Germany Clumsily Admits To Supporting Regime Change In Poland

Authored by Andrew Korybko via Oriental Review,

A diplomatic spat has developed between Berlin and Warsaw after the German Defense Minister said that her country should support the “democratic resistance of the young generation” in Poland.

This scandalous remark from Germany’s top military official immediately led to a strong rebuke from all levels of the Polish government, which rightly interpreted her statement as an implied threat to aid the Soros-linked Color Revolutionaries in their quest to carry out a regime change in the Central European country.

As an overly simplified backgrounder, the ruling Law & Justice conservative party has been working to cleanse Poland’s permanent bureaucracy, or “deep state”, of the holdovers that their Civil Platform liberal predecessors had hurriedly stacked into government in a last-ditch attempt to derail their opponents’ legislative agenda until the next election. This is very similar to what the Democrats have been doing against Trump, but it’s just that PiS, which is the Polish abbreviation that the Law & Justice party is popularly known by, has been comparatively more successful than their allied American counterpart, hence why there’s been a proportionate increase in foreign support to the Color Revolution movement in response.

Germany hates PiS because party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski’s ideology of “EuroRealism” contrasts with Merkel’s “EuroLiberalism” in every way, from dealing with the migrant crisis to the future organization of the EU as a whole. PiS is even being sued by Brussels because of its refusal to accept the forcible relocation of even a single Muslim migrant, and its ambitious “Three Seas Initiative” aims to consolidate a new power bloc in Central and Eastern Europe in order to oppose Germany’s post-Brexit centralization initiative for the EU in favor of a more hands-off and reformed approach that respects the national sovereignty of the bloc’s members. It’s long been suspected that Berlin was backing the anti-government movement in Poland, and the country’s media has reported on this for nearly two years already, but the German Defense Minister’s sloppy statement on TV seemed to present the strongest confirmation yet that this is indeed truly the case.

This diplomatic spat will probably soon die down, but the damage that it wrought to bilateral relations won’t likely go away so long as PiS continues to govern Poland, which might be for the foreseeable future seeing as how they secured the country’s largest-ever post-communist electoral victory in 2015. Warsaw is now more motivated than ever before to continue strengthening its relations with its “Three Seas” partners, particularly Hungary but potentially even Austria under the coming premiership of Sebastian Kurz. In addition, PiS stands validated in the eyes of the Polish people for having apparently been right all along about German interference in their country’s domestic political affairs, which will embolden its supporters and might even convince some of its less-radical detractors to reconsider their positions.

This controversial episode is also very curious because it came at the same time that Poland ended its precautionary Flexible Credit Line with the IMF and Reuters launched an infowar attack against the country by provocatively suggesting that Poland’s job boom was inadvertently stoking inflation, which makes one wonder whether the Defense Minister’s veiled threat was timed as a “dog whistle” to coincide with a new asymmetrical regime change offensive against Warsaw.

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Meanwhile, 60,000 fascists and white supremacists marched in a demonstration in Warsaw Saturday, as Poles celebrated their country's Independence Day. Protesters marched under far-right banners, with one reading "White Europe of brotherly nations." Many carried the national white-and-red flag as others set off flares and firecrackers, filling the air with red smoke.

State broadcaster TVP, which reflects the conservative government's line, called the demonstration a "great march of patriots," and in its broadcasts described the event as one that drew mostly regular Poles expressing their love of Poland, not extremists.

"It was a beautiful sight," Interior Minister Mariusz Blaszczak said. "We are proud that so many Poles have decided to take part in a celebration connected to the Independence Day holiday."

Comments

Haus-Targaryen researchfix Mon, 11/13/2017 - 05:14 Permalink

BASED POLANDKeep up the good work Stanislav and company!  The rest of Europe needs you guy to pull the "Gates of Vienna" trick once again.PROTIP:  Your foreign policy this time shouldn't rely on the English or Americans rescuing you. Both nations have throw you guys under the bus over and over and over again when it became expedient. If you think they actually care about you this time -- you're fooling yourself. 

