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Monday, July 31, 2017

8/1/17 (EN.): US

Trump Asks Why Congress, Insurance Companies Are Exempt from Obamacare Failings

Kellyanne Conway May Be The Next Communications Director

Pentagon, State Dep’t To Trump: It’s Time To Arm Ukraine Against Russia

7/31/17 (EN.): World

Trump and Japan's Abe talk about 'grave and growing' North Korea threat

European Union Takes Legal Action Against Poland… For Refusing To Do As They Are Told

Pence Raises Possibility Of Patriot Antimissile System In Estonia, Prime Minister Says

Putin slashing number of US diplomatic staff in Russia by 755 people


7/31/17 (EN): US

Multiple people injured after van plows into crowd in Los Angeles

State Department slams Venezuela 'sham' elections

Wasserman Schultz Aide In Pakistan Still Liquidating Assets In US

7/31/17 (PL.): Świat

Samochód wjechał w tłum ludzi w Los Angeles

Strzały na dyskotece w Niemczech. Jedna osoba nie żyje, 3 są ciężko ranne

Putin: Rosję opuści 755 amerykańskich dyplomatów

Wenezuela: zakończyły się wybory do Zgromadzenia Konstytucyjnego



7/31/17 (PL.): Polska

11 tysięcy biegaczy uczciło 73. rocznicę wybuchu Powstania Warszawskiego

Rosja może przygotowywać sankcje przeciwko Polsce

Regina obejmuje służbę. Artyleryjski konwój ruszył do Węgorzewa

"Przecież nie możemy wjechać czołgami do Polski". Andruszkiewicz o słowach niemieckiego europosła

Sunday, July 30, 2017

Effort to overthrow Polish government is financed by ... Russians

Poland is lately attacked on two fronts. First is the European Commission, which for some reason thinks that can force member governments to only pass the laws they like. The European Commission has just launched legal action against Poland’s new controversial judicial reforms.

Second, is the coalition of opposition parties that calls itself Total Opposition. Their methods of operation are similar to our DNC. They oppose anything that the new government does or wants to do and if they don't have it their way they complain to the above mentioned European Commission or other bodies of the European Union. But they also increasingly call for riots in the streets, bloodshed and military coup as did Lech Walesa whose popularity drops on the daily bases.

The leftist media, including CNN, The New York Times and The Washington Post, would make you believe that everybody in Poland, especially Polish youth, hate what the new government is doing. They even try painting it as a fascist or at least authoritarian. But the truth is that the majority of Poles wish to see judicial reform. They are tired of the endless string of scandals that involve former ruling party, lawyers and, yes, judiciary.

The scandals are so big and so irrefutable that former ruling party officials, now in the Total Oposition, have no choice but to turn to methods worthy of Lannisters from the Game of Thrones or the Clintons here in the United States. All of it, including street protests and astroturfing require financial resources. According to the reporting of Polish TV station "Wiadomości" TVP the support comes from several foundations financed by foreign sources. Dutch, German, British and, yes, Russian. Russian support is several times bigger than all other sources together and comes from people close to none other than Mr. Putin, the wealthiest man in the World.

Related:
Stop colluding with Communists and Russians against democratically elected government

7/30/17 (EN.): US

Samantha Power almost confirmed as being behind all the unmasking last year?

DNC, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Yahoo! News, and CNN colluded with Fusion GPS (and Russians)

Top U.S. Watchdog: ‘We’re Drowning Afghans in Money’

Man Who Allegedly Raped Oregon Woman Was Released Despite Detention Request

7/30/17 (EN.): World

US, Allies Fly Bombers, Fighter Jets Over Korean Peninsula

Australian Police Foil Terror Plot To Take Down Airliner, PM Says

Poland’s deputy FM: EU infringement procedure “unjustified”

EU at breaking point? Meddling Brussels launches legal action against Poland

7/30/17 (PL.): Polska

Ziobro: prezydent Andrzej Duda musi wybrać: historyczna wielkość albo groteska

Obywatele RP zaniepokojeni. "Minister Błaszczak nas straszy"

Kto finansuje protesty opozycji?

