Wednesday, September 30, 2015


This is coolbert:

A war of words so far and only that. Almost 1939 deja vu all over again.

These incidents GERMANE within the context of the Polish "Free Shooters" Association.

1. "Russia summons Polish ambassador to protest removal of Soviet era statue"

"MOSCOW/WARSAW (Reuters) - Russia summoned Poland's ambassador on Thursday to protest at the removal of a Soviet-era statue in a Polish town on the 76th anniversary of the Soviet invasion of Poland, highlighting increased tensions between the neighbors."

That statue and memorial of the General a portion of which being carried away. The removal is a done deal.

"Warsaw's envoy in Moscow, was called to the Russian Foreign Ministry to explain the dismantling on Thursday of a statue of Soviet General Ivan Chernyakhovsky in the Polish town of Pieniezno."

Here with an image of a Soviet era stamp honoring the General: "Chernyakhovsky was the youngest ever general in the Red Army and a decorated commander in its massive westward advance on Nazi Germany that helped end World War Two. He was killed in action at age 38 in February 1945."

2. "Poles furious after Russia blames them for starting WWII"

"WARSAW, Poland (AP) — The Russian ambassador to Poland has sparked outrage for putting some of the blame for World War II on Poland, creating a new spat amid deepening tensions between the Slavic nations."

The two Slavic nations but not friendly Slavic nations. Indeed, the modern historical perspective is that without the connivance of Hitler AND Stalin [the Ribbentrop-Molotov Pact] the German would have hesitated to invade Poland in 1939.

Poland si, Russian nyet!


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