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This also skews the perspective of left-liberals. The smear that anti-neoconservatism equals anti-semitism is laughable in Western Europe or the US. Not the case in Poland. The folks I'm quoting are relatively mainstream, in the sense that they are leading commentators for one of the most influential media outlets in the country, one whose recent anniversary celebration drew top clerics and government politicians, and whose director is the PM's closest media ally (though the recent spat over Archbishop Wielgus may have strained that relationship)

btw, how much of this sort of stuff do you get in Hungary?

On the post-communist loyalty to the US, it's not just switching to another big brother, it was also a way of refuting the perception of themselves as Russian puppets.

by MarekNYC on Wed Jan 17th, 2007 at 06:28:06 PM EST
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