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Drzewo Jessego w Sanktuarium Matki Bożej Dobrej Rady i Mądrości Serca, Sulistrowiczki, 42 km na południe od Wrocławia. The Jesse Tree at the Our Lady of Good Counsel and Wisdom of the Heart Slezan Sanctuary in Sulistrowiczki, 42 kms south of Wroclaw, Poland. Fine Art Photography by Zbigniew Halat
Drzewo Jessego w Sanktuarium Matki Bożej Dobrej Rady i Mądrości Serca, Sulistrowiczki, 42 km na południe od Wrocławia. The Jesse Tree at the Our Lady of Good Counsel and Wisdom of the Heart Slezan Sanctuary in Sulistrowiczki, 42 kms south of Wroclaw, Poland. Fine Art Photography by Zbigniew Halat.

1 I wyrośnie różdżka z pnia Jessego, wypuści się odrośl z jego korzeni.
2 I spocznie na niej Duch Pański, duch mądrości i rozumu, duch rady i męstwa, duch wiedzy i bojaźni Pańskiej. Księga Izajasza 11:1-2

1. Like a branch that sprouts from a stump, someone from David’s family  will someday be king.
2 The Spirit of the Lord will be with him to give him understanding, wisdom, and insight. Isaiah 11:1-2 Contemporary English Version (CEV)



Jarosław Kaczyński: NARODOWY DZIEŃ NIEPODLEGŁOŚCI POLSKI 2017 POLAND'S NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE DAY
Jarosław Kaczyński Foto: PAP / Paweł Supernak Jarosław Kaczyński: NARODOWY DZIEŃ NIEPODLEGŁOŚCI POLSKI 2017 POLAND'S NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE DAY Odrzucamy ten ciężki worek kamieni, który nosiliśmy na plecach jako naród po 1989 r.; worek z korupcją, nadużyciami, złodziejstwem, nieuczciwością, niemoralnością i niszczeniem polskiego patriotyzmu, polskiego poczucia wspólnoty. We reject this heavy bag of stones that we carried on our back as a nation after 1989; corruption, abuses, thievery, dishonesty, immorality and the destruction of Polish patriotism, the Polish sense of community.
Odrzucamy ten ciężki worek kamieni, który nosiliśmy na plecach jako naród po 1989 r.; worek z korupcją, nadużyciami, złodziejstwem, nieuczciwością, niemoralnością i niszczeniem polskiego patriotyzmu, polskiego poczucia wspólnoty. We reject this heavy bag of stones that we carried on our back as a nation after 1989; corruption, abuses, thievery, dishonesty, immorality and the destruction of Polish patriotism, the Polish sense of community.
THE STRUGGLES FOR POLAND

The Roman Catholic Church of Poland standing upright. Be vigilant, stay firm in the faith, be brave and strong. (1 Corinthians 16:13) . The godless masses of Germany, France, United Kingdom etc. falling down. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat
The Roman Catholic Church of Poland standing upright. Be vigilant, stay firm in the faith, be brave and strong. (1 Corinthians 16:13) . The godless masses of Germany, France, United Kingdom etc. falling down. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat

W Polsce Kościół rzymskokatolicki cieszy się tak wielkim autorytetem, że jest najbardziej odpowiedzialny za przeżycie narodu. In Poland, the Roman Catholic Church enjoys such a great authority  that it is most responsible for the survival of the nation. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat
W Polsce Kościół rzymskokatolicki cieszy się tak wielkim autorytetem, że jest najbardziej odpowiedzialny za przeżycie narodu. In Poland, the Roman Catholic Church enjoys such a great authority  that it is most responsible for the survival of the nation. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat


Catholic Culture: Inspiration for Salvation by Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński (1901 – 1981) “Wszystko postawiłem na Maryję – I have staked everything on the Virgin Mary” Ojciec Dyrektor Father Director Tadeusz Rydzyk,  C.Ss.R, wspomina słowa Prymasa Tysiąclecia przed Rodziną Radia Maryja recalls the words of Primate of the Millennium before The Radio Maryja Family. 22/10/2017 Blessing of the statue of Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński at the Temple of Our Lady the Star of New Evangelization and St. John Paul II in Torun, Poland. Serdeczne spotkanie rzymskokatolickiego ruchu Rodzina Radia Maryja z jego założycielem, Ojcem DyrektoremTadeuszem Rydzykiem, C.Ss.R. Cordial encounter of Roman Catholic Movement The Radio Maryja Family with its founder, Father Director Tadeusz Rydzyk, C.Ss.R. 22/10/2017 Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat
Catholic Culture: Inspiration for Salvation by Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński (1901 – 1981) “Wszystko postawiłem na Maryję – I have staked everything on the Virgin Mary” Ojciec Dyrektor Father Director Tadeusz Rydzyk,  C.Ss.R, wspomina słowa Prymasa Tysiąclecia przed Rodziną Radia Maryja recalls the words of Primate of the Millennium before The Radio Maryja Family. 22/10/2017 Blessing of the statue of Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński at the Temple of Our Lady the Star of New Evangelization and St. John Paul II in Torun, Poland. Serdeczne spotkanie rzymskokatolickiego ruchu Rodzina Radia Maryja z jego założycielem, Ojcem DyrektoremTadeuszem Rydzykiem, C.Ss.R. Cordial encounter of Roman Catholic Movement The Radio Maryja Family with its founder, Father Director Tadeusz Rydzyk, C.Ss.R. 22/10/2017 Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat on youtube

Catholic Culture: Inspiration for Salvation. The Chapel of Remembrance in the Temple of Our Lady the Star of New Evangelization and St. John Paul II in Torun, Poland, is an eloquent tribute and homage to all those brave Poles who  risked their lives to save Jews from extermination by the Germans and were murdered by the Germans. Teardrop shaped reliquaries of Polish martyrs. Polish martyrs pray for us! Martyrs, you who were killed by the Germans for their Catholic faith, pray for us! No one can have greater love than to give his life for his friends. (John 15:13 New Life Version NLV) Guidance: Miss Łucja Darbah-Kopczyńska, 23, student government president, The Higher School of Social and Media Culture in Torun, Poland. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat
Catholic Culture: Inspiration for Salvation. The Chapel of Remembrance in the Temple of Our Lady the Star of New Evangelization and St. John Paul II in Torun, Poland, is an eloquent tribute and homage to all those brave Poles who  risked their lives to save Jews from extermination by the Germans and were murdered by the Germans. Teardrop shaped reliquaries of Polish martyrs. Polish martyrs pray for us! Martyrs, you who were killed by the Germans for their Catholic faith, pray for us! No one can have greater love than to give his life for his friends. (John 15:13 New Life Version NLV) Guidance: Miss Łucja Darbah-Kopczyńska, 23, student government president, The Higher School of Social and Media Culture in Torun, Poland. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat on youtube

Niech będzie pochwalony Jezus Chrystus i Maryja zawsze Dziewica! Praised be Our Lord Jesus Christ and Mary, the Virgin! Łucja Darbah-Kopczyńska do/to Magdalena Buczek "Dzięki Pani poznałam ogromną moc różańca." "Thanks to you, I've recognized the huge power of the rosary." Pod świątynią Najświętszej Marii Panny Gwiazdy Nowej Ewangelizacji i Świętego Jana Pawła II. Under the Temple of Our Lady the Star of New Evangelization and St. John Paul II in Torun, Poland Twenty years ago, under the auspices of Fr. Tadeusz Rydzyk, CSsR, Director of Radio Maryja, Miss Magdalena Buczek at age 9 emerged the founder of the Children's Neighbourhood Rosary Circles. She graduated in journalism and political science at Higher School of Social and Media Culture in Torun, Poland (HSSMC). On an unexpected encounter in the year 2017, Miss Łucja Darbah-Kopczyńska, 23, the student government president in HSSMC, is expressing words of gratitude  to Miss Magda for her her faithful service which has influenced her generation since early childhood. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat on youtube
Niech będzie pochwalony Jezus Chrystus i Maryja zawsze Dziewica! Praised be Our Lord Jesus Christ and Mary, the Virgin! Łucja Darbah-Kopczyńska do/to Magdalena Buczek "Dzięki Pani poznałam ogromną moc różańca." "Thanks to you, I've recognized the huge power of the rosary." Pod świątynią Najświętszej Marii Panny Gwiazdy Nowej Ewangelizacji i Świętego Jana Pawła II. Under the Temple of Our Lady the Star of New Evangelization and St. John Paul II in Torun, Poland Twenty years ago, under the auspices of Fr. Tadeusz Rydzyk, CSsR, Director of Radio Maryja, Miss Magdalena Buczek at age 9 emerged the founder of the Children's Neighbourhood Rosary Circles. She graduated in journalism and political science at Higher School of Social and Media Culture in Torun, Poland (HSSMC). On an unexpected encounter in the year 2017, Miss Łucja Darbah-Kopczyńska, 23, the student government president in HSSMC, is expressing words of gratitude  to Miss Magda for her her faithful service which has influenced her generation since early childhood. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat on youtube



4 LIPCA ŚWIĘTO NIEPODLEGŁOŚCI USA. ZDROWY POLAK NA CAŁYM ŚWIECIE JEST DUMNY Z DZIEŁA TADEUSZA KOŚCIUSZKI
JULY 4 : HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY, MR PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP AND FELLOW AMERICANS! #MAGA MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN #MPGA MAKE POLAND GREAT AGAIN #MEGA MAKE EUROPE GREAT AGAIN 4 LIPCA ŚWIĘTO NIEPODLEGŁOŚCI USA.  4 LIPCA ŚWIĘTO NIEPODLEGŁOŚCI USA. ZDROWY POLAK NA CAŁYM ŚWIECIE JEST DUMNY Z DZIEŁA TADEUSZA KOŚCIUSZKI
JULY 4 : HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY, MR PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP AND FELLOW AMERICANS!
#MAGA MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN #MPGA MAKE POLAND GREAT AGAIN #MEGA MAKE EUROPE GREAT AGAIN

