In Poland: The greatest threat to our country is Russia's activities


Warsaw believes that Moscow is conducting an aggressive information campaign against it, aimed at discrediting Poland and destroying its reputation in the eyes of other countries. Russia is trying to portray the Polish state as a problem country that regularly creates difficulties for others. This was announced to the Polish media by the press secretary of the Minister-Coordinator of the Polish special services Stanislav Zharin, the state radio company Polskie Radio SA reports.


Zharin noted that Berlin and Beijing are also conducting information attacks against Warsaw, coordinating their actions with Moscow. However, it is Russia's activities that pose the main threat.

The greatest threat to our country is Russia's activities

- the official says.

In his opinion, Russian propaganda has a complex approach to solving the "Polish question". He is sure that her activities are based on lying and manipulating the image of Poland. He is especially concerned about various provocations (military and hacker), "diplomatic attacks", the work of hostile special services, as well as the state of the country's financial and energy sectors, which are actively interested in the Russians, the radio company summed up.

Note that the Polish official did not provide any evidence. However, this is not surprising, since anti-Soviet Russophobes are accustomed to and always blame Moscow for everything. They will not blame Washington, which had a hand in forcing publicpolitical tensions in Polish society.

Over the past few weeks, local residents' protests against the ban on abortion have not abated in Poland. The main driving force behind the street actions are various NGOs associated with the American "philanthropist" George Soros and the US Democratic Party. At the same time, the Polish government is headed by nationalists who sympathize with the US Republican Party. It was not in vain that Warsaw promoted the idea of ​​creating "Fort Trump" on the territory of Poland.
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  1. Tamara Smirnova Offline Tamara Smirnova
    Tamara Smirnova (Tamara Smirnova) 15 November 2020 12: 13
    +4
    How can you destroy what is not? What kind of reputation are we talking about? PodLakia has no reputation. She used to be, Churchill voiced her to the whole world - a hyena, a filthy evil mean hyena. Today's reality is that the words for that abomination that is called Podlyakiya have not yet been invented, therefore there is nothing to destroy, there is simply no reputation.
    1. gorenina91 Offline gorenina91
      gorenina91 (Irina) 15 November 2020 12: 38
      -6
      How can you destroy what is not? What kind of reputation are we talking about? PodLakia has no reputation. She used to be, Churchill voiced her to the whole world - a hyena, a filthy evil mean hyena. Today's reality is that the words for that abomination that is called Podlyakiya have not yet been invented, therefore there is nothing to destroy, there is simply no reputation.

      - That's right ... - Personally, I support you ... - But, you see., Madam ... - because we are all very average citizens, average inhabitants and very very simple representatives of the most numerous and most vulnerable from all social and everyday hardships of the society of the state ... - This applies to both Poles and Russians ...
      - Here are some basic things we depend on ... both Poles and Russians:

      As for salaries, the minimum wage in Poland is 51 thousand rubles, in Russia - 12,1 thousand rubles.

      the minimum pension for the Poles is 24 thousand rubles, for the Russians - 9,2 thousand rubles.

      Poland has a GDP per capita of 1,1 million rubles (54th in the world), Russia about 800 rubles (61st).

      - And, if we take into account that ... that very many inhabitants of Russia live in very unfavorable climatic conditions and are forced to heat stoves in the far endless Siberia; then it turns out that a Pole throwing wood and coal into his stove (let's say this) ... - is in much more favorable comfortable conditions than Siberians, Far Easterners, Kamchadals, residents of Sakhalin and others ... - also drowning their stoves ...
      - And .., being the hyena of Europe .., Poland still somehow cares more about its children, about its citizens ... - That's why they are children ... - although they are "hyena"; but still ... -your "hyena" ... - Hahah ...
      - And in all other respects ... - Personally, I absolutely agree with you ...
      - My plus for you ...
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      2. DeGreen Offline DeGreen
        DeGreen 18 November 2020 10: 01
        0
        You should write fairy tales. Citizen Liberal. Yes, at Golden Rain with Bykov and other bilzho to perform
  2. Sergey Tokarev Offline Sergey Tokarev
    Sergey Tokarev (Sergey Tokarev) 15 November 2020 12: 28
    +4
    Several centuries have passed since Minin and Pozharsky, the Poles, along with the Ukrainians, were expelled from Russia, and they are still jarring.
  3. Rus Offline Rus
    Rus 15 November 2020 12: 33
    -8
    What scoundrels they are Polish, so talk about a peace-loving country! Defender of all Slavs and dictators
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  5. King3214 Offline King3214
    King3214 (Sergius) 15 November 2020 16: 10
    +1
    When will the Polish separatists return to Russia, captured by them, the Russian province of "Kingdom of Poland"?