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Russian Foreign Ministry commented on the decision of Poland to demolish Soviet monuments

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The actions of the Polish authorities provoke further aggravation of relations between Moscow and Warsaw, reports RIA News statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia.

Russian Foreign Ministry commented on the decision of Poland to demolish Soviet monuments


The Polish Seym 2 of June overwhelmingly approved the amendments to the so-called law on decommunization of 1 on April 2016 of the year. According to the changes, monuments “glorifying communism” are to be demolished. According to local authorities, the country has established 490 such monuments.

As noted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, innovations suggest that "there should be no memorial objects in Poland that commemorate organizations that are undesirable to the current authorities, events and dates."

"It is not hidden that the main blow will be delivered to monuments and other memorable objects, established in honor of the feat of the Red Army, which liberated Poland from the Nazi yoke, and the Polish people from total extermination," the commentary says.

With particular blasphemy, the Polish authorities timed this decision to the holy and tragic day for us to begin Hitler’s aggression against the USSR. Otherwise, such actions cannot be called shameful mockery of the memory of the dead. We are convinced that many in Poland do not accept this heinous behavior. Those who continue the campaign of “war” with monuments should understand that they provoke further aggravation in Russian-Polish relations, the ministry stressed.
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  1. alekc73
    alekc73 23 June 2017 10: 04
    +16
    The memory of Poles is short, very short. Few of them Germans had, did not learn anything.
    1. Vend
      Vend 23 June 2017 10: 11
      +12
      Quote: alekc73
      The memory of Poles is short, very short. Few of them Germans had, did not learn anything.

      Oh, this is the Soviet legacy. It is seen in vain that Stalin restored Poland. After all, they were not going to do this, but Joseph Vissarionovich insisted. Now we are reaping the benefits.
      1. Maksus
        Maksus 23 June 2017 11: 43
        +3
        I’m interested in something else, when all these comrades are finally decommunized, how will they explain to themselves the 45 summer failure in their own history?
        1. krot
          krot 23 June 2017 23: 32
          -1
          It is necessary for the Poles to respond in a mirror and demolish all the Polish monuments on our land. Including a monument to the plane that crashed with us with the president of Poland! And plant a forest there!
      2. Evgeny Strygin
        Evgeny Strygin 23 June 2017 13: 42
        +1
        if the same news came from a country with a different name would it be easier for you?
      3. pvv113
        pvv113 23 June 2017 14: 49
        +3
        Or maybe they’ve liberated in vain?
        1. Yu-81
          Yu-81 23 June 2017 18: 20
          +1
          And should our people stay in these camps?
          I sometimes go nuts from local commentators ... When will you start to think with your head before writing?
          Quote: pvv113
          Or maybe they’ve liberated in vain?
    2. DEPARTMENT
      DEPARTMENT 23 June 2017 10: 12
      +11
      Quote: alekc73
      The memory of Poles is short, very short. Few of them Germans had, did not learn anything.

      They demolish their brains, not monuments .. Like our Ukrainians! Okay, we remember, there will be nothing more in your territory .. soldier
      1. Ulan
        Ulan 23 June 2017 10: 36
        +11
        They will demolish until they receive an answer and while we swallow these insults. Impunity breeds impudence and lawlessness.
        As the first answer - to prohibit the Poles from visiting the memorial in Katyn until they repeal this law.
        And let the tantrums roll up, we hear them all the time and in large quantities. And the lords are finally insolent, it's time for them to fix problems.
        The KGB was able to do this, and the current ones hope for something that the "partners" will replace anger with mercy.
        They will not succeed, it’s time for it to be convinced of this.
        These gentlemen understand and respect only power.
        Why not hire Ukrainian nationalists through dummies to make a good pogrom in Poland?
        But we are "proud", we are conscientious. And this our "pride" allows us to endure any boorish antics of European dwarfs addressed to us.
        But they are not shy and consider it normal.
        There is nothing to be ashamed of, on our part it will be just a legitimate answer.
        Not we started.
        1. just exp
          just exp 23 June 2017 11: 26
          +7
          Yes, and an answer is needed, our monuments will be demolished, demolitions of monuments to the Poles in Katyn.
          I would also triple the trash in the place of Katyn.
          1. 210ox
            210ox 23 June 2017 11: 33
            +2
            DO NOT! The Smolensk suburb is a recreation area, sanatoriums and camps. Three lakes and the Dnieper are nearby. But the Catholic part is to be demolished without a trace! There is also an Orthodox one.
            Quote: just EXPL
            Yes, and an answer is needed, our monuments will be demolished, demolitions of monuments to the Poles in Katyn.
            I would also triple the trash in the place of Katyn.
          2. kirgiz58
            kirgiz58 23 June 2017 16: 34
            +1
            Quote: just explo
            I would also triple the trash in the place of Katyn

