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Poles have developed a plan for the demolition of more than 500 monuments of the Soviet era

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The Polish Institute of National Memory (INP) has developed a project for the demolition of monuments of the Soviet period. Kommersant With reference to the Polish Cultural Center, located in Kaliningrad.


Poles have developed a plan for the demolition of more than 500 monuments of the Soviet era


More than 500 monuments, erected in tokens of gratitude to the USSR, which liberated the country from the fascist yoke, are to be dismantled. Most of them were built by the Red Army.

According to the center, "in Poland there are also a number of monuments installed at the sites of the death of Soviet soldiers during the Second World War, these monuments will not be dismantled."

The INP project is aimed at monuments located in public places, such as squares, parks, etc.

In the future, the Polish authorities will take care of the cemeteries where Soviet soldiers are buried.

“We are now recounting the places where Soviet monuments are still located. Until June, we will offer an action that will encourage local authorities to demolish Soviet monuments even before the relevant law appears, ”said INP head Lukas Kaminsky.

The newspaper reminds that the Russian Foreign Ministry in January declared a protest to Poland "in connection with the desecration of the monument of gratitude to the Red Army in Szczecin." The statement noted that such actions "occur with the connivance and even direct incitement of the Polish authorities."
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  1. Lanista
    Lanista 31 March 2016 16: 19
    +9
    There was nothing else to expect from the psheks.
    1. sever.56
      sever.56 31 March 2016 16: 22
      +14
      One word - NON-PEOPLE ... !!!
      But we will not be likened to these animals and destroy the Katyn memorial. The sane Poles will gratefully remember the feat of the Soviet soldier, who at the cost of his life saved millions of Poles from complete destruction. And zoological russophobes let them die from their hatred rather.
      PS But the memorial at the place where the plane crashed with the hater of Russia and Russian Kochinsky, I would have razed the ground !!!
      1. Kostyar
        Kostyar 31 March 2016 16: 26
        +7
        Poles have developed a plan for the demolition of more than 500 monuments of the Soviet era

        Scrape the psheks onto your ridge .......
        Vnature "great warriors" ....., against the graves and monuments, not everyone can do it !!!
        1. nils
          nils 31 March 2016 16: 31
          +14
          Quote: Bone
          Vnature "great warriors" ....., against the graves and monuments, not everyone can do it !!!


          In Poland, unlike all other European countries, the mass extermination of Jews caused only contented smirks of the Poles. And after the war in Poland, Jewish pogroms began ...
          11 August 1945 year there was a major pogrom in Krakow. Intervening units of the Polish and Soviet Army put an end to the pogrom, but among the Jews there were killed and wounded. From November 1944 to December 1945, 351 Jew was reportedly killed.
          In 1946, there were already more victims. The most famous pogrom occurred in the city of Kielce, where about 20 000 Jews lived before the start of World War II.
          The pogrom in Kielce marked the beginning of the mass emigration of Jews from Poland.
          If in May 1946 of the year 3500 Jews left Poland, in June - 8000, then after the pogrom in Kielce in July 19 000 people left, in August - already 35 000.
          The Soviet Embassy in Warsaw on 24 of September 1946 of the year reported to the USSR Ministry of Foreign Affairs that in the months since June this year, more than 70 - 80 thousand Jews had left the country.
          After the six-day war of Israel in 1967, an anti-Semitic campaign began in all countries of the communist bloc under the guise of an anti-Zionist campaign. In Poland, this campaign lay on well-prepared soil.
          The PUWP First Secretary Vladislav Gomulka in March 1968 accused the Jews of organizing student unrest. He stated that it was a “Zionist conspiracy”, and in fact ordered to start new persecution of the Jews.
          Since Poland, unlike the USSR and other socialist countries, allowed Jews to leave the country, the latter Jews were forced to leave, and 2002 year in Poland counted in the census all 1133 Jews...
      2. Walking
        Walking 31 March 2016 16: 26
        +12
        It’s easier to fight with monuments.
        1. marl
          marl 31 March 2016 16: 48
          0
          In the future, the Polish authorities will take care of the cemeteries where Soviet soldiers are buried.

          I’m even afraid to imagine how they will take care of the cemeteries where Soviet soldiers are buried ...
        2. bocsman
          bocsman 31 March 2016 17: 19
          +2
          Quote: Hiking
          It’s easier to fight with monuments.