Gorzów – stolica Ziemi Lubuskiej, obowiązuje znak podporządkowania odwiecznemu zawołaniu Polaków: BÓG  –  HONOR  –  OJCZYZNA. Fine Art Photography by Zbigniew Halat
Gorzów – stolica Ziemi Lubuskiej, obowiązuje znak podporządkowania odwiecznemu zawołaniu Polaków: BÓG  –  HONOR  –  OJCZYZNA. Fine Art Photography by Zbigniew Halat
Katedra p.w. Wniebowzięcia Najświętszej Maryi Panny (przejściowo p.w. Najświętszej Maryi Panny i Jedenastu Tysięcy Świętych Dziewic) w Gorzowie. Gorzów jest siedzibą wojewody lubuskiego, tym  samym stolicą administracyjną prawobrzeżnej Ziemi Lubuskiej, kolebki Państwa Polskiego, która z winy zdrajców Polski jako pierwsza została zagarnięta przez Niemców realizujących od czasów Karola Wielkiego politykę parcia na Wschód (Drang nach Osten). W 1982 r. Gorzowie powstał Młodzieżowy Ruch Oporu (MRO) zrzeszający antykomunistyczną młodzież gorzowskich szkół średnich, rok później w stanie wojennym przekształcony w Ruch Młodzieży Niezależnej (RMN), którego czołową postacią był Kazimierz Sokołowski, niezłomny i bohaterski Polak katolik. Jego córka Maria Sokołowska, 17 letnia licealistka z Gorzowa, 22 maja 2014 r. pytaniem „Dlaczego udaje pan patriotę, a jest pan zdrajcą Polski?” skierowanym do wszechwładnego wówczas Donalda Tuska zainicjowała dobrą zmianę w Polsce i na świecie. Ludzie czystych serc rozpalają ogień wolności. The people of pure hearts are kindlingthe flame of freedom.



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Plac Krasińskich, Warszawa Krasinski Square, Warsaw
General H.R. McMaster: "epicenter of the 1944 Warsaw uprising against the brutal Nazi occupation"
 The brutal German occupation of Polish territories  dates back to Charlemagne, the kings of the East Franks who initiated Drang nach Osten which is German policy to colonize the Slavic lands east of Germany and exterminate the Slavs.

Plac Krasińskich, Warszawa Krasinski Square, Warsaw The lesson of heroism in front of the monument of the Warsaw Uprising 1944. Polish youth always ready to struggle for freedom of the Polish nation, and all humanity. Let Poland rely on her allies. Never more Western betrayal again. Fine Art Photography by Zbigniew Halat
The lesson of heroism in front of the monument of the Warsaw Uprising 1944. Polish youth always ready to struggle for freedom of the Polish nation, and all humanity. Let Poland rely on her allies. Never more Western betrayal again. Fine Art Photography by Zbigniew Halat.  Lekcja heroizmu przed pomnikiem Powstania Warszawskiego 1944. Polska młodzież zawsze gotowa do walki o wolność Narodu Polskiego i całej ludzkości. Niech Polska polega na swoich aliantach. Nigdy więcej zdrady Zachodu.

The White House
Office of the Press Secretary
For Immediate ReleaseSeptember 19, 2017


United Nations
New York, New York

10:04 A.M. EDT

PRESIDENT TRUMP:  Mr. Secretary General, Mr. President, world leaders, and distinguished delegates:  Welcome to New York.  It is a profound honor to stand here in my home city, as a representative of the American people, to address the people of the world.

As millions of our citizens continue to suffer the effects of the devastating hurricanes that have struck our country, I want to begin by expressing my appreciation to every leader in this room who has offered assistance and aid.  The American people are strong and resilient, and they will emerge from these hardships more determined than ever before.

Fortunately, the United States has done very well since Election Day last November 8th.  The stock market is at an all-time high -- a record.  Unemployment is at its lowest level in 16 years, and because of our regulatory and other reforms, we have more people working in the United States today than ever before.  Companies are moving back, creating job growth the likes of which our country has not seen in a very long time.  And it has just been announced that we will be spending almost $700 billion on our military and defense. 

Our military will soon be the strongest it has ever been.  For more than 70 years, in times of war and peace, the leaders of nations, movements, and religions have stood before this assembly.  Like them, I intend to address some of the very serious threats before us today but also the enormous potential waiting to be unleashed. 

We live in a time of extraordinary opportunity.  Breakthroughs in science, technology, and medicine are curing illnesses and solving problems that prior generations thought impossible to solve. 

But each day also brings news of growing dangers that threaten everything we cherish and value.  Terrorists and extremists have gathered strength and spread to every region of the planet.  Rogue regimes represented in this body not only support terrorists but threaten other nations and their own people with the most destructive weapons known to humanity. 

Authority and authoritarian powers seek to collapse the values, the systems, and alliances that prevented conflict and tilted the world toward freedom since World War II.   

International criminal networks traffic drugs, weapons, people; force dislocation and mass migration; threaten our borders; and new forms of aggression exploit technology to menace our citizens.

To put it simply, we meet at a time of both of immense promise and great peril.  It is entirely up to us whether we lift the world to new heights, or let it fall into a valley of disrepair.

We have it in our power, should we so choose, to lift millions from poverty, to help our citizens realize their dreams, and to ensure that new generations of children are raised free from violence, hatred, and fear.

This institution was founded in the aftermath of two world wars to help shape this better future.  It was based on the vision that diverse nations could cooperate to protect their sovereignty, preserve their security, and promote their prosperity.

It was in the same period, exactly 70 years ago, that the United States developed the Marshall Plan to help restore Europe.  Those three beautiful pillars -- they’re pillars of peace, sovereignty, security, and prosperity.

The Marshall Plan was built on the noble idea that the whole world is safer when nations are strong, independent, and free.  As President Truman said in his message to Congress at that time, “Our support of European recovery is in full accord with our support of the United Nations.  The success of the United Nations depends upon the independent strength of its members.”

To overcome the perils of the present and to achieve the promise of the future, we must begin with the wisdom of the past.  Our success depends on a coalition of strong and independent nations that embrace their sovereignty to promote security, prosperity, and peace for themselves and for the world.

We do not expect diverse countries to share the same cultures, traditions, or even systems of government.  But we do expect all nations to uphold these two core sovereign duties:  to respect the interests of their own people and the rights of every other sovereign nation.  This is the beautiful vision of this institution, and this is foundation for cooperation and success.

Strong, sovereign nations let diverse countries with different values, different cultures, and different dreams not just coexist, but work side by side on the basis of mutual respect.

Strong, sovereign nations let their people take ownership of the future and control their own destiny.  And strong, sovereign nations allow individuals to flourish in the fullness of the life intended by God.

In America, we do not seek to impose our way of life on anyone, but rather to let it shine as an example for everyone to watch.  This week gives our country a special reason to take pride in that example.  We are celebrating the 230th anniversary of our beloved Constitution -- the oldest constitution still in use in the world today.

This timeless document has been the foundation of peace, prosperity, and freedom for the Americans and for countless millions around the globe whose own countries have found inspiration in its respect for human nature, human dignity, and the rule of law.

The greatest in the United States Constitution is its first three beautiful words.  They are:  “We the people.”

Generations of Americans have sacrificed to maintain the promise of those words, the promise of our country, and of our great history.  In America, the people govern, the people rule, and the people are sovereign.  I was elected not to take power, but to give power to the American people, where it belongs.

In foreign affairs, we are renewing this founding principle of sovereignty.  Our government's first duty is to its people, to our citizens -- to serve their needs, to ensure their safety, to preserve their rights, and to defend their values.

As President of the United States, I will always put America first, just like you, as the leaders of your countries will always, and should always, put your countries first.  (Applause.)

All responsible leaders have an obligation to serve their own citizens, and the nation-state remains the best vehicle for elevating the human condition. 

But making a better life for our people also requires us to work together in close harmony and unity to create a more safe and peaceful future for all people.

The United States will forever be a great friend to the world, and especially to its allies.  But we can no longer be taken advantage of, or enter into a one-sided deal where the United States gets nothing in return.  As long as I hold this office, I will defend America’s interests above all else.

But in fulfilling our obligations to our own nations, we also realize that it’s in everyone’s interest to seek a future where all nations can be sovereign, prosperous, and secure.

America does more than speak for the values expressed in the United Nations Charter.  Our citizens have paid the ultimate price to defend our freedom and the freedom of many nations represented in this great hall.  America's devotion is measured on the battlefields where our young men and women have fought and sacrificed alongside of our allies, from the beaches of Europe to the deserts of the Middle East to the jungles of Asia.

It is an eternal credit to the American character that even after we and our allies emerged victorious from the bloodiest war in history, we did not seek territorial expansion, or attempt to oppose and impose our way of life on others.  Instead, we helped build institutions such as this one to defend the sovereignty, security, and prosperity for all.

For the diverse nations of the world, this is our hope.  We want harmony and friendship, not conflict and strife.  We are guided by outcomes, not ideology.  We have a policy of principled realism, rooted in shared goals, interests, and values.

That realism forces us to confront a question facing every leader and nation in this room.  It is a question we cannot escape or avoid.  We will slide down the path of complacency, numb to the challenges, threats, and even wars that we face.  Or do we have enough strength and pride to confront those dangers today, so that our citizens can enjoy peace and prosperity tomorrow?

