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In the Volyn Massacre, the Polish minister blames Russia. Russophobia turns into political madness

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Polish politicians of the highest rank still openly position themselves as notorious Russophobes. In their pathological hatred of the Russian state, many Polish politicians are crossing the border not just what is permissible, but just common sense. Their statements begin to resemble the delusions of mentally ill people. So, the other day, the Minister of Defense of Poland, Antoni Macherevich, accused Russia of being the main culprit in the Volyn Massacre - the mass extermination of the Polish population, organized by Ukrainian nationalists.


In the Volyn Massacre, the Polish minister blames Russia. Russophobia turns into political madness


Recall that in the spring and summer of 1943, on the territory of Volyn, Ukrainian nationalists from the Ukrainian Insurgent Army organized the mass extermination of ethnic Polish civilians. Before 1939, Volyn was part of Poland, and after the start of World War II, it was under the control of Nazi Germany. At the same time, Ukrainian nationalists were active in the territory of Volyn. Bandera considered Volyn as the territory of Ukraine and, accordingly, sought to clean it from the Polish population. In the spring of 1943, the leadership of the Volyn formations of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (Bandera) decided to clear the territory of Volhynia from the Polish population. Formally, the Poles were accused of having served in the German administration and were in charge of protecting forests and state estates. Later, the UPA attacks spread to the ordinary civilian population, including those who lived in Volyn from time immemorial. 11 July 1943, in one day, 150 Polish villages were attacked. In addition to the UPA-OUN (b) militants, many representatives of the local Ukrainian population also participated in the ethnic cleansing of the Polish population. As a result of the actions of UPA-OUN (b), according to modern researchers' estimates, no less than 36, 7 thousand Poles perished in Volyn. Note that these are only those people who have managed to establish the names and places of death. In addition, the facts of the murder of almost 20 000 Poles, whose circumstances of death were not established, were revealed. In any case, the researchers' estimates are roughly the same - from 30 to 50-60 thousands of Poles have become victims of the Volyn massacre. In turn, the Volyn Massacre became a pretext for a response from the Polish Army Craiova, which at the end of the summer of 1943 began ethnic cleansing of the Ukrainian population. However, the number of Ukrainians killed by the Home Army was significantly less - 2-3 thousands of people, while these figures are given by Ukrainian, not Polish historians. Much more numerous were the casualties among the Ukrainian population, which constituted up to 30% of the inhabitants of the south-eastern regions of Poland. Here, at the hands of the Home Army soldiers, 15-20 thousands of Ukrainians died.



Up to 1990's Volyn massacre was not paid much attention either in Polish or in Ukrainian sources. It is possible that this was quite a reasonable step. The Soviet government and the Polish socialist leadership under its influence sought to avoid a permanent return to the topic of massacres that could affect interethnic relations in the region. Actively exaggerate the theme of the Volyn Massacre began in the middle of the 1990-ies. In 2003, the presidents of Ukraine and Poland signed a “Joint Statement“ On reconciliation on the 60 anniversary of the tragic events in Volyn ”.” Both sides expressed deep regret over the tragedy. However, in 2009, the Polish Sejm adopted a resolution that the OUN and the UPA carried out an anti-Polish campaign in the territory of Volyn, which had the character of ethnic cleansing and possessed signs of the genocide of the Polish population. Thus, the Polish side stressed that the point on the issue of the Volyn massacre has not yet been set. 15 July 2013, on the 70 anniversary of the Volyn Massacre, the Polish Sejm again adopted a special resolution, which again characterized the tragic events in Volyn as an ethnic cleansing with signs of genocide. The number of those killed in 1942-1943 was also announced. in Volyn and in Galicia the Poles - about 100 thousand people. At the same time, the resolution 2013 contained a reference to those Ukrainians who took part in the defense of the Polish population and even gave their lives, hiding Polish families. This was a step towards Ukraine, since in Poland they understood perfectly - for Kiev история Volyn Massacre is also a matter of principle. In contrast to the 2009 resolution, some Polish opposition parties opposed the 2013 resolution, which insisted that the resolution include a tougher wording - that not ethnic cleansing with signs of genocide but real genocide of the Poles was carried out in Volyn. However, the Polish leadership did not want to include in the resolution wording describing the tragedy of Volyn as genocide - in this case relations with Ukraine could deteriorate significantly, and Poland, as the main conductor of American influence in Eastern Europe, was not politically advantageous . Nevertheless, on July 7, the Polish Senate passed a resolution “On the issue of perpetuating the memory of the victims of the genocide committed by Ukrainian nationalists against citizens of the 2nd Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in 2016 — 1939”. Attention was also drawn to the fact that the victims of UPA militants - OUN (b), in addition to the Polish population of Volyn, were people of other nationalities - Jews, Czechs, Armenians, as well as Ukrainians who helped Polish families. In the resolution, the Polish senators called on the Polish Sejm to recognize July 1945 as the National Day of Remembrance of the Victims of the Genocide committed by Ukrainian nationalists against the Poles.

