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September 23, 2016 Summary

ANALYSIS

The West does not know the truth about Wałęsa, says Wyszkowski.

 

The West does not know the truth about Wałęsa, says Wyszkowski.

Fronda.pl: What’s your opinion about Lech Wałęsa’s latest actions, such as his refusal to provide handwriting samples to the graphologists from the Polish Institute of National Remembrance (IPN), or his calls on the European Union to “take care of Poland” and even “strip Poland of EU membership”?

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How can EU defend itself against cyberwar?

The European Parliament approved a report on propaganda in Europe by Russia and ISIS.

The European Parliament approved a report on propaganda in Europe by Russia and ISIS.

The European Parliament approved a report on European Union (EU) strategic communication to defend against adverse propaganda by third parties. The resolution was adopted by 304 to 179 votes. The report was authored by MP Anna Fotyga.

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The Poison Department

Poison Department

“I shared all I knew about persecutions, as well as life and health threatening situations, to which Anna Walentynowicz was subjected by SB (Polish communist Internal Security Service),” Krzysztof Wyszkowski, oppositionist, publicist, and member of Collegium IPN (Institute of National Remembrance), told Radio WNET.

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Who is Fareed Zakaria, a friend of Sikorski and Applebaum, ideologist of the liberal dictatorship, and fierce critic of Poland?

“Odysseus returned to Circe for a short time, to then embark on a further journey. On his way he faced sirens– half-women and half-birds, who lured sailors with their singing. Clever Odysseus ordered his people to fill their ears with wax, and to tie him to the mast. Thanks to this, he prevented his ship from crashing into surrounding rocks, which sirens lured the sailors to.”

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The Polish-Ukrainian declaration might lead to a problem. “I don’t think Ukrainians will change their minds regarding the Ukrainian Insurgent Army,” says Ewa Siemaszko

“The declaration by Polish and Ukrainian governments includes a postulate on an independent historical research, but the two countries interpret this term differently. I don’t think Ukraine will change its mind regarding the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA),” Ewa Siemaszko, a researcher into crimes committed by Ukrainian nationalists on Polish people in Wołyń during the WW II.

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What facts were concealed in the murder of Blessed Jerzy Popiełuszko?

The construction of Nord Stream 2 quietly began without any permissions

“The utmost was done to convince the immediate observers of the trial, and those watching it on TV, that the four Security Service officers tried in Toruń were the only culprits in the kidnapping and murder of Blessed Jerzy Popiełuszko,” journalist and film director Piotr Litka, the author of Jak Zginął Popiełuszko documentary, as well as of other films and articles about mysterious deaths of priests in 1980s, told wPolitce.pl.

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The construction of Nord Stream 2 quietly began without any permissions. Ecologists remain silent.

The construction of Nord Stream 2 quietly began without any permissions

Not waiting for the EU permissions, and ignoring political turmoil, the Nord Stream 2 consortium begins the construction of two new lines to be added to the existing German-Russian gas pipeline. They will be in use as early as 2019, and gas will flow through directly from Russia to Germany, omitting countries on the way, including Poland and Ukraine. It is interesting that even ecologists, usually active in fighting such projects, have not protested this time.

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Return of the Heroes

Return of the Heroes of Anti-Communist insurection in Poland.

A homily by the Archbishop of Gdańsk, Sławoj Leszek Głódź, delivered at the mass during the state funeral of Doomed Soldiers Danuta Siedzikówna, nom de guerre “Inka,” and Feliks Selmanowicz, nom de guerre “Zagończyk,” at St Mary’s Church in Gdańsk, on August 28, 2016.

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Kaczynski about the new E.U. treaty, the prevalent bureaucracy, and the great empire

Jaroslaw Kaczynski interview with Rzeczpospolita

“There has to be a clear line as to where the E.U. authority ends and a member state’s begins," said Jaroslaw Kaczynski in his interview with influential Rzeczpospolita.

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Media Assault on Minister Macierewicz's Wife on the Eve of the NATO Summit

Media Assault on Minister Macierewicz's Wife on the Eve of the NATO Summit

The Civic Platform’s politicians attacked Hanna Macierewicz just before the NATO summit in Poland. They used falsehoods originally spread in the 1990-ties by a weekly Nie run by the top communist propagandist Jerzy Urban.

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71st anniversary of a staged trial of the sixteen Polish officials in Moscow

76st anniversary of a staged trial of the sixteen Polish officials in Moscow

On June 18, 1945, a show trial of the sixteen officials of the Polish Council of National Unity began in Moscow. The Polish officials were abducted and kidnapped in Poland by the Soviet Secret Police, the NKVD, soon after the treacherous and catastrophic for Poland Yalta agreements from February 1945 were announced.

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Archeologists to begin their work at the Doomed Soldiers Museum on Rakowiecka Street in Warsaw

Archeologists to begin their work at the Doomed Soldiers Museum on Rakowiecka Street in Warsaw

The Doomed Soldiers and Political Prisoners of the Polish People’s Republic Museum is scheduled to open on March 1, 2019. The Museum will be located in the Stalinist prison on Rakowiecka Street in Warsaw, where Poles resisting the Soviet occupation were tortured and murdered by Stalinist henchmen between 1945 and 1956. Archaeologists from the Institute of National Remembrance (IPN) are about to begin their work at this gruesome site.

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Does the European Commission have a hidden agenda to block the reinforcement of the NATO’s Eastern Flank by fueling tensions in Poland?

Does the European Commission have a hidden agenda to block the reinforcement of the NATO’s Eastern Flank by fueling tensions in Poland?

For quite sometimes, and with astonishment, many Poles have observed strange behavior of the European Parliament and of the European Commission. Merely a year ago, these two fora adored the Polish government, whereas now, they do whatever it takes to undermine it - all that, despite its strong democratic mandate.

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Polish Communist secret police, the SB, did not fake denunciations filed by Walesa

Communist secret police informer, Lech Walesa, code-name "Bolek"

Denunciations filed by Lech Walesa under code-name "Bolek" had never been falsified by the SB, the prosecutor's office established. The termination of the investigation also means that SB never realized a plan to counterfeit Walesa’s denunciations in order to "extend the 'period of his collaboration beyond the year 1976 and never disseminated false documents of this kind.

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Platforma Obywatelska (Civic Platform, "PO") concealed damning CBA reports

“Auschwitz was established to exterminate the Polish underground resistance, rather than European Jews,” says Nikolaus Wachsmann

At a recent session of the Parliament (Pol. Sejm) members of the Council of Ministers have made a day-long presentations, during which they disclosed numerous pathological schemes of their predecessor governments from the PO and PSL parties. Some of the problems reported were minor, while other were serious and still require explanation.

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“Auschwitz was established to exterminate the Polish underground resistance, rather than European Jews,” says Nikolaus Wachsmann

“Auschwitz was established to exterminate the Polish underground resistance, rather than European Jews,” says Nikolaus Wachsmann

Nikolaus Wachsmann, the author of the first complete history of German concentration camps, thinks that Auschwitz should not be associated solely with the Jewish Holocaust, since its primary purpose was to exterminate the Polish underground resistance movement, and then Soviet prisoners of war.

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On Former Presidents, Orwellian Modalities, and Treason

On Former Presidents, Orwellian Modalities, and Treason

“Political groups responsible for such letters commit treason,” said Constitutional Tribunal Judge, Andrzejewski, about the action by former presidents.

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The Way Forward for the Great Patriotic Front

A Challenge to German Media.

Here, at the American Częstochowa, in this very hall, at this time two years ago, 2014, the Chairman of the Smoleńsk Disaster Commemoration Committee (SDCC), Mr. Tadeusz Antoniak, promulgated the APPEAL TO NORTH AMERICAN POLONIA. Without reservations and by acclamation the APPEAL was endorsed by Polish Canadians and Polish Americans who participated in the First North American Polonia Conference.

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A Challenge to German Media

A Challenge to German Media.

While Andrzej Rzepliński, Chairman of the Constitutional Tribunal plays politics by “crying into sleeves” of a journalist from German "Süddeutsche Zeitung," Pierre Heumann from the "Weltwoche", one of the most widely read Swiss weeklies, published an extensive report from Poland. Heumann presents quite a different picture of our country from that promoted by the German mainstream media.

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Media vs. Democracy: The Case of Poland

"Anna of Solidarity" (Anna Walentynowicz) Lost in Smolensk

With New Year fireworks, Western media opened a frontal attack on the new Polish government formed after a landslide election victory by the Law and Justice Party (PIS). In 2015, the PIS won both presidential and parliamentary elections, and for the first time since WWII, removed entrenched post-communist forces from power in Poland.

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Anna of Solidarity Lost in Smolensk

"Anna of Solidarity" (Anna Walentynowicz) Lost in Smolensk

Anna of Solidarity (Pol. “ Anna Solidarność” - such was a nickname given by Krzysztof Wyszkowski to Anna Walentynowicz, the legendary activist of the Solidarity Movement, and the co-founder of the Free Trade Unions of the Baltic Coast. It is also the title of her biography written by Sławomir Cenckiewicz.

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Content of Polish secret police, the SB, archives is known in Berlin and in Moscow, says Naimski

Content of Polish secret police, the SB, archives are known in Berlin and in Moscow, says Naimski

The secret police archives may be kept in many places around the world. In this situation, Poland could be vulnerable to the control from outside of the country. It is therefore a problem of national security. The case of Lech Walesa is only one example of a much bigger problem.

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How Putin Played Tusk

How Putin Played Tusk.

It was the summer 2010 when Tusk realized that everything about the Smolensk crash was wrong, but in conversations with his trusted people he was justifying his actions. “Are we to start a war with Russia?” Tusk kept asking, trying to convince them that there was nothing else that could have been done.

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Poland Defies Putin

Poland Defies Putin

A Putinesque assassination on a grander scale was also examined recently by an exhaustive Polish parliamentary inquiry. It examined the orchestrated 2010 plane crash in Smolensk, Russia, which (conveniently) killed Poland’s president and 96 members of the top echelon of his pro-Western government. The accident, ignored in the West as another airplane mishap, was reported later by the brave British judge as “probably” carried out under authority of Putin yet of little significance.

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The Litvinenko Report Released (Download it from Current Events Poland)

The Enemies of Vladimir Putin: The Litvinenko Report Released (Download it from Current Events Poland)

The Litvinenko report reveals that the Russian State was responsible for Mr Litvinenko’s death. The report notes that such a sophisticated assassination operation could not have been carried out without the direct, and explicit involvement of Russia’s president, Vladimir Putin.

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Who wants to overthrow the government in Poland?

Who wants to overthrow the government in Poland?

An interesting interview with Minister Prof. Krzysztof Szczerski conducted by the President of the Bialy Kruk Leszek Sosnowski appeared in the "Wpis” magazine. The interview focuses on current political developments in Poland.

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What does the January 13, 2016 press release of the European Commission on Poland really mean?

What does the January 13, 2016 press release of the European Commission on Poland really mean?

The European Commission has announced that at its formal meeting on 13 January 2016, due to some “recent events in Poland” concerning the Polish Constitutional Tribunal and the new parliamentary Media Act, it decided “to start the structured dialogue under the Rule of Law Framework.” The EU-Jargon means in this particular case that the Commission has decided to follow its own resolution named the Rule of Law Framework, the so-called “pre-Article 7 procedure”, i.e. a three-staged process consisting of assessment, recommendation and follow-up.

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A Different View of Poland

A Different View of Poland

Poland has been recently, to use a metaphoric expression, “on the lips” of many Western European and American newspapers.

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European Commission blackmails Poland

Secret Police "Zetka" Files to be Declassified.

The decision of the European Commission to "monitor" the rule of law in Poland represents a policy of pressure and the continuation of the strategy of intimidation and blackmail. It does not have much practical significance, but it has to impress the public opinion in Poland and beyond. It also has to trigger the "re-socialization" of new Polish government.