If we desire to lift up our citizens, if we aspire to the approval of history, then we must fulfill our sovereign duties to the people we faithfully represent.  We must protect our nations, their interests, and their futures.  We must reject threats to sovereignty, from the Ukraine to the South China Sea.  We must uphold respect for law, respect for borders, and respect for culture, and the peaceful engagement these allow.  And just as the founders of this body intended, we must work together and confront together those who threaten us with chaos, turmoil, and terror.

The scourge of our planet today is a small group of rogue regimes that violate every principle on which the United Nations is based.  They respect neither their own citizens nor the sovereign rights of their countries.

If the righteous many do not confront the wicked few, then evil will triumph.  When decent people and nations become bystanders to history, the forces of destruction only gather power and strength.

No one has shown more contempt for other nations and for the wellbeing of their own people than the depraved regime in North Korea.  It is responsible for the starvation deaths of millions of North Koreans, and for the imprisonment, torture, killing, and oppression of countless more.

We were all witness to the regime's deadly abuse when an innocent American college student, Otto Warmbier, was returned to America only to die a few days later.  We saw it in the assassination of the dictator's brother using banned nerve agents in an international airport.  We know it kidnapped a sweet 13-year-old Japanese girl from a beach in her own country to enslave her as a language tutor for North Korea's spies.

If this is not twisted enough, now North Korea's reckless pursuit of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles threatens the entire world with unthinkable loss of human life. 

It is an outrage that some nations would not only trade with such a regime, but would arm, supply, and financially support a country that imperils the world with nuclear conflict.  No nation on earth has an interest in seeing this band of criminals arm itself with nuclear weapons and missiles.

The United States has great strength and patience, but if it is forced to defend itself or its allies, we will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea.  Rocket Man is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime.  The United States is ready, willing and able, but hopefully this will not be necessary.  That’s what the United Nations is all about; that’s what the United Nations is for.  Let’s see how they do.

It is time for North Korea to realize that the denuclearization is its only acceptable future.  The United Nations Security Council recently held two unanimous 15-0 votes adopting hard-hitting resolutions against North Korea, and I want to thank China and Russia for joining the vote to impose sanctions, along with all of the other members of the Security Council.  Thank you to all involved.

But we must do much more.  It is time for all nations to work together to isolate the Kim regime until it ceases its hostile behavior.
 
We face this decision not only in North Korea.  It is far past time for the nations of the world to confront another reckless regime -- one that speaks openly of mass murder, vowing death to America, destruction to Israel, and ruin for many leaders and nations in this room.

The Iranian government masks a corrupt dictatorship behind the false guise of a democracy.  It has turned a wealthy country with a rich history and culture into an economically depleted rogue state whose chief exports are violence, bloodshed, and chaos.  The longest-suffering victims of Iran's leaders are, in fact, its own people.

Rather than use its resources to improve Iranian lives, its oil profits go to fund Hezbollah and other terrorists that kill innocent Muslims and attack their peaceful Arab and Israeli neighbors.  This wealth, which rightly belongs to Iran's people, also goes to shore up Bashar al-Assad's dictatorship, fuel Yemen's civil war, and undermine peace throughout the entire Middle East.

We cannot let a murderous regime continue these destabilizing activities while building dangerous missiles, and we cannot abide by an agreement if it provides cover for the eventual construction of a nuclear program.  (Applause.)  The Iran Deal was one of the worst and most one-sided transactions the United States has ever entered into.  Frankly, that deal is an embarrassment to the United States, and I don’t think you’ve heard the last of it -- believe me. 

It is time for the entire world to join us in demanding that Iran's government end its pursuit of death and destruction.  It is time for the regime to free all Americans and citizens of other nations that they have unjustly detained.  And above all, Iran's government must stop supporting terrorists, begin serving its own people, and respect the sovereign rights of its neighbors.

The entire world understands that the good people of Iran want change, and, other than the vast military power of the United States, that Iran's people are what their leaders fear the most.  This is what causes the regime to restrict Internet access, tear down satellite dishes, shoot unarmed student protestors, and imprison political reformers.

Oppressive regimes cannot endure forever, and the day will come when the Iranian people will face a choice.  Will they continue down the path of poverty, bloodshed, and terror?  Or will the Iranian people return to the nation's proud roots as a center of civilization, culture, and wealth where their people can be happy and prosperous once again?

The Iranian regime's support for terror is in stark contrast to the recent commitments of many of its neighbors to fight terrorism and halt its financing.

In Saudi Arabia early last year, I was greatly honored to address the leaders of more than 50 Arab and Muslim nations.  We agreed that all responsible nations must work together to confront terrorists and the Islamist extremism that inspires them.

We will stop radical Islamic terrorism because we cannot allow it to tear up our nation, and indeed to tear up the entire world.

We must deny the terrorists safe haven, transit, funding, and any form of support for their vile and sinister ideology.  We must drive them out of our nations.  It is time to expose and hold responsible those countries who support and finance terror groups like al Qaeda, Hezbollah, the Taliban and others that slaughter innocent people.

The United States and our allies are working together throughout the Middle East to crush the loser terrorists and stop the reemergence of safe havens they use to launch attacks on all of our people.

Last month, I announced a new strategy for victory in the fight against this evil in Afghanistan.  From now on, our security interests will dictate the length and scope of military operations, not arbitrary benchmarks and timetables set up by politicians.

I have also totally changed the rules of engagement in our fight against the Taliban and other terrorist groups.  In Syria and Iraq, we have made big gains toward lasting defeat of ISIS.  In fact, our country has achieved more against ISIS in the last eight months than it has in many, many years combined. 
 
We seek the de-escalation of the Syrian conflict, and a political solution that honors the will of the Syrian people.  The actions of the criminal regime of Bashar al-Assad, including the use of chemical weapons against his own citizens -- even innocent children -- shock the conscience of every decent person.  No society can be safe if banned chemical weapons are allowed to spread.  That is why the United States carried out a missile strike on the airbase that launched the attack.

We appreciate the efforts of United Nations agencies that are providing vital humanitarian assistance in areas liberated from ISIS, and we especially thank Jordan, Turkey and Lebanon for their role in hosting refugees from the Syrian conflict. 

The United States is a compassionate nation and has spent billions and billions of dollars in helping to support this effort.  We seek an approach to refugee resettlement that is designed to help these horribly treated people, and which enables their eventual return to their home countries, to be part of the rebuilding process.

For the cost of resettling one refugee in the United States, we can assist more than 10 in their home region.  Out of the goodness of our hearts, we offer financial assistance to hosting countries in the region, and we support recent agreements of the G20 nations that will seek to host refugees as close to their home countries as possible.  This is the safe, responsible, and humanitarian approach.

For decades, the United States has dealt with migration challenges here in the Western Hemisphere.  We have learned that, over the long term, uncontrolled migration is deeply unfair to both the sending and the receiving countries.

For the sending countries, it reduces domestic pressure to pursue needed political and economic reform, and drains them of the human capital necessary to motivate and implement those reforms.

For the receiving countries, the substantial costs of uncontrolled migration are borne overwhelmingly by low-income citizens whose concerns are often ignored by both media and government.

I want to salute the work of the United Nations in seeking to address the problems that cause people to flee from their homes.  The United Nations and African Union led peacekeeping missions to have invaluable contributions in stabilizing conflicts in Africa.  The United States continues to lead the world in humanitarian assistance, including famine prevention and relief in South Sudan, Somalia, and northern Nigeria and Yemen. 

We have invested in better health and opportunity all over the world through programs like PEPFAR, which funds AIDS relief; the President's Malaria Initiative; the Global Health Security Agenda; the Global Fund to End Modern Slavery; and the Women Entrepreneurs Finance Initiative, part of our commitment to empowering women all across the globe.

We also thank -- (applause) -- we also thank the Secretary General for recognizing that the United Nations must reform if it is to be an effective partner in confronting threats to sovereignty, security, and prosperity.  Too often the focus of this organization has not been on results, but on bureaucracy and process.

In some cases, states that seek to subvert this institution's noble aims have hijacked the very systems that are supposed to advance them.  For example, it is a massive source of embarrassment to the United Nations that some governments with egregious human rights records sit on the U.N. Human Rights Council.

The United States is one out of 193 countries in the United Nations, and yet we pay 22 percent of the entire budget and more.  In fact, we pay far more than anybody realizes.  The United States bears an unfair cost burden, but, to be fair, if it could actually accomplish all of its stated goals, especially the goal of peace, this investment would easily be well worth it.

Major portions of the world are in conflict and some, in fact, are going to hell.  But the powerful people in this room, under the guidance and auspices of the United Nations, can solve many of these vicious and complex problems.

The American people hope that one day soon the United Nations can be a much more accountable and effective advocate for human dignity and freedom around the world.  In the meantime, we believe that no nation should have to bear a disproportionate share of the burden, militarily or financially.  Nations of the world must take a greater role in promoting secure and prosperous societies in their own regions.

That is why in the Western Hemisphere, the United States has stood against the corrupt and destabilizing regime in Cuba and embraced the enduring dream of the Cuban people to live in freedom.  My administration recently announced that we will not lift sanctions on the Cuban government until it makes fundamental reforms.

We have also imposed tough, calibrated sanctions on the socialist Maduro regime in Venezuela, which has brought a once thriving nation to the brink of total collapse.

The socialist dictatorship of Nicolas Maduro has inflicted terrible pain and suffering on the good people of that country.  This corrupt regime destroyed a prosperous nation by imposing a failed ideology that has produced poverty and misery everywhere it has been tried.  To make matters worse, Maduro has defied his own people, stealing power from their elected representatives to preserve his disastrous rule.
 
The Venezuelan people are starving and their country is collapsing.  Their democratic institutions are being destroyed.  This situation is completely unacceptable and we cannot stand by and watch.

