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Poland and the goat Timur, or Ten Facts about Poland

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You all, of course, heard history about Timur and Cupid. At the end of 2015, a goat named Timur was brought to the seaside safari park. Brought to feed the noble predator - the tiger Amur. However, Cupid did not want to eat a goat. It turned out that the goat grew up with the dogs, so the predator is not afraid. His sense of self-preservation in this situation simply does not work. Not having a reliable connection with reality, the goat even attacked the tiger! But in the end the animals became friends. Touched by the public, Cupid did not let the workers of the park to the new friend, played with him, and in the big snowfall they even took refuge in one shelter. For a couple of months, the goat had grown stout, settled down and began to borze out elementary. Poking a tiger with its horns, for example. The response of the predator was instantaneous, the goat got a heavy paw in the face.


However, the lesson did not go to the horned one, and he continued to become impudent: butting, pushing and trying to push the tiger off the slope. And then even stepped on it. “Cupid rose, picked up, pulled Timur like a kitten and threw it,” the safari park said.

The shots on which the wounded goat, plaintively bleating, waddles in a snowdrift, and then lies down in anticipation of the park staff, who are already hurrying to help the fool, reminded me of ... Poland.

Yes, yes, Poland! Or rather, the recent scandal on Polish television, in which the Minister of Culture of Russia was involved, after which the controversy surrounding the relations between Poland and Russia flared up with a new force. I cannot but participate, all the more so since the last thirty years we have been constantly told about how small and defenseless Poland was attacked by two terrible monsters - the USSR and the Third Reich, who had previously agreed on its division.

You know, now it has become very fashionable to compile various tops and ratings: ten facts about pointes, fifteen facts about orgasm, thirty facts about Dzhigurd, the world's best pan coverings, the longest snowmen, and so on. I also want to offer you my “Ten Facts about Poland”, which, in my opinion, just need to be kept in mind when talking about our relations with this wonderful country.

The fact of the first. After the end of the First World War, Poland, taking advantage of the weakness of the young Soviet state, occupied Western Ukraine and Western Belarus. The offensive of the Polish troops in Ukraine in the spring of 1920 was accompanied by Jewish pogroms and mass executions. For example, in the city of Rovno, the Poles shot more than 3 thousands of civilians, in the town of Tetyev, about 4 thousands of Jews were killed. For resistance to the seizure of food burned the village, shot the residents. During the Russian-Polish war, 200 thousands of Red Army soldiers were captured by the Poles. Of these, 80 thousands were destroyed by the Poles. True, modern Polish historians have questioned all this data.

It was only possible to free the captured territories of the Soviet army in 1939 year.

The fact of the second. In the period between the First and Second World Wars, a small, defenseless and, as you can imagine, the Immaculate Poland passionately dreamed of colonies that could be robbed at your pleasure. As it was taken then in the rest of Europe. And it is still accepted. For example, a poster: "Poland needs colonies!" Mostly wanted Portuguese Angola. Good climate, rich land and subsoil. And what, you feel sorry, or what? Poland also agreed on Togo and Cameroon. I looked to Mozambique. In 1930, even the Maritime and Colonial League public organization was created. Here are photos in which the Day of the Colonies is celebrated in a big way, which turned into a demonstration demanding Polish colonial expansion in Africa. The poster for the demonstrators read: "We demand overseas colonies for Poland." The churches devoted to the demand of the colonies of the Mass, and in the cinemas films of colonial themes were shown. This is an excerpt from one such film about the Polish expedition in Africa. And this is a solemn parade of the future Polish bandits and robbers.

True, the harvested beautiful cork helmets and whips for slaves could not be used for its intended purpose. Portugal did not want to share Angola, and in 1939, Poland itself was turned into a colony. The Maritime and Colonial League organization had by this time about 1 million members.

By the way, a couple of years ago, the Polish Foreign Minister Grzegorz Schetyna, in an interview with one of the largest Polish publications, said: "To talk about Ukraine without Poland’s participation is akin to discussing the affairs of colonial countries without their metropolitan countries." And although Ukraine was not particularly indignant, dreams still remain dreams ...

The third fact. Poland became the first state to conclude a non-aggression pact with Nazi Germany. It was signed on 26 on January 1934 of the year in Berlin for a period of 10 years. Exactly the same as in Germany and the USSR in 1939. Well, the truth is, in the case of the USSR, there was still a secret application that no one has ever seen in the original. That application with a forged signature of Molotov and the real Ribbentrop, which after the German surrender in 45, was for some time captured by the Americans. That application in which the phrase "both sides" is used three times! That application in which Finland is called the Baltic state. Anyway.

The fact is the fourth. In October 1920, the Poles seized Vilnius and the surrounding area - only about a third of the territory of the Republic of Lithuania. Lithuania, of course, did not recognize this seizure and continued to consider these territories as her own. And when 13 in March 1938 of the year, Hitler carried out the Anschluss of Austria, he needed international recognition of these actions until the end. And in response to the recognition of the Anschluss of Austria, Germany was ready to recognize the seizure of all Lithuania by Poland, except for the city of Memel and the region around it. This city was to enter the Reich.

And already March 17 Warsaw issued an ultimatum to Lithuania, and the Polish troops were concentrated on the border with Lithuania. And only the intervention of the Soviet Union, Poland threatened to break the pact of non-aggression from the 32-year saved Lithuania from Polish occupation. Poland has been forced to withdraw their claims.

By the way, I hope the Lithuanian people remember that it was the USSR that returned both Vilna and Memel with the regions to Lithuania. And Vilna was transferred back in 1939 year under a mutual assistance agreement.

The fifth fact. In 1938, in alliance with fascist Germany, small, defenseless, “long-suffering and peace-loving” Poland occupied Czechoslovakia. Yes, yes, it was she who began that terrible massacre in Europe, which ended with the Soviet tanks on the streets of Berlin. Hitler took the Sudetenland for himself, and Poland - the Tieszyn region and some settlements on the territory of modern Slovakia. Hitler then received at his complete disposal the best military industry in Europe of that time.

Germany also had at its disposal significant stocks of weapons from the former Czechoslovak army, which enabled the infantry divisions to be armed with 9. Before the attack on the USSR from the 21 tank division of the Wehrmacht 5 were equipped with Czechoslovak production tanks.

According to Winston Churchill, Poland "with the greed of hyena took part in the robbery and destruction of the Czechoslovak state."

The fact of the sixth. On the eve of World War II, Poland was far from the weakest state in Europe. She possessed a territory almost 400000 square. km, on which lived about 44 million. Military treaties were concluded with England and France.

And so, when in the 1939 year, Germany demanded that Poland open a “Polish corridor” for it to access the Baltic Sea, and in return offered to extend the German-Polish friendship treaty for another 25 years, Poland proudly refused. As we remember, it took the Wehrmacht only two weeks to put the former ally on his knees. England and France did not use their fingers to save their ally.

The fact is the seventh. The introduction of the Red Army in the eastern regions of Poland 17 in September 1939 and in the Baltic countries in the summer of 1940 was made not by some terrible "secret pact", which no one has ever seen, but in order to prevent Germany from occupying these territories. In addition, these actions strengthened the security of the USSR. The famous joint “parade” of the Soviet and German troops is just a procedure for transferring Brest-Litovsk to the Red Army units. We can see the arrival of the Soviet receiving contingent and some working moments of the transfer of the citadel thanks to the preserved photographs. Here the organized departure of the German technology, there are photos of the arrival of the Soviet, but there is not a single photo that captures their joint passage.

The fact of the eighth. In the very first days of the war, the Polish government and the president fled abroad, leaving their people, their still fighting army, their country. So Poland did not fall, Poland self-destructed. The runaway, of course, organized a “government in exile” and dried their pants for a long time in Paris and London. Please note that when Soviet troops entered Poland, de jure the state of this no longer existed. I would like to ask everyone who is bothering about the Polish occupation by the Soviets: do you want the Nazis to come to these territories? To kill Jews there? To make the border with Germany close to the Soviet Union? Can you imagine how many thousands of dead would be behind such a decision?

Fact nine. Dreams of Poland of the colonies, of course, did not come true, but as a result of bilateral treaties with the Soviet Union, as the post-war reparations Poland received the eastern region of Germany, who had Slavic past, which make up a third of the present territory of Poland. 100 thousand square kilometers!

According to estimates of the German economists in the postwar period, the Polish budget received only from the mineral deposits in these areas more than 130 billion. Dollars. This is about twice the size of Germany paid reparations in favor of Poland and compensation. Poland received deposits of hard and brown coal, copper ore, zinc and tin, which put it on par with the world's major earners of these natural resources.

Even more important was the receipt of the Warsaw coast of the Baltic Sea. If in 1939, Poland had 71 km. the sea coast, then after the war became 526 km. Poles and Poland are personally obliged to Stalin and the Soviet Union with all these riches.

Fact ten. Today in Poland massively demolished monuments to Soviet soldiers-liberators and desecrate the graves of Soviet soldiers who died in battles for the liberation of Poland from the Nazis. And they died there, I remind you, 660000. They even demolish monuments on which there are grateful inscriptions from Polish citizens to Soviet soldiers. Even those that were cast in the 45 year of the metal of German ammunition, specially brought from the fallen Berlin.

