Lech Walesa advised Poland to embark on a path of recognition of the truth about the liberation of Auschwitz

Lech Walesa advised Poland to embark on a path of recognition of the truth about the liberation of Auschwitz

Poland needed to invite Russian leader V.V. Putin to events planned for the seventy-fifth anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp, Lech Walesa believes. Poland should have indicated that the concentration camp was liberated by the soldiers of the Red Army.


About this Lech Walesa told the publication Onet. Polish ex-president is convinced that historical no one can change the truth. And if the Polish government intends to create its own “historical narrative”, then such an attempt must be considered frivolous, the current authorities of Walesa have gently criticized.

Continuing the critical line, Pan Walesa noted that A. Duda therefore remains speechless at a planned Holocaust remembrance event (Jerusalem) and therefore does not go there because he did not invite Russian President Putin.

Recall that events on the anniversary of the historical liberation of the concentration camp are planned in Poland on January twenty-seventh. Earlier, on the 22nd and 23rd, the seventy-fifth anniversary of the release of Auschwitz prisoners will be celebrated in the Yad Vashem complex (Jerusalem).

The media previously wrote that the Polish leader Duda refused to participate in commemorative events because of the alleged presence of V. Putin there. There is another version of Duda’s reluctance to go to Israel. It is believed that Dude does not like that among the organizers is I. Katz, the Israeli Foreign Minister, who in the past accused the Poles of anti-Semitism.

Relations between Warsaw and Moscow escalated after the unflattering characterization that V. Putin gave to the Polish ambassador Lipsky at the end of last year. In response, Prime Minister Moravecki accused the Soviet Union ... of having allied with what was then Berlin.
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  1. tihonmarine 13 January 2020 09: 50 New
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    Poland should have indicated that the concentration camp was liberated by the soldiers of the Red Army.
    And who liberated Warsaw and Poland, having lost 600 Soviet soldiers killed. You would have at least once remembered the dead.
    1. vvvjak 13 January 2020 10: 09 New
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      Quote: tihonmarine
      Poland should have indicated that the concentration camp was liberated by the soldiers of the Red Army.
      And who liberated Warsaw and Poland, having lost 600 Soviet soldiers killed. You would have at least once remembered the dead.

      So they already answered this question once - Auschwitz was liberated by Ukrainians (1st Ukrainian Front), and here Russia. A killer argument.
      1. tihonmarine 13 January 2020 10: 11 New
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        Quote: vvvjak
        Auschwitz was liberated by Ukrainians (1st Ukrainian Front), and here Russia.

        It's amazing that they forgot themselves mentioned.
        1. bessmertniy 13 January 2020 10: 49 New
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          Well, in this case, Lech Walesa deserves a plus. He clearly marked the merit of Russia, although he was never a friend of our country.
          1. Lipchanin 13 January 2020 10: 59 New
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            Quote: bessmertniy
            Clearly outlined the merit of Russia,

            He went to school and then received a normal education. Then the story was not rigged to please another bziku
            1. Shurik70 13 January 2020 12: 43 New
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              But this statement of the ex-president falls under the Polish criminal article forbidding to tell the historical truth if it is to the benefit of Russia or to the detriment of Poland.
              1. Lipchanin 13 January 2020 12: 47 New
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                Quote: Shurik70
                But this statement of the ex-president falls under the Polish criminal article forbidding to tell the historical truth if it is to the benefit of Russia or to the detriment of Poland.

                So there is support. Apparently this Russophobia and the "zolopoliznitsa" tired of the order
                1. mig29mks 13 January 2020 14: 58 New
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                  I would like to hope so !!!
                2. Captain45 14 January 2020 01: 36 New
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                  Quote: Lipchanin
                  So there is support. Apparently this Russophobia and the "zolopoliznitsa" tired of the order

