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MEP from Poland called on Warsaw to recognize the entry of Crimea into Russia

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The leader of the Polish New Right Party, MEP Janusz Korvin-Mikke called on the authorities in Warsaw to officially recognize the entry of Crimea into the Russian Federation, reports RIA News.



"Petro Poroshenko actually agreed with the loss of Donbass and signed a cease-fire agreement"- he wrote in his official blog.

The deputy stressed that he "simply does not have enough words to condemn Polish policy towards Ukraine."

“At first, on a signal from Brussels and Washington, Poland destabilized the regime of Viktor Yanukovich, with whom all Polish politicians have recently kissed. Poland helped organize the massacre on Independence. Podzuzhivala Kiev against Moscow ", - writes Korvin-Mikke.

“What should Poland do? Must immediately recognize the accession of the Crimea. It was an autonomous republic (like Kosovo, for example), its legal authorities decided to secede from Ukraine, and the Democrats could state the enormous support of the population and virtually zero resistance from the troops of the Ukrainian occupier. ”- explained the parliamentarian.

According to the agency, "in Poland in the last elections to the European Parliament, the New Right Janusz Korwin-Mikke party won 7,15% of the vote and became the fourth party on the Polish political scene."

In addition, rallies and demonstrations organized by the “Great Poland Camp” movement took place in a number of Polish cities. In the capital, the protesters demanded that the authorities recognize the independence of the DPR and LPR, stop blaming Russia for the Ukrainian crisis and stop the supporters of Bandera.

The leader of the “Great Poland Camp” Jacek Menzhytsky declared at the rally in defense of Novorossia:
“We cannot afford to let the Polish government drag us into the dirty affairs of the West, in particular the United States. They get us into some kind of scam. It all goes in a bad direction. Russia, of course, applied sanctions against Poland. We do not need far-fetched conflicts, because Russia in fact does not threaten us. They did nothing bad to us, we did not create any economic problems. ”
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  1. Alexander Romanov
    Alexander Romanov 8 September 2014 12: 00
    +38
    And the uncle didn’t, looked at the Internet, and there 70% of the comments are pro-Russian. He keeps his nose in the air.
    1. Giant thought
      Giant thought 8 September 2014 12: 06
      +28
      Correctly said MP Janusz Corvin-Mikke, well done.
      1. MSA
        MSA 8 September 2014 12: 09
        +25
        There are still people in Poland who are capable of sensibly assessing the situation and seeing a real enemy.
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        2. predator.3
          predator.3 8 September 2014 12: 21
          +38
          MEP from Poland urged Warsaw to recognize Crimea joining Russia]

          That's right, and for this we will give Poland the Lviv region! repeat
          1. SerAll
            SerAll 8 September 2014 13: 57
            +3
            But figs to you ... You shed blood for her? read and take it ... yeah now, I’ll run ... NeW SSSR should be in new borders, but bigger than before!
            1. Sergey Vl.
              Sergey Vl. 9 September 2014 13: 16
              0
              But what about Nikita Sergeevich and his gift - Crimea ?!
            2. Smoke
              Smoke 10 September 2014 17: 51
              +3
              Sometimes, to cure the patient, something is cut off. And to foster hemorrhoids in the form of western Ukraine, no, thank you. Give a hemorrhoid to a neighbor!
          2. Cristall
            Cristall 8 September 2014 19: 36
            +1
            Quote: predator.3
            for this we will give Poland the Lviv region!

            Who you are? We personally do not. And we mean Ukrainians (I’m sure that even Lviv residents do not want to go to Poland no matter how much they love Europe)

            Yaya Kemska volost ..
            Why are you squandering? So no volosts are not enough.
          3. Lelek
            Lelek 8 September 2014 23: 55
            +1
            Quote: predator.3
            and for this we will give Poland the Lviv region


            Donor, be careful with the words. Think before blah blah blah.
          4. Zverboy
            Zverboy 9 September 2014 11: 19
            +3
            And we will not give, not in vain my ancestors fought with them for centuries ...
          5. 341712
            341712 10 September 2014 09: 55
            0
            Quote: predator.3
            MEP from Poland urged Warsaw to recognize Crimea joining Russia]
            That's right, and for this we will give Poland the Lviv region!