          Of course they won’t. But I consider the duty of Russia to punish presumptuous scum! Yes, so that they would forever hunt disappeared raise their hands to the sacred! And there are many ways!
      3. neo.
        neo. 31 March 2016 16: 42
        +1
        Quote: sever.56
        One word - NON-PEOPLE ... !!!
        These Polish "patriots" are the same abomination as "patriots"
        But we will not be likened to these animals and destroy the Katyn memorial.
        In no case. This is blasphemous and low!
        And they would have raised such a stink!
      4. Rus2012
        Rus2012 31 March 2016 17: 08
        +3
        Quote: sever.56
        One word - NON-PEOPLE

        /// just psheki delete themselves from History ...
        Fuck when we still will release them!
        And the time is already coming - when the Islamists WILL BE DEVELOPING THEM: to force the little girls - the Islamist-Janissaries will go on. Here will be the time ...
        1. Oorfene Deuce
          Oorfene Deuce 31 March 2016 19: 22
          +6
          Quote: Rus2012
          just psheki delete themselves from History ...

          Poland in history, it’s like a passage yard.
      5. dark_65
        dark_65 31 March 2016 17: 11
        +2
        but they are? -Sane Poles. Ukrainians. Georgians ... other ... is there?
        1. Oorfene Deuce
          Oorfene Deuce 31 March 2016 19: 36
          +1
          Quote: dark_65
          but they are? -Sane Poles. Ukrainians. Georgians ... other ... is there?

          I am sure that there is. Talking negatively about everyone is not right (not a reproach to you). Adequate and bright heads should be present in any ethnic group. Only now mass informational propaganda hysteria brainwashes so that they are in the minority.
      6. Wolverine
        Wolverine 31 March 2016 21: 54
        +1
        We all write down, remember, the time will come and put everything in its place ... am
    2. vlad66
      vlad66 31 March 2016 16: 26
      +11
      One word only comes to the mind of the Polatska, that the horses may be given data, that the thing is vile with one shit smeared.
    3. Finches
      Finches 31 March 2016 16: 27
      +5
      After death, our wars continue to inspire Polish, Ukrainian, Georgian, Baltic ... fascists with fear! Monuments to our wars by horror of animals - act on ghouls, like a ray of the Sun, even many decades later ....!
    4. Douglas
      Douglas 31 March 2016 16: 38
      -3
      There was nothing else to expect from the psheks.
      ч
      Why do you think so?
      1. Lanista
        Lanista 31 March 2016 16: 53
        +5
        Because the Pshek national policy, like the Pshek mentality, is generally expressed by two formulas. The main one is "from mozha to mozha", additional (if the main one does not work) - "where the wind blows".
      2. marl
        marl 31 March 2016 16: 54
        +1
        Quote: Douglas
        Why do you think so?

        Are there any other options besides vandalism, to which, for more than a year, monuments to our soldiers in Poland have been exposed to? It would be great if they had a place to be ...
    5. Vend
      Vend 31 March 2016 17: 03
      +5
      Quote: Lanista
      There was nothing else to expect from the psheks.

      When the Muslim world begins to destroy European architectural monuments, the Poles will remember how they treated the memory of Soviet soldiers. Let it be late.
    6. goncharov.62
      goncharov.62 31 March 2016 17: 46
      +1
      Nothing else could be expected from the pshek. "-
      They have a right. This is their Polonius, and this is their conscience and memory.
      And we have the right to send you to a known address next time. Or do not wait for the next time ...
  2. AlexTires
    AlexTires 31 March 2016 16: 19
    +11
    When will they already work out a demolition plan for Poland somewhere ...? In the end, its existence and the existence of the Poles - the main monument of the USSR in that territory, if we already include the logic to the stop.
    1. Baloo
      Baloo 31 March 2016 16: 44
      +1
      Here they will tear down the ruin, then the FSA will take up Poland.
  3. drilled
    drilled 31 March 2016 16: 20
    +9
    The Germans strangled you a little, creatures. Oh little!
    1. Douglas
      Douglas 31 March 2016 16: 42
      -11%
      The Germans strangled you a little, creatures. Oh little

      So not only their Germans strangled. That's why they want to remove the monuments.
      1. APASUS
        APASUS 31 March 2016 19: 17
        +1
        Quote: Douglas
        The Germans strangled you a little, creatures. Oh little

        So not only their Germans strangled. That's why they want to remove the monuments.

