Poland explains refusal to invite Putin to the anniversary of the start of World War II

Representatives of the Polish authorities continue to bear a nonsense, justifying the failure of events dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II.




The deputy head of the Polish Foreign Ministry, Shimon Sinkowski Val Senk, said in an interview with Radio Maryja that Poland chose the guests of the event on the basis of "modern criteria" and "changed its approach to historical issues."

Thus, the Polish official explained why Russia was not among the guests invited to the events.

To a person familiar with history, such an answer may seem, to put it mildly, strange. However, taking into account the anti-Russian vector, which has become the main direction of the Polish foreign policy Poland and the low social responsibility of its authorities, such a statement can hardly be considered something out of the ordinary.

In the new reality, where Poland sees itself as a conductor of anti-Russian American politics in Europe, it’s normal not to invite the leader of the country that liberated Poland to events, but to invite the representative of Germany, who occupied the country in 1939, and the president of Ukraine, in which the celebration of the Bandera who cut Poles to Volhynia, has become part of public policy.

Actually, this approach of the Poles to history largely explains why the country has lost statehood several times over its history and may again lose it in the future.
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  1. Valentine Offline
    Valentine (Valentin) 1 September 2019 14: 43
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    In fact, all these “guests” had to be invited to these “celebrations” not now, but in October 2018, when, in October 1938, the WWII actually began under the Munich Agreement, when Germany and Poland attacked Czechoslovakia and tear it up.
  2. Bakht Offline
    Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 1 September 2019 14: 51
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    Russia is often criticized for the May 9 Victory Parade. But I understand that we are celebrating YOUR Victory. And what is celebrated on September 1? Your defeat? Then it’s clear why Germany is invited ....
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  3. Port Offline
    Port 1 September 2019 18: 30
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    Surely, the hegemordor forbade them, especially since they are trying to rewrite victory over Nazi Germany at their own expense.
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    Panting (Vyacheslav) 1 September 2019 19: 26
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    While the bouncers live in the world,
    we must glorify our fate!
    The bouncer does not need a knife,
    You’ll sing him a little
    and do what you like with him!
  5. Bulanov Offline
    Bulanov (Vladimir) 2 September 2019 08: 38
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    Not a single leader of the anti-Hitler coalition came to the Poles, but countries that were Hitler’s former allies arrived. And this is significant.
  6. Sapsan136 Offline
    Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 3 September 2019 21: 14
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    And the Second World War did not begin with an attack on Poland, but with the attack of Hitler and Poland on Czechoslovakia and the beginning of its occupation by the Poles and Nazis.