In 1992, the British Embassy in Riga came an old man. The Russians did not look too friendly, and a young Manager dealing with visa issues, did not want to talk to him. The unshaven man in a cheap sweater with the frayed briefcase felt pesky petitioner, which seeks to quickly get rid of any official. However, the British proved to be more helpful than an employee of the U.S. Embassy, with whom the older man tried to talk to this and that is simply put: she reluctantly allowed him to speak.
Then this resembles the poor man pulled out his briefcase from under a sausage, loaf of bread and a bottle of vodka a few paper sheets. The Embassy employee found them so interesting that he offered the man a Cup of coffee, and showed the paper to a colleague — a secret agent of British intelligence MI-6. He immediately realized that the KGB documents.
Modest reminiscent of the beggar the man was Vasili Nikitich Mitrokhin (1922-2004) — the major and employee of the archive Department of the First chief Directorate of the KGB. He began service as the personnel intelligence officer of the MGB, in 1956, became the archivist and in 1972-1984 participated in the transfer of the KGB archives from Lubyanka to the new building in Yasenevo. At this time he was able to make microfilm copies of most important documents that he was buried in cans in the country. By the time of his retirement in 1985, he managed to copy 25 thousand pages of secret documents to the KGB. As unfolding operation in which the contents of drums buried at the dacha outside Moscow, we managed to transport to London, is still unknown.
According to published information, the Mitrokhin archive contains documents describing the actions of the KGB in the West since the 1930s until the mid 1980s years: this is the operation to spread disinformation and propaganda, sabotage and secret murders, which involved the Soviet Union in Europe and the United States. There is also evidence of spies and collaborated with the KGB journalists and politicians from Britain, France, the United States, Germany, Italy and other countries. Thanks to the archive managed to find the secret arsenals of the KGB on the territory of Switzerland and Belgium. The documents also contain information about contacts and meetings with KGB agents several leaders belonging to the left political flank. Was published large amounts of information. Of course, everyone understands that, firstly, not all documents were made public, and secondly, the fact that Mitrokhin had access to all documents.
It is even conceivable that the loss of this part of the archive of the Moscow upset, but not enraged. If she was furious, Mitrokhin did not live up to 82 years, for whatever protection he neither gave, it would have eliminated some Russian agent.
In the Mitrokhin archive, of course, includes many documents relating to Poland. It is known that there are materials on the struggle with the Polish Catholic Church, provocations against priests (including against the Bishop and later as cardinal Karol Wojtyla), as well as… reports of security about Lech Walesa. The authors of works devoted to the collected documents Mitrokhin, the KGB, long before the publication of the papers from the filing cabinets of the General Czeslaw Kisaka (Czesława Kiszczaka) talked about the fact that Lech Walesa was an agent of the security Service (archive of the former Minister of internal Affairs of Poland was seized from his widow in 2016 — approx.TRANS.).
They also claimed that in 1982 he recorded the conversation, which took place in the center of internment between Walesa and one of the officers who had received information from him. Of course, in Poland this record (if it actually was made) is still there. Perhaps it is no coincidence that we have reacted to the Mitrokhin archive without special interest because they may indicate that the documents on Walesa are in Russia.
It is likely that they should seek an explanation for his odd actions as President. The poles, for example, wondered about why, when on the night of 18 to 19 August 1991 in Moscow began janevski coup, stunned Walesa was ready to acknowledge his internal Soviet affair and was going to send the usurper loyalty letter. Amazing, isn’t it? In March 1992 Colonel Constant Medovich (Konstanty Miodowicz) made up a memo in which he suggested that the Walesa can be used in the Polish-Russian negotiations on the future agreement between the two countries. If it was, then the Polish President was blackmailing foreign hostile to the Polish state. What kind of sovereignty is possible in this case to talk? What kind of freedom? Even worse, there is no doubt that in secret Kremlin archives have folders that are devoted not only to valence.
What happened to folders?
Valenta: What are you guys fume?
Topcik: I? I have a “Radom”, but if you want to, Franz is “camel”.
Valenta: What are you to me, ***, talk. What are you guys in the dustbin fume at night?
Stopcheck: Oh, it’s just paper. The building leaves the health service, so we burn different invoices clothing, detergents, stationery. I know I had to take them to recycling, but who is buying? I tell you, sir, will say: it’s a mystery.
Valinda: Stopcheck, you cannot do the jump, not take the head. Telling you to burn things…
It has become almost an iconic scene from the film “Fuzz” Director Pestovskogo Vladislav (Władysław Pasikowski). His goal was to convince the poles that security destroyed thousands of folders. Of course, paper is destroyed, but it was probably not the most important documents. Access to them had not each employee. And those who have access was still know what it said, and that knowledge gives them power. Don’t need to be a genius intelligence to understand that under the control of Moscow special services of Poland sent to the Kremlin and the Lubyanka thousand records, personal records, photographs and microfilm.