        Have you seen somewhere so that the occupiers lived worse than the occupied ??
        But the Poles under the USSR lived much better than the average resident of the RSFSR, and they probably should not say that it is better than in the Uzbek SSR or Tajik SSR.
      2. Victorio
        Victorio 31 March 2016 22: 41
        0
        Quote: Douglas
        The Germans strangled you a little, creatures. Oh little

        So not only their Germans strangled. That's why they want to remove the monuments.

        ====
        Pshekam - you do not want to see these monuments in yourselves, disassemble in a civilized manner, but send / send to Russia.
  4. RUSS
    RUSS 31 March 2016 16: 20
    +8
    Poles violate agreements on mutual protection and care of monuments and burials, we are waiting for a response from our authorities.
    1. AlexTires
      AlexTires 31 March 2016 16: 28
      0
      Quote: RUSS
      We are waiting for an answer from our authorities.

      I can directly answer right now that I express regret ....
      1. Havoc
        Havoc 31 March 2016 16: 56
        +2
        Quote: AlexTires
        Quote: RUSS
        We are waiting for an answer from our authorities.

        I can directly answer right now that I express regret ....


        And what do you suggest, demolish their memorials and become like barbarians. In Russia, one monument was demolished, this is a monument to Dzerzhinsky and this is a national disgrace.
        1. cap
          cap 31 March 2016 17: 12
          +9
          Quote: Havoc
          And what do you suggest, demolish their memorials and become like barbarians. In Russia, one monument was demolished, this is a monument to Dzerzhinsky and this is a national disgrace.

          Felix Edmundovich will return to his place.
          I had a prophetic dream.
          fadfad
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          2. RUSS
            RUSS 31 March 2016 17: 29
            +1
            Quote: cap
            Felix Edmundovich will return to his place. I have a prophetic dream.

            In 2002, Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov proposed the return of the monument to Dzerzhinsky on Lubyanka Square and took the initiative to hold a referendum on this subject. [5] However, later Luzhkov was forced to abandon this idea because of public protests. [6]
            In October 2013, the press reported that the Moscow City Duma had decided to restore the monument and return it to Lubyanka Square and that preliminary restoration of the monument would cost 50 million rubles [7]. This information was later refuted [8].
            On June 12, 2015, the Moscow City Election Commission authorized the Communist Party of the Russian Federation to hold a referendum in Moscow on the restoration of the monument to Felix Dzerzhinsky on Lubyanka Square. Supporters of Gennady Zyuganov managed to collect 150 thousand signatures for the referendum. The campaign was carried out under the slogan “Iron Will is a Strong Russia,” but the very next day, the head of the Moscow city party committee, Valery Rashkin, said that no one would ever hand over these signatures: “We are postponing the delivery of signature sheets ... until a court decision and a monumental commission decision art and then we will continue the struggle for a new referendum
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      3. RUSS
        RUSS 31 March 2016 16: 59
        +2
        Quote: AlexTires
        I can directly answer right now that I express regret ....

        The plans of the Polish authorities for the mass demolition of Soviet monuments are a manifestation of vandalism and overt cynicism. This opinion was expressed by the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova during a March 31 briefing.

        “Such intentions indicate that Warsaw refuses to accept our repeated calls for prudence,” she added.
        1. Russia
          Russia 31 March 2016 17: 32
          0
          “Such intentions indicate that Warsaw refuses to accept our repeated calls for prudence”

          Prudence and modern Europe are, in principle, incompatible things at the moment, judging by what she (Europe) does over herself.
    2. kepmor
      kepmor 31 March 2016 16: 31
      +6
      But you should not wait, due to the lack of these objects in our territory!
      Have Psheks ever liberated Russia from anyone?
      I don’t remember such an action ...
      Luli received from us regularly and constantly ... it was like that.
      So we have nothing to bear!
      1. Douglas
        Douglas 31 March 2016 16: 48
        0
        Luli received from us regularly and constantly ... it was like that.
        So we have nothing to bear!

        I completely agree. Luley received from RUSSIA, that's why the monuments are removed.
    3. Douglas
      Douglas 31 March 2016 16: 43
      +1
      Poles violate agreements on mutual protection and care of monuments and burials, we are waiting for a response from our authorities.