It is noteworthy that the Volyn Massacre was declared a genocide right now - when Ukraine actively asks for the European Union, and Poland is one of Kiev’s main partners in Russophobic politics. Nevertheless, Ivanna Klimpush-Tsintsadze, Vice-Premier of Ukraine for European Integration 15, June 2016, stressed that Kiev could officially apologize to Poland for the Volyn massacre if Warsaw proves that the commander of the UPA, Roman Shukhevych, “did something bad”. This statement is very strange in itself, especially considering that the mass extermination of Poles during the Volyn Massacre is a historically proven fact, and Roman Shukhevych, as the leader of the UPA, is unconditionally responsible for all the actions of the formations subordinate to him.

And now - a new twist. Polish Defense Minister Anthony Macherevich said that the real culprit for the Volyn massacre was ... Russia. According to Macherevic, the genocide did indeed take place, but behind the back of the Ukrainian nationalists there were allegedly Russians who were advantageous to poison the two peoples. The absurdity of this statement is so obvious that it does not even withstand any criticism. To begin at least with the fact that the state called "Russia" in 1943 did not exist. There was the Soviet Union. At that time, the highest leaders of the Soviet Union and its closest ally and assistant for state security were Josef Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili and Lavrenty Pavlovich Beria. The USSR also included the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, the de facto heir of which, in 1991-2014. remained within the boundaries of the Ukrainian SSR, and became modern Ukraine. Obviously, the Polish defense minister is trying to shift the blame for the genocide of the Poles in Volyn to Russia consciously - after all, the differences over the assessment of those tragic events have a rather disastrous effect on the relations between Warsaw and Kiev. In Ukraine, the main support for the current pro-Western regime is nationalist organizations, for which Stepan Bandera and Roman Shukhevych are idealized historical heroes. In Poland, in turn, still can not forget the Volyn massacre - because many people have lost their relatives in it.

In fact, Macherevich actually supported the version that a number of Ukrainian politicians and historians adhere to. But Ukrainian nationalists can be understood - they want with all their power to remove the charges of organizing the Volyn Massacre from their national hero Shukhevych, because there will be different questions why one of the symbols of modern Ukraine is the figure of the bloody executioner of the Polish people and how this can be related to the processes of the notorious “European integration "? Nor can the Ukrainian nationalists refuse to mention Shukhevych as a national hero — in modern Ukraine there are not many historical figures who would satisfy the Russophobic views of representatives of the Kiev regime. If you remove Shukhevych, Bandera - who will be the pillar of identity based on Russophobia?

