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Jakub Krzemiński

Warsaw / November 7, 2021

Back in August 2020, at the very beginning of the unleashing of mass terror against Belarusian people by the Lukashenka regime, we were warning that these savage events in the very center of Europe could ignite a war in the European theater. We also proposed a system of military measures that could prevent such a war, which two terrorist regimes, the one of Putin and another one - of his lackey Lukashenko, were already preparing to unleash (see the links below).

However, it was only after more than a year that NATO began to apply some real measures to suppress two totalitarian regimes hostile to the civilized world (there is also communist regime in China but, at this point, it is outside the topic of this material). The above mentioned delay, however, led to the escalation of military provocations at the border between Belarus and the EU countries. These provocations clearly demonstrate the terrorist handwriting of Putin's totalitarian regime.

Here is just one example of the last days. On the night of November 2, at 1.45 local time, Polish border patrol at Polish-Belarusian border noticed three suspicious persons with long-barreled weapons. After having noticed the approaching Polish border guards, those persons reloaded their weapons and hastily moved away towards Belarus - in other words, they fled.

Well, something similar has been well remembered from the history of WWII. Here we mean the provocation of Nazi saboteurs in Gleiwitz (now Gliwice) on the night of 31 August 1939, and the artillery shelling by Soviet provocateurs of their own territory in the Mainila area on November 26 of the same year. Both provocations served as pretexts for the invasion of the Nazi aggressors in Poland, and of the Soviet ones in Finland. 69 years later, similar method was used by Russian aggressors against Georgia: the shelling by Russian terrorists of their own "peacekeepers" in Russian-occupied Georgian province of Samachablo (known in the aggressors' jargon as the so-called "South Ossetia") which was followed by a full-scale military attack on Georgia on August 8, 2008.

The escalation of military provocations at the border of Belarus and the EU clearly testifies to the most sinister intentions of the Kremlin clique, namely, to start a war in Europe. At this point Belarus has finally lost whatever was left of its state sovereignty due to the policy of a

reported descendant of a Nazi criminal, a supporter of Hitler and mentally ill Alexander Lukashenko. There are also some other factors that lie beyond this article.

In view of the infiltration of armed persons from the hostile territory of Belarus, the measures listed in our previous articles (links above) should have been applied a year and a half ago. Nevertheless, their application started two months ago only. The measures we proposed in August 2020, seem to be more than relevant today. To get acquainted with those recommendations, it should be enough to open the links and read them.

This time I will take the liberty of adding only one more proposal to the above me ntioned ones. It would be hard to disagree with General Skrzypczak: in the current situation, the primary task is to capture alive at least one of the Belarusian (or Russian) terrorists who entered the territory of Poland, Lithuania or any EU state with weapons in their hands. The rest of the group could be eliminated. Self-explanatory, such an operation should be carried out by our Special Forces. Electronic survey and reconnaissance on the ground throughout the whole Belarusian border should be conducted continuously as well. The claim that such actions could allegedly provoke a war does not stand up to criticism. What can provoke a new European war is rather the impunity of Belarusian and Russian terrorists. Just like their leaders, those terrorists should clearly understand that they will be immediately and inevitably destroyed at any attempt of armed provocation.

Alas, there is no other way to prevent a war in the European theater. The insane Kremlinite drug addicts, who come from the criminal underclass, understand only one language: the language of force and retribution.

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