Stories about Poland from April, 2009
Central & Eastern Europe: Racism Roundup
The beatroot writes about Poland's boycott of the UN conference on fighting racism; Hungarian Spectrum writes about the Hungarian Guard and Holocaust denial; coverage of Slovenia's neo-Nazis – here and here, by Sleeping With Pengovsky, as well as here, by Piran Cafe; Borut Peterlin posts photos from an anti-fascist rally...
Poland: Banning “Offensive Symbols”?
The beatroot writes about the government's proposal “to make all images that promote dictatorship, communism or fascism illegal from public display.”
Poland: “Spider-Bart Climbs the Warsaw Marriott”
Polandian posts a picture of the man climbing the Marriott Hotel in Warsaw “a la Alain Robert in 1999 – no ropes, no help”: “Thankfully, Bart did not flop his way down and reached the top safely where he was arrested and taken away.”
Poland: Discount Tickets for Foreign Kids
Travels Without My Spaniel wishes it was possible for foreigners to buy their kids discounted train tickets in Poland.