Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki in Krakow said that “we want to govern ourselves in our way in Poland”. “We want to get rid of these habits of being held accountable to other tribunals for our and not our faults,” he said. As he added, “there is only one tribunal to which we answer.” “It is the tribunal of our history and our future,” he said.
In his speech in Krakow, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said that in order to face independence “we must get rid of a certain habit that has been forced into our heads for some 300 years”.
This habit, he argued, was also attempted in us in the years of the Third Polish Republic. – It is a habit of some kind of scandal, a habit of micromania, it is a policy of pedagogy of shame, it is an attempt to shift someone else’s guilt and sins onto our shoulders – he mentioned.
Morawiecki: there is only one tribunal before which we answer
– We were taught to listen to others for decades and hundreds of years, and we want to govern ourselves in Poland, in Polish. We want to get rid of these habits of being accountable to others for our and not our sins, for our sins and not ours, and to be accountable to other tribunals. There is only one tribunal before which we are answerable, that is the tribunal of our history and our future, said the Prime Minister.
In order for independence to serve us for hundreds of years, he added, we need to “build sovereign elites, in a very broad sense of the word.”
– Until 2015, the elites of that Republic, with short breaks, cared for who? The most gentle thing to say is that they cared first of all for themselves (…) this is their main sin. Certainly, the sin of some of them is espionage, said the head of government.
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