March 30, 2012

KATYN 2. Brother of murdered Polish President confirms Putin's terrorist attack on Polish government plane


Publication time: 29 March 2012, 14:35

Jaroslaw Kaczynski told a hearing at the European Parliament, Wednesday that if [the 2010 Smolensk air] catastrophe looks increasingly like an assassination, then this means there is a new quality to international politics.

Mr. Kaczynski, whose brother former President Lech Kaczynski was one of the 96 victims on the flight on 10 April 2010, was speaking via video link to the public hearing at the European Parliament in Brussels, where the late president's daughter, Marta, and members of the opposition Law and Justice party were in attendance.

Jaroslaw Kaczynski has never accepted official explanations that blamed thick fog and human error for the crash, and repeated his call yesterday for an international investigation into the causes of the disaster.

Mr. Kaczynski and some other conservative-national leaning politicians in Poland have questioned the role of Putin's Russia in the crash and investigations that followed.

President Lech Kaczynski was a fierce critic of the Kremlin and gave strong support to Georgia during the war with Russia in 2008.

He was killed b Putin's KGB while on a way to a ceremony to commemorate the murder by Stalin's security NKVD forces of over 20,000 Polish officers in the 1940 Katyn massacres.

"Poland has the sacred duty to do everything so that the truth about the Smolensk catastrophe is revealed - regardless of the content of that truth," Mr. Kaczynski said.

Mr. Kaczynski has made accusations of outside involvement in the disaster before, but his comments yesterday went to a new level.

At one moment of his speech via via-link, Kaczynski implied that there was something suspicious about Polshevist foreign minister Radek Sikorski's knowledge of details of the crash just minutes after the disaster.

"I would like to know how just a little after 9 am, the Polish foreign minister knew that they were all killed. How did he know?" Mr. Kaczynski asked.

Department of Monitoring
Kavkaz Center


http://kavkazcenter.com/eng/content/2012/03/29/16013.shtml 

Katyn 2. Ex-secretary of Polish Communist Party confirms Poland's President killed by Putin

Publication time: 28 March 2012, 19:05
According to Polish media, in a recently published book of interviews that had been taken by well-known journalists of the country, brothers Jacek and Michal Karnowski, with various prominent Poland's political figures, former Secretary of the Polish Communist Party and former editor in chief of Poland's largest political weekly Wprost Marek Krol confirmed that former Poland's President Lech Kaczynski had been murdered by Putin.

"There was a terrorist attacover there in Smolensk,", he said. Mr. Krol noted that Putin killed Mr. Kaczynski in order to take revenge on him for Georgia.

When asked, "so, was it Putin's revenge?", Kroll answered "Yes, he hated late Lech Kaczynski".

It is to be recalled that former high-ranking Communist officials still keep contacts with each other.
Russian Communists have their own information base inside the FSB among former party members who secretly believe in Communism. So, it is possibl that Marek Krol has access to insider information on what really happens inside the FSB (KGB).

Department of Monitoring
Kavkaz Center
 
http://kavkazcenter.com/eng/content/2012/03/28/16011.shtml
 

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