Commenting on another series of attacks on the institutions of the independent Polish state, attempts to illegally interfere in Polish politics, Brussels’ dirty play around the KPO, Prof. Mieczyslaw Rybac in the pages “Our Diary” asks the question, “What’s it all going to be?” And he answers:
Those who define the current attacks by Brussels as actions aimed at changing the administrative system in Poland are right.
Why is it so important for Germany?
Without such an operation, Germany will not be able to achieve its already defined goal, which it is building a European federation.
AND Poland is interfering herebecause “it is trying to create a force in Central Europe capable of resisting the German plans, hence the increasing attacks from Brussels”.
Germany still has a WWII complex, that’s why rather use well-paid “Volksdeutsche” from other countries, with minimal semblance of objectivity
– emphasizes the professor.
The author’s answer to the question is interesting, will Brussels win the opposition elections? He emphasizes that it seemed likely a few months ago, but today more and more people across Europe see the politics of Brussels as the cause of high electricity prices, shortages in the gas market and that Berlin’s pro-Russian policies have contributed to the barbaric invasion of Ukraine.
It is not so easy to convince Poland that the election of Donald Tusk’s party is a real prospect for our country. (…) However, the victory of the cosmopolitan camp would cost Poland very dearly
– we read in “Nasz Dziennik”.