As a responsible neighbor and friend, we and all others have a goal.  That goal is to help them regain their freedom, recover their country, and restore their democracy.  I would like to thank leaders in this room for condemning the regime and providing vital support to the Venezuelan people.

The United States has taken important steps to hold the regime accountable.  We are prepared to take further action if the government of Venezuela persists on its path to impose authoritarian rule on the Venezuelan people.
 
We are fortunate to have incredibly strong and healthy trade relationships with many of the Latin American countries gathered here today.  Our economic bond forms a critical foundation for advancing peace and prosperity for all of our people and all of our neighbors.

I ask every country represented here today to be prepared to do more to address this very real crisis.  We call for the full restoration of democracy and political freedoms in Venezuela. (Applause.)

The problem in Venezuela is not that socialism has been poorly implemented, but that socialism has been faithfully implemented.  (Applause.)  From the Soviet Union to Cuba to Venezuela, wherever true socialism or communism has been adopted, it has delivered anguish and devastation and failure.  Those who preach the tenets of these discredited ideologies only contribute to the continued suffering of the people who live under these cruel systems.

America stands with every person living under a brutal regime.  Our respect for sovereignty is also a call for action.  All people deserve a government that cares for their safety, their interests, and their wellbeing, including their prosperity.

In America, we seek stronger ties of business and trade with all nations of good will, but this trade must be fair and it must be reciprocal.

For too long, the American people were told that mammoth multinational trade deals, unaccountable international tribunals, and powerful global bureaucracies were the best way to promote their success.  But as those promises flowed, millions of jobs vanished and thousands of factories disappeared.  Others gamed the system and broke the rules.  And our great middle class, once the bedrock of American prosperity, was forgotten and left behind, but they are forgotten no more and they will never be forgotten again. 

While America will pursue cooperation and commerce with other nations, we are renewing our commitment to the first duty of every government:  the duty of our citizens.  This bond is the source of America's strength and that of every responsible nation represented here today.

If this organization is to have any hope of successfully confronting the challenges before us, it will depend, as President Truman said some 70 years ago, on the "independent strength of its members."  If we are to embrace the opportunities of the future and overcome the present dangers together, there can be no substitute for strong, sovereign, and independent nations -- nations that are rooted in their histories and invested in their destinies; nations that seek allies to befriend, not enemies to conquer; and most important of all, nations that are home to patriots, to men and women who are willing to sacrifice for their countries, their fellow citizens, and for all that is best in the human spirit.

In remembering the great victory that led to this body's founding, we must never forget that those heroes who fought against evil also fought for the nations that they loved.

Patriotism led the Poles to die to save Poland, the French to fight for a free France, and the Brits to stand strong for Britain.

Today, if we do not invest ourselves, our hearts, and our minds in our nations, if we will not build strong families, safe communities, and healthy societies for ourselves, no one can do it for us.

We cannot wait for someone else, for faraway countries or far-off bureaucrats -- we can't do it.  We must solve our problems, to build our prosperity, to secure our futures, or we will be vulnerable to decay, domination, and defeat.

The true question for the United Nations today, for people all over the world who hope for better lives for themselves and their children, is a basic one:  Are we still patriots?  Do we love our nations enough to protect their sovereignty and to take ownership of their futures?  Do we revere them enough to defend their interests, preserve their cultures, and ensure a peaceful world for their citizens?

One of the greatest American patriots, John Adams, wrote that the American Revolution was "effected before the war commenced.  The Revolution was in the minds and hearts of the people."

That was the moment when America awoke, when we looked around and understood that we were a nation.  We realized who we were, what we valued, and what we would give our lives to defend.  From its very first moments, the American story is the story of what is possible when people take ownership of their future.

The United States of America has been among the greatest forces for good in the history of the world, and the greatest defenders of sovereignty, security, and prosperity for all.

Now we are calling for a great reawakening of nations, for the revival of their spirits, their pride, their people, and their patriotism.

History is asking us whether we are up to the task.  Our answer will be a renewal of will, a rediscovery of resolve, and a rebirth of devotion.  We need to defeat the enemies of humanity and unlock the potential of life itself.

Our hope is a word and -- world of proud, independent nations that embrace their duties, seek friendship, respect others, and make common cause in the greatest shared interest of all:  a future of dignity and peace for the people of this wonderful Earth.

This is the true vision of the United Nations, the ancient wish of every people, and the deepest yearning that lives inside every sacred soul.

So let this be our mission, and let this be our message to the world:  We will fight together, sacrifice together, and stand together for peace, for freedom, for justice, for family, for humanity, and for the almighty God who made us all. 

Thank you.  God bless you.  God bless the nations of the world.  And God bless the United States of America.  Thank you very much.  (Applause.) 

END
10:46 A.M. EDT

***
The White House
Office of the Press Secretary
July 06, 2017

Krasiński Square
Warsaw, Poland

1:16 P.M. CEST

MRS. TRUMP:  Hello, Poland!  Thank you very much.  My husband and I have enjoyed visiting your beautiful country.  I want to thank President and Mrs. Duda for the warm welcome and their generous hospitality.  I had the opportunity to visit the Copernicus Science Centre today, and found it not only informative but thoughtful, its mission, which is to inspire people to observe, experiment, ask questions, and seek answers. 

I can think of no better purpose for such a wonderful science center.  Thank you to all who were involved in giving us the tour, especially the children who made it such a wonderful experience.

As many of you know, a main focus of my husband's presidency is safety and security of the American people.  I think all of us can agree people should be able to live their lives without fear, no matter what country they live in.  That is my wish for all of us around the world.  (Applause.)

Thank you again for this wonderful welcome to your very special country.  Your kindness and gracious hospitality will not be forgotten.  (Applause.) 

And now it is my honor to introduce to you my husband, the President of the United States, Donald J. Trump.  (Applause.)

PRESIDENT TRUMP:  Thank you very much.  That's so nice.  The United States has many great diplomats, but there is truly no better ambassador for our country than our beautiful First Lady, Melania.  Thank you, Melania.  That was very nice.  (Applause.)

We've come to your nation to deliver a very important message:  America loves Poland, and America loves the Polish people.  (Applause.)  Thank you. 

The Poles have not only greatly enriched this region, but Polish-Americans have also greatly enriched the United States, and I was truly proud to have their support in the 2016 election.  (Applause.) 

It is a profound honor to stand in this city, by this monument to the Warsaw Uprising, and to address the Polish nation that so many generations have dreamed of:  a Poland that is safe, strong, and free.  (Applause.) 

President Duda and your wonderful First Lady, Agata, have welcomed us with the tremendous warmth and kindness for which Poland is known around the world.  Thank you.  (Applause.)  My sincere -- and I mean sincerely thank both of them.  And to Prime Minister Syzdlo, a very special thanks also.  (Applause.) 

We are also pleased that former President Lech Walesa, so famous for leading the Solidarity Movement, has joined us today, also.  (Applause.)  Thank you.  Thank you.  Thank you.  

On behalf of all Americans, let me also thank the entire Polish people for the generosity you have shown in welcoming our soldiers to your country.  These soldiers are not only brave defenders of freedom, but also symbols of America’s commitment to your security and your place in a strong and democratic Europe.  
We are proudly joined on stage by American, Polish, British, and Romanian soldiers.  Thank you.  (Applause.)  Thank you.  Great job. 

President Duda and I have just come from an incredibly successful meeting with the leaders participating in the Three Seas Initiative.  To the citizens of this great region, America is eager to expand our partnership with you.  We welcome stronger ties of trade and commerce as you grow your economies. And we are committed to securing your access to alternate sources of energy, so Poland and its neighbors are never again held hostage to a single supplier of energy.  (Applause.) 

Mr. President, I congratulate you, along with the President of Croatia, on your leadership of this historic Three Seas Initiative.  Thank you.  (Applause.)

This is my first visit to Central Europe as President, and I am thrilled that it could be right here at this magnificent, beautiful piece of land.  It is beautiful.  (Applause.)  Poland is the geographic heart of Europe, but more importantly, in the Polish people, we see the soul of Europe.  Your nation is great because your spirit is great and your spirit is strong.  (Applause.)

For two centuries, Poland suffered constant and brutal attacks.  But while Poland could be invaded and occupied, and its borders even erased from the map, it could never be erased from history or from your hearts.  In those dark days, you have lost your land but you never lost your pride.  (Applause.)

So it is with true admiration that I can say today, that from the farms and villages of your countryside to the cathedrals and squares of your great cities, Poland lives, Poland prospers, and Poland prevails.  (Applause.)

Despite every effort to transform you, oppress you, or destroy you, you endured and overcame.  You are the proud nation of Copernicus -- think of that -- (applause) -- Chopin, Saint John Paul II.  Poland is a land of great heroes.  (Applause.)  And you are a people who know the true value of what you defend.

The triumph of the Polish spirit over centuries of hardship gives us all hope for a future in which good conquers evil, and peace achieves victory over war.

For Americans, Poland has been a symbol of hope since the beginning of our nation.  Polish heroes and American patriots fought side by side in our War of Independence and in many wars that followed.  Our soldiers still serve together today in Afghanistan and Iraq, combatting the enemies of all civilization.

For America’s part, we have never given up on freedom and independence as the right and destiny of the Polish people, and we never, ever will.  (Applause.)  

Our two countries share a special bond forged by unique histories and national characters.  It’s a fellowship that exists only among people who have fought and bled and died for freedom.  (Applause.) 

The signs of this friendship stand in our nation’s capital.  Just steps from the White House, we’ve raised statues of men with names like Pułaski and Kościuszko.  (Applause.)  The same is true in Warsaw, where street signs carry the name of George Washington, and a monument stands to one of the world’s greatest heroes, Ronald Reagan.  (Applause.)

