Reflections on 70th anniversary of the end of WW2

The recent celebrations of the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War should remind  Poles how much inconvenient partner Poland was for their  allies.  England and France betrayed Poland in September 1939, when it was attacked by two totalitarian regimes of  Nazi Germany and Soviets.   In turn, in 1944, Roosevelt and  Churchill sold Poland to Stalin.

Even now many inconvenient facts relating to this period  are omitted , but representatives of the governments of the great powers in their official statements even attempt to falsify history.  We could be convinced of this when a few weeks ago, the head of the FBI accused Poland of “collaboration with the Nazis,” a few years ago, US President Barack Obama called German Nazi death camps as “Polish concentration camps” and most recently, Vladimir Putin came up with the thesis that Poland provoked the outbreak of World War II through its irresponsible foreign policy. Poland should be grateful to German Chancellor Angela Merkel who dared to remind Putin about secret protocols of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact and dividing territory of Poland between Nazi Germany and Soviet Union, after invading Poland in September 1939 , which was the beginning of World War II.

Somebody should also remind Putin that Polish government rejected Hitler’s proposal to access Anti-Comintern Pact and his plans for a joint attack on the Soviet Union with the participation of Polish army. It is easy to imagine how the strategic situation would look different for Soviet Union, which would have to fight on two fronts. The Japanese, who had already made war with the Soviets in the East, counted on the joint action and the conclusion of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact they saw as a betrayal of Hitler, and they decided on a ceasefire with Stalin.
http://www.pogonowski.com/display.php?textid=1096

English historian Norman Davies, who objectively presents the situation of Poland during World War II is treated in the West almost as a dissident and revisionist of history. Adam Hirsch in his book review by Davies No Simple Victory: World War II in Europe, 1939-1945 called war theater in eastern and central Europe as a Clash Of Evils.  http://www.nysun.com/arts/clash-of-evils/61936/

To this day western societies, brainwashed mostly about the Holocaust, do not realize how criminal Soviet totalitarian regime was. Writing about the involvement and dedication of Russian troops to defeat the Third Reich, we must not forget that Communists had murdered many times more civilians than Nazis and their main victims were Russians.
http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~hpcws/lelivrenoir.htm

The official ideology of political correctness results in silence on a giant Jewish communists participation in the commission of these crimes.

Stalin’s Willing Executioners: Jews as a Hostile Elite in the USSR — by Kevin MacDonald

It is worth recalling that the book by Solzhenitsyn  200 years together, in which the author, Nobel Prize winner reveals many facts inconvenient for Jews, it was completely concealed in the West and the author himself fell out of favor as “anti-Semite.”
http://www.theguardian.com/world/2003/jan/25/russia.books

Right-wing authors told sometimes about ideological conviction and about the kinship between communism and national socialism (“brown Bolsheviks”). http://historyandpolitics77.blogspot.com/2011/06/jj-ray-hitler-was-socialist-debunked_05.html
Although a short period of Nazi collaboration with the Soviets (1939-1941) could serve as a confirmation of this thesis, we must not forget that Hitler regarded Communism as the main threat to European civilization and he considered himself as its defender (although gruesomely this would sound).  Hitler was well aware of what a mortal danger not only for Germany but for the entire West was communism.  Prof. Ivo Cyprian Pogonowski  explains even the concept of Holocaust by fear of the Jews.  Russian Jews (Ost-Juden), who could pour in Europe if Soviets were winners, and could master of the whole of Western Europe, given their involvement in the construction of communism. In fact, mass deportations of Jews to extermination camps began to practice only after the defeat of the Wehrmacht in Moscow and Stalingrad.
http://www.pogonowski.com/?p=586

Since the inception of the Bolshevik state  Communists had plans to expand to the West. While in 1921 Polish army stopped the Red hordes, but Soviets systematically developed their military power. There was closely held secret  before the war about  construction of the giant metallurgical plants for money of Judeo-American financiers and based on American technology.
http://transmissionsmedia.com/wall-street-funded-both-communists-and-nazis/

They supposedly produced only tractors and machinery and in fact 90% of products were tanks, and other military equipment. The initial victory of the Wehrmacht in the war against the Soviets, some authors explain not so much a predominance of military equipment, but the lack of defense plans. The Red Army had only strategic plans to attack on the West. The generals did not foresee the need to defend against attack from the West.  Besides this Soviet strategy remained until the fall of the Soviet Union, what was revealed by Polish Colonel Kuklinski who was spying for USA.
The Spy Who Saved The World- The Tragedy of Colonel Kuklinski

It would be worth to recall, both the Russians and Western allies of Poland, on occasion of the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, that Poland derailed  plans of Hitler, who was afraid to fight on two fronts. Hitler had no initial intention to attack Western countries.  Even after the defeat of France in 1940 year, when about 300 thousand British soldiers found themselves in the boiler at Dunkirk, forced the Wehrmacht generals to stop the attack and allow the evacuation of the British divisions on the island. Hitler then said that the blood of English soldiers (Nordic) is too precious to be shed.
http://www.rense.com/general50/itle.htm

Hans Rutecky
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