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Why key information on elections to Constitutional Tribunal is being suppressed?

Secret Police "Zetka" Files to be Declassified.

Although the provisions of the law on Constitutional Court pursuant to which 3 judges were elected by the departing PO-PSL government are valid, the election of those 3 judges is invalid because of the violations of parliamentary procedures pursuant to which the 3 judges were elected. This is why, inter alia, the election of 5 judges by the new Parliament led by Prawo i Sprawiedliwość (PIS) is valid and in full compliance with the law.

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A recent history of murderous haters

Secret Police "Zetka" Files to be Declassified.

As long as the editors of "Gazeta Wyborcza" (GW) and leaders of the Committee for Defense of Democracy (KOD) use the rhetoric of hate, they risk aiding and abetting a crime.

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Secret Police "Zetka" Files to be Declassified.

Secret Police "Zetka" Files to be Declassified.

It is likely that in February 2016 Defense Minister Antoni Macierewicz will declassify top secret files held by the Institute of National Remembrance (IPN), the so-called “Zetka” intelligence files, reports Rzeczpospolita.

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Poland Needs Security and Ballistic Missile Defense, Says Minister Waszczykowski

Poland Needs Security and Ballistic Missile Defense, Says Minister Waszczykowski

Russia tests NATO defense systems, identifies their locations, and monitors how capable defense systems of NATO member states are. The question is whether Russia plans to attack, or whether it just enjoys provoking NATO and some of its member states. An answer to this question is critical.

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Polish Public Television is not the voice of the nation.

Polish Public Television is not the voice of the nation.

Polish Public television has not spoken on behalf of the nation. It was appropriated by the previous party and does not intend to walk away from benefiting from this position.

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NATO Expert Center for Counterintelligence (CI) a Parachute Project.

NATO Expert Center for Counterintelligence (CI) a Parachute Project.

The victory of Law and Justice (PiS) and the political change in Poland came as no surprise to the people connected with post-communist special services. This group has always been very alert and able to protect their own interests. Time and time again, they showed that they knew how to protect themselves in case a new government choses to threaten their empire and seek their accountability for numerous crimes.

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FSB at home in Warsaw

FSB at home in Warsaw.

The Polish Ministry of Defense terminated an agreement signed between Poland’s Military Counterintelligence Service (SKW) and the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation (FSB). Also, Minister of Defense Antoni Macierewicz recalled Col. Krzysztof Dusza and Col. Piotr Pytel from the Expert Center for NATO's Counterintelligence Operations. They were both part of the SKW directorate during the time when the agreement with FSB was signed, allowing for impunitive infiltration into Poland’s Military Counterintelligence Service.

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The Way to Independence: The Turkish Way.

Erdogan with Putin

Shooting down Russian Su-24 is the most significant event in relations between Russia and NATO since the end of the "cold war." For the first time, one of the members of the Alliance applied measure that is effective and appropriate to the behavior of the aggressor.

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The New Continental Block

A dilemma that confronts Germany’s world-power ambitions can be defined as follows: Germany is too large for Europe, but too small for the world.

A dilemma that confronts Germany’s world-power ambitions can be defined as follows: Germany is too large for Europe, but too small for the world. In order to play an essential role as a world power, they must seek a partner, rich in resources, which would increase their potential. Such a partner is Russia.

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Illegal Surveillance Scandal about to erupt in Poland: How Platforma Obywatelska (abbr. PO - Civic Platform) Spied on Political Opposition and Journalists.

Antoni Macierewicz (kneeling), Minister of Defense of the Republic of Poland.

At least several dozen unlawful surveillance operations conducted within the last seven years were aimed at the politicians and experts of the Law and Justice Party (“PIS”), as well as journalists of the opposition press, such as Gazeta Polska, wSieci, Do Rzeczy and Nasz Dziennik. Officers of Polish intelligence and security services who are aware of a wide scale of these operations claim that the Sejm (Parliament) should appoint a special commission to investigate the matter, and to conduct a thorough audit of all illegal activities taken against the opposition journalists and politicians by the government of the Civic Platform (“CP”).

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Does Chairman of the Constitutional Tribunal protect murderers of the Blessed Father Jerzy Popiełuszko?

Andrzej Rzepliński, Chief Judge, Polish Constitutional Tribunal.

What did Poland’s Chief Justice of Constitutional Tribunal know about a slew of politically-motivated murders, including that of the Solidarity Priest, Fr. Jerzy Popiełuszko, and what did he do with this knowledge? Colonel Pietruszka revealed who from the MSW (Ministry of Interior) ordered the murder and who actually murdered Piotr Bartoszcze. Pietruszka’s interview was conducted in the presence of Prof. Rzepliński. What did Professor Rzeplinski do with this knowledge?

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What is really happening in Poland today?

What is really happening in Poland today?

Since the “June 1989 Roundtable Negotiations” between the communist government and the leaders of the Solidarity Movement, Poland has been tightly controlled and governed by a shadowy power holding group. It consists of former communist military intelligence officers, their Russian “handlers”, communist prosecutors, and communist judges. Other types of Special Services and some political parties have become the front-end tools of this shadowy center of power.

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Free Expression in Contemporary Poland & How The Media Complex and Political Establishment Collude by Matthew Tyrmand

Matthew Tyrmand.

Everyone perennially pays lip service to the importance of free expression, but it is only in periods of extreme stress on this issue, after Charlie Hebdo, for example, that it comes to the front and is actively defended. By not having more concern for all the subtle, coercive, and undermining acts of censorship that regularly occur, I believe we allow a crony system to fester and become ever more pernicious in the way that it crowds out the free, the uncompromised, the productive, and the competitive in a society.

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Russia attacks ISIS from the sea. The “astonishing” accuracy of Russian missile systems.

Russia attacks ISIS from the sea. The “astonishing” accuracy of Russian missile systems.

The Russian Defense Minister, Sergei Shoygu issued a statement about the completion of a series of attacks on Islamist targets, utilizing missiles fired from military vessels. This has caught some commentators by surprise, seeing as how the missile attacks were conducted by a small fleet located in the Caspian Sea. According to the majority of sources, the fleet should not have targeting abilities of 1500 km and more.

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Upcoming 2015 parliamentary elections may challenge the post-communist prearrangement in Poland.

Upcoming 2015 parliamentary elections may challenge the post-communist prearrangement in Poland.

Upcoming elections can challenge the system of the Third Republic in place for 26 years, with two brief intervals for the rule of Jan Olszewski Government in 1991/1992 and the presidency of Lech Kaczynski. That would be a fundamental change, said Bronislaw Wildstein in an interview about the parliamentary elections of October 25, 2015.

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The Kremlin’s propaganda offensive. Here is the proof!

The Kremlin’s propaganda offensive. Here is the proof!

Although for a long time already nobody seems to have any doubts about the mobilization within the Russian propaganda machine, the problem has become significant enough to be investigated by the international organizations dealing with the media monitoring.

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Is Russia aiming at annexing Belarus while Europe deals with refugees?

Is Russia aiming at annexing Belarus while Europe deals with refugees?

Will Belarus share Crimea’s fate? It is a probable scenario considering the latest actions of Vladimir Putin, who, without Alexander Lukashenko’s consent, has signed a decree on building an air base in Belarus.

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Why Nord Stream II is totally ignored by the Polish Government?

Why Nord Stream II is totally ignored by the Polish Government?

As the immigration crisis was unfolding in Europe, an important meeting took place in Vladivostok, Russia, on September 4, 2015, between Gazprom Chairman Aleksey Miller and representatives of German corporations BASF and E.ON, French ENGIE, Austrian OMV and Royal Dutch Shell from Great Britain.

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How the "Solidarity" Trade Union Was Born: Sorting out the truth from lies about August 1980 Strike

How the "Solidarity" Trade Union Was Born: Sorting out the truth from lies about August 1980 Strike.

“Do we know what caused the outbreak of the strike in the Gdansk Shipyard? Is the truth so hard to bear that it is easier to blindly accept Borusewicz’s version of events that the strike was organized by five people: Bogdan Borusewicz himself, Jerzy Borowczak, Bogdan Felski, Ludwik Prądzyński and Lech Wałęsa?” asked Krzysztof Wyszkowski in his 2012 article Solidarity as Incuriosity.

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Sudden death of billionaire Kulczyk in Vienna is very significant in light of just revealed Kulczyk-Tusk secret tapes, says Macierewicz.

Sudden death of billionaire Kulczyk in Vienna is very significant in light of just revealed Kulczyk-Tusk secret tapes, says Macierewicz.

Kulczyk was the richest man in Poland and ranked by the Forbes Magazine as number 430 richest man in the world in 2014. His net worth was estimated at close to $4 billion at the time of his death. His company, founded in 1991 Kulczyk Holding, has operations in over 30 countries, in areas such as finance, telecommunications, energy, media, infrastructure, real estate, and more.

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Poland loses competitiveness

Nearly half of young Polish citizens want to leave their country. The research by the Polish Association of Personnel Management shows that 48 percent of educated young people consider emigration once they graduate.

Nearly half of young Polish citizens want to leave their country. The research by the Polish Association of Personnel Management shows that 48 percent of educated young people consider emigration once they graduate.

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The Overthrow of the Jan Olszewski Government Gave a New Lease on Life to the Noe-Communists in Poland

The Overthrow of the Jan Olszewski Government Gave a New Lease on Life to the Noe-Communists in Poland

Krzysztof Wyszkowski, an anticommunist activist and leader of the independent Solidarity Trade Union Movement, who was persecuted by the Communist secret police (SB) during the time of the People’s Republic of Poland, speaks to niezalezna.pl about the overthrow of Jan Olszewski’s government in 1992.

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Polish Americans Choose Andrzej Duda

Andrzej Duda, President of Poland.

Andrzej Duda won the second round of the 2015 Polish presidential election in the U.S. The President-Elect received decisively more votes than Bronisław Komorowski across all four Polish Consular Districts in the U.S. The data released by the Polish consulates in the U.S. reveals that Andrzej Duda received 18,583 votes, whereas Komorowski managed to garner support from only 4,392 voters. Out of 22 poling districts, Komorowski found support only in the districts of Washington and San Francisco. The number of votes cast during the first round of elections, also won by the Law and Justice (Prawo i Sprawiedliwosc, abbr. PiS) candidate, was 19,000, whereas the valid votes in the second round totaled 22,975.

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Russian intelligence services activated all of their media, agent-of-influence, and business assets in Poland - reports ABW, the Polish Internal Security Agency.

Agencja Bezpieczenstwa Wewnetrznego - Polish Internal Security Agency.

Maciej Sankowski’s analysis of the ABW (Polish Internal Security Agency) 2014 report, published on Defence24 website, reveals that Russian intelligence has made a wide-scale attempt to consolidate its pro-Russian assets in Poland. Mr. Sankowski says, that unfortunately, the ABW 2014 report has not attracted the media attention it deserves. “There is no doubt that this specific report is the most unambiguous, powerful, and at the same time, the most interesting of all the ABW’s annual reports published thus far,” emphasizes Sankowski

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An independent International Elections Observers' report shows irregularities during 2015 presidential elections in Poland.

Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski.

An independent report reveals that staff at the polling station mixed up candidates’ ballots, which were then counted as votes for the incumbent candidate Bronisław Komorowski’s. The foregoing is only one of many allegations in the report prepared by a 60-person group of foreign journalists who observed the 2015 Polish presidential elections.

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The Pyramid, WSI, and Mr. President

Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski.

Bronisław Komorowski’s biography is full of bewildering holes, unknowns, and conundrums, all of which begs the question: Who really is this man, and where did he come from? What we know for sure is that he is now vying for a second term as the President of Poland. As I will explain later, Komorowski’s political career gained momentum after a series of incidents, which should have by all estimates, ended his career in scandal.