And so I am here today not just to visit an old ally, but to hold it up as an example for others who seek freedom and who wish to summon the courage and the will to defend our civilization.  (Applause.)  The story of Poland is the story of a people who have never lost hope, who have never been broken, and who have never, ever forgotten who they are.  (Applause) 

AUDIENCE:  Donald Trump!  Donald Trump!  Donald Trump!

PRESIDENT TRUMP:  Thank you.  Thank you so much.  Thank you.  Thank you so much.  Such a great honor.  This is a nation more than one thousand years old.  Your borders were erased for more than a century and only restored just one century ago.

In 1920, in the Miracle of Vistula, Poland stopped the Soviet army bent on European conquest.  (Applause.)  Then, 19 years later in 1939, you were invaded yet again, this time by Nazi Germany from the west and the Soviet Union from the east.  That’s trouble.  That’s tough. 

Under a double occupation the Polish people endured evils beyond description: the Katyn forest massacre, the occupations, the Holocaust, the Warsaw Ghetto and the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, the destruction of this beautiful capital city, and the deaths of nearly one in five Polish people.  A vibrant Jewish population -- the largest in Europe -- was reduced to almost nothing after the Nazis systematically murdered millions of Poland’s Jewish citizens, along with countless others, during that brutal occupation.
 
In the summer of 1944, the Nazi and Soviet armies were preparing for a terrible and bloody battle right here in Warsaw. Amid that hell on earth, the citizens of Poland rose up to defend their homeland.  I am deeply honored to be joined on stage today by veterans and heroes of the Warsaw Uprising.  (Applause.) 

AUDIENCE:  (Chanting.) 

PRESIDENT TRUMP:  What great spirit.  We salute your noble sacrifice and we pledge to always remember your fight for Poland and for freedom.  Thank you.  Thank you.  (Applause.) 

This monument reminds us that more than 150,000 Poles died during that desperate struggle to overthrow oppression.
From the other side of the river, the Soviet armed forces stopped and waited.  They watched as the Nazis ruthlessly destroyed the city, viciously murdering men, women, and children.  They tried to destroy this nation forever by shattering its will to survive.

But there is a courage and a strength deep in the Polish character that no one could destroy.  The Polish martyr, Bishop Michael Kozal, said it well:  “More horrifying than a defeat of arms is a collapse of the human spirit.”

Through four decades of communist rule, Poland and the other captive nations of Europe endured a brutal campaign to demolish freedom, your faith, your laws, your history, your identity -- indeed the very essence of your culture and your humanity.  Yet, through it all, you never lost that spirit.  (Applause.)  Your oppressors tried to break you, but Poland could not be broken.  (Applause.) 

And when the day came on June 2nd, 1979, and one million Poles gathered around Victory Square for their very first mass with their Polish Pope, that day, every communist in Warsaw must have known that their oppressive system would soon come crashing down.  (Applause.)  They must have known it at the exact moment during Pope John Paul II’s sermon when a million Polish men, women, and children suddenly raised their voices in a single prayer.  A million Polish people did not ask for wealth.  They did not ask for privilege.  Instead, one million Poles sang three simple words:  “We Want God.”  (Applause.)

In those words, the Polish people recalled the promise of a better future.  They found new courage to face down their oppressors, and they found the words to declare that Poland would be Poland once again.

As I stand here today before this incredible crowd, this faithful nation, we can still hear those voices that echo through history.  Their message is as true today as ever.  The people of Poland, the people of America, and the people of Europe still cry out “We want God.”  (Applause.)

Together, with Pope John Paul II, the Poles reasserted their identity as a nation devoted to God.  And with that powerful declaration of who you are, you came to understand what to do and how to live.  You stood in solidarity against oppression, against a lawless secret police, against a cruel and wicked system that impoverished your cities and your souls.  And you won.  Poland prevailed.  Poland will always prevail.  (Applause.)

AUDIENCE:  Donald Trump!  Donald Trump!  Donald Trump! 

PRESIDENT TRUMP:  Thank you.  You were supported in that victory over communism by a strong alliance of free nations in the West that defied tyranny.  Now, among the most committed members of the NATO Alliance, Poland has resumed its place as a leading nation of a Europe that is strong, whole, and free.

A strong Poland is a blessing to the nations of Europe, and they know that.  A strong Europe is a blessing to the West and to the world.  (Applause.)  One hundred years after the entry of American forces into World War I, the transatlantic bond between the United States and Europe is as strong as ever and maybe, in many ways, even stronger. 

This continent no longer confronts the specter of communism.  But today we’re in the West, and we have to say there are dire threats to our security and to our way of life.  You see what’s happening out there.  They are threats.  We will confront them.  We will win.  But they are threats.  (Applause.) 

AUDIENCE:  Donald Trump!  Donald Trump!  Donald Trump!

PRESIDENT TRUMP:  We are confronted by another oppressive ideology -- one that seeks to export terrorism and extremism all around the globe.  America and Europe have suffered one terror attack after another.  We’re going to get it to stop.  (Applause.)  

During a historic gathering in Saudi Arabia, I called on the leaders of more than 50 Muslim nations to join together to drive out this menace which threatens all of humanity.  We must stand united against these shared enemies to strip them of their territory and their funding, and their networks, and any form of ideological support that they may have.  While we will always welcome new citizens who share our values and love our people, our borders will always be closed to terrorism and extremism of any kind.  (Applause.)

AUDIENCE:  Donald Trump!  Donald Trump!  Donald Trump!

PRESIDENT TRUMP:  We are fighting hard against radical Islamic terrorism, and we will prevail.  We cannot accept those who reject our values and who use hatred to justify violence against the innocent.

Today, the West is also confronted by the powers that seek to test our will, undermine our confidence, and challenge our interests.  To meet new forms of aggression, including propaganda, financial crimes, and cyberwarfare, we must adapt our alliance to compete effectively in new ways and on all new battlefields.

We urge Russia to cease its destabilizing activities in Ukraine and elsewhere, and its support for hostile regimes -- including Syria and Iran -- and to instead join the community of responsible nations in our fight against common enemies and in defense of civilization itself.  (Applause.)  

Finally, on both sides of the Atlantic, our citizens are confronted by yet another danger -- one firmly within our control.  This danger is invisible to some but familiar to the Poles:  the steady creep of government bureaucracy that drains the vitality and wealth of the people.  The West became great not because of paperwork and regulations but because people were allowed to chase their dreams and pursue their destinies.

Americans, Poles, and the nations of Europe value individual freedom and sovereignty.  We must work together to confront forces, whether they come from inside or out, from the South or the East, that threaten over time to undermine these values and to erase the bonds of culture, faith and tradition that make us who we are.  (Applause.)  If left unchecked, these forces will undermine our courage, sap our spirit, and weaken our will to defend ourselves and our societies.

But just as our adversaries and enemies of the past learned here in Poland, we know that these forces, too, are doomed to fail if we want them to fail.  And we do, indeed, want them to fail.  (Applause.)  They are doomed not only because our alliance is strong, our countries are resilient, and our power is unmatched.  Through all of that, you have to say everything is true.  Our adversaries, however, are doomed because we will never forget who we are.  And if we don’t forget who are, we just can't be beaten.  Americans will never forget.  The nations of Europe will never forget.  We are the fastest and the greatest community.  There is nothing like our community of nations.  The world has never known anything like our community of nations.

We write symphonies.  We pursue innovation.  We celebrate our ancient heroes, embrace our timeless traditions and customs, and always seek to explore and discover brand-new frontiers.

We reward brilliance.  We strive for excellence, and cherish inspiring works of art that honor God.  We treasure the rule of law and protect the right to free speech and free expression.  (Applause.)  

We empower women as pillars of our society and of our success.  We put faith and family, not government and bureaucracy, at the center of our lives.  And we debate everything.  We challenge everything.  We seek to know everything so that we can better know ourselves.  (Applause.)

And above all, we value the dignity of every human life, protect the rights of every person, and share the hope of every soul to live in freedom.  That is who we are.  Those are the priceless ties that bind us together as nations, as allies, and as a civilization.

What we have, what we inherited from our -- and you know this better than anybody, and you see it today with this incredible group of people -- what we've inherited from our ancestors has never existed to this extent before.  And if we fail to preserve it, it will never, ever exist again.  So we cannot fail.

This great community of nations has something else in common:  In every one of them, it is the people, not the powerful, who have always formed the foundation of freedom and the cornerstone of our defense.  The people have been that foundation here in Poland -- as they were right here in Warsaw -- and they were the foundation from the very, very beginning in America.

Our citizens did not win freedom together, did not survive horrors together, did not face down evil together, only to lose our freedom to a lack of pride and confidence in our values.  We did not and we will not.  We will never back down.  (Applause.) 

AUDIENCE:  Donald Trump!  Donald Trump!  Donald Trump!

PRESIDENT TRUMP:  As long as we know our history, we will know how to build our future.  Americans know that a strong alliance of free, sovereign and independent nations is the best defense for our freedoms and for our interests.  That is why my administration has demanded that all members of NATO finally meet their full and fair financial obligation. 

As a result of this insistence, billions of dollars more have begun to pour into NATO.  In fact, people are shocked.  But billions and billions of dollars more are coming in from countries that, in my opinion, would not have been paying so quickly.

To those who would criticize our tough stance, I would point out that the United States has demonstrated not merely with words but with its actions that we stand firmly behind Article 5, the mutual defense commitment.  (Applause.) 

Words are easy, but actions are what matters.  And for its own protection -- and you know this, everybody knows this, everybody has to know this -- Europe must do more.  Europe must demonstrate that it believes in its future by investing its money to secure that future.