Akcja Platformy na plażach wyśmiana. „Nawet wakacje potrafią obrzydzić”

7/30/17 (PL.): Świat

Dwa bombowce strategiczne B-1B przeleciały nad Półwyspem Koreańskim

Akcja antyterrorystyczna w Australii. Udaremniony zamach bombowy

Hiszpania: Pożar przyczyną ewakuacji ponad 22 tysięcy ludzi z festiwalu muzycznego

Papież Franciszek: trzeba zwalczać plagę handlu ludźmi

Putin wpadł w szał, zaczęły się groźby. Jego człowieka jeszcze nikt tak nie potraktował

Saturday, July 29, 2017

7/29/17 (EN.): US

After failure of health care bill, Trump demands major change in how Senate votes

RNC: When Democrats Celebrate The Failure Of ObamaCare Repeal They Celebrate Americans’ Suffering

John Kelly, New Chief of Staff, Is Seen as Beacon of Discipline

NYT Turns Wasserman Schultz FBI Boondoggle Into Conspiracy Funhouse, Ignores Actual Substance

7/29/17 (EN.): World

Iran: US Navy Again Fires Warning Shots Near Its Vessels, "pay back?"

EU Takes Legal Action Against Poland Over Controversial Judicial Reforms

N. Korea leader says 'all US' within range after missile test

‘Black Lives Matter’ Riots in London, Police and Public Attacked

7/29/17 (PL.): Świat

Niemcy: nożownik z Hamburga był arabskim imigrantem, islamistą

„Winter is coming": Putin chce zostać królem Północy

Komisja Europejska uruchomiła postępowanie przeciwko Polsce

Wielka Brytania: zmarł niespełna roczny Charlie Gard

RNA: Lotniskowiec USA oddał strzał ostrzegawczy w kierunku okrętów Iranu, wystrzelili flary

7/29/17 (PL.): Polska

Polska broń dla Iraku? Ambasador Gulal: "Trwają rozmowy"

Operator Polsatu pobity w Puszczy Białowieskiej. Napastnicy chcieli przejechać go autem, zniszczyli sprzęt

Wiceszef MSZ: wszczęcie przez KE postępowania wobec Polski jest nieuzasadnione

Friday, July 28, 2017

Zaprojektuj paszport na 100. rocznicę odzyskania niepodległości

Radość z odzyskania niepodległości przez Polskę w 1918 roku jest zawsze wspaniałą okazją do świętowania. Pamiętam czas, kiedy tej rocznicy nie było w kalendarzach, dlatego 100 lat Niepodległej warto uczcić w sposób szczególny, razem ze wszystkimi Polakami. Stąd zrodził się pomysł stworzenia czegoś nowego, co będzie powodem do dumy z bohaterstwa i poświęcenia naszych przodków, tych którzy przelewali krew za wolność Polski i tych, którzy ciężko pracowali, gdy odzyskała niepodległość. Chcemy upamiętnić te wydarzenia w zaprojektowanym wspólnie paszporcie.

Pierwszy raz każdy Polak będzie mógł zdecydować, który motyw graficzny znajdzie się w książeczce paszportowej głosując na najważniejszą, jego zdaniem, postać, wydarzenie, miejsce lub symbol związany z odzyskaniem przez Polskę niepodległości w 1918 roku.

http://zaprojektujpaszport.gov.pl/

Mariusz Błaszczak
Minister Spraw Wewnętrznych i Administracji

7/28/17 (EN.): World

Pakistan's Sharif Resigns After Supreme Court Orders His Removal

Twitter’s Stock Plummets On Report It Is Losing Money And Losing Users In The U.S.