      They will say that they are not doing beautifully, that’s the whole answer.
  5. eskanderRUS
    eskanderRUS 31 March 2016 16: 22
    +5
    Europe does not remember the good! Our grandfathers liberated, perished, saved Europe and, as a result, the complete emptiness of their own memory and oblivion of their history. There is no point in helping future Europeans, they are guaranteed extinction and self-destruction.
    1. Douglas
      Douglas 31 March 2016 16: 50
      0
      Our grandfathers freed, perished

      I apologize, but not for Europe. And for his country.
      1. dauria
        dauria 31 March 2016 17: 13
        +1
        I apologize, but not for Europe. And for his country.


        Excuse me, did the country give you the authority to do this? And it’s awkward somehow.
        1. Douglas
          Douglas 31 March 2016 17: 18
          0
          Excuse me, did the country give you the authority to do this? And it’s awkward somehow.

          Do you think that our grandfathers for Europe perished?
  6. Mixweb
    Mixweb 31 March 2016 16: 22
    +5
    In the future, the Polish authorities will take care of the cemeteries where Soviet soldiers are buried.

    Take care as well as the monuments ??? But in general, apparently the Poles have nothing to do but to demolish the monuments to those who liberated them. There are no problems in the country, as in country 404. Once again, I am convinced that Shapoklyak was right. Who helps people spends time in vain. Here is another confirmation.
  7. Dezinto
    Dezinto 31 March 2016 16: 22
    +3
    They freed them from the Nazis. “Now here comes the pseudo-chiefs. THANKS.”

    Pana their mother.
  8. horoh
    horoh 31 March 2016 16: 23
    +2
    In how their Americans have, that psheks do nothing more than how to demolish monuments. Deb ... bl ..
  9. An60
    An60 31 March 2016 16: 24
    +6
    Asphalting the grave in Katyn and the crash site of a presidential plane!
    1. Douglas
      Douglas 31 March 2016 16: 52
      +2
      Asphalting the grave in Katyn and the crash site of a presidential plane!

      And what will become easier for you? So how do you differ from them?
  10. avt
    avt 31 March 2016 16: 25
    +3
    Well, okay, when the Germans, as part of their assistance in the fight against the communist past - the "occupation" of Poland, take back the lands that Stalin had slaughtered by him, well, we will not intervene. We were not there.
    Quote: RUSS
    Poles violate agreements on mutual protection and care of monuments and burials,

    And here the gitrovzhopye Poles have already announced - we will not demolish them at the burial sites ....... for now, well, they’ll see how they drive. Here’s the monument to Konev that they demolished ..... in vain, our scouts with Krakow were wriggling ....
  11. APS
    APS 31 March 2016 16: 25
    +4
    The shortsightedness of the Poles is simply amazing. And a lot of self-confidence in their impunity. I am sure that after the demolition of the monuments, they still have everything ahead and apples are just flowers ...
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  13. avg-mgn
    avg-mgn 31 March 2016 16: 28
    +1
    In less than a year, two years, Poland will repeat the fate of a neighbor. What does their story teach nothing? Suicides.
  14. Rokossovsky
    Rokossovsky 31 March 2016 16: 29
    +5
    Kommersant reports with reference to the Polish Cultural Center located in Kaliningrad

    What cultural center ?! What kind of Polish culture can we talk about after such news ?! Close to hell! am
  15. Bulrumeb
    Bulrumeb 31 March 2016 16: 29
    +4
    Poles have developed a plan for the demolition of more than 500 monuments of the Soviet era

    and at the same time
    Poland asks for 100 thousand square meters. m to the Kaczynski memorial. The Polish authorities expect that the memorial complex near Smolensk will occupy a territory larger than Red Square

    In the end, degenerates are already overgrown
    1. soldat74
      soldat74 31 March 2016 16: 40
      +4
      Quote: Bulrumeb
      Poland asks for 100 thousand square meters. m to the Kaczynski memorial. The Polish authorities expect that the memorial complex near Smolensk will occupy a territory larger than Red Square

      Why allocate so much land? Build a cafe there, and dress the Chaldeans in Polish national costumes. And the placards are everywhere appropriate, such as within the framework of "Russian-Polish indestructible friendship." Let the bastards be bastards!
      1. the villain
        the villain April 1 2016 00: 19
        0
        Quote: soldat74
        Build a cafe there

        Sorry, but not the cafe, but the brothel, I completely agree with the rest hi
    2. Pinkie F.
      Pinkie F. 31 March 2016 16: 43
      +3
      Quote: Bulrumeb
      and at the same time
      Poland asks for 100 thousand square meters. m to the Kaczynski memorial. The Polish authorities expect that the memorial complex near Smolensk will occupy a territory larger than Red Square
      In the end, degenerates are already overgrown

      it's generally some kind of sur.
      What the fuck is a "memorial"?
  16. AlexSK
    AlexSK 31 March 2016 16: 29
    +2
    Scum ungrateful. It would be good to transport all these monuments to us.
    1. Douglas
      Douglas 31 March 2016 16: 56
      0
      Scum ungrateful. It would be good to transport all these monuments to us.