That is why we applaud Poland for its decision to move forward this week on acquiring from the United States the battle-tested Patriot air and missile defense system -- the best anywhere in the world.  (Applause.)  That is also why we salute the Polish people for being one of the NATO countries that has actually achieved the benchmark for investment in our common defense.  Thank you.  Thank you, Poland.  I must tell you, the example you set is truly magnificent, and we applaud Poland.  Thank you.  (Applause.)

We have to remember that our defense is not just a commitment of money, it is a commitment of will.  Because as the Polish experience reminds us, the defense of the West ultimately rests not only on means but also on the will of its people to prevail and be successful and get what you have to have.  The fundamental question of our time is whether the West has the will to survive.  Do we have the confidence in our values to defend them at any cost?  Do we have enough respect for our citizens to protect our borders?  Do we have the desire and the courage to preserve our civilization in the face of those who would subvert and destroy it?  (Applause.) 

We can have the largest economies and the most lethal weapons anywhere on Earth, but if we do not have strong families and strong values, then we will be weak and we will not survive.  (Applause.)  If anyone forgets the critical importance of these things, let them come to one country that never has.  Let them come to Poland.  (Applause.)  And let them come here, to Warsaw, and learn the story of the Warsaw Uprising.

When they do, they should learn about Jerusalem Avenue.  In August of 1944, Jerusalem Avenue was one of the main roads running east and west through this city, just as it is today. 
Control of that road was crucially important to both sides in the battle for Warsaw.  The German military wanted it as their most direct route to move troops and to form a very strong front.  And for the Polish Home Army, the ability to pass north and south across that street was critical to keep the center of the city, and the Uprising itself, from being split apart and destroyed.

Every night, the Poles put up sandbags amid machine gun fire -- and it was horrendous fire -- to protect a narrow passage across Jerusalem Avenue.  Every day, the enemy forces knocked them down again and again and again.  Then the Poles dug a trench.  Finally, they built a barricade.  And the brave Polish fighters began to flow across Jerusalem Avenue.  That narrow passageway, just a few feet wide, was the fragile link that kept the Uprising alive. 

Between its walls, a constant stream of citizens and freedom fighters made their perilous, just perilous, sprints.  They ran across that street, they ran through that street, they ran under that street -- all to defend this city.  “The far side was several yards away,” recalled one young Polish woman named Greta.  That mortality and that life was so important to her.  In fact, she said, “The mortally dangerous sector of the street was soaked in the blood.  It was the blood of messengers, liaison girls, and couriers.”

Nazi snipers shot at anybody who crossed.  Anybody who crossed, they were being shot at.  Their soldiers burned every building on the street, and they used the Poles as human shields for their tanks in their effort to capture Jerusalem Avenue.  The enemy never ceased its relentless assault on that small outpost of civilization.  And the Poles never ceased its defense.

The Jerusalem Avenue passage required constant protection, repair, and reinforcement, but the will of its defenders did not waver, even in the face of death.  And to the last days of the Uprising, the fragile crossing never, ever failed.  It was never, ever forgotten.  It was kept open by the Polish people. 

The memories of those who perished in the Warsaw Uprising cry out across the decades, and few are clearer than the memories of those who died to build and defend the Jerusalem Avenue crossing.  Those heroes remind us that the West was saved with the blood of patriots; that each generation must rise up and play their part in its defense -- (applause) -- and that every foot of ground, and every last inch of civilization, is worth defending with your life.

Our own fight for the West does not begin on the battlefield -- it begins with our minds, our wills, and our souls.  Today, the ties that unite our civilization are no less vital, and demand no less defense, than that bare shred of land on which the hope of Poland once totally rested.  Our freedom, our civilization, and our survival depend on these bonds of history, culture, and memory. 

And today as ever, Poland is in our heart, and its people are in that fight.  (Applause.)  Just as Poland could not be broken, I declare today for the world to hear that the West will never, ever be broken.  Our values will prevail.  Our people will thrive.  And our civilization will triumph.  (Applause.)

AUDIENCE:  Donald Trump!  Donald Trump!  Donald Trump!

PRESIDENT TRUMP:  Thank you.  So, together, let us all fight like the Poles -- for family, for freedom, for country, and for God.

Thank you.  God Bless You.  God bless the Polish people.  God bless our allies.  And God bless the United States of America. 

Thank you.  God bless you.  Thank you very much.  (Applause.) 

END
1:55 P.M. CEST

The White House

Office of the Press Secretary
Press Briefing on President Trump's Upcoming Visit to Poland and Germany, 6/29/2017

PRESS BRIEFING BY NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISOR GENERAL MCMASTER
AND DIRECTOR OF THE NATIONAL ECONOMIC COUNCIL GARY COHN
ON PRESIDENT TRUMP’S UPCOMING VISIT TO
POLAND AND GERMANY
James S. Brady Press Briefing Room   

1:21 P.M. EDT

AIDE:  Hi.  Just want to restate the ground rules.  Today’s briefing is off camera, on the record, and the audio is not for broadcast.  It is embargoed until the end of the briefing. 

And with that, I will turn the podium over to --

Q    Can you make this on -- can you make the audio available?  Because it puts radio at a disadvantage. 

AIDE:  It is off camera, not for broadcast.  Those are the ground rules. 

And now I’m going to turn it over to General H.R. McMaster and Gary Cohn.  Thank you.

GENERAL MCMASTER:  Good afternoon, everybody.  Next Wednesday, President Trump will depart on the second foreign trip of his administration.  He will travel first to Warsaw, Poland to meet that country’s leaders and speak to the Polish people.  He will continue on to Hamburg, Germany for the G20 and for meetings with many world leaders.

While this trip is short, the agenda is packed.  I’ll run through the objectives and the schedule, and then turn it over to Gary, who will walk you through the President’s agenda for the G20.

First of all, the primary objectives are three:  To promote American prosperity, to protect American interests, and to provide American leadership.  These three objectives tie together every engagement President Trump has with foreign leaders, whether here in the White House, as you saw with the strengthening of our strategic partnership with India during Prime Minister Modi’s visit on Monday and we’ll see tonight and tomorrow with the strengthening of our alliance with South Korea during President Moon’s visit.

Additional objectives for the trip include, first, to strengthen American alliances.  America First, as Gary and I have stressed in the past, does not mean America alone.  President Trump has demonstrated a commitment to American alliances because strong alliances further American security and American interests. 

While there are no official NATO meetings on this trip, the President will meet with many NATO leaders, and he will reiterate both America’s commitment to NATO’s common defense and his expectation that all countries share responsibilities and burdens for that defense.  We’ve seen countries strengthen their defense budgets in response to the President’s call.  When we all do more, our alliance becomes stronger and our countries are all more secure.

Second is to reassert who we are.  Traveling to Europe, especially to Central Europe, which had its identity forcibly submerged for so long, is a great way to demonstrate what binds us together not just as an alliance, but as people.  America has been influenced by many nations, but we share Europe’s commitment to liberty and rule of law in particular.

Third is to continue to forge a common understanding of threats.  We saw the President make great progress in Saudi Arabia on denying terrorists safe havens, cutting off their funding, and discrediting their perverted ideology.  He’ll continue to build on that work while also addressing other threats, including attempts by revisionist powers to subvert the global order that undergirds our common security and economic prosperity.

The fourth is to develop a common approach to Russia.  As the President has made clear, he’d like the United States and the entire West to develop a more constructive relationship with Russia.  But he’s also made clear that we will do what is necessary to confront Russia’s destabilizing behavior. 

Fifth is to expand economic opportunity for Americans.  Did I skip -- I think I skipped -- no, okay.  Again, I’ll let Gary cover most of this, but from a foreign policy perspective the President’s goal will be to make clear, even to our allies, that America cannot tolerate unfair trade and economic practices that disadvantage our workers and our industries.  We’re prepared to act where necessary, but we hope to resolve our differences in ways that benefit all sides and are based on really a drive toward reciprocal trade and economic relationships.

The sixth is energy.  We want to create robust, open and fair markets that drive economic growth and leave no countries hostage to energy-market manipulation.  We are committed to the energy security of our allies and partners, and to the diversification of energy sources, supplies and routes.  The President’s America First energy plan will help us achieve all of these objectives. 

The seventh is environment and climate, which Gary will cover as well.

Now, just a brief look at the schedule.  In Poland, the President will meet with President Duda, the leader of a staunch NATO ally and of a nation that remains one of America’s closest friends.  He will speak to 12 Central European, Baltic, and Western Balkan leaders at the Three Seas Conference.  His remarks will focus on infrastructure development and energy security, highlighting, for instance, the first shipments of American LNG into Poland earlier this month.  He will also meet with Croatian President Grabar-Kitarović who is the co-host of the Three Seas Conference. 

Then he will give a major speech to the Polish people at Krasiński Square, epicenter of the 1944 Warsaw uprising against the brutal Nazi occupation.  He will praise Polish courage throughout history’s darkest hour, and celebrate Poland’s emergence as a European Power.  And he will call on all nations to take inspiration from the spirit of the Poles as we confront today’s challenges.  He will lay out a vision, not only for America’s future relationship with Europe, but the future of our transatlantic alliance and what that means for American security and American prosperity. 

I’ll let Gary cover the details of the G20.  I’ll just note that while in Hamburg, the President will meet with many world leaders, including Chancellor Merkel of Germany, the host of the G20, Prime Minister May of the United Kingdom, Prime Minister Abe of Japan, President Moon of South Korea, President Xi of China, President Putin of Russia, President Peña Nieto of Mexico, President Jokowi of Indonesia, and Prime Minister Lee of Singapore, among others.

With that, I’ll turn it over to Gary. 

MR.COHN:  Thank you.  Thank you, H.R. 

Let me go through the G20 quickly, because there’s a lot of overlap with what H.R. just talked about.  I won’t go through the individual meetings but I’ll touch on the major broad themes here.