            DANUNA .. And why is this a fright? Conquered - do not give ....
        3. Naum
          Naum 8 September 2014 12: 56
          +4
          Someone smart said that you can endlessly deceive a few, for a while - the majority, but you cannot deceive everyone all the time! Cases based on lies are not successful. "What is the strength in, brother?.."
          1. Sergey Vl.
            Sergey Vl. 9 September 2014 13: 23
            0
            This is a statement by the President of the United States A. Lincoln. The current "prezik" has other depths of thinking.
        4. flSergius
          flSergius 8 September 2014 13: 54
          +2
          There are still people in Poland who are capable of sensibly assessing the situation and seeing a real enemy.


          There would be even more if Poland got off the Amer’s economic needle. As soon as they themselves began to be responsible for their economy to the voters, the demonization of Russia in the media would cease immediately and new mutual business interests would be discovered. No matter how much we fought in the past, you won’t pay state employees with sweet dreams about Pshechi Pshepolitaya from the Arctic to the Antarctic and you cannot pave the way.
        5. FC SKIF
          FC SKIF 8 September 2014 15: 20
          +1
          If the Poles see clearly, then the ice has definitely broken. From someone, but did not expect from them.
        6. 341712
          341712 10 September 2014 09: 53
          0
          Quote: MSA
          MSA 8 September 2014 12: 09 ↑
          There are still people in Poland who are capable of sensibly assessing the situation and seeing a real enemy.

          Of course there are sound ones in terms of assessing the situation. Just Donald on Banana’s salary. Like BE ... ((
      2. VICTOR-61
        VICTOR-61 8 September 2014 12: 15
        +3
        Yes, we need such patriots as YANUSH, he sees who the fascist is, he probably is a former communist and there are sensible people in Poland, they know how we fought against the fascists - from the film 4 tank crews and a dog the film from my childhood when we first got color TV in our village watched
        1. Rusi dolaze
          Rusi dolaze 8 September 2014 12: 48
          +4
          Quote: VICTOR-61
          from the film 4 tankmen and a dog the film of my childhood when we first got color TV in our village I watched it without interruption

          Hello! I am 75 years old and this is a film of my childhood too! Just do not understand about color TV ???? He was black and white all his life !!! Or have it already been painted ??
          1. badger1974
            badger1974 10 September 2014 11: 22
            0
            there was a color TV, my Kent had a color photon, only the film was black and white, but the streets were empty then, I remember, and then we called this film four Georgians and a Polish dog
      3. Finches
        Finches 8 September 2014 13: 23
        0
        Well done then well done, but as soon as they get to power, the rhetoric is reversed for some reason ...?
        So, he’ll become very good if he comes to power and proves in practice what he’s talking about now!
      4. dkflbvbh
        dkflbvbh 9 September 2014 15: 16
        0
        And no one thought about the question that only right-wing parties support Russia in the West ... Why would this be? ..
    2. domokl
      domokl 8 September 2014 12: 08
      +5
      Hi, Sasha ... But why the hell did this Internet? The economy bursts, NATO sent ... somewhere with defense .. In short, chews))))) So we got into a conversation .. Type, and here we were against)))
      1. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 8 September 2014 12: 11
        +19
        Quote: domokl
        . And why the hell this Internet?

        Hi Sanya! Yes, I went to a Polish site and I was surprised myself, most of the comments are for Russia. Ukraine thinks so much of dirt under the nail. Well, a lot of talk about the economy is a must. And a lot of damnations to the United States and Merkel request
        He needs to unleash his patria and win the election, so he is trying to fit the majority opinion.
        1. domokl
          domokl 8 September 2014 12: 21
          +4
          Quote: Alexander Romanov
          I went to Polish sayit

          It’s not regrettable to admit it, I’m terribly far from the people)))) So far, as a kitten I am poking around in European affairs ... There are so many things around that my eyes run wide and my hands do not have time to hit the clave.
          The Poles, as a buffer state, felt the first and decently enough, the results of the counter-sanctions of the Russian Federation. And this was inflamed with love for us ... Nothing new ... As they have been and will continue for a thousand years, in the beginning they consider us barbarians, then try to educate us, then they drive their politics before the war ... And then they save the world with Russian blood ...
          Now, in my opinion, the pre-war period (((
          1. Alexander Romanov
            Alexander Romanov 8 September 2014 12: 37
            +1
            Quote: domokl
            Now, in my opinion, the pre-war period (((

