Dec 302010
 

Last spring, a Polish military plane crashed in western Russia effectively decapitating the Polish government.  A serious documentary film questioning the official story surrounding the tragic crash is now available for free viewing on the Internet.  Several parts of the film are embedded below in this article.

The documentary, which includes interviews with top government officials like Ukraine’s former President Victor Yushenko, lays the blame for the horrific crash at the feet of the Russian government. The Polish crash is depicted as a covert coup d’etat to undermine the independent nature and growing strength of Poland.

President Yushechenko was the target of an assassination attempt in 2004 that left him disfigured. He believes that Russia sponsored his would-be assassins. Like deceased Polish President Lech Kaczynski who was killed in the crash, Yushechenko was a democratizing force in a former Soviet controller area of Eastern Europe.

However, the filmmakers also criticize the effectual boycott of the Polish funerals by leaders of the Western World as signal of their solidarity with Russia’s actions.

The European Union is also viewed as complicit in the murder of Poland’s top governmental officials. The head of Poland’s Central Bank rejected overtures from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) only days before he too was killed alongside 96 others in the Polish plane crash last April.

Coincidentally, Nigel Farage, an outspoken British critic of the European Union, was injured in a plane crash last month after delivering the scathing attack on the full-time European Council President, Herman Van Rompuy, seen below. Farage claimed that Van Rompuy’s “intention is to be the quiet assassin of European democracy and of European nation states.”

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