number of Jews left in Poland because he knew that starting in 1939 almost 2 million Jews had been safely moved deep behind Russia’s front lines — far away from the advancing German army.
All of these facts, of course, were unknown to Karski — along with the American and British public — but they go a long way in explaining Karski’s astonishment at FDR’s lack of interest in his tall tales of “gassings” at Belzec.
But as we’ve pointed out, Karski’s account of the “gassings” completely contradicted later mainstream Jewish exterminationist propaganda about Belzec, which explains why Karski’s testimony has been consciously ignored by Raul Hilberg — the “Pope” of Holocaust “historians” — who complained in his book Perpetrators, Victims, Bystanders that,
“Above all, trains did not leave Belzec or Treblinka so that the passengers could die in the cars. Belzec and Treblinka were death camps with gas chambers, and these facilities were not mentioned in Karski’s account.”–Hilberg, Perpetrators, Victims, Bystanders, p. 223
Hilberg then put the final nail in the coffin of Karski’s version of events,
“I would not [even] put him in a footnote in my book.”–Interview by Ernie Meyer, Jerusalem Post, week ending June 28, 1986, p. 9.
The reason PBS would ignore such a “trusted” Jewish “historian” as Raul Hilberg and nevertheless extol the discredited Karski in a new stage play perhaps can best be explained by a paraphrasing of Jewish songwriter — Paul Simon’s lyrics from his song “The Boxer”:
A Jew hears what he wants to hear and disregards the rest.