            I told you about, and you answered that you’ve already been at war. You see how it turns out. Plans are one, and life is different.
          2. kuzia rocker
            kuzia rocker 8 September 2014 12: 45
            +1
            Quote: domokl
            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            I went to Polish sayit

            It’s not regrettable to admit it, I’m terribly far from the people)))) So far, as a kitten I am poking around in European affairs ... There are so many things around that my eyes run wide and my hands do not have time to hit the clave.
            The Poles, as a buffer state, felt the first and decently enough, the results of the counter-sanctions of the Russian Federation. And this was inflamed with love for us ... Nothing new ... As they have been and will continue for a thousand years, in the beginning they consider us barbarians, then try to educate us, then they drive their politics before the war ... And then they save the world with Russian blood ...
            Now, in my opinion, the pre-war period (((

            I agree Poland from the time of the false Dmitry Russia does not digest and love and respect wake up from Poland only when they are pressed by war and there is no place to wait for help anymore. Poles are also a very greedy nation and are ready to lick for an extra penny, and they love Russia because of retaliatory sanctions make leash would not lose loot)
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            2. Lelek
              Lelek 9 September 2014 00: 06
              +2
              Quote: kuzia-roker
              The Poles are a very greedy nation and are ready to lick for the extra penny


              Yes, I saw enough of this in Stargard Shchetsynsky back in 1970. A nation of "buy and sell", and it does not matter. what to buy and who to sell. But the fact that fermentations in defense of Russia's positions are appearing in them is a good sign. yes
          3. Rusi dolaze
            Rusi dolaze 8 September 2014 13: 37
            0
            Quote: domokl
            burned with love for us ...

            They have been burning with such "love" at least since 1612 :))))
      2. P-38
        P-38 8 September 2014 13: 06
        +1
        Quote: domokl
        The economy is bursting, NATO has sent ... somewhere with defense

        Russophobia has been pumped in Europe for many years; everywhere, starting with history books, contempt and hatred of Russia are propagated. But in the last time, the opposite tendencies began to appear - people fed up with Russophobia, and the reverse movement began. As it was in the USA in the late 70s and early 80s - anti-Soviet propaganda reached the population so much that the Americans themselves reached us. The same thing is starting now
    3. insafufa
      insafufa 8 September 2014 12: 13
      +3
      Here in Poland the other day there was a rally against confrontation with Russia in support of dombas
      1. Antropos
        Antropos 9 September 2014 12: 42
        +1
        Donbass - Donetsk basin. Carbonic.
    4. Siberian
      Siberian 8 September 2014 12: 14
      +2
      but tanks are stocked up anyway ...
      1. Grabberxnumx
        Grabberxnumx 8 September 2014 12: 33
        +1
        Is the tank too tall? Yes, and the base is narrow or does the video distort it?
        1. badger1974
          badger1974 10 September 2014 11: 27
          0
          these are leopards 2 A5, "blotters" are popularly called, armor is like in a batra -80 with a weight of 65 tons, they take part in the Turks in parades, the Ukropsky scimitar with the connivance of prezik yukhi screwed up the contract,
      2. zone72
        zone72 8 September 2014 12: 49
        0
        they still have Soviet equipment in the parade
      3. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 8 September 2014 13: 16
        0
        Quote: SIBERIAN
        but tanks are stocked up anyway ...

