PiS MP Marek Suski, during the celebration of the 76th anniversary of the release of Home Army soldiers from the prison of the Security Office in Radom, compared Poland’s struggle with invaders during World War II to its current relations with the European Union. “Illegal” Poland fought against one occupier during World War II, fought against the Soviet occupier and we will fight the Brussels occupier, he said.
Member of the Civic Coalition Konrad Frysztak published in social media a fragment of the statement by PiS MP Marek Suski on the 76th anniversary of the release of Home Army soldiers from the UB prison in Radom.
– Poland “illegal” fought during World War II with one invader, fought against the Soviet occupier and we will fight the Brussels occupier, where Brussels sends us governors who are to bring Poland to order, bring us to our knees, so that we may be a German state, and not a proud state of free Poles – said Suski.
Suski’s statement was commented on by professor Andrzej Rzepliński, former president of the Constitutional Tribunal, in “Kropka nad i” on TVN24.
– This is what we must do the Warsaw Uprising against the invaders and rave like the Deputy Marshal, who lied about the fact that the British, or rather the English, because not all of them voted to leave, were fed up with the dictates of the Brussels bureaucracy, said Rzepliński, while referring to to the statement of another PiS politician, Deputy Speaker of the Sejm Ryszard Terlecki, who suggested that Poland should seek “drastic solutions” in dealing with the European Union. “The British showed that the dictatorship of the Brussels bureaucracy did not suit them, they turned and left,” added Terlecki.
– I was embarrassed that the professor could say such nonsense – admitted the former president of the Constitutional Tribunal.
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