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Women were subjected to torture and stripped of their dignity, while a priest was arrested on Maundy Thursday, a day symbolic of the institution of priesthood. The choice of victims and the use of Stalinist methods, along with the involvement of various judges, prosecutors, and officials, paint a disturbing picture of the situation. This is a clear indication of the continuation of oppressive practices. The actions described in this post echo the injustices of Lavatory Courts and Nail Pulling, highlighting a pattern of abuse and mistreatment towards vulnerable individuals. It is crucial to address these systemic issues and hold those…

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Poland celebrates the 227th anniversary of ‘Dąbrowski’s Mazurek,’ a patriotic anthem elevated to the status of the nation’s official anthem 97 years ago. Composed by Józef Rufin Wybicki, a prominent figure in Polish history, this anthem symbolizes the country’s struggle for sovereignty. Józef Rufin Wybicki: A Heroic Figure Wybicki, born in 1747, led a diverse career in law and politics. His collaboration with General Jan Dąbrowski during the Kościuszko Uprising resulted in the creation of ‘Dąbrowski’s Mazurek.’ Despite facing defeat, Wybicki and Dąbrowski’s efforts led to the establishment of the Polish Legions, solidifying their impact on Polish history. Honoring Wybicki’s…

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The Shocking Truth Behind the Arrest of Mrs Urszula: A Tale of Injustice and Persecution In a disturbing case of government overreach, Andrzej Skrzetuski, the father of detained official Mrs Urszula, has revealed the appalling conditions his daughter has faced while in custody. Mrs Urszula, arrested on the orders of prosecutor Bodnar, has reportedly lost a staggering 10 kilograms during her time in detention. Skrzetuski bravely spoke out on Radio Maryja about the unjust treatment his family has endured. The Ordeal Unveiled Mrs Urszula’s arrest was nothing short of dramatic, as recounted by her father. ABW officers stormed their home…

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Hanwha Aerospace Secures $1 Billion Contract with Romania K9 Self-Propelled Howitzers and K10 Ammunition Resupply Vehicles are set to be delivered following a substantial deal between Hanwha Aerospace and Romania. This contract, valued at $1 billion and finalized on 9th July, includes support vehicles and ammunition, showcasing Hanwha’s robust defence capabilities. Romania’s acquisition of the K9 and K10 systems marks its entry into the K9 User Club, joining other nations operating this advanced technology. By becoming the 10th member of the club, Romania enhances its artillery efficiency and aligns with NATO allies already utilizing the K9 and K10 systems. This…

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The Gazeta Polska Clubs have made a passionate appeal to President Andrzej Duda for the immediate organization of a Human Rights Conference following reports of alleged torture of Father Michał Olszewski. The clubs, known for their patriotic fervour, gathered in front of the Polish Parliament to express their indignation, emphasizing the importance of upholding justice and human dignity. In a letter to President Duda, the club members highlighted Poland’s historical commitment to human rights and the need to address recent reports of abuse. They called for a conference where all political factions can agree on upholding human rights, pledging unity…

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A recent document leaked by Piotr Nisztor regarding the possible reduction of military spending has sparked controversy within the government, opposition, and the army itself. While the government denies the document’s validity, the potential budget cuts remain a topic of consideration. The fate of the military budget lies in the strength of social response, with the public having the power to prevent disarmament during a period of heightened threat. The government’s motive for reducing spending in a critical area remains unclear, leading to speculation about their management of the economy and expenses. While politicians may not admit to underestimating threats…

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German Chancellor Olaf Scholz recently sparked criticism from Poland’s Law and Justice (PiS) party during a joint press conference with Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk. PiS leaders condemned Scholz’s comments about a memorial in Berlin to honor Polish victims of World War II as “a slap in the face for Poland,” exposing historical grievances and the government’s failure to defend national sovereignty. Chancellor Scholz emphasized Germany’s commitment to survivors of World War II but failed to offer concrete financial reparations or direct aid. Prime Minister Tusk’s weak response further fueled tensions, as he admitted no amount of money could compensate…

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In a press conference today, Suwerenna Polska’s Michał Wójcik announced plans to file a formal complaint with the prosecutor’s office regarding the mistreatment of Father Michał Olszewski. The disturbing testimony from Father Olszewski detailed the abuses he endured while in custody, sparking outrage among right-wing politicians who are demanding justice. United Right politicians expressed shock over the situation and are appealing to international bodies and legal authorities for support. Standing Up Against Injustice Wójcik and other politicians are determined to expose the alleged torture of Father Olszewski, drawing parallels to historical injustices and emphasizing the importance of respecting human dignity.…

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Poland is bracing for extreme weather conditions this Sunday, with the Institute of Meteorology and Water Management issuing third-degree storm warnings for several regions. Meteorologist Kamil Walczak predicts severe thunderstorms, hail, and strong winds reaching speeds up to 130 km/h in some areas. Temperatures across the country are expected to exceed 30°C, with some regions potentially hitting 35°C. Even without storms, the wind is forecasted to be moderate to strong. In response to the heat and storm forecasts, heat warnings have been issued, with the highest level of storm warnings for the most at-risk areas. The Government Security Center has…

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On June 28, 1956, Poznań, Poland, witnessed the first general strike and street demonstrations in the Polish People’s Republic (PRL), known as the Poznań June. Workers and citizens protested against government oppression and poor working conditions, leading to a brutal crackdown by the military and police. Despite attempts to erase it from history, the event is now recognized as the Poznań revolt. Remembering a Defining Moment In 2006, the National Day of Remembrance for the Poznań June was established to commemorate the 50th anniversary. Five presidents attended the inaugural celebrations, emphasizing the international significance of the protest and honoring the…

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