500 days of truth
Polish economy needs radical profound reforms and not next 500 days of politics of love and doing nothing. »
Dispute about the cross or about memory
The two big crosses, two terrible disasters, that have afflicted Poland recently – the plane crash at Smolensk and the floods – neither unite us nor evoke responsibility for our homeland but are used by Civic Platform for political quarrels. »
In the land of mediagenic happiness
Wieslawa Lewandowska talks to Witold Kolodziejski, Chairman of the National Broadcasting Council (KRRiT), about the politicisation of the public media and the desire to silence obstinate journalists.
About the left wing in the shadow of the right wing
Wieslawa Lewandowska talks to Dr. Tomasz Zukowski about the extraordinary environment of the post-communist centre-right wing and the quite new left wing.
Till 20 June 2010 we seemed to have had a stable, two-party political system: two centre-right parties having common roots; the difference being distrust rather than programmes. »
When the party said it would give, these were only words
No matter who our President is he will have to face the tragic effects of the floods. In spite of the fact that the fate of the flood-affected people is in the hands of the Prime Minister and the government there were so many promises made during the presidential campaign that withdrawal from help would be shameful. »
Polish left-wing today
Fr Ireneusz Skubis
The first presidential voting is over. Grzegorz Napieralski as the candidate of the left wing is said to have the biggest success and the society is said to begin supporting this political option again. »
Let us help restore hope
Rev. Msgr. Ireneusz Skubis talks to Rev. Msgr. Marian Subocz, director of Caritas Polska about helping people who were affected by floods.
Jan Maria Jackowski
Catholics were stirred to learn that Portugal’s President signed a bill legalising homosexual relationships. Anibal Cavaco Silva is a practising Catholic and a friend of the Patriarch of Lisbon Cardinal José da Cruz Policarpo. »
Reconciliation with ‘Moscow warranty’?
After the plane crash the Russian faction, having been hidden within the Prussian faction, appealing to an urgent ‘reconciliation with Russia’, spoke again. ‘Reconciliation’ is a very individual act, a personal one. »
Poland needs a national strategy
Fr Ireneusz Skubis talks to Marek Jurek, a presidential candidate, the leader of the Right of the Republic, former Parliament Speaker.
We choose ‘remembrance and identity’
Homeland – when I am thinking of it – I meet John Paul II, Primate Stefan Wyszynski, Fr Jerzy Popieluszko. I meet the martyrs of the German and Soviet camps. »
The one and only right
Wieslawa Lewandowska asks Prof. Zdzislaw Krasnodebski whether the dispute about Poland should stop or on the contrary, it should go on.
Some questions about patriotism and Europeanness
The start of the presidential campaign and then the flood brought us important information: on 13 May 2010, in the town hall in Aachen Prime Minister Donald Tusk received the German Charles the Great Prize, called the European Nobel. »
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