Polish Nazi Resister Tells Right-Wing Extremist To Shut Up ‘You Lousy Bastard’

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Wanda Traczyk-Stoska stood for a right-wing extremist
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94 year old Warsaw Uprising At a recent EU rally in Poland, there was still a lot of fighting to do against the Nazis. He confronted a group of right-wing extremists for saying out loud to one of them: “Shut up, stupid boy, you lousy bastard,

,I’m a soldier, I tell it as it is,” Wanda Trzik-Stoska later told Agence France-Presse, AFP, at her home in Warsaw.

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She was just a girl when the Nazis invaded Poland. She joined the resistance using the code name “Donut” and fought in the Warsaw Uprising at the age of 17 when some 200,000 Polish fighters and civilians were killed.

She survived four POW camps and eventually returned home to work as a teacher. His name was Warsaw Citizen of the Year in 2021,

Now she is fighting to keep Poland in the EU, as a wave of anti-immigrant hatred is pushing “Polexit”.

Traczyk-Stawska took to a stage last month when thousands gathered to support Poland’s continued EU membership after the country’s Constitutional Court challenged EU law. It called for continued membership in the European Community.

“I got up on stage to talk about the Poland of my dreams, we veterans of the rebellion … a Poland that is kind and tolerant,” Traczyk-Stowska said.

She is terrified of the continuing membership battle in the European Union, and horrified by the treatment of immigrants in Poland. “You can’t leave a child in danger. It’s shameful to treat border kids like that,” she told AFP news agency.

She regrets that there are not many left who fought the Nazis.

“Now we do not have the strength to take a stand. We can only cry,” she said.

“Well, not everyone,” she said. “Me, I’m not used to crying. I was a soldier.”

Wanda Traczyk-Stowska at her home in Warsaw, 80 years after fighting the Nazis in the Warsaw Uprising.
Wanda Traczyk-Stowska at her home in Warsaw, 80 years after fighting the Nazis in the Warsaw Uprising.
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