Why am I doing this? Maybe we, as a tiger of Amur, will have enough time to endure an annoying and arrogant neighbor who has completely lost touch with reality?
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  1. milann
    milann 17 February 2016 12: 08
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    Among other things, there are many facts about the atrocities of the Poles after the Second World War in the occupied German territories, the point is not in this, not in the division of nations into "good" and "bad", as a result, not the Poles, but the Germans were originally occupiers. The question is, And what kind of democracy is more humane. yes, no. They are all beasts. And those who want to get acquainted with the details, I send to the next link. And the author is a huge plus! Kozlov - for soap!
    In the fire of the Eastern Front. Memoirs of a volunteer of the SS troops / per. from English M. Sviridenkova. - M.: Yauza-press, 2008. - 448s.
    1. Baikonur
      Baikonur 17 February 2016 12: 12
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      Maybe we, as a tiger Amur, have enough to endure an annoying and arrogant neighbor who has completely lost touch with reality?
      I fully support! Only the "neighbor" is not
      completely lost touch with reality
      And he was always a vile cunning man, like his ukros neighbor !!!
      1. Kent0001
        Kent0001 17 February 2016 12: 32
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        If there were no Russia, then the Poles would immediately lose the meaning of their lives. The hatred of us in their blood and is transmitted from generation to generation.
        1. WKS
          WKS 17 February 2016 12: 46
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          Quote: Kent0001
          If there were no Russia, then the Poles would immediately lose the meaning of their lives. The hatred of us in their blood and is transmitted from generation to generation.

          To the Germans, by the way, too. But in general, the comparison of Poland with K. Timur is incorrect. K. Timur is a sincere and straightforward animal, although it is smelly, and Poland is Poland, the article says all about this correctly. Similarity to K. Timur only in aromas.
          1. avdkrd
            avdkrd 17 February 2016 13: 27
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            Quote: wks
            Quote: Kent0001
            If there were no Russia, then the Poles would immediately lose the meaning of their lives. The hatred of us in their blood and is transmitted from generation to generation.

            To the Germans, by the way, too. But in general, the comparison of Poland with K. Timur is incorrect. K. Timur is a sincere and straightforward animal, although it is smelly, and Poland is Poland, the article says all about this correctly. Similarity to K. Timur only in aromas.

            No, that's right. Poland sincerely and straightforwardly hates Russia, just as hatred and the Germans and even kaklam. They hate everyone for something of their own, but sincerely.
            1. Tatyana
              Tatyana 17 February 2016 13: 37
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              Firstly, in the presented video material and article there is a very good revealing thematic selection about the rotten gut of Polish nationalists.

              Secondly, it makes sense to add about the Lithuanians.
              A similar Nazi situation with atrocities was in Lithuania. The Lithuanians in the Holocaust also have the whole physiognomy in fluff, as well as the Poles.
              Ruta Vanagaite's book "Mūsiškiai" ("Ours") has been published, in which he does not describe the following.

              “Young, illiterate Lithuanians in a sober state so diligently killed Jews that they were taken to Lithuania for extermination from other countries.
              They went there themselves with nothing to do. Then there was such logic: they gave me food and shoot. And you can take clothes, shoes, chains of Jews, drink. Rimantas Zagryackas conducted a study - a social portrait of a killer of Jews - half of those who killed in the provinces - illiterate or graduated from two classes. Maybe if the Church took a different position or said that it was necessary to fulfill one of the commandments of God - maybe that would stop them. But the Church kept silent or did not call.
              Schoolchildren voluntarily participated in the killings, and the Church indifferently watched the Holocaust - even murdered the murderers of sins. For the sake of purity of race and Jewish teeth, about 200 000 Jews were destroyed in Lithuania. ”
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            2. PKK
              PKK 19 February 2016 05: 15
              +1
              Hatred is such a powerful program that destroys all living things around. No children are born in the radius of Hatred. Therefore, the Universe automatically begins to destroy hatred carriers immediately after manifestation. Therefore, Poland is doomed, Ukraine, as a carrier of hatred, is doomed as well.
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        2. Igor V
          Igor V 17 February 2016 12: 59
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          Quote: Kent0001
          If there were no Russia, then the Poles would immediately lose the meaning of their lives. The hatred of us in their blood and is transmitted from generation to generation.

          You are wrong here. The Poles hate all neighbors, and the Germans, and the Lithuanians, and the Czechs, etc.
          1. the polar
            the polar 17 February 2016 13: 42
            +8
            The article is correct within the meaning. One should always remember about the vile nature of the Polish ruling elite, which is based on the Polish mentality of "arrogant holiness and eternal claims to everyone and for everything."
            But what about the fact that our "great leader and teacher" went to Warsaw a few years ago and bowed low there, apologized on behalf of all of us and apologized for the "terrible Katyn tragedy." And this is despite the existence of dozens of volumes of incriminating investigative materials about the crimes of the Nazis in Katyn. And the priest, of course, rejoiced seeing this humiliation "on behalf of Russia." And after the "leader" and his clone "Mr. iPhonecheg" did not hesitate to hit the road to bow to the Panstvo and also fawned and apologized "on behalf of all of Russia", publicly humiliating and trampled into the mud the honor and dignity of the Russian people.
            Once, having slavishly bent over, one should not expect respect from Russia from the Polish panship.
            Now, only a hard shake and longing will make the small-town panstvos imbued with respect and fear of the Russian state.
            1. nekot
              nekot 17 February 2016 14: 01
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              Quote: Polar
              our "great leader and teacher" went to Warsaw a few years ago and there, bowing low, on behalf of all of us asked for forgiveness and apologized for the "terrible Katyn tragedy."

              Please, links to this event, otherwise you will have to admit that you are distorting. If this is: http://www.bbc.com/russian/international/2010/04/100407_katyn_putin, then where is the deflection, moreover, our "liberoids" were passionately indignant that Putin did not repent: http://maxpark.com/ user / 654812213 / content / 484070. So where are the deflections and requests for forgiveness, enlighten us all?
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            3. ochakow703
              ochakow703 18 February 2016 03: 39
              +5
              I specifically revised the chronicle of these events. Actually there is nothing but diplomacy there. And there is no hint of "deflection and kneeling" at all. So in vain YOU ...
        3. square
          square 17 February 2016 14: 31
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          And why should they love us, how many times did they go to rob Russia - Russia, and each time they were beaten like rubber rabbits. No hospitality!
          1. Sirocco
            Sirocco 18 February 2016 12: 32
            +4
            Quote: square
            No hospitality!

            Hospitality, my grandfather escaped from the camp, was given out by hospitable Poles when a German bower fed them in a dugout for a week. Something like this, I understand that not all Poles are like that, but we have a lot of vile hospitality from them.
            Quote: Volzhanin
            They hate because of their insignificance.

            Well, they hate it, most likely because they are part of the Slavic world, that is, you and I, but they were trained many centuries ago by English actors against themselves, just like in the case of Ukraine, I think if everything will be unchanged, then after 100 years we will get the same likeness of Poland in the person of Ukraine, with the same traitors and attitude. Without history and culture, there is no people. Of course, I could be wrong.
            Well, and most importantly, what has gotten me sick, it’s time to answer the Slav brothers with their own method, it’s time to stop turning the second cheek, I can tell you a bit tough, because of the ignorance of political games, but it’s time for each demolished monument in Poland to roll into asphalt, and Polish monuments, maybe it will. Because impunity breeds permissiveness.
            PS
            And we will never be good to them, no matter how tolerant we are to all the little brothers.
            We ourselves know about the friends that Russia has, there are only two of them, the rest are stuck.
            In general, the selection is completed, dragon teeth have been grown.
            1. lshka
              lshka 18 February 2016 19: 30
              +2
              Quote: Sirocco
              but it’s time for every demolished monument in Poland to be rolled into asphalt, and Polish monuments may come to this. Because impunity breeds permissiveness.
              here I do not agree with you, monuments are still the cultural heritage of not only one people, it is not necessary to become like non-humans, you need to beat them with other methods. Let's say our monument is "dirty" - duties are not 10%, but 20%; what else they screwed up - gas is more expensive for you, they didn't understand - all your team (EU) will come up with a thread ("education by a team") a lot of things you can think of, but not destroy the culture
        4. Volzhanin
          Volzhanin 17 February 2016 15: 39
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          They hate because of their insignificance. The same slavish mentality is also observed among Western hohlopitheks, gravitating towards pshekia.
          (I really received a warning from the administration of the VO resource for negativity towards the non-Slavic psheks). Nonetheless...
          Pshekia is a black spot and shame of the Slavic peoples!
          And now all these geeks with gadgets brazenly and savoryly spit in the well.
          I really want to hope that the Russian people will not give them a drink anymore.
          1. Andrew
            Andrew 17 February 2016 16: 12
            10
            and what better Bulgarians? just because there is no such aggression? and betrayals, perhaps, and more ...
            1. mildew
              mildew 19 February 2016 14: 22
              0
              And when did the Bulgarians betray the Russians? Here about the Russian treachery and treachery the facts are a bit much. It begins with a stab in the back of Svyatoslav in alliance with the Byzantines and then the ruin of Preslav. In 1885, they also betrayed us and set us under attack from Serbia. In 1913 your emperor refused arbitration and did not fulfill the friendship treaty since 1902 when the Romanians crossed the Danube. In 1916 Russian troops also helped the Romanians against us when they mastered the cradle of the Bulgarian state of Dobrudja and so on.
          2. would
            would 18 February 2016 23: 10
            -1
            to the Pshek-Slavs


            For example, the pan-gentry Rokossovsky is also a pseudo-Slav?
        5. Waciak
          Waciak 17 February 2016 20: 11
          -5
          It is as if to say that every Russian has the name Ivan.
        6. cheap trick
          cheap trick 17 February 2016 21: 20
          +2
          more than Russians, Poles hate Lithuanians! it's from ancient times!
          1. KaPToC
            KaPToC 19 February 2016 16: 55
            0
            Apparently you mean Litvin?
        7. Pasha
          Pasha 19 February 2016 12: 57
          0
          There is a saying - children are not responsible for their parents, but in a historical sense, it should not work.
        8. tishania
          tishania April 22 2016 17: 43
          0
          Nie pochlebiajcie sobie.
      2. andreykalin
        andreykalin 17 February 2016 13: 27
        +1
        I completely agree!
    2. GSH-18
      GSH-18 17 February 2016 12: 13
      +7
      If anyone remembers this in Lithuania, the rabid anti-Russian propaganda painstakingly knocks these real facts out of the heads of those who remember, prevents the dissemination of the real facts of history, replacing them with anti-Russian nonsense.
      1. bulvas
        bulvas 17 February 2016 12: 27
        14

        We must generally pay less attention to them, you bastards,

        do your thing, eventually everyone shut up themselves

    3. Giant thought
      Giant thought 17 February 2016 12: 19
      +8
      Polish authorities are jackals under a goat's skin.
      1. 79807420129
        79807420129 17 February 2016 12: 33
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        Quote: Giant thought
        Polish authorities are jackals under a goat's skin.