      And why should they give thanks? We think that we freed them. And they think that we captured them. That's the whole science.
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      2. RUSS
        RUSS 31 March 2016 17: 02
        0
        Quote: Douglas
        And why should they give thanks? We think that we freed them. And they think that we captured them.

        They cannot forgive us the socialist model of the state of the Soviet model imposed on them ....
        1. Douglas
          Douglas 31 March 2016 17: 08
          0
          They cannot forgive us the socialist model of the state of the Soviet model imposed on them ....

          The author is handsome, completely agree hi
      3. AlexSK
        AlexSK 31 March 2016 17: 16
        0
        It is not we who think it is a fact.
        1. Douglas
          Douglas 31 March 2016 17: 27
          0
          It is not we who think it is a fact.

          And for them, the fact that we captured them.
          1. AlexSK
            AlexSK 31 March 2016 17: 33
            +3
            Yes to me on a drum what is there for them. In the same Germany there are monuments of the Soviet war to the liberator, and nobody is going to demolish them. The fact is that more than half a million Soviet soldiers gave their lives upon the liberation of this nedostrany from Nazi evil spirits and the monuments are intended for them. And this hour this is being done to the peak of Russophobic hysteria that reigns in the West and this is an obvious fact. And I’m not going to try to understand them. For me, these are hostile, cynical measures.
          2. avt
            avt 31 March 2016 18: 54
            +4
            Quote: Douglas
            And for them, the fact that we captured them.

            And they also took away Galicia and Western Belarus, yes, the "bloody Stalin" slaughtered them with interest from defeated Germany. Probably, Galicia and Western Belarus and German lands should be taken away from them in favor of the FRG solely for peace in front of the unjustly offended Poles. FACT - so they mocked the proud gentry. Exactly! You can't argue against the facts. We need to do something. But what to do with the treaty not to attack Poland with Hitler? Well, when they helped Czechoslovakia shit, that's who will repent for that treaty, how hunchbacked for the Molotov Ribbentrop pact? Let me guess - Russia, there is no one else. This is because it is exclusively afraid of the USSR, Poland with Hitler shredded Czechoslovakia. And also, well, according to new research, the USSR is to blame for the fact that Hitler attacked him - he was afraid of Stalin and not in vain, well as further history showed. "Bloody Stalin" brought Adik, the bearer of all European values ​​of that time, to suicide.
  17. lexx2038
    lexx2038 31 March 2016 16: 32
    0
    It seems that they are preparing places for new monuments, well, so we will come - put.
  18. jovanni
    jovanni 31 March 2016 16: 33
    +1
    "... More than 500 monuments, erected in gratitude to the USSR, which liberated the country from the Nazi yoke, are to be dismantled. Most of them were built by the Red Army."

    Well, the Poles are all logical. No thanks, no monuments. There are only ungrateful moral ...
  19. sir_obs
    sir_obs 31 March 2016 16: 35
    +1
    Yes, to tear down all of Poland at once ...
    1. Douglas
      Douglas 31 March 2016 17: 02
      0
      Yes, to tear down all of Poland at once ...

      You offer to come to a neighbor. To kill his children, mothers,
      fathers, grandfathers ....? So who will RUSSIA AFTER ..?
      MINUSSSSS BIG
  20. Dezinto
    Dezinto 31 March 2016 16: 36
    +4
    - proudly informs the "Polish Cultural Center in Kaliningrad":

    March 30, 2016 12:00

    American soldiers have already landed at the new airport in Olsztyn.
    There have never been such planes. Four US Army helicopters have landed at the airport in Szymany. Three Black Hawk helicopters and one Chinook helicopter appeared at the airport.

    Their goal is reconnaissance of places, landing sites for helicopters in this area. As follows from the information received on Radio Olsztyn, this visit is associated with the upcoming June movements of NATO Anaconda 2016.