                  No, there are just normal Poles, they don’t like Russia, but they don’t deny who released them and saved them from Hitler. It so happened that I had to touch on some information: in 1946-49. the bulk of the Poles in the state security organs were from AK, they did not like Russians, but because of compulsion they worked together. At the same time, they always said - you will leave anyway, we will live our own way. Therefore, the reaction of Walesa should not be surprised, he is one of these. In principle, they were also normal, not Russophobia, their own politics, their own state. And who will like it when you on all questions how to live an instructor of the Central Committee of the CPSU (b) gives an instruction?
          2. tihonmarine 13 January 2020 11: 05 New
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            Quote: bessmertniy
            Well, in this case, Lech Walesa deserves a plus. Clearly outlined the merit of Russia,

            These people still remember the good, and know the story firsthand.
            1. Russobel 13 January 2020 12: 32 New
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              But very soon
              These people still remember the good, and know the story firsthand.
              , these people will not remain and there will only be those who do not remember the good and history!
          3. major147 13 January 2020 13: 27 New
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            Quote: bessmertniy
            Well, in this case, Lech Walesa deserves a plus. He clearly marked the merit of Russia, although he was never a friend of our country.

            He is just from a different time and understands that the current screamers are crushed by arguments with documents in their hands. Then it will be a disgrace to Poland, but Walesa does not want it.
          4. Terenin 13 January 2020 21: 23 New
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            Quote: bessmertniy
            Well, in this case, Lech Walesa deserves a plus. He clearly marked the merit of Russia, although he was never a friend of our country.

            As soon as these politicians have the prefix "former", then the brains are enlightened, and they begin to reason adequately yes
      2. orionvitt 13 January 2020 13: 46 New
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        Quote: vvvjak
        Auschwitz freed Ukrainians

        Tomorrow they will say that Auschwitz in general has freed itself, and fascist Germany itself has triumphed. Polish films about the war, where about the Soviet troops, have never been struck, not a word. There always, the Poles win the war. Indeed, with the Red Army here. winked But Lech Walesa, in old age, using his "authority as the main democrat" of the Soviet era, can tell the truth, no matter what it was for the Poles. In general, I wonder how you can speculate on this topic? There were Fascist Germany (which attacked) and the Soviet Union (which defended itself). The Soviet Union won. That's the whole topic in two lines. The remaining "players" in the form of various Romanians, Poland and Bulgaria, on the sidelines of history. They would be silent, especially since some of them, in general, officially fought on the side of Germany.
        1. tihonmarine 13 January 2020 20: 44 New
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          Quote: orionvitt
          There were Fascist Germany (which attacked) and the Soviet Union (which defended itself). The Soviet Union won. That's the whole topic in two lines.

          Two fighters entered the ring, whose hand the referee raised, he won. In this case, the USSR.
      3. major147 13 January 2020 15: 01 New
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        Quote: vvvjak
        So they once answered this question - Ukrainians liberated Auschwitz

        The Institute of National Memory of Poland called the conditions for the restoration of the UPA memorials! Checkmate!
      4. Metallurg_2 13 January 2020 21: 20 New
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        Following the logic, the personnel of the Hitlerite army groups “Southern Ukraine” and “Northern Ukraine” also consisted purely of Ukrainians.
        1. vvvjak 13 January 2020 21: 28 New
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          And the SS division "Adolf Hitler" consisted only of Hitlers. No need to look for logic - take a word, the Poles "do not lie."
      5. NordUral 14 January 2020 08: 59 New
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        And for me - Poland, like all of Europe, was liberated by the Soviet Union.
    2. Lipchanin 13 January 2020 10: 58 New
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      Quote: tihonmarine
      You would have at least once remembered the dead.