        And if you don’t feed the goat, the goat will only crap, the stink will be of little use, like milk from a goat, all these proverbs are probably written off from the Poles.
      2. Onotollah
        Onotollah 17 February 2016 13: 41
        +1
        True comparison.
        In this regard, I recommend changing the title of the article to "Poland - a foul-smelling mammal with horns Timur" (remove the "and") and further in the text, otherwise a cursory review gives the impression (I still understand that you will laugh) that Poland tiger.
    4. Major Yurik
      Major Yurik 17 February 2016 12: 19
      15
      The clever gentry were always borzels, until someone piled on their caps and sent them to whine about "Yesche Polish has not perished" in the stable of history. Have worked up greyhounds again, it's time to rip off the valve! am
    5. Zeppelin ml.
      Zeppelin ml. 17 February 2016 12: 20
      -5
      Quote: milann
      Among other things, there are many facts about the atrocities of the Poles after the Second World War in the occupied German territories.

      I didn’t understand ... After WWII did the territories occupied by the Germans still remain? Or occupied by the Poles? Explain the idea.
    6. avva2012
      avva2012 17 February 2016 12: 22
      16
      There is, if I am not mistaken in the name, "the road of death". Winter 1945, German refugees coming from the Red Army. Refugees: women, children, old people. There was a lot of snow, and the refugees could not escape. And, no matter how you treat the Germans, but these are women, children, old people. The Poles had a nice fun. Robbery, violence, murder, stripping to the bone in the cold, when there was nothing to take, so, "purely for fun." And corpses on both sides of the road.
      1. No login
        No login 17 February 2016 21: 59
        -22 qualifying.
        The city of Tetiev, where, according to the black-handed scribe, the Poles killed 4 thousand Jews, did not come under Polish occupation as a result of the Soviet-Polish war. And the death of the Jewish population is connected with other events. Why did the scribble distort the facts? To put the Poles in a lower position? Pisaka wrote the following:
        Quote: avva2012
        do you want the Nazis to come to these territories? To kill Jews there? To the border with Germany came close to the Soviet Union? Can you imagine how many thousands of people killed would have stood behind such a decision?

        Entrance to these territories was accompanied by mass repressions, internment of the local population. Let me also remind you of the mass shooting of the Polish military in the Katyn forest; the event is a direct consequence of the entry of the Soviet army into the territory of the West. Belarus.
        The Poles hate the Germans and Russians, and this is quite logical. And recently I read that according to the latest polls, they began to hate Belarusians as well. They push their noodles to them, ours. Let them rave with foam on his lips in Poland. And I'm calm.
        1. Tatyana
          Tatyana 18 February 2016 18: 33
          +8
          No login
          Let me also remind you of the mass shooting of the Polish military in the Katyn forest; the event is a direct consequence of the entry of the Soviet army into the territory of the West. Belarus.
          The Poles hate the Germans and Russians, and this is quite logical. And recently I read that according to the latest polls, they began to hate Belarusians as well.

          Polish officers in Katyn were shot by Germans. The Nuremberg Tribunal, probably the most authoritative court in human history, has recognized and recorded this. Attempts to blame the USSR are lies and falsifications. Their exposure is dedicated to this film "Myths of the Copper." A lot of facts - for example, Polish gendarmes, whose names are engraved on the monument to the "victims of the NKVD." And their remains and tokens, found in a completely different place, where the Nazis actually killed the Poles ...

          [media = http: //nstarikov.ru/blog/53948]
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          2. No login
            No login 20 February 2016 02: 28
            0
            You still say that King Kong is alive. The main thing, of course, is that people like it. It turns out that Ukrainian colobarants burned Khatyn, and this cannot but rejoice. And when they say that there weren’t Panfilov’s, let’s say it, NOT THE TRUTH! Documents will always be found on Channel 1. They are needed to maintain calm and a sense of personal dignity of a Russian person. Here is a man, let's read a post, and he didn’t like him. Not because it is true or false. He is just unpleasant. He blurted out the minus and went on to wool further. Position. What is bad is not us. But he already likes the following message, because he is pleased to read flattering speeches addressed to him. He does not try to figure out where the truth is, and where the lie is, in fact, he does not need it. The main thing that it was nice and goosebumps. And that’s it. So I wrote that there were no Jewish pogroms with the participation of the Poles in Tetiev. That the Poles hate the Russians, like the Russians hate the Poles. I recalled that the Soviets shot the Poles in Katyn. I was nominated, as is usual here, it just wasn’t in my speeches of loud praise to the Russians. And only one person expressed his position, justified the set minus!
            I answer my opponent. Tatyana, tell me why you think that the Nuremberg Tribunal is "probably the most authoritative court in history." He was going to do it once. In this court, the victorious countries tried the loser. It did not punish the US and England, which you ardently dislike for the carpet bombing of German cities, for Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Do you want the USSR to condemn itself for Katyn, and even give all the necessary evidence against itself?
            Tatyana, if I give you a dock. films about the massacres of Polish soldiers in Katyn, will your evidence be refuted?
    7. vovanpain
      vovanpain 17 February 2016 12: 24
      14
      Psheks are the first of Europe, dill is the second, although the dumplings of dill are not even called goats, but cattle, cattle. And to become a plus.
    8. Scoun
      Scoun 17 February 2016 12: 26
      12
      Quote: milann
      The author is a huge plus! Kozlov - on the soap!

      + still add / recall smaller goats like Hungarians and Romanians atrocities more than Germans and with more zeal (according to the recollections of my Grandmother).
      By the way, I hope that the Lithuanian people remember that it was the USSR that returned to Lithuania both Vilno and Memel with regions

      I communicate with some of them, the generation of the late 80s and early 90s, they don't know anything like that, they have one "bolt" in their heads - Russia is an occupier.
      1. Igor V
        Igor V 17 February 2016 13: 14
        +5
        In the late 80s, Lithuanians began to publish their world history. There, all the Russian tsars were Lithuanians. fool So the Lithuanians themselves told me. Now a new generation has grown up, brought up on this "history". So what can we expect from them? Poor.
        1. reservist
          reservist 17 February 2016 13: 32
          +8
          about "all Russian tsars" they bent of course, but there were Lithuanian princes in our history (although the office work in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania was conducted in Russian) ...

          Yaroslav the Wise, Vladimir Monomakh, Gedimin and Olgerd at the monument "Millennium of the Baptism of Russia"
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          2. selen2211
            selen2211 17 February 2016 16: 14
            -11 qualifying.
            Record keeping was conducted in Belarusian in ON.
            1. reservist
              reservist 17 February 2016 16: 39
              12
              Well, to be precise, then in the West Russian dialect of Old Russian
              1. No login
                No login 18 February 2016 10: 09
                -4
                In Western Slovenian
                1. reservist
                  reservist 18 February 2016 11: 32
                  +1
                  Isn't that the same thing?
                2. andrew42
                  andrew42 18 February 2016 13: 03
                  +5
                  in Moravian or what? what kind of "West Slavic" language is this, what kind of adverb? False terminology implies the promotion of lies. In general, you need to think with your head before typing characters on the keyboard.
            2. andrew42
              andrew42 18 February 2016 13: 05
              +2
              Yeah, like that, exactly in Belarusian? It is a pity that Gedimin, Olgerd, Svidrigailo and Yagailo were not aware of what they write in "Belarusian". There is no need to compose a new "Ukrainian".
          3. Koshak
            Koshak 17 February 2016 17: 29
            +4
            The Millennium of the Baptism of Rus is a monument to the 1000th anniversary of Russia in Veliky Novgorod, and the 1000th anniversary of the baptism of Rus was celebrated in 1988 and, as far as I know, no grandiose monuments were erected. hi
            1. reservist
              reservist 17 February 2016 17: 47
              +5
              from Wikipedia
              Monument “Millennium of Russia” - a monument erected in Veliky Novgorod in 1862 yearin honor of the millennium anniversary of the legendary calling of the Varangians to Russia. The authors of the project are sculptors Mikhail Mikeshin, Ivan Schroeder and architect Victor Hartman. The monument is located in the Novgorod detinets, opposite the St. Sophia Cathedral and the former building of the Government Places.


