I sent the following comment to the webmaster of the European Council. Their website contains a biography of D. Tusk, former Poland’s prime minister, currently president of the EC.
London, UK, 5 October 2018
This official Donald Tusks’s biography is fake. The “opposition” to communist dictatorship was set up by the communist dictatorship itself. He was trained by the communists to be one of future leaders, who would pretend to be against communism, while protecting communists and representing their interests. There was no such thing as authentic underground opposition movement in Poland in the 1970s and 1980s.
My wife and I were persecuted for political reasons during his term in office as prime minister of Poland. We were both expelled from our jobs in the autumn of 2015.
He was fully informed about actions against our family and fully approved the persecution. He is guilty of severe violations of human rights and constitutional rights.
You can read more about it at lsborkowski.com/pol/
I am publishing this comment on the aforementioned website. I am also mailing it to the European Parliament.
Lech Borkowski, Ph. D. (Physics, University of Florida 1995)
Physics Today published the article “The tragic story of Hans Hellmann” on 28 September 2018.
Hans Hellmann, born in 1903, was a German quantum chemist, who lost his university job in Nazi Germany in 1934. He then moved with his wife and son to the Soviet Union where he was employed in the Karpov Institute of Physical Chemistry in Moscow. On 9 March 1938 he was arrested by NKVD, falsely accused of espionage and executed on 29 May 1938.
“Despite his success, or perhaps partly because of the jealousy his success may have wrought, Hellmann seemed to recognize that he was under suspicion.”
The standard method to liquidate a person in Communist dictatorships is to use relatives, acquaintances, people possibly nearest to him/her at the workplace. The Communist dictatorship fully subordinates the personal sphere to the state. Science is no exception. The abandonment of any ethical and moral qualms and full surrender to the demands of the criminal collective of the state was the surest way to social and professional advance.
“She spotted a notice on the wall denouncing her husband, which was signed by two of his colleagues. One of them took over Hellmann’s research group after the arrest.”
There is no need to protect the perpetrators.
Similar scenarios were commonly applied throughout Communist countries.
It is also very important to understand that the mechanisms and methods of organized social violence are not things of the past.