      Yes, for them there is NOTHING holy.
      How many times have they "dug up" and "dug" their president just to "prove" to bredyat that the Russian Federation blew up their side No. 1 near Smolensk
    3. max702 13 January 2020 11: 03 New
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      More than once I wrote that In our minds, after 45, we had to impose a strict tribute to all who reached out to Romanians, Hungarians, Czechoslovakians, Bulgarians, Poles, Germans, Finns, and others .. And instead, with another strain, we ourselves restored everything that was destroyed, at the same time carrying out an atomic project (similar in cost), and at the same time they were forced to support a large army so that the bourgeoisie were not tempted to finish off a devastated country .. In our country 46 there was an unreasonable hunger and this is in peacetime with an economy that millions of workers joined hands. All the screams about the oppression in the social camp under the wing of the USSR go through the woods, they did too softly with these cattle, which they paid to us in the near future, 54g, 68g, 80s. We had to rip them off like goat goats, and keep an army for these resources capable of suppressing any dissent in controlled territories, developing science, military-industrial complex, education, medicine, rebuilding everything destroyed .. BUT I repeat at the expense of all of the above .. then there would be respect and honor, and not the inglorious end of the USSR ..
      1. tihonmarine 13 January 2020 11: 08 New
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        Quote: max702
        And instead, with another strain, we ourselves restored everything that was destroyed

        I write all the time, "in vain", but people do not understand.
      2. Pedrodepackes 13 January 2020 11: 48 New
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        Quote: max702
        I have already written more than once that In our minds, after 45 we had to impose a strict tribute to everyone we reached

        Correctly, only this was possible only under one condition, not to build socialism there, to take tribute from oneself as something not comme il faut. To leave there those governments that existed at the time of liberation, having placed their military bases and collected a tribute, and liberators were still considered as Americans with the British in France, Italy and other Europe. And so, they broke so many resources there, and in response - a knife in the back.
        1. max702 13 January 2020 12: 03 New
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          So I do not mind! They have not grown to socialism! We already contained 14 republics at the ballast, and here also these .. Only the intensified robbery of everything and everything allows us to gain respect from anyone .. An example of the Anglo-Saxons and 300 years of their hegemony perfectly confirms this ..
        2. tihonmarine 13 January 2020 20: 48 New
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          Quote: Pedrodepackes
          Leave there those governments that existed at the time of liberation

          Well, why then was they free. To lose 600 of our soldiers in Poland.
          1. Pedrodepackes 13 January 2020 20: 56 New
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            Quote: tihonmarine
            Well, why then was they free.

            So our grandfathers didn’t plow half of Europe for the sake of Poland, it was necessary to finish off the Nazi reptile in its den, and the liberation of the countries along the way is “production costs”, although I agree that they were given to us at a high price. But all the more, they had nothing to break off a fraction of our ruined economy from.
            1. tihonmarine 13 January 2020 20: 58 New
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              Quote: Pedrodepackes
              and the liberation of countries along the way is "production costs", although I agree that they were given to us at a high price.

              "Human blood is not water."
              1. Pedrodepackes 13 January 2020 20: 58 New
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                Quote: tihonmarine
                "Human blood is not water."

                I agree, but how else can I get to the Reichstag?
      3. Russobel 13 January 2020 12: 36 New
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        I understand that anger overwhelms, but if our fathers and grandfathers did this, they would not be liberators, they would not be Soviet ...
        And I'm proud that they didn’t!
        1. max702 13 January 2020 13: 16 New
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          I understand that anger overwhelms, but if our fathers and grandfathers did this, they would not be liberators, they would not be Soviet ...

          And what's the use of this? Where is the Soviet state? No .. And the reason is just that .. They were too Soviet .. They didn’t appreciate .. The pigs don’t need beads .. But only for this it was paid for with blood, tears, and then our people .. So it was wrong how they acted, history further proved it ..
          1. tihonmarine 13 January 2020 20: 49 New
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            Quote: max702
            So it was wrong how they acted, further history proved it.

            Well, at least someone supported me.
        2. major147 13 January 2020 13: 34 New
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          Quote: Russobel
          I understand that anger overwhelms, but if our fathers and grandfathers did this, they would not be liberators, they would not be Soviet ...
          And I'm proud that they didn’t!

          It’s not about grandfathers, but not grateful pigs .....
      4. major147 13 January 2020 13: 33 New
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        Quote: max702
        In 46 countries, we had an unreasonable famine

        And after the liberation of Poland in the 45th year, in the month of the USSR, it supplied 20 thousand tons of grain (of each type), vegetables, etc. + put seed fund + agricultural equipment. works. I saw the original documents. And at this time, in our villages, women plowed themselves .....
      5. Captain45 14 January 2020 01: 40 New
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        Quote: max702
        It was necessary to rip them off as goat goats, and on these resources to contain an army capable of suppressing any dissent in the controlled territories, to develop science, military-industrial complex, education, medicine, and rebuilding everything that was destroyed ..