            No need for trash. To erect a monument to the “Russian Birch” and in addition with Tseritel’s scope, so that it is higher than any statue of freedom, so that the Poles can see it without going beyond their borders. laughing
          3. VIT101
            VIT101 24 June 2017 10: 14
            +1
            Quote: just EXPL
            Yes, and an answer is needed, our monuments will be demolished, demolitions of monuments to the Poles in Katyn.
            I would also triple the trash in the place of Katyn.


            The answer is needed, but not like that. You can not be likened to their ruling elite. There are many people in Poland who do not share the views of extravagant rulers. It is necessary to publish an official statement by the leadership of the country (now, unfortunately, this is not practiced), expel the Polish ambassador from Russia, prohibit everyone who is involved in this shameful decision from entering Russia. Instead, we see some slurred comments from our Foreign Ministry.
      2. Zoldat_A
        Zoldat_A 23 June 2017 10: 49
        +11
        Quote: DEPARTMENT
        Okay, we remember more in "your" territory There will be nothing..

        NOTHING. From the word "completely" ... Finish out ...
        And the memorial to their half-drunk president, who decided to steer an airplane - under the bulldozer!!! One drunken little dog who crashed near Smolensk (not anywhere, mind you!) Will be responsible for all our heroes ... The angels turned themselves inside out through the anal hole!
      3. ImPerts
        ImPerts 23 June 2017 10: 49
        +1
        Fallout training ground?
        Cynically, but they will achieve the deployment of any riffraff in their territory ...
    3. siberalt
      siberalt 23 June 2017 11: 14
      +2
      In response, you can demolish the monument on the site of the crashed Jaruzelski with all the drunken shobla from the Polish government and resume the investigation into the criminal case of the Germans shooting Poles in Katyn. am
      1. 210ox
        210ox 23 June 2017 11: 58
        +2
        Jaruzelsky died his death .. You probably confused with Kaczynski ..
        Quote: siberalt
        In response, you can demolish the monument on the site of the crashed Jaruzelski with all the drunken shobla from the Polish government and resume the investigation into the criminal case of the Germans shooting Poles in Katyn. am
    4. lis-ik
      lis-ik 23 June 2017 11: 54
      +3
      Quote: alekc73
      The memory of Poles is short, very short. Few of them Germans had, did not learn anything.

      Yes, not only the Germans had them. and all and sundry. very initiative, for which they regularly raked from those and others. Really ambitious degenerates and political pros .... ki.
  2. DIVAN SOLDIER
    DIVAN SOLDIER 23 June 2017 10: 05
    +21
    Take down the Katyn Memorial and the Kachinsky Monument, not chew the snot.
    1. Lopatov
      Lopatov 23 June 2017 10: 09
      +11
      Demolition of monuments is not our way. It is better to build a memorial there with the names of Soviet prisoners of war destroyed in Polish concentration camps
      1. pvv113
        pvv113 23 June 2017 10: 21
        +3
        I support you. We are not vandals hi
        1. Lopatov
          Lopatov 23 June 2017 10: 41
          +8
          You just need to show not your base instincts, but your moral superiority. It would be worthwhile in Katyn to create a memorial to the demolished monuments to soldiers-liberators in Poland. Small copies of all the "dead" during the heroic and victorious war with memory there ... Let the people realize the difference.

