Death Of Anti-NWO Polish President Raises Questions
You Know Your In Trouble When They Can Disappear A Government
I am no fan of the Russian regime as I am still not convinced Putin is not operating for the secret societies. That said as we pass the seven year anniversary of the assassination of almost the entire Polish leadership, yet again exposes the mainstream media and politicians to be nothing better than an example of those of an unclean spirit. As we reach April 10th and the seven year anniversary the media is celebrating this black op under the direction of the combine of secret societies blaming Russia once again for everything.
Why is this point important? If we allow the scam to continue we will be in a world war before the year is out. No children of the political and elitist class will serve in any dangerous aspect of the war it will be our children forced under conscription to kill and die for the secret societies and the elites that control them.
President Lech Kaczynski died in a plane crash on April 10, 2010, along with his wife and 94 others, many of them top members of Poland’s political and military elite. They were flying to an airport near Smolensk, Russia, to pay tribute to some 22,000 Polish officers killed in the Katyn massacres by the Soviet secret police during World War II.
Hitler and the secret societies he fronted, in his rise to war, killed more Freemasons and Catholics than history would dare suggest, covered with the ever espoused script of Jewish holocaust, the same strategy is being employed today as they relentlessly entrap any and all groupings of people, be they religious or other, that oppose the agenda of the secret societies.
I looked upon this evil as I look upon the night of the long knifes in Germany, and for the insight needed today as to which branch of the combine was most likely responsible, Shimon Peres gives that insight as to who the benefactors of the destruction of an entire elected leadership sharing the same disdain for the new world order :
Shimon Perez Israeli President: We Are Buying Up Manhattan, Hungary, Romania And Poland, 2008
By Victor Thorn
Airplane crashes have historically been a favourite method of political assassinations, with Ron Brown and John F. Kennedy, Jr. being two recent examples. Can we now add Polish President Lech Kaczynski and nearly his entire government to the list? Although motive doesn’t need to be proved in a murder trial, plenty of motives certainly exist if we examine one primary set of culprits: those who head the European Union.
Writer James Buchanan provides an opening argument in an April 11 article.
“Whenever politicians die ‘accidentally,’ it’s worthwhile to see if the deceased politicians had been doing anything that may have angered the New World Order, which in Europe takes the form of the European Union (EU), whose main goals include forcing all European nations under its control to have a single currency and to allow an unlimited flood of immigrants from the Third World,” wrote Buchanan.
Kaczynski fit this bill on numerous fronts. As a strong nationalist with conservative, pro-Catholic values who ran an anti-corruption, anti-homosexual campaign; he also sought to purge Poland of its former Communist elements. Kaczynski also believed in placing his home country’s markets and economy ahead of the EU’s collectivist, global agenda.
One move specifically infuriated the financial cabal. The National Bank of Poland and Kaczynski’s Cabinet members agreed to weaken their currency, the zloty, in order to make goods exported to other EU trading partners less expensive, thereby directly benefiting their people. The following day, Kaczynski, the president of Poland’s central bank, the Polish army’s chief of staff, the deputy foreign minister, the parliament speaker, all military service chiefs and the intelligence director—in fact, 96 people total—died in Smolensk, Russia.
The “coincidence” is alarming, especially since Poland was the only EU member whose economy grew in an otherwise stagnant 2009 market. The reason for this growth can be traced to Kaczynski bucking the system in numerous ways. First, he and his central bank president, Slawomir Skrzypek, both harboured a great deal of distrust for the euro, and showed great resistance in adopting it. Similarly, unlike Greece and Spain, the Poles refused to take part in the EU’s loan-shark operations, which essentially dictated that a nation’s sovereignty would be surrendered to a gang of usurers.
As journalists Judy Dempsey and Diane Cardwell wrote on April 10, these policy decisions “frequently put Poland on a collision course with its European Union partners.”
The bankers also didn’t view Kaczynski as a “team player,” because he balked at the Lisbon Reform Treaty, which would establish a long-term EU president, while also refusing to participate in the bailout of several insurance companies and lending institutions.
Another factor of great significance is the time and place of this plane crash. Kaczynski and nearly the entirety of his government were due to attend a 70th anniversary commemoration of the Katyn Forest Massacre.
During WWII, Stalin’s death squads engaged in an atrocious slaughter. According to UK politician and European Parliament member Daniel Hannan, “70 years ago, almost to the day, 21,768 Polish army officers, intellectuals and senior civil servants were murdered by the Soviet NKVD in the forest near Katyn.”
For decades, the Nazis were blamed for this genocidal act, in a cover-up perpetrated by the U.S. government. Tragically, Kaczynski’s plane crashed only a few miles from where this original bloodbath occurred.
By honouring these war dead, both Kaczynski and Russia’s Vladimir Putin highlighted the true monsters behind this carnage.