        It is a pity that you were born late, and so would you instead of Stalin ... Oooo ... That would be ...
    4. x.andvlad 13 January 2020 11: 12 New
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      Quote: tihonmarine
      You would have at least once remembered the dead.

      I am sure that among ordinary Poles there are still people who remember the victims of the Soviet Union on Polish soil. But with such a policy, there will be less and less of them during the generation change.
    5. Basil50 13 January 2020 11: 42 New
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      Please note that outright liar, and in the wake of outright lies, became * a politician * and even * a leader of a nation * today turned out to be almost decent against the background of the Polish government.
      Is it not surprising?
    6. Victor March 47 13 January 2020 12: 18 New
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      Poland was liberated by 4 tankmen (three Poles), and a dog. True, on a tank made by damned Russians.
      1. Dikson 13 January 2020 12: 24 New
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        There were no three Poles .. there was an international crew .. the driver was generally Georgians ..
        1. major147 13 January 2020 13: 37 New
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          Quote: Dikson
          mekhvod general Georgians was ..

          So the Russians did not occupy Poland ... belay
      2. Lipchanin 13 January 2020 12: 28 New
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        Quote: Victor March 47
        Poland was liberated by 4 tankmen (three Poles), and a dog. True, on a tank made by damned Russians.

        Amendment smile
        "Three Poles Gruzin and a dog" laughing
        That's what we called this movie when it was watched on Neman TVs
        Well, about the brand of TV, I myself smile
    7. major147 13 January 2020 13: 24 New
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      Quote: tihonmarine
      Poland should have indicated that the concentration camp was liberated by the soldiers of the Red Army.
      And who liberated Warsaw and Poland, having lost 600 Soviet soldiers killed. You would have at least once remembered the dead.

      As one Polish participant in a television show on Russian television said: "But we did not ask us to be released!" A curtain!
    8. Shelest2000 13 January 2020 20: 06 New
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      And who liberated Warsaw and Poland,

      The Poles believe that this was done by "four tankmen and a dog." Alone. Themselves.
  2. thanks 13 January 2020 09: 52 New
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    Quote: Military Review * News
    Poland needed to invite Russian leader V.V. Putin to events planned for the seventy-fifth anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp, Lech Walesa believes. Poland should have indicated that the concentration camp was liberated by the soldiers of the Red Army.

    Lech Walesa - former leader of Solidarity, shows his wisdom in his declining years ...
    1. Victor_B 13 January 2020 09: 54 New
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      Quote: Mersi
      shows his wisdom in his declining years ...

      I never had respect for him ...
      Well, you ...
      Everyone is so smart and right. How to resign!
      1. thanks 13 January 2020 10: 07 New
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        Dear Victor_B (Victor Petrovich)! I agree completely with you. I also did not cause and does not cause respect - Russophobe. But a fact is a fact.
        1. Ruslan67 13 January 2020 23: 44 New
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          Quote: Mersi
          Russophobe. But a fact is a fact.

          This does not cancel common sense. Even if Thatcher was still God's, but at the same time a great politician with whom you can speak on the case. And look at the current fool
      2. Dizel200 13 January 2020 10: 12 New
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        Probably he wants to leave this world soon, that’s his sins beats)
      3. 2 Level Advisor 13 January 2020 10: 19 New
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        Well, that was the position of a politician, but here a person .. confirms once again - politics is a dirty business and a person on TV is far from a fact that he says what he thinks ...
        1. Victor_B 13 January 2020 10: 22 New
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          Quote: 2 level advisor
          Well, that was the position of a politician, but here a person ..