Traffic at Poland's regional airports grows 14%

7/28/17 (EN.): US

3 GOP Senators Help Defeat Repeal of the Affordable Care Act

Trump-Sessions Tensions Ease as DOJ Gets Back on Track

House Judiciary Republicans Call For Second Special Counsel To Investigate Clinton, Comey, Lynch

7/28/17 (PL.): Świat

Zaprosili Putina na obchody 100-lecia niepodległości. Nie złożył im gratulacji

Pociąg nie wyhamował na dworcu. Kilkudziesięciu rannych

USA: w Senacie nie powiodła się próba wycofania Obamacare

7/28/17 (PL.): Polska

Jarosław Kaczyński: Reforma miała na celu dekomunizację sądownictwa. Prezydent popełnił poważny błąd

Powązki nie dla Bieruta

IPN o dokumentach rosyjskiego resortu obrony o Armii Czerwonej: To fałszowanie historii

Niemiecki rząd zaskoczony postawą polskich władz. Jest interwencja

Thursday, July 27, 2017

7/27/17 (EN.): International

EU commissioner who thinks he
should govern Poland
Insults fly after EU ultimatum to Poland

Saakashvili May Be Forced To Seek Asylum In United States, Legislator Says

Polish interior ministry maintains position on refugee relocation

Brexit: UK-EU freedom of movement 'to end in March 2019'

7/27/17 (EN.): US

These Seven Republicans Just Voted Against Repealing Obamacare

Trump: Transgender People Barred From US Military

House Judiciary Committee Officially Approves Effort to Launch Investigation of Comey, Lynch

Gov. Scott Walker And President Trump Announce Foxconn Factory In Wisconsin

7/27/17 (PL.): Świat

Kolejny polonofob atakuje nasz kraj! Tym razem ... kanclerz Austrii!

Komisja Europejska daje Polsce miesiąc na rozwiązanie problemów z sądownictwem

Prezydent Trump zakazuje transseksualistom służby w armii

Wietnam kupuje rosyjskie czołgi T-90

7/27/17 (PL.): Polska

„Gazeta Wyborcza”: Policja inwigilowała opozycję podczas protestów. Dziennik publikuje nagrania

Policja odpowiada na zarzuty o inwigilacji opozycji

Ulewa w Trójmieście i na Pomorzu. W Gdańsku zagrożenie wylaniem zbiorników i potoku

Wiemy, kiedy Sąd Najwyższy zajmie się ułaskawieniem Kamińskiego. Przyłębska i Ziobro protestują

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

The Guardian becomes UK's leading Fake News organization

I accidentally came across something that looks like a published letter of Polish Ambassador Arkady Rzegocki written in response to the article “William and Kate have been duped into endorsing Poland’s ugly nationalism”.  I will give a full text published, or should I say censored to the point that you may think it was written by an idiot, and then I will give an actual text of the letter written by Mr. Rzegocki. You be the judge as to who practices a rare art of Fake News. BTW, they could not even give us an actual title of the article Mr. Rzegocki is referencing to.

The Guardian:
I feel I have to protest against some outrageous claims by Kate Maltby in her article (Less a royal visit, more a coup for ugly nationalists, 22 July) relating to the recent visit of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to Poland. I would like to emphasise that the decision to visit Gdańsk and the northern part of Poland where Stutthof is located, as well as the other sites in Warsaw, was entirely at Kensington Palace’s discretion. The Polish side was obviously consulted but didn’t wish to nor could impose its suggestions regarding the royal programme.
I don’t deny the author’s right to hold her own views on the political situation in Poland, but playing down the suffering of Stutthof’s prisoners or of the Warsaw uprising’s victims, just to prove the author’s preconceived thesis, is simply disgraceful. Those people deserve as much respect as the other victims of the German Nazi terror. No one’s suffering is better or worse. And certainly both memorials – the Stutthof and the Warsaw Rising Museum – deserved the royal visit, and their victims being commemorated by the duke and duchess.
Arkady Rzegocki
Polish ambassador


Actual letter (highlighted text is from the quote above - żółty tekst to powyższy tekst nałożony na oryginał poniżej ) :

The Guardian Editors
London, 22 July 2017
Dear Sirs,

I feel I have to react in very strong terms to the articleWilliam and Kate have been duped into endorsing Poland’s ugly nationalism” (21.07) relating to the recent visit of Their Royal Highnesses to Poland. I respect everyone’s right to express his or her political opinions but I cannot accept using historical distortions and free interpretation of facts to support claims which are simply not true.

