Małgorzata Głuchowska and Lech S. Borkowski Letter to the European Parliament 1 March 2016


Lech S. Borkowski – Ein Theresienstaat

Dear Members of the European Parliament,

We would like to let you know about criminal activities of the Polish state.

On 19 December 2015 one of us (Małgorzata Głuchowska) mailed a letter to the Polish Prosecutor General informing him about organized criminal actions whose aim was to fire her from the job of piano teacher in the state school of music in Zielona Góra. Although more than two months have passed, we have not been notified about the name of the state prosecutor assigned to the investigation. The prosecutor and the police protect the persons who were named in the initial letter. No one on the state’s side is interested in hearing the truth. The truth hurts the criminal state.

When M. Głuchowska called Prokuratura Rejonowa in Zielona Góra and asked for the case number and prosecutor’s name, no clear answer was given. Instead, the prosecutor on the other side of the line was provocative, impolite and essentially violated the MG’s dignity.

Couple of days later, on 29 February 2016, she went to Prokuratura Okręgowa in Zielona Góra. This is the next higher level of prosecutor hierarchy. She spoke to the chief prosecutor of Prokuratura Okręgowa. She was not able to extract any useful information from him.

Police is no better. The investigative police pretend not to understand the most basic things. Their job is obviously not to investigate.

The specific crime in question are illegal activities of occupational medicine service in Zielona Góra. Polish employees are forced to undergo regular medical checkups. Occupational physicians have the power to request arbitrary additional examinations on a whim. Yes, that is the meaning of the law of occupational medicine in Poland. Some of us live here like in a concentration camp. If you speak up to the authorities and demand that your voice be heard, in other words, if you behave like a concerned citizen, the state will eliminate you, using all the criminal powers at its disposal. These powers consists of three elements:

  1. The law written by communist specialists and their eager pupils. The obligation of regular medical checkups was written into the Polish Labor Code under communism. No one spoke or wrote of revoking it after 1989. It is interesting to note that European Union lawyers did not object to it during Poland’s accession into the EU.
  2. A huge pool of individuals eager to break the law, whenever ordered, or whenever it is expected of them by their superiors or comrades in crime. Careers in Poland are not made by sticking to law and fundamental values. Careers here are made by forgery, thuggery, cheating and a number of other negative skills.
  3. The prosecutors, the police, the judiciary protect the white collar crime.

In the case of M. Głuchowska the physician in charge of her medical checkup ordered a psychiatric examination, even though she did not have any prior psychological issues and never had any psychological or psychiatric therapy. Can anyone be ordered to undergo a psychiatric exam by the occupational medicine service in Poland? Essentially, yes. What if you refuse? You lose your job automatically.

Pretty simple. Doctor Mengele, or prof. Snezhnevsky, if you prefer the Soviet school, would be proud. A simple, clean method of eliminating the unwanted element.

Is it normal to have an energetic, highly successful piano teacher to suddenly undergo a forced psychiatric exam? No, it is not. But the authorities and the criminal group in question can do whatever they want with impunity. This is the well-known communist mechanism of social elimination, used in the Soviet Union and its satellite countries.

M. Głuchowska went to the assigned psychiatrist. However, he was not interested in conducting any kind of exam at all. Instead, he ordered her to visit an outside psychologist. Could she refuse? No, because she then would automatically lose her job.

What did the outside psychologist do? She held two approximately half-hour general conversations with M. Głuchowska, on the basis of which she wrote a damning report, which said that MG suffered from delusions. The report suggested the inability to function in a society. The psychologist Sarbina Sobkowska followed obviously orders from above. This is just what doctor Krzysztof Woźniak, the psychiatrist, ordered. No doubt the psychologist’s career will flourish as a result. This is what you should do in Poland if you want to climb the ladder: forge, lie, falsify.

By the way, Krzysztof Woźniak, the psychiatrist, is a medical expert at the Zielona Góra regional court of law (Sąd Okręgowy w Zielonej Górze). This gives you a hint about the entire “legal” system in Poland.

Having obtained a fabricated report from a psychologist, doctor Woźniak wrote his fabricated opinion: M. Głuchowska should not be allowed to return to work unless she undergoes a psychiatric therapy. Catch 22. Had M. Głuchowska go to a psychiatrist for a “therapy” she did not need, in order to save her job, she would have been destroyed as a member of the society anyway, because she would have helped fabricate some kind of psychiatric documentation which would immediately be used against her.

What if she refused? She would lose her job automatically.

Małgorzata Głuchowska refused to be blackmailed by a criminal physician.

Occupational medicine service issued a statement that prohibited her return to work as a teacher of piano.

Yes. Poland is a criminal state. It is a criminal state since 1945, when the communists took power and terrorized the population. The so-called “democratization” of 1989-90 was a bad joke. It does not matter who, which political party is currently in power. You are accustomed to think in western ways, because this is the only world you really know. It is beyond the West’s cognitive horizon that the entire state can be built around completely different rules: surveillance, control and repression, while pretending to be democratic on the outside.

It is worth remembering, that during WW2, when the Red Cross representative visited the ghetto in Theresienstadt, where Nazis held Jews before shipping them to Auschwitz, he wrote a report which was quite favorable towards the Nazis. He was cognitively unprepared for registering the obvious signs of terror and abuse. His was mentally unable to comprehend what he saw. Cognition can be fooled or overwhelmed quite easily.

Małgorzata Głuchowska was fired from her job of the piano teacher after 23 years of impeccable and very successful service. A passionate teacher and most valuable member of society has been murdered.

The European Union continues to pump billions of Euros into the Polish economy. Guess who is benefiting from it.

Małgorzata Głuchowska’s husband, Dr. Lech S. Borkowski, with a Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Florida, was similarly fired from his university job in Poznan. They are both unemployed now.

Meine Damen und Herren, herzlich willkomen zu Polen, ein Theresienstaat.

Yours sincerely,

Małgorzata Głuchowska, M.A.
Lech S. Borkowski, Ph.D.