Skip to comments.Poland declares state of emergency after 'Arbeit Macht Frei' stolen from Auschwitz
Posted on 12/18/2009 11:32:47 AM PST by dmartin
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Obama having is shipped over here? /s
for a sign?
I guess it would be nuclear war for a jersey barrier.
Hey, its the Dems 2010 campaign slogan, lighten up Francis!
Didn’t Shelly tell us during the campaign the Barack expects everyone to work or some such blather. Guess she meant we’ll all have to work more to pay our taxes.
How long before Mohammedan sympathisers claim that “The Jews” stole the sign to garner sympathy?
in regard to the sign “work sets you free”, the only work that the lib dems know, and agree with, is that of a surgeon cutting up little babies, and calling it tissue.
How’s that for an “in-their-face” replay?
yeah,...”Work Sets you Free”,...the taxes on other people’s work,..sets you free to do nothing.
I think the Romans did something similar in Jerusalem in 70 A.D., namely destroy all the jewish lineage records.
Life goes on.
“Obama having is shipped over here? /s”
Thanks for making me laugh. :)
That was funny.
wow. a state of emergency sounds like overkill.
Maybe so, but Poland is very sensitive to charges of antisemitism, and lack of sensitivity to the Holocaust, that they probably wanted to make it clear that this was a top priority.
Yeah, obviously it’s unfortunate that this historical artifact has been stolen, but ‘state of emergency’?! Come on, it’s a metal sign. I’m sure that (even) Polish craftsmen could make a replacement replica in few hours.
That sign is a reminder of cruelty and thousands of lost human lives. It’s recovery warrants top priority.
It isn't just a sign. It is one of the most significant relics of the Holocaust.
If you read the story, the sign was made by the prisoners.
It can’t be easy to hide it. Its always possible this thing was out of the country before they launched their state of emergency.
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