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Will Komorowski and his party impose martial law?

Will Komorowski and his party impose martial law?

Should it be assumed, that the current electoral statements, so reminiscent of the communist empty slogans, such as “Zgoda buduje” (in Polish: peace is constructive), are suggested to Mr. Komorowski by someone? After all, his closest team of advisors is full of post-communists who would be expected to come up with “peace and security” and the threat of marginalization to those who oppose them.

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Polish President mentioned in American intelligence service cables

Polish President mentioned in American intelligence service cables

Recently WikiLeaks published American cables regarding Komorowski’s ties to WSI (Polish KGB). Amongst the correspondences, there is a reference to Janusz Paluch’s shadow banking activities and hedge fund, an affair covered earlier by Gazeta Polska, which surfaced earlier in the report on verification of the WSI.

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Election Time in Poland! Who will Putin vote for?

Election Time in Poland! Who will Putin vote for?

There is one more good reason for Putin to support the current president. In the coming weeks, he will be able to arrange a series of provocations in order for the Ukrainian conflict to escalate tentions in Poland. In my imagination, I can just picture Komorowski, Kopacz and Polish media alarming against the opposition party PiS (the Law and Justice Party of Late President Lech Kaczynski), a party which undoubtedly would lead us to war with Russia.

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Ukraine just like home for the Russian FSB

Ukraine just like home for the Russian FSB

For over two decades, the Russian intelligence services felt just at home on the Ukrainian soil. The FSB (the Russian Federal Security Service) went as far as developing its own structure in Russia’s neighbour country. “For authorities in Kiev eliminating such a creation is a task even more important than defending Donbass,” states “Gazeta Polska.”

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Russia's Hybrid War with Poland

Russia's Hybrid War in Poland.

Cyberattacks on Polish institutions in 2014 were at all-time high according to the Polish Computer Emergency Response Group (CERT.GOV.PL). Attacks were detected on the stock market, the National Election Bureau, the websites of the president and government administration. More recently, the phenomenon of internet trolling and the so-called deployment of “useful idiots” by Russia have been noted by CERT. These latest activities represents elements of a hybrid warfare.

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Polish Watergate

Poland is a big barrel of the black powder.

“If our Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz doesn’t explain her links, the Polish politics will experience a scandal as big as the Watergate,” announced Przemysław Wipler during the press conference in the Polish Parliament called to address the direct involvement of Ewa Kopacz, Kamiński and officials from the Polish Prime Minister Office in the campaign against SKOK - Polish credit union. Mr Wipler, a member of the Polish Parliament, questioned Mrs Kopacz about SKOK, claiming that the information he obtained from one of her former associates, would put the SKOK issue in a new light.

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Poland is a big barrel of the black powder.

Poland is a big barrel of the black powder.

The strikes by many different social and professional groups, starting from coal miners, farmworkers to musicians, and also the launching of the presidential campaign by Andrzej Duda (PIS –“Prawo i Sprawiedliwość” opposition party) and Bronisław Komorowski ( PO - “Platforma Obywatelska” ruling party) were the topics that dominated TV program called “Bliżej” (Closer), on February 12, 2015, hosted by Jan Pospieszalski .

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Is the West going to give in to Putin?

Is the West going to give in to Putin?

”EU is divided with regards to sanctions on Russia, with some members willing to have them softened,” informed Rafał Trzaskowski, Poland’s Secretary for European Affairs, after a meeting of 28 EU member states in Brussels.

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Kremlin's Troll Factory

Kremlin's Troll Factory: I-Love-Putin-for-Money

“They offer an attractive salary, and hire those who do not ask questions.” This is how the Kremlin’s Trolls are hired. A Radio Svoboda journalist managed to locate one of the former employees of the so-called “Ministry of Truth” that carries out this all-out “Cyber War” on behalf of the Kremlin.

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We must take up the fight!

Lech Kaczynski and other European Leaders in Tibilisi Georgia, during the Soviet invasion.

We can continue to ignore “an elephant in the room” or we can boldly face what is rapidly unfolding behind Poland’s eastern border with potential grave consequences for the country and the entire Europe. A few recent articles discussing the matter of Poland’s national security represent just a tip of the iceberg in terms of concerns voiced recently by many experts.

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Poland’s State Forests and urgent need for the UE Accession Treaty’s renegotiation

Poland State Forests Crisis.

Poland’s State Forests and the fate of the country’s agricultural land came into view due to recent late-night attempts to change the Polish Constitution. Hence, those subjects require our full attention since they threaten strategic national interests of Poland. In that context, an effort undertaken by the Polish citizens protesting such policies shall be recognized.

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What’s Hiding in Foreign Bank Accounts, Or How You “Distribute” A Million Dollars

What’s Hiding in Foreign Bank Accounts, Or How You “Distribute” A Million Dollars

Some of the money appearing on Lejb Fogelman’s Swiss bank account statement came—according to Katowice detectives—from bribes paid by the SairGroup consortium for the privatization of PLL LOT, the Polish Airline. The attorney was interrogated in the capacity of a witness—reports Gazeta Polska.

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Corruption in the Supreme Court

Corruption in the Supreme Court

On December 12, 2014, investigative journalists Anita Gargas and Cezary Gmyz in a TV program “Zadanie Specjalne” revealed tapes and texts messages exchanged between the Supreme Court Judge H. Pietrzykowski and Supreme Administrative Court Judge B. Moraczewski negotiating over a case on the docket.

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NEWS

Cenckiewicz Reveals Important Evidence about Wałęsa

Temple of Divine Providence Opens in Warsaw

“I apologize for talking about Wałęsa again, but I really can’t stand listening any more to his “experts,” who ramble that none of Wałęsa’s original letters (apart from denunciations) from the 1970s survived, because he is illiterate and not an intellectual!” wrote prof. Sławomir Cenckiewicz, and published relevant documents.

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Russian Missile System Aims at Poland.

Temple of Divine Providence Opens in Warsaw

“It is necessary to think how Poland can neutralize this threat. How can we fight against the Iskanders? Can we stop the S-400 missiles if they aim at our aircrafts?” Former National Defense Minister, Prof. Romuald Szeremietiew, asks in the interview with w.Polityce.pl

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Temple of Divine Providence Opens in Warsaw

Temple of Divine Providence Opens in Warsaw

An opening celebration of Warsaw’s largest and most symbolic church – the Temple of Divine Providence – has taken place on November 11, 2016.

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Poland succeeds in the European Parliament. Green light for Via Carpatia.

Sumlinski vindicated.

“Via Carpatia, which is one of Polish government’s main projects, has been given a green light from the European Parliament. The report by PiS (Polish Law and Justice party) E.U. minister, Tomasz Poręba, was approved by the European Parliament, which is a great news for Poland. Congratulations to Tomasz Poręba,” said Andrzej Adamczyk, Minister of Infrastructure and Development.

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Russia cuts off direct access to Smolensk and Katyn
Entry through Belarus will be considered a violation.

Sumlinski vindicated.

Russia changed its policy concerning the entry of EU citizens who travel by car into the territory of the Russian Federation through Belarus. Already back in September Russia stopped letting in the EU citizens traveling by car through the passage at Redźki - Krasnoye (Krasnaya Gorka) located on the route Brest - Moscow which passes near Smolensk. It's the shortest route to Russia.

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Corruption in the Arms Group:
Gigantic contracts for Hypki and Gen. Bronowicz plus a stream of money for the Civic Platform

Sumlinski vindicated.

During a special session of the National Defense Commission of the Polish Sejm, Deputy Minister of Defense Bartosz Kownacki presents the initial outcomes of the audit of the Polish Arms Group. “We discover new information and facts every day.

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Association of Polish Journalists
Open Letter to Washington Post

Sumlinski vindicated.

The Association of Polish Journalists (“SDP”) submitted a complaint to Washington Post (“WP”) about a biased op-ed on Poland. The WP declined to take a corrective action. Thus, SDP released to the public its letter to the editor and readers of the WP regarding a biased article by a US journalist Anne Applebaum. Below is SDP letter to WP.

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Wojciech Sumliński acquitted.

Sumlinski vindicated.

The investigative journalist has revealed how he discovered the real nature of the certain individuals and institutions. “I found out the true colors of fellow journalists from Newsweek or Gazeta Wyborcza, who, like e.g. Wojciech Czuchnowski, judged me in the first month of the prosecution’s vile campaign, assuming that the evidence against me was indisputable and beyond question.

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Russia blocks cellular signals in some parts of Poland

Russia blocks cellular signals in some parts of Poland

Poles living in the north-east of the country are unable to use their cell phones. This problem appears to be caused to the Russian army, rather than the network providers, or network problems.

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Did 26 innocent people have to die to protect identity of "Bolek"?

Did 26 innocent people have to die to protect identity of "Bolek"?

On April 7, 1995, there was a gas explosion in a building located at 39 Wojska Polskiego Street in Gdańsk’s district of Wrzeszcze. The explosion claimed 22 lives. Documentation published by Prof. Sławomir Cenckiewicz on his Facebook profile could help to explain the matter. It appears that the explosion could have been connected with the file of communist secret police informant “Bolek”.

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2017 - The year of General Józef Haller

2017 - The year of General Józef Haller

The announcement that 2017 is a year of General Józef Haller has brought back the well-deserved recognition of the General, who was one of the main co-founders of the reborn Poland, and the first chief commander of the Polish Army after the WWI.

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The End of Constitutional Tribunal Crisis

The End of Constitutional Tribunal Crisis.

President Andrzej Duda has signed the amendment to the Constitutional Tribunal Act. According to the government, the Act is designed to normalize the situation around the TK (Constitutional Tribunal), but the opposition has been speculating about the coup and the Tribunal having its powers frozen.

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The May unemployment level is the lowest in 25 years

The May unemployment level is the lowest in 25 years

On Thursday the Central Statistical Office (GUS) announced that the unemployment rate in Poland in May this year came down to 9.1%. In comparison with April the rate fell by 0.4% and by 1.6% as compared to the previous year, GUS added.

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Sweden to strengthen cooperation with the Polish Navy in the Baltic Sea

Sweden to strengthen cooperation with the Polish Navy in the Baltic Sea

In light of the current political situation, we would like to strengthen cooperation between the Swedish and Polish Navy - said Admiral Jens Nykvist Commander of the Swedish Navy on a visit to Gdansk.

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China silk road express arrived in Poland

China Silk Road Express Arrived in Poland.

Polish and Chinese presidents signed a declaration on strategic partnership. Poland and China see each other as long-term and stable strategic partners, and their development offers a significant opportunity for mutually beneficial cooperation, reads a joint statement on the establishment of the comprehensive strategic partnership between Poland and China.

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Liquid Gas to Free Poland from Dependence on Russian Gazprom Supplies.

Liquid Gas to Free Poland from Dependence on Russian Gazprom Supplies.

A historic event took place in the Świnoujście port. The first commercial cargo ship with liquefied gas received permission to enter the LNG terminal – reported an operator of the Polish gas transmission system Gaz-System.

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Bundestag on German-Poland Treaty

Bundestag on German-Poland Treaty

The Bundestag’s plan to adopt a resolution on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Polish-German Treaty of Good Neighbourship and Friendly Cooperation has collapsed...

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More Victims of Communist Crimes to be Identified

Anaconda 2016 Military Exercises in Poland.

Soon Poland will know new names of victims of the Stalinist regime. Today, 60 years after the crime, their bodies are being finally discovered and identified. The ceremony of presenting identification certificate of the victims to the family members is to be held in the Presidential Palace. This will be yet another ceremony, at which the identity of the victims killed during the Stalinist oppressors in the period of 1944 -56 are to be revealed to the public.

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Anaconda 2016 Military Exercises in Poland

Anaconda 2016 Military Exercises in Poland.

