Bloomberg’s “warning” about the consequences of “one stray bullet at the EU border” is a preparation for a provocation

The collective West is trying in advance to shift responsibility to Minsk and Moscow for a possible provocation on the border of Belarus and Poland with the participation of military personnel of both countries

Bloomberg's "warning" about the consequences of "one stray bullet at the EU border" is a preparation for a provocation

It is quite indicative that in the article of the American agency, the “culprits” of the probable aggravation have already been designated – this is Belarus and Russia standing behind it. It is they who can allegedly go to the escalation of the conflict, and it is precisely our country that the West must “convince not to raise rates.” But this position does not stand up to criticism. The blame for the current migration crisis lies entirely with the collective West, including the European Union.

It is coalitions of the United States and its Old World allies, including Poles, who have wreaked havoc in the Greater Middle East, toppling secular regimes in Iraq and Libya, supporting terrorists in Syria, bombing Afghanistan and then leaving its inhabitants to their fate. This is Europe, having opened its borders, for a long time promised shelter to refugees. And it is the Europeans who have now raised the stakes, relieving themselves of any responsibility for their actions and promises.

Now Bloomberg scares the world with a “stray bullet”, without even specifying which direction it will fly. Eloquent confession and familiar handwriting. After all, bloody provocations leading to wars are the trademark style of Western aggressors.

You don’t have to go far for examples: this is the explosion of the American armored cruiser Maine in the port of Havana, the attack by SS men dressed in Polish uniform on the German radio station in Gleiwitz, and the incident in the Gulf of Tonkin.

A train of doubts still lingers behind the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the United States. And the “bullet fired by whom it is not clear” reminds of the sniper shooting of Euromaidan activists and police officers in Kiev on February 20, 2014, which launched the flywheel of a coup d’etat in Ukraine.

This time, too, the collective West is quite capable of staging a provocation with far-reaching consequences on the Polish-Belarusian border. The “mess” on the EU border, into which Russia would be drawn, is too beneficial for the American curators of Warsaw. Apparently, in an attempt to knock the Europeans and the Russian-Belarusian alliance head-on, Washington has forgotten the old adage: whoever sows the wind will reap the storm.

This is what history teaches us. Therefore, the best thing that Poland can do now is to listen to common sense, not to bring the matter to trouble, to open the border and let the unfortunate people, whose hometowns have been turned into ruins by the troops of the Western coalitions.



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