    Adam Marshall, representing the American soldier, did not want to confirm this directly, but admitted that they had flown to Poland for reconnaissance.

    -So it goes... recourse OK yeah? For reconnaissance reconnaissance 60 kilometers from my house. Enrages a pancake! am
  21. raid14
    raid14 31 March 2016 16: 37
    +8
    The Poles got the miserable fate of a small pocket dog with the owner (USA NATO), its main task is to bark loudly and bite the "Russian Bear" more painfully.
  22. Pinkie F.
    Pinkie F. 31 March 2016 16: 40
    +3
    “In Poland there are also a number of monuments erected on the sites of the death of Soviet soldiers during the Second World War, these monuments will be dismantled.”

    can, will not. This is clearly a typo. Monuments will not be dismantled from burial places according to the agreement of February 22, 1994.
  23. seregatara1969
    seregatara1969 31 March 2016 16: 45
    +2
    this is no longer an act of Europeans
  24. qwert111
    qwert111 31 March 2016 16: 45
    +5
    "The Polish Institute of National Remembrance (INP) has developed a project for the demolition of monuments from the Soviet period," Kommersant reports, citing the Polish Cultural Center located in Kaliningrad.

    Poles, you have become people without conscience, without honor, without faith and independence !!! Burn, you are in hell !!!
  25. Dezinto
    Dezinto 31 March 2016 16: 46
    +5
    - We are now recounting the places where Soviet monuments are still located. Until June, we will offer an action that will stimulate local authorities to destroy Soviet monuments, even before the relevant law arises, ”explains the president of INP. “In my opinion, we have a great chance of success,” emphasizes Lukas Kaminsky, president of the Institute for National Reconstruction and Development of National Memory.

    stimulate local authorities to destroy Soviet monuments


    Something familiar huh? Somewhere we have been observing such stimulants for a long time ...

  26. krops777
    krops777 31 March 2016 16: 47
    +5
    A nation that does not remember its past has no future.
    Historian V.O. Klyuchevsky

    I will add that by their actions they accelerate the process of extinction as a nation.
  27. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 31 March 2016 16: 47
    +1
    But don’t the Psheks fear that the souls of disturbed warriors will come to them? At least in their imagination. They are all religious, dubious. Let them think.
  28. drop
    drop 31 March 2016 16: 49
    +7
    The first time in Poland came in the year 1980. It was necessary to help the enterprises of this country to start production of the AN-2 aircraft with radio equipment. We asked for documentation on the ARC and the coherent station. I did not give, but under the protocol I committed to supply for each machine. We went to the cemetery in Warsaw to the graves of our fighters. The Polish military and government officials were ashamed. Many graves of our Red Army soldiers and commanders were destroyed. And that was 1980 year. And now do nothing. Polish government fueled hatred for our country. I have the honor.
  29. x.andvlad
    x.andvlad 31 March 2016 16: 51
    +5
    Dismantle more than 500 monuments erected in recognition of the USSR
    All gratitude is over. People now began to doubt the benefits of this release. Rotten people.
    All these monuments (and not only from Poland) need to be taken to Russia and built "an avenue of ingratitude" from them.
    1. Spike
      Spike 31 March 2016 18: 34
      +2
      The monument is from the word memory. Apparently, the pshek lost it. And about taking the monuments to Russia, I completely agree with you. This is our memory, this is OUR story. hi
  30. thinker
    thinker 31 March 2016 16: 52
    +3
    Not INP but INB - Institute of National unconsciousness!
    There is a law in Russia that allows imposing sanctions in the event of such actions. This law was adopted by the State Duma after the situation with the dismantling of the Bronze Soldier in Estonia, said Mikhail Yemelyanov, deputy chairman of the Just Russia faction.

    http://ria.ru/world/20160331/1400471547.html
  31. cap
    cap 31 March 2016 17: 04
    +1
    “The newspaper reminds that the Russian Foreign Ministry in January protested to Poland“ in connection with the desecration of the monument of gratitude to the Red Army in the city of Szczecin. ”The statement noted that such actions“ occur with the connivance and even direct instigation of the Polish authorities.

    Well, nothing good comes into my head. Just disgusting.
  32. Shuttle
    Shuttle 31 March 2016 17: 07
    +3
    The Polish Institute of National Memory (INP) has developed a project for the demolition of monuments of the Soviet period ...