The Anaconda–16 military training exercises are held in Poland between June 7 and 17, 2016. The Anaconda is the most important and the largest training exercise of the Polish Armed Forces in 2016. This year ANAKONDA is part of a series of military training events, where over 30,000 U.S., NATO and partner nation troops train together.

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President Andrzej Duda at Monte Cassino

Beata Szydlo, Polish Prime Minister.

The official Polish delegation took part in the special ceremony commemorating the 72nd anniversary of the victory of the Second Polish Corps in the Battle for Monte Cassino. Among the official guests were President Andrzej Duda, and Anna Maria Anders, Senator of the Republic of Poland and daughter of the legendary General Wladyslaw Anders.

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Polish Parliament adopted a resolution on the defense of its sovereignty and the rights of its citizens

Beata Szydlo, Polish Prime Minister.

The Republic of Poland, in accordance with the Constitution, is a sovereign and democratic state of the rule of law - stressed the resolution on the protection of the sovereignty of the Republic of Poland and the rights of its citizens adopted by the Polish Parliament.

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Two Nations Dishonored

Bill Clinton insults Poles and Hungarians.

It is ironic that on the 60th anniversary of the two pivotal events that sounded the impending death knell of the Soviet Union -- the uprisings in Poznań, Poland and Budapest, Hungary -- a former President of the United States [Bill Clinton] would suggest that the heart’s desire of Poles and Hungarians had turned from freedom to renewed dictatorship.

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Response to the letter attacking Minister Antoni Macierewicz

German is arming itself

Several former ministers of defense who published an open letter demanding the resignation of the current Defense Minister Antoni Macierewicz are trying to hide many years of their gross negligence – wrote in response other ministers including current Minister of Foreign Affairs Witold Waszczykowski and former Minister of Defense Jan Parys.

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Germany is arming itself

German is arming itself

The Bundeswehr will increase its numbers for the first time since the unification. This is a sharp reversal in Germany’s defense policy, as the country systematically reduced its army since its unification.


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President Andrzej Duda visits Canada

President Andrzej Duda visits Canada

President of the Repubic of Poland, Andrzej Duda visits Canada. Polish language coverage.


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A Statement by the (AKO) Academic Citizens’ Clubs

“Rzepliński’s behavior towards Zaradkiewicz is unacceptable and reminiscent of bullying,” says MP Szarama.

We appeal to the opposition and the legal community to cease their attacks on Poland! - wrote members of the Polish Academic Citizens' Clubs.

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“Rzepliński’s behavior towards Zaradkiewicz is unacceptable and reminiscent of bullying,” says MP Szarama.

“Rzepliński’s behavior towards Zaradkiewicz is unacceptable and reminiscent of bullying,” says MP Szarama.

“The scandal around the Tribunal’s decisions should be viewed from a political standpoint,” says Wojciech Szarama, a member of PiS and the Sejm.

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Media attack causes resignation of the Prosecutor.

Media attack causes resignation of the Prosecutor.

Prosecutor Remigiusz Krynke, who was in charge of the case against Prime Minister Beata Szydło for not publishing the Constitutional Tribunal’s verdict, requested to be withdrawn from the case. The reason for his decision, according to Krynke, was the media criticism, which prevents him from remaining unbiased, and seems designed to put pressure on him to influence his decision to issue an indictment against Prime Minister Szydlo.

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Who is funding Nowoczesna Party? Shockin facts revealed!

Who is funding Nowoczesna Party? Shockin facts revealed!

Several interesting facts were revealed in the recent report about Ryszard Petru’s (left-wing) Nowoczesna party’s financial data by Newsweek. It appears that among individuals, who financially supported Nowoczesna’s electoral campaign, were Wojciech Kostrzewa from TVN’s board of directors, as well as Marcin Michalak and Artur Hoffman from ATM Group’s board of directors.

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Big public support for “Morawiecki Plan”

Decisiveness in Relations with Russia Pays Off.

A Forty nine percent respondents who had heard about the Morawiecki Plan support it, 14% are against and 37% have no opinion - concludes the survey conducted by the CBOS (National Polling Bureau) . Only 6% believe the plan can be fully implemented.

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Decisiveness in Relations with Russia Pays Off

Decisiveness in Relations with Russia Pays Off.

After long negotiations, an agreement has been signed between Russian and Polish governments regulating the authorization of truck freight. The agreement will be valid until the end of this year.

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"The Parliamentary Laws were violated," said Speaker of the House (Pol. Sejm), Kuchciński.

Polish Parliament in Session.

“I decided to establish an oversight committee that will review and consider, in its entirety, the issue of the [ongoing] Constitutional Court crisis,” announced Marek Kuchciński, Speaker of the House (Pol. Marszalek Sejmu) in an official statement. This panel “will not include either politicians or judges of the Constitutional Court," he explained.

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"Amber Gold Affair" court trial begins with a bomb threat

"Amber Gold Affair" court trial in Gdansk begins with a bomb threat.

On March 21, 2016, a trial in the Amber Gold case began before the District Court in Gdansk. The trial started with a delay because of a bomb threat. Among the accused are the former company's CEO Marcin P. and his wife Catherine P.

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A "Wall of Shame" at the Supreme Court of Poland

IPN indicted three members of Polish communist secret police for conspiracy and attempted poisoning of “Anna of Solidarity”.

Recently I called public attention to the "Wall of Memory" located in the building of the Supreme Court of Poland at the Krasinski Square in Warsaw. A gallery of Chief Justices of the Supreme Court is prominently displayed in this building. While it is understandable to commemorate the Chief Justices of the Supreme Court in the Second and Third Republic, to place them together with the communist criminals - even without any commentary - is shocking and makes a lasting impression of revolting outrage.

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IPN indicted three members of Polish communist secret police for conspiracy and attempted poisoning of “Anna of Solidarity”

IPN indicted three members of Polish communist secret police for conspiracy and attempted poisoning of “Anna of Solidarity”.

IPN (Institute of National Remembrance) sent to the court an indictment in the case concerning communist crimes and crimes against humanity, committed against legendary solidarity activist Anna Walentynowicz, known as “Anna of Solidarity”. The charges are for attempted poisoning of the legendary opposition leader.

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Soviet-Trained Generals Began to Leave Polish Army

Dangerous Incident! President Duda's limousine landed in a ditch.

The Russian media has recently shown an awful lot of interest in the wave of officers’ departures from within the General Command of the Polish Armed Forces. The Kremlin’s TV channel commented on the resignation of five generals, claiming that it was “a beginning of the purge within the Polish army.”

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Dangerous Incident! President Duda's limousine landed in a ditch

Dangerous Incident! President Duda's limousine landed in a ditch.

A scary incident involving President of Poland Andrzej Duda took place on the highway A4 in Poland on March 4, 2016. The Government Protection Bureau (“BOR”) is investigating the matter, reports niezalezna.pl.

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The Ulma Family from Markowa Are the Symbol of Heroism and Sacrifice of the Polish People

The Ulma Family from Markowa Are the Symbol of Heroism and Sacrifice of the Polish People

Foreign correspondents are invited to visit a museum established in the memory of the Polish people who sacrificed their lives to save their Jewish neighbors during WW II.

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Newsweek writes about TVN24 manipulations: Bickering between the mainstream media

Newsweek writes about TVN24 manipulations: Bickering between the mainstream media.

“I switched on the TV and I went speechless. It was one big manipulation,” such was a fragment of an article published by Newsweek, one of Poland’s main weeklies run by Tomasz Lis. The article has caused uproar within the close family of mainstream media.

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Lech Wałęsa did a lot of harm to Poland

TVN Ordered to Pay 471,000 PLN for Desecrating the Polish Flag.

“Wałęsa became a symbol of getting away with the past, the lack of de-communization and lustration. He did a lot of harm to Poland,” says Minister of Development, Mateusz Morawiecki.

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TVN Ordered to Pay 471,000 PLN for Desecrating the Polish Flag

TVN Ordered to Pay 471,000 PLN for Desecrating the Polish Flag.

Polish TV broadcaster TVN is to pay 471,000PLN for disrespecting the Polish flag. The cassation complaint filed against this judgment by the Court of Appeals has been rejected by the Supreme Court. The sentence follows the incident from March 2008, which occurred on the TVN program presented by Jakub Wojewódzki.

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Documents on Lech Walesa held by Communist General Czeslaw Kiszczak to be Recovered!

Documents on Lech Walesa held by Communist General Czeslaw Kiszczak to be Recovered!

The Polish Institute of National Remembrance (IPN) reports that Maria Kiszczak, widow of General Czeslaw Kiszczak, claims to be in the possession of documents relating to the secret collaborator of the communist security service, an agent codenamed "Bolek."

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Using the term “Polish concentration camps” to be prosecuted as a crime

Using the term “Polish concentration camps” to be prosecuted as a crime.

One of the main objectives for the changes to relevant laws is to facilitate a quick and effective response to the term “Polish concentration camps,” increasingly used by foreign press. The amendment will make media centers, as well as private individuals liable for using such term.

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Polish Americans Write an Open Letter to Senators B. Cardin, R. Durbin and J. McCain

Polish Americans Write an Open Letter to Senators B. Cardin, R. Durbin and J. McCain

We represent a diverse community of the Polish Americans, many among us from your states. We are writing this letter to let you know that we object to the statements made in your letter dated February 10, 2016 directed to the Polish Prime Minister Szydlo, in which you urge her to respect “democracy, human rights and the rule of law.”

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Minister of Defense, Antoni Macierewicz, Comments About the 2016 NATO Defense Ministers' Meeting.

Chance to End the Controversy on Constitutional Tribunal, says Prime Minister Szydło in Budapest.

"The change that has been made in the world (at the NATO meeting) is an essential element that will not only contribute to our security, but will also help to explain the Smolensk tragedy," said Antoni Macierewicz in a weekly video address "Polish voice" on TV Trwam.

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Chance to End the Controversy on Constitutional Tribunal, says Prime Minister Szydło in Budapest

Chance to End the Controversy on Constitutional Tribunal, says Prime Minister Szydło in Budapest.

“The Venice Commission delegation is a chance to explain the reasons for changes to the Constitutional Tribunal Law,” said Prime Minister Beata Szydło at the press conference in Budapest.

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The Smolensk crash must be properly investigated said Prime Minister Szydło in London

The Smolensk crash must be properly investigated said Prime Minister Szydło in London.

“The Smolensk crash should be finally properly investigated. I still do not know what the facts were, and what the cause of the crash was. Therefore, a subcommittee (for the investigation of the cause of this crash) is necessary,” said Prime Minister Szydło at a press briefing during her official visit in London.

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Poland’s Prime Minister Szydło Visits Norway

Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo in Norway.

One of the main subjects of discussion during the official visit of the Prime Minister Szydło in Norway was the safety, security, and a difficult situation in Europe with respect to the refugee crisis. Poland looks at this problem in a similar way as Norway.

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Communist Military Information Services (WSI) Chief's Files Declassified

General Marek Dukaczewski, Former Chief of Poland's Communist Military Information Services (WSI).

The dossier and files of Marek Dukaczewski - the former head of the communist Military Information Services (WSI) - were discovered in the Central Military Archive (CAW), and were transferred to the Institute of National Remembrance (IPN). The CAW also located other personal dossiers of other communist military intelligence officers from the Central Command II, which subsequently became the WSI.

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The truth that these concentration camps were German must be told to the world - said Poland's President Duda

The truth that these concentration camps were German must be told to the world - said Poland's President Duda.

The proclamation of the truth is the obligation of everybody: the Poles, as (...) those who also were held in those camps and who know the truth about the Holocaust. It is a duty of Israel that suffered so terribly as a nation, in a way that is indescribable. This truth must be told to the world - that those were the German Nazi camps, and who were their victims and who perpetrated these murders. It's a big task, which is and will be implemented.