          A politician is not a man and never becomes a man ... IMHO.
          Is Churchill a man? One of the greatest politicians of the twentieth century.
          A world-class politician can be dumb (Bush Junior) if he is simply the president of the United States.
          And it can be a brilliant political leader or head of state (for example, any African to choose from, or Poland itself), but never become a politician respected / hated by the whole world.
          One of the 100 knows the same Valensu in the states.
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            at the expense of Churchill, I would argue that I did great? I nearly pissed off the war?
      4. major147 13 January 2020 13: 38 New
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        Everyone is so smart and right. How to resign!

        So in retirement they are not required to work out master dollars ....
    2. tihonmarine 13 January 2020 10: 12 New
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      Quote: Mersi
      Lech Walesa - former leader of Solidarity, shows his wisdom in his declining years.

      In old age, we all get smarter, forgetting what we did in our youth.
  3. CAT BAIYUN 13 January 2020 09: 55 New
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    Polish ex-president is convinced that nobody can change the historical truth.

    So then it is so ... Who would argue.
    The only thing that annoys us is that we DO NOT know the whole truth on many issues .... And the interpretations of history, depending on the political situation, often radically change their attitude to the question .... the crimes of Bandera were hushed up, they were silent about the genocide of Jews in Poland, no one spoke of genocide in Estonia itself .... Well, the equalization in the unleashing of World War II Germany and the USSR became the apotheosis of this silence.
    What else could "float out"?
    1. tihonmarine 13 January 2020 10: 14 New
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      Quote: CAT BAYUN
      What else could "float out"?

      What the "inflamed brain" will come up with.
    2. Abbot 13 January 2020 11: 31 New
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      Quote: CAT BAYUN
      What else could "float out"?

      The next step is the rehabilitation of fascism / Nazism. This is their brainchild. Remember that Dmitry Bykov said: "Hitler would have gained some kind of popularity in Russia if the extermination of the Jews would not have been his main task ... Hitlerism was defeated in Russia largely thanks to Soviet internationalism." These ideas are floating within Europe, to which the Russian liberd is connected as a matrix. The destruction of Soviet citizens, Russian and generally Slavic peoples, they are no longer even considered a crime. They rested in the Holocaust. But over time, this obstacle will be removed. Already removed in the Baltic states and Ukraine.
      1. fghy 13 January 2020 11: 55 New
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        Quote: Abbot
        The next step is the rehabilitation of fascism / Nazism.

        You do not know what you are writing about.
        Nazism is a regime condemned in Nuremberg.
        Fascism (or rather even Bonapartism) is the first phase of capitalist society. ALL countries pass through this phase, the society in which passes from the feudal system to the bourgeois one. The result of the revolution, of course.
        Quote: Abbot
        Hitlerism was defeated in Russia largely thanks to Soviet internationalism. "

        Brad.
        The USSR was among the winners in WW2 only because on September 24.09.1941, XNUMX, it scuttled under the roof of the Anglo-Saxons. True, for this they demanded very great sacrifices from the USSR.
        1. Lipchanin 13 January 2020 12: 06 New
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          Quote: fghy
          Fascism (more precisely, even Bonapartism),

          Oh jerked laughing
          Fascism (Italian: fascismo, from fascio - union, bundle, bundle, association) is a generalized name for extreme right [1] political movements and ideologies that preach a dictatorial form of government [2] [3], the characteristic features of which are called militaristic nationalism (in broad understanding) [4] [5], anti-liberalism [6], xenophobia, revanchism and chauvinism, leaderism, anti-communism, contempt for elective democracy and liberalism, faith in the rule of elites and the natural social hierarchy [7], statism and, in some cases , syndicalism, racism [8] [9] [10] and the politics of genocide

          Where does "bonopartism smell" here?
          Can you still learn to think without a “tsidulka”?
          Bonapartism is a term originally used to refer to the regimes of Napoleon Bonaparte and Louis Bonaparte. Further, the term was used to describe any counter-revolutionary dictatorship of the big bourgeoisie, maneuvering between struggling classes in conditions of unstable social equilibrium

          The result of the revolution, of course.

