I described the origins of the Polish nationality in my previous
text, "Falsifications of Polish History", in which I limited myself to the
briefest possible discussion. Here again, I must return to the beginnings of
Polish historical writings in the briefest manner possible.
All Polish history books, indeed all Polish literature, including the so-
called "Letter of Reconciliation" from the Polish bishops Stefan Wyszynski and
Karol Woytyla to the German bishops in 1956, refer to Miseszko I as the "first
Polish Duke", who took the Holy Sacrament of baptism in the year 966.
Of course, at the same time, this constitutes proof that no Polish empire
existed in 966, since Miezszko was the "first"; furthermore, he was not a Pole,
but rather, a Norman named "Dago-Mesico", from the Norwegian family line of the
Daglingers, who migrated into lands settled by the Germans on the Weichsel and
Warthe. His baptism proves nothing at all -- certainly not that he was a Pole,
or that he ever became a Pole: it only proves that Dago accepted Christianity.
There are no records -- as scholars confirm today -- which ever mention -- even
once -- a people bearing the name "Poles" or "Slavs" "in the area" at that
time. The only tribes which were native to the area were Germanic, and the
founders of the Polish empire were also German. But Polish history has to begin
somewhere; it was therefore logical to take this Christian baptism as the point
The falsifiers of history, who came along very much later, were simple men who
lived mostly for the present, as is the case at all times. They lacked
experience in falsification, and failed to realize that their falsifications
would be recognized as such, even centuries later. They could hardly imagine
that research into the truth would ever begin, even after a thousand years.
They falsified for the present and the immediate future; they encouraged belief
for the present, and they knew how to compel this belief, just as they had
known how to compel baptism at an earlier time. Baptism or death -- thus was
the conversion to Christianity achieved. The new "Polish" language, which was
only invented much later, could hardly be imposed by force in the same way,
since nobody would have understood it. The transformation of an entire people
into a previously non-existent ethnic group could hardly occur overnight; long
periods of time were required for this purpose, as well as stubborn,
deliberately conscious work. First to be effaced was human memory, relegated to
oblivion. The re-writing of the cloister chronicles dating back to the year
966 -- the time of the first Christian baptism in the area -- was only
completed at the expense of great time and effort. It was, after all, necessary
to take the name of every well-known person, every village, every ordinary
object, and give it a new name, while concealing one's objective.
Artificial languages are not as difficult to devise or as unusual as one might
at first imagine. synthetic languages are created with specific objectives and
propagated in books and groups even today, such as Esperanto, for example.
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