“We have had no diplomacy around here for a very long time now. All we have is propaganda and a very primitive one to boot. Our media and the Western media corporations that are calling the tune in Poland live in a virtual world, out of touch with reality,” Konrad Rękas said.
The events in Ukraine have shown very distinctly the extent of fascism in Ukrainian society. The revival of neo-Nazi tendencies in the form of ultra-Ukrainian nationalism began on the eve of the collapse of the Soviet Union in the late 1980s.
Heavy trucks amassed at the Belarusian-Lithuanian border because of suspended freight traffic between Russia and Poland, the State Border Committee of Belarus said on its website Sunday.
The nationwide protests that have rocked Poland over the past couple of months have been completely misrepresented in the international media, even among outlets that are editorially sympathetic to one side or the other