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Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Putin is a true barbarian

(The story below proves that president Putin is a barbarian, and we are giving it to Mainstream Media on the silver platter. Weather or not Russian obsessed CNN or MSNBC will jump on it is an open question.)


A huge scandal is brewing that could damage  Russia - Poland relations for decades. It is about a barbaric treatment of the remains of the victims of a government plane that crashed in Smolensk, Russia, in 2010.

(We are going to start with a re-post from 2 moths ago.)
Exhumations of the bodies of the victims of Smolensk crash bring more and more shocking news. They all show that prosecutors' decision to open all the graves was absolutely right. At the same time, we see more and more painful effects of the ban on open coffins, made by the Polish government in 2010. For this reason, the Russians could afford to do anything they wanted. And they did.  
During the exhumation carried out in 2017 the most shocking discovery of all exhumations till now was made. In one coffin there were two heads, three legs and four hip bones. (Out of respect for the families we deliberately withheld the date of the exhumation.)
It is not known yet which victims' remains were in one grave. It will be determined after the ongoing genetic research. Earlier we learned about switching other two bodies and a number of cases where the remains of the victims were in the wrong graves. According to the prosecutors who assisted in the exhumations, the bodies were not only intermixed, but also desecrated, which proves bad intentions. They did whatever they wanted and how they wanted. The plastic cup sewn into a body of a victim or a cigarette butt found in the body of President Kaczorowski are the key examples of the total lack of respect... (smolenskcrashnews.com
Again, as in several previous cases, there can be no mistake. This cannot be explained neither by the mess, nor haste. The Russians had deliberately placed the remains of victims in such a way in the coffins.
Why did they risk it? According to our information, Russian representatives were present during the Moscow meeting between Polish ministers, Ewa Kopacz and Thomas Arabski, and victims' families. The ministers pressed them to "apply themselves" to identify the victims, because the coffins will not be opened in Poland. It is otherwise difficult  to explain the terribly contemptuous treatment of the bodies of the Polish elite by the Russians than that they knew that the caskets will be closed.

We thought that what we learned was really bad and could not get any worse.

We were wrong. This week more results of exhumations were announced. It was found that many caskets contained the remains of multiple victims. In some cases 4 or 6. It puts Russian "experts" in a very bad light. It was also revealed that in one case, those remains were staffed in the casket in the garbage bags.

Here is what the Russians have to say:
MOSCOW, May 31. /TASS/. Poland’s accusations hurled at Russian experts investigating the Polish presidential plane crash, which occurred near the Russian city of Smolensk in 2010, are improper, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Wednesday.
"I have seen media reports saying that Polish authorities have been exhuming the crash victims," Zakharova said. "There have also been speculations concerning some errors done during the exhumation which were blamed on Russia." 

"The victims’ remains were sent to Poland a few days after the crash, Polish officials and the victims’ relatives participated in the identification," Zakharova pointed out. "The transfer of the bodies was conducted in strict accordance with all rules and regulations, while Russia was not involved in the procedures that were later conducted on Poland’s territory," she said.


"This is why we believe the accusations against the Russian experts are uncalled for and far-fetched, as they have honorably fulfilled their duty," the Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman stressed.

EN. (Previous)


8/13/17:
Charlottesville Protest Turns Violent as State of Emergency Declared
Ted Cruz Calls On DOJ To Investigate Charlottesville Attack As Domestic Terrorism
Tips lead to arrest of MS-13 gang member on FBI Ten Most Wanted list
Advocates stage first big Texas protest against border wall
(Finally) Trump to launch investigation into China intellectual property violations
Chinese Planes Buzz Taiwan in Military Drills
Iranian Parliament Increases Funding For Missiles, IRGC In Reaction To U.S. Sanctions
Danish submarine was 'deliberately sunk'
Two girl scouts, three other people die in storms in Poland

8/12/17:
Home To University Of Virginia Prepares For Violence At White Nationalist Rally
New Orleans braces for new flooding as it copes with power outages, failed pumping system
Donald Trump’s Approval Rating Jumps Six Points
Trump Refuses Call From Maduro, Until ‘Democracy Is Restored In That Country’
Trump, Chinese President Discuss ‘Dangerous’ North Korea Situation
World’s Oldest Man, A Holocaust Survivor, Dies In Israel At Age 113
Five (2 Girl Scouts) killed in storms in Poland
Trump Won’t Rule Out Military Option for Venezuela

