In Anticipation of the Move of the "Russian Chessmaster"



Here, I am reading the English-language Western press with great attention and I read with disbelief about the "non-political character" of Nord Stream.

The strategic Russian-German partnership is becoming more and more visible and takes the form of concrete political decisions by Germany, making it difficult for other NATO allies to assist Ukraine. Russia-US negotiations are ongoing and no one even mentions the Budapest Memorandum on Security Assurances — an international agreement signed in December 1994 in Budapest, under which the United States, Russia and the United Kingdom undertook to respect Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity, and to refrain from any threats to use force against its independence and territorial integrity.

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NATO unity is bursting at the seams, while "European solidarity lies at the bottom of the Baltic Sea" and is called Nord Stream. It seems that international law is no longer obeyed. And all of this takes place near the borders of Poland.

Logic dictates that the role of the American Polonia is not finished yet and requires a coordinated policy of influencing the Washington administration in terms of strengthening NATO's eastern flank and directing aid to Poland for future refugees from Ukraine.

I am also observing the professional operation of the Ukrainian diaspora in Canada and its influence on the Canadian government's decision to support Ukraine by financing weapons and sending even a small group of Canadian special forces soldiers to Ukraine.

Recently, representatives of Polish organizations had a virtual meeting with the US ambassador to Poland — Mark Brzeziński. The "meeting that did not happen," because the State Department had not agreed to make it public, was pure courtesy. There were no words exchanged about NATO's eastern flank or about the Three Seas Initiative. Nothing has been said about the priorities for the Polish-American policy.

I would like to remind you that there are 10 million American Poles in the USA who have helped Poland many times in achieving some of the goals of Polish foreign policy. One such matter was undoubtedly Poland's accession to NATO and 9 million signatures under the petition on this, collected by the President of the Polish American Congress — Edward Moskal. We must constantly remind our compatriots from upon the Vistula River about these facts here from America, because in Warsaw, the total credit for this historical event is given to itself by our wonderful Polish diplomacy.

At the moment, a danger is approaching the Polish borders and our families there on the Vistula River. So it is time for joint, coordinated action on this issue. Let's stop playing Chopin around the consulates and focus on specific and effective meetings, informing about what is really going on in Ukraine and in this part of the world.

It is worth saying that very influential people in the US — for example the guru of the right-wing FOX television, Tucker Carlson — have very negative opinions of Ukraine and the countries of Central and Eastern Europe. The aforementioned TV showman has long been encouraging conservative audiences not to support Ukraine. As it turns out, Moscow's arm is very long.





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