What news don’t we get to know in Poland?
Together with the Katyn 2010 Families’ Association Prof. Ryszard Legutko, MEP, organised a public hearing The Investigation of the Smolensk Plane Crash 10.04.2010 - A Matter for EU Institutions? in the European Parliament. »
This Christmas will be hard
This Christmas was to be the same as it was every year. But it will not be the same: the plane crash at Smolensk changed everything »
‘Consiliere’ of the Kremlin in Poland
The Russian President Dmitrij Medvedev paid a visit to Poland on his way to Brussels where he promoted a friendly image of Putin’s Russia in ‘the eyes of the west.’ »
Poles must have more children
The government of Donald Tusk has led to the avalanche-like debt of the state. Wanting to find some solution it attempts to liquidate or considerably limit the instruments supporting families. But the unfavourably demographical phenomena are increasing. »
In the shadow of Katyn
Wieslawa Lewandowska talks to Prof. Wojciech Materski about difficult matters, historical politics and distortion of history as well as the Russian myths and TV serials.
Nowadays we are dealing with some civilisational changes generated by the Internet. Unfortunately, many of them have or can have sad effects, especially for young people. »
About fabricated information
Bishop Adam Lepa
It is usually said that information has benefits that are evident. Thanks to that an individual deepens knowledge, strengthens relationships with other people, fulfils the need to inform and being informed as well as builds a society of information. »
Commissioned fuss, real fear?
The proxy of the families of six Smolensk victims put forward to the public prosecutor the motion to question the Minister of National Defence Bogdan Klich (who is a professional psychiatrist). »
Changes in Open Pension Funds to help ordinary people
If we accept the proposals of Labour Minister Jolanta Fedak (the Polish Peasant Party) the deficit of the state budget can have ca. 22 billion zloty decrease per year, i.e. over four times more that the VAT increase proposed by the government. »
Jan Maria Jackowski
Despite the fact that the transformations of 1989 were accepted as the date of the fall of communism in Central-Eastern Europe they did not mark a clear political and moral caesura between the Third Polish Republic and the Polish People’s Republic. »
Smokescreen in front of the Presidential Palace
The struggle for the presence of the cross in front of the Presidential Palace, where Poles pay tribute to the victims of the national tragedy – the plane crash at Smolensk – continues. »
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