Anthony Macherevich agreed that he saw the main cause of the Volyn Massacre in the offensive of the Red Army in September 1939 of the year. According to Macherevich, it was then that the entry of Soviet troops on the territory of Poland led to such dire consequences as the Volyn Massacre. Well, Macherevich is a worthy heir to the policemen and collaborators of all stripes. Not surprisingly, for him it was the Soviet Union and Russia, as his heir, began to personify the mythical "global evil", for the sake of which it is possible to justify the crimes of the UPA, and even the Nazis. However, Macacherevich’s views on the issue of the Volynsk Massacre fit perfectly into the general worldview of the Polish Minister of Defense. Anthony Macherevich is already 68 for years - “the boy is not so young”, which does not prevent him from making such statements. Once, in the middle of the 1970s, Macacherevich participated in the dissident movement in the Polish People’s Republic. Given that he lived to great retirement age and looks like a very happy and healthy person, the horrors of the “totalitarian regime and occupation” in socialist Poland were greatly exaggerated. Otherwise, Macjerevich would not live to the present days. However, after the collapse of the socialist regime in Poland, Macherevich began to occupy prominent positions - he represented the country in the European Parliament as a “real democrat” back in 1991-1992. headed the Ministry of the Interior of Poland, and in 2006-2007. - military counterintelligence of the country.

In 2015, Macieczewicz was made the Minister of Defense of Poland. Against the backdrop of the ongoing "saber-rattling weapons"And the growing Russophobia, it was a very suitable candidate. Macherevich is a pathological Russophobe who sees in everything “the hand of Moscow” and “the machinations of the Russians” He accused Russia of involvement in the plane crash near Smolensk, during which the President of Poland and a number of high-ranking military men died. Another excellent touch to the portrait of Machowiewicz is his doubts about the falsity of the “Protocols of the Elders of Zion”. Macherevich calls Poland just as a “front-line state,” and demands that as many NATO troops be placed on its territory. In addition, Macherevich believes that Poland needs to double the number of its own armed forces, respectively - and the country's military spending. For some reason, Makchevich does not say that in the event of hostilities, in this case, precisely in Poland powerful blows will be inflicted. However, it is already clear that for him hatred of Russia has long become the meaning of life, compared to which the lives of simple Poles - old people, children, women - mean nothing. The social and economic situation of Poland is also not important for him, which is not so good, and in the conditions of a multiple increase in military spending will become even less satisfactory.

The Russian side has already commented on the words of the Polish Minister of Defense. One of the first responded was the official representative of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Maria Zakharova. On her page on the social networking site Facebook, Zakharova stressed that, first, we need to clarify whether Minister Makierevich voiced her own positions or the official point of view of Warsaw on the causes of the Volyn Massacre. Secondly, Maria Zakharova asked, “Are there historical events or natural phenomena that Russia is not to blame?”. Zakharova also expressed concern that the encouragement of such statements by officials from the Polish leadership would ultimately lead to the escalation of everyday Russophobia into inciting national hatred. Konstantin Kosachev, Chairman of the International Affairs Committee of the Federation Council of the Russian Federation, put it more clearly - he called the accusations of Russia for organizing the Volyn Massacre as a betrayal.

I would like to add that the words of Machowiewicz are a betrayal not only of the USSR, which liberated Eastern Europe from the horrors of Nazism, but also a betrayal of the Polish people. Seeking out the false, mythical perpetrators of the Volyn Massacre, the Polish leaders, thus, leave its real organizers and their historical heirs, the modern Ukrainian nationalists, unpunished. In addition, they openly spit in the face of the Poles, who have lost their loved ones, trample on the memory of the numerous sons of Poland who fought in the ranks of the Red Army against German Nazism. The history of relations between the Polish and Russian peoples is very long and very complicated, but there are still more good moments in it. Many prominent figures of the Russian state were of Polish origin, among Russian Poles there are many military leaders and scholars, artists and culture figures, just good and decent people, patriots of their country. The incitement of national discord between the two nations will not bring anything good, first of all, to Poland itself.
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  1. Dmitry Potapov
    Dmitry Potapov 14 July 2016 06: 29
    +13
    Judging by his gaze, the straight jacket was taken off early.
    1. Andrey K
      Andrey K 14 July 2016 07: 14
      +6
      Quote: Dmitry Potapov
      Judging by his gaze, the straight jacket was taken off early.