          We see which laughing
          Ruined everything that they had and licked asses to all who could

          The USSR was among the winners in WW2 only because

          He freed almost the entire geyropu and took Berlin.
          True, for this they demanded very great sacrifices from the USSR.

          What did you smoke yesterday?
          Who demanded victims from whom?
          Well, I understand Russophobia, hatred of the USSR, but it’s necessary to rave at least not so clearly ...
          Who and how demanded a "victim" ????
        2. Abbot 13 January 2020 12: 24 New
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          Quote: fghy
          You do not know what you are writing about.
          Are you sure you know?
          Quote: fghy
          Fascism (or rather even Bonapartism) is the first phase of capitalist society. ALL countries pass through this phase, the society in which passes from the feudal system to the bourgeois one. The result of the revolution, of course.
          So, the phase of the transition from the feudal system to the bourgeois? Well, what can I say ... Deep knowledge, courage of judgments and the results of many years of reflection are noticeable. True, from the side it looks more like a clinic, I'm sorry.
          Quote: fghy
          The USSR was among the winners in WW2 only because on September 24.09.1941, XNUMX, it scuttled under the roof of the Anglo-Saxons.
          Thank you, I understand you, all the best.
    3. major147 13 January 2020 13: 40 New
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      Polish ex-president is convinced that nobody can change the historical truth.

      So then it is so ... Who would argue.
      The only thing that annoys us is that we DO NOT know the whole truth on many issues .... And the interpretations of history, depending on the political situation, often radically change their attitude to the question .... the crimes of Bandera were hushed up, they were silent about the genocide of Jews in Poland, no one spoke of genocide in Estonia itself .... Well, the equalization in the unleashing of World War II Germany and the USSR became the apotheosis of this silence.
      What else could "float out"?

      Political expediency is called.
    4. Usher 14 January 2020 12: 17 New
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      Someone does not know, someone knows or guesses. Most “ignorant” simply skipped school, they don’t know, but normal people know.
  4. rocket757 13 January 2020 09: 57 New
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    Polish ex-president is convinced that nobody can change the historical truth.

    His words would be VERY MUCH in my ears !!! Tried, are trying and will try to distort history for the sake of ... many.
    1. major147 13 January 2020 13: 52 New
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      Quote: rocket757
      Polish ex-president is convinced that nobody can change the historical truth.

      His words would be VERY MUCH in my ears !!! Tried, are trying and will try to distort history for the sake of ... many.

      Nobody canceled the “Overton Window”, and it works!
      Then I watched lunch watching a television show where the issue was discussed with ukro - "Boeing". They began to discuss the issue of Ukraine recognizing the destruction of an aircraft over the Black Sea and over the Donbass. So the American participant shouted hysterically that "it was Russia that shot down the Boeing over the Donbass," and when asked about the evidence, he yelled "everyone knows that!"
      1. rocket757 13 January 2020 14: 09 New
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        Quote: major147
        he shouted "everyone knows that already!"

        Proof of all evidence. Now you can.
        1. major147 13 January 2020 14: 19 New
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          Quote: rocket757
          Quote: major147
          he shouted "everyone knows that already!"

          Proof of all evidence. Now you can.

          This is from the series, if a person is called a pig 1000 times, then he must grunt! By their logic.
          1. rocket757 13 January 2020 14: 23 New
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            Quote: major147
            This is from the series, if a person is called a pig 1000 times, then he must grunt! By their logic.

            Now such a pace of life, such a pace of issuing information, you don’t have time to look back, but you’ve already managed to call me already!
            In this thread, look for the truth .... torment!
            1. major147 13 January 2020 14: 24 New
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              Quote: rocket757
              In this thread, look for the truth .... torment!

              good hi
  5. Kostadinov 13 January 2020 10: 26 New
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    Quote: vvvjak
    So they already answered this question once - Auschwitz was liberated by Ukrainians (1st Ukrainian Front), and here Russia.