              Villevalde's painting “Opening of the Millennium of Russia Monument”
          4. lex locis
            lex locis 18 February 2016 10: 37
            +4
            In those days, Belarusians were called Lithuanians, and those tribes that are now called Lithuanians were called Zhmud ...
            1. Aitvaras
              Aitvaras 18 February 2016 12: 55
              0
              So it turns out Belarusians burned Moscow in 1368 - 1612. Who would have thought!
      2. Igor V
        Igor V 17 February 2016 13: 14
        +1
        In the late 80s, Lithuanians began to publish their world history. There, all the Russian tsars were Lithuanians. fool So the Lithuanians themselves told me. Now a new generation has grown up, brought up on this "history". So what can we expect from them? Poor.
        1. avebersek
          avebersek 17 February 2016 21: 30
          +1
          What to expect? Let them integrate into this Europe, and let them meet "new residents" - refugees.
      3. Sergej1972
        Sergej1972 19 February 2016 10: 48
        0
        Romanians still atrocities less.
    9. Samen
      Samen 17 February 2016 12: 27
      +6
      Why am I doing this? Maybe we, as a tiger Amur, have enough to endure an annoying and arrogant neighbor,

      So I thought: why is he? Well, suppose that's enough! So what? Fight to go? That is, by analogy, a goat’s withers snack?
      The facts are great! But, the eternal question arises: What to do?
      The author is silent ...
      And so, of course, if there was a big war (God forbid), we will remember all these "filed in a folder" facts! And we will present ... if it will be who and to whom. hi
      1. Victor Demchenko
        Victor Demchenko 17 February 2016 13: 43
        +4
        Quote: Semen
        So I thought: why is he? Well, suppose that's enough! So what? Fight to go? That is, by analogy, a goat’s withers snack?

        interesting, and where is it written that it is necessary to go to war? can it simply rob profits from gas transit? (push the SP-2 even harder)? give gas ALL to sell WITHOUT benefits?
    10. Blondy
      Blondy 17 February 2016 15: 14
      +3
      People tend to forget, or, in general, something passes by them, and they are constantly hanging noodles on their ears and this noodle starts to be postponed over time as real facts. These fact sheets are a very effective way to shake off noodles in the era of information warfare. I would like such collections more often and more diverse. Although it’s a difficult and risky task for the authors, the Bible says: once you have lied, who will believe you. And expose the lies and slander - now it is very quickly done.
    11. sgazeev
      sgazeev 18 February 2016 14: 28
      0
      Quote: milann
      In the fire of the Eastern Front. Memoirs of a volunteer of the SS troops / per. from English M. Sviridenkova. - M.: Yauza-press, 2008 .-- 448 p.

      The Russians who were in them were captured. After a counterattack, their bodies were found. They were mostly Norwegians. The Russians beat them to death and threw them into the Oka River to freeze. And what did the OSLOhs do in Russia? am
    12. Alex20042004
      Alex20042004 18 February 2016 19: 42
      0
      here is the download link:

      http://royallib.com/book/ferten_hendrik/v_ogne_vostochnogo_fronta_vospominaniya_
      dobrovoltsa_voysk_ss.html
    13. apostoll
      apostoll 20 February 2016 10: 22
      0
      Are you seriously??????
      here is one question: "Which of you fought?"
      all the heroes on the Internet, and when it comes to business, they will look for you under the beds ....
      WHO ASKED THE POLES, AND DOES THEY REALLY HATE RUSSIA? Or are they just like you pouring tons of shit into your ears via TV?
      After all, none of you thinks, but why would we suddenly begin to hate or despise Ukraine, the Baltic states ... and Europe in general? AND WHAT YOU ARE LEARNING FOR THIS THROUGH ALL KINDS OF MEDIA ....
      And you, as a herd, go where they are being driven, and do not think, but what if "they are being driven to slaughter" ???
      Who needs a war? Correctly, only to rulers, to write off their own inaction and futility ...
      There are many who will put a "MINUS" on my comment, but if, AT LEAST A FEW PERSONS, HE MAKES THINKING, THIS IS ALREADY A BIG "PLUS" ... And I absolutely do not care about those who are against, this is your position ... you live with her, sorry for you !!!!
      By the way, who were you going to ruffle there? NATO? it’s enough brains or just like the government, what they tell us, then we eat !!!
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  3. Misha Honest
    Misha Honest 17 February 2016 12: 11
    +9
    The Poles have been acting like this for almost 500 years, but are we still surprised? winked
    1. reservist
      reservist 17 February 2016 12: 30
      +8
      Quote: Misha Honest
      The Poles have been acting like this for almost 500 years
  4. sever.56
    sever.56 17 February 2016 12: 13
    24
    http://topwar.ru/uploads/images/2016/951/ceba105.png

    Let the psheks remember how they "fraternized" with the Nazis after the annexation of the Sudetes by the Germans and the Cieszyn region by the Poles. The Poles there persecuted no worse than the Germans. All Czechs and Slovaks were expelled, and the land and property were shamelessly taken away. It is not for them to throw "presenting" about the Soviet occupation.
    There would be no feat of the Red Army in the defeat of fascism - there would be no Poland as a state, and Poles as a nation ... !!!
    1. sharp-lad
      sharp-lad 17 February 2016 21: 33
      +6
      The Pole is now not a nation, but a profession!
  5. maxim1987
    maxim1987 17 February 2016 12: 14
    12
    great article
  6. Oldwiser
    Oldwiser 17 February 2016 12: 15
    +6
    It’s time to demand back Bialystok and Przemysl
    1. Zeppelin ml.
      Zeppelin ml. 17 February 2016 12: 45
      +2
      Quote: OldWiser
      It’s time to demand back Bialystok and Przemysl

      to whom? xoxlam and Belarusians?
  7. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 17 February 2016 12: 20
    13
    Psheks never acknowledged the obvious, they always hated Russia and are always ready to snatch something from their neighbors, and not only that. I would be glad if the Russian bear put a crack on the overrun Polish goat, but we must start with the overseas monkey. Then he himself will bleach with an inhuman voice and throw his boots lick (if now - berets?).
  8. Primus pilus
    Primus pilus 17 February 2016 12: 23
    +3
    Cech, Lech and Rus are legendary brothers. According to one version, the three brothers hunted together, but each of them decided to go their own way.
    1. AID.S
      AID.S 17 February 2016 12: 41
      13
      Quote: Primus Pilus
      Cech, Lech and Rus are legendary brothers. According to one version, the three brothers hunted together, but each of them decided to go their own way.

      There was one more, illegitimate and weak-minded Ukr, he broke everything or lost ...
      1. reservist
        reservist 17 February 2016 12: 49
        12
        Yes, then there were still no Ukrov
        their Austrians began to select only one and a half centuries ago in their empire ...
        1. AID.S
          AID.S 17 February 2016 20: 14
          +2
          Was, was, he dug out the Black Sea with a scoop.
    2. andrew42
      andrew42 18 February 2016 13: 09
      0
      This is if the fantasy of Mr. Nikitin. But the fact that kinship is more than close is a fact, only the descendants of Lech shy away from it. For 700 years, the Polish brothers had been teachers of Russophobia.
  9. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 17 February 2016 12: 24
    11
    Back in the 80s, while in Moscow to ensure the safety of the Olympics, we, by virtue of our youth, were surprised by the arrogant behavior of the Poles in the Olympic Village, and clearly by anti-Soviet statements. In its own way, it may be naive to believe that representatives of a socialist state should not behave this way. We still did not understand that the Poles have a twisted historical memory. 35 years have passed and now it is Russophobic Poland in all its glory.
    Talking about Ukraine without the participation of Poland is akin to discussing the affairs of colonial countries without the participation of their mother countries. "

    Ukrainians do not think about it yet, considering Polish nationalists "brothers", but the time will come to collect stones.
  10. V.ic
    V.ic 17 February 2016 12: 24
    +5
    Syndrome of the Catholic Slavs, let's call it "goat syndrome".
  11. AlexTires
    AlexTires 17 February 2016 12: 24
    11
    The article contains thoughts and facts that are not devoid of meaning. But I would like to ask the author: what exactly is "time"? I wonder how many Russians feel the need to attack the Poles? Maybe we will arrange a referendum and attack. Will we slaughter Timur's goat? So as not to show off ...
    I think that now everyone needs to calm down, the Poles will always be larvae, for this they do not kill in peacetime yet. It will be seen further ...
    Regarding the monuments: it seems that the time has come to officially notify Poland about the possibility of demolishing the Katyn memorial in the event of at least one more abuse of the monuments to Soviet soldiers ....
    1. serezhasoldatow
      serezhasoldatow 17 February 2016 12: 43
      +2
      No one wants to attack this territory. In the muzzle, you can also tap in another way.
    2. sharp-lad
      sharp-lad 17 February 2016 21: 37
      +3
      It is possible without notice! Did Poland notify Russia of the demolition of monuments?
  12. guzik007
    guzik007 17 February 2016 12: 26
    +3
    Great article! all on the shelves-neither add nor decrease. It remains to transfer to the Pshetsky mov, print on leaflets and daily scatter over Poland with regular flights.
  13. Andrey Yuryevich
    Andrey Yuryevich 17 February 2016 12: 27
    +2
    the Poles have it all from complexes, well, no one likes them, in Germany they treat them with contempt, I myself heard it, in France they also say ... so they try to "light up" so that they are not forgotten at all.
    1. Scout
      Scout 17 February 2016 12: 43
      +3
      Yes, and jokes on their subject as we have about the Chukchi, moreover, note our anecdotes of the Chukchi do not ridicule, but about the Poles, yes
  14. Athama
    Athama 17 February 2016 12: 28
    +2
    And why are these facts not publicly voiced? It is necessary for RT to show this program around the world.
  15. Kirk
    Kirk 17 February 2016 12: 28
    +8
    We have been studying history since school and have formed a loyal attitude towards Europe and all the evil spirits that live there. Moreover, the emphasis was on the positive aspects of the relationship, and negativism was not even mentioned. History must be written today and all the facts of attitude towards us from the West must be recorded and our descendants must be taught on them, so that we do not engage in self-deprecation, but adequately relate to "partners".
    It is necessary to create a book (website) in which to reflect the quotes, statements and actions of our "partners" with specific names, so that we and our descendants could appreciate the merits of everyone who tries to teach us about democracy.
    1. Scout
      Scout 17 February 2016 12: 41
      +3
      Russians are ready to be friends with enemies and if they recognize our interests, we are ready to recognize their interests. We will not become friends, but "partners" is possible. If they do not want to play by the rules of logic and sanity, then treat them like the Timur goats smile
    2. atos_kin
      atos_kin 17 February 2016 13: 21
      0
      A coherent foreign policy presupposes "dividing" the world into "allies and enemies." The concept of "partners" introduced from the outside will never allow these kids to be reinforced. And kids are a verb.
    3. reservist
      reservist 17 February 2016 13: 25
      +6
      Quote: Kirk
      We are studying history from the school bench ...

