Release 1, Poland, 24 September 2013
Active measures against family in Poland. Violations of human rights and civil rights
A week ago, on the 64th anniversary of the attack of the Bolshevik Russia on Poland I wrote to the Polish President Bronisław Komorowski to remind him that contrary to official proclamations, Poland has not regained independence.
Repressions against my family are a measure of the enslavement of my country. I would like to point out that in February and March 2012 three simultaneous attacks were carried out against my family:
(1) I was attacked at the Department of Physics of the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań,
(2) My wife Małgorzata Głuchowska was attacked in the State School of Music (Państwowa Szkoła Muzyczna) in Zielona Góra, where she is employed,
(3) My daughter […] was attacked in her elementary school at Truskawkowa Street in Zielona Góra.
In each of these three cases the methods of provocation typical of communist secret services were used. The attacks were carefully planned, prepared and coordinated. This was an attempt to destroy all three of us simultaneously in our workplaces and in our daughter’s school.
The operation against my family has not begun yesterday. It has been carried out for years.
All sorts of attacks and harassment designed to make life difficult are not new to me. I am familiar with them since early childhood. Their continuation and the attempt to murder the social identity of each of us are typical Bolshevik methods. The destruction of the social function of a human being is a continuation of the genocide carried out by the Russian NKVD in the forest of Katyń in western Russia in 1940 and in other places of Soviet crimes. This means that despite official declarations the persecution of Poles continues.
Both my mother Irena Borkowska, maiden name Ostrowska, and my father Bolesław Borkowski paid a very heavy price for sticking to their Polish identity.
Contemporary rulers of Poland are fully responsible for these active measures (активные мероприятия), as they are known in the language of the communist intelligence services, taken against me and my family. Some circumstances indicate possible involvement of an intelligence service of a foreign country.
Further details can be obtained by personal contact.
Lech S. Borkowski, PhD