This fact confirms not only the Mitrokhin archive, but the report of the internal security Agency on the topic of interaction of the security Service, the KGB. It says that due to the transmitted documents (as well as the efforts of the Soviet secret police) in Moscow has created a huge base, with a dozen of thousands of names of Polish citizens.
In this base probably became established in 1977, the combined metering data about the enemy. The system became a joint activity of special services of the Communist countries and was created under the control of the KGB in Moscow. “Joint” means that there were cases not only the business of politicians, businessmen and cultural figures from Poland, but also representatives of other countries.
In this context, it is difficult not to recall the careers of the leading politicians of the European Union — by an amazing coincidence — leftist views and if not compromising, as Martin Schulz, a mysterious past, as have Angela Merkel. Let me remind you that Schultz was able to make a brilliant political career despite the fact that he never even got his Ged, and in the past suffered from severe alcohol dependence. In turn, Merkel in his student days was fascinated by communism, and a career in politics was made, in particular, with the support of the Chairman of the party “Democratic breakthrough” Wolfgang Cord (Wolfgang Schnur) and the last Prime Minister of the GDR Lothar de maizière (Lothar de Maizière). They were both secret Stasi officers — the German counterpart of the security Service, special cruelty and devotion to the KGB. Merkel herself appears in the photographs of the Stasi officers, but documentary evidence of her ties to the organization no. May be because they are in the closet Putin? Not this paper Germany has been able to reach an agreement with Russia? Long argued that in political terms it absorbed East Germany West, not Vice versa. Angela Merkel is not the first year is called the most influential politician in Europe. Not but does this “influential politician” on the leash of the Kremlin? Everything points to it. And the saddest thing is this reflected on the situation in Poland.
The Director of the KGB
You can laugh at Donald Tusk (Donald Tusk), calling it “echoing” of Angela Merkel, but most of the issues are alarming and not smile. Especially since, when Jaroslaw Kaczynski (Jarosław Kaczyński) and his team showed that you don’t have to kowtow to Germany to sit down with her at the negotiating table. Meanwhile, almost all the previous leadership of the country if something was terrified. This became especially noticeable after 10 April 2010. Everything from Bronislaw Komorowski (Bronisław Komorowski), behaved as if they have someone to manage, and they’re crazed from fear. If they were not involved in the Smolensk tragedy, why they race assured Putin that they are grateful to Russia “for assistance”?
Maybe during a walk in Sopot Vladimir Putin told Tusk that lies in Moscow’s vaults and may become public, if the Polish Prime Minister “ill-behaved”? Not whether Putin knows the answer to the question of who was a Stasi officer with the pseudonym of Oskar? They say that this is a dangerous agent exist and are Angela Merkel, and Vladimir Putin. Also not the first year there are unconfirmed rumors that “Oscar” is a Tusk. Perhaps the reason for his obsequiousness in relation to Merkel and Putin should look for?
It should also be recalled that many politicians very carefully spread about his past, in which there were many strange episodes. In 1986 during the war in Afghanistan Radoslaw Sikorski (foreign Minister of Poland in 2007 – 2014 — approx.TRANS.) went to this country to join the Mujahideen. Exactly what he’s doing, is still unknown. We only know that he’s like some kind of order disappeared from Polish politics. He had wanted to become President, but now barks from overseas — mainly on Twitter. Bronislaw Komorowski with a distorted face of rage acts like the last ham and snapper, and not the count. Is it displays of a reduction of pensions for former employees of the security Service? At the time, he was the only politician who defended the Military information service, which went on a leash of Moscow. Why did he do what was not done even by his party comrades? How to explain the scandals of the era of Alexander Kwasniewski (Aleksander Kwaśniewski). Who was the “Olin”, “Hangman” and “Minin”? The identity of Russian agents in Moscow are well known. In Poland suspected that it was the leading politicians of the democratic left Alliance (SLD). However, it was not possible to prove. Is it possible that the Polish “Round table” was not directed in Magdalenka (where in September 1988, held talks with representatives of the Communist government of Poland and the opposition movement “Solidarity”), and in the Kremlin? The answers to these questions knows one person: Putin.
No one doubts that all the cellars of the Lubyanka folders filled with documents about every politics, activist culture, intellectual or businessman who appears in Europe. It proves that Putin can pull the strings as he pleases. And perhaps it does so. Perhaps it is connected with this large-scale attack on Poland, who again balked and made the wrong choice, which tried to impose through its agents world “Tsar” Vladimir?