Kate Maltby suggests, mixing in the article her own opinions with quotes of the LSE historian Prof Anita Prazmowska, that the Polish authorities chose Stutthof over Auschwitz as the Royal destination on purpose because the first memorial would demonstrate better the “Polish martyrdom”, in contrast to Auschwitz as an “uncomfortably prominent site of Jewish suffering”. First of all, I would like to emphasise that the decision to visit Gdańsk and Northern part of Poland where Stutthof is located, as well as the other sites in Warsaw, was entirely at Kensington Palace’s discretion. The Polish side was obviously consulted but didn’t wish to nor could impose its suggestions regarding the royal programme. Since Kate Maltby clearly doesn’t know much about the history of the German Nazi concentration camps, it is worth remembering that in contrast to what she writes, both Stutthof and Auschwitz were set up initially as camps for ethnic Poles. It was only after the plan of the final solution was gradually introduced during the WWII that both camps become sites of mass extermination, where killing tools on the mass scale, such as murdering prisoners in gas chambers by means of Cyclone B, where introduced. It is true that Auschwitz became the world’s symbol of the Holocaust but it doesn’t mean the suffering of the victims at the other camps of extermination - prisoners both of Polish and Jewish or of any others’ ethnicity, doesn’t deserve equal respect and commemorating. Suggesting that the Stutthof memorial doesn’t deserve a royal visit is simply outrageous and disrespectful towards its victims. So is mocking the Warsaw uprising fighters, as “doomed from the beginning”. That is what we know now after thorough historical research. The insurgents at the time certainly didn’t have enough information to understand how tragic their situation was. They believed that their fight wouldn’t last long and they would be helped by the approaching Red Army, but as we know, the Russians chose to stop their offensive on the other side of Vistula river and wait till the Poles had bled themselves to death. The insurgents certainly couldn’t know that the Soviets wouldn’t even allow RAF aircrafts carrying help to the people of Warsaw to land on the territory controlled by the Red Army. It is also a part of the history many don’t want to remember. But even if some might think the decision of starting the uprising was historically wrong, no person of good will would deny the heroism and the courage of the Warsaw insurgents. People fighting for their freedom and dignity deserve the highest respect and the Warsaw Rising Museum certainly deserved the visit by Their Royal Highnesses, for which we are very grateful. I am astonished that Kate Maltby doesn’t understand such elementary human values.

If these outrageous claims weren’t enough, Kate Maltby suggests Poland conducts “the state-sponsored Holocaust denial”, supporting these accusations with the information about manipulating school textbooks and an alleged “new laws that ban publicly insulting the Polish nation”. There is not enough space in this letter to respond in detail to such outrageous claims but I can only say that the author is completely ill-informed as there is no such a law in force in Poland. So nobody could be “harassed”, Jan Gross included, as a result of this law. There is a proposed bill which aims at penalizing attributing crimes committed by Nazi Germany to the Polish State (which did not exist at the time), or to the Polish Nation. But it does not prohibit discussing crimes committed either by individuals or groups of ethnic Poles. The bill is being now consulted with Jewish organizations in Poland. I don’t deny the author’s right to have her own views on the political situation in Poland, even though I don’t share in them, but playing down the suffering of the Stutthof’s prisoners or of the Warsaw uprising’s victims, just to prove the author’s preconceived thesis, is simply disgraceful.  Those people deserve as much respect as the other victims of the German Nazi terror. No one’s suffering is better or worst. And certainly both memorials – the Stutthof and the Warsaw Rising Museum deserved the royal visit and its victims, being commemorated by TRHs. I think Kate Maltby should be truly ashamed of her words and apologize to the former prisoners of Stutthof, and veterans of the Warsaw uprising. As for the accusations of “the state-sponsored Holocaust denial”, this ungrounded and false claim is of such gravity that I can assure you that the relevant Polish body will take appropriate legal actions.