          Poles in general are still bugs ... How many dances are around Katyn, but at the same time, the Polish cemetery in Seltsi is not at all interested in them ... There are incorrect Poles from the Polish Army. Only our military there maintain order as far as they can. Previously, students of the Kolomna artillery, now from the RVDKU
          1. ImPerts
            ImPerts 23 June 2017 10: 51
            +5
            Of course you don’t have to demolish. But the memorial and an alternative point of view on the Katyn events is necessary. And it is imperative that one could only go through this.
            1. Ulan
              Ulan 23 June 2017 10: 58
              +2
              Necessarily necessary and such events can be held a lot.
          2. pvv113
            pvv113 23 June 2017 11: 58
            +2
            Quote: Spade
            There are wrong Poles, from the Polish Army

            The Poles already feel like Europeans, hence the double standards
            1. ImPerts
              ImPerts 23 June 2017 13: 27
              +1
              Well said!!!
          3. g1v2
            g1v2 23 June 2017 12: 50
            +2
            Well, I’m vice versa - for an “eye for an eye.” Unchanging instincts or high - on the drum. To officially announce to the Poles at the level of the State Duma that as soon as the official demolition of our monuments and graves of our soldiers on Polish territory begins, the same process will immediately begin with us. And first of all, a law will be passed on the demolition of the Katyn Memorial, its asphalting and the construction of a public toilet, or a landfill, in its place. If the Poles do not need on their territory the graves of soldiers who died liberating Poland, then we do not need a hundred times more monuments to Polish prisoners on our territory.
            A completely symmetrical answer. request Poles understand only money or such simple and intelligible things. I feel sorry for the money to bribe the Poles, so I prefer to explain everything to them simply and intelligibly.
      2. Ulan
        Ulan 23 June 2017 10: 39
        +4
        I agree. It’s not necessary to demolish it, but to ban the Poles from visiting it until they repeal this vile and boorish law, we have every right.
        So let them think after that.
        The main thing is not to give slack and not back down.
        And then we will make a decision, then the "international" democratic "public will throw a tantrum and backtrack.
      3. Kondratko
        Kondratko 23 June 2017 13: 11
        +1
        "Demolishing monuments is not our way."
        It will be right to do the “transfer of the burial place”, as the Psheks received at our monuments, to immerse everything in dump cars and public educational institutions in Poland, to their homeland, so to speak.
        And yes, we are not vandals.
    2. Vend
      Vend 23 June 2017 10: 12
      +5
      Quote: DIVAN SOLDIER
      Take down the Katyn Memorial and the Kachinsky Monument, not chew the snot.

      And be like Svidomo and Poles? Such a policy is only for underdeveloped vandals. Monuments are being fought by those who cannot do anything in reality. The time will come when they will repent.
      1. pjastolov
        pjastolov 23 June 2017 10: 30
        +7
        Monuments are at war
        history is hard to rewrite, but they are stubborn in this negative
      2. Zoldat_A
        Zoldat_A 23 June 2017 11: 01
        +14
        Quote: Wend
        Monuments are being fought by those who cannot do anything in reality.

        In reality, thank God and the AKC, we can do a lot of things. Immediately there was nothing to bend in front of the psheks ... The plane fell - and fell. You never know how it falls ... The debris collected, plowed - and okay ... And we also know how to demolish monuments - how else !!! I remember ... I watched on TV ... As a crowd of half-drunk democratic bydlointelligentsia squealed with delight, throwing a cable around Dzerzhinsky's neck ... Gagarin has a more modest memorial here than some obscure half-drunk Polish Russophobe ...
        1. Vend
          Vend 23 June 2017 11: 05
          +6
          Quote: Zoldat_A
          Quote: Wend
          Monuments are being fought by those who cannot do anything in reality.

          In reality, thank God and the AKC, we can do a lot of things. Immediately there was nothing to bend in front of the psheks ... The plane fell - and fell. You never know how it falls ... The debris collected, plowed - and okay ... And we also know how to demolish monuments - how else !!! I remember ... I watched on TV ... As a crowd of half-drunk democratic bydlointelligentsia squealed with delight, throwing a cable around Dzerzhinsky's neck ... Gagarin has a more modest memorial here than some obscure half-drunk Polish Russophobe ...

          It was a deal. Although I did not participate in this vandalism, I am glad that this disease quickly disappeared in our country.
          1. Zoldat_A
            Zoldat_A 23 June 2017 11: 25
            +11
            Quote: Wend
            It was a deal. Although I did not participate in this vandalism, I am glad that this disease quickly disappeared in our country.

