A right-wing Polish newspaper has published an article entitled ‘how to recognise a Jew’ on its front page this week.
The shocking anti-Semitic piece was printed in Tylko Polska, or Only Poland, a right-wing paper being sold at the parliament’s hotel in Warsaw.
The article listed ‘names, anthropological features, expressions, appearances, character traits, methods of operation’ and ‘disinformation activities’.
It also said: ‘How to defeat them? This cannot go on!’
Right-wing polish newspaper Tylko Polska, or Only Poland, ran a front page article on ‘how to recognise a Jew’ this week
The paper was being sold in the kiosk at the hotel, where lawmakers from outside Warsaw stay during parliamentary sessions, opposition lawmaker Michal Kaminski told
He added that it was an ‘absolute scandal’ that such ‘filthy texts, as if taken from Nazi newspapers’ are sold in the Polish parliament.
He demanded explanations from the Parliament Speaker Marek Kuchcinski, a member of the right-wing ruling Law and Justice party.
A spokesman for the parliament office, Andrzej Grzegrzolka, said the distributor was responsible for the choice of newspapers, while the newsagents were not employed by the parliament.