The Ontario-based, Polish language newspaper Goniec has “doubled down on antisemitism,” per a B’nai B’rith Canada investigation.
The paper “regularly engages in Holocaust distortion by using language such as the ‘Holocaust Enterprise’ to describe attempts by Jewish groups to provide enhanced Holocaust education and awareness,” according to B’nai B’rith.
The publisher of Goniec, Andrzej Kumor, has been arrested in the past for publishing antisemitic content. He was released and offending materials were deleted from the paper’s website, but Kumor has taken to publishing antisemitic content again.
“The publication of these articles demonstrates that Kumor is not concerned with hatefully targeting the Jewish community of Canada,” stated Michael Mostyn, CEO of B’nai Brith Canada. “An arrest and a warning from the police against the continued promotion of hate has not deterred Kumor from this behavior.”