    Yes 1 The Ukrainian front did not beat as part of the Red Army. He led a parallel war against Germany and the USSR.
    1. novel66 13 January 2020 11: 09 New
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      not parallel, but perpendicular lol
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        Quote: novel xnumx
        not parallel, but perpendicular

        Diagonal parabola laughing
        Hi hi
        1. novel66 13 January 2020 12: 24 New
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          big ones! hi asymptotically ..
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            Quote: novel xnumx
            big ones! hi asymptotically ..

            In the time portal laughing
            1. novel66 13 January 2020 12: 43 New
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              and space ..
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                Quote: novel xnumx
                and space ..

                With the opening of the teleport in ward number 6
                1. novel66 13 January 2020 12: 52 New
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                  on the territory there are active
                  1. Lipchanin 13 January 2020 12: 55 New
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                    Quote: novel xnumx
                    on the territory there are active

                    With a branch in pshekia.
                    And the orderlies there tribalt
    2. Lipchanin 13 January 2020 11: 14 New
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      Quote: Kostadinov
      He led a parallel war against Germany and the USSR.

      belay Where did he lead her? belay
      Place indicate. In which territory?
      1. notingem 13 January 2020 20: 12 New
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        Ask Psaki. She is a major specialist in history and geography.
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    Walesa, unlike the current Polish rulers, is a real person. Yes, and I’m sure that he is not enthusiastic about the current path of development and saw it somewhat differently, like most Poles.
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      Walesa, unlike the current Polish rulers, is a real person.

      And they all turn into real ones when they become with the prefix ex wink
      “The point of view depends on the seat.” (C) Lech Walesa, ex-president of Poland
    2. Abbot 13 January 2020 11: 52 New
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      And who started this path? It was Walesa who was the grave digger of the Polish People’s Republic, it was he who chose the succession not of the NDP, but of the pre-war Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, he became the successor of the government in exile in the person of Kachorovsky in 1989-90. Now he sets out wise things and uses poop, aha.
  7. Thrifty 13 January 2020 10: 39 New
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    Why, in the West only used people are telling the truth, and those in power totally lie? ??
    1. Vadim Zhivov 13 January 2020 11: 00 New
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      And who will vote for them then? All these protesters then become wiser and then 5 point ..
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    Poland missed a good moment for Putin's visit to it to resolve many bilateral issues. And it is still unknown whether such a possibility will fall out in the next 10 years.
  9. rotmistr60 13 January 2020 10: 50 New
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    Poland should have indicated that the concentration camp was liberated by the soldiers of the Red Army.
    And Warsaw, and Prague, and Vienna, etc. In his declining years, Walesa finally began to think soberly. That's just for the pompous, bloated from the "greatness" and choking Russophobia Polish establishment it will not work. Polish politicians systematically need to poke their own shit so that then for several days they think about how and what to answer to the historical truth.
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      In his declining years, Walesa finally began to think soberly.

      And he always thought soberly and Russophobia never suffered
  10. Jarserge 13 January 2020 10: 54 New
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    I did not expect from Valencia. Hopefully this is not a political “step forward with three in the future back”
  11. 7,62h54 13 January 2020 11: 09 New
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    Better let the Poles fly to Russia. We will send Superjet for the wicked ones, and we will drive over the Smolensk forest. Experience is already there.
  12. askort154 13 January 2020 11: 47 New
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    I do not believe the Poles - the first Russo-haters since Susanin.
    They are painfully proud, not objective and vindictive. Walesa's "Insight" is another internal political showdown with Duda.
  13. Chief Engineer 13 January 2020 11: 57 New
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    I would like to know how the Israeli comrades reacted to Putin’s speech about Polish after.
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      Quote: Chief Engineer
      I would like to know how the Israeli comrades reacted to Putin’s speech about Polish after.

      All right.
      GDP will appear there, but they didn’t give a word to the “offended”
      Therefore, a "gesture" made, refused to travel
  14. Victor March 47 13 January 2020 12: 19 New
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    Quote: Mersi
    Quote: Military Review * News
    Poland needed to invite Russian leader V.V. Putin to events planned for the seventy-fifth anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp, Lech Walesa believes. Poland should have indicated that the concentration camp was liberated by the soldiers of the Red Army.

