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Polish priest slams laws `made by Jewish bankers'
GDANSK - A Polish priest who was once banned from preaching for anti-Semitic remarks lashed out on Sunday at laws made by "Jewish bankers", during celebrations of the 25th anniversary of the anti-communist Solidarity union....
..."The recommendations of Brussels commissars and Washington economic gurus are threatening Poland's identity and sovereignty," he said from the pulpit. "We are filled with horror when laws are imposed upon us that are thought up by anti-Catholic Masons, Jewish bankers and hell-born atheistic socialists."
People who were there don't appear to have taken Father Henryk Jankowski's remarks very seriously, and regard him as merely eccentric.
Jankowski has a reputation for anti-Semitic remarks, including a 1997 incident that led to him being banned from preaching for a year.
Only a year? As he is obviously incorrigible, why not for life?