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Start a New Year with following our important project: Killing Warsaw. A book, a website and a Facebook page.
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Friday, August 9, 2019

No ‘safe spaces’ or ‘trigger warnings’

We have another article that shows Poland and Polish youth, both today's and from 1940's, at good light. This time from none other than The Washington Post. As a comparison, it's almost like CNN suddenly complemented Trump on his job. 

The author in his article, "There were no ‘safe spaces’ or ‘trigger warnings’ for young people fighting in the Warsaw Uprising", tells American youth "that they are growing up in what is, quite literally, the greatest time in the history of man to be alive. At no time since human civilization began has there been more prosperity, more freedom, more upward mobility, better life expectancy and less poverty, disease, hunger, illiteracy or violent crime than there is today.

He also says that “first millennials and now their Generation Z successors have demanded ‘emotional safety,’ insisting on ‘safe spaces’ and ‘trigger warnings’ to protect them from ideas they don’t like, because they tell us that ‘words are violence.’ No, they are not. Violence is SS officers using flamethrowers to clear buildings.

It is really worth reading and sharing, especially with young people. 



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The Facts About Warsaw Uprising