Not everyone in Poland shares a pro-American official course aimed at exacerbating relations with Russia, which its leadership is leading the country.
The Polish newspaper Gazeta Prawna announces a new book by a member of the National Development Council under the President of Poland, Professor Witold Modzelewski, in which he, not too shy in expressions, reflects on Russian-Polish relations and US influence on the ruling circles of Poland.
The publication quotes the scientist’s words that most fully reflect his attitude to the problems of relations between Warsaw and Moscow:
Being humiliated and insulted by our “strategic partners”, who actively take advantage of the fact that we find ourselves in political isolated and made hatred of Russia part of the official policy, Poland refuses to participate in international politics. In a few days, the Americans managed to squander the sympathy capital accumulated in our country over the previous century. But we know perfectly well that they are morons.
In his book, Modzelevsky notes that frightening the Poles with the “Russian threat”, the Americans force them to buy their weapons and points out that a number of Polish politicians receive rewards from the United States for demonstrating fear of Moscow.
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