            Not only passed, but allowed to grow wiser. I haven’t seen it myself, I live far from Leningrad, but, judging by the TV, Mannerheim removed a memorial plaque ... So, we can still admit that sometimes monuments must also be demolished if they are placed with their backs bent to the West. ...
            Here we have, for example. There is, like throughout Russia, a monument to Lenin in the main square. How many screeches were there! To demolish - not to demolish, to remove - not to remove ... But to me, for example, on the drum. Set - let it stand. Moreover, from a purely artistic, architectural, non-political point of view, the monument is very, very good. Made masterfully, wisely, harmoniously. Like Dzerzhinsky. Was ...
    3. DEPARTMENT
      DEPARTMENT 23 June 2017 13: 17
      +4
      Quote: DIVAN SOLDIER
      Take down the Katyn Memorial and the Kachinsky Monument, not chew the snot.

      It is better to take Kiev and Warsaw! ... There is a reason for a long time already, why are we worse than Jews ..?
  3. gnol
    gnol 23 June 2017 10: 05
    +7
    Demolish Katyn to craps
    1. Topotun
      Topotun 23 June 2017 10: 20
      +6
      They correctly commented above - it is better to put a memorial to the fallen Red Army soldiers in the camps of Poland in the same place. This will hurt them much more.
      1. Ulan
        Ulan 23 June 2017 11: 01
        +3
        And a memorial to the soldiers of the Army Ludova. which, with the Red Army, shoulder to shoulder destroyed the fascist reptiles.
        Of course, cemeteries with the graves of these worthy people need to be maintained in order, but the monuments alone will not interfere. And in what places to install them in Russia it is up to us to decide. Let at least ...
        1. Topotun
          Topotun 23 June 2017 13: 22
          +2
          Totally agree!
    2. Colonel
      Colonel 23 June 2017 12: 09
      +2
      Quote: Gnol
      Demolish Katyn to craps

      And what does Katyn have to do with it? Carry, to the crap, the globe.
  4. MPK105
    MPK105 23 June 2017 10: 05
    +7
    The same as the Ukrainians, brothers Slavs, damn it ... Well, we are so unlucky with the brothers ..?
    1. pjastolov
      pjastolov 23 June 2017 10: 31
      +7
      father had a son ... laughing
    2. Kondratko
      Kondratko 23 June 2017 13: 31
      +1
      Just in this zone is the focus of the disease, from which the gonorrhea pandemic started. It would be time for them to get bicillin-5.
  5. leonardo_1971
    leonardo_1971 23 June 2017 10: 09
    +5
    Nits! Why demolish! Give us back! We honor our heroes!
  6. Skay
    Skay 23 June 2017 10: 09
    +6
    Destroy their history - prepare for its repetition.
  7. iliitchitch
    iliitchitch 23 June 2017 10: 11
    +1
    Monument, he’s not knocking in the horn compartment, he’s a monument. It is to the stinks from the hollowers the infection has crept, both two or two dog breeds. And we are all very deeply concerned and the Foreign Ministry is commenting ...
  8. Smoked
    Smoked 23 June 2017 10: 12
    +1
    The world is changing and very fast.
    Think about how much of this has been done before and what, in the end, from the real story we know.
  9. gla172
    gla172 23 June 2017 10: 15
    +6
    ... "low" little people-vile deeds ....
  10. K-50
    K-50 23 June 2017 10: 23
    +7
    If the monuments to the fallen fighters of the Red Army are demolished, then perhaps it will be time for the ambassador to recall their staff under the knee. Until you return it as it was, it is better not to communicate with such egg chimes. Close the entrance to the citizens of Poland and our not to let them go, so as not to cheat them.
    It’s time to react harder to such unfriendly steps, to say the least.
    1. Smoked
      Smoked 23 June 2017 10: 25
      +4
      They change history, reality, for themselves and we will not interfere with this in any way. If only in Europe there will be more migration of peoples and cultures with a war in which we are again drawn into.
      1. Ulan
        Ulan 23 June 2017 11: 04
        +2
        That is, to shut up and swallow spitting again? No one here offers anything illegal, what is wrong with putting a monument to the Red Army martyred in Polish concentration camps near the Katyn Memorials in the XNUMXs? Are we already banned?
    2. Zoldat_A
      Zoldat_A 23 June 2017 11: 03
      +6
      Quote: K-50
      If the monuments to the fallen fighters of the Red Army are demolished, then perhaps it will be time for the ambassador to recall their staff under the knee. Until you return it as it was, it is better not to communicate with such egg chimes. Close the entrance to the citizens of Poland and our not to let them go, so as not to cheat them.
      It’s time to react harder to such unfriendly steps, to say the least.

