Monday, February 9, 2015

"How the President of Poland died" [video].

> From the site:

    But why did he die? He died because he was nearly a myth in Israel. He died because he was an Euro-skeptic but not a crazy mind like the today's "anti-EU" agitators of the mob. He died because he wanted a strong Poland but not enmity with Germany. He died because he strongly opposed the post-Soviet Russian neo-imperialism. He died because he wanted more strict relations with the Baltic nations and with Ukraine. And because he always sought a strong alliance of Warsaw with Washington.

   And probably, the most of all, he died because a day his death will be reproached to Russia and the "errors of Russia" will become also Russia's grave. Inside a Jesuit geo-political cemetery:

неделя, 25 януари 2015 г.
The "errors of Russia"
Above video - "How the President of Poland died"- URL:
Smolensk Crash site page:

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1 comment:

  1. From the

    The EU and the Pope a Catholic Timo Soini
    European integration of the Popes in their own words

    [The united Europe is going to be] the GREATEST CATHOLIC SUPERPOWER IN THE WORLD has ever known ... the largest single human power, which has never been seen.
    -paavi John XXIII, 1963 (

    We pray on behalf of the European Union implemented without delay its full extent, and we hope that ITS BOUNDARIES ARE TRANSFERRED TO THE EAST.
    -paavi John Paul II (The Pope Speaks, 1995, p. 401)

    The founders, such as Adenauer, De Gasperi and Schuman brought the [Catholic] Christian faith at the center of political life. How could underestimate its importance, for example, that in 1951, prior to the adoption of the Treaty of Paris that led to subtle negotiations begin, they wanted to meet Benedictine along the Rhine to meditate and pray.
    -paavi John Paul II, 7 November 2003 (".