Psychiatrist in the service of totalitarianism
Brain washing, waffling, defining someone as insane, crank, psychopath, fanatic – al these things have happened. The totalitarian regimes in Tsarist Russia and the Soviet Union used these methods. »
Germany gives up atomic energy
The damage of the nuclear power plant in Fukushima, Japan, and the 25th anniversary of the Chernobyl tragedy reminded us of the possible negative large-scale effects of nuclear energy. »
White Book of Smolensk Tragedy
Wieslawa Lewandowska talks to Antoni Macierewicz, MP.
This document was ready to be published two weeks ago. However, we thought that some matters should be written more precise and we had to postpone the presentation of the document. »
Secrets of shale rocks
Apart from the USA and Canada Poland is the most active and most attractive place to find shale gas in the world. In Europe several countries have shale resources but Poland and France are evaluated as the most geologically attractive places. »
Polish gas cake
Wieslawa Lewandowska talks to Pawel Poprawa about the Polish gas revolution, energy-political alliances as well as bad and good heroes of the new Polish fairy-tale.
The removal of the prosecutor supervising the investigation of the Smolensk plane crash can be another catastrophe. However, the worst thing is that some people may expect this disaster. »
Let us save life
On 28 June 2011, the bill protecting human life from conception is coming up for first reading in the Parliament. »
Terror of political correctness and a caricature of tolerance
The Italian philosopher and MEP Rocco Buttiglione warns, ‘Currently, there is a terror of political correctness and caricature of tolerance in Europe.’ And at the same time he appeals to politicians to reflect while voting bills against the family. »
Credit unions – Profitably! Safely! Humanly!"
This was the motto of the 19th National Conference of the Cooperative Savings and Credit Unions, held on 13-14 June 2011. This time it was Wroclaw that hosted the conference participants. »
Cold war on remembrance
Wiesława Lewandowska talks to Prof. Wojciech Materski about the Russian and Polish prisoners of the 1920 war, Stalin's hatred and the need of the myth of anti-Katyn.
Time for European solidarity
Wieslawa Lewandowska talks to Jaroslaw Sellin, MP, about the Polish presidency of the EU Council, the mysterious and opposing priorities as well as the shameful matters and smuggling of national interests.
Big sweeping under the carpet
Wieslawa Lewandowska talks to Dr. Zbigniew Kuzmiuk about the public debt, mechanisms of creative accounting, financial pillow and Hungarian solutions.
In the school of the new Blessed
Archbishop Jozef Michalik
John Paul II loved his and our priesthood. He was eager to ordain priests, which many of us experienced being built up by his extraordinary kindness. »
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