        Tanchiki second-hand laughing
        1. Mayer1980
          Mayer1980 8 September 2014 13: 50
          0
          well, they’ve got junk from the Germans and they’re happy laughing moreover, F16 among amers, half costs and does not fly since the Americans pushed them to the scrap !! laughing
          on Polish forums you can read a lot of interesting things .. they are not very happy that the government will take
      4. 341712
        341712 10 September 2014 10: 04
        0
        Even the army is kind of plywood ... I understand! Kvadriki in order to quickly and skillfully eat gardens .. to take)))))
    5. mmk
      mmk 8 September 2014 12: 19
      +7
      It’s not in the comments, but in common sense. A person understands and respects the opinions of people, and on the other hand he is PR as a democrat and a fighter for the rights of people. He can be respected only because he has an excellent point of view, unlike Polish puppets of the West.
    6. andj61
      andj61 8 September 2014 12: 32
      +3
      We have nothing to share with Poland. A long time ago, Russia, together with Germany and Austria-Hungary, took part in the partition of Poland - but then the Polish kingdom simply could not exist any longer because of the ambition of the Polish gentry - the neighbors were tired of it, they divided Poland. The Germans assimilated the Poles. , Austrians deprived of all rights, and the Poles began to hate Russia. In the 20th century, there were two conflicts, first, Poland attacked Soviet Russia, but due to the miscalculations of Tukhachevsky and the "miracle on the Vistula," Poland retained its territory, gaining Western Ukraine and Western Belarus. After the start of the war with Germany and after the departure of the Polish government to London, the USSR occupied Western Ukraine and Belarus and included them in its territory. In return, after the end of the Second World War, Poland was transferred to much larger territories - Silesia, Pomerania, 4/2 of East Prussia, Danzig (Gdansk), liberated from the German population. The Polish territory is now much larger than that which Polish patriots of the 3s counted on in their wildest dreams. But for many, anti-Russian rhetoric has already become familiar.
      True, there are smart, sane people who understand that Poland is very profitable - economically - to have good relations with Russia. It is the Russian market that is able to easily digest ALL Polish traditional products, and in the Soviet post-war times it was.
      Naturally, many Poles understand that traditional hatred of Russians is irrational and simply economically unprofitable. Note that these are, first of all, conservatives, adherents of traditional values, who were simply annoyed by European tolerants and liberals. After all, the Poles are Catholics, and they are absolutely not satisfied with such European "values". They are much closer to the values ​​promoted by Putin.
      1. g1v2
        g1v2 8 September 2014 12: 57
        +4
        Values, but we will never be friends with Poles. We are for them the eternal enemy number 1, which is to blame for the fact that the speech of the Commonwealth, which occupied the territories of Ukraine, Lithuania and Belarus, left a third-rate country with sovereign ambitions, which was also divided as a cake by Russia and Germany. All other grievances - Katyn, the Warsaw Uprising, etc. simply lie on top of this foundation. Of course, given the situation in Poland, they are ready to sing Russian folk songs for the sake of a lucrative contract, but we are being blown up to ourselves. The very thing that infuriates them is that we do not give a damn about them, because our country has been playing in a different league for a long time and we have other ambitions and enemies. Well, the Germans are enemy number 2 for Poland, and when the Poles get tired of spoiling us, they switch to the Germans.
        1. Kasym
          Kasym 8 September 2014 18: 28
          +3
          I do not agree, g1v2. Pro-Western politicians have been sitting in armchairs there for a long time. Since the collapse of the social. camps. The brains of the population have been washed since then. Andg61 is right about gifts to Poland after the Second World War, so this is Western policy aimed at breaking off relations between the Slavs. hi
    7. siberalt
      siberalt 8 September 2014 13: 10
      0
      It seems that the uncle of Polish apples has overeaten laughing They have a large supply of this good there. You can take a patent on it, as a remedy for clouding the mind.
  2. FunkschNNX
    FunkschNNX 8 September 2014 12: 03
    +7
    The country is large, people are different, but politicians are mostly prostitutes.
  3. pinecone
    pinecone 8 September 2014 12: 03
    +3
    It is gratifying to hear that in Poland sensible politicians who are not infected with the poison of liberalism have not yet been translated.
    1. Luga
      Luga 8 September 2014 12: 33
      +4
      Pshek he is pshek. "Puffy lyakh is worse ..." who is there? Wed this MEP both to Ukraine and to us, and to Poland too. Simply from the point of view of winning votes and gaining support from part of the electorate, it seemed to him advantageous to speak like this. Their internal political showdown will in no way affect their foreign policy. Had this pshek MEP now, the presidential chair would have already started to gun about the need to "stop the aggressor", the need to "deploy missile defense systems" and "NATO military contingents" and the demolition of monuments to "Soviet occupiers" ...
      I do not understand the reasons for the delight of the forum users. This is POI-LIK. Yes, and Polish. That is another confusion in the service of the State Department.
      1. P-38
        P-38 8 September 2014 13: 12
        +5
        Quote: Luga
        from the point of view of winning votes and receiving support from part of the electorate, it seemed to him profitable to speak like that

        Of course, but this is the majority of politicians. They saw that they had imposed sanctions - and decided to win the electorate.
        Quote: Luga
        Pshek he pshhek is

        But with this I do not agree. In Poland, the same division of opinions as in many other countries. Why insult all the Poles by wallowing them all together? Do not you think that by this we begin to resemble rabid Russophobes? Nationalism has never brought and will not bring dividends to Russia
        1. Luga
          Luga 8 September 2014 17: 20
          +3
          Quote: P-38
          But with this I do not agree. In Poland, the same division of opinions as in many other countries. Why insult all the Poles by wallowing them all together? Do not you think that by this we begin to resemble rabid Russophobes? Nationalism has never brought and will not bring dividends to Russia


