Death of Anti-NWO Polish President Raises Questions
By Victor Thorn
Source: American Free Press
Airplane crashes have historically been a favorite method of political assassinations, with Ron Brown and John F. Kennedy Jr. being two recent examples. Can we now add Polish President Lech Kaczynski and nearly his entire government to the list? Although motive doesn’t need to be proved in a murder trial, plenty of motives certainly exist if we examine one primary set of culprits: those who head the European Union.
Writer James Buchanan provides an opening argument in an April 11 article.
“Whenever politicians die ‘accidentally,’ it’s worthwhile to see if the deceased politicians had been doing anything that may have angered the New World Order, which in Europe takes the form of the European Union (EU), whose main goals include forcing all European nations under its control to have a single currency and to allow an unlimited flood of immigrants from the Third World,” wrote Buchanan.
Kaczynski fit this bill on numerous fronts. As a strong nationalist with conservative, pro-Catholic values who ran an anti-corruption, anti-homosexual campaign, he also sought to purge Poland of its former Communist elements. Kaczynski also believed in placing his home country’s markets and economy ahead of the EU’s collectivist, global agenda.
One move specifically infuriated the financial cabal. The National Bank of Poland and Kaczynski’s Cabinet members agreed to weaken their currency, the zloty, in order to make goods exported to other EU trading partners less expensive, thereby directly benefiting their people. The following day, Kaczynski, the president of Poland’s central bank, the Polish army’s chief of staff, the deputy foreign minister, the parliament speaker, all military service chiefs and the intelligence director—in fact, 96 people total—died in Smolensk, Russia.
The “coincidence” is alarming, especially since Poland was the only EU member whose economy grew in an otherwise stagnant 2009 market. The reason for this growth can be traced to Kaczynski bucking the system in numerous ways. First, he and his central bank president, Slawomir Skrzypek, both harbored a great deal of distrust for the euro, and showed great resistance in adopting it. Similarly, unlike Greece and Spain, the Poles refused to take part in the EU’s loan-shark operations, which essentially dictated that a nation’s sovereignty would be surrendered to a gang of usurers.
As journalists Judy Dempsey and Diane Cardwell wrote on April 10, these policy decisions “frequently put Poland on a collision course with its European Union partners.”
The bankers also didn’t view Kaczynski as a “team player,” because he balked at the Lisbon Reform Treaty, which would establish a long-term EU president, while also refusing to participate in the bailout of several insurance companies and lending institutions.
Another factor of great significance is the time and place of this plane crash. Kaczynski and nearly the entirety of his government were due to attend a 70th anniversary commemoration of the Katyn Forest Massacre.
During WWII, Stalin’s death squads engaged in an atrocious slaughter. According to UK politician and European Parliament member Daniel Hannan, “70 years ago, almost to the day, 21,768 Polish army officers, intellectuals and senior civil servants were murdered by the Soviet NKVD in the forest near Katyn.”
For decades, the Nazis were blamed for this genocidal act, in a cover-up perpetrated by the U.S. government. Tragically, Kaczynski’s plane crashed only a few miles from where this original bloodbath occurred.
By honoring these war dead, both Kaczynski and Russia’s Vladimir Putin highlighted the true monsters behind this carnage.
Writer Buchanan uses expert analysis in his article. “The trip to Smolensk was to honor the memory of Polish POWs murdered by the Communists during World War II,” wrote Buchanan. “The Jews don’t like any ‘competition’ to their Holocaust.”
He added, “Kaczynski was not only throwing a spotlight on a mass murder by Communists, he was throwing a spotlight on a mass murder by Communist Jews. Jews played a key role in Communism, and Jews were often the commissars who were shooting defenseless dissidents and POWs. President Kaczynski had promised to go after Communist murderers who had killed Poles during the long Communist occupation. Many of those war criminals were Jews, some of whom are still living in Israel or the United States.” [Contrast the indifference in this sense with the case of John Demjanjuk. Glaring double standard.]
Further, Kaczynski’s two primary coalitions were strongly nationalistic, Catholic oriented and often described by critics as being “anti-Semitic.” In this vein, it’s clear why the blame game began so quickly, with an assortment of red herrings to divert attention away from those who saw Kaczynski as an enemy of the Zionist-EU cartel.