      This soap opera, titled "the phobias of Poland and its politicians", is already beginning to fill the teeth. Isn't it easier not to notice all these gestures of "Tabaki" (Mowgli, Kipling) at all? This policy will lead the Poles to disaster. So is it worth trying to reason with the stupid who set out to commit suicide - it will still happen request
      1. Monos
        Monos 14 July 2016 08: 26
        +7
        Polish Minister of Defense Anthony Macherevich accused Russia of being the main culprit of the Volyn massacre - the mass destruction of the Polish population, organized by Ukrainian nationalists.


        The Pole called the UPA "heroes" Kremlin puppets. "Svidomye", your "heroes" - the Kremlin murzilki! Sala, Ukraine! Putin come, put things in order!
    2. Lekov L
      Lekov L 14 July 2016 07: 24
      +1
      Judging by his gaze, the straight jacket was taken off early.

      Born in Warsaw on August 3 1948. He was the youngest of three children. His father was a chemist. (c) Wikipedia.
      Nyuhalsya in childhood - not cured.
      1. Mikado
        Mikado 14 July 2016 10: 48
        +1
        Quote: Lekov L
        Nyuhalsya in childhood - not cured.

        accidentally fell into a tank with glue "Moment" and spent three days therelaughing
        1. Cat
          Cat 14 July 2016 17: 37
          +1
          Here, you yourself say that the barrel of glue fell "moment". The barrel was made of Russian birch. And you yourself ask why he doesn't like Russians.
          1. Mikado
            Mikado 14 July 2016 20: 38
            0
            Yes, and Russian glue! Hedgehog your mother, again we are to blame! lol
    3. Lyubopyatov
      Lyubopyatov 14 July 2016 22: 13
      0
      I know a Russian citizen (according to his passport), practically the same name Macherevich (only one consonant letter instead of the ending "-vich"), who comes from an "intelligent Jewish family." So the Polish minister seems to me to be a relative of Groisman, Turchinov and Co. And just let them slander and cause discord between the Slavs.
  2. Andrey Yuryevich
    Andrey Yuryevich 14 July 2016 06: 31
    +4
    In the Volyn Massacre, the Polish minister blames Russia. Russophobia turns into political madness
    alas, this is not insanity, this is a conscious eversion of History, with the fur inside, this is war, cold information ... for now.
  3. Military Builder
    Military Builder 14 July 2016 06: 32
    +10
    Maria Zakharova asked, “are there historical events or natural phenomena in which Russia is not to blame?”


    Well done, beautifully said. Well, the question, in my opinion, is very very topical.
    PS. I live in Kazakhstan, and in June I was harassed in places by a hail of cars;
    1. andj61
      andj61 14 July 2016 07: 53
      +2
      Quote: Military Builder
      Maria Zakharova asked, “are there historical events or natural phenomena in which Russia is not to blame?”


      Well done, beautifully said. Well, the question, in my opinion, is very very topical.
      PS. I live in Kazakhstan, and in June I was harassed in places by a hail of cars;

      Of course! And mammoths, by the way, as well as cave lions, bears, saber-toothed tigers - this is us too! good hi
      1. family tree
        family tree 14 July 2016 08: 22
        +2
        Quote: andj61
        it's us too!

        And the Dead Sea, not anyway ... wassat . But it was so cheerful :-), and we recourse . It’s true that we still didn’t exist then, but somehow we managed to kill request
      2. Mikado
        Mikado 14 July 2016 17: 03
        0
        Quote: andj61
        Of course! And mammoths, by the way, as well as cave lions, bears, saber-toothed tigers - this is us too! good hi

        Yes, not just us, but also you personally! laughing drinks
    2. aleks_29296
      aleks_29296 14 July 2016 08: 24
      +3
      I live in Kazakhstan, and in June I was harassed in places by a hail of cars;