8/11/17:
China Bares Its Teeth, But Meets Unexpected Resistance Across Asia
Venezuelan Leader Nicolas Maduro Is Calling for a Meeting With Donald Trump
Strong, but Deep, Earthquake Shakes Northern Philippines
Germany to restart sending migrants back to Greece
Trump Thanks Russia's Putin for Slashing US Diplomatic Staff
Trump Says Warning To North Korea 'Maybe Wasn't Tough Enough'
Left-Wing Magazine The Nation Report Puts ‘Russian Hack’ DNC Narrative in Freefall
CNN Accidentally Makes The Case For Limiting Immigration

8/10/17
Japan ready to protect Guam, defense minister says
Cuban Diplomats Expelled After U.S. Embassy Staff 'Incidents' In Havana
U.S. Says Putin Visit To Georgia's Abkhazia 'Inappropriate'
FM: EU 'harassing', 'discriminating' Poland
North Korea Threatens Attack Plan for Guam by Mid-August
Zionist Organization of America Analysis Determines McMaster Hostile to Trump, Calls for Reassignment
Trump Dossier Firm Turns Over Documents To Senate Panel, But There’s Just One Problem
Google Employee: ‘Google Is Run Like A Religious Cult’

8/9/17
Quake in China's Sichuan kills 19, including tourists; injures 247
'Traces of explosion' found on Smolensk plane
Paris attack: Police hunt for car driven at soldiers
Polish FM: European Commission trying to 'deprive Poland of its position' North Korea Threatens To Hit U.S. Pacific Island With Missile Strike
US Military: Iranian Drone Comes Within 30 Meters of US Fighter Jet
Scientists call out New York Times for incorrect claim about climate report
Report Calls On Sessions To End EPA’s $1.5 Billion Slush Fund
Donald Trump Warns North Korea: Threats to United States Will Be Met with ‘Fire and Fury’

PL. (Poprzednie)


13/8/17:
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Walka o polski kościół w Niemczech. W jego miejsce powstanie blok dla uchodźców
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Pierwsze dla Rumunii autobusy elektryczne dostarczy Solaris
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Takiej nawałnicy nigdy tu nie było. Pięć ofiar śmiertelnych, milionowe straty. Część Borów Tucholskich przestała istnieć

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Trump zagroził Wenezueli interwencją militarną
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Edukacja islamistyczna w Niemczech! Minister edukacji chce języka arabskiego w szkołach
11/8/17:
"Global Times": Jeśli Stany Zjednoczone zaatakują pierwsze, Chiny je powstrzymają
Mark Zuckerberg chce być prezydentem USA
FBI bada "dziwne" dolegliwości dyplomatów USA na Kubie. Atak akustyczny?
Palestyna ogranicza wolność na Facebooku
Kaczyński zdradza, kiedy skończą się miesięcznice smoleńskie!
Prawie 5 tys. interwencji po burzach. Jedna osoba zginęła, cztery są ranne
44 wnioski do sądu po wczorajszych manifestacjach
W Polsce wykryto potencjalnie skażone jajka. Jest ich nawet 40 tysięcy sztuk

10/8/17
Gronkiewicz-Waltz: Nie stawię się przed komisją
Grube miliony na poselskie luksusy! Fakt ujawnia skrywany projekt
Wpływy z VAT wyższe niż rok temu. W budżecie dodatkowy miliard złotych
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Polacy awansowali na 5. miejsce w rankingu FIFA
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Incydent nad lotniskowcem USS Nimitz. Super Hornet vs. irański dron
Niewielkie spadki na Wall Street
Rosyjski samolot szpiegowski latał nad Waszyngtonem
9/8/17
Francja: pod Paryżem samochód wjechał w żołnierzy. 6 osób rannych
Chiny: silne trzęsienie ziemi, są ofiary śmiertelne
Wielka Brytania: Jeremy Corbyn odmówił potępienia Nicolasa Maduro
Macron chciał nadać żonie specjalny „status” i wynagrodzenie. Pomysł „wywrócił” artysta i sprzeciw Francuzów
Nominacje generalskie. Spór prezydenta i MON stał się jawny
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