Sunday, April 11, 2010

Russians made a move against Eastern Europe

"But I'm a superstitious man. And if some unlucky accident should befall him - If he should get shot in the head by a police officer, or if he should hang himself in his jail cell - or if he's struck by a bolt of lightning, them I'm going to blame some of the people in this room, and that I do not forgive. But, that aside, let me say that I swear, on the souls of my grandchildren, that I will not be the one to break the peace we've made here today."
Don Corleone to the other Dons in the movie "The Godfather"

It's been reported on the news that a progressive (right-wing) president of Poland, Lech Kaczynski, was killed in an airplane crash near the Russian city of Smolensk. Lech Kaczynski was travelling to Katyn, a burial site of tens of thousands of Polish POWs that had been exterminated by Stalin during WW2. Polish President was a dedicated anti-communist and one of the leaders of Solidarnost, which fought against the Soviet rule of Poland in the 1980ies. Lech Kaczynski was interned by the pro-communist regime, and was later released.

After Lech Kaczynski had been elected president, he steadfastly opposed the Russian aggression in Georgia as well as Russian pressure on Western and Eastern Europe. Lech Kaczynski was a solid US ally and a promoter of European-based missile defense system. In 2009, president Obama unilaterally withdrew from the missile defense agreement with Poland and Czech republic as part of the policy of appeasing the Russian government. The US president carefully chose the day to announce his betrayal - it was the 70th anniversary of Nazi invasion of Poland. Obama's betrayal of Eastern Europe was called "catastrophic" by the Polish patriots and was roundly condemned by numerous civil rights activists and dissidents in Europe.

Lech Kaczynski was a great statesman and supporter of liberty everywhere in the world. He was the staunch ally of the good and a solid enemy of the bad. His death is a big loss to all freedom-loving people of the world.

It is my personally feeling that the death of the Polish president is hardly accidental. It's beyond any doubt that Lech Kaczynski was an obstacle to Russian silent aggression in Eastern and Western Europe and not-so silent aggression in the Caucasus. It is also clear that he was not liked by the liberal establishment in Western Europe and US, as well as the Obama administration - because he was a man who saw things too clearly, and who was not shy to point out liberal nonsense.

Lech Kaczynski was not educated in the post-modern politically-correct Ivy League schools of soft sciences - he learned how the world worked under the Soviet regime in the Poland - and he never forgot the lessons he was taught by the regime. Lech Kaczynski spent a big part of his life living in Obama's Utopia, in a country which was run in accordance to "Dreams From My Father" - and he knew the insides and outs of Obama-paradise - probably better than Obama knows them himself. The "Glorious Future" that some liberals hope will come 100 years from now to US was Lech Kaczynski's horrible past. This could not be forgiven. Lech Kaczynski objected to Western liberals and Russian plutocrats - and it was dangerous - and in the end this is what killed him.

The most likely scenario is that the Russian bear (with tacit Obama approval) decided to demonstrate to the Eastern European democracies that the Empire is back with a vengeance. It is no accident that this happened a few days after Obama agreed to disarm America in order to appease the Russian despots. No reasonable observer can neglect to notice that US president is openly resentful of the US allies, and Russian elites fully understand that the entire Europe is now ripe to bend under the pressure from Moscow.

As vice-president Joe "dumbass" Biden astutely observed in 2008 - the enemies of America will come to test the new president - and 2010 is the year when his prophesy will be realized. Putin-Medvedev clan is now showing to all Eastern European leaders than they can assassinate anyone without fear of revenge. The Putin's policy of killing Russian dissidents now spilled outside of the Russian borders - the gang is now killing foreign heads of state. Obama's posturing made the world a much more dangerous place.


Anonymous said...

Coincidentally the Nordstream Pipeline Project officially started construction on April 9th. This gas pipeline will link Russia and Germany directly, bypassing Poland.

Once this is operational Russia can cut off gas for Poland without compromising Western Europe's supply.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for writing this.

No coincidence indeed. That they were going to a ceremony remembering Uncle Joe's Katyn slaughter may be lost on leftards in this country, but Eastern Europe knows what this means.

Eastern Europe has had 20 years of freedom, barely a generation. Some will return to the bear willingly, grudgingly, after being starved out or threatened. Others will put up a bloody resistance.

With no Thatchers or Reagans out there, just young punk community organizers in chief and European girly men, the future looks grim for my Polish brothers...

And I predict the Left in this country will remain perfectly silent.

Bob Belvedere said...

Quoted from and Linked to at:
The Stink Rising From The Volga

Anonymous said...

From many, many accounts of this, the plane had made several landing attempts, and were told to divert to a different airport due to continuing fog.

The pilot didn't divert, and crashed into trees on a subsequent attempt. This hardly sounds like suspicious circumstances.

If you were looking for a plane crash with plenty of speculation and suspicious circumstances, you could look at the death of Mike Connell, who was at the center of the Bush/Rove 2004 election effort as a computer guru.

That is, if protecting American elections from fraud is a relevant topic of interest.