The President’s primary objectives of these meetings is to work with our partners to jumpstart the world economy.  Economic growth around the world has been far too weak for far too long.  It’s important that leading economies of the G7 take steps in their own countries to strengthen economic growth, but also to work together to address economic challenges that cross all of our borders. 

Here at home, the President has embarked on a strong pro-growth agenda featuring deregulation, tax reform, and infrastructure investment.  On the trip, he will support G20 countries continuing to proactively use all the tools at their disposal -- monetary, fiscal, and structural -- to strengthen growth in their countries.  Importantly, the G20 also needs to do more to address global imbalances, especially from overcapacity in industrial sectors. 

Which brings me to trade, and I’ll repeat something H.R. said: On trade, no less than on alliances, America First does not mean America alone.  The goal of U.S. trade policy is to expand trade in a way that are free and fair.  Insisting on fair trade is the best way to ensure the long-term strength of the international trading system.  We look forward to engaging in free and fair trade with the G20 economies.  The United States stands firm against all unfair trading practices, including massive distortions in the global steel market and other non-market practices that harm U.S. workers.  We ask the G20 economies to join us in this effort and to take concrete actions to solve these problems.  But let us be clear:  We will act to ensure a level playing field for all.

On energy, the President remains committed to working with world leaders and private sectors on sound environmental policies and on innovative technologies.  We have been mindful of the fact that, while renewables have a role to play, we cannot achieve the growth or anti-poverty agenda we want without strong contributions from clean fossil fuel technologies which, in the United States, is a global leader. 

On climate, the President looks forward to discussing his decision to leave the Paris Agreement with the other G20 leaders.  He’ll make clear that he has decided to leave the agreement because it was a bad deal for the United States, but that he is open to reengaging in the agreement or a new agreement if it makes sense for the American people. 

Another focus of the G20 will be famine and other global crises.  We are focused on the crisis in South Sudan, Nigeria, Yemen, and Somalia, and recently announced that the United States would provide more than $329 million in additional humanitarian assistance in this crisis -- bringing the total U.S. humanitarian assistance here to nearly $1.2 billion in fiscal year 2017.  The United States is one of the largest donors of humanitarian assistance here.  The assistance we provide represents the best of Americans' generosity and goodwill.  It will also improve our national security by helping to stabilize insecure regions while building strong relations with nations and people around the world. 

Finally, the United States is pleased that the G20 will have a focus on women’s economic empowerment.  We believe that gender equality and women’s empowerment is vital in today’s labor market.  We are advocating for more equality and equal access to the workplace, financial services, and the labor market with quality employment for women and men all throughout the world.

With that, General H.R. McMaster and myself are happy to take your questions.  

Well, that was quick.  (Laughter.)

Q    Hey, Gary.  A couple of questions for both of you.  One on Russia and one on climate.  Can you talk about the meeting with President Putin?  What are the President's objectives in that meeting?  And will he bring up Russia's interference in the 2016 election?  Either of you.

GENERAL MCMASTER:  Well, there's no specific agenda.  It's really going to be whatever the President wants to talk about.  And that's -- and he will talk with many other leaders during the conference as well.

Q    And does he want to talk about election interference?  Is that something he plans to bring up?

MR. COHN:  We don't have an agenda set up for these meetings right now.  As you know, these meetings are a week away.  We're still finalizing schedules.  So agendas for meetings have not been set up at this point.

Q    Just on climate, I want to get you on that.  Because Angela Merkel is now saying that she is not going to overlook tensions with the U.S. when it comes to the Paris Agreement.  You noted just now, and the President has noted, he wants to renegotiate this Paris climate deal.  In what concrete ways does he expect to do that, given what it took to get the deal in the first place?

MR. COHN:  Well, look the President has been very clear on climate and on Paris.  He cares very much about the climate.  He cares about the environment.  But he has to enter into a deal that's fair for the American people, the American workers.  He's done everything he's done based on job creation, economic growth in the United States.

Q    Then what will he ask for?

MR. COHN:  He's going to ask for a fair and level playing field.  We cannot be in a position where the United States is cutting and cutting emissions while other countries continue to grow until 2030.  That doesn’t seem like it's a fair and level playing field.  We want a level playing field, just like everything else.  We're looking for fairness across the board in the agreement.

Q    Can I ask you about the Russia meeting a little bit, to follow up on that?  Do you see that as a full-fledged meeting, as a bilateral, like we've been reading that the President wants?  Or is it just a pull-aside?  What's the format of the meeting?

MR. COHN:  Well, look, in the G20 meetings as a whole, the world leaders are gathered.  We will have pull-asides, we'll have bilaterals.  As I said, the schedule is being formalized right now.  We would imagine that the countries that H.R. talked about, we would be planning on bilateral meetings.  But they're during the G20 meetings.  So these are not long, long meetings.  These are bilateral pull-asides during the G20.

Q    I want to follow up.  Gary, in that sense -- because Merkel, May, Abe, Moon -- they all fall into a category where the President has had meetings with them before.  I would assume you would have a formal agenda.  Putin is different from that.  Is the Putin one going to be a separate bilateral -- 10, 20, 30 minutes -- not just something that is a chance encounter in the context of the G20?  That’s what we're trying to drive at, that it doesn’t fit into this other category.  You have to --

GENERAL MCMASTER:  Indonesia is in that.

MR. COHN:  Indonesia is in it.  Singapore is in there.  There's countries at the G20 that, yes, we have met with before, some we'll meet with tonight for the first time, and there's other that we will have a second or third meeting with, and they're the countries that are important to us because of economic relationship, military relationship, a lot of different reasons for us having meetings with them.  There will be a more formal schedule as we get closer.  But I think you should assume that most of these countries we're going to have sort of bilateral meetings set up in advance -- probably not a formal agenda of what's on the schedule, but a formal agenda of what time these meetings will happen in a bilateral situation.

Q    -- for Russia, as well?

MR. COHN:  Yes, yes.

Q    So the President has laid out to NATO countries some of the things they need to do vis-à-vis meeting their 2 percent GDP investment in defense.  Does he have a similar set of things to ask Moscow, to ask Putin -- to say, we need to see you do these trust-building measures before we can normalize relations?

GENERAL MCMASTER:  Well, our relationship with Russia is not different from any other country in terms of us communicating to them, really, what our concerns are, where we see problems in the relationship, but also opportunities.  Secretary Tillerson, obviously as he does with all countries in the world, has the lead for that and has been engaged in a broad, wide-ranging discussion about irritants, problems in the relationship, but also to explore opportunities -- where we can work together in areas of common interest.

So it won't be different from our discussions with any other country, really.

Q    Given the assaults on press freedom by the ruling party in Poland, the Law and Justice Party, is the President concerned about assaults on a free press, and former communist countries backsliding as it were?  And do you think that making this the first -- making Warsaw the first stop on the President's trip to Europe might send the wrong message, that he endorses such assaults on a free press?

GENERAL MCMASTER:  I don’t think there's a danger of that at all.  I think Poland is a clear choice for a number of reasons.  First of all, it's one of our staunchest allies.  It is a NATO ally that will meet and exceed its pledge to go over 2 percent from the Wales conference.  It is in many ways a front-line NATO nation in connection with threats on the Eastern flank.  It is a country that has partnered with us and had been a great ally during combat missions in Afghanistan and in Iraq, as well.  And so this will be -- the President will emphasize themes about the past, what Poland has gone through as a nation, what they've achieved to fight to be part of Europe.  He’ll talk about what Poland is doing now and how our relationship can be strengthened in that context.

But what he’s really going to talk about I think is also the future -- the future of America’s relationship with Poland, with Europe, the importance of transatlantic relationships generally.  In the economic context, what Gary has talked about, which is free and fair trade, access to energy.

And so there are a lot of important things for us to emphasize in connection with the future of our relationship with Poland and with Europe.

Q    Does any of that have to do with attacks on free press and free expression in Poland?

MR. COHN:  So let me just answer the question in G20 terms as well, because it’s interesting -- in the G7 as well as the G20, we go through these arduous communiqué writings.  And we as Americans have fought very vigorously to protect intellectual property rights and to protect freedom of speech in Internet.  And we’ll continue to do that.  We’ll continue to defend that.  We did it in the G7 communiqué; we’re going to do it in the G20 communiqué.

So that’s just where we stand.

You back -- the young lady.  Yeah, you.

Q    Thank you.

MR. COHN:  No, behind you.  The young lady.

Q    I wanted to ask you about this -- the comments you made about steel.  As you know, they were expecting an omnibus trade deficit report by the end of the week, and there’s also this ongoing 232 investigation by Commerce and Treasury.  That seems to tee you up perfectly for a conversation with China and Japan about trade deficits.  Do you plan on releasing that information ahead of the G20 and presenting it there?

And then, secondly, on LNG, if you could just talk about -- will the President be offering or brokering any additional deals to backstop European needs in that respect to get them independent from Russia and a reliance on Russian energy?

MR. COHN:  So I’m not sure when the Commerce Department is going to release their final report on the steel industry and what’s been going on there.  They have been working on it for quite some period of time, so it’s in draft or final drafting forms.  They will be delivering it to the White House at some point.

But the premise of that report will -- we will use that as an opportunity to talk with many of our trading partners around the world.  What’s going on in steel -- I mentioned steel in my remarks specifically, because if you look at the G7 communiqué, there has been consensus among our G7 allies that there is overcapacity and there’s dumping in steel.  So I think there’s uniformed consensus among all of our G7 allies that we do need to deal with the steel problem specifically.

On LNG, what the President is committed to do is the President is committed to have a deregulated environment here in the United States where LNG facilities can get licensed, we can license more pipeline systems so we can be in the business of exporting LNG.  It’s not the President’s job to broker LNG supply contracts.  It’s the President’s job to make sure that the U.S. authorizes facilities to be built in the United States because they need federal approval.  And then once those facilities are built, hopefully those facilities enter into long-term supply contracts around the world.  Because, uniquely, the rest of the world needs something we have, which is our huge supply of LNG.

