The song remains the same

My comment to the article Polish radio silences anti-government No 1 hit in The Times by Maria Wilczek, 19 May 2020.


The main problem with this article is that it pushes the wrong narrative. I dare say it is a fake narrative and I have evidence and analysis that the narrative is fake.

There is not need to go into the details of the article’s story, because it is a pre-arranged spectacle. Kazik, if I remember correctly, is a son of a Communist party member. Jarosław Kaczyński is also a son of a Communist party member, I think. This is a simulation of a quarrel among friends. Only a simulation, not the real thing.

The whole spectacle of ‘Poland’s transition to democracy’ is a Communist farce. Communists were not stupid, as they pretended to be. The so-called ‘collapse of Communism’ was a carefully choreographed spectacle. They have not relinquished control of the country, only they now pretend to be someone else. It is only a change of clothes. The song remained the same. The modus operandi is the same.

In order to get a grasp of what is wrong with the entire narrative of ‘Communism’s collapse’ you should think outside the box. I call it a cognitive horizon.

@LechSBorkowski