Polish PM blames Russia for spreading ideological ‘cancer’ — Analysis

Morawiecki stated that the Russian President is even more dangerous than Hitler or Stalin, and is determined to take over the West.

Russian nationalism is a mortal threat to the world so the West must do to Russia what was done to Nazi Germany, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said in an opinion piece published by Britain’s Telegraph newspaper on Tuesday. He left out the part that ‘denazification’ of Germany came after its military defeat but said “deputinization”Russia has to start “immediately”Warning that the Western “soul”You would risk your life.

Morawiecki, who has often compared President Putin to Adolf Hitler or the Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin, is one of Russia’s most outspoken critics. Morawiecki’s new article focused on Russia’s brand of nationalism, which Moscow uses to justify its vicious and dangerous policy.

He explained that the Polish official had a dark view of Russia’s worldview. According to the so-called “Russian world”Is an imperialist ideology “the equivalent of 20th-century communism and Nazism”He said: “through which Russia justifies invented rights and privileges for its country.”

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Russian nationalalism “is a cancer which is consuming not only the majority of Russian society, but also poses a deadly threat to the whole of Europe,”According to the prime minister “Therefore, it is not enough to support Ukraine in its military struggle with Russia. We must root out this monstrous new ideology entirely.”

The Polish official identified Putin as the linchpin of Russia’s stance. He is however “neither Hitler nor Stalin,”Putin “unfortunately … more dangerous”Morawiecki credited the deathless weapons at his disposal like social media.

“Not so long ago, Poland engaged in an information war with Russia over the genesis of the Second World War. Putin succeeded in his goal, but we won. He infected the internet with millions of instances of fake news,”He said. He was referring to Warsaw’s long-held position that Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union were equally to blame for the conflict. Moscow describes it as historical revisionism. It insults Soviet sacrifices in order to defeat Nazis.

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Morawiecki did not call for NATO member countries to declare war on Russia but suggested it was necessary, calling for Russia the same as Nazi Germany to be treated after its defeat.

“Just as Germany was once subject to denazification, today the only chance for Russia and the civilized world is ‘deputinisation’. If we do not engage in this task immediately, we will not only lose Ukraine, we will lose our soul and our freedom and sovereignty, as well,”He said.

He said that Russia was his favorite country. “has set out on a long march towards the West”Poland, along with other Western countries had only one option: to end the country.

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