          One could argue about the national characteristics of the Poles, how they differ from the Russians, Germans, and whoever else. One could discuss their role in the history of Russia in particular and in world history in general. But it seems to me superfluous in this case. I will confine myself to my own conclusions: having had a historic opportunity to be and remain a great power that determines the political climate in Europe, they missed this opportunity, thanks to their national characteristics. And now they had no choice but to recall their former greatness and blame anyone who lost it, except themselves, and for the most part us Russians. Probably because they were beaten and strangled less than others.

          Personally, I had to communicate with the Poles and I noted one thing in common (except the one that divides the ass in half), namely the ability to spread and bend under anyone on any conditions to achieve mercantile goals. Against the background of the Polish ambition cultivated in them, based solely on their own self-conceit, this habit of lying down under the strong generates such fierce hatred towards this strong that a feeling of gratitude is not peculiar to them completely. Moreover, both at the state level and at the level of personal relationships. He who shows generosity and disinterestedness for them is a fool, he who shows generosity is a mortal enemy. The reasons for such a feature of them lie in their history, but in my eyes this is not an excuse, because each nation builds its own history.

          Therefore, for me, psheki is psheki. And the right to be called somehow differently, every citizen of Poland or a person of Polish nationality must personally prove to me. By their actions.

          As for nationalism, one can argue on this subject too. Only rabid, destructive nationalism is harmful. One that calls for destruction. Nationalism as a desire to preserve its roots, national identity, language, history, customs - it is not only not harmful, it is vital in the era of tolerance, liberalism and globalization. Without this, we will become a McDonald's nation and we will drag ourselves away from the Wurst Conchita.
  4. NVVPOU
    NVVPOU 8 September 2014 12: 03
    +3
    Well, there are bright heads, huh! If only the others had clean ears to hear.
  5. aszzz888
    aszzz888 8 September 2014 12: 03
    +7
    Very rarely do you hear the positive from the Poles. Nevertheless, it deserves attention.
  6. domokl
    domokl 8 September 2014 12: 05
    +3
    Polish politicians, like the Baltic ones, have cornered the foreign policy of their states ... at the moment, even the Americans look less radical towards Russia. It is clear that in these conditions it is necessary for someone to express the right thoughts ... The prestige of the state must be save...
    But I think that the Polish government will not accept such a radical decision without the permission of the Americans. They will try to slowly start talking about their radicalism ...
  7. Mama_Cholli
    Mama_Cholli 8 September 2014 12: 05
    +3
    Apparently the bulk apples are decaying, so the agricultural lobby decided to hit the bell ...

    write: the rest are silent, apparently chewing apples ...
    1. father nikon
      father nikon 8 September 2014 12: 13
      +2
      Most likely the apple diet is affecting!
  8. kot28.ru
    kot28.ru 8 September 2014 12: 06
    +3
    Are there people in Europe with normal, not brainwashed Russophobic teachings? belay I am pleasantly surprised that this is a Polish politician! good Not all of them have already been bought by amers, I guess! hi
    1. LvKiller
      LvKiller 8 September 2014 12: 27
      +1
      Alas, Russophobia is not a teaching, it is a banal mental illness.
  9. raliv
    raliv 8 September 2014 12: 06
    +1
    There is safety in numbers.
  10. enot73
    enot73 8 September 2014 12: 06
    +7
    “At first, on a signal from Brussels and Washington, Poland destabilized Viktor Yanukovych’s regime, which all Polish politicians had recently kissed. Poland helped organize the massacre on the Maidan.
    Poland is the same potential victim of mattress covers as Ukraine. And smart people begin to understand this.
    1. jjj
      jjj 8 September 2014 12: 36
      +3
      Quote: enot73
      Poland is the same potential victim of mattress covers as Ukraine. And smart people begin to understand this.

