Deal with it!

Original YT playout date: 24 April 2010
Duration: 2:29

It’s St Georges Day, just deal with it.
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Mourners in Warsaw on the eve of the Smolensk tragedy memorial service

Original YT playout date: 17 April 2010
Duration: 37:35

This is a reportage on foot taken on 16th April of the area in which the next day was to host the memorial service for President Kaczynski and the others who died on the presidential plane at Smolensk.
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President Kaczynski’s body is driven from the airport past crowds of mourners in Warsaw

Original YT playout date: 11 April 2010
Duration: 14:02

“Sophie and I go and see the coffin containing, notionally at least, President Lech Kaczynski’s body file past the crowds of mourners on Zwirki and Wigury street – a street actually named for a pair of aviators who died in a plane crash also. This is the main road from Warsaw Airport to the centre. All 7 km of the route to the Presidential Palace from the airport was packed with Warsaw residents paying their respects.

Unfortunately Maria Kaczynska’s body could not accompany her husband’s body – it has remained behind as have the other passengers, and a place is being prepared in Moscow where relatives will go and identify the bodies of the deceased in accordance with Russian law.

Poland had too many successes and was too conservative under Kacynski’s leadership for many people’s liking. There are too many people who begrudged a conservative state having such success in avoiding recession, not wasting money on phoney drugs at the behest of the WHO and remaining a country where abortion is not legal, Islam is at a record low in Europe, and where preference is not yet given to homosexuals over heterosexuals. This record is too much for certain people to take. That’s why there has to be a very careful inspection of everything that happened that day, and on the run up to that day, and many questions asked. My own question is – is it normal for the chief banker of a nation to attend an essentially military remembrance day? Or is it just that Slawomir Skrzypek did what it took for Poland to side-step this planned and choreographed recession? Maybe he wasn’t supposed to have made Poland the only country not to need to report a recession. Maybe that’s why he got invited to something which has nothing whatsoever to do with banking, and met his doom alongside Kaczynski. They probably would have got Ewa Kopacz on there too, if they could possibly have justified it.

Let’s remember that our way of life is something that many other people would like to take away from us by stealth, and let’s remember to vote accordingly in the coming elections…”
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Is this what you are afraid of, Western Europe?

It’s very simple, Western Europe. You can destroy yourselves with your naive so-called progressive policies involving handing over Europe to those without roots here or any idea of what we represent in the name of a tolerance and humanity they will not understand and merely dismiss as weakness – an algorithm by the way programmed into their philosophy, if we are talking about the main areas sending folk to us.

You can destroy yourselves, but don’t try to destroy us. 

What do you think you will do, starve us when we have the most food? Freeze us when we have the coal? Not let us work when you have no workers? At the moment the stupidity of your communists in conservative clothing is such, that we simply will follow our chosen style of politics and regroup and rally around them, so that you will no more effect regime change here than you could in the desert. 

This is not Ireland, this is not Italy, this is not Holland. We have been under left-wing rule and we know precisely where it leads to. Can you not accept that we, with all our history, might understand something you don’t?

Or is that what you are afraid of?