It is not difficult to predict that in the fall the necessary number of NATO bases will be located in Poland. After all, by this time this poor European country will urgently need protection against Russian aggression. Why? And why are the monuments to the fallen liberators being demolished?
The State Department is not too fond of practicing intellectual games, in any case, if it can be solved primitively and roughly. Probably, it makes no sense to ask for bread. But America and so, without reference, always in a hurry to put a stone in her hand, she just lives that way. The great Russian poet wrote: "He only asked for a piece of bread, / And his eyes showed living flour, / And someone put a stone / In his outstretched hand." That is how a “exceptional” nation lives, kissed by someone instead of God. And it is precisely according to the rules established by it that the rest of the world must simply exist. But it will not.
The memory of generations, genetic memory, respect for our heroic ancestors, interest in their stories and just a human conscience is a completely different world, a world without “exceptional”, without their infernal “values”. The Europe of these “values” has already been eaten. Now, the terminally ill, is suffering in convulsions. And what the next convulsive contraction will cause is unknown. How will it regurgitate Russia? The destruction of the graves?
The feeling is that a favorite and, apparently, the most familiar tool for use in the State Department is a sledgehammer. We are now to you, the invaders, the aggressors, the rapists of pregnant Poles we will demolish the monuments and see how after this you start to threaten defenseless Poland ...
I have only one question. To ask about memory, conscience and simple adequacy is somehow even uncomfortable. Therefore, I ask this: gentlemen Poles! Who and how forced your fathers-mothers and grandparents to put these monuments? Somewhere in the world erected monuments to the invaders aggressors in good faith and in such quantities?
... The most difficult insanity on the basis of its own infamous history is eating away at a country that can no longer, i.e. unable to be adequate. Insanity in Greek - exhaustion, extinction. But the law of life is such that if even patients suffering from dementia, Alzheimer's disease, etc. spit on the boomerang law, it does not exempt them from returning the boomerang exactly to the place from which it was launched. In such cases, the Serbs say: "He who helps the devil to plant a pumpkin, must remember that someday this pumpkin will be smashed against his head."