      They realized that the Ukrainian scenario could well be implemented in Poland. By the way, the Balts understood this. As I think, that's why they are asking for the introduction of NATO troops, so as to be safe from the unleashing of riots
      1. Serg 122
        Serg 122 8 September 2014 13: 56
        +1
        Quote: jjj
        As I think, that's why they are asking for the introduction of NATO troops, so as to be safe from the unleashing of riots

        It is true that if Yanukovych had given Crimea for NATO bases (or rather had time to give it up), had integrated into the EU, and so on, there would have been no "Maidans" at all! He began to bend some kind of his own line, to "stir up" something, and so he got it ... And the Pole, maybe an intelligent person, only now he "shouted" on the wave of counter-sanctions from Russia. You couldn't hear it before ... recourse
  11. sever.56
    sever.56 8 September 2014 12: 06
    +2
    There are also sane politicians in the West who can objectively assess the true state of things in Ukraine.
  12. Lukich
    Lukich 8 September 2014 12: 07
    +13
    “We cannot afford to let the Polish government drag us into the dirty affairs of the West, in particular the United States. They get us into some kind of scam. It all goes in a bad direction. Russia, of course, applied sanctions against Poland. We do not need far-fetched conflicts, because Russia in fact does not threaten us. They did nothing bad to us, we did not create any economic problems. ”
    after that the poles in my eyes climbed a few steps
  13. HAM
    HAM 8 September 2014 12: 08
    +4
    What is it? A real position, or conjuncture? I don’t believe something so that psheks are sincere, oh, I can’t believe it!
  14. Starmos
    Starmos 8 September 2014 12: 10
    +4
    Pro-Russian politicians of the European Union countries ... Maybe they are found in nature, but, unfortunately, there are only a few of them. The bulk of them are opportunists, experienced and not very ... "The noble pan-Russophile" is generally an event ...
  15. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 8 September 2014 12: 10
    +2
    “At first, on a signal from Brussels and Washington, Poland destabilized Viktor Yanukovych’s regime, which all Polish politicians had recently kissed. Poland helped organize the massacre on the Maidan. Kiev was condemned against Moscow, ”writes Corvin-Mikke.
    So they recognize their guilt for the Maidan and the overthrow of Yanukovych. From the very beginning, I assumed that it could not have done without Poles.
  16. bober2708
    bober2708 8 September 2014 12: 12
    +2
    Here they are our sanctions.
  17. Balbes_I
    Balbes_I 8 September 2014 12: 15
    +1
    Long time ago from Poland there were no sound offers. It seems to me cunningly wise Poles have already begun to try on Lviv and the surrounding area to the Great Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.
  18. RUSOIVAN
    RUSOIVAN 8 September 2014 12: 15
    +6
    that's what life-giving apples do !!!
  19. Berrick
    Berrick 8 September 2014 12: 16
    +2
    Oh how unexpected!
    Looks and in Poland there are thinking people.
    Or is it so the loss of the GOLDEN began to act? After all, the Poles have essentially one God - GOLD !!
  20. Carlos
    Carlos 8 September 2014 12: 20
    +3
    Maybe they just started to give out salaries to them with apples?
    1. LvKiller
      LvKiller 8 September 2014 12: 26
      +1
      Everything is simpler - they wanted "Kemsk volost" (Lvov).
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  22. Vend
    Vend 8 September 2014 12: 21
    0
    The true spirit of the Poles has not died yet. Adequacy is the place to be. There is a tiny hope that Russophobia will come to naught over time. What should we share with the Slavs? You need to trade.
    1. LvKiller
      LvKiller 8 September 2014 12: 25
      +4
      That's just Russophobia among the Poles is so bearded that there is little hope of recovery. There are certainly adequate people there, but there are very few of them.
      1. Vend
        Vend 8 September 2014 12: 56
        +1
        Quote: LvKiller
        That's just Russophobia among the Poles is so bearded that there is little hope of recovery. There are certainly adequate people there, but there are very few of them.