      If you appeal to a European court, then a ride. We will be guilty of them all our lives, if only because our sun rises earlier.
  4. midivan
    midivan 14 July 2016 06: 33
    +17
    Well, what else can you add, Lavrov has already been "stopped by", and what I want to say the site does not allow
  5. RussianRoulette
    RussianRoulette 14 July 2016 06: 37
    +1
    Every day, plunging into the delirium of crazy people, I am more inclined to question such a science as history, data and facts brought to us by it.
  6. pafegosoff
    pafegosoff 14 July 2016 06: 52
    +6
    This is the direct result of flirting with the West, begun by Khrushchev and continuing with a sluggish or exacerbated form of apology. "Forgive us for Stalin!"
    Well, once again ask for an apology for Katyn and - to the Hague trebunal!
    And for recognition of the photomontage of Molotov-Ribbentrop secret protocols valid - in general, the results of the war must be recognized as illegal.
    So, this is not a Pole’s head badly. It’s our Kremlin dreamers who are consistently walking along the rake. Or are they being led?
    I do not understand our homegrown psaki. Zakharova voiced the official assessment of Stalin-a scoundrel. Isn’t it dangerous? Peter the Great - sadist, Demolish monuments, rename the city. Ivan the Terrible will begin to be called in a Western manner: Ivan the Beast or Ivan the Terrible ...
    Now, the question is, why the hell do not care about history? Well, Nikita the Trotskyist was a jerk. Quarreled with the whole world ...
    Either he scolded Stalin, then he demolished the church, then his mother showed Kuzkin to everyone. In fact, the collapse of the USSR began with his reign.
    And this Pole is also a product of that Nikitin's "thaw". Solzhenitsyn, the Sakharovs ... from the fine structure into the stream!
    Do not blame the Pole, this is a mirror!
  7. koksalek
    koksalek 14 July 2016 07: 09
    0
    If all this was nonsense ...
    1. family tree
      family tree 14 July 2016 08: 03
      -1
      Duc, read his biography! They are all appointed there from the State Department, and there’s one rule, the subordinate should not be smarter than the boss, or an alcoholic drug addict request
  8. parusnik
    parusnik 14 July 2016 07: 13
    +1
    The rationale behind this statement is clear .. Poland is drooling when they look at the events in Ukraine .. With a good deal and licking the hemorrhoids of the United States and the West, you can regain part of the lands of Little Russia .. and spread "from can to can" .. that's are crap about Russia..Smothet brothers dill, we are yours for ever .. Although they themselves think for the Ukrainians ..
  9. family tree
    family tree 14 July 2016 07: 21
    +1
    Antoshka soon the Poles themselves otp belay Oh. No, I didn’t tell matyukov repeat
  10. V.ic
    V.ic 14 July 2016 07: 28
    0
    Anthony Macachevich agreed to the point that he saw the main reason for the Volyn massacre in the offensive of the Red Army in September 1939

    This is a diagnosis! God, take this priura soon!
  11. standing
    standing 14 July 2016 07: 41
    +1
    Why don't we start our propaganda machine? Zakharova’s remarks are certainly elegant, but they are similar to a prick with a knitting needle, at a time when a scrap blow is needed.
  12. Mowgli
    Mowgli 14 July 2016 07: 41
    +2
    The supreme leader of the Soviet Union and his closest ally and assistant on state security issues at that time were immigrants from Georgia - Joseph Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili ...