      As far as I remember, the school history textbook “bypassed” such moments of the Kosciuszko uprising as the storming of Prague and the “Warsaw Matins”, and the Poles still remember Prague, “forgetting” how they themselves killed Russians in churches during a prayer service. ..
      1. a housewife
        a housewife 18 February 2016 02: 40
        0
        Why do the Poles remember Prague?
        1. avva2012
          avva2012 18 February 2016 03: 56
          +5
          Quote: housewife Why do the Poles remember Prague?

          "Prague" is a suburb of Warsaw. It is mentioned in connection with the pacification of the Polish uprising of A.V. Suvorov. Howl then stood in the western (mainly English) press about the "atrocities" of the Cossacks. Not even like now about the bombed-out videoconferencing hospitals and schools in Syria, but much more.
          1. a housewife
            a housewife 18 February 2016 13: 46
            0
            Thank you, I didn’t. hi
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    4. Dart2027
      Dart2027 17 February 2016 14: 02
      +5
      Quote: Kirk
      We are studying history from school, and we have formed a loyal attitude towards Europe and all the evil spirits that live there. Moreover, the emphasis was on the positive aspects of the relationship, and negativity was not even mentioned.

      One of the reasons why everyone so easily believed in fairy tales about perestroika was just propaganda of the friendship of peoples, the eternal whining about backward Russia that should always catch up with Europe, chanting to anyone who tried to destroy their country, etc. A lot can be said about the Soviet school, but at the same time she herself was preparing a grave for the USSR.
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      2. selen2211
        selen2211 17 February 2016 16: 22
        0
        absolutely fair!
  16. vladimirvn
    vladimirvn 17 February 2016 12: 28
    +9
    "In 1938, in alliance with Nazi Germany, a small, defenseless," long-suffering and peace-loving "Poland occupied Czechoslovakia. Yes, it was she who started that terrible massacre in Europe, which ended with Soviet tanks on the streets of Berlin."

    In our textbooks, it should be written that the Second World War began in 1938, with the attacks of Poland and Germany on Czechoslovakia.
  17. Scout
    Scout 17 February 2016 12: 29
    +3
    It’s time to prove these facts with documents and photos in your hands ... Invite all kinds of commissions that they could smell and taste and taste all these documents under our supervision ... And then the memory is short for many. It is time to open the secret documents of all kinds of archives to the world I think there will be those who don’t show us in a good light, but it’s time for us to acknowledge them and open ourselves, ask forgiveness. The history that is studied at school is sketchy and uninteresting. As the facts show, the present depends on the knowledge of history.
  18. voyaka uh
    voyaka uh 17 February 2016 12: 30
    -36 qualifying.
    "The introduction of the Red Army units in the eastern regions of Poland on September 17, 1939 and in the Baltic countries in the summer of 1940.
    was not produced under some terrible "secret pact" that no one has ever seen, "////

    Why didn’t you see anyone? Please read:
    1. Scout
      Scout 17 February 2016 12: 32
      +7
      so this is the point, read carefully the author’s article
    2. avva2012
      avva2012 17 February 2016 12: 41
      +7
      Fake from start to finish.
      If there was a "agreement", it is most likely oral, so as not to start hammering ahead of time on "partners".
      1. Horst78
        Horst78 17 February 2016 13: 06
        +7
        Quote: avva2012
        Fake from start to finish.

        At least go through the text. So documents are not written. Fake Sophomore Lose. "discussion has led", "will approximately pass by", etc.
        1. avva2012
          avva2012 17 February 2016 13: 48
          +2
          Quote: Horst78 At least go through the text. So documents are not written. Fake Sophomore Lose. "discussion has led", "will approximately pass by", etc.

          They are snobs. Apart from themselves, others are not considered people. This is not even offensive, funny. How do they constantly lose to subhumans? And, for this they have, then the frost is to blame, then the "wrong conduct of the war", as with Napoleon. Let them continue to think so. More than once, then the horns will break off.
      2. Zeppelin ml.
        Zeppelin ml. 17 February 2016 13: 21
        +2
        Quote: avva2012
        If there was a "contract", it is most likely oral,

        laughing "verbal agreement"
        1. avva2012
          avva2012 17 February 2016 13: 51
          0
          Quote: Zeppelin Jr. "verbal agreement"

          I do not understand, but what’s funny? Is there something wrong with the Russian diplomatic?
          1. Zeppelin ml.
            Zeppelin ml. 17 February 2016 14: 11
            0
            Quote: avva2012
            I do not understand, but what’s funny?

            yes it’s ridiculous to assume that in the middle of the 20th century. questions of war and peace in Europe were resolved in verbal form.
            1. avva2012
              avva2012 17 February 2016 14: 20
              +2
              Quote: Zeppelin Jr.yes it’s ridiculous to assume that in the middle of the 20th century. questions of war and peace in Europe were resolved in verbal form.

              Well, so the issues of war and peace with Poland were solved the way Gret wanted. Germany. And, with the USSR, at that time, "questions" could be solved orally. The time has not come yet. And, both contracting parties knew it. When the time came, then a piece of paper in the form of a "non-aggression pact" turned into a toilet, already in relation to the USSR.
    3. Igor V
      Igor V 17 February 2016 13: 26
      +4
      Wow, but the "document" was rewritten. And the font was changed, and the "Volyn region" was removed. Criticism is taken into account, therefore, by the creators.
    4. Igor V
      Igor V 17 February 2016 13: 26
      0
      Wow, but the "document" was rewritten. And the font was changed, and the "Volyn region" was removed. Criticism is taken into account, therefore, by the creators.
    5. nekot
      nekot 17 February 2016 14: 08
      +5
      Quote: voyaka uh
      "The introduction of the Red Army units in the eastern regions of Poland on September 17, 1939 and in the Baltic countries in the summer of 1940.
      was not produced under some terrible "secret pact" that no one has ever seen, "////

      Why didn’t you see anyone? Please read:


      How do you read the article "diagonally"?))) At least in the editor, the errors indicated in the article like "both sides" and Baltic Finland were removed))) And the boundaries of the POLITICAL interests of the parties are indicated somehow approximately and are subject to "discussion" in subsequent)))
    6. Dart2027
      Dart2027 17 February 2016 14: 56
      +2
      Does it not seem strange to you that there are no printed posts and names of signatories on it? As far as I know, on any documents the decryption of signatures should be initially, but here some scribbles.
      1. avva2012
        avva2012 17 February 2016 15: 32
        +3
        As I know

        This is for you, me and another million people know (even in the West).
        Rusofobu- it's all not important. DO NOT PROVE!
    7. Rock616
      Rock616 17 February 2016 16: 26
      +1
      Dear, did you definitely watch the video ?? Or just to blab? (regarding the secret pact)
    8. user1212
      user1212 18 February 2016 05: 24
      11
      Quote: voyaka uh
      Why didn’t you see anyone? Please read:
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    10. AllXVahhaB
      AllXVahhaB 18 February 2016 12: 38
      +1
      laughing laughing laughing And I thought the Jews were smart people))) But, apparently, there are some morons among them ...
    11. Ros 56
      Ros 56 18 February 2016 21: 45
      +1
      Do you know how many nashtampuyu you? Found the protocol, already made laugh.
  19. VNP1958PVN
    VNP1958PVN 17 February 2016 12: 30
    +1
    Just in Poland, a lot of goats, it happened historically! By the way, tigers are very fond of eating dogs! (Apparently avenging small offended by different ... brothers).
    1. Scout
      Scout 17 February 2016 12: 36
      +7
      Cupid's problem is that as a predator he attacks only those who behave like a victim, especially since he was not exhausted by hunger. Timur behaved not as a victim but as an equal. And the tiger did not dare to eat an equal. But when he wanted to rise tiger and showed him where his place was. Note that he did not eat, but pointed to the place "you do not want to be equal, you will be the lowest link" if at this moment Cupid ran from the tiger his fate would have been predetermined. But he lay down admitting his defeat and submission. The tiger again didn’t eat the one who submitted to the power and authority. So Russia eats only those who want to sit on our heads and those who are afraid of us, and so we tolerate, let them yapping
      1. pRaff
        pRaff 18 February 2016 07: 52
        0
        Bravo! Great said!
      2. partizan86
        partizan86 19 February 2016 03: 17
        0
        That's right, except that the goat could not physically run :)
  20. Red_Hamer
    Red_Hamer 17 February 2016 12: 30
    +6
    For resistance during the seizure of food, villages were burned, residents were shot. During the Russo-Polish war, 200 Red Army soldiers were captured by the Poles. Of these, 80 thousand were destroyed by the Poles.
    Moreover, they are not simply destroyed, brutally tortured or starved with hunger and cold.
  21. atamankko
    atamankko 17 February 2016 12: 32
    +2
    The Poles forgot what the Russians did for them in the post-war years,
    therefore, turned into a goat Timurov.
    1. a housewife
      a housewife 18 February 2016 02: 44
      0
      Kozlevichi! What else to say...
  22. brodyaga
    brodyaga 17 February 2016 12: 32
    +4
    Excellent chewed for Western neighbors. It’s a pity to them all, they don’t bother about the truth. And for our liberties a reminder of the limited term of patience.
  23. Aitvaras
    Aitvaras 17 February 2016 12: 33
    0
    The author, in fact the fourth, made some inaccuracy. Vilnius, as the capital of Lithuania, was recognized by Soviet Russia in a peace treaty with Lithuania, dated July 12, 1920, in 1939, it was deprived of fulfillment of contractual obligations. With Klaipeda there was a similar situation , several years later.
    1. serezhasoldatow
      serezhasoldatow 17 February 2016 12: 46
      +3
      Despite minor inaccuracies, the article is correct and informative. , they are.
      1. Aitvaras
        Aitvaras 17 February 2016 13: 52
        -29 qualifying.
        I’m staying with Poland’s lawyer, about the Tieszyn region, in the current situation - Poland seized part of Czechoslovakia, admitted Poland’s shame and criminal act, also apologized. Russia, as the legal successor of the USSR, did not recognize the seizure of Polish eastern lands and the Baltic countries in 1939 - 40 years. As a violation of international law, not to mention an apology.
        About the death of prisoners of war of the Red Army, in Polish captivity in 1920, it was a criminal negligence and indifference of the Polish authorities. About the same mortality was in the Soviet camps for prolian prisoners of war. In those days of famine and mass infectious diseases. About Katynsky shot the NKVD of the USSR to Polish officers in 1940, it was a deliberate war crime.
        1. reservist
          reservist 17 February 2016 14: 00
          +6
          Quote: Aitvaras
          Russia, as the legal successor of the USSR, did not recognize the seizure of Polish eastern lands and the Baltic countries in 1939–40 as a violation of international law, not to mention an apology.