        Well, if you have already created a party and get seats in parliament, then the trend may grow. It would be nice
      2. ADK57
        ADK57 8 September 2014 15: 55
        +1
        Ukrainians should try to forget about tens of thousands of tortured Ukrainians in Polish concentration camps.
        The Poles need to remember the mass destruction of the Polish population by Bandera. The genocide was no worse than the Armenian one.
        Then Poland would live on its own head and stop poking its nose in both Ukrainian and our affairs.
  23. Alfizik
    Alfizik 8 September 2014 12: 30
    +1
    Wow, it turns out that there are sane people in Poland too! As for Poroshenko, he has not yet "resigned". Hidden, hoping for a chance. Will reconcile when the punishers are squeezed out of the borders of Novorossiya.
  24. Yugra
    Yugra 8 September 2014 12: 31
    0
    Yes, such people were polished more than once, which is a pity.
  25. igor1981
    igor1981 8 September 2014 12: 31
    0
    Apparently the Poles are tired of eating their apples.
  26. Not served
    Not served 8 September 2014 12: 32
    +2
    Poland has an external debt of 1 trillion. And I think so already many understand that it was created artificially, with the goal of linking the country and politicians to the common axis of the EU. And the axis is controlled by the States. It’s very convenient, by the way, than to mess with every country in Europe ...
    And how they will now flutter on this needle is not very clear.
  27. Sergey Sitnikov
    Sergey Sitnikov 8 September 2014 12: 33
    0
    )))) here is how to eat his apples
  28. Not served
    Not served 8 September 2014 12: 35
    0
    Why are you clinging to these apples ... I brought it from the summer house yesterday, and I don’t need any imported ones. I can treat many, I do not mind ...
  29. kr33sania
    kr33sania 8 September 2014 12: 36
    +1
    Finally, adequate people showed up in Poland! I saw and knew them, but I thought that they were pecked. The smoking rooms are alive!
  30. Mama_Cholli
    Mama_Cholli 8 September 2014 12: 43
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    How naive our people are (you can even see on the site) ... Just one statement by a politician betting on a small part of the population, for certain benefits, and everyone already thinks that Poland has finally seen its light ...

    Like children, honestly ...
  31. sgr291158
    sgr291158 8 September 2014 12: 43
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    Soon all of Europe will speak out against. It can be seen that people understand where the USA and all their henchmen are pulling them.
    1. Lukich
      Lukich 8 September 2014 13: 03
      +4
      Quote: sgr291158
      Soon all of Europe will speak out against. It can be seen that people understand where the USA and all their henchmen are pulling them.

      yes already tired of these sashi all. forever pull everyone into their adventures. Germans are already seeing more and more. was in May in Moscow, relatives from Germany arrived. So they said that Merkel is already unhappy. they said that there were rumors about leaving the EU together with France. and many Americans just hate there
  32. Mama_Cholli
    Mama_Cholli 8 September 2014 12: 53
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    I doubt it ... What would all of Europe ...
  33. klas000000
    klas000000 8 September 2014 12: 53
    +1
    Quote: predator.3
    MEP from Poland urged Warsaw to recognize Crimea joining Russia]

    That's right, and for this we will give Poland the Lviv region! repeat


    No, we will not give! Need yourself
  34. Anchonsha
    Anchonsha 8 September 2014 13: 01
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    That's how it turns out ... It seemed that Poland, along with the Balts, seemed to be the most reactionary in the geyrop, but no, ordinary people showed who was really to blame for the Ukrainian crisis. This is the type of Tusk and the elites purchased by the United States to fight the old geyropa in the EU itself to help small Britain.
  35. sub307
    sub307 8 September 2014 13: 01
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    Which in itself will be logical - recognition of the annexation of Crimea, is meant.
  36. SNG01
    SNG01 8 September 2014 13: 04
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    Oh really! Woke up! Of course, its own shirt is closer to the body, just as a smell of fried, so immediately Russia - well done!
  37. Alekseir162
    Alekseir162 8 September 2014 13: 04
    +1
    The leader of the Polish New Right Party, European MP Janusz Korvin-Mikke, called on the authorities in Warsaw to officially recognize the entry of Crimea into the Russian Federation.

    Alaverds can be recognized for Poland as the territory lost to it in the 39 year, temporarily, of course. Politics, however. bully
  38. vodolaz
    vodolaz 8 September 2014 13: 05
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    A man holds his nose in the wind and raises his political weight.
  39. Ivan 63
    Ivan 63 8 September 2014 13: 06
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    Hell! At first, after sobering up from Western "democracy" it becomes bad form in our country to praise the liberals of the West and the "stronghold of democracy" - Fashington, but now even in Poland the people are beginning to see the light, I'm not talking about Slovakia, where the authorities are openly against politics from across the hill and talk about it openly, so you look and Europe will throw off the US occupation - a flag in your hand.
    1. ADK57
      ADK57 8 September 2014 16: 23
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      Ivan 63!
      Are you against glorifying our dear Brilliant United Russia for great things (please do not cut it)? It was created as democratic and was so pro-Western all the time!
      They took their model of medicine. And medicine has turned into a service industry. How wonderful she has become! To all in joy.
      They adopted the western (test) model of education. Education has also become a service industry! Ah yes joy. School is no longer involved in upbringing.
      They adopted the western model of the economy. And squandered all the national wealth. Money does not linger in the country and run off the river beyond the cordon. The accumulated money was invested in American papers. Our industry scored loans at high interest rates, and the interest on invested in foreign banks is lower (face robbery). Even the gold reserve was exported to the United States. And scrawling is a separate song. Last year, even the country's grain fund was given into private hands - they scolded the bins of the Motherland.

