Pedophile Polish Jew Polanski protected by Polish government

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2014-11-05 12:38

Film director Roman Polanski was a guest of honor at the opening of the new Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw, honoring the "1000 year history of Jews in Poland." Of course, Poland is not 1000 years old -that's just another Polish fiction and historical invention.

From the BBC, Nov. 4, 2014

An advisor to the Polish President has accused the US of "absolute ignorance" in seeking to arrest Roman Polanski at the opening of a Jewish history museum.

Polanski has been wanted by US police since 1977 after fleeing the country before he could be sentenced for having sex with a 13-year-old girl.

US authorities contacted Polish officials as Polanski attended the museum opening in Warsaw last week.

The director was questioned by prosecutors but was not arrested.

Tomasz Nalecz, adviser to President Bronislaw Komorowski, said he felt it was inappropriate* to seek the arrest of a "child of the Holocaust" in Poland during the opening of the museum, which highlights Poland's role as a safe haven for Jews for centuries before the Holocaust*.  

*Inappropriate = embarrasing to Poland to point out its utter hypocrisy and feelings of brotherhood with Jews.

*Holocaust = that fictional story Poles and Jews tell about their unparalleled suffering at the hands of the German Nazis.

"From the point of view of Polish history," it "showed absolute ignorance", he said.

Translation: Jews are holy in Poland and Poland is an exception to everything because of its "unique history."

The US authorities have not yet responded to the comments.

Polish born Polanski lost his mother at Auschwitz. Ahh, really? Honest Injun?  (sob sob) He survived the war by assuming a non-Jewish identity.

The Oscar-winning filmmaker who made his first films in Poland, now lives in France.

But he has been to Poland several times in recent years.

Right: Weasel-faced Polanski in 2013 at the Cannes Film Festival. Aren't you glad such a specimen of humanity survived the holohoax? How lucky the world is! (not)

In 2010, the Polish prosecutor general said Polanski could not be extradited because under Polish law too much time had passed since the offences. 

Translation:  The statute of limitations is bypassed for fictionally guilty "Nazi" camp guards, but carefullly enforced for pedophiles, especially if they are world-famous Polish Jews.

When asked about the latest attempts to arrest him in Poland, Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz said: "I think that Polish citizens, especially in cases of crimes whose statute of limitations have run out, should not be subject to extradition."

Polanski is both citizen of France and of Poland (by birth).

Former Polish President Aleksander Kwasniewski said he believed "someone on the American side really wants to bring Roman Polanski to the United States," but said "hunting" the director was not appropriate and Poland should "consider the matter closed".

Would this disgusting Polish politician say the same thing about the U.S. Government Nazi Hunters, who function out of the State Department? Would they get the same treatment? Of course not.

Polanski is currently directing a stage show in Paris based on his 1967 film "The Fearless Vampire Killers," but has said he wants to shoot a film on location in Poland on the condition he will not face extradition.

If he does, Poland will promote it for all it's worth.


Of course, he lives in Western Europe now, even though he is a proud Polish Jew.