The Polish Ambassador
Arkady Rzegocki

Stop colluding with Communists and Russians against democratically elected government

The collective hysteria around the world is not only unfair, it is actually dangerous to the democracy. Apparently, the EU Commission, The New Your Times and The Washington Post think they are the only ones that know what is good for "the people", fair and truly democratic. Never mind that apparently they don't even know what they are talking about.

Polish citizens for years have complained about corruption in the courts, they say so in the polls, and the ruling party that won last year elections wants to fix that. You can call it a Polish version of "draining the swamp."

The party's argument is that the judges, "judicial higher caste" as they call themselves (how is that for democracy?), have turned into an entrenched caste, an elite in need of a shake-up. The party's leader called the courts "one of the strongholds of post-Communism." He pointed out that the National Council of the Judiciary was set up in 1989 by the last parliament elected under the Communist system, and argued that it perpetuated the legacy of the old legal system and its "rampant Leftism."

Corruption, no action in response to perverse misconduct, mafia-like relations in the judicial system, have all shaken the public opinion. Outrageous judgements relating to freedom of speech have deepened the sense of hopelessness. In addition, the defense of the Round Table Agreement, which effectively is a defense of the Polish communist state (as it provided protection for communist beneficiaries), and the impunity of criminals from the communist repression system have made 80% of the Poles demand some reforms. - from  Structural Change in the Polish Judiciary. "This is Just the Beginning"

So, where do Russians fit in?  Trust me, wherever there is an opportunity to weaken their enemies, also known as a neighboring countries, they have their fingers in it. If you don't believe me consider the following headline that just popped out: Russian upper house wants sanctions against Poland for ‘de-communisation’ laws

7/25/17 (PL.): Świat

USA: będą nowe sankcje przeciw Rosji. To cios w Nord Stream 2

Kijów alarmuje. Rosja przerzuciła na granicę trzy dywizje gotowe do ataku

Rada Europy zadowolona z weta prezydenta A. Dudy

Rzucił się na ludzi z piłą mechaniczną. Wielu rannych

Petro Poroszenko wezwał Rosję do przerwania agresywnych działań w Donbasie

Bruksela szykuje się do ostrej reakcji na sankcje USA wobec Rosji

7/25/17 (PL.): Polska

Prezydent Duda podpisał ustawę o ustroju sądów powszechnych

Polscy obywatele w oskarżeni o udział w grupach terrorystycznych

Będzie wielki marsz w obronie rządu PiS. Podano wstępny termin

"Rzeczpospolita": eksperci ministra Zbigniewa Ziobry bez konkursu

7/25/17 (EN.): International

Polish PM pledges to 'repair' judiciary despite presidential veto

China reportedly preps for crisis along border with North Korea

Germany, France, Russia, Ukraine Agree On 'Immediate Measures' To Push Cease-Fire

7/25/17 (EN.): US

Sen. McCain will return to Senate Tuesday ahead of health care showdown

Trump Son-in-Law Denies Collusion With Moscow

Senator Asks DOJ About Democrats’ Work With Ukraine To Smear Trump Campaign

Trump calls ObamaCare 'big, fat, ugly lie' ahead of key Senate vote



Sunday, July 23, 2017

The attacks on Poland over Trump are just getting started, but they are already ugly

In my recent posts, 'Poland is Conducting a Decommunization, the EU Calls It A Coup' and 'Collusion News Network finally attacked Poland', I alerted you to the attacks on Poland that started after Trump's visit. Obviously nobody expected them to stop and the Left did not disappoint. The latest came in a form of editorial from the Kate Maltby in The Observer. 

It was bad enough to provoke a response from Polish Ambassador and the possibility of a legal action as well. Below is a copy of the letter (links are mine):

The Guardian Editors
London, 22 July 2017
Dear Sirs,

I feel I have to react in very strong terms to the article “William and Kate have been duped into endorsing Poland’s ugly nationalism” (21.07) relating to the recent visit of Their Royal Highnesses to Poland. I respect everyone’s right to express his or her political opinions but I cannot accept using historical distortions and free interpretation of facts to support claims which are simply not true.

