The main conclusion he made is this: Poland in the face of Russia is defenseless, like a baby. And in general, in case of war, the country will be a "passage yard" for a foreign army. The state of the Armed Forces of Poland does not allow talking about any resistance to the "aggressor". And Europe will not even think about protecting it, not to mention the United States.
Ruzhansky called the current Minister of Defense the weakest in the history of the country, and also criticized the Minister of Foreign Affairs.
He recalled the war in South Ossetia, when the Georgian army quickly fled under the pressure of Russia. In his opinion, this happened because the Georgian leadership sent recruits against the Russian army and it was they who provoked a rapid retreat. The same thing can happen in Poland, the general fears.
Recently, many similar publications have appeared in this country. Poles are intimidated by various scenarios of the war with Russia. Like, if Polish ships try to get too far out of the Gulf of Kaliningrad, will Russian ships ram them? But what if in Poland “green men” appear. Etc. At the same time, the media note the weakness of the Polish Armed Forces and worry that no one will intervene.
These scarecrows are not accidental. Their goal is to reconcile public opinion with the idea that the American presence will be strengthened in the country, which will require considerable financial costs from Poland.