Expert: Russia will be afraid of a strong Poland


Russia fears Poland, Warsaw's alliance with Washington, and the regional Intermarium project, which will prevent the re-establishment of the Russian empire. This opinion was expressed by the Polish journalist Marek Budzisz in the new issue of the weekly "Sich". His comments are quoted by another local media outlet, wPolityce.pl.


The journalist analyzes how Russian elites perceive policies and the growing importance of Poland in the international arena. Together with the Latvian military strategy expert Janis Berzins, he notes that the views of the Russian elite on geopolitics differ from the concepts widespread in the West. In particular, in this regard, the line between war and peace is much more blurred.

In addition, referring to the Russian historian Modest Kolerov, it is emphasized that Poland is increasing its influence in the "border" states (Ukraine and Belarus), where it will dominate without direct annexation.

Modern Polish imperialism, which is the renewed plans of Pilsudski and Giedroyc [...], is based on taking advantage of the social dynamics in the buffer states (through working and educational contacts, economic alliances) and the establishment of ideological and mental control over local elites, who will look at the regional order, as well as Russia's role in it exclusively through Polish glasses

- noted in the text.

To make the Polish arguments against Russia more convincing, NATO's "military fist" is being built up.

Therefore, if in the coming years across the entire spectrum - politically, economically, demographically and militarily - Poland realizes its long-term goals, Moscow will face a formidable new rival in the region. [...] Vladimir Putin will have something to think about in his Kremlin office

- says the Polish expert.

Comments of Poles (selectively):

[In reality] Poland is practically powerless, so it is panicky looking for allies everywhere, agreeing to the most unfavorable terms

- writes taa.

Russia has only a few years left. Very soon it will disappear, destroyed by the mighty China, which, by swallowing it, will become the greatest power of all time. Russians will be exterminated by the Chinese

- predicts perseus.

This is a joke? The ambassador of any country can spit us without any reaction from the government

- says celnik.

Imagine that in San Marino they would write about themselves: "why Brazil is so afraid of us." This stupid nonentity has always had a penchant for fantasy

- reminds belzebub.

The Kremlin is afraid of us as I am afraid of a neighbor 140 cm tall and weighing 40 kg

- taunts zyga.
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  1. Observer2014 Offline Observer2014
    Observer2014 30 September 2020 21: 43
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    Expert: Russia will be afraid of a strong Poland

    We in Russia must agree with this expert. We will be afraid of Poland. Especially under nuclear ashes. This is no joke. It is so. Why do we need such a radioactive monster close by? request request
  2. Sergey A_2 Offline Sergey A_2
    Sergey A_2 (Siberian Yuzhanin) 30 September 2020 21: 48
    +2
    I'm already scared repeat Strong Poland allied with fascington. laughing War to the last Pole!
  3. King3214 Offline King3214
    King3214 (Sergius) 30 September 2020 22: 00
    +1
    Strong Poland is an oxymoron.
  4. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 30 September 2020 23: 27
    0
    As Lavrov said there ...
    Again, some comments from the Poles instead of the case ...
  5. General Black Offline General Black
    General Black (Gennady) 1 October 2020 00: 32
    +3
    Russia fears Poland, Warsaw's alliance with Washington

  6. oracul Offline oracul
    oracul (leonid) 1 October 2020 07: 12
    +4
    Someone seemed to have bitten someone badly, as a result, infected with the wildest Russophobia mixed with terry nationalism, coupled with Polish ambition and sweet dreams of their greatness. The greatness and strength of Poland is especially noticeable in the pack with the Baltic limitrophes. Well, well, the blind man said: let's see what happens next.
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  8. antibi0tikk Offline antibi0tikk
    antibi0tikk (Sergei) 1 October 2020 08: 28
    +3
    laughing laughing laughing Strong? Poland? Afraid? Hahahaaaa! When did this happen? 400 years ago? Rather be afraid of brainless Poland wassat ... Don't underestimate the unpredictability of dullness.
  9. Potapov Offline Potapov
    Potapov (Valery) 1 October 2020 08: 49
    +3
    the radioactive dump is really unpleasant close by ...
  10. zz811 Offline zz811
    zz811 (Vlad Pervovich) 1 October 2020 10: 51
    0
    well, let them twitch ...
  11. Ivancarafuto Offline Ivancarafuto
    Ivancarafuto (Ivan) 1 October 2020 12: 07
    +4
    Russia has never been afraid of anyone. I was afraid maybe. But in the case of Poland, the question is more of a medical one. The question of diagnoses among the Polish elite and similar experts.
  12. staer-62 Offline staer-62
    staer-62 (Andrei) 1 October 2020 12: 13
    0
    Russia is afraid of only one thing, how not to offend someone and hurt.
  13. goncharov.62 Offline goncharov.62
    goncharov.62 (Andrei) 1 October 2020 12: 23
    0
    I wonder when the cookies from the European Union run out (and they run out), into whom will this windy lady jump into bed?
  14. Dust Offline Dust
    Dust (Sergei) 1 October 2020 23: 12
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    The author, why reprint an idiotic article by a Polish senile! For this there is Inosmi .... There are a lot of such articles and two carts!
  15. Sergey A_2 Offline Sergey A_2
    Sergey A_2 (Siberian Yuzhanin) 2 October 2020 07: 51
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    laughing We must be afraid of that Polish hero in white, he is not visible on the green landscape and therefore especially dangerous !!!!!
  16. Sapsan136 Offline Sapsan136
    Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 2 October 2020 09: 12
    +2
    If Poland wants to be destroyed by unleashing a new war with the Russian Federation, it can continue the current, not smart, Russophobic policy