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wildbad Haus-Targaryen Mon, 11/13/2017 - 05:20 Permalink

an obviously crazy bitch Von der Leyen

pronounced "Fond of Lyin"

a globalist shill of the first stripe.

she often goes places to "review the troops" its so embarrassing to see these shallow thinking Soros lackeys play their treasonous roles.

her job? sell weapons systems to opressive regimes to murder their populations who the left says should be helped with public largess,

uncloaking...

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Song_Of_Roland wildbad Mon, 11/13/2017 - 05:41 Permalink

Her job is just to maintain her own position/standing. She was the family/social services minister and is now defense minister. Each position requires specialized knowledge, especially as defense minister. How one can go from family/social services minster to defense minster without any training or knowledge in military matters is beyond me. But then again, she is the daughter of prominent politicians and of money.

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French Bloke NoDecaf Mon, 11/13/2017 - 19:02 Permalink

The Germans are not reknowned for their humour. They have never known how to take the PiS(S).As for the German defense minister, out of 10, I'd give her 1!Other than that, I think if you undertsand that a country that is 99.9% white should dare to have "white" supremacists is criminal in any way, perhaps you should go to our best friends in Saudi Arabia or Israehell! Or perhaps Pakistan or a whole host of non white countries. History - I couldn't give a shit. I didn't do it....

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BarkingCat Ecclesia Militans Mon, 11/13/2017 - 08:57 Permalink

They in the past have surrendered their indigenous faith over a thousand years ago in order to stop crusades into their homelands. Or more accurately their leader (king) did. They have a long history of 2 things - betrayal by their self-serving leadership and fighting enemies on multiple fronts. Seems to me that having adversarial relationship with Germans and Russia at the same time is repeating that pattern.Luckily Putin is cold as ice and goes out of his way to avoid military conflict and Germany has been completely cucked so them most they can expect from the West is screeching harpies being triggered. 

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BarkingCat Song_Of_Roland Mon, 11/13/2017 - 08:40 Permalink

It was part of feminization of the defense Department's in the EU and even further feminizing Germany's government, as they are the power player in the EU.The was a story over a year ago about the female defense ministers in the EU, complete with a photo of the 3 hans - her, the Swedish one and one more  whom I cannot remember.Part of the story also talked about how the existing German defense minister(male) was pushed out to make room for her.  

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SoDamnMad Song_Of_Roland Mon, 11/13/2017 - 09:13 Permalink

A lot of European countries "elected" (via party in power) female defense ministers.  I wonder whether a single one ever fired a weapon, not go to the range and pull the trigger once or twice, but go out with father and shoot animals even  varmits like foxes or wolves. Lithuania had a scandal with it being revealed that tenders for the military went to a single vendor (constantly over-pricing) including the "golden spoon scandal" and then the transfer from the military through the Interior Ministry of a dozen M-14s given for by the US for ceremonial purposes but "sold" to friends for give-away prices.

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RTP wildbad Mon, 11/13/2017 - 08:26 Permalink

Von der Leyen might have German parents but she is a 100% Soros bitch.If the Führer would know that.....hm. The newest search finding missions of guessed multiple incarnations of Adolf lead to Lebanon and Yemen.Thats why Netanyahu (the new Herod the great) is so afraid that he kills so many children there.But yes, Bethlehem is now in everybody. Free Palestine!

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bigkahuna Haus-Targaryen Mon, 11/13/2017 - 07:51 Permalink

You are right - at least with obozo, we knew to expect any outcome which was the opposite of his articulation.With trump - we have ambiguity and what appears to be him saying what each individual wants to hear. No principles at all - he does share this trait with adoph. This is not going to end well for him. This country is beginning to hate him from many social viewpoints - less the DC dwelling MIC and globalist vipers.Make no alliances outside of what is convenient or easily severable with the ussa. Get ussa troops and other "interests" out of your country asap and get your own troops online to repel any invasion - from any border - probably the german one.

