The largest establishment portals, newspapers, and periodicals in Poland have been waging a concerted campaign of vilification against one book and its author. The book in question is the textbook to the new history-based subject in high school and its author is Prof. Wojciech Roszkowski.
They have voiced outrage that the book calls “gender” an ideology, and have accused its author of being anti-Western because of his exposition of Roosevelt giving away Eastern Europe to Stalin, which is curious since the book does not mention Yalta at all and focuses on Poland in the post-war world order. Some critics have even accused the book of pedophilia because it mentions one left-winger’s experiments with kids in kindergartens.
However, the biggest source of hate was unleashed by former Polish prime minister and leader of the main opposition party, Donald Tusk.
At a public meeting, he said that it is “unimaginable that such villainy should be served to our kids.” He accused Prof. Roszkowski of dehumanizing children born as a result of IVF treatment when the book makes no mention of IVF and merely mentions Aldous Huxley’s “Brave New World” and the effects of breeding people.
The hate campaign is now leading to calls for legal action against Prof. Roszkowski for racism. Tons of mud is now being slung in the author’s direction from the liberal mainstream media, who are illustrating that in the words of their guru Tusk, there are no limits to villainy.