Skip to comments.Moscow summons Polish ambassador over TV studio set design (Nazi symbol)
Posted on 11/30/2018 9:12:13 AM PST by CondoleezzaProtege
The ambassador, Włodzimierz Marciniak, was called to the foreign ministry in Moscow after Polish public television broadcaster TVP Info used a set design featuring the Nazi symbol in reference to Russia in a current-affairs programme it aired on Wednesday,
he design featured the words "Achtung Russia!" and used the infamous Nazi SS symbol in the word Russia, the website reported. It cited journalist Tomasz Sakiewicz, editor-in-chief of conservative Polish weekly Gazeta Polska, as saying that a poster on which the set design was based has been "known to the media" in Poland for four years.
So why commotion now?
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Surprised its not a bigger deal in Poland given the atrocities committed there by the SS.
Also stuck Putins head on the totenkopf insignia in the middle.
Please look at the SS!
Don’t notice that Putin’s head is replacing the skull in the universal sign for poison.
The Russians committed plenty of atrocities in Poland on their own in WWII (Katyn).
But for the Red Army, Poland would not exist today. I know, as my father was liberated from Auschwitz by them.
If not for Stalin making the deal with Hitler, the Nazis wouldn’t have invaded Poland in the first place.
After watching the YouTube channel the Great War, I know know that the totenkopf insignia predates the Nazis. However it was adopted by the vile SS along with the double lightning bolts. I can understand while the Russians might be upset seeing their leader being portrayed as SS their own crimes against Poland and its people notwithstanding.
I think you mean the arrival of Soviet troops permitted YOUR existence.
This. Funny how no one knows the soviets invaded Poland about 2 weeks after Germany.
Wonder why France and Britain didn’t declare war on the USSR too? Pffft!
This is in addition to the POW's and civilians massacred at Katyn and other places.
It's hard for the Poles to see much difference between the Germans and the Soviets in WWII, except for the color of the uniforms.
It’s hard for the Poles to see much difference between the Germans and the Soviets in WWII, except for the color of the uniforms.
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