Polish Wikipedia and Communist intelligence

Comment on the article Wikipedia has transformed knowledge – so why is it still looked down on? by Simon Ings in The Telegraph, 10 January 2021. English version: Polska Wikipedia i wywiad komunistyczny. Lech Borkowski 10 Jan 2021 7:01PM The article’s author represents an enthusiastic approach to Wikipedia. Quote from the article: Dariusz Jemielniak (author … Read more

Komsomol rock

My comments on the article Joanna Stingray, the California girl who rocked Russia and spread the word by Marc Bennetts in The Times, 1 January 2021. Stingray stuffed reel-to-reel tapes and lyrics into her leather jacket and boots to evade Soviet customs guards. “I was so enchanted by the music that I was completely blind … Read more

False dichotomy

My comment on the article George Blake and the meaning of treachery by David Aaronovitch in The Times, 30 December 2020. The author based his article on a false dichotomy. “Was the greatest crime of the Soviet spy, who died last week, betraying his country? Or believing in an inhuman creed?” Conjuction ‘or’ in English … Read more

Discourse control

My comment on the article Poland tries to extradite woman, 97, on SS charge by Oliver Moody and Maria Wilczek in The Times, 1 January 2021. There is an article in the same World section of today’s Times about removal of a kneeling slave memorial from Boston in the US, illustrated by a picture of … Read more

Kolektywna kontrola i zarządzanie życiem

Komentarz do artykułu redakcyjnego The Times view on Poland’s new abortion ban: Law and Injustice w The Times, 3 listopada 2020. Wersja angielska: Collective control and management of life. Dziennikarze i redaktorzy gazety The Times ignorują najbardziej podstawowe elementy polskiej rzeczywistości. Być może jest nawet gorzej. Może nie starają się zrozumieć. Polska jest krajem komunistycznym, … Read more

Simple deceiving tricks

Comment on Peter Conradi’s article Party writhes in hunt for next Merkel in The Times, 26 December 2020. Simple facts contradict Angela Merkel’s supposed line of thought pursued by the author of the article. She was a member of the Communist youth organisation, a training ground for future Communist leaders. She joined to support, build … Read more

Perfect continuity

Brief comment on Con Coughlin’s opinion piece Dictators are outwitting the fatally divided West in The Telegraph, 23 December 2020. Lech Borkowski 23 Dec 2020 8:30AM It is much worse than you think. Members of totalitarian organisations, such as Włodzimierz Cimoszewicz, a Communist Party member, former Polish PM, now member of the European Parliament, are firmly … Read more

Evolved Communist dictatorship

My comment on the article We’ll tear up EU treaties, say Hungary and Poland by Jack Parrock in The Times, 27 November 2020. Poland is an evolved Communist dictatorship. Its day-to-day operations are run in pretty much the same mode as before 1990. The so-called ‘transition to democracy’ of 1989-90 was a transition to a … Read more

Issues and non-issues

My comment on the article Chopin’s love letters to men ‘covered up’ by Polish by Oliver Moody in The Times, 26 November 2020. Polish version: Sprawy i nie-sprawy. It is a non-issue. I am coming from a conservative, traditional Polish family and I can tell you that you are being told a fake narrative about … Read more

Our family targeted by Polish criminal state

My two comments on the article EU is just like the communists, says Poland by Maria Wilczek and Bruno Waterfield in The Times, 20 November 2020. Polish version: Nasza rodzina na celowniku polskiego państwa przestępczego. #1 Mr Morawiecki has been formed by the Communist political technologists and is every bit one of them. He was … Read more

Collective protagonist

My comment on the article Belarus protests: Opponents of Lukashenko lose heating and water by Marc Bennetts in The Times, 18 November 2020. Polish version: Bohater kolektywny. Ah, the virtual politics of BeLaLand. “Residents said bio-toilets painted in the red and white of the opposition flag were delivered to the district on the morning that … Read more

Discontinuities and incongruities

My comment on the article Polish nationalists clash with police at Independence Day rally in Warsaw in The Times, 12 November 2020. Polish version: Nieciągłości i bezsensowności. The story presented in the article sits firmly within the general Communist narrative, a Communist mythology. The alleged ‘nationalists’ are people of the ruling class. The new ruling … Read more

Revolutionary dynamics

My comment on As Polish abortion laws tighten women fear an impossible choice by Kasia Strek and Peter Conradi in The Sunday Times, 8 November 2020, online on 7 November 2020. Polish version: Dynamika rewolucyjna. This affair is being played as a typical Communist polit-soap opera. Hyper-activism of thousands of ‘protesters’ in a country without … Read more

Collective control and management of life

My comment on the op-ed article The Times view on Poland’s new abortion ban: Law and Injustice in The Times, 3 November 2020. Polish version: Kolektywna kontrola i zarządzanie życiem. The Times writers and editors ignore the most basic elements of the Polish reality. It may be even worse: they do not want to understand. … Read more

Neural correlates of consciousness

My comment on Hitler and Stalin by Laurence Rees review: a tale of two tyrants by Robert Gerwarth in The Telegraph, 26 October 2020. Polish version: Neuronalne korelaty świadomości. WWII and associated developments are typically viewed from mostly a military perspective. Started on [date], ended on [date]. [number] mln killed. My family comes from eastern … Read more

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