Warsaw Uprising – 1944
On 1 August 1944 Hitler and Himmler released their now infamous Order for Warsaw, which stands as one of the most barbaric documents of the war.… ‘Every citizen of Warsaw is to be killed including men, women and children,’ it read. ‘Warsaw has to be levelled to the ground in order to set a terrifying example to the rest of Europe.’ The order clearly stated that ‘no matter how the Poles will behave, even if they behave according to international law’, the judgement was ‘final’. In short, Hitler and Himmler had decided to slaughter the inhabitants of an entire European city, and then to remove all traces of its existence.
Sadly, Poland didn’t regain freedom in 1990 as the narrator in the above video falsely stated.
The solidarity movement was infiltrated by judeo-communists, wolves in sheep skins, hiding under false names, who have destroyed Poland from within.
“The right death and the unfair death”
During the Second World War more than 72 million people were killed; soldiers and civilians, the invaders and the innocent people not taking part in the war.
What is war and what its purpose?
According to Wikipedia:
“War is a state of armed conflict between societies. It is generally characterized by extreme collective aggression, destruction, and usually high mortality.
The set of techniques and actions used to conduct war is known as warfare.
Total war is warfare that is not restricted to purely legitimate military targets, and can result in massive civilian or other non-combatant casualties.
While some scholars see war as a universal and ancestral aspect of human nature, others argue that it is only a result of specific socio-cultural or ecological circumstances.
The behaviour of troops in warfare varies considerably, both individually and as units or armies. In some circumstances, troops may engage in genocide, war rape and ethnic cleansing.
War coverage is dependent on the degree of technological development. According to the nineteenth-century theorist Carl von Clausewitz, war is merely a continuation of politics by other means.”
“War is a state of armed conflict between societies…” What a twisted theory it is.
There was no conflict as such between Germans and Poles. Conflict is something in the nature of serious dispute between two sides.
Was it Poland making demands from Germany?
Were the German leaders making demands from Poland?
They were arrogantly so far up with themselves that they wouldn’t consider the lives of Poles or any other Europeans for that matter; would it be the Czech, Dutch or Greeks.
It was the Germans desire to colonize eastern parts of Europe if not the entire Europe.
Poles simply could not agree to the Germans demands.
Therefore, by a slanderous propaganda and false flag operations Hitler ordered to attack Poland convinced that it’ll be as easy as it was with Czechoslovakia or France.
It was Hitler and Himmler who persuaded Germans that Poles must be exterminated.
So war, in fact, is not a conflict, but an aggression.
Invading other people’s land and killing innocent people is an act of AGGRESSION!
Whose death is right and whose death is wrong, unfair?
Poles, despite the abandonment by their own government that fled to England and the betrayal of English and French allies had put up a brave resistance to the Germans.
They were, however, severely punished with cruel occupation, arrests and executions conducted by the Germans.
Poles felt betrayed and were confused whom to trust and whose orders to take. The faithful commanders organized resistance movement in the country trying to maintain some sense of nationhood.
Polish army fought rather chaotically, as there was no high command and no government. They understood the difficult situation and desperately fought on both fronts fighting the Germans and the Soviet Bolsheviks.
There were heavy military and civilian casualties.
KL Warschau Concentration Camp was one of the main reasons for the residents of Warsaw to rise up, whose desperate will to survive drove them to fight the German occupation and to liberate their capital city and prisoners from this camp.
For over five decades, historians overlooked the fact that during World War II in the center of occupied Warsaw was the Konzentrations Lager Warschau, in which the Nazis murdered thousands of Poles-residents of Warsaw, and also people of other nationalities: Jews, Gypsies, Greeks, Belarusians and Italian POWs. In mass executions, often several hundred people were shot there in one day, including Pawiak prisoners and others taken hostage in street roundups. The camp existed until the end of July 1944. Because the Eastern front was approaching Warsaw, the Germans removed about 11,000 prisoners as they withdrew from the city, the majority of whom were murdered along the way. After the Soviet army ‘liberated’ Warsaw in 1945, on the area of the former KL Warschau, a Soviet NKVD camp was established briefly to imprison Polish patriots-enemies of the Soviet state. Therefore, in communist Poland KL Warschau was glossed over and no investigation was initiated. Today it is difficult to establish the precise number of the victims – it is estimated that they numbered about 200,000.
So, I ask again; Whose death was right and whose death was unfair?
Germans and the Bolsheviks by invading Poland were the perpetrators knowing full were they are going to kill and maybe get killed. They were no victims. They were the invaders!
“The German crushing of Warsaw Uprising also gave Ukrainian Nazi collaborators an ideal opportunity to unleash their deep-seated anti-Polish grudges”.
Marek Hłasko in the story of “The second killing of a dog” (Culture No. 1-2 in 1965, Paris) writes:
“… I could not believe, what I saw with my own eyes in 1944 in Warsaw, when six Ukrainians brutally raped Polish girl from our house and then gauged out her eyes with a teaspoon, laughing and cracking jokes at the same time … “.
All Warsaw Partisans talked about these horrific crimes conducted on Polish girls.People of Warsaw, especially young girls were petrified.
Zbigniew Zaniewski in the book of “The Uprising and the aftermath” (London 1984) writes about the general feelings of Polish girls during these times : “… The thought of death from a German’s hand wasn’t as terrifying as the SHAME, the possibility of getting into the hands of “brothers-Slavs” in German uniforms, meaning the Ukrainian collaborators.
The girls would stand guard watching the gates and wake others at night to warn, shouting when seeing Ukrainians at the gates.
” Therefore, as Deschner writes, the Poles did not bother taking Ukrainians (and SS) who committed such crimes into captivity, but instead as Leo Bykowskyj later writes in his memoirs, (“Historical Notebooks” No. 5, Paris 1964), the Polish partisans painted a large letter “U”on the Ukrainian Nazi backs and then executed them.
“About the Ukrainians suppression of the Warsaw Uprising also writes a German historian, Guenther Deschner in his work published in English,” Warsaw Rising “(London 1972). Unfortunately, this part of story is not well-known. Deschner clearly states that ” the Ukrainians used the Uprising as an ideal opportunity to further inflict death a suffering on the heroic Polish citizens of Warsaw”.
How can anyone sympathize with executioners?!!
There must be a clear demarcation line between a victim and an executioner, if we are to avoid further wars.
How can someone justify any war without considering the lives of so many uninvolved and innocent people?
How on Earth can anyone write apologetic essays about Hitler’s murderous decision and display compassion for the loss of the Werhmacht, the Bandera thugs or Bolshevik soldiers?
Who invited them to conduct bombardment, torture and killings?!!!
Humans enjoy one life on this Earth.
Death is irreversible.
The murdered victim’s death is undeserved and unfair.
The death of a perpetrators and a killer is….. deservedly right!
Victims don’t have a choice; they are being attacked and killed.
Therefore, the victims have every right to defend their country, their land and their family.
The perpetrator has a choice by choosing diplomatic solution and/or abandoning the thoughts of war or an act of killing.
When this is not done and no compassion is shown appropriate punishment must be carried out to stop a slaughter.
Kill or get killed.
Not all Germans were Nazis.
Not all Russians were Bolsheviks.
But anyone promoting a genocide on another nation does not deserve to walk on face of this Earth !!
Invaders and executioners do not deserve monuments.
1st August 2015 in Warsaw
LONG LIVE POLAND !