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Cenckiewicz announces changes within the CAW (Central Military Archives)

Cenckiewicz announces changes within the CAW (Central Military Archives)

The Defense Minister Antoni Macierewicz assigned the task of reforming the military archives to Sławomir Cenckiewicz, appointing him a Director of the Central Military Archives. In his statement, Cenckiewicz announced procedural changes he plans to introduce into the Military Archives department. “I consider it my duty to make the CAW open to liaison with all scientific and academic institutions,” wrote the CAW director.

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Tusk/Kopacz Platforma Obywatelska Government wiretapped journalists!

Tusk/Kopacz Platforma Obywatelska Government wiretapped journalists!

Police Chief confirms the existence of two special operations’ units formed to spy on reporters and journalists.

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European Commission’s Action against Poland is Illegal

European Commission’s Action against Poland is Illegal

Alexander Stępkowski, Undersecretary of State in the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, stated that a decision of the European Commission to impose on Poland procedures for the protection of the rule of law was illegal since "there is no basis in EU law” for such a decision.

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Interview with Poland's Law and Justice Party Chairman, Jaroslaw Kaczynski.

"In Defense of Democracy in Europe!"

Kaczyński claims that Poland’s political system has been expropriated and almost shattered by a close network of influence.

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"In Defense of Democracy in Europe!"

"In Defense of Democracy in Europe!"

Democracy is based on debate and freedom of speech together with transparency in public life and equality of citizens before the law. The Polish media including TVP, TVN, Gazeta Wyborcza and mainstream newspapers for the past many years have been very one sided in favor of PO government and against the PiS opposition.

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"You know nothing about freedom of speech!"

Joanna Lichocka: “You know nothing about freedom of speech!” Parliament hears the names of those thrown out from the public media by Platforma Obywatelska.

A stormy debate took place in Parliament (Sejm) over the Public Media Law. A strong speech was delivered by Joanna Lichocka of the Law and Justice (PiS). In her speech, she pointed out the names of the journalists who had been sacked from the public media during the PO-PSL term in office. “During the time you were in office, I was thrown out of work from the Public Television station, at the time ruled by your party buddies. Lichocka turned towards MP Pomaska of the Civic Platform (PO) party and asked:  “Should I read out the names? You have no shame,” Lichocka added.

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Poland Prime Minister Szydlo Responds to Protesters.

Poland Prime Minister Szydlo.

“They are organized by those who are no longer in power and who lost their privileges and connections.” - said Poland Prime Minister Szydlo.

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International Conference on Lech Kczynski's foreign policy held in Warsaw, Poland.

Lelch Kaczynski in Tbilisi, Georgia, during the Soviet Invasion.

An international conference on the legacy of President Lech Kaczynski in Central and Eastern Europe took place at the Presidential Palace under the auspices of President Andrzej Duda. The conference "Sovereignty, solidarity, security. Lech Kaczynski and Central and Eastern Europe” opened with these words by President Duda: “The policies of President Lech Kaczynski were based on the highest values. Their tenets remain important today."

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President Andrzej Duda Apologized for the Third Polish Republic.

President Andrzej Duda Apologized for the Third Polish Republic.

President Andrzej Duda: “I apologize for the Third Republic, which called criminals "men of honor". Which buries its oppressors with honors.”

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Prosecutor's Office Compromised!

Prosecutor's Office Compromised!

The Court has found a former WSI officer Aleksander Lichocki as guilty and journalist Wojciech Sumliński as innocent. Piotr Woyciechowski, a former member of the WSI Liquidation Commission stated: “It's a big accusation against the Prosecutor’s Office, which lead this investigation along with ABW agents, operating under the direction of Gen. Bondaryk.

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Sign the Petition to Protect Monte Cassino!

Sign the Petition to Protect Monte Cassino!

At Monte Cassino, in Italy, where the Polish soldiers fought valiantly and shed their blood during World War II, an unacceptable event is unfolding. The terrain of the battle site of Monte Cassino has been leased by a private, commercial company, for activity that offend the nature of these sacred grounds. At the end of November / early December 2015 a commercial area has been opened on these grounds, with entrance fees, to a “St. Nicholas Village.”

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Vetting of Judges Impeded: Constitutional Tribunal decided in its own case

President Andrzej Duda Commemorates victims of April 10, 2010 Smolensk Crash at presidential palace.

A ruling made by the Constitutional Tribunal (TK) leaves no illusion; the vetting proceedings of judges (verification regarding their ties with communist secret police) can be blocked in a very simple manner. In April 2015, TK issued a decision in this matter. According to TK, judges as well as prosecutors can be vetted only after their immunity from legal proceedings as judges and prosecutors has been lifted. And who is to decide about such immunity lifting? - Of course, the judges themselves!

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President Andrzej Duda Commemorates victims of April 10, 2010 Smolensk Crash at presidential palace.

President Andrzej Duda Commemorates victims of April 10, 2010 Smolensk Crash at presidential palace.

The monthly observance of the April 10 Smolensk tragedy began at 8:00 am with Holy Mass and solemn placing of flowers at the cross commemorating the victims of the tragedy.

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Formal Protest issued to CNN and Washington Post for their Untruthful and Misleading Reporting on Poland.

Polish American Congress Issues a Formal Protest to CNN and Washington Post for their Untruthful and Misleading Reporting on Poland.

The November 29, 2015 article by Jackson Diehl “Poland’s disturbing tilt to the right” in the Washington Post and Global Public Square Program by Fareed Zakaria in CNN of December 6, 2015 demonstrate biased journalism that violates principles of the Journalism Code of Ethics as well as the core values of the media industry such as journalistic integrity, diversity of viewpoints, and responsible content.

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Fareed Zakaria of CNN, and Radek Sikorski's Friend, Makes Disparaging and Untruthful Comments about Poland on air.

Radek Sikorski, controversial Polish politician, and former MFA of Poland.

Did Fareed Zakaria's friendship with Radek Sikorski set the tone for CNN's missleading and untruthful program about Poland? Polish journalist Mariusz Pilis writes: "if the latest CNN program proves to have been inspired by Sikorski, then the figure from CNN should lose his job because he is not a journalist."

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Ex-FSB Agent: Russia involved in the London Riots, Paris Attacks, and ISIS.

Polish intelligence and police files found in Russian archives.

Russian agents are purported to have been cooperating with the Islamic radicals. He said that the riots in London in 2009, 2010 and 2011 were planned by the FSB and the SVR (Foreign Intelligence Service of the Russian Federation). They also knew that terrorist acts in Paris were under preparation.  The Experts who on two occasions, with the help of a lie detectors assessed the truthfulness of  his statements, said that he was telling the truth.

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Polish files found in Russian archives. “By law, these files should be in Poland,” says Cezary Gmyz.

Polish intelligence and police files found in Russian archives.

As reported by Gazeta Wyborcza, German historians have discovered pre-war documentation belonging to the Polish intelligence services (known as "Dwójka", eng. "Two"), and Polish police. For years, Poland has been trying to recover the lost archives.

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What really happened in Smolensk on April 10, 2010?

What really happened in Smolensk on April 10, 2010?

Niezalezna.pl presents a document entitled “What do we know about the Smolensk crash? The preliminary summary of the Smolensk Conferences.” This document presents a coherent opinion of the Smolensk Conferences’ Scientific Committee and demonstrates how the crash really occurred. When examined in whole and in detail, the documentation concludes that the basic rules of physics were violated in the version of the crash presented in the MAK’s and Miller Commission’s reports. It is obvious that Tu-154 was blown-up and did not crush.

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Polish Liquid Gas Terminal Ready for Operation?

Polish liquid gas terminal ready for operation?

The liquid gas terminal in northern Poland (LNG) is meant to decrease the country's energy dependence on Russia. The project is worth some PLN 3.5 billion. Roman Szul of University of Warsaw: "the 2010 Russian – Polish agreement on gas deliveries that are highly advantageous for Russia and to some extent contradictory to EU competition policy in gas industry.”

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Polish President Andrzej Duda: Smolensk Crash Investigation Incomplete, and Must Continue ...

Polish President Andrzej Duda about Smolensk Crash Investigation.

The President Wrote:
"The reports of [The Russian] MAK and [Polish] Miller Commissions are simply hypotheses that fail in confrontation with scientific analysis of the available photographic and video evidence. Therefore, it must be accepted that endeavors to explain the circumstances and causes of the Smolensk crash have not been successful thus far. Therefore, the investigation is not complete.

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“The goal of the new government is to audit and transform state institutions, to assure good governance,” says Prof. Chwedoruk about Beata Szydło’s cabinet.

Beata Szydlo's New Cabinet takes shape in Poland.

Antoni Macierewicz, Zbigniew Ziobro, Mariusz Błaszczak are symbols of change. Their presence rewards the Law and Justice party members, as well as the party’s most devoted supporters. Thanks to their loyalty the Law and Justice survived and swiftly won this year’s elections,” said prof. Rafał Chwedoruk.

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Remains of the Augustów Roundup Massacre Victims Found.

Remains of the Augustów Roundup Massacre Victims Found.

The research into the Augustów Massacre, in particular the search for the graves of the victims of communist crimes, was a priority task for the Institute of National Remembrance, which conducted its investigation on a wide scale.

Niezalezna.pl confirms that the Institute, after years of efforts, has finally been successful. The place of burial of the Poles murdered by the Soviet NKVD has been found. “The IPN was supported by foresters and people who conducted their own searches,” said a person involved in the investigation.

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Our aim to govern is not motivated by a revenge or to get even […] The time of integrity is about to begin in Poland - said Jarosław Kaczyński during his speech in Warsaw.

Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Law & Justice Party, Poland.

During the pre-electoral event in Warsaw’s district of Targówek Jarosław Kaczyński spoke to the local electorate. Below is the full content of his speech:

"Ladies and gentlemen, moments earlier, you have just been presented with a list of the Law and Justice candidates to the Sejm and Senate. We can say that these candidates constitute a very strong team indeed ...

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Russia invented a fog generator to hide missiles and rocket launchers from satellites

Russia invented a fog generator to hide missiles and rocket launchers from satellites.

Russian scientists from the Military Academy of Strategic Rocket Forces in Serpukhov, situated 100 km south of Moscow, have constructed an aerosol generator capable of producing artificial fog that will camouflage mobile rocket launchers, informed Russian TV Dozhd (eng. "Rain").

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Appeal to Vote in 2015 Parliamentary Elections in Poland

Appeal to Vote in 2015 Parliamentary Elections in Poland.

In the United States, the Polish parliamentary elections are scheduled to take place on Saturday, October 24, 2015, in 31 locations across the United States. Please register to vote as soon as possible. Registrations should be made on line at https://ewybory.msz.gov.pl or by calling the Embassy or the closest Consulate of the Republic of Poland.
Please vote in the upcoming elections to Sejm and Senate!

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NATO Counterintelligence Center in Poland „a clear signal to Russia that its espionage activities will not be tolerated.”

NATO Counterintelligence Center in Poland „a clear signal to Russia that its espionage activities will not be tolerated.”

NATO is in the process of creating a counterintelligence (CI) and counterterrorism (CT) center of excellence in Kraków,” announced a German weekly Welt am Sonntag. The center will open this year. The decision to form the Center has been made following tensions between the Western military alliance and the Russian Federation. “Between 40 and 70 of military officers will station at this center, which has been given a working name “Counter Intelligence Center of Excellence,” adds WamS. The unit will be located in southern suburbs of Kraków.

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The history proved us right, said Joanna and Andrzej Gwiazda in their new book

The history proved us right, said Joanna and Andrzej Gwiazda in their new book.

A book entitled Years later, the history proved them right in a form of an interview by Remigiusz Okraska and Agnieszka Niewińska with the two leading Solidarity activists is an engrossing and very personal story of Joanna and Andrzej Gwiazda, the organizers of the August 1980 Solidarity strike in the Gdansk Shipyard and the co-founders of the Solidarity Movement in Poland.

