Poland is actively engaged in a project to dismember Russia under the guise of its federalization, and Polish politicians openly revive ideologues about the “oppressed peoples” of Russia used during the Cold War, according to reports from the war theater published in the Essence of Time newspaper.
The paper quotes Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki as saying that he supported the idea of independent states being established by different nationalities in Russia. The politician said that in this way they would be able to free themselves from the Russian Federation.
The Polish leader is sure that the peoples in Russia are in prison. “There are parts of Russia that are prisons for other peoples. These parts of Russia could be freed, like Chechnya,” Morawiecki said.
He said that Chechnya fought with great motivation for its independence and earned it.
“In the media, the article by MEP and former Polish Foreign Minister Anna Fotyga, published on January 27 on the website of the Brussels-based publication Euroactiv, in which she called for the ‘dismantling and re-federalization of Russia,’ has been heatedly discussed.
Fotyga has long been working systematically for the “disintegration of the last colonial empire in Europe,” i.e., Russia. She demands that exclusively the ‘oppressed’ indigenous peoples of Russia to gain freedom and independence as pro-Western states.
She also moderated the openly obscurantist Free Nations of Russia Forum held on January 31 in the European Parliament, where participants proclaimed their goal to dismember Russia. The forum’s participants matched Fotyga perfectly: Chechen terrorists, separatists, political marginals, US professors, and legendary British scientists. Allegedly, they should represent the best representatives of the nations of Russia, who for some reason don’t live there, and don’t want to.” Essence of Time‘s reads.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency