In the centre of Sopot Russians started a fight with the poles. What exactly caused the collision is unknown: three Polish citizens aged 21 to 34 years old was sitting on a bench on the street heroes of Monte Cassino. They were approached by a group of peers-the Russians, who asked for a cigarette. Word-for-word first began the quarrel, then a fight: two men and a woman began to strike with hands and feet. One of the Russians in his testimony stated that all started the pole, who hit him with a bottle. The fight lasted about five minutes, the participants escaped with minor injuries. One of the poles was broken hand, the Russians suffered head injuries. Got one random witness, who broke the fighters. All were in alcohol intoxication: the alcohol content in their blood ranged from one to two ppm.
Operator city surveillance system called the police. Before she had time to come to the place, all the participants of the fight managed to escape, but after a few minutes they were detained. Sober, they testified, and, regretting the incident, admitted that they should not have to fight with. Eight people have heard of charges for his part in the fight, two citizens of Russia accused of causing bodily harm. The specific traditional district Prosecutor’s office believes that the incident occurred on a national basis.
Polish “journalist” was beaten on Russian television
This is not the first situation of this kind. In Sopot at the entrance to the wine and vodka shop two drunk poles beat two of the same drunken Russians, who calmly walked through the streets of the resort town. Battered aliens went to the hospital, and the attackers are the police. Prior to that, in kraków’s Kazimierz district, two young Russians attacked the drunk 35-the summer man. As witnesses tell, he walked over to the table where they sat, and tried to strike up a conversation. Two Russians stood up, one of them hit a pole in the face, he fell and lost consciousness. He was taken to the hospital, and the Russians charged with causing bodily harm, for which to them threatens till five years of imprisonment.
© radiogdansk.plОбъявление on the doors of the restaurant in Sopot
Maracucha Tomasz (Tomasz Maciejczuk), which some consider a defender of Poland, and others — an instrument of Kremlin propaganda, was twice beaten in the air Russian television. In the Studio of channel NTV he called a Russian “descendant of the red fascists”, explaining that first the Soviet Union entered the Second world war on Germany’s side, and then 50 years occupied half of Europe. One of the participants, differing a strong Constitution, rushed to the pole with his fists. The fight was joined the other guests of the program, including women.
In front of this Mazafucka beat in the Studio of the TV channel TVC. During the meeting with experts touted Vladimir Putin, he asked me if those Romanians earn more than Russians. Russian political analyst Sergei Mikheyev said that poles and Ukrainians are sold for money to the West. Polish journalist retorted: “Ukrainians want to live like normal people and not * * * as the Russians”. The presenter threw in Maracucha his notes and began to shout: “poles live in ***!” After a moment, the pole was surrounded by guests with the Pro-Kremlin views, and a fight ensued.
“Russian talk show this elaborate performances, explained in an interview with Wirtualna Polska Director of the Center for the study of propaganda and disinformation Adam Lelonek (Adam Lelonek). — Mateychuk fits into the role of “Polish fascists” or “Polish Russophobia”. His task is to put forward a controversial thesis, to offend historical memory, and to reinforce the idea that promotes the Kremlin.”
We are waiting for a hybrid war?
The Kremlin is happy with less ingenious operation. A few weeks ago, unknown persons set fire to a school in the Ukrainian town of Mostyska, lying near the Polish border. Half of the residents of this settlement — poles. The school has been working for 15 years in her study of Polish and Ukrainian children. No conflict had not arisen.
Earlier someone blew up a monument to the Polish victims of the Ukrainian insurgent army (banned in Russia organization — approx. ed.) in the village of Huta penyatskaya. The Ukrainians restored the monument, but was again desecrated. Another incident: at the Polish memorial cemetery in the village of Bykovnya near Kiev, where the rest of 3.5 thousand Polish citizens from the so-called Ukrainian Katyn list, there was written in red paint slogans praising the SS division “Galicia” and the Ukrainian nationalists of the OUN-UPA (banned in Russia as extremist organization — approx. ed.).
In February, the Polish Consulate in Lviv poured paint, and in March, the Consulate in Lutsk fired from a grenade launcher. On the same day hired for 200 hryvnia (about 450 rubles — approx. TRANS.) people posing as representatives of the Polish minority, has blocked the road leading from the city to the border crossing Rava-Ruska — Hrebenne, demanding “stop the genocide of poles”. As found by the security Service of Ukraine, the blockade was organized by the leader of the radical movement “Emery” Nicholas Dulsky, which in 2015 is actively anti-Ukrainian and Pro-Russian activity.
Spread is the Russian hybrid war against Ukraine to Poland? “Russia seeks to awaken Europe to the idea of national egoism. Russian politician artfully finds the point of collision of different people and uses them, explains the analyst from Warsaw University of social Sciences and Humanities, Lubashenko Igor (Igor Lubaszenko). — There is a tendency to call any incident of the elements of the hybrid war, but coming from Russia as a threat should not be underestimated”.
History likes to repeat itself
Center for the study of public opinion (CBOS) conducted this year’s survey, which showed that 35% of poles have for the Russians positive feelings, and 38% —dislike, and 25% are neutral. Undecided with his attitude 6% of respondents. In the list of peoples to which the poles are the worst of all, the Russians are in fourth place after the Arabs, Gypsies and Turks.
It looks like the situation from the opposite side? The Warsaw Institute of public Affairs in 2011 asked the Russians (in the research involved 1591 adult residents of Russia), as they relate to poles and Germans. 51% of respondents have not experienced to the poles neither sympathy, nor animosity, 36% stated their positive attitude, 13% were negative. The Russians are better for Germans: sympathy for him feel 55% of respondents, negative feelings — 8%.
The Germans fought with the Russians rarely, and poles — for centuries. Before signing the Union of Lublin in 1569 was the Lithuanian-Russian war, in which Polish troops helped Lithuania. The first Polish-Russian war is 1577-1582 years. Later there were 12 conflicts and the last war began on 17 September 1939. Most wars (four) was in the XVIII century.
“These wars were fought at all levels — psychological, military, political and economic — said an employee of the history faculty of the Warsaw University Professor Miroslav Nagalski (Mirosław Nagielski). — Rzeczpospolita stood in the way of Russia to Europe, the situation looks like”.