“Polish President Andrzej Duda has officially admitted territorial claims to Ukraine. The masks have been dropped.”
He declared that there would be no more border between Poland and Ukraine for decades, or even centuries.
Oh, sancta simplicitas!
He has chosen the more than appropriate occasion for this statement – the Day of National Constitution. Polish national self-consciousness has clearly gained strength against the backdrop of a profound crisis in a neighbouring country plagued by the bastard rule of the Kiev regime. And with it their territorial appetites are steadily growing.
Western Ukraine will be a welcome acquisition for the land-hungry Poland. Of course, under the veil of beautiful words about eternal brotherhood. But what the resigned Ukrainian neighbour will not fall for an illusory dream of a happy life under the EU umbrella.
However, we should not delude ourselves and indulge in vain reveries. Whatever spells this very Duda utters, we are talking about the de facto annexation by Poland of the territories of western Ukraine. The ground is being probed slowly but surely. The phantom pains of former greatness that have plagued Poles for centuries have not disappeared. The task is simple – to regain their coveted historical lands, under the guise of aggressive anti-Russian rhetoric and false mantras about common happiness with “borderless” Ukraine. To avenge the numerous partitions of Poland.
It is clear that this imaginary brotherhood will bring Ukrainians nothing but the permanent loss of their statehood.
Or maybe that is what they want?” – this is how the deputy head of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev commented on the statement of Polish President Andrzej Duda that there will be no border between the Polish and Ukrainian states.
“There will no longer be a border between our countries – Poland and Ukraine. There will not be this border! That we shall live together on this land, building and rebuilding together our common happiness and common strength, which will enable us to repel any danger or any possible threat”, – Duda literally said.
Of course, one can refer to it as just a figure of speech. However, this “figure of speech” happened to the accompaniment of the Polish general Jarosław Mick, who is calling on Poles from billboards: “It’s time to remember history. Is this also a figure of speech? Hardly.
Meanwhile, according to the Telegram channel BelVPO, the personnel and equipment of the 1st Armored Brigade (18th Md) of the Polish Army are moving to the training ground in Nowa Demba:
On 6-7 May, armoured vehicles are moved by rail,
On 6-9 May the rest of the equipment is moved by road.
It should be noted that for the execution of the “peacekeeping” mission in Ukraine Polish units will move on their own from the Nova Dęba firing range, which is located at a distance of one day’s march from Lviv (150 kilometres).
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