Blood spilled on the border: Polish soldier’s death laid at the feet of Tusk and Bodnar

The blood of a Polish soldier has now marked a grim milestone in the ongoing political saga that is Donald Tusk's administration, writes local government official and PiS politician Jerzy Szmit

Poland's Prime Minister Donald Tusk, center, Defense Minister Wladyslaw Kosiniak-Kamysz, centre left, and Interior Minister Tomasz Siemoniak visit troops patrolling Poland's border with Belarus, in Dubicze Cerkiewne, eastern Poland on Wednesday, May 29, 2024. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski, File)
By Grzegorz Adamczyk
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The core of Poland’s left-liberal ruling faction, Prime Minister Donald Tusk, Deputy Prime Minister Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz, former Interior Minister Marcin Kierwiński, and Justice Minister Adam Bodnar, have taken their governance to a controversial climax.

Just weeks ago, they authorized the arrest of soldiers tasked with defending our borders, an act that passed without significant public uproar. The message was clear: Open borders to illegal migrants and those who resist will find themselves behind bars.

This bold move, likely interpreted as weakness by adversaries, has empowered criminals encouraged by Putin and Belarusian dictator Lukashenko, resulting in bolder, more aggressive attacks.

Tragically, these escalated confrontations have led to the death of a Polish soldier, who paid the ultimate price defending our nation’s frontier.

The previous antics in the parliamentary halls, the unlawful occupation of public institutions, the depreciation of values, the obstruction of development, and absurd commissions led by deranged individuals are now overshadowed by real bloodshed. This is no longer about political theatrics but about a clear failure in policy and leadership that has directly compromised the safety and sovereignty of Poland.

Prime Minister Donald Tusk and Justice Minister Adam Bodnar bear the primary responsibility. Without their directives, none of these aggressive measures against soldiers executing their orders to defend our borders would have been initiated.

Only loyal viewers of the leftist network TVN might be swayed by Tusk’s declarations of unwavering border defense, especially considering the previous leniency displayed by his administration towards barriers and controlling the influx manipulated by Lukashenko and Putin. Meanwhile, leftist extremists like filmmaker Agnieszka Holland and the radical Citizens of the Republic of Poland (Obywatele RP) continue to harshly criticize Tusk for not opening the borders further, clearly acting in questionable interests.

During the tenure of the Law and Justice (PiS) party, capitals like Moscow, Berlin, Brussels, Minsk, and Washington D.C. knew that Warsaw would stand firm and use force if necessary to defend its territory.

Today, under the leadership of Tusk, Kosiniak-Kamysz, and particularly Bodnar, that certainty is gone, inviting more intense pressure and brutal provocations.

The blood of a Polish soldier has now marked a grim milestone in this ongoing political saga.

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