      As the practice of centuries shows, in a good way they do not understand. Means, it is necessary in a bad way. And EXTREMELY tough ...
    3. Herman 4223
      Herman 4223 23 June 2017 15: 58
      0
      I agree that there shouldn’t be diplomatic relations with such vandals! As soon as such a bacchanalia begins, all relations with such a state, transportation, passage of Polish goods and citizens must be completely blocked. We don’t need to demolish monuments, we are not vandals. And also drag Poland through international courts for vandalism.
  11. Tolstoevsky
    Tolstoevsky 23 June 2017 10: 33
    +2
    no problem. demolish the vile temple near Smolensk
  12. Rostislav
    Rostislav 23 June 2017 10: 38
    +1
    YOU think they don’t understand?
    The emphasis in such statements should be made on the fact that everything in this world must be paid for, and Russia will try to appreciate the zeal of zheks as worthy as possible. So that they were not offended that their trick was too cheap.
  13. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 23 June 2017 10: 38
    +3
    Over the past 20 years, all evil spirits climbed out of their holes and does what he wants. Ferment from the Baltic Poles-Ukrainians with the support of European evil spirits made a Sabbath on the bones of those who died for their freedom. The countries in which the Evil One rules do not end in good.
  14. victorrat
    victorrat 23 June 2017 10: 40
    +4
    The meanness of the former Slavs is incredible. There is no historical memory at all! They shout about Katyn, forgetting about Volyn. And what they themselves did not want to know. And we remember who first started the World War, we will conclude a Pact with Hitler and divide Czechoslovakia. We remember about the killed 100 000 Red Army soldiers, we also remember about the German march in 1945.
    1. Ulan
      Ulan 23 June 2017 11: 09
      +3
      Yesterday on TV in the evening they showed E. Klimov’s film “Go and See”, and immediately after it the film “Ordinary Fascism”.
      And it was necessary to show on all channels and at the best time to remind some forgetful. who now glorify Nazism and make heroes from Bandera, Ukrainian and Baltic police battalions, and Ukrainian and Baltic SS men.
      It's time to remove the "Ordinary Fascism -2", with all the newly discovered data. And let the Poles admire how the Craiova Army collaborated with the Nazis and where, after the war, 60 thousand Poles who served in the Wehrmacht and the SS ended up in Soviet camps.
      But no, the authorities will not do this and will not give money.
  15. driver
    driver 23 June 2017 10: 43
    +2
    Why demolish the "Smolensk temple"? Just invite the government of Poland in full force for the next visit ... And there, you see, fog, birch ...
  16. RED PARTISAN
    RED PARTISAN 23 June 2017 10: 44
    0
    I would erect a monument to Beria and Blokhin at the site of the execution of the Poles, and Blokhin would be depicted with a pistol at the back of his head.
    Composition in that spirit
    1. Ulan
      Ulan 23 June 2017 11: 12
      +3
      Alexander, this monument is just not needed, because the Poles will only be delighted. as evidence of the "atrocities" of the NKVD.
      I am also for the monument to Beria, but not in this form.
      1. RED PARTISAN
        RED PARTISAN 23 June 2017 11: 27
        0
        This will serve the Poles as a reminder that we can repeat again if they do not stop shitting. They will hate us in any case, so it’s better to be afraid to tremble.
    2. Lieutenant Teterin
      Lieutenant Teterin 23 June 2017 11: 19
      +3
      The Polish cultural elite will have such a monument as manna from heaven. They immediately start talking about Katyn’s recognition and about “Russian barbarism” (actually Soviet), but this does not change the essence in this case, because it will work like a black PR in relation to Russia. And in general, to erect a monument to the executioner is a fanaticism.
      1. RED PARTISAN
        RED PARTISAN 23 June 2017 11: 55
        +1
        Why does Russia need good relations with Poland? The Poles had a chance to start them from scratch, but they went into conflict for the sake of their American masters. That's it, the train is gone! From now on, I would prefer to see the constant persecution of Poles in all areas, including the military.
        Blokhin worthily served his people, his party, and therefore deserved to be immortalized in bronze. His boss, People's Commissar of Internal Affairs of the USSR L.P. Beria, deserves the same.
        1. Lieutenant Teterin
          Lieutenant Teterin 23 June 2017 12: 49
          +3
          Good relations with neighboring states are the guarantee of peace and successful cooperation. In the case of Russia and Poland, they are beneficial to the citizens of both countries. So I see no reason to spoil the mutual relations of the two peoples.
  17. RED PARTISAN
    RED PARTISAN 23 June 2017 10: 52
    +3
