Thursday, September 24, 2015
Eastern Europe vs. Refugees: A suppressed Historical Memory?
Via Ynetnews: Prof. Jan Tomasz Gross believes that Hungary, Slovakia and Poland's stubborn refusal to take in more refugees stems from their failure to engage in a conscientious, national and personal self-examination of their conduct during World War II; whether he is right or wrong, the facts are on his side. Ministri rerum externarum terrarum sociarum Unionis Europaeae, suffragio inter sese habito, decreverunt civitates UE accepturas 120 milia migrantium-profugarum e terris Proximi Orientis. Contra sententias dixerunt ministri Slovaquiae, Bohemiae, Hungariae et Rumaniae; Finlandia recusavit quominus sententiam daret.