    Lech Walesa - former leader of Solidarity, shows his wisdom in his declining years ...

    FORMER politicians are free to judge. Actors are chained to the chains of political coercion. They would have revered the fact that this electrician was grinding as the President of Poland.
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    laughing With the prefix EX-opens the chakra and the third eye wassat
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      something according to Dmitry Anatolich is not very noticeable ...
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    The truth is said that conscience begins to torment people in old age, that even inveterate villains begin to do good deeds ...
  17. Aliken 13 January 2020 13: 05 New
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    Putin needs to make such a speech so that every word is a nail in the coffin of Polish treachery.
  18. Gennady Fomkin 13 January 2020 13: 12 New
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    Instead of a conflict with Europe, Russia should conflict with China, said Prime Minister of Poland Mateusz Moravecki on January 11 in an interview with Die Welt.

    The behavior of Russia, in which it cooperates with China, was called by the Polish Prime Minister a "strategic mistake."

    “Russia makes a strategic mistake, considering Europe an enemy. China has long been a real threat to Moscow. Together with European countries, Russia can oppose Beijing. However, Putin refuses to cooperate with us, ”Moravecki said. About how laughing
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    By “changing” history, Poland tells us that after the disappearance of the USSR, in the future there will be a destruction of the state - the successor of the USSR.
  20. NF68 13 January 2020 14: 42 New
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    It even dawned on Loch that the Poles screwed up a lot of fun.
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      It even dawned on Loch that the Poles screwed up a lot of fun.

      Isn’t this all Putin gave them? There are such archives there, mom do not grieve for the Poles. Here we all wait, that they will come to their senses and quiet down
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    Gorbachev-Judah thought that he was giving power to such Valens, and he gave it to the Dudas. And Turchinov.
  22. Vitalian 13 January 2020 17: 02 New
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    In vain the Poles took a frenzied position of Russophobia .. We have endured for a long time in Russia, but I look in the media and the archives about the Poles went, what happened in the Second World War and after .. Jewish pogroms, sabotage, etc. A lot of interesting things there ..
    No matter how much they don’t lose territory donated to them by the USSR
  23. Victor March 47 13 January 2020 22: 00 New
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    There were no three Poles .. there was an international crew .. the driver was generally Georgians ..

    I remember about the Georgian. Remind me who was in addition to the Poles.
  24. Victor March 47 13 January 2020 22: 04 New
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    Quote: Gennady Fomkin
    Instead of a conflict with Europe, Russia should conflict with China, said Prime Minister of Poland Mateusz Moravecki on January 11 in an interview with Die Welt.

    The behavior of Russia, in which it cooperates with China, was called by the Polish Prime Minister a "strategic mistake."

    “Russia makes a strategic mistake, considering Europe an enemy. China has long been a real threat to Moscow. Together with European countries, Russia can oppose Beijing. However, Putin refuses to cooperate with us, ”Moravecki said. About how laughing

    INCREDIBLY RELIABLE ALLIES IN THE WAR WITH CHINA. I wonder how they are going to reach a common enemy? Through the territory of Russia, or do they have any other ways and allies willing to let these flying white-winged hussars through their fields and cities?
  25. Victor March 47 13 January 2020 22: 09 New
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    Quote: Gennady Fomkin
    Instead of a conflict with Europe, Russia should conflict with China, said Prime Minister of Poland Mateusz Moravecki on January 11 in an interview with Die Welt.

    The behavior of Russia, in which it cooperates with China, was called by the Polish Prime Minister a "strategic mistake."

    “Russia makes a strategic mistake, considering Europe an enemy. China has long been a real threat to Moscow. Together with European countries, Russia can oppose Beijing. However, Putin refuses to cooperate with us, ”Moravecki said. About how laughing

    And who cooperates with gas pipelines? Are not the main ones in this alliance between Russia and Germany? And not only now, but also in past times.
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    Zayibali their lohokostom.
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      And did you like it or so? )))
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    Lech Walesa, from the consciousness of the security of his country, warns his elite that the distortion of History is fraught with physical non-existence for Poland ...