Writer Buchanan uses expert analysis in his article. “The trip to Smolensk was to honour the memory of Polish POWs murdered by the Communists during World War II,” wrote Buchanan. “The Jews don’t like any ‘competition’ to their Holocaust.”
He added, “Kaczynski was not only throwing a spotlight on a mass murder by Communists, he was throwing a spotlight on a mass murder by Communist Jews. Jews played a key role in Communism, and Jews were often the commissars who were shooting defenceless dissidents and POWs. President Kaczynski had promised to go after Communist murderers who had killed Poles during the long Communist occupation. Many of those war criminals were Jews, some of whom are still living in Israel or the United States.”
Further, Kaczynski’s two primary coalitions were strongly nationalistic, Catholic oriented and often described by critics as being “anti-Semitic.” In this vein, it’s clear why the blame game began so quickly, with an assortment of red herrings to divert attention away from those who saw Kaczynski as an enemy of the Zionist-EU cartel.
Name Age Position
|AgackaJoanna Agacka-Indecka||45||President of the Polish Bar Council|
|BakowskaEwa Bąkowska||47||Representative of the Katyn Families|
|BlasikLt. Gen. Andrzej Błasik||47||Commander of the Air Force|
|BochenekKrystyna Bochenek||56||Deputy Marshal of the Senate (PO)|
|BorowskaAnna Maria Borowska||81||Representative of the Katyn Families|
|BorowskiBartosz Borowski||31||Representative of the Katyn Families|
|BukMaj. Gen. Tadeusz Buk||49||Commander of the Land Forces|
|ChodakowskiBrig. Gen. Miron Chodakowski||52||Orthodox Ordinary of the Polish Armed Forces|
|CywinskiLt. Col. Czesław Cywiński||84||President of the World Association of Home Army Soldiers|
|DebskiLt. Col. Zbigniew Dębski||87||Co-founder of the Union of Warsaw Insurgents|
|DeptulaLeszek Deptuła||57||Member of the Sejm (PSL)|
|DolniakGrzegorz Dolniak||50||Member of the Sejm (PO)|
|DoraczynskaKatarzyna Doraczyńska||31||Press office staffer at the Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland|
|DuchnowskiEdward Duchnowski||80||Secretary General of the Union of Sybiraks|
|FedorowiczAleksander Fedorowicz||39||Interpreter at the Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland|
|FetlinskaJanina Fetlińska||57||Senator (PiS)|
|FlorczakLt. Col. Jarosław Florczak||41||Close protection officer|
|FrancuzWO1 Artur Francuz||39||Close protection officer|
|GagorGen. Franciszek Gągor||58||Chief of the General Staff of the Polish Armed Forces|
|GesickaGrażyna Gęsicka||58||Member of the Sejm, former Minister of Regional Development (PiS)|
|GilarskiBrig. Gen. Kazimierz Gilarski||54||Commander of the Warsaw Garrison|
|GosiewskiPrzemysław Gosiewski||45||Member of the Sejm, former Deputy Prime Minister (PiS)|
|GostomskiBronisław Gostomski||61||Personal Roman Catholic chaplain to President Kaczorowski|
|GrzywnaMaj. Robert Grzywna||36||Co-pilot|
|HandzlikMariusz Handzlik||44||Undersecretary of State at the Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland|
|IndrzejczykRoman Indrzejczyk||78||Personal Roman Catholic chaplain to President Kaczyński|
|JaneczekLt. Paweł Janeczek||37||Close protection officer|
|JankowskiDariusz Jankowski||54||Staffer at the Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland|
|JanuszkoNatalia Januszko||22||Flight attendant|
|JarugaIzabela Jaruga-Nowacka||59||Member of the Sejm, former Deputy Prime Minister (SLD)|
|JoniecJózef Joniec||50||Roman Catholic priest, Piarist father|
|KaczorowskiRyszard Kaczorowski||90||Former president of the Republic of Poland in exile|
|KaczynskaMaria Kaczyńska||67||Wife of President Kaczyński|
|KaczynskiLech Kaczyński||60||President of the Republic of Poland|
|KarpiniukSebastian Karpiniuk||37||Member of the Sejm (PO)|
|KarwetaVAdm. Andrzej Karweta||51||Commander of the Navy|
|KazanaMariusz Kazana||49||Director of Diplomatic Protocol at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs|
|KochanowskiJanusz Kochanowski||69||Ombudsman for Civil Rights|
|KomornickiBrig. Gen. Stanisław Komornicki||85||Chancellor of the Order of Virtuti Militari|
|KomorowskiStanisław Komorowski||56||Deputy Minister of National Defence|
|KrajewskiWO2 Paweł Krajewski||35||Close protection officer|
|KremerAndrzej Kremer||48||Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs|
|KrolZdzisław Król||74||Roman Catholic priest, member of the Council for the Protection of Struggle and Martyrdom Sites|
