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Is It An Accident Or The Ultimate Takeover?
Sad Day In Poland
In the opinion of the author, I am very suspicious of the plane crash that killed many of Poland's elite.
On April 10th, 2010, Lech Kaczynski, President of the Republic of Poland was killed in a plane crash in Russia. Many others were killed also including the Presidents wife and many other important dignitaries from Poland.
My suspicions arise from several facts; first Lech Kaczynski has always been a very firm voice against Communism. This from Wikipedia:
In the 1970s Lech Kaczyński was an activist in the pro-democratic anti-Communist movement in Poland, Workers' Defence Committee, as well as the Independent Trade Union movement. In August, 1980, he became an adviser to the Inter-Enterprise Strike Committee in the Gdańsk Shipyard and the Solidarity movement. During the martial law introduced by the communists in December, 1981, he was interned as an anti-socialist element. After his release from internment, he returned to trade union activities, becoming a member of the underground Solidarity.
When Solidarity was legalized again in the late 1980s, Lech Kaczyński was an active adviser of Lech Wałęsa and his Komitet Obywatelski Solidarność in 1988. From February to April, 1989, he participated in Polish Round Table talks.
Another fact is: Vladimir Putin personally took charge of the investigation. Yea, I bet he can be trusted, after all he once was head of the K.G.B.
Will Poland suddenly become Communist? Look at some of the others who were killed:
Governor Slawomir Skrzypek- Head of Poland's Central bank; He often battled against the International Monetary Fund and their rules.
WP Gen. Franciszek Gągor – Head of the General Staff of the Polish Army
Polish Ombudsman Janusz Kochanowski--He worked for civil rights in Poland.
That is just a few. At the bottom of this hub will be a list of all deceased Polish officials from the "plane crash".
I ask that you all say a prayer for all the people of Poland. May God oversee their needs and please let democracy reign in the country of Poland. May the friends and family of Lech Kaczynski and his wife Maria be comforted in this dark time.
I do believe we will probably never know the truth of this plane crash but if Communism or a Dictatorship takes over Poland, I would say that the accident was not an accident.
Just one Frog's opinion!
Accident Or Takeover?
What do you think?
Other Polish Officials Who Perished
Ryszard Kaczorowski - Ryszard Kaczorowski, Honorary GCMG (born 26 November 1919) is a Polish Statesman. Between 1989 and 1990 he served as the last President of Poland in exile. Resigned his post following Poland's regaining independence from the Soviet sphere of influence and election of Lech Wałęsa as the first democratically-elected president of Poland since World War II. He also passed the presidential insignia to Wałęsa, thus ending the 45-years long episode of the Polish government in exile.
Jerzy Szmajdziński - a Vice-Marshal of Polish Sejm and a former Polish minister of defence. Candidate for President of Poland in presidential elections 2010
Władysław Stasiak – Head of the President’s Office
Aleksander Szczygło - Head of the National Security Bureau
Paweł Wypych - Secretary of State in the Chancellery of the President of Poland.
Mariusz Handzlik – Undersecretary at the President’s Administration
Andrzej Kremer – Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs
Andrzej Przewoźnik - Vice-President and Secretary of the Commission for the Commemorations of the Victims of Katyn Massacre of the Prime Minister (1994-1998).
Grzeogrz Dolniak – Member of the Sejm
Przemysław Gosiewski – Member of the Sejm
Zbigniew Wassermann – Member of the Sejm
Janusz Kurtyka – President of the Polish Institute of National Remembrance
Bishop Tadeusz Płoski - Polish Roman Catholic priest, dean of the riverside military units of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Administration, Dean of the Government Protection Bureau, Field Bishop of the Polish Army
May they all Rest In Peace!
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