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  • ross1948 11:05 on September 17, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: looting of Poland's art, , Polish quisling Boleslaw Bierut, Russia Putin   

    Poles Deserve Justice, From Moscow – & Berlin! 

    Quite right, that Poles want their paintings back….



    seven paintings from a Moscow museum that were looted by the Red Army during the second world war, the Polish culture minister has announced.

    Piotr Gliński said about 20 previous requests to Moscow for the return of thousands of other items stolen during the war had fallen on deaf ears. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/sep/14/poland-to-ask-russia-to-return-paintings-looted-by-red-army-in-ww2

    Fat chance!

    Although Russia no longer suffers the scourge of marxism…



    …I tend to think Putin is not, and never will be, in a mood to do what’s right.

    But then neither are the Berlin in-crowd ever likely to play fair and revise the rotten reparations deal agreed between Germany…


    Mama Stasi’s Cop-Out And Boleslaw Bierut’s Betrayal 

    …and a quisling regime in Warsaw…


    Boleslaw Bierut


    …which the Germans knew very well in NO way represented the Polish people.


    Just saying.

  • ross1948 00:36 on September 23, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 1953 treaty, 1990 German treaty, , , Polish quisling Boleslaw Bierut,   

    Mama Stasi’s Cop-Out And Boleslaw Bierut’s Betrayal 

    Much has been made of the AfD’s demand that Germans are entitled to review their historical perspective.

    So let’s look today, as they prepare to vote tomorrow, how a pack of lawyers paid from public funds – via the Bundestag – is backing up Mama Stasi’s emulation of Pontius Pilate…

    Go For It, Poles! Demand Your Fair Share of Mama’s Gold! 

     …declaring Germany is entitled to wriggle out of fair compensation for the ravages inflicted on Poland by her Third Reich predecessor.



    Yes, I have written about this before, but, since Merkel’s lap-dog media –http://www.dw.com/en/opinion-is-polands-demand-for-war-reparations-a-threat-to-german-polish-relations/  – has been publishing negative propaganda on the issue, I feel obliged to repeat that their main argument…

    how a treaty signed in 1990 “blocks any reparation demands against Germany to the present day… https://euobserver.com/tickers/138850 )

    …seems a tad threadbare, since, according to the official German website, the 1990 signatories were the foreign ministers of the Federal Republic of Germany, the GDR, France, Russia, the UK and the USA.  https://www.deutschland.de/en/topic/politics/germany-europe/two-plus-four-treaty

    In other words, Poland never signed that treaty!

    Nor were the Poles even invited to do so!

    More relevant, it seems to me, is the previous waiver signed by Poland in 1953 which gave up Polish claims.

    But of course the ‘Poland’ which ratified that 1953 treaty was in no way a legitimate representative of the Polish people.

    It was a Soviet puppet regime, communist cadres doing their Moscow masters’ bidding.


    Boleslaw Bierut


    The notorious quisling Bierut, first given the title ‘President,’ then ‘Prime Minister,’ by his  Kremlin puppeteers,  was the traitor who rubber-stamped that treaty.

    Hence it deserves no more respect than a rubber cheque.

    If you have, like I have, visited Warsaw, and seen the wonderful restoration of the Old Town, you will also have seen the photos in the restored Royal Castle, of what the Polish palace looked like in 1945.


    Gambar terkait


    But poor Mama Stasi doesn’t want to spare even small change to atone for that. Justice is not a key player in her squandering of German tax-payers’ money.


    German federal govt spent €20 billion on refugees in 2016: report 

    She has higher priorities, and they do NOT include the needs of the German people.


    Gambar terkait


    Nor even of the peoples whom the Fourth Reich is victimising, turning them into the targets of its outrageous ‘migrant quota’ scheme.

    EU Gives Hungary, Poland, One Month to Back Down and Accept …

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