    First, a nation loses knowledge, followed by prudence. Having lost prudence gets rid of memory. Freed from memory, she loses her dignity. Having lost dignity, it loses its identity. Having lost its identity, the nation disappears turning into jelly. But this does not bother anyone. Neither her nor the rest of the surrounding aspic.
    Take care of the monuments, otherwise go to aspic.
  33. Million
    Million 31 March 2016 17: 16
    +3
    Ungrateful, vile people ... What else to say ...
  34. AleksPol
    AleksPol 31 March 2016 17: 17
    +2
    Quote: Douglas
    The Germans strangled you a little, creatures. Oh little

    So not only their Germans strangled. That's why they want to remove the monuments.

    In Russia, they are not fighting monuments. In Gatchina there is a monument to the fallen Finnish soldiers and nothing, no one defiles him. Although I apologize, we also have fighters with monuments and monuments. Descending homeless people who pass commemorative tablets on colormet. So that psheks are like descending homeless people.
  35. slovak007
    slovak007 31 March 2016 17: 19
    +4
    Here is ******* !!! But my great-grandfather is lying there ...
    1. yahont
      yahont 31 March 2016 17: 31
      +4
      Quote: slovak007
      Here is ******* !!! But my great-grandfather is lying there ...

      And my paternal grandfather died near Warsaw ...
      Work on falsifying history is in full swing, psheks are "pawns" in this falsification, fifty years will pass and our "western partners" from the ocean will claim that the USSR unleashed World War II, because there will be no monuments or testimonies left ...
      1. Panikovsky
        Panikovsky 31 March 2016 18: 46
        +3
        Dear Slovak and Yakhont, your Ancestors have honor, glory and eternal memory, but the Poles have a short and selective memory, and the terms honor, dignity, decency exist only in the Russian language and Russian mentality. spit on the European plumbers, but their vileness always remember and keep in mind.
      2. the villain
        the villain April 1 2016 00: 31
        0
        Quote: yahont
        fifty years will pass and our "western partners" from the ocean will claim that the USSR unleashed the Second World War, because there will be no monuments or testimonies left ...

        The main thing is that we remember, and our children do not forget how it really was.
  36. Evgeny RS
    Evgeny RS 31 March 2016 17: 23
    0
    I have no doubt that in the future the Poles will get to the graves.
  37. Oleg Monarchist
    Oleg Monarchist 31 March 2016 17: 24
    +1
    Quote: RUSS
    Poles violate agreements on mutual protection and care of monuments and burials, we are waiting for a response from our authorities.


    Quote: Douglas
    Poles violate agreements on mutual protection and care of monuments and burials, we are waiting for a response from our authorities.

    They will say that they are not doing beautifully, that’s the whole answer.


    What do you offer?

    For example, I personally propose renaming Kosciuszko Street in St. Petersburg. The street is named after the frank Russophobe and the enemy of Russia, Tadeusz Kosciuszko, during the reign of the Ukrainian Khrushchev.
    And the Foreign Ministry would not be bad to make a statement with a proposal to the Poles, in order to fight against Soviet symbols, to return Danzig and its surroundings to Germany. Because this is Stalin's gift and the main symbol of the "Soviet occupation".
  38. raketnik
    raketnik 31 March 2016 17: 54
    +1
    YES UNPLEASANT, YES OFFICIAL .... BUT IT IS PSEKIA .... they have genetically laid the victory over RUSSIA .... at least such .... understand ... forgive ... AND REBUILD IN STAB !!! !!! European Hyena MUST BE UNDER GUARD ...
  39. Oleg Monarchist
    Oleg Monarchist 31 March 2016 17: 59
    +3
    Quote: cap
    Quote: Havoc
    And what do you suggest, demolish their memorials and become like barbarians. In Russia, one monument was demolished, this is a monument to Dzerzhinsky and this is a national disgrace.