|KrupskiJanusz Krupski||58||Head of the Office for War Veterans and Victims of Oppression|
|KurtykaJanusz Kurtyka||49||President of the Institute of National Remembrance|
|KwaśnikAndrzej Kwaśnik||53||Roman Catholic police chaplain and chaplain to the Katyn Families|
|KwiatkowskiLt. Gen. Bronisław Kwiatkowski||59||Commander of the Operational Command of the Polish Armed Forces|
|LubinskiCol. Wojciech Lubiński||40||Personal physician to President Kaczyński|
|LutoborskiTadeusz Lutoborski||83||Representative of the Katyn Families|
|MaciejczykBarbara Maciejczyk||28||Flight attendant|
|MaminskaBarbara Mamińska||52||Director of the Personnel and Decorations Office at the Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland|
|MamontowiczZenona Mamontowicz-Łojek||72||President of the Polish Katyn Foundation|
|MelakStefan Melak||63||Head of the Katyn Committee|
|MertaTomasz Merta||44||Deputy Minister of Culture and National Heritage, General Convervator of Monuments|
|MichalakWO2 Andrzej Michalak||36||Flight engineer|
|MichalowskiCapt. Dariusz Michałowski||35||Close protection officer|
|MikkeStanisław Mikke||62||Deputy Head of the Council for the Protection of Struggle and Martyrdom Sites|
|MoniuszkoJustyna Moniuszko||24||Flight attendant|
|NatalliAleksandra Natalli-Świat||51||Member of the Sejm (PiS)|
|NatusiewiczJanina Natusiewicz-Mirer||70||Social activist|
|Nosek2nd Lt. Piotr Nosek||35||Close protection officer|
|NurowskiPiotr Nurowski||64||President of the Polish Olympic Committee|
|OrawiecBronisława Orawiec-Löffler||81||Representative of the Katyn Families|
|OsinskiLt. Col. Jan Osiński||35||Roman Catholic priest, Vice-Chancellor of the Curia of the Military Ordinariate|
|PilchCol. Adam Pilch||44||Lutheran military chaplain|
|PiskorskaKatarzyna Piskorska||73||Representative of the Katyn Families|
|PlazynskiMaciej Płażyński||52||Member of the Sejm, former Marshal of the Sejm (independent)|
|PloskiMaj. Gen. Tadeusz Płoski||54||Roman Catholic Bishop of the Military Ordinariate of the Polish Armed Forces|
|PogrodkaJWO Agnieszka Pogródka–Węcławek||35||Close protection officer|
|PotasinskiMaj. Gen. Włodzimierz Potasiński||53||Commander of the Special Forces|
|ProtasiukCapt. Arkadiusz Protasiuk||35||Pilot|
|PrzewoznikAndrzej Przewoźnik||46||Secretary of the Council for the Protection of Struggle and Martyrdom Sites|
|PutraKrzysztof Putra||52||Deputy Marshal of the Sejm (PiS)|
|RumianekRyszard Rumianek||62||Roman Catholic priest, Rector of the Card. Wyszyński University|
|RybickiArkadiusz Rybicki||57||Member of the Sejm (PO)|
|SariuszAndrzej Sariusz-Skąpski||72||President of the Federation of Katyn Families|
|SewerynWojciech Seweryn||70||Sculptor, author of the Katyn Monument in Chicago|
|SkrzypekSławomir Skrzypek||46||President of the National Bank of Poland|
|SolskiLeszek Solski||75||Representative of the Katyn Families|
|StasiakWładysław Stasiak||44||Head of the Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland, former Minister of the Interior and Administration|
|SurowkaWO2 Jacek Surówka||36||Close protection officer|
|SzczygłoAleksander Szczygło||46||Head of the National Security Bureau|
|SzmajdzinskiJerzy Szmajdziński||58||Deputy Marshal of the Sejm, former Defence Minister (SLD)|
|SzymanekJolanta Szymanek-Deresz||55||Member of the Sejm, former Head of the Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland (SLD)|
|TomaszewskaIzabela Tomaszewska||54||Head of the Protocolar Unit at the Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland|
|UlerykWO2 Marek Uleryk||35||Close protection officer|
|WalentynowiczAnna Walentynowicz||80||Co-founder of the Solidarity trade union|
|WalewskaTeresa Walewska-Przyjałkowska||71||Deputy President of the Golgotha of the East Foundation|
|WassermannZbigniew Wassermann||60||Member of the Sejm, former Minister for Intelligence Coördination (PiS)|
|WodaWiesław Woda||63||Member of the Sejm (PSL)|
|WojtasEdward Wojtas||55||Member of the Sejm (PSL)|
|WypychPaweł Wypych||42||Secretary of State at the Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland, former President of the Social Insurance Institution|
|ZajacStanisław Zając||60||Senator (PiS)|
|ZakrzenskiJanusz Zakrzeński||74||Theatrical and film actor, member of the Program Board of the Union of Piłsudskiites|
|ZietekLt. Artur Ziętek||31||Navigator|
|ZychGabriela Zych||81||Representative of the Katyn Families|