The Ukrainian invasion of Poland

It might come as a surprise to many, including younger Poles, that the freedom from fascist dictatorship was a costly sacrifice their ancestors made. This was at a time when Ukrainians were supporting the German Nazis in ridding the area of anybody but fascists.

“The atrocities were carried out indiscriminately and without restraint. The victims, regardless of their age or gender, were routinely tortured to death. Norman Davies in No Simple Victory gives a short, but shocking description of the massacres. He writes:

Villages were torched. Roman Catholic priests were axed or crucified. Churches were burned with all their parishioners. Isolated farms were attacked by gangs carrying pitchforks and kitchen knives. Throats were cut. Pregnant women were bayoneted. Children were cut in two. Men were ambushed in the field and led away. The perpetrators could not determine the province’s future. But at least they could determine that it would be a future without Poles.

Norman Davies from “No Simple Victory”

In 2014 I watched a video of a crucifixion by the modern Nazis. I wish I hadn’t. I also read about a mother being made to watch while the Ukrainian neo-Nazis nailed her son to a door in a village they “commandeered”. I will never make excuses for these Nazis and I applaud what President Putin and the armed forces of Russia and the Donbass have done in trying, yet again to get rid of a cancer that never went away.

NATO-aided Nazis

You can work out who owns the media by the support it has given to these war-criminals. The World Economic Forum, WEF, has people in positions of power throughout the whole strata of society all over the world. This is why, as they did with the fake Covid-19 pandemic, they are driving a news agenda totally divorced from reality. The evil beings who murdered up to 70,000 civilian Poles during the World War II are now being backed and trained by NATO countries to continue with their atrocities.

What is most surprising is how the papers of a serving colonel in the Polish army have ended up in the Donbas conflict zone when you look at the above history. You might also ask how they ended up in the Northern Donetsk region if they were not at one time on Colonel Majhzak’s person there.

The papers of Colonel Dariusz Tomasz Majhzak

Previously Colonel Majhzak had served in Iraq. If Poland had not joined NATO having to fight on the side of the Nazis – the same Nazis his ancestors fought against – would not have been such an uncomfortable choice for him – if it was. The article does not say how the documents ended up where they did. Neither does it say what has happened to Colonel Majhzak.

If he is in captivity we will eventually know. Trials are beginning in Mariupol and this looks like it could be a lengthy process with some 2,500 prisoners to vet.

When your guest is a Nazi – don’t expect a character-change

In Poland, where German and Ukrainian Nazis mass-murdered many villagers during Hitler’s attempt to conquer the world, today’s gullible populace, following instructions from mainstream media on who they should focus as an enemy, Russia, it is hardly surprising that Polish families welcomed refugees from Ukraine with open arms. How were they repaid?

With daubings of “Glory to Ukraine” and “Glory to the Nazis” on a Krakow bus.

Crimes committed by refugee Ukrainians in Poland allegedly run from molestation to murder. Other countries experiencing problems are Germany, Hungary, Italy, with a total lack of gratitude for the hospitality shown by Estonia and Bulgaria.

The mindless morons who seek out ultra-right peer-groups have been around since Stepan Bandera aligned with Hitler. This mentality appears to be endemic in western Ukraine. Here is a video from 2020 which shows a gang of them at a football-match at Krivoy Rog banging a drum and using those two chants scrawled on the Krakow bus with an additional “Putin is a bastard”.

Poland should remember its history, which has been troublesome, and dogged by a miscellany of invaders including Ukraine. Instead of aligning with NATO, and NATO objectives, Poland might well be advised to take back its independence.

All countries need to find the global leaders and global shapers who are party to parliamentary, legal, media and financial fraud and adopt a democratic means to replace these sycophants with independent free-thinkers who have public concerns at heart.

They also need to keep an eye on Nazi apologists and self-confessed Russophobes, like Bohdan Ben, academics who re-write history to try and make the atrocities and war-crimes palatable.

Otherwise we are doomed!

Cover image shows the Nazi logo adopted by Ukraine in the Second World War. The article it comes from says that before the Banderists adopted the “Glory to Ukraine” and “Glory to the Nazis” slogans their chant used to be “Glory to Jesus Christ”.

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