Polish President Andrzej Duda has asked why Emmanuel Macron and Olaf Scholz have been having frequent phone calls with Russian President Vladimir Putin regarding the war in Ukraine.
In an hard-hitting interview with the German tabloid newspaper Bild, published last Friday (10th June), Duda critised the President of France and the left-wing German Chancellor.
“Did anyone speak to Adolf Hitler during World War II? Did anyone say that Adolf Hitler must save face? That we should proceed in a way that is not humiliating for Adolf Hitler? I have not heard about such voices,” said Duda.
He accused Putin of being responsible for the Russian army’s crimes in Ukraine. “He made the decision to send troops there. Those giving orders are under Vladimir Putin’s authority,” he stressed.
“Those talks do not lead to anything,” said Duda, adding that they legitimise Putin, who is responsible for the Russian army’s crimes in Ukraine.
Whatever your opinion of Putin, his multi-racial army, or his imperialist war, Duda’s statements are valid. During the ‘phoney war’ as the early months of the Second World War are known, Adolf Hitler made nearly 40 peace overtures to Churchill and the British Government, aimed at avoiding an all-out war with Britain.
War-monger Churchill refused to talk, or even acknowledge the fuhrers peace gestures, thus condeming over 400,000 British soldiers to death, and a further 277,000 to be seriously wounded on the battlefields of Europe.
Main Image: The Chancellery of the Senate of the Republic of Poland , CC BY-SA 3.0 PL via Wikimedia Commons.
Bottom Image: Kremlin.ru, CC BY 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons.
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