          1) Poland itself captured Western Ukraine in 1920
          2) now these lands are part of Ukraine, this is the way the former Union Republic was ruled by the Poles and apologizes, I believe that in one word this thing will not end ...
        2. Igor V
          Igor V 17 February 2016 14: 10
          +9
          What should Russia apologize for? Because the Red Army was greeted with flowers? For turning Lithuania from a buffer state, from a "limitrophe" (Hitler's words) into an industrial country with efficient agriculture? For the fact that, according to the Barbarossa plan, two-thirds of the Lithuanians were to be destroyed?
          And about Memel do not even stutter. The Memel region was annexed by an internal order of the Soviet government, there is not even an official document on this subject.
        3. avva2012
          avva2012 17 February 2016 14: 10
          12
          Quote: Aitvaras About Katynsky shot the NKVD of the USSR to Polish officers in 1940, it was a deliberate war crime.

          I want to swear! Well, as much as possible! Written, rewritten about German bloopers in the Katyn case. Useless! Like, the last argument: "Well, you yourself admitted." Well, take off your Russophobic glasses and think. I understand that everything Russian makes you sick, and Soviet diarrhea develops (profuse). Hatred, hatred, but you also need to treat yourself with respect! If some of our rulers at a certain time, with logic was very bad, then you then, everything is fine? You are smarter ?!
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            1. Viktor.N.Aleksandrov.
              Viktor.N.Aleksandrov. 17 February 2016 17: 06
              +6
              Estonia, Livonia, Courland, the kingdom of Poland are the constituent parts of the Russian Empire. Partially, we returned all this under I.V. They lost Stalin and mediocre when tagged and drunk. It’s time to return everything back, but to the dissenting - a good riddance!
            2. Geronimo73
              Geronimo73 17 February 2016 17: 18
              +8
              Anschluss of Austria, it was essentially a voluntary association of impoverished Austria and successful by that time Germany, and many Austrians were glad of it. even now in Austria, the discussion of the Anschluss is criminally punishable. in fact, Austrians and Germans have been one divided nation since feudal times. so do not confuse the Sudetenland with the Anschluss.
              and as a result of the Riga Treaty, it merely fixed the de facto Polish occupation of lands behind the Curzon line, which passed practically along the eastern border of Poland and was approved by the League of Nations. no need to pile everything here.
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            4. Geronimo73
              Geronimo73 17 February 2016 17: 22
              +8
              you personally may not have asked, but there is an appeal from the Lithuanian authorities to join the USSR, etc.
              Finns did not want to the USSR, so they bite into the ground with their teeth and defended their independence with weapons in their hands. in Lithuania, there was no resistance, except for forest bandits. they didn’t want to defend themselves, so be patient.
              1. Aitvaras
                Aitvaras 18 February 2016 11: 24
                -3
                Since 1920, Lithuania and the USSR have been allies. In all conflicts with Germany and Poland, the USSR has provided us with military and diplomatic support. In Lithuania, there were no fortifications. areas and military plans in case of a conflict of the USSR. Unlike Finland and the USSR, everything was diametrically opposite. In 1939, there were extremely anti-German sentiments in Lithuania, because of Klaipeda. Under an agreement with the USSR, units of the Red Army were temporarily introduced to Lithuania to protect against German aggression. device of Lithuania. 1940. was an ultimatum and treacherously violated agreements. Our government considered that the resistance was suicidal. Open terrain, Soviet tank divisions in the operational space and our small army with small arms. In the rear, the temporary contingent of the Sov. army, in number larger than our army. Repressions began immediately, according to the method of comrade. Yezhov-Beria, but elections and so on. Stalin's "democracy" is already a "matter of technology."
                1. AllXVahhaB
                  AllXVahhaB 18 February 2016 12: 45
                  +1
                  However, now you are not afraid of this alignment))) And why are you putting Yezhov and Beria "in the same basket"? So it was Beria who carried out the first rehabilitation after the "Yezhov inflection" ...
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                  2. Aitvaras
                    Aitvaras 18 February 2016 13: 16
                    -1
                    About the "alignment" - that is precisely why we entered NATO. The policy of trust and friendliness has not led to anything good. In the first days of July 1940. the arrests of unreliable people began, the methods were the same as in 1937 in the USSR, although already under Beria. It was then that the mass deportations to Siberia and the GULAG camps began, which naturally provoked resistance. Although before that the population in Lithuania, in the majority accepted Russia, in general, positively. Many in the Government and the army graduated from Universities in Tsarist Russia, trade was profitable for merchants, and so on. etc.
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            6. reservist
              reservist 17 February 2016 17: 36
              10
              Quote: Aitvaras
              according to the Riga peace treaty, between Sov. Russia and Poland in 1921 were recognized as Polish lands

              so what ?
              Before WWI, these were lands of the Russian and Austro-Hungarian empires, and this was also once recognized in the relevant treaties ...

              ... can be compared with the German Anschluss of Austria and the Sudetenland in 1938 ...

              there is a better comparison - Poland’s capture of the Tieszyn region, it happened just in 1938 ...

              Quote: Aitvaras
              that’s why it was necessary to build socialism in Lithuania?

              Have you personally witnessed those events?
              if not - why speak for others?
            7. Andrey Skokovsky
              Andrey Skokovsky 17 February 2016 18: 28
              +9
              Quote: Aitvaras
              ....... About Lithuania in 1940, then our standard of living was approximately equal to that of Finland, and in 1990, we’ve gotten it wrong, about Lithuanian flowers and the Red Army, everything would have been nice, but why socialism had to be built in Lithuania ? We did not ask for this.

              but your ancestors didn’t even mind
              well, God bless them - although they once built a small but more than self-sufficient republic, which they called the showcase of the USSR, with all-Union help

              the question is not in them but in you, what have you done, today's Baltic states?
              in industry? in agriculture?
              how are you friends with your neighbors? How is your home?
              what became famous? what have you achieved?

              the answer is very simple - NOTHING, you stupidly die out humiliating in the process before the enemies of Russia, trying to become some kind of ephemeral Europeans,
              it looks like all you can do ...
            8. asiat_61
              asiat_61 18 February 2016 03: 17
              +4
              I hope you're chocolate now, I'm glad.
            9. godun
              godun 18 February 2016 12: 00
              +1
              Dear Opponent, at that time Lithuania had two options: the first, to lie under Germany and become a working cattle of the third grade, having lost its national identity. Second, to join the USSR (also not honey, but still) as an equal member of the country, retaining language, culture, territory, and having equal opportunities in everything. At that time they chose the USSR ... I heard this from a Lithuanian, while on a business trip to Kaunas, it's about someone who didn’t ask what. Now, on the issue of living standards, you are more than a quarter century free from oppression and slavery, and what is your standard of living compared to Finland? Who is stopping you now, the bad heritage or non-citizens living in your country?
              1. Aitvaras
                Aitvaras 19 February 2016 09: 26
                0
                Completely with you, I agree - "not honey." We chose, then in 1939, the lesser of two evils. Pro-equality, language, etc., is also correct, we shared the fate of the peoples of the USSR, such as the mass repression of the NKVD of the USSR. 1944-52 was exiled to Siberia and the Gulag camps approx. 300 thousand. Lithuanian residents. 20 thousand were shot or died in clashes with NKVD units. Every third adult resident of Lithuania suffered. About the standard of living now, I also agree - "not Finland", a similar situation is now in the Czech Republic, although they had before the war, in 1939 The standard of living was one of the best in Europe. After all, we built socialism together. If not for life within the USSR, then Lithuania would now be a developed country in Europe. But this, as your President says, is about grandmothers and grandfathers with eggs.
                1. Victor jnnjdfy
                  Victor jnnjdfy 19 February 2016 10: 52
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                  I remember how in the days of Comrade. Brezhnev Grodno and the surrounding area went on weekends for groceries to neighboring cities of Lithuania, and all our parking lots were filled with cars with numbers "LT" and "LV" ... Lithuanians and Latvians came to us for manufactured goods. True, then, the Lithuanians made Saturday and Sunday days off in their grocery stores, but the Belarusians then did not become like their petty neighbors.

                  About Lithuania. Under the USSR, GDP per capita there was higher than in most republics of the USSR, including the RSFSR. But Lithuania was not a donor of the all-Union budget. The RSFSR fed the Lithuanians (there were only more than three million of their blessings). The Lithuanians forgot who and what they were before WWII and imagined about themselves what. In 1991, Lithuania achieved independence!

                  And the story repeated itself. Just as after the WWI and before the WWII, semi-literate farmers from Lithuania looked for work in North America and Europe, so they are looking for it now. In Lithuania itself, they cannot create something worthwhile. Here are the waiters, masons or service staff at gas stations .... But in Europe. And in their mass, these migrant workers are not going to return to Lithuania (and what should they do there).