Kate Maltby suggests, mixing in the article her own opinions with quotes of the LSE historian Prof Anita Prazmowska, that the Polish authorities chose Stutthof over Auschwitz as the Royal destination on purpose because the first memorial would demonstrate better the “Polish martyrdom”, in contrast to Auschwitz as an “uncomfortably prominent site of Jewish suffering”. First of all, I would like to emphasise that the decision to visit Gdańsk and Northern part of Poland where Stutthof is located, as well as the other sites in Warsaw, was entirely at Kensington Palace’s discretion. The Polish side was obviously consulted but didn’t wish to nor could impose its suggestions regarding the royal programme. Since Kate Maltby clearly doesn’t know much about the history of the German Nazi concentration camps, it is worth remembering that in contrast to what she writes, both Stutthof and Auschwitz were set up initially as camps for ethnic Poles. It was only after the plan of the final solution was gradually introduced during the WWII that both camps become sites of mass extermination, where killing tools on the mass scale, such as murdering prisoners in gas chambers by means of Cyclone B, where introduced. It is true that Auschwitz became the world’s symbol of the Holocaust but it doesn’t mean the suffering of the victims at the other camps of extermination - prisoners both of Polish and Jewish or of any others’ ethnicity, doesn’t deserve equal respect and commemorating. Suggesting that the Stutthof memorial doesn’t deserve a royal visit is simply outrageous and disrespectful towards its victims. So is mocking the Warsaw uprising fighters, as “doomed from the beginning”. That is what we know now after thorough historical research. The insurgents at the time certainly didn’t have enough information to understand how tragic their situation was. They believed that their fight wouldn’t last long and they would be helped by the approaching Red Army, but as we know, the Russians chose to stop their offensive on the other side of Vistula river and wait till the Poles had bled themselves to death. The insurgents certainly couldn’t know that the Soviets wouldn’t even allow RAF aircrafts carrying help to the people of Warsaw to land on the territory controlled by the Red Army. It is also a part of the history many don’t want to remember. But even if some might think the decision of starting the uprising was historically wrong, no person of good will would deny the heroism and the courage of the Warsaw insurgents. People fighting for their freedom and dignity deserve the highest respect and the Warsaw Rising Museum certainly deserved the visit by Their Royal Highnesses, for which we are very grateful. I am astonished that Kate Maltby doesn’t understand such elementary human values.

If these outrageous claims weren’t enough, Kate Maltby suggests Poland conducts “the state-sponsored Holocaust denial”, supporting these accusations with the information about manipulating school textbooks and an alleged “new laws that ban publicly insulting the Polish nation”. There is not enough space in this letter to respond in detail to such outrageous claims but I can only say that the author is completely ill-informed as there is no such a law in force in Poland. So nobody could be “harassed”, Jan Gross included, as a result of this law. There is a proposed bill which aims at penalizing attributing crimes committed by Nazi Germany to the Polish State (which did not exist at the time), or to the Polish Nation. But it does not prohibit discussing crimes committed either by individuals or groups of ethnic Poles. The bill is being now consulted with Jewish organizations in Poland. I don’t deny the author’s right to have her own views on the political situation in Poland, even though I don’t share in them, but playing down the suffering of the Stutthof’s prisoners or of the Warsaw uprising’s victims, just to prove the author’s preconceived thesis, is simply disgraceful.  Those people deserve as much respect as the other victims of the German Nazi terror. No one’s suffering is better or worst. And certainly both memorials – the Stutthof and the Warsaw Rising Museum deserved the royal visit and its victims, being commemorated by TRHs. I think Kate Maltby should be truly ashamed of her words and apologize to the former prisoners of Stutthof, and veterans of the Warsaw uprising. As for the accusations of “the state-sponsored Holocaust denial”, this ungrounded and false claim is of such gravity that I can assure you that the relevant Polish body will take appropriate legal actions.

