Several countries, including Poland, were in collusion with the Nazi dictator. “They [the Poles] practically made a deal with Hitler. This is clear from the archived documents.”
In 1938, the Polish ambassador to Germany promised to erect a “beautiful monument” in Warsaw to the head of Nazi Germany after the latter proposed to “send the Jews to colonies in Africa”. This ambassador “was in complete solidarity with [Adolf] Hitler”, this “anti-Semitic pig”.
Poland does not fail to compare Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union’s responsibility for the outbreak of the Second World War, the German-Soviet pact of 1939 having “sealed” the division of Eastern Europe into areas of influence of the two totalitarian regimes according to Poland.