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BritBob Mon, 11/13/2017 - 05:09 Permalink

 Germany's pet project is the EU. Conquest through the back door.The Crazy EUMEPs and legal experts have claimed the veto over the territory’s future after Brexit would give Spain special status among EU nation, when they should be on an equal level.The EU’s Brexit negotiating guidelines stated that the Brexit deal will not apply to Gibraltar without an “agreement between the kingdom of Spain and the UK”.Experts have told the Telegraph that the veto could be illegal under EU law.Spain's Gibraltar claim has NO legitimacy and YES would be illegal.They've effectively signed the territory away 3x times!Gibraltar – Spanish Myths and Agreements (single page):https://www.academia.edu/34608739/Gibraltar_Spanish_Myths_and_Agreements 

PolishErick alangreedspank Mon, 11/13/2017 - 10:08 Permalink

Y'know where the stazzi was recruited from? gestappo thugs.. yeah, maybe they dropped the "national" from "national socialism" but old habbits die hard. As it shows in what that wench from the article said- germany should stick to making cars and being rich, and should fuck off from telling other nations what to do... Two lost wars and half the women of the country being turned into red army cum dumpsters didnt shake the myth of german superiority out of their heads, go figure.

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Haus-Targaryen Joe A Mon, 11/13/2017 - 05:46 Permalink

When a political fanatic runs the military as opposed to some of the most brilliant military minds the world has ever seen ... its what happens. Not sure where you are from, but had Hiter let his generals run the military and he do the politics, if you're in Europe -- odds are you'd have learned German as a second language and not English.  

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Haus-Targaryen Conscious Reviver Mon, 11/13/2017 - 06:20 Permalink

His constant military blunders are so egregiously bad ... it makes you scratch your head. Look at Dunkirk, for example.  Some 400,000 English and French soldiers stranded on a beach being evacudated in row boats.  von Rundstedt wanted to offer them surrender or annihalte them completely. Hitler overrode him and ordered a full stop some 15 kilometers from the beach.  He then ordered them to turn around and go after Paris. Oh, and BTW -- this same group was Paris' last defences as well. Had they done what von Rundstedt wanted -- they would have taken Paris in the exact same way a few weeks later. Had this group fallen England would have been left more or less defenseless save for the RAF, which given their chronic underfunding did a remarkable job.  Then there was the Greek fiasco in which Hitler prohibited von Weichs from using ideled armies in NRW to expedite the process.Then he split the Wehrmacht some 60 kilometers outside of Moscow in September and sent them after the oil fields some 700 kilometers away through, at the time, the most densely populated non-urban areas of the Soviet Empire. Then he killed funding for the atom bomb as a proof-of-concept on paper proved it would have worked in 1940. Then he rolled into North Africa, because the Italians were incompetant. I mean, his list of military blunders is so egregious, material and repetitious ... it really makes you reflect on what was going on in his mind and where his allegiances truly were.  The accidental JFK file dump on the guy was an eye-opener as well. Oh well ... hätte hätte fahrradkette

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Haus-Targaryen GreatUncle Mon, 11/13/2017 - 06:32 Permalink

If you stopped looking at history at Night of the Long Knives, I agree with you. However when you look at it together: KotLN was when Hitler purged members of his party and their supporters that knew he was a puppet, so as to exert complete control on the country. Thereafter he drove the country into the ground as quickly as possible. Many of his ideas were correct, but I think the guy was a Judas. EDIT - Much of the Wehrmacht at the time felt the same way.  Its partly why Hitler spent so much time purging his own military.  If you spent your life as a military strategist -- and your "supreme leader" tells you to order your troops to do something that isn't only rather stupid -- but literally gifting your enemy massive advantages and is suicide for yourself -- and you spoke up -- you ended up like Rommel, who is perhaps the most famous example of Hitler's purges when someone questioned his odd military orders. 

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Ecclesia Militans GreatUncle Mon, 11/13/2017 - 06:46 Permalink

Hitler is such a tangible presence today because of what he represents in our collective consciousness - as a man who rose from nothing to the heights of global power and then descended back to nothing, all in the space of a dozen years, he is modernism and nihilism personified.  He managed to reconcile industrialized homicide and total warfare against innocents with art and culture all in an attempt to assuage his flawed sensibilities and an entire nation followed his murderous agenda after abandoning centuries of Church tradition.  Anyone who finds anything remotely redeeming in Hitler's lunacy needs to pray or, if that is unappetizing to the masses of post-Reformation quitters, seek a reputable therapist.

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