POLAND AND THE GROWING PUSHBACK…
Amid record cold this weekend (I woke up today to blog, to find all my pipes frozen!), and with the Amairikuhn lamestream propatainment media continuing to promote the climate change narrative and Baal Gates wanting to "dim the sun" (Really, haven't you busybody billionaires done enough damage?), there's a story emerging in Poland that the media has missed (article and story courtesy of V.T. with our thanks):
This story interests me because there are recognizable parallels to what is happening in the USSA, the weaponization of political institutions against political opponents that the entrenched globaloney class does not like; in Poland's case, this is opposition between one national (and nationalist) party and one internationalist party:
There's a bizarre but potentially serious constitutional crisis unfolding in Poland currently, after former Polish interior minister Mariusz Kaminski and his deputy Maciej Wonsik were arrested over allegations of abuse of power. A court has also sought to bar them from office for at least five years, a ruling which they have ignored.
The whole thing is set against the backdrop of a high-drama showdown between Poland’s new government of pro-EU Prime Minister Donald Tusk (only in office for a month now) and the now opposition Law and Justice party (PiS). Kaminski and Wonsik were actually arrested inside the presidential palace of President Andrzej Duda, ally of the previous right-wing government.
PiS is calling the pair "political prisoners" after a court sentenced them to two years in prison for abuse of power stemming from their stint leading an anti-corruption office in 2007. Their enemies have further charged that they've 'subverted democracy'. President Duda, however, had pardoned them for the crime back in 2015 - a pardon which he says remains valid and can't be nulled by the court's decision.
But Tusk has called the standoff "unbelievable" - also as angry PiS supporters gathered outside the presidential palace as the arrests unfolded. Tusk's "Civic Platform" party considers it an "equality before the law" situation for which no political official should be immune.
The other side says that pro-EU bureaucrats are wasting no time in using all the powers of the state to declare open season on anti-Brussels political enemies, however. (Italicized emphasis added)
Who knew that Poland was an echo chamber for the political rhetoric being voiced in the USSA? If the "Civic Platform" party suddenly indicts President Duda an absurd number of times, then we'll know for sure.
On a more serious note, however, it's important to observe what's happening here (or rather, there). There's no doubt that Mr. Kaminski is correct, and that certain Polish and EU bureaucrats are trying to fasten a new dictatorship down on that country and indeed on the continent, as nutty and lunactic policy after nutty and lunatic policy come out of Brussels. Just witness the farmers' protests in the Netherlands and Germany, or the protests against the bureaucrats in France which we might call "Merdisme". This name is most definitely not the name of the movement nor motivations behind the protests. It is, rather, the name for the policies, decisions, and corrupt people and institutions pushing it. It's another name for the demons of Davos and their program. In Poland's case, what intrigues me is that it is ironic that this is happening precisely in Poland, whose apparatchiks - one would think - should have learned the lessons from their clash with Solidarity in the late 1970s and 1980s. Indeed, I did a special webinar in the members' area of this website on what the Poles did to loosen the grip of the Communist dictatorship on the country, and how they did it. Poland, you'll recall, was the country that really began to unravel the post-war Communist order in eastern Europe, a revolt that eventually relegated the Warsaw pact to history, and which ultimately spread to the Soviet Union and ended the Communist state, spreading like wildfire to Hungary, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Romania and the execution of the Ceausescus.
In Poland's case back then there were two factors that worked behind the scenes and in their favor. One, of course, was the Reagan administration. The other was Polish Pope John-Paul II, who during the height of the crisis let it be known in Warsaw and Moscow that he would personally fly back to Poland and lead the protests himself, and suffer whatever consequences the Communist apparatchiks and bullies decided to resort to. It was the moral capital of the Papacy versus all the guns, tanks, bullets, and missiles that the Communist bloc could muster.
Now it would appear that the EU - in the latest version of "but it was never really properly applied there and we know how to do it properly and better and can make it work" - has decided through its lackeys in Warsaw to "try it again." I am bold to suggest that the reason the globaloonies in Warsaw and Brussels are willing to try it again are that the calculus has changed: there is a bumbling, senescent, completely corrupt, evil, and bought and paid for (by China and the Ukraine) man in the White House whose track record is there for all to see. And for another, they now have a pope in the Vatican who is not even recognizably Roman Catholic; a "pope according to our wants" if I my cite the Alta Vendita of the 19th century secret society revolutionary Piccolo Tigre.
In short, the calculus of institutions has changed, because neither the USSA of Bai Den Dhzao nor the Papacy of Francis has any moral capital left to spend. IN both cases their long history of betrayals, crimes, and coverups has come home to roost. To use the popular expression, they are both "bought and paid for".
Nevertheless, it won't work... To be sure, the calculus has changed because Mr. Globaloney has made sure that the institutions that were the problem in the late 1980s are now throroughly in his hands. But he has lost the two most important institutions of them all: trust, and the people over which he would rule. There are enough Poles alive now to remember what it was like in the waning days of the Jeruzelski regime, and it's their children and grandchildren now. And with most of the world facing elections this year, Mr. Globalooney must now "run the table" if he hopes to put his agenda back on track and on schedule.
Will he try? Most definitely. Will he cheat? He always does? Will he succeed everywhere? Probably not...
... See you on the flip side...
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