    The author is wrong.
    The supreme leader of the Soviet Union was Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin.
    Under this name, he led the country, under this name went down in history.
  13. Scud
    Scud 14 July 2016 07: 42
    +2
    Both the Bendery junta and the schizozy Poles will kiss passionately on the graves of the Volyn massacre under the flag of Russophobian fury. It is unlikely that there will be any more vile substance on Earth than these.
  14. 1536
    1536 14 July 2016 07: 46
    +3
    Yes, this is not crazy, but a well-thought-out company to discredit Russia and rewrite history in its favor. The Americans are doing this, and the Poles are performers. And if we look and keep silent, make medical diagnoses to criminals, thereby freeing them from punishment, then in the end our descendants will read the history of the XX-XXI centuries turned upside down. History is first of all sources, and what will be in these sources in 50-100 years? Polish fabrications that the USSR unleashed the Second World War, occupied the European countries and collapsed under the blows of the American liberators? That is precisely what, if today we do not withdraw our ambassador from this pseudo-state - Poland, and do not put this Matsarevich on the wanted list as a war criminal! And we will not expel the Poles from Russia, as accomplices of neo-fascism and having forgiven the Russian Federation for subversive activities. At the UN, this question of the Poles and their Poland must be raised. Beat all the bells. And do not listen to all sorts of stinkeviches and other hangers-on and agents of foreign intelligence, hanging out on our TV. Enough, we must understand that the Poles are our worst enemies. All without exception! This is the only way to win. And then we'll see what to do with them.
    1. Gato
      Gato 14 July 2016 11: 48
      +1
      Quote: 1536
      make medical diagnoses

      They need to put enemas with gramophone needles (or something more substantial)
  15. cheap trick
    cheap trick 14 July 2016 08: 05
    -3
    they must be beaten by their own methods !!! start propaganda of their own, their history. here for example. the Indians drove the whites into a reservation, and Russia saved the Americans by negotiating with the tribes. Yug defeated the north. Mickey Mouse the Russian Cheburashka. Coke was invented in Saratov, etc.
  16. Aleksander
    Aleksander 14 July 2016 08: 09
    +1
    To begin with, at least states called "Russia" in 1943 year did not exist


    The state of Russia (in 1943 of the RSFSR) existed IS ALWAYS. It was part of the USSR on the basis of an agreement.
    What is interesting: Ukraine, the author existed:
    author The USSR included the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic,
    but Russia, it turns out, no. angry

    An attempt by the authorities to push the problem deeper and forget the massacre, as always, led only to the fact that it explodes over and over again and is very painful: what prevented, in hot pursuit after the war, the finding and punishment of the participants and organizers of the massacre? For a long time everything would have been smoothed out, peacefully and no offense ....

    Now all sorts of sick Poles are promoted on tragedy
  17. uruss
    uruss 14 July 2016 08: 41
    -6
    it all started with a bald man who now lies on the red square!
    1. pafegosoff
      pafegosoff 14 July 2016 08: 58
      0
      Churchill came up with all this in the eighteenth year!
      1. Mother CheeseEarth
        Mother CheeseEarth 14 July 2016 11: 11
        -2
        Quote: pafegosoff
        Churchill came up with all this in the eighteenth year!

