Lech explains that the purpose of his note was a warning to others that what you do may come back and bite you. By that he means that Jews lobbied for a
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, Apr 29, 2005
Lech explains that the purpose of his note was a warning to others
that "what you do may come back and bite you." By that he means that Jews
lobbied for a bill against individuals accused of crimes during WWII. He
now suggests that 'The shoe is on the other foot' simply because the group
that lobbied for the legislation now finds it being used against one of their
Personally, I don't think a warning is well placed here. If a law is
a just one, it should be used against one's enemies or one's own. Laws are
not passed against or for any particular group. I do not know whether the
Jews referred to are guilty or not as there has not been a trial. But
whoever is accused, should be measured according to one standard of law.
I hope the passing of the law was approved by both Poles and Jews because
both groups have suffered by the actions of war criminals and as a result they
must both be eager to see them punished.
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