    The Soviet Union committed great stupidity, preserving Polish cities at the cost of significant losses of the Red Army. We had to actively use large-caliber artillery and incendiary bombs during this campaign, so that the landscape of Krakow and Warsaw did not differ much from Hiroshima on August 45th.
    1. Slon_on
      Slon_on 23 June 2017 11: 12
      +2
      I allow myself to disagree with you, Poland was completely under Wojciech. The root cause is Brokeback, Boriska, who betrayed the USSR and its allies. As a result, all shit has risen to power.
      1. RED PARTISAN
        RED PARTISAN 23 June 2017 11: 34
        +3
        No need to fool yourself about the Poles. They were, are and will be enemies of Russia until they are thoroughly thinned out by our troops. The same applies to all Western Slavs who converted to Catholicism. There are no more Russophobic peoples than the Western Slavs in the world.
        1. Slon_on
          Slon_on 23 June 2017 14: 49
          +2
          With respect to the Poles and others, I have no illusions, from the word no. I wanted to say that if there was a Soviet Union, they would have been sitting on the priest evenly, building socialism on the sly.
    2. Lieutenant Teterin
      Lieutenant Teterin 23 June 2017 11: 24
      +4
      Where did you get such hatred for ordinary Poles, residents of these cities? What are they guilty of? The fact that Warsaw, when approaching the city of Soviet troops, raised an uprising against the Nazis in 1944. And regarding Warsaw, your wish has already been fulfilled. In the same 1944. Look at the photos of the liberated city - the Germans did not leave stone unturned while suppressing the uprising.
      1. RED PARTISAN
        RED PARTISAN 23 June 2017 12: 01
        0
        The Poles are no better than the Germans for me. It was not for nothing that Churchill called Poland the hyena of Europe.
  18. magadan72
    magadan72 23 June 2017 11: 04
    +2
    Horseradish with them by Ukrainians Poles and other not very respected peoples! Take away from them the monuments to Soviet soldiers (you can even redeem them — we’re not impoverished) and install them along the Smolensk-Moscow road!
  19. ZVS
    ZVS 23 June 2017 11: 07
    +2
    In response, a monument to the victims of the crash near Smolensk should be demolished. And at this place to plant birches.
  20. prior
    prior 23 June 2017 11: 14
    0
    Poland is a house with women of low social orientation on the way from Russia to Europe.
  21. IvanTheTerrible
    IvanTheTerrible 23 June 2017 11: 15
    +3
    Something I did not see such a violent reaction of the Russian Foreign Ministry to the demolitions of monuments in sunny Tajikistan - it seems that in Poland demolition of monuments to Soviet soldiers from Russophobia, and in fraternal Tajikistan from the friendship of peoples, and these are two big differences - you need to understand!
  22. vladimirvn
    vladimirvn 23 June 2017 11: 30
    +4
    Trash Lyakhskaya. am My uncle is buried there. Killed 28.02.1945/XNUMX/XNUMX during the assault on Breslau.
    1. anjey
      anjey 23 June 2017 16: 22
      +1
      by the way Bresla- German Silesia, which we liberated and presented to the Poles, is now Wroclaw
      1. anjey
        anjey 24 June 2017 12: 50
        +1
        let them give it back to the Germans
  23. Eugene JSM
    Eugene JSM 23 June 2017 11: 35
    +3
    If a large half of the world behaves like vandals and hooligans, this does not mean that Russians should behave this way. Of all the current events that are taking place in the world, we can once again conclude that the Russians are a very educated and logical people who have a core inside and their own opinion !! And to demolish monuments - truly this is not our option!
  24. anjey
    anjey 23 June 2017 11: 42
    +1
    The war with monuments is a war with history, it all goes to the point of absurdity, justifying the fight against slavery in the world, you can begin to destroy the pyramids, sphinx, ancient Greek and Roman sculptures, to fight the Inquisition and medieval obscurantism, crusades - begin to destroy the monuments of those epochs, leveling the earth with medieval castles - the haven of feudal bandits, medieval religious sculptures, by the way for Poland they need to clean up the whole history, destroy all the monuments and start living from scratch from the time of Adam and Eve and no one will have an interest in this empty and pristine country and people with dirty and ungrateful souls ,,,
  25. Realtor
    Realtor 23 June 2017 11: 51
    +2
    I have mnu Internet friend - a Pole, my peer.
    Here is his letter yesterday:
    "Today, the 76th anniversary of the German attack on the Soviet Union. Cześć i Chwała of Soviet soldiers defending their homeland and the Polish.
    Pozdrawiam
    Grzegorz "
    1. anjey
      anjey 23 June 2017 16: 17
      +1
      there are bright souls
  26. Viktor77
    Viktor77 23 June 2017 12: 00
    0
    Quote: Zoldat_A
    Quote: DEPARTMENT
    Okay, we remember more in "your" territory There will be nothing..