        Yes, it is he.
        Being one of the most consistent enemies of Bolshevism, one of the main initiators of the intervention in Russia, declaring the need to “strangle Bolshevism in the cradle”, he apparently brought them to power!
        At the same time, for some reason, being the head of the Admiralty, and even doing it with German money, for some reason. But the Bolsheviks then for some reason campaigned for RI to get out of the state of war, which could threaten a turning point in WW1 and the victory of Germany after the closure of the eastern front.
        Well, this, probably, Churchill himself asked for them (ordered), apparently he wanted to lose 1MB!
        Interestingly, and how did Great Britain with such "rulers" reach its greatness?
        Do they not write in "conspiracy theories"?
  18. vladimirvn
    vladimirvn 14 July 2016 08: 53
    +1
    Some states have a strange understanding of good-neighborliness. As I understand it, it's good if you have a cow and your neighbor has one. You are both good wealthy neighbors. It is worse when the neighbor is a beggar, an envious drunk. And your house can set fire to envy and steal anything. Poland sees its relations with its neighbors as a master-servant link, completely copying the colonial behavior of Europe's "leaders". Arrogance of Poles towards Ukrainians and admiration for Germans and British. A flawed psychology of a flawed nation.
  19. Basil50
    Basil50 14 July 2016 09: 04
    +1
    The article only about the Volyn massacre and not a word about the reason. The fact that in order to bind bloody bail, on the model of the Germans, * Bandera * attracted * all Ukrainians * to their sadistic * actions * it is true, as well as the fact that dissenting Ukrainians were exemplarily and necessarily destroyed with the whole family. That's just why the locals supported outright bandits said nothing. After the war against SOVIET RUSSIA, the Poles colonized the occupied lands and did not hesitate to conduct public executions, cutting the allotments to the Poles. The Polish authorities were not at all interested in the princes * not Poles * or their land property. The Polish administration in the Ukrainians saw an obstacle to polonization and the attitude was appropriate. The echoes of polonization are clearly visible in the 1939 reports of the RED ARMY. The Poles have a war with the Germans, and in the occupied lands they carried out the so-called * passification * with the use of tanks and artillery, while there was NO armed resistance of Ukrainians and Belarusians. They were generally disarmed even from hunting weapons back in the 20s. Therefore, Ukrainians saw in outright bandits the only defense against the Polish government and the Polish colonialists, who were not embarrassed in their robberies.
  20. Basil50
    Basil50 14 July 2016 09: 37
    0
    It is advisable to publish an article about how Poland was created. Who were * legionnaires *, where did they get in so many from, who armed them, and how did the Austrian officer Pilsudski manage to become a dictator of Poland? It is very interesting HOW was the transfer of power from the Germans to the Poles? And of course, publish the name of the * miracle on the Vistula * in order to avoid tales of the * valor * of the Poles. Well, it’s advisable to read about wars with neighbors. Otherwise, the politics of today's Poland looks like something new and unusual.
  21. Backfire
    Backfire 14 July 2016 09: 43
    +1
    Insanity grows stronger. The Poles completely forgot the Third Reich.
  22. prior
    prior 14 July 2016 10: 06
    +3
    You cannot force anyone to love yourself.
    Well, if they climb, we will destroy it with a feeling of satisfaction without any regret.
  23. Valery Valery
    Valery Valery 14 July 2016 10: 25
    +3
    It's not about Russophobia. Poland, the population of Poland, every Pole hate Russia. Russia has a huge "fault" before Poland. If it were not for the Russian state, then Poland would be (possibly) the greatest state in Europe. If it were not for Minin and Pozharsky, not Peter, not Stalin, then now the Poles would be producing oil in Siberia and supplying gas to Germany, and if there would have been Germany then. How can you forgive (without any quotes - forgive) Russia is !!! Therefore, to nausea, to pain in knee joints, Poland hates Russia !! And when you hate so much you can say anything !!
    1. berezin1987
      berezin1987 14 July 2016 11: 41
      0
      But I hate them and will mercilessly destroy if they climb on us. Humanism has never been different
  24. nrex
    nrex 14 July 2016 10: 46
    +3
    Remember the names of such cattle. There are different cases.
    1. Mother CheeseEarth
      Mother CheeseEarth 14 July 2016 11: 12
      -5
      Quote: nrex
      Remember the names of such cattle.

      It’s better to learn how to simply ignore such losers, then you will look, and more attention will remain on pressing issues.
    2. berezin1987
      berezin1987 14 July 2016 11: 44
      +2
      That's right, you can’t lower the brakes. Russophobes should be afraid of us like fire.
  25. tatra
    tatra 14 July 2016 11: 31
    0
    Anti-Sovietism is ALWAYS equal to Russophobia.
  26. Gato
    Gato 14 July 2016 11: 42
    +1
    Yeah, Auschwitz and Treblinka were also built by the NKVD.
    When will the Polish ministers rush out of the windows screaming "The Russians are coming !!" (C)?
  27. Red_Hamer
    Red_Hamer 14 July 2016 12: 20
    +1
    Polish politicians of the highest rank are still openly positioning themselves as notorious Russophobes. In their pathological hatred of the Russian state, many Polish politicians cross the borders not only of what is permissible, but simply common sense. Their statements begin to resemble the delirium of mentally ill people.