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Dr. Maciej Lasek's Smolensk Crash Propaganda Team Out of Business

Dr. Maciej Lasek's Smolensk Crash Propaganda Team Out of Business.

The Government Center of Legislation (RCL) has published in the Polish Monitor an Executive Order issued by Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz to close Maciej Lasek’s team charged with the responsibility of explaining to the Polish public the cause of the Smolensk crash as presented in the Miller report. The Executive Order to close down the Lasek Team entered into force upon publication. Thus, the Lasek propaganda team was closed down, without any prior announcement, on the day of the publication of the Executive Order.

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Russia Provokes Poland

Russia provokes Poland.

Commentators Piotr Semka and Wiesław Dębski agreed on Radio Trójka that the Russian Ambassador’s recent statement that Poland was responsible for the outbreak of WWII was Kremlin’s provocation in a bid to further its plan to weaken Poland’s position on the international scene.

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Polish President Andrzej Duda Addressed the United Nations Assembly.

Russia manipulates the past - Says Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

ANDRZEJ DUDA, President of Poland, addressed the United Nations on September 27, 2015. While recalling Nazi Germany’s invasion against his country in September 1939, President Duda said Poles knew fully well not to take peace for granted. Stressing the importance of respect for international law, he said it was Rafal Lemkin, a great Pole of Jewish descent, an eminent lawyer and university lecturer nominated to the Nobel Peace Prize, who had invented and applied in professional literature the term “genocide”, having lost almost his whole family in the German annihilation camps.

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Russia manipulates the past - Says Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Russia manipulates the past - Says Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Russia protests after a statue of Gen. Ivan Chernyakhovsky, a Soviet executioner of the Home Army, has been taken down in a Polish town of Pieniężno. “We view the persistent omission of this undeniable fact by the Russian side as a chronic case of historical amnesia and a sign of utter cynicism… Hiding the truth about the Second World War (…) is an attempt at grossly manipulating the past,” stated the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MSZ).

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Putin wants Russian military base in Belarus

Putin wants Russian military base in Belarus.

Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered his Ministry of Defense and Ministry of Foreign Affairs to negotiate and sign an agreement with Belarus on the establishment on its territory an air force base for the Russian Air Force.

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Russia supports separatist movements

Russia supports separatist movements.

Sinn Fein", "Uhuru Movement" and various political separatist movements around the world took part in the Russian government-funded conference in Moscow. All at the expense of the Kremlin. The meeting entitled "Dialogue of Nations: the right to self-determination and the construction of a multipolar world" was held on September 20, 2015. The conference was attended by representatives of the pro-Russian separatist groups from Donetsk in eastern Ukraine, where the Ukrainian clashes between government forces and terrorist groups continue since April 2014, resulting in killing more than 6,500 people thus far.

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U.S. deploys superior F-22 Raptor fighters to Europe

U.S. deploys superior F-22 Raptor fighters to Europe.

“The U.S. will deploy the new F-22 Raptor fighter aircrafts to Europe, in order to show support for Eastern European allies, who fear Russian aggression,” informed the United States Air Forces.

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Polish National Alliance - 2015 Electoral Convention in Cleveland, Ohio.

Polish National Alliance - 2015 Electoral Convention in Cleveland, Ohio.

The Polish National Alliance (PNA) Convention took place between 23 and 26 August in Cleveland, Ohio. The PNA, one of the oldest and largest ethnic fraternal insurance benefit societies in the U.S., with 160 thousands members in 37 states, elects its president and executive board at this convention.

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The statue of late Anna Walentynowicz unveiled. "She is a role model for us all," says President Duda.

The statue of late Anna Walentynowicz unveiled. "She is a role model for us all," says President Duda.

Hundreds of people, including former government officials, members of Gazeta Polska clubs, leading Solidarity activists, Gdańsk citizens, and the family of late Anna Walentynowicz killed in the tragic Smolensk crash, gathered to celebrate the unveiling of her statue in Wrzeszcze, Gdańsk.

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Presidential Inauguration of Andrzej DUDA and Donald Tusk's Manipulations

Andrzej Duda, President of the Republic of Poland.

Associates of Donald Tusk argue that Tusk should receive a separate invitation directly from President Elect Duda to him as President of the European Council. The Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs disagrees.

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Address by the President of the Republic of Poland Mr Andrzej Duda before the National Assembly

Andrzej Duda, President of the Republic of Poland before the National Assembly.   August, 2015.

I would like to thank the President who is no longer with us today. I wish to thank President Professor Lech Kaczyński. You may recall that in my inauguration speech during the first convention opening the election campaign, I said that my upbringing, my university studies, and my doctoral studies, they had all led me to meet him.

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Jerzy Buzek, codename “Karol”

Jerzy Buzek, Codename "Karol".

Codename “Karol” was the highest-placed secret collaborator of the Polish secret police, the communist repression apparatus, who for years operated in the leadership of the Solidarność movement.

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"Now is the time to fulfill promise regarding Europe," says Lavrov to Obama

"Now is the time to fulfill promise regarding Europe," says Lavrov to Obama.

Authorities in Moscow expect the U.S. to stop deploying elements of the anti-missile defense system in Europe. This information came from Sergey Lavrov, the Foreign Minister of Russia.

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Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung acknowledged that Kaczyński was right

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung acknowledged that Kaczyński was right.

The identity of the fourth participant during the feast at „Sowa’s,” who was recorded together with Aleksander Kwaśniewski, Ryszard Kalisz and a businessman Włodzimierz Wapiński, has been established.

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Polish Tape-Gate: Identity of another participant revealed

Donald Tusk

The identity of the fourth participant during the feast at „Sowa’s,” who was recorded together with Aleksander Kwaśniewski, Ryszard Kalisz and a businessman Włodzimierz Wapiński, has been established.

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New tapes: “The head of government [Donald Tusk] is a vindictive redhead.”

Donald Tusk

“Remember Ryszard that the head of this government is... extremely vindictive. A vindictive redhead,” that was what Aleksander Kwaśniewski told Ryszard Kalisz during their conversation in 2013, at Sowa&Przyjaciele restaurant. The transcript of this conversation has been published by Do Rzeczy weekly.

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Did Russian Intelligence Set the Lazienkowski Bridge in Warsaw Ablaze?

Did Russian Intelligence Set the Lazienkowski Bridge in Warsaw Ablaze?

The investigators for the ABC weekly claim that the Russian intelligence services actively run secret operations across Poland, including sabotage! The shocking allegations published in the latest issue of ABC weekly refer to the Warsaw’s Łazienkowski bridge fire and the Russian hackers’ attempts to break into the Polish government computer systems, including the ones most crucial to Poland’s security.

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Polish Army Veterans Association of America and Ladies Auxiliary Corps Resolution

Polish Army Veterans Association of America and Ladies Auxiliary Corps

As members of the oldest Polish veteran organization in the world, which does not favor of any particular political party in Poland, we express our concern about the situation of Poland today, both internally and externally, which threatens its independence ...

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Putin flexes his military muscles before the Moscow Victory Day Parade

Russian Armata 14 tank

Russians are rehearsing before the Moscow Victory Day Parade, scheduled for May 9th. Over 200 tanks and armored personnel carriers have passed through the downtown Moscow. “The transit route was surrounded by a crowd of spectators,” informed Polish RMF FM radio.

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"Solidarity" Trade Union Endorses Andrzej Duda for president.

Andrzej Duda endorsed by Solidarity Trade Union.

The National Commission of the Solidarity Trade Union has officially announced its support for Andrzej Duda, the PiS’s (Law and Justice opposition party) presidential candidate. Lowering the retirement age, elimination of the so-called “rubbish employment contracts” and raising the minimum wage are some of the policies specified in the “manifesto agreement” signed between the Solidarity Trade Union National President and presidential candidate Andrzej Duda.

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Two Polish movies banned in Russia

Two Polish movies banned in Russia

“Miasto 44” and “Róża” are the two Polish films on the official list of films banned in Russia. The ban on their distribution has been announced by a Russian portal, rufabula.com. Both Polish films are in the first 10 on the list of banned films, together with masterpieces such as “A Woman in Berlin”, or “Haytarma.” read more

I was a communist, says Polish president's key advisor Tomasz Nalecz.

Tomasz Nalecz, Polish president's key advisor admits to being a communist.

Professor Tomasz Nałęcz, President Bronisław Komorowki’s full time advisor, makes pretty clear what tactic is being used by the president’s campaign team in this year’s presidential election. The fight for the left-wing voters is between Komorowski and a struggling Magdalena Ogórek.

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Donbass becomes a military testing ground for Russia.

Poland buys French helicopters.

According to the information from Censor.net, Russians are testing their new artillery in Donbass area, including Pancyr-S missiles system, T-72B3 tanks and BTR-82 armoured personnel carriers.

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Is the helicopter deal with France a returned favour for French support of Donald Tusk?

Poland buys French helicopters.

Tomasz Siemoniak, Chief of the Polish Ministry of Defence has defended the Ministry’s decision whereby the Polish Army will purchase French helicopters, instead of those produced by Poland in Mielec and Świdnik.

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Russia's new diplomatic war with Poland.

Russia's Diplomatic War with Poland

- Poland does not recognize the ruling issued by the Russian arbitration court - Polish Foreign Ministry stated. Today, the Arbitration Court of St. Petersburg issued an "executive letter" evicting employees of the Polish consulate from their offices.

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Germany sales oil and gas production company to Russia

Germany sales oil and gas production company to Russia.

The German RWE AG (Rheinisch-Westfälisches Elektrizitätswerk) Group, has made it public today, that for 5.1 billion Euros, it has concluded the sale of the Dea company, active in researching and mining gas and crude oil - "The Moscow Times" daily reports.

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The European Parliament urges Russia to immediately return the Tupolev wreckage to Poland

The European Parliament urges Russia to immediately return the Tupolev wreckage to Poland

The European Parliament has adopted a resolution urging Russia to return the wreckage of the Tu-154M, which crashed on April 10, 2010 at Smolensk Airport, killing the Polish president. The provision was made at the request of the Polish Law and Justice (PiS) party members.

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Moscow wants the entire security system in Europe destabilized.

European security system

"Russia’s definite rejection of the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe proves that Russia’s aim is to destabilise the essential order in the entire Europe", says the expert, Michał Baranowski, Director at the Warsaw branch of the think tank German Marshall Fund.

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Russia Withdraws from the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE)

Russia Withdraws from the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE)

“Russia has made a decision to end its participation in the consultation group of the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE),” informed the Russian Foreign Ministry.

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Germany sales petroleum consortium to Russia.

Germany sales petroleum consortium to Russia.

The German business consortium RWE has just released a memo announcing the sale of Dea Group exploring and mining natural gas and oil reserves for 5.1 billion Euros, reports The Moscow Times.

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Indictment Issued for Attempt to Poison Anna Walentynowicz

Indictment Issued for Attempt to Poison Anna Walentynowicz

The Institute of National Remembrance (IPN) sent to the court indictment in a case concerning communist crimes and crimes against humanity, committed against Anna Walentynowicz. The documents alleged an attempt to poison the legendary opposition leader (Founding Mother of the Solidarity Movement).

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Nemtsov’s murder witness disappears

Nemtsov's murder witness disappears.

A key witness to Boris Nemtsov’s murder, Sergey B., was about to or already left his job. The key Smolensk witness, Colonel Nikolay Krasnokutsky left his employment in a similar manner several days after the crash,” comments Andrey Illarionov, the former advisor to Vladimir Putin, on his blog.

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Russia Aims Iskander missiles at Poland

Russia Aims Iskander missiles at Poland.

