Islam against the civilisation of the West
The bloody suicide bombing against the Christians praying in the church of Alexandria at midnight of the Christian New Year, 1 January 2011, was not only a ‘standard’ act of Islamic terrorism but also a symptom of a new intensified wave of aggression of Islam against the West as the American analysts of CIA and the NATO intelligence services say. »
Unfortunately, they did not want to listen to us
Wieslawa Lewandowska talks to Antoni Macierewicz about the big fog, the manipulation of the truth, the Chicago Convention and public opinion as well as guilt, cost and responsibility for the plane crash.
Infrastructure vanishing in fog
Wieslawa Lewandowska talks to Mr Jerzy Polaczek, MP, about the destruction of the Polish railways and why Czestochowa will have the biggest traffic jams in Poland soon. »
‘Russia is big and Poland is a small country’
Fr Zbigniew Suchy
The title is not mine. These words, spoken by the NKWD General Anodina, were repeated by Colonel Klich. Here is a fragment of the interview, ‘The Polish official Edmund Klich accredited to the Interstate Aviation Committee (MAK) admitted that during the works conducted by MAK with its head Tatiana Anodina »
We do not agree to such treatment
In Poland nobody expected that the Russians would publish the final report of the Interstate Aviation Committee (MAK) on the causes of the Smolensk plane crash so quickly. »
The ports of Szczecin-Swinoujscie written off?
The recent decisions of Donald Tusk’s government were exceptionally unprofitable for the ports of Szczecin-Swinoujscie and consequently, for these cities and the entire region. »
Instead of explanations we have invectives
Wieslawa Lewandowska talks to Antoni Macierewicz about the MAK report and its consequences.
The families of the Smolensk plane crash are shocked by the contents of the report that announces to the whole world that drunken General Blasik »
Poles put confidence in credit unions
Anna Cichoblazinska talks to Grzegorz Bierecki, President of Poland's National Association of Cooperative Savings & Credit Unions and second vice chair of World Council of Credit Unions.
A book in the spirit of the MAK report
In ‘Niedziela’ issue 3 of 16 January 2010 there was a note explaining the manipulation connected with the book entitled ‘Katastrofa smolenska. »
I call things as they are
Wieslawa Lewandowska talks to Beata Kempa, MP, about decency and tears in politics, sweeping matters under the rug and lobbing in the Parliament as well as that it is better to have a house in a small town than to have a big apartment in Warsaw.
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. »
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