O kurwa co ja czytam, jakby…

O kurwa co ja czytam, jakby się ktoś zastanawiał to cytaty z książki jakichś niemickich naziolków na temat Polski i Polaków.

The enormous quantity of available materials made selection difficult; I had only intended to write a brochure enabling the German reader to see and understand the development of the Polish nation from its earliest Germanic racial origins to its chauvinistic hatred of everything German.

The Poles are a very young people without origins of their own, created, as it were, in a test tube. They received their land from the Germans, their language from Glagolitic monks [followers of the Greek monk St. Cyril, inventor of an alphabet for the Christian conversion of Slavic tribes], working on behalf of Rome. They have hardly anything of their own to show. They are Germans reeducated on behalf of the Roman Catholic Church for centuries, mixed with Eastern and Turkish Mongolian tribes. They not only derived their folk costumes from the Turks, they learned their way of waging war from the Tatars. They testify to this themselves.

We should not ignore or underestimate this Polish reference to their own race, since here the Poles themselves provide an indication of the origins of the Polish people.

We already know that the Glagolitic church language of the bishop of Cracow, Wincenty Kadlubek (Wolf Gottlobonis) was used as the basis for his artificial Chronica Polonorum and that the purpose was to eradicate the direct connection between the settlers with their old country.

When the Poles, in their official history books, openly admit that they learned their lust for war from the Tatars and took their costumes from the Turks, then they are admitting that they are also racially related to the Turkish Mongols.

The seed of the bishop Kadlubek nevertheless did not grow so quickly as intended, because, until well into the 15th century, the new artificial language was unable to prevail. Precisely the citizens of Cracow, the place of origin of the former inventor of the artificial language, resisted the longest against the adoption of Polish as a lingua franca. It has been historically proven by the later Polish historian Ptaśnik that Cracow remained almost completely German until well into the 15th century.

The Poles have represented the thousand-year celebration of the Christian conversion of the regions on the Weichsel, Warthe and Oder as the anniversary of the birth of their thousand-year-old identity as a state, but that is a falsification. At the time of the Christian conversion, there was neither a Polish land nor a Polish people, nor any Polish princes.

But back to Mieszko I. Who was he? Was he a Pole? No, although the Polish cardinals claim he was, in their so-called Message of Reconciliation, falsifying history from the very first page: “It has been irrefutably proven that, in the year 966, the Polish prince duke Mieszko I, as a result of the influence of his wife, the Czech princess Dombrowka, received the Holy Sacrament of baptism with his royal household, as the first prince.” Historically, the truth is quite different, and the pious gentlemen are lying. The name Mieszko is derived from the surname Mesico, of the Norman prince Dago, from the very highly respected family of the Daglingers, from the Kingdom of Norway. Dago-Mesico was the ambassador of Scandinavian princes, who had come as scouts and traders in the land on the Weichsel and Warthe. His wife was a Germanic princess from Bohemia and not a “Czech princess Dombrowka”. There wasn’t any Czech king at that time. The history of the Czechs has been falsified just as much as that of the Poles. In the year 966, there was a Dukedom of Bohemia, which was just as much a tribal dukedom of the German core land, like Swabia, Lorraine or Bavaria. The “alleged Czech princess Dombrowka” was the daughter of Prince Boleslaf I, who came from the Germanic tribe of the Varangians, Pramysil, and bore the name Domberta.

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