DITTO, JOHN and RYSIU!!!!!!
If they want to âmake niceâ (as the saying goes) with the Russians, thereâs no reason why the Americans, the British and the French canât take part in the May 9th celebration in Moscow. Their country wasnât occupied by the host country, their people were not deported to Siberia by the host country, and their people didnât have to live under the hammer and sickle for decades.
But for the President of Poland to be in attendance? For the Polish Armed Forces to participate? Then why not thank the âLiberatorsâ for "liberating" Poland from the Naziâs by occupying it! Come to think of it, Jaruzelski might just do that considering that his rise to power was in no small measure due to the occupiers!
BOZENA â" Florida, USA
--- In Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com, John Halucha <john.halucha@...> wrote:
> Well said, Rysiek.
> Beating the Germans was only half the battle.
> Selling out an original Ally, Poland, to an original co-launcher of the
> Second World War, Russia, was beyond infamy. To this day, the Russians
> regard the war as starting in 1941 rather than in 1939, when they were
> the aggressors and Hitler's biggest supporters militarily and
> That Jaruzelski is an invited guest throws doubt on the argument that celebrating in Moscow is simply an acknowledgment of
> today's political reality - the Russians seem to be celebrating not only their belated defence against Germany, but also the loyal service they
> enjoyed from traitorous Communist Polish lackeys like Jaruzelski for
> almost another half century.
> John Halucha
> Sault Ste Marie,
> From: RICHARD KASPRZAK <rekj@...>
> To: Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Fri, April 2, 2010 7:20:02 PM
> Subject: Re: [Kresy-Siberia] May 9 anniversary opinion poll
> Witam, Krysia
> Of course, he and all others who wish to participate in this defilada may. Is it right, is it supportive of the untold hundred of thousands who died not only in combat, but of starvation and disease and neglect and torture in the wilds of siberia, and the paths leading both in and out of that forsaken country. We must judge for ourselves, and ponder if our parents and uncles and aunts and brothers and sisters whose remains still are there would participate. I personally would not. The Brits must live with the shame of denying our people the right to march along with the other allies who walked in review after the war. But to honor the russians, not I.
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