    "The more monstrous the lie, the more willingly they will believe in it." It seems that Macachevich studied a well-known book in his spare time, now it is again allowed for publication in Germany.
  28. demotivator
    demotivator 14 July 2016 12: 31
    +2
    "Until the 1990s, the Volyn massacre did not receive much attention in either Polish or Ukrainian sources."
    And not only the Volyn massacre was not paid attention. Similarly, the role of Ukrainian nationalists in the tragedy of the Belarusian village of Khatyn was not specifically highlighted. Propaganda blamed all the blame on the Germans alone. In fact, it turned out that the main role in this tragedy of the Belarusian people was played by Ukrainian fascists from the 118th SS punitive battalion.
    As for the statement of the Polish minister, this is another political trick, designed to whitewash Bandera. It seems that this minister does not care about the tragedy of his own people. It would be good for him to demand that the Bandera fascists from Ukraine, the true culprits of that massacre, be called to account, and not a political show.
    By the way, for reference - in Poland the Germans organized the largest number of death camps. I think that it is no coincidence. It would be better if the minister spoke about this.
    1. tatra
      tatra 14 July 2016 13: 19
      0
      Quote: demotivator
      this minister doesn't give a damn about the tragedy of his own people

      Yes, the enemies of the communists who have seized the USSR and the socialist countries even use the tragedies of their people for their vile purposes, or for the sake of profit they "forget" about them.
  29. Turkir
    Turkir 14 July 2016 14: 11
    +1
    Macarevich is a complete scoundrel. With his lies, he betrays his compatriots killed by Bandera.
    And the second - there will certainly be many polite people who cannot think critically who believe in this lie.
    Matserevich’s philosophy is simple - you won’t bring them back to life, but Russia must be made guilty, even if it is justified. For such things, the Matserevichs must be judged.
  30. revnagan
    revnagan 14 July 2016 15: 33
    +1
    Pan Polek puffed hard. The Red Army is to blame for the fact that the SS Hauptman Shukhevych started the massacre of the Polish population! The Soviet Union commanded the SS Hauptmans!
    1. Cat
      Cat 14 July 2016 17: 46
      +1
      You have to whitewash yourself somehow. Bark at someone else's fence, maybe no one will remember about their sins. And I remind you that after the Second World War the Poles deported at least 3 ethnic Germans, about 000 Ukrainians and Belarusians. Humanely?
      1. Pissarro
        Pissarro 14 July 2016 17: 54
        0
        Germans and Ukrainians. Belarusians left, live in Bialystok.
  31. dchegrinec
    dchegrinec 14 July 2016 17: 39
    +1
    Correctly say, when nonsense goes beyond any boundaries, there is no point in commenting on it. Is it possible to take offense at people who are sick on the head. But what to do when the top officials of the state say this? In addition to the pill, there is nothing more to give "sanctions." Sometimes money works better than pills.
  32. Kibl
    Kibl 14 July 2016 17: 53
    0
    Well, Mr. Minister of Defense of Poland, prepare bread and salt for Russian missiles, because you, the Kurva, are only waiting for this !!!
  33. tiaman.76
    tiaman.76 14 July 2016 21: 33
    0
    what is there to discuss .. here psychiatrists have to figure out what degree of schizophrenia this pan has .. is he dangerous for society .. or is he just a "rain man"
  34. Putnik_16
    Putnik_16 15 July 2016 14: 09
    0
    The half-crazy old-fashioned old man carries himself without understanding any nonsense.
    It’s time for him to think about the eternal, but he doesn’t want everything, one word- wassat not a good person, radish !!!!!!
  35. iouris
    iouris 15 July 2016 20: 04
    0
    It was enough to confine ourselves to a note of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on official channels and the expulsion of secondary diplomats.
  36. Torpedo driver
    Torpedo driver 17 July 2016 11: 54
    0
    vile mug, however !!! The dog barks, the wind wears! Psheks, scum, those pesky and treacherous people by nature, but with fucking ambitions, here’s a classic example of a venal, Russophobic creature! wassat