Poles Have Not Learned Their Lessons, Charges LaRouche
August 31, 2014 • 8:51AM

In his Friday webcast last night, Lyndon LaRouche warned that Poland should learn a lesson and stop playing with fire.

Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski added to the hype in an interview with Germany's Deutschlandfunk radio, in which he had a special message for the Germans "not to repeat the mistake of the 1930s" and stay inactive against the new threat posed by Russia, the way the international community did then against Hitler. He charged Russian President Vladimir Putin with wanting to create a new empire, and told the Germans to recall what the Soviet empire meant also for them in history. Only the collapse of the Soviet Union brought freedom to the Poles and unity to the Germans, Komorowski said, implying that nothing less than the collapse of today's Russia was to be desired.

Friday Poland denied Russina Defense Minister Shoigu's plane permission to fly over Polish airspace on his return from Slovakia to Moscow, forcing the minister to go back and land in Bratislava. Asked to comment on Poland's latest, pathetic, dirty stunt, LaRouche replied: "I would state it more prophetically. If the Poles want to continue the game they want to play, they're finished as a nation. The price of that, the price of that criminality is a loss of the right to be a nation. And the Poles have been through that before. They should have learned the lesson earlier....

"This is the same thing. The British Empire, which is what the Poles are run by, that is, the Polish government, is run by a bunch of skunks, who belong to the British Empire. And, if the Poles don't wise up, and fire those creatures, they're in a destiny for Hell for time to come. Not for indefinite time, but Poland's chance of becoming a respected nation, if they don't change their ways now, is zero, for a long time to come!"