    NOTHING. From the word "completely" ... Finish out ...
    And the memorial to their half-drunk president, who decided to steer an airplane - under the bulldozer!!! One drunken little dog who crashed near Smolensk (not anywhere, mind you!) Will be responsible for all our heroes ... The angels turned themselves inside out through the anal hole!

    And on which street is the Polish Embassy? Rename to st. Ivan Susanin, with the installation of a monument to the hero opposite the windows of this institution! PS - be sure to invite a delegation of psheks to the opening!
    1. RED PARTISAN
      RED PARTISAN 23 June 2017 12: 03
      0
      It is better to name the street in honor of Vasily Blokhin, the NKVD general.
      1. prior
        prior 23 June 2017 12: 13
        +1
        On the contrary, the monument is Birch Kaczynski.
  27. Scharnhorst
    Scharnhorst 23 June 2017 12: 07
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    Nothing! Poles in the conditions of the economic crisis decided to save on the maintenance of monuments to Soviet soldiers. In the Duma, adopt a similar law "On countering pan-polarism." In Germany, for the time being, similar laws do not arise because in Mother Russia there are many German military graves. But how to cleanse the country of everything Polish and forget about such brothers all slowly and calm down - no one is taking down anything, no one is building anything ... There must be an answer!
  28. Oznob
    Oznob 23 June 2017 12: 47
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    Is Poland, like Ukraine, experiencing a hell inferiority complex in the mass consciousness of elites? Do they regret that the Ivanes pounced on their white master and now there is no one to punish them? I do not really understand the logic of a man who hates a liberator. Here is a Pole, here a German intends to cut off his life path, here is Ivan, cutting off the executioner's life path. The Pole hates Ivan for not letting the German kill the Pole. This is some kind of insanity. I do not understand anything. wassat
  29. ltc22A
    ltc22A 23 June 2017 20: 48
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    provoke further aggravation in Russian-Polish relations

    I don’t know how in Russian-Polish relations, but I didn’t like Poles before (for oppressing the Orthodox in Ukraine, for their unfounded “ambition”) And now I will completely forget this gentry. They always sought only benefits for themselves, even their subjects were kept worse than cattle.
    am "Dog krev !!!" am
  30. Lexa-149
    Lexa-149 25 June 2017 10: 45
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    Correctly said Sarah Wagenknecht that the Poles "forgot who turned them off the stoves in the crematoria of concentration camps."