Małgorzata Głuchowska’s letter to B. Komorowski, President of Poland
President of Poland
Zielona Góra, 14 October 2012
Dear Mr. President,
A year ago, after twenty years of my impeccable service and irreproachable social conduct I became the target of a series of attacks and provocations conducted with the aim to destroy my professional and social existence. Our family and I suffer loss of health, bear moral and financial losses.
I am a teacher of piano at the State School of Music in Zielona Góra. I try to carry out my duties as best I can. I share my knowledge and professional passion with the young generation. Together with my husband, a university professor, we try to give Poland our best. We are well educated, creative and ambitious. We were brought up as sensitive and responsive persons, easily communicating with students and coworkers. We come from families identifying with traditional values, on which our ancestors built Poland.
The action to liquidate Małgorzata Głuchowska began in September 2011. I was forced through hell on earth. The evidence of this process is in the hands of Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. I informed the Ministry of Culture regularly and provided all documents. The whole process was thus conducted with full knowledge and, as events showed, with full approval of the government.
The State and its society consist of individuals. The persecution of even a single citizen is action against the State. This is totalitarianism of a new type, a dictatorship differing from communism in name, colors of decorations and the set of lies publicly repeated many times over. This is a dictatorship without a doubt. The first victims of dictatorship are person’s fundamental rights, dignity and good name.
The official propaganda of the last twenty years tried to deceive that this is the best period in the entire thousand years of Poland’s history. This is not true, because it ignores the most obvious facts of everyday life of our country.
We live in a totalitarian, lawless state. Individuals, their health, personal lives, and professional careers are ruthlessly destroyed. My experience shows that there is not a single institution in Poland defending the law. The state authorities do not react either. This proves that my assessment of the situation is correct.
This letter was also sent to Prime Minister D. Tusk and to B. Zdrojewski, Minister of Culture and National Heritage.