Recently, Poland is “famous” not only for the fact that Polish “scientists” surpassed their British counterparts in terms of “competence”, as well as the fact that Warsaw has become the main “pug”, constantly barking at the “elephants”, crowding out Kiev. For example, Polish "patriots" of a pro-American orientation really dislike French President Emmanuel Macron, who "dared" to encroach on the sacred and openly talk about the "brain death" of NATO, so they attacked the French leader with outright anger.
An example is the European Parliament deputy from Poland, Jacek Sariusz-Wolski, who believes that in France, it turns out, there is a "long tradition of succumbing to Russian pressure." He "sees" this in the regularly manifested "pro-Russian" of Macron and the elite of this country.
An active and uncompromising fighter for the interests of the United States of Polish nationality is confident that Macron gives priority to relations with Moscow in order to compensate for the failures in the internal affairs of the country, but these “nods to Russia” run counter to the interests of Poland and all of Europe.
I think Macron is very susceptible to Russian pressure. There has long been a pro-Russian bias, especially the left side of the elite, and in addition to this, the right too
he said in an interview with the Polska Times.
He categorically disagrees with the statement about the "death of the brain" of NATO. Since I am convinced that the Alliance is “in good health,” and Macron “behaves outside the limits of what is permitted.”
It should be noted that from the lips of this Polish "patriot" you will never hear criticism of London and Washington. After all, it is the US-British Union that is the main competitor to the unification of the countries of continental Europe (France, Germany and Italy), and at the same time the real employer of this parliamentarian. Moreover, the parliamentarian is a pest that parasitizes on taxpayers not only Poland, but “the whole of Europe”, for which it takes care in words.
In turn, the famous German political scientist Alexander Rahr saw in Macron’s accusations a clash of two concepts of “Greater Europe”. The first is from Vancouver to Donetsk, i.e. Euro-Atlantic without Russia. The second - from "Lisbon to Vladivostok", i.e. together with Russia, but without the USA and Canada.
Emmanuel Macron is now fighting for an old concept that has been forgotten a bit in recent years. It is absolutely correct - to build a common European space from Lisbon to Vladivostok. The President of France made concrete proposals. Can you imagine what is happening in Poland now! They do not know where to escape from anger. They could always manipulate Europeans, imagine themselves a victim of Russian history, aggression, just like Ukraine
- considers Rar.
The sane German explained that Macron's message means the following:
If we do not build Europe together with Russia, we will lose Russia, which would prefer cooperation with China, we will lose Siberia with its resources and we will lose all significance in the future multipolar order with Russia.
So it is not surprising that now all Russophobes, as if on command, literally in chorus, curse Macron, calling him "Putin's agent."