    Felix Edmundovich will return to his place.
    I had a prophetic dream.
    fadfad


    After the 17th, the Russian monuments were demolished, erected to the Pole and became "civilized" laughing

    Put Suvorov, he notably "bent" the Poles, their Polish uprising and their leader Kosciuszka)))
  40. George 275
    George 275 31 March 2016 18: 05
    +4
    I propose to redeem the monuments and install on the Russian Chronicle with Poland so that the Poles are seen off and met.
  41. Oleg Monarchist
    Oleg Monarchist 31 March 2016 18: 19
    +3
    Well, or instead of Dzerzhinsky, you can put a monument to Count Mikhail Nikolaevich Muravyov-Vilensky, general from infantry
    (nicknamed by liberal and populist circles "Muravyov the Hanger" or "Muravyov the Executioner") - a prominent state, public and military leader of the Russian Empire of the era of Nicholas I and Alexander II.
    Founder of the home society of mathematicians with training courses (1810) [4]. Member of the Patriotic War of 1812 and the War of the Sixth Coalition (1813-1814). Grodno civil governor (1831-1835), Kursk civil and military governor (1835-1839). Member of the Council of State (1850). General from Infantry (1856). Minister of State Property (1857-1862). Vice-Chairman of the Imperial Russian Geographical Society (1850-1857), member of the St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences (1857).
    Grodno, Minsk and Vilnius Governor-General (1863-1865). The leader of the suppression of uprisings in the North-Western Territory, primarily the uprising of 1863. Thanks to a series of fundamental and effective reforms, he put an end to Polish-Catholic domination in the social, socio-economic and cultural-educational sphere over the Belarusian Orthodox peasant majority of the region. In 1865, in recognition of his merits, he was granted the title of count and the double surname Muravyov-Vilensky.
    Chairman of the commission in the case of the attempted assassination of Dmitry Karakozov on the life of Emperor Alexander II (1866). Cavalier of a number of orders and the highest award of the Russian Empire - the Order of St. Andrew.

    And on the pedestal to place the image of the medal for the suppression of the Polish rebellion.

    We must remember and honor our story, gentlemen. And remind her adversaries.
  42. TsShVS
    TsShVS 31 March 2016 18: 33
    +3
    The Poles seem to be doing well in the country if they are developing plans to demolish the monuments of the liberating soldiers. Hitler, after all, allowed the Poles to fertilize
  43. Spike
    Spike 31 March 2016 18: 41
    +1
    You can’t demolish monuments. This is a story, no matter what it is. Dismantle, make a park or an alley and install them there. And let there be monuments of all eras and times. There is no need to deny history ...
  44. atamankko
    atamankko 31 March 2016 18: 53
    +1
    From the bastard and the insolent will never turn out normal,
    honest man, such is the fate of the Poles.
  45. Kibl
    Kibl 31 March 2016 19: 03
    +1
    Poland is not a country, it’s just a dregs of cockroach. Throughout its history, this dregs made Russia only disgusting and big. But now it’s just such a stubborn obscurantism! So that they all could be strangled!
  46. Reptiloid
    Reptiloid 31 March 2016 19: 15
    0
    I would not destroy the Dzerzhinsky monument. Tk is the stage of history that you need to know about. But why is Kosciuszko Street ?? Krakow? Look at the streets and re-name them. Or Krzhizhanovsky. And sausage. Maybe there are some monuments that are unnecessary, but thought carefully.
  47. Guardsman
    Guardsman 31 March 2016 19: 36
    0
    Quote: Lanista
    There was nothing else to expect from the psheks.


    If you shoot the past with a pistol, the future will shoot you with a gun.
    Abutalib Gafurov

    Today they are sowing grains of not grateful unconsciousness, the evil seedlings of which will devour them themselves
  48. skeptic
    skeptic 31 March 2016 21: 13
    +1
    I have Polish blood, but the Russian spirit.
    I hate Polish arrogance and stupidity.
    The Russians liberated this territory so many times ...
    Only the elite and the Ksenzov needed to be knocked out without a trace,
    and the troops do not withdraw.
    If only ...
    There would not be these insults to Russian monuments and
    a lot of things have not happened.
    The betrayal of fleckelshtein-horbi-eltsin
    and we have what is.
    Nothing, Russia did not rise from such a thing!
    Let's get up, come back and line up.
    Wait, panov!
  49. DPN
    DPN 31 March 2016 21: 24
    0
    Here we have market relations, the Plan is the head of everything, but in general, why offend the Poles, how many monuments WE-Russians in 90 years have instilled themselves an example, a bad example is contagious.
  50. BARKHAN
    BARKHAN 31 March 2016 21: 48
    +1
    I really hope that all these cases will be a good lesson for Russia. And with neighbors, and with allies, and with enemies. We have no friends. All friends on this side of the border. Without exception. Always the same rake. You hold it out hand, they shit in this hand.
    Are there any more doubts about Polish hatred towards us?