The Polish Ambassador
Arkady Rzegocki

7/23/17 (EN.): US

US Lawmakers Reach Accord on Russian Sanctions; Vote to Be Held Tuesday

Protesters Storm CNN Headquarters: ‘No More Fake News!’

Police find 8 bodies inside 18-wheeler parked outside Walmart in San Antonio

Florida Police Recommend Charges For Teens Who Laughed, Recorded Man Drowning

7/23/17 (EN): International

Hungarian PM vows support for Warsaw against Brussels

Walesa Joins In Protests Against Controversial Judicial Legislation In Poland

Israel installs security cameras at Jerusalem holy site following violence

Mexico experiences deadliest month in decades

7/23/17 (PL.): Świat

Ambasador RP reaguje na oburzający artykuł brytyjskiego dziennika "The Guardian". Nie przebiera w słowach

Izrael: kolejne ofiary starć w Jerozolimie

Marynarka wojenna USA z nowym lotniskowcem

Kosmiczny przebój prosto z Polski. Jak Astri podbiła rynek satelitów

Armia syryjska złamała zawieszenie broni

Obrzydliwy donos! Schnepf podburza środowiska akademickie w USA przeciw Polsce. „Właśnie narodziła się dyktatura pachnąca narodowym socjalizmem”

7/23/17 (PL.): Polska

Kolejne protesty przeciwko reformie sądownictwa. Demonstracja przed domem Jarosława Kaczyńskiego

Zaskakująca kariera kota prezesa. Został bohaterem protestu totalnej opozycji pod domem Jarosława Kaczyńskiego

Prezydent spotka się z przewodniczącym Krajowej Rady Sądownictwa

Zielona Góra: Zalany dworzec, w przejściu podziemnym woda sięgała do sufitu

Mateusz Kijowski przegoniony przez demonstrantów. Okrzyki: "Zdrajca", "zapłać alimenty"

Saturday, July 22, 2017

7/22/17 (EN.): International

Trump Warns Iran to Release Detained US Citizens, Threatens 'Serious Consequences'

Poland's President Sees Flaws In Controversial Law On Top Court

Vladimir Putin: 'I may not leave Russian presidency'

Interpol circulates list of 173 suspected members of Isis suicide brigade

Why DoS took a public position on pending legislation in Poland???

7/22/17 (EN.): US

Report: Sessions Discussed The 2016 Campaign With Russian Ambassador

Deal with Senate panel lets Trump Jr., Manafort avoid public testimony

Reports: Trump Team Looks to Fight Back Against Mueller’s Overreach in Russia Probe

Immigration agents planning raids next week targeting teenage gang members

Why take a public position on pending legislation in Poland???

Polish MFA: 
We are surprised that the US State Department spokesperson has taken a public position regarding pending legislation in Poland. The fact that the legislative process is still underway makes any such pronouncements premature. The judicial reform bill in question will not affect the independence of courts or judges and seeks only to regain the citizens’ respect for the judiciary. Reforms proposed in Poland are in the spirit of judicial systems in other European countries.

7/22/17 (PL.): Świat

Victor Orban: kampania przeciw Polsce nie powiedzie się, bo Węgry są solidarne

Reakcja polskiego MSZ na apel Departamentu Stanu USA

Polka i troje jej dzieci zamordowanych w Szwecji. Zatrzymano podejrzanego

Rosja i Chiny rozpoczynają wspólne ćwiczenia na Bałtyku

7/22/17 (PL.): Polska

Wątpliwości prezydenta Dudy ws. ustawy o Sądzie Najwyższym

Rzecznik prezydenta: Andrzej Duda zauważył, że nie dochowano prawidłowości legislacyjnej

Odnaleziono szczątki ofiar totalitaryzmu w byłym więzieniu przy Rakowieckiej

Zła wiadomość dla Polski. Sąd UE oddalił wniosek rządu ws. gazociągu Opal