                  Learn History, Lithuanian friend. It has the property of repeating itself. By the way, when in 1939 the USSR transferred the Vilnius Region to Lithuania, 1 (one) percent of ethnic Lithuanians lived in Vilnius itself. Then they came from Vilnius farms ...
                  1. Aitvaras
                    Aitvaras 19 February 2016 11: 15
                    0
                    In vain you are so Dear - dismissive. Compulsory primary education was introduced in Lithuania since 1927. In 1939, Lithuania took the 5th place in the export of oil in Europe. 40 thousand new farms were formed, and in the same year, the Lithuanian basketball team became the European champion. ”This process was then characteristic of all of Europe, incl. h. and Russia.
                    1. Victor jnnjdfy
                      Victor jnnjdfy 19 February 2016 14: 02
                      0
                      You just confirmed what I wrote above.

                      I wrote "semi-literate", not illiterate. Primary education is also primary.

                      I wrote "farmers". It is not surprising that Lithuania ranked 5th in oil exports. What else could a country of semi-literate farmers export? Let me ask myself: "Did the Lithuanians have enough of this oil to eat themselves? Or export is above all, because there is nothing else for export?"

                      Kaunas “Zalgiris” competed with CSKA during the Soviet era. So the Soviets did not kill Lithuanian basketball, but developed it. Under the USSR, there was even such a "Lithuanian Film Studio" (and now a movie is being made in Lithuania?) ...

                      "Has come in large numbers." The city where Lithuanians (1% of the population) did not live as a species and which was not built by Lithuanians and not for Lithuanians, these same Lithuanians came in large numbers. Those. got a freebie, and now they are still trying to spit in the direction of the one who gave them this freebie.

                      And stop crying that you are poor and unhappy because of the USSR. In Lithuania, their own communists, Jews (the Lithuanians, it is true, still began to "withdraw" without waiting for the Nazis, in Kaunas, for example), etc., were not found until 1940? Even your dad, a lesbian President, in my opinion, was an NKVD sergeant. Oranges will not be born from aspen (c) ...
                      1. Aitvaras
                        Aitvaras 19 February 2016 14: 52
                        0
                        In general, there was enough oil, it was in the USSR, in the 20s and 30s there was famine, with thousands of dead and with cannibalism. In Lithuania then, too, "not very", but it is not called hunger. About "freebie", then you can because Vilnius was the capital of Lithuania, declared by Prince Gediminas, back in 1334 and was then inhabited - most likely, not by the Japanese. About the local communists, that's right, but we kept them in "hedgehogs" if not for your "international help" so it would be. Pro-leisbianku, well, that's why this vulgarity, I, too, can express myself in "non-parliamentary expressions" addressed to your President, but education does not allow me.
                      2. Victor jnnjdfy
                        Victor jnnjdfy 19 February 2016 15: 30
                        0
                        Your education is clearly not historical. In general, it is not clear which, because A lesbian is a woman with a certain sexual orientation. Why is it vulgar? This is a modern European trend. In Lithuania, in my opinion, everyone knows about the orientation of your Dali, even schoolchildren. Are you sure you are from Lithuania ???

                        There was no cannibalism in Lithuania. True, vegetarianism flourished. Especially in the spring, when there was nothing to eat, and all kinds of grass appeared on the lawns ... So semi-literate farmers tore away from "well-fed" Lithuania (now again Lithuanian citizens are fleeing from "wonderful" Lithuania by the same paths).

                        About the famine in the USSR. There is a Russian proverb: "I heard a ringing ..." In the USSR in the 20s there was a Civil War and then post-war devastation. And in the 30s, the Bolsheviks took away wheat from the population, because it was exported. The proceeds were used to buy equipment, technologies, and engineers were invited. The industrialization of the USSR was given with a lot of blood. But if it weren't for her, it is not a fact that the USSR would have won the Second World War.

                        You confuse the Grand Duchy of Lithuania with
                        Aukstaitija and айemaitija. Until Vilna, the capital of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania was Novogrudok (now the district center in the Grodno region). Then Gedimin moved the capital to Vilna, where not the Japanese lived, but the ancestors of the present Belarusians and Poles + Jews. Zhmudins there did not smell.

                        In 1939, the USSR was preparing for war. And the logic of his actions was the logic of war. But the Lithuanians, who in turn met with the colors of either the Bolsheviks or the Nazis, were not taken into account.
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          3. AllXVahhaB
            AllXVahhaB 18 February 2016 12: 42
            0
            And who asked? laughing Or didn’t you choose your parliament ???
            1. Aitvaras
              Aitvaras 19 February 2016 09: 05
              0
              About the parliament (Seim) which we elected in 1940. Then a list of candidates was formed, for which it was possible to vote only from the bloc of communists and non-party people, according to the Soviet tradition. The rest of the kondidates were "seized" by the NKVD of the USSR, in "places not so remote." And the results were the same, Soviet, -99,8% in favor. If Hitler had arranged such elections in the occupied lands of Europe or the USSR, the results would have been similar. Only Hitler was simpler than Comrade. Stalin did not turn around with democracy.
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      2. gamer
        gamer 17 February 2016 15: 41
        +1
        Is there at least one proof of your boltology? fool
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  • Papin
    Papin 17 February 2016 12: 35
    12
    .. "In Polish -
    look,
    as in a goat's poster.
    In Polish -
    they put out their eyes
    in a tight
    police elephantiasis -
    from where, they say,
    and what is this
    geographic news? "...
    V. Mayakovsky "Poems about the Soviet Passport"
  • Zeppelin ml.
    Zeppelin ml. 17 February 2016 12: 37
    +3
    Grzegorz Schetyna in an interview with one of the largest Polish publications said: "To talk about Ukraine without the participation of Poland is akin to how to discuss the affairs of colonial countries without the participation of their mother countries."

    To be honest, I have not heard of such a statement by Schetyna before. This, of course, is a masterpiece. Not only is the pride of the Khokslov (about which I, by the way ??) hurt, but Polonia is also thrown into the world titans in one fell swoop. Metaphor metaphor, but the message is transparent)
    1. bulvas
      bulvas 17 February 2016 13: 00
      +1
      Quote: Zeppelin ml.
      Grzegorz Schetyna in an interview with one of the largest Polish publications said: "To talk about Ukraine without the participation of Poland is akin to how to discuss the affairs of colonial countries without the participation of their mother countries."

      To be honest, I have not heard of such a statement by Schetyna before. This, of course, is a masterpiece. Not only is the pride of the Khokslov (about which I, by the way ??) hurt, but Polonia is also thrown into the world titans in one fell swoop. Metaphor metaphor, but the message is transparent)


      Indeed, even more amusingly, Poland was only recently a colony itself

      We think that they relate to Ukraine like that - because Ukraine was part of the metropolis that owned Poland.

      Now they dream of recouping, at least on the part (outskirts) of the metropolis

      In general, these homosexuals always tried to be with those who were against us - England, now - the USA, and as a result were under us.

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  • tolyasik0577
    tolyasik0577 17 February 2016 12: 39
    +2
    Oh, and those shitty ones. They do not want to live a good life, they remember all the old insults. State with a complex of inferiorities. There is a saying, who will remember the old. Russia could just be blind, if she remembered all the evil that had been done to her. Psheks with their pritensia nervously smoke aside to the floor of the eye.
  • EvilLion
    EvilLion 17 February 2016 12: 39
    +8
    There is such a good European tradition, to divide Poland every 100 years.
  • Coconut
    Coconut 17 February 2016 12: 43
    +2
    If nuclear bombs are brought to Poland, Russia will have a great chance to end Russophobia there wassat
  • VVM
    VVM 17 February 2016 12: 46
    +2
    Psheks have always been prostitutes with a huge complex of Russophobia. Sooner or later they will rake
  • triglav
    triglav 17 February 2016 12: 47
    +2
    Great article! The author is well done! I heard about this, but there are many details. Our citizens should be aware of this. And the country's leadership, if, of course, he knows these facts (I think they are known), we should not forget about this. And then everyone remembers about the poor Polish officers in Katyn, but not about our Red Army men. Not fair. And the author correctly says, it’s time to shut up this presumptuous rabble.
  • Gormenghast
    Gormenghast 17 February 2016 12: 49
    +9
    The article perfectly illustrates the concept of real politics. There are no democracies and dictatorships; there are no legal states and satrapies; There is no universally recognized international law.

    There are real interests of real states. Interests are opposite. All policies are based on interests. Everything else is nonsense and chatter.

    If the United States needed Iraq, it was not because there was a terrible dictator with terrible test tubes and there was no democracy. And because the Amer Sodomites needed Iraqi oil and territory to create the IG.

    No Iranian amer’s nuclear weapons ever scared; they did not want a strong Iran opposing the traditional sub-pin-Saudis.

    Poland behaved as it seemed reasonable to it - it occupied the Tieszyn region, etc. It paid for it because the interests of other states were different. But there was no mention of any innocently injured Poland.

    It seems to the Baltic states that they are pursuing a reasonable policy of yapping at Russia by order of the State Department; that they reasonably eliminated industry, leaving only services (prostitutes of all stripes). This is their business; but let them blame themselves; no NATO will come to their aid if there are no real interests of NATO. Abstract protection does not interest anyone.
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  • Aleksandr1959
    Aleksandr1959 17 February 2016 12: 51
    +2
    "Now let them sit and think about how much income tax they will screw up"
    wassat
    From the movie "Oysters from Lausanne"

    Refers to the inhabitants of Western Ukraine. After the signing of an association agreement with the EU and Ukraine, the Poles became very concerned about the fate of the former Polish property on the territory of Western Ukraine. So far, this is still a "public" initiative, but soon they may also demand at the state level either the return of this "property" or financial compensation. It is not for nothing that Poland was called the "hyena of Europe". Smelled falling.
  • Sober
    Sober 17 February 2016 12: 55
    0
    Yes, Europe is full of goats ... sorry Amurov!
    1. lex locis
      lex locis 18 February 2016 10: 53
      +1
      Quote: Sober
      Yes, Europe is full of goats ... sorry Amurov!