      WE SAY ABOUT ENLIGHTENMENT IN THE WEST ...
  40. morpogr
    morpogr 8 September 2014 13: 08
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    Either adequate people began to publish or, after sanctions, decided to think with their own head, and not someone else's.
  41. Dyatko Nebatko
    Dyatko Nebatko 8 September 2014 13: 31
    -1
    Oh, how bold! good (i.e. good)
  42. MIV999
    MIV999 8 September 2014 13: 41
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    It is a pity that for this "enlightenment" of the Polish politician thousands of people had to die in Novorossia ... But better late than never ... And thank you for that ... God forbid that other politicians listen to him ... Unless, of course, their instinct for self-preservation functions somehow ...
  43. Prutkov
    Prutkov 8 September 2014 13: 45
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    Quote: Alexander Romanov
    Quote: domokl
    . And why the hell this Internet?

    Hi Sanya! Yes, I went to a Polish site and I was surprised myself, most of the comments are for Russia. Ukraine thinks so much of dirt under the nail. Well, a lot of talk about the economy is a must. And a lot of damnations to the United States and Merkel request
    He needs to unleash his patria and win the election, so he is trying to fit the majority opinion.

    Poles never considered Ukraine as equal. We have always been cattle for them. For the most part, this opinion remains to this day. The attitude of the Poles towards the Ukrainians was very vivid during the European Football Championship in 2012. Then a very unpleasant incident occurred on Polish radio with statements made by the Ukrainians. I will not retell - anyone can google it on the Internet.
    1. sgazeev
      sgazeev 8 September 2014 14: 23
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      Quote: Rods
      Quote: Alexander Romanov
      Quote: domokl
      . And why the hell this Internet?

      Hi Sanya! Yes, I went to a Polish site and I was surprised myself, most of the comments are for Russia. Ukraine thinks so much of dirt under the nail. Well, a lot of talk about the economy is a must. And a lot of damnations to the United States and Merkel request
      He needs to unleash his patria and win the election, so he is trying to fit the majority opinion.

      Poles never considered Ukraine as equal. We have always been cattle for them. For the most part, this opinion remains to this day. The attitude of the Poles towards the Ukrainians was very vivid during the European Football Championship in 2012. Then a very unpleasant incident occurred on Polish radio with statements made by the Ukrainians. I will not retell - anyone can google it on the Internet.

      It will be right to outskirts of Poland, teeth grind on them for Volhynia. am
    2. Cristall
      Cristall 8 September 2014 19: 53
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      Quote: Rods
      during the European Football Championship in 2012. Then, a very unpleasant incident occurred on Polish radio with statements made by leading people about Ukrainians.

      It is a pity that the government lowered the brakes .. The insult was specifically about Ukrainian women .. and our rags missed him ..
      but I remember ... and I will remember ..
  44. shelva
    shelva 8 September 2014 13: 51
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    European nations - for Russia and their governments - against. The more power, the greater the dependence on the Americans and various international organizations depending on them.
  45. Wolka
    Wolka 8 September 2014 14: 27
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    the mind clears up, Russophobian frenzy subsides
  46. givigor71
    givigor71 8 September 2014 14: 43
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    there are still reasonable and thinking Poles ...
  47. prishelec
    prishelec 8 September 2014 15: 08
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    Hmm ... remember some of the past times in Poland, and understand that it is better to be friends with Russia!
  48. Ghjynjyjoiiyr
    Ghjynjyjoiiyr 8 September 2014 16: 56
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    idealist, utopian ....
  49. argon
    argon 8 September 2014 17: 06
    +2
    Sober reasoning of a sane person. It is bad that little depends on his opinion.
  50. DPZ
    DPZ 8 September 2014 18: 11
    +2
    pleasantly surprised. I thought the Poles are all against Russia and are just waiting for the Fas team to join the slaughter on the side of dill.