Russian Lawmaker Says Poland Should Be Next For 'Denazification' After Ukraine
MOSCOW - Top member of Russia's Kremlin party "United Russia's Superior Council" and Duma deputy Oleg Morozov stated that "Poland should be the next in the line for denazification process after Ukraine".
Morozov reportedly stated "By its statements about Russia as a 'cancer tumor' and about the 'indemnity' that we must pay to Ukraine, Poland encourages us to put it in first place in the queue for denazification after Ukraine".
Tuesday, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki had written a piece for the Telegraph criticizing Russian President Vladimir Putin for spreading Propaganda about Ukraine.
The Telegraph piece stated, "Putin’s ‘Russkiy Mir’ ideology is the equivalent of 20th-century communism and Nazism. It is an ideology through which Russia justifies invented rights and privileges for its country," Morawiecki said. "In the name of this ideology Mariupol and dozens of Ukrainian cities were razed as it sent Russian soldiers to war, convinced them of their superiority, and encouraged them to commit inhuman war crimes – the murder, rape and torture of innocent civilians".
"We cannot be under any illusions. This is not insanity but a deliberate strategy that has already opened the gates to genocide. ‘Russkiy Mir’ is a cancer which is consuming not only the majority of Russian society, but also poses a deadly threat to the whole of Europe. Therefore it is not enough to support Ukraine in its military struggle with Russia. We must root out this monstrous new ideology entirely" he added.
The President of Poland Andrzej Duda also had published comments on the Russian state propaganda site Pravda saying, "we deeply believe that the international community... will force Russia to pay an indemnity simply to restore what was destroyed in Ukraine".
Poland is a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and as such any actions by Russia against the country would also be seen by NATO as actions against all members of the alliance.
While Putin has not indicated his intentions with Poland, Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Pawel Jablonski stated during an interview with Al Jazeera that it is an 'absolute certainty' that Putin would like to attack Poland.
"At the same time, we're also quite certain that [Putin] will not do it now because he's too much occupied with what's happening in Ukraine" Jablonski stated.