Today Poland is treated by Russia as an enemy and is depicted as such by the Russian propaganda as well as by actions and comments of Russian politicians. Poland is the target of Iskander missiles located in the Kaliningrad Oblast

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Germans and Russians will jointly build military equipment

Antoni Macierewicz of the Law and Justice Party delivered an important speech on peace and security in Central Europe at an American university.

The European Commission has approved the creation of a joint venture by Daimler AG, a German automotive company and Kamaz OJSC, a Russian truck manufacturer. EU portal euractiv.com is astonished by the decision, since Kamaz is also a producer of armoured vehicles, some of which form a part of equipment used in the Ukrainian crisis.

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The Russian army will not settle for Ukraine and Poland only

Antoni Macierewicz of the Law and Justice Party delivered an important speech on peace and security in Central Europe at an American university.

Antoni Macierewicz of the Law and Justice Party delivered an important speech on peace and security in Central Europe at an American university.

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Military Mobilization Could Be Necessary

Poland should order military mobilisation as soon as the Ukrainian crisis spreads beyond the Dnieper River - former Polish Minister of Defence said.

Poland should order military mobilisation as soon as the Ukrainian crisis spreads beyond the Dnieper River - former Polish Minister of Defence said.

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Call for action: Polonia reads

According to the 2015 survey by Bibioteka Narodowa, only 41 percent of the people in Poland read at least one book in 2014. As much as 19 million people did not have any book in their hands while 10 million does not have a single book at their home.

According to the 2015 survey by Bibioteka Narodowa, only 41 percent of the people in Poland read at least one book in 2014. As much as 19 million people did not have any book in their hands while 10 million does not have a single book at their home.

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Germany takes over local media market in Poland

Germany takes over local media market in Poland.

By reading Polish news articles in print and online with no critical eye, you are thinking the way that Germans want you to think. This is because 80% of Polish-language media is German-owned.

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The number of invalid votes keeps growing!

The number of invalid votes in Polish locat elections increased.

There are already more than 5 million invalid votes in the 2014 regional elections. Interestingly, this number continues to grow even though the election was held more than two months ago!

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Polish Mining Industry in Crisis

Polish Mining Industry in Crisis

The government's plan for the "healing" of the situation in the Polish mining sparked a wave of indignation in the mining community and sparked discussion in Poland on subsidies for Polish mines.

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COMMENTARY

Lucrative post in Strasbourg in return for conviction of anti-corruption chiefs?

A surprising promotion for Judge Mrozek.

Lucrative post in Strasbourg in return for conviction 
of anti-corruption chiefs?

Judge Łukasz Mrozek, who, together with Judge Wojciech Łączewski, sentenced CBA Chief Mariusz Kamiński to three years in prison and ten-year ban on holding public office, is now working in the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg..

 

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Open Letter to the President of the American Historical Association

open letter of american historical association

Dear Prof. Manning,

I refer to your letter of November 14, 2016 addressed to the President of the Republic of Poland Andrzej Duda. As it was sent in form of an open letter and became part of the public domain, I feel obliged as a representative of the Polish Media Issues group, to respond to it.

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Rzepliński wants to make sure that the Constitutional Tribunal will continue to be run his way. It is unacceptable!

Vladimir Putin: Pro-Kremlin propaganda outfit out in the open in Berlin

“I am a member of the General Assembly in agreement with the Act and the Polish Constitution, and I have been appointed the Constitutional Tribunal’s judge by Sejm. What President Rzepliński thinks about it is of a secondary importance to me. (…) My impression is that the situation inside the Constitutional Tribunal is not what is should be in a democratic state,” Prof. Mariusz Muszyński told wPolityce.pl. He has been excluded from the Tribunal’s decision-making process and disregarded as a fully legitimate judge by the Tribunal’s President Rzepliński, all because Muszyński’s appointment by Sejm took place in December.

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Pro-Kremlin propaganda outfit out in the open in Berlin

Vladimir Putin: Pro-Kremlin propaganda outfit out in the open in Berlin

Vladimir Yakunin, a close associate of Russian President Vladimir Putin, has launched a "research institute", “Civilization’s Dialogue,” in Berlin. Critics have warned that this Russian think tank will promote the Kremlin’s propaganda.

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Diverse Dimensions of Treason

The Story of my Generation and why we won’t be celebrating the June 4th.

The Third Polish Republic (“III RP”) was not born on June 4, 1989, but almost 5 years earlier, on October 30, 1984. Andrzej Witkowski, the prosecutor who investigated the death of the Blessed Father Popiełuszko, established that Solidarity members who later became key leaders of the III RP, Bronisław Geremek and Tadeusz Mazowiecki met on October 30 1984 with the communist leaders Czesław Kiszczak, Wojciech Jaruzelski and Mieczysław Rakowski.

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The Story of my Generation and why we won’t be celebrating the June 4th

The Story of my Generation and why we won’t be celebrating the June 4th.

For me, and I presume for most people of my generation, the transition from PRL to III RP (Third Polish Republic) constituted a total mess. Such bleak times caused many of us miss PRL. We had no motivation. From the paradise of youth rebellion against reality, we were suddenly transferred to the hell of existential choices.

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Communist spy Tomasz Turowski, and his role in the assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II

Communist spy Tomasz Turowski, and his role in the assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II.

Turowski managed important communist agents in Rome, and he placed one of them in the Polish House on Via Cassia. That man later became a Minister in the Polish People’s Republic. He also visited Turowski twice in Cuba, where Turowski served as an Ambassador.

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The Last Laugh of Tomasz Turowski

Communist spy Tomasz Turowski in Vatican with Pope John Paul II.

Why and for what was the communist spy Tomasz Turowski needed in the independent Poland? Were there two roles for him to play? Considering that he was known to the post-Soviet intelligence, it would be extremely naïve to think that he could have played such a role in a western state without their knowledge and acquiescence. And if the Russian FSB (Federal Security Service) and GRU knew, then they must have controlled it.

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Several Questions for Radosław "Radek" Sikorski

Several Questions for Radosław "Radek" Sikorski

Piotr Wroński, a retired intelligence officer asked Radosław Sikorski some disturbing questions. On his Facebook Wroński posted the following perplexing question to the former Minister of Foreign Affairs in the government of Donald Tusk about his beginnings in politics in the 90s.

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I am glad that KOD exists!

Journalist Dawid WIldstein: I am glad that KOD exists.

I felt happy how the KOD march looked today [...] See - in this context, the KOD becomes the best argument in favor of the new government.

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The goal of the opposition is to destabilize Poland

The goal of the opposition is to destabilize PolandAn interview with Stanislaw Piotrowicz, a member of Law and Justice party, Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Justice and Human Rights.

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About the EU resolution on the Polish Constitutional Tribunal

Polish President Duda's limousine: Virtual Death of the President.The will to engage must be on both sides of a dialogue. Yet, it is the EU itself that decides unilaterally to send to Poland Ambassador Prawda, without an agreement with the Republic of Poland, against its negative opinion expressed on behalf of Poland by Ambassador Starzyk couple of weeks earlier. The Republic of Poland considers such a decision a hostile measure, clearly unilateral and unfriendly, and a conscious political error.

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Virtual Death of the President

Polish President Duda's limousine: Virtual Death of the President.If the government does not hold the haters and belligerents accountable, the next time the virtual may turn into real...

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Orchestrated hate campaign against President Duda

Relief for the West: Germans are innocentIn the aftermath of a dangerous incident, in which a car with President of Poland Andrzej Duda landed in a ditch, some opposition leaders and media in Poland incited people to aggressive and hateful attacks on President Duda. Some people wrote that they wish President Duda was killed. Others wished him death, injury and suffering. An emotional debate ensued on the internet and in other media.

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Relief for the West: Germans are innocent

Relief for the West: Germans are innocentWhy, according to the Western views, are the Polish people born anti-Semites, responsible for the Holocaust as much as Germans? Why do the Western leaders, as well as influential American, English and French press use an expression “Polish concentration camps”?

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Reform of Polish Public Media. “Do Rzeczy”: A lifetime opportunity for Jacek Kurski

Reform of Polish Public Media. “Do Rzeczy”: A lifetime opportunity for Jacek KurskiJacek Kurski is a politician, who knows that creating good television is his lifetime opportunity. If he is successful, he will rise like the Phonics from the ashes after a tumultuous, winding, and full of pitfalls political carrier – says Krzysztof Czabański, Deputy Minister of Culture responsible for the reform of public media in conversation with “Do Rzeczy”. This would be the last opportunity for the new head of the Polish National Television (TVP) to re-create his image in the political arena.

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“You had the golden horn, you rogue!”

“You had the golden horn, you rogue!”Is history laughing at us or is this a revenge of Gen. Czeslaw Kiszczak from beyond the grave. Kiszczak, a brilliant master, faithful to the end to his regime, had directed the world spectacle and named his masterpiece as “Freedom.”

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“Kiszczak Wardrobe” became the reality!

“Kiszczak Wardrobe” became the reality!Communist security officers, including Kiszczak, boasted about their “insurance policy” i.e. secret files from communist times on key Solidarity leaders.

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Why there won’t be a debate about “Bolek”?

Why there won’t be a debate about “Bolek”? “Wałęsa can’t defend himself, because evidence confirming his collaboration with Polish secret police, the SB is too strong,” says Wyszkowski.Krzysztof Wyszkowski, a former Solidarity leader, commented on Lech Wałęsa’s withdrawal from a debate recommended by the Institute of National Remembrance (IPN) about Walesa’s past as an agent of SB (communist secret service).

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Lech Walesa - Communist Secret Police Agent and Informer Code-Name "Bolek"

Russia's Security Chief Threatens NATO.“These are really good statements, and I think I may have to accept them as my own soon, because they are really sharp,” these are the words of Lech Wałęsa on TVN 24, when “Bolek’s” denunciations were revealed. After the book by Sławomir Cenckiewicz and Piotr Gontarczyk, entitled SB a Lech Wałęsa. Przyczynek do Biografii (eng. Communist Security Services and Lech Wałęsa. Preface to Biography) was published back in 2008, all speculations about Wałęsa’s past as SB agent and informer have been confirmed by a thorough and in-depth analysis of the archival sources. Although the book provoked fierce discussions among both historians and politicians, it seemed that the subject of Wałęsa, aka “Bolek” was proven and resolved. Subsequently however, the academic community consistently avoided dealing with this issue. As it turns out, the real debate about the former president and his collaboration with SB has only begun.

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Russia's Security Council Chief Threatens NATO

Russia's Security Chief Threatens NATO.

If the North Atlantic Treaty Alliance decides to support Ankara (in a possible war with Russia), on our part the answer will be the most logical - the invasion of the Baltic States. And all the Baltic States (are) ours; completely without any losses, - said in an interview with "Rossiyskaya Gazeta" Secretary of Russia's Security Council Nikolai Patrushev. Thus, for supporting Turkey, NATO pays by losing the Baltic States, he added.

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A Repair of Poland

A Repair of Poland

In our complicated reality, perhaps there isn’t an absolute truth but there certainly is a relative truth. And the relative truth is the fact that Western Europe is morally bankrupt and it is sad. It is sad because the process that led to this bankruptcy had its origin in valuing the dignity and equality of all men, yet sadly, it has been stretched to become wrongly understood as political correctness and an attitude of “everything’s acceptable.” The other relative truth is that big money governs the world with no respect or sentiments towards people or nations. But the two of course are connected… and convenient, for the benefit of the few.

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Perilous scenario for Poland in near future?

Perilous scenario for Poland in near future?

This operation will succeed if bloodshed will take place in the right moment, and when the social division into “us” and “them” becomes a reality. It doesn’t matter which side suffers casualties first. What matters is the radicalization, frustration and the legend of the first heroes who fought for democracy. Such is to be the grand finale of prof. Z.’s phone calls and prof. R.’s ferocity. S. will help with his contacts in relevant secret services, M. will use his foreign contacts, and P. will activate his gangster bankers.

