From: Polish Media Issues Jan Grabowski’s myth about 200,000 fugitive WWII Jews apparently killed by Poles has been repeated on so many occasions by mainstream media and politicians that people who are not familiar with Poland’s history take it… Read More ›
Ed Feulner We celebrated a significant milestone this Veterans Day: 100 years since the end of World War I. But another noteworthy anniversary fell on that day. Nov. 11, 2018, also marked the centennial of a free Poland, one of America’s… Read More ›
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The EU tries to rewrite history: Outrage – Germans attacked Poland? At the European Parliament (‘EP’) in Brussels, Polish legislators from the Law and Justice party opened an exhibit called “FIGHTING POLAND”, which did not please the leaders of… Read More ›
Polish Americans should be ready to deliver this message about Poland & NATO Despite NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg’s very recent reassurances that the alliance is stronger due to increased military spending, there is growing public perception that Poland could,… Read More ›
Marek Jan Chodakiewicz Kudos to Senator Tammy Baldwin (D-Wisc) for supporting property restitution in Poland (https://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/foreign-policy/407297-for-poland-a-time-for-justice). One is surprised, however, why she limits herself to seeking redress for Jewish Holocaust victims only. There were others who suffered during the Second… Read More ›
from: Smolensk Crash News Russia does not consider itself obliged by the decisions of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe made at a time when the Russian delegation does not participate in the work of the Assembly… Read More ›
Iwulski’s biography is an example that shows one of the motives underlying the need to reform the justice system.
Zbigniew Ziobro’s comments regarding the Iwulski case. The biography of Józef Iwulski, a man who was appointed by outgoing president Małgorzata Gersdorf to perform the duties of the Poland’s Supreme Court first president, is a symbol that shows one of… Read More ›
The 2019 parliamentary elections will be the last major opportunity for the Polish opposition. Either “what was” returns or the old world will fall.
Ludmiła Kozłowska’s ostentatious display through the German state, in the context of an attack on the Polish government, is a clear and obvious signal. Berlin may smile, but inside it boils with irritation and anger at the ruling team in… Read More ›