      Do not confuse Amur (tiger) and Timur (goat) !!!
  • Kirill750
    Kirill750 17 February 2016 12: 55
    +2
    If it weren’t for RUSSIA, Poland wouldn’t have died under Frederick the Great, he would have torn it like an Ace warmer. But these psheks have already got it.
  • Aleksandr1959
    Aleksandr1959 17 February 2016 12: 58
    +1
    The Polish Ministry of Justice has developed a bill criminalizing public attribution of Nazi crimes to the country during World War II, the VZGLYAD newspaper said on Monday.

    “Stop making the Holocaust culprit from Poland!” - demanded the Deputy Minister of Justice Patrick Yakiy. According to the project of the Ministry of Justice, five years in prison threaten for "publicly and contrary to the facts attribution to Poland or the Polish people of participation, organization or complicity in the crimes of the Third Reich." In this case, investigators from the Polish Institute of National Remembrance could initiate the investigation, and the verdict would be made public.
    So the Polish government intends to fight primarily with the phrase "Polish death camps", which is often found in the Western press when mentioning the Nazi concentration camps located in Poland.

    http://vz.ru/world/2016/2/15/794405.html
    1. Gormenghast
      Gormenghast 17 February 2016 13: 53
      0
      Freedom, such freedom of speech. laughing

      But the Lithuanians want to introduce official censorship.

      In uk-ditch - in general, the Ministry of Truth. laughing
  • gg.na
    gg.na 17 February 2016 13: 03
    +1
    is it enough to endure the annoying and arrogant neighbor who has finally lost touch with reality?

    I think too what not to move the pshek offspring ?! And apparently they were gobbled up by borzatuha! bully
  • kotvov
    kotvov 17 February 2016 13: 09
    +4
    By the way, I hope that the Lithuanian people remember that it was the USSR that returned to Lithuania both Vilno and Memel with regions ,,
    eh Yegor, they don’t remember anyway. they now have a new religion - ,, occupation ,,
  • flaw
    flaw 17 February 2016 13: 11
    -9
    as I understand it, the author’s evil psheks were reduced to a pederast parade.
  • am808s
    am808s 17 February 2016 13: 16
    +3
    It seems to me that the author just wanted to remind that Poland "Timur" is pitying looking for sympathy when her horns are knocked off, and so she is, oh, what a butting, that's all. It's just that such a goat should not be allowed to run into your cage!
  • Russian20
    Russian20 17 February 2016 13: 21
    0
    , he is in Poland. Here you can paraphrase the saying: "How much you feed the Goat, he will remain the Goat and will behave like."
  • Bosk
    Bosk 17 February 2016 13: 26
    +1
    If I’m not mistaken, the Polish government in exile in the 39th or 40th declared war on the Union ... it turns out that in the 40s the USSR found itself in a state of war not only with Finland and Germany but also with Poland ...
    1. Zeppelin ml.
      Zeppelin ml. 17 February 2016 13: 43
      +1
      Quote: Bosk
      If I’m not mistaken, the Polish government in exile in the 39th or in the 40th year declared war on the Union ...

      Angers Declaration recalls the modern rhetoric of the Khokslov - like, the war is de facto, not de jure) The Poles stated state war, but it’s not really ad)
  • Papapg
    Papapg 17 February 2016 14: 05
    +3
    Each "" Timur dreams of becoming Timujin! The opinion of the guards. Sergeant V.I. Trunin.
  • Vasily Krylov
    Vasily Krylov 17 February 2016 14: 20
    +3
    The article is definitely a plus. However, there is a desire to supplement. The roots of the so-called Polish Russophobia are much deeper than most people think. If, by the principle of the mirror, we go from near to far, then we will discover, in time, imperial ambitions in the 30s of the 20th century, as well as in the 18th century, as well as in 17,16,15,14. Starting with the Jagiello-Lithuanian prince, he is the Polish king Vladislav, if he does not change his memory, the pans wanted to fuck Russia, and since the Wishlist wasn’t so hot, hence anger and envy and hatred.
    1. Balagan
      Balagan 17 February 2016 15: 52
      +2
      The main heat of events began after 1612, when the logs were expelled from Moscow and were not allowed to become the main force in Eastern Europe. The imperial pan-Slavic dream under the leadership of the lords was covered with a copper basin.
  • Geronimo73
    Geronimo73 17 February 2016 14: 44
    +7
    auto RU:
    fact six is ​​incorrectly stated - the Polish corridor is not for access to the Baltic Sea, but for the connection of Danzig and the exclave of East Prussia with the main territory of Germany.

    Two more facts about Poland must be added:
    11. From the time of its revival to 1939, inclusively, Poland had a policy of active polonization of national minorities, with not only Belarusian and Ukrainian, but also German and Jewish, as well as a policy of the actual colonization of emergencies through the resettlement of settlers there - distinguished Polish legionaries with their allotment vast tracts of land
    12. Immediately after being liberated from the Germans, the Poles imposed lynching both on the civilian local German population and on .... Jews who survived or returned from concentration camps.
    1. Victor jnnjdfy
      Victor jnnjdfy 18 February 2016 09: 14
      0
      There, the author's problems begin with the "first" fact. In 1920, it turns out there was a "Russian-Polish" war. Maybe it's "Soviet" after all?

      I started reading from the tenth ... The Poles demolished the monument to General Chernyakhovsky (because of which - a separate story). This demolition looks disgusting to me. But the Poles very much know how to care for the graves of warriors. You can see it all in Poland.

      Ninth, eighth ... The author of the article needs to write about goats and rabbits on some site "Notes of a Naturalist". He is good at animals (he is still smart enough for that).

      There are two inaccuracies in your 11 and 12 points. 1) Siegemen usually had 15-20 hectares (these are not "huge" plots of land). 2) Large-scale Jewish pogroms in Poland took place in 1946, and how many German immigrants (about you did not write this category) was killed by the Poles until now it has not been accurately calculated.

      By the way, mass comments are such that you can’t do anything yourself with the Polish media with pan Duda. If the Poles read them, they will be convinced that there is one b.s.
  • Balagan
    Balagan 17 February 2016 15: 50
    +1
    Gee-gee, and if you still troll logs on the part of the return of Germany to the borders of 1939 - generally a damn thing! laughing
  • Fantazer911
    Fantazer911 17 February 2016 15: 56
    +7
    The poles, as they were stricken, remained so, my wife's sister married the Belarusian Pole lazy, she’s fun for herself, doesn’t work and, as it turned out, she has a family, burned a piston on a motorcycle, burned a grinder, declared me a thief, drills disappeared, mine so! I made a bath with the late father-in-law, spent the water myself, parted the pipes, and when I knocked the frame on the floor I didn’t have time to lay down the boards for the couch, then I arrived and the castle was in the bath! and the answer is, they say, why don’t you do something there since you are not there! I’m a lazy Pole myself, I’ve been going to the village for 10 years, and he became a master for half a year and 7 months as a marriage, so I personally don’t digest Poles as prostitutes.
    this bastard managed to confuse everyone, now we don’t communicate, I told him who he really is and hinted, I’ll catch him in tolerance.
    I apologize for my English, pent!
  • kunstkammer
    kunstkammer 17 February 2016 16: 10
    +1
    Timur looks more like Erdogan (or vice versa) ... swap them - no one will replace them.
    We wish Amur a bon appetit!
  • Andrey VOV
    Andrey VOV 17 February 2016 17: 41
    +5
    Quote: Aitvaras
    I’m staying with Poland’s lawyer, about the Tieszyn region, in the current situation - Poland seized part of Czechoslovakia, admitted Poland’s shame and criminal act, also apologized. Russia, as the legal successor of the USSR, did not recognize the seizure of Polish eastern lands and the Baltic countries in 1939 - 40 years. As a violation of international law, not to mention an apology.
    About the death of prisoners of war of the Red Army, in Polish captivity in 1920, it was a criminal negligence and indifference of the Polish authorities. About the same mortality was in the Soviet camps for prolian prisoners of war. In those days of famine and mass infectious diseases. About Katynsky shot the NKVD of the USSR to Polish officers in 1940, it was a deliberate war crime.

    Ah, you are a vile labus !!!! Well, of course, who else can be the protector of such a creature as Poland, no less and a toad from Lithuania ..
    1. Geronimo73
      Geronimo73 17 February 2016 20: 53
      +1
      DO NOT WORK AND DROP TO SUCH A LEVEL I THINK. BROWN A SIGN OF WEAKNESS AND UNCERTAINTY IN ITS LEGALITY
    2. Pushkar
      Pushkar 18 February 2016 15: 10
      0
      Quote: Andrey VOV

      Ah, you are a vile labus !!!! Well, of course, who else can be the protector of such a creature as Poland, no less and a toad from Lithuania ..
      Aitvaras (kite) is most likely not a Lithuanian, but a Pole living in the Vilnius region. From there comes such a defense of Poland’s actions.
  • complete zero
    complete zero 17 February 2016 17: 58
    0
    well, I must admit. that the Poles fought very well (at all times) this cannot be taken away from them ... but the fact that "forgive me" .. well, they turned out
  • Captain45
    Captain45 17 February 2016 19: 13
    +3
    There is a very good book "Vile of Vile" memoirs of the adjutant of General Anders, Lieutenant Jerzy Klimkowski. He himself tells how the Polish army "valiantly" fought with the Wehrmacht, and then how the Poles behaved when they were in the USSR during the formation of Anders' army. intrigues, as the commander's aide-de-camp, Klimkovsky was involved in many circles and knows a lot about it. And yet, the memorial plaque, like the graves in the cemetery, no one smears with dirt and does not break