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If any country threatens stability, prosperity, and democracy of Europe today - It is Germany - not Poland

Germany threatens democracy in Europe.

“German order” today means selfishness, dreams of superpower, violating rules of cooperation with the allies, unreliability, duplicity, and lack of solidarity, especially in the policy towards Russia.

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“Tribunal usurps powers beyond its constitutional limits,” saysPresident Duda in his interview with German Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung

Coup d’etat in Poland

This interview with Polish President Andrzej Duda was published in the January 17, 2016 issue of the German Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung.

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Coup d’etat in Poland

Coup d’etat in Poland

The propaganda of an alleged coup d’état by a democratically elected PIS government revealed two truths: The first truth is that the PO-PSL coalition that lost elections de facto served as an occupation government in "a theoretical State," primarily satisfying the interests of Berlin and Brussels. The second truth is that it was the PO-PSL coalition that attempted the coup d’état on the PIS government.

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Poland must be able to defend itself

Poland must be able to defend itself

The Minister of Defense Antoni Macierewicz announced that the priority of his office is the July 2016 NATO summit in Warsaw, which will decide the question of the possibility of establishing military bases in Poland and the permanent presence of NATO troops in the country. The summit in Warsaw will decide whether Poland is a normal, equal member of NATO, whether the same rules apply to Poland that already apply to Germany, France, Belgium, the Netherlands and other countries, or whether we are treated as a second-class country.

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Thinking of my homeland

Thinking of my homeland

We are witnessing a total denial of the results of the latest parliamentary elections by the prior ruling coalition of PO (Civic Platform), PSL (Polish Peasants’ Party) and post- communists, who, having ruled for the last 8 years, cannot accept that the Poles no longer want their rule, the rule filled with numerous scandals, corruption, arrogance, and damaging actions for Poland and the Poles, our tradition, culture and economy.

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“It is incomprehensible that Polish people’s status in Germany is still regulated by Nazi Germany’s rules,” says Minister Dziedziczak

“It is incomprehensible that Polish people’s status in Germany is still regulated by Nazi Germany’s rules,” says Minister Dziedziczak

“As any state, we want to look after our interests and present our own position. Certain countries might wish for the comeback of Polish politicians who used to nod in agreement and acquiesce to their orders. However, Poland’s new government puts a stop to the era of acquiescence of Poland,” said Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs Jan Dziedziczak.

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Where are we going?

Under the FSB's Banner

Poles elected a Jew as the President, Aleksander Kwasniewski, and another as the Foreign minister, Bronislaw Geremek. Yet, the journalist Zacharia of CNN says Poland is anti-Semitic. Antoni Macierewicz, current Polish Minister of National Defense, is dedicated to strengthening the Polish Armed Forces, and for forty five years has been a declared and proven friend and ally of the United States. Again, the journalist, Fareed Zacharia of CNN says Poland is not a trustworthy ally in NATO.

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Under the FSB's Banner

Under the FSB's Banner

Classified documents, seals, signed in blanco receipts and settlements of payment accounts of a top secret operational fund were all found in several safe deposit boxes under the control of the now-ousted heads of the NATO Expert Counterintelligence Center (CEK NATO), by a commission established to control the documentation at the Center. In addition, orders recalling Col. Piotr Pytel and Col. Krzysztof Dusza from their posts were also found there. This means that both individuals were fully aware of what was going on and by refusing to obey their superiors’ orders, committed a serious offense.

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In Defense of Corruption in Poland.

In Defense of Corruption in Poland.

Some Polish media, the so-called "moral authorities on duty", and opposition politicians proclaim every day that democracy in Poland is threatened. What kind of threat do they worry about?

As you can see, we are dealing with a raging propaganda campaign on a massive scale, which is aimed at blocking any changes in Poland. Under the guise of defense of democracy, in fact the war in defense of corruption is being waged. Because what is proposed by PIS represents a great threat to powerful entrenched interests.

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Once a communist-era Urban cohort, now a defender of "free speech" in Poland.

Michnik with Urban

A popular journalist in communist-era Poland is sounding the alarm that the new PiS government is destroying public media, and a "witch-hunt" has begun in Polish Public Television, TVP. It is the irony of history that the complaining journalist himself was on the Stefan Kisielewski list of regime journalists during the communist era. Also, his name was one of the 64 names of secret collaborators (read: sniches) and officers of the communist-era Military Intelligence Services (WSI).

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Who Defends Polish Democracy with German Money?

Who Defends Polish Democracy with German Money?

A reporter attacking PiS (Polish Law and Justice Party) in a German weekly, or an institution praising Muslim immigrants to the Polish public, or the largest commercial Polish radio station, or a foundation organizing an anti-PiS rally of reading the constitution with the Constitutional Tribunal judges, or a former PO (Civic Platform) Minister of Defense. What do they all have in common? Funding from Berlin.

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The "Vampire" from Gazeta Wyborcza

Gazeta Wyborcza, Polish Newspaper.

The Gazeta Wyborcza has been and still remains the main point of reference on today’s Poland. While it remains an influential newspaper indeed, it is also a killer of free discussion in our country. It has been destroying, and still destroys, decent people. It has been promoting, and still promotes, skewed vision of history that is detrimental to Poland’s image and reputation in the world.

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A Glorious Revolution in Poland

"Stefan! Will ya stop frightening me with this PiS already?" - A Polish political cartoon.

The Glorious Revolution, also called the Revolution of 1688, refers to the peaceful overthrow of King James II of England, by a union of English Parliamentarians with the Dutch stadtholder William of Orange. This was a bloodless revolution in the United Kingdom then, and had sweeping impacts on that country and the era. So it shall be for Poland and Eastern Europe in my view.

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Goodbye Antifa! Finally, A Peaceful Celebration of the Polish Independence Day

Antifa demonstrators in Poland.

Without exception, all Polish Independence Day marches have been peaceful and dignified. I still recall the endless crowd, consisting of elderly people, teenagers, as well as children, walking through Aleje Ujazdowskie in dignified silence, carrying the white-red flags and patriotic banners back in 2012. Those people were not aware that on a parallel street, a media circus was taking place, which involved using batons, pepper sprays and water cannons.

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Lech Wałęsa transported to the Shipyard by a motorboat that belonged to the communist regime authorities? ABW has the recording.

Lech Wałęsa transported to the Shipyard by a motorboat that belonged to the communist regime authorities? ABW has the recording.

The ABW (Polish Internal Security Agency) is in possession of a recorded conversation between the officers of WSI (Polish communist Military Information Services) who talk about Lech Wałęsa being transported to the Gdańsk Shipyard on the day of the August 1980 strike.

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Sejm Chancellery crushes Newsweek attack on President Duda.

Sejm Chancellery crushes Newsweek attack on President Duda.

“I hope that the President will justify his expenses,” Małgorzata Kidawa-Błońska, Marshal of the Sejm, said after Newsweek suggested that Andrzej Duda fraudulently used public money for private business.

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Eastern-Central Europe Pivotal to International Security - 76th Anniversary of The Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact

Tusk and Applebaum caught red handed propping bias against president Andrzej Duda.

Eastern and Central European countries are deeply concerned over the recent military and political acts of aggression by Russia towards its European neighbors. The region is alarmed by the violations of territorial integrity of the sovereign states and the impudence of the information warfare conducted by Russia worldwide.

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Tusk and Applebaum caught red handed propping bias against president Andrzej Duda.

Tusk and Applebaum caught red handed propping bias against president Andrzej Duda.

Adam Bielan has been exposing the current government’s efforts in discrediting Andrzej Duda in the eyes of public opinion in Europe. Among those caught up in this campaign are Donald Tusk, President of the European Council and Anne Applebaum, the influential international journalist and a wife of Radosław Sikorski.

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The key element of control is to divert public attention from important issues - says Pawel Kukiz.

The key element of control is to divert public attention from important issues - says Pawel Kukiz.

Paweł Kukiz decided to warn the nation against techniques of a governmental manipulation. He mentions among others: talking down to people, distracting them, and appealing to their emotions rather than reason.

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Profound changes can be implemented only within the first few months - says Bronisław Wildstein

German investigative journalist, Jurgen Roth.

"Profound changes can be implemented only within the first few months of the post-election period. Later, the newly elected officials become preoccupied by the ever present and powerful bureaucracy and implementation of changes becomes more and more painful," wrote Bronisław Wildstein in his essay published by the weekly wSieci.

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What has Poland done about Jürgen Roth’s revelations?

German investigative journalist, Jurgen Roth.

It’s been a month since the first news about the book by a German journalist, Jürgen Roth, emerged. From the very beginning the Polish media attention focused on a German report, according to which, both Polish and Russian sources provided information to a BND (German intelligence agency) officer that the Smolensk crash was in fact an assassination with the use of explosives, carried out by the FSB (the Russian Federal Security Service) and allegedly ordered by a high official of the Polish government.

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Germany and Russia are not driven to empower Central Europe. They want to dominate Poland.

Germany and Russia are not driven to empower Central Europe. They want to dominate Poland.

Who could forget Putin’s 2009 speech at Westerplatte in commemorating WWII?

In it, he emphasized that Europe must remember the victims and said: “Without fully understanding what had taken place we would never be able to build a safe world.” He added that, “German-Russian relations founded on a partnership and cooperation rather than historical quarrels are the key to healthy agreements.” What can we infer from Putin’s remarks back in 2009? read more

Russia’s imperial stance will not disappear with Putin.

Vladimir Bukovsky: Russia's imperial stance will not dissapear with Putin.

utin has not made any public appearances in a week. A Russian paper called the Russkiy Monitor says that yesterday [March 11] they received an anonymous e-mail from an official of the Central Clinical Hospital of the Department of Presidential Affairs in Moscow. The e-mail’s author wrote that Putin had an ischemic stroke. Is Putin on his death bed?

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Forgotten Genocide, Poland, Russia & III World War

Forgotten Genocide, Poland, Russia, Putin and III World War.

Professor Ivanov is a Russian historian and authority on the fate of Polish minorities in the Soviet Union, and the author of the book Forgotten Genocide (Zapomniane Ludobójstwo). Prof. Ivanov was the first scholar to seriously examine the events of the Operation Polska [eng. Operation Poland], as a result of which the Soviet Union murdered about 200,000 Poles in 1937-1938.

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Open Letter from Jaroslaw Kaczynski

Open Letter from Jaroslaw Kaczynski

The upcoming 2015 presidential and parliamentary elections will be decisive in what direction we want to take Poland. The stakes are clearly high, more so than in any other previous election.

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100 Days of Embarrassment

100 Days of Embarrassment: 100 days after the regional elections in Poland.

100 days since the 2014 regional elections has come and gone. However the National Electoral Commission (NEC) still has not posted on its website the full results of the vote.

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Putin Aims at NATO

Putin aims at disintegrating NATO

Putin is not going to order his armoured division to attack the Baltic State until he is absolutely sure that NATO has disintegrated.

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Junker's Plan

A Junker's Plan.

In February 2015, the Polish government announced (1) that it was working on a project of recovery for Silesia and Małopolska following the aftermath of the ongoing restructuring of the mining industry. On April 22nd, 2015, such program is to be presented to representatives of the European Commission during the European Economic Congress in Katowice.

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2014 Elections in Poland

2014 Elections in Poland

This report focuses on the comparative analysis of the election results obtained by the Ipsos Research Center with the results announced by the NEC, with the hope that it will provide a better understanding and insights into the fraud that took place during the Regional Elections in Poland of November 16, 2014.

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Western Appeasement

Western Appeasement, Prof. Andrzej Nowak, Toronto, October 6, 2014.

Western "Appeasement" and its Eastern European Victims: From World War One to World War Three.  A lecture by Professor Andrzej Nowak at University of Toronto, St. Michael's College, October 6, 2014.

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