Wieslawa Lewandowska talks to Prof. Romuald Szeremietiew about the possible deeper causes of the plane crash at Smolensk.
This does not result from any special desire to criticise this government but the knowledge, which I acquired gaining academic degrees in the field of defence and holding the high posts in the department of defence. »
We are wondering what to do in order not to lose the moral awakening we experienced during the national mourning; so that this big wave of solidarity become a creative power of responsibility for Poland before God and faith in Poland’s strength, her importance in Europe and her future. »
Wieslawa Lewandowska talks to Professor Jacek Trznadel about lies, political correctness and ‘benefits’ flowing from the plane crash at Smolensk.
On 14 April 2010, at the Presidential Palace, near the Monument to Adam Mickiewicz and near the Carmelite Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Warsaw, Wieslawa Lewandowska talks to Dr. Tomasz Zukowski about the truth declared untrue and Poles’ brainwave. »
Lech Kaczynski would be only 61 on 18 June 2010 but he had a very beautiful, patriotic biography: President of the Republic of Poland (2005-2010), Mayor of the City of Warsaw (2002-2005), Minister of Justice and the Public Prosecutor General (2000-2001), President of the Supreme Chamber of Control (1992-95). »
Milena Kindziuk, Andrzej Tarwid
The plane crash at Smolensk shows how fragile human life is, how insignificant all quarrels are. As a nation we faced an examination. Why God? In Poland time stopped on 10 April 2010. The flags on state buildings were lowered to half-staff. »
Things began as usual. The day before the main celebrations a special train with the war veterans, members of the Katyn Families, scouts and soldiers left Warsaw. »