Eamon, in the back. 

Q    Thanks, Gary.  If you could, could you give us your sense of the state of the relationship between the United States and Germany right now?  We’ve had a couple of smallish flash points recently.  We see reports that Chancellor Merkel might be preparing to press the U.S. on Paris.  We see this moment where Secretary Ross was cut off in mid-speech.  How do you see the relationship right now between the United States and Germany?

GENERAL MCMASTER:  Okay, the relationship with Germany is as strong as ever.  And, of course, there are going to be differences in relations with any country, and we’ll talk frankly about those differences.  The President enjoys those conversations.

But what we should remember about a relationship with Germany and other allies is that we agree on 95 -- at least -- percent of the key issues, and we’re cooperating every day on those issues.  That cooperation, I think, is stronger than ever, and really our common concerns in security in economic development -- in our relationships economically.

So I think that -- to answer your question, the relationship is as strong as ever.

Q    Do you see that as a snub of Secretary Ross?

Q    Yes.  In terms of --

MR. COHN:  We’ll get you next.

GENERAL MCMASTER:  We’ll get you next.  Go ahead, sir.

MR. COHN:  Go ahead.

Q    So in terms of the North Korean question, what more do you think that the President and this administration can do to pressure China?  It seems like you have come to the point where you’re realizing that China is not going to do more without more coercion, so what more can you do on that front? 

And then a second question, with regards to Russia:  Do you feel like the President is taking seriously the question of Russian meddling in the 2016 election?  And do you think -- and what has he done to actually address that issue, which a number of senior U.S. officials have raised as a threat on U.S. democracy?

GENERAL MCMASTER:  So, first of all, on North Korea and China’s relationship with us and with others and working on the North Korea problem -- there are really three key things that came out of the Mar-a-Lago summit that I think are critical for us to build on.

It shouldn’t really be about pressuring China, it should be about working with China in our common interests.  The first big thing that came out of Mar-a-Lago was a recognition that a nuclear-armed North Korea with long-range missile capabilities is a threat not only to the United States, not only to South Korea and Japan, but also to China.  And there was clear acknowledgement by both parties, the United States and in China on that. 

The second is a recognition that while China’s political influence with the regime might be limited, that they have tremendous coercive power in connection with the economic relationship and the trade relationships with North Korea.  So China acknowledged that there is a lot that they can do in connection with convincing the North Korean regime that it’s in their interest to denuclearize. 

And the third is critical -- is that we agreed on a joint objective of denuclearization of the Peninsula.  That’s a solid basis to work together on.  There’s a lot more to be done, however.  The President has told all of us -- he has said that he will not tolerate a North Korean regime that can target the United States, that can reach the United States with a nuclear weapon.  He just won’t tolerate it. 

So what we have is a commitment to deliver to him a broad range of options and to do our best to work with everyone, including China, on this.  So it’s not a question of pressuring China.  It’s a question of working with China to do more about this problem so it doesn’t get to everybody wants to avoid.

Q    Are we doing enough?

GENERAL MCMASTER:  Well, I mean, none of us are doing enough.  I don’t think China is doing enough now because the problem is not resolved.  So the question is, how much more must we do together to address this, short of a military solution.  So that’s the kind of discussions that we’ll continue to have with Chinese leadership as we work together with them -- not pressuring them -- but working with them.

On the second point on Russia.  The President has asked us to work together across all departments and agencies to do, really, three things:  to confront Russia’s destabilizing behavior -- whether it’s cyber threats, whether it’s political subversion here in Europe and elsewhere -- in the Balkans now.  So confront Russia’s destabilizing behavior and to come up with a strategy to do that.

The second is to deter Russia, right?  Because the worse thing -- nobody wants a major power war, right?  And so what is it that we have to put in place to be able to deter conflict.

And then the third thing is to foster areas of cooperation.  What are the areas that we can identify in which we can work together with Russia, which is clearly in both of our interests?  And there are a lot of problems in the world that fall into that category.  North Korea, for example, is one of them; the fight against transnational terrorist organizations is another.  So the need to deescalate the Syrian civil war, to defeat ISIS there, and to end that humanitarian catastrophe. 

And so these are areas of discussion, again being led extremely well by Secretary of State Tillerson, and that will continue to be the focus of our Russia policy and strategy. 

Q    Okay, thank you, sir.  You mentioned that the President will be speaking with the President of Poland.  Will he also meet with other leaders of Polish political scene?  And this speech in Warsaw is really highly anticipated.  So what is the main message the President wants to deliver to the people of Poland?

GENERAL MCMASTER:  Yeah, the main message is that America is with you, America understands that its interests align with the interests of the Polish people, and we are determined to do our best to work together on our common priorities and our common interests. 

Across the three areas -- the three main themes that I mentioned at the beginning -- which is, first, to protect our security -- this is Polish security, American security, our common security; to promote prosperity in terms of economic growth and development, and economic growth and development in a way that protects the environment, that advances our interests in the economic energy realm.  And the third is to provide American leadership -- American leadership to help connect Poland broadly, to keep Poland connected to what they fought for for so long, which is to be part of Europe.  And for American leadership to be associated with the Polish-American relationship, the American-European relationship, and transatlantic relations generally. 

MR. COHN:  And, yes, he’s speaking to other Polish leaders.  I’ve got to run to Energy Week.  I’m on a panel at 2:00.  I can take one last question.

Right there.

Q    Thank you, Mr. Cohn. 

MR. COHN:  You're welcome, sir.

Q    Very quickly, is the IMF going to come up at all when the meeting is held?  During the IMF World Bank meeting earlier this year there was considerable discussion that there’s been nothing said from the administration about the IMF and whether the U.S. would continue the same policy which directly connects us to the bailout in Greece.

MR. COHN:  Look, I don’t think the IMF directly will come up during the G20.  The IMF will be there.  They’re one of the participants at the G20.  That said, I’m having discussions with IMF leadership, and we’ve got very amicable discussions with IMF going on. 

Q    Madam Lagarde?

MR. COHN:  Yes.  Okay, thank you, everyone.

GENERAL MCMASTER:  Thanks, everybody.
 
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1:48 P.M. EDT


Full Speech: Donald Trump Speech at Polish American Congress in Chicago, Illinois (9/28/2016)


SEPTEMBER 28, 2016

Presidential Candidate Donald Trump Remarks to the Polish American Congress Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump spoke to a meeting of the Polish American Congress at the office of the Polish National Alliance in Chicago, Illinois. Mr. Trump spoke about the need for a strong NATO and a missile defense system for the Republic of Poland, as well as Poland’s inclusion into the U.S. Visa Waiver Program. He was introduced by former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani.

   
Unidentified Speaker
Donald Trump, Republican Presidential Candidate, Delivers Remarks To The Polish American Congress Subject: Campaign 2016 Participants: Donald Trump, Republican Presidential Candidate Time: 12:00 am EDT, Date: Wednesday, September 28th, 2016  
   
Donald J. Trump
All right.

   
Donald J. Trump
Thank you, everybody, very much. A great honor. Please sit down. Thank you.

   
Donald J. Trump
So we have a very interesting race. We've had some amazing days. I loved the debate. I love the process. Something very beautiful about this process. The American way, but it's a lot of different ways. But there's nothing like what we're going through. It's very exciting. And to have so many Polish Americans on my side. Been friends of mine for many years.

Donald J. Trump
I've had so many friends, they've been so loyal to me, from Poland. Some living in Poland now, but mostly from Poland. And the Polish people are great people. These are great people. And if I get elected, believe me, we take care of all of our people, all of our people.  
   
Donald J. Trump
But we do have a very, very special place because Polish Americans, what you've done for this country is really incredible. And I don't think, frankly, that people know the great sacrifices that you've gone through. And Frank and the whole group have done an incredible job.  
   
Donald J. Trump
Even just coming to this building and seeing how well organized everything is, how beautiful it is, how clean, how you open it up to the community, Frank. It's amazing. So I just want to congratulate you, and I want to thank you. Thank you.  
   
Donald J. Trump
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Donald J. Trump
I just met many of your leaders and representatives, and your press. And I thought I'd say a few words. I wrote down a few words about Poland and my thoughts on Poland, and also on what's happening with respect to the Poland Americans, and I think it'll take a second. And I'll read it off a little bit to you, because it's very important. To me, it's very important. It's an unbelievably important community.  
   
Donald J. Trump
So I'm honored to be here with the Polish American Congress. And I pledge to you a Trump Administration will be a true friend to Poland and to all Polish Americans. And I have to tell you...  
   
Donald J. Trump
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Donald J. Trump
... and I don't think you people will be insulted to say -- and if I say, will be a friend to everybody. We're going to be friendly to everybody.

Donald J. Trump
You know, you heard about the deplorables, right? This is going to be one of those devo (ph), but we're going to be a friend to everybody. And if they don't like me, they will end up liking me, all right? I'll be a friend even when they don't like me, but they will end up liking me when we produce -- because we have politicians that don't produce. It's very simple.  
   
Donald J. Trump
And Poland has been such an incredible friend to America. And since our founding, if you look, it's been one of our great, great relationships, and so important. A strong ally for freedom.  
   
Donald J. Trump
During the Cold War, Poland kept the flame of freedom under Communist oppression. It was really -- it was a beacon. And Poland provided 28,000 troops in total over the years to assist the United States in Afghanistan. That's a lot of troops, 28,000 troops for Afghanistan and Iraq, in the hardest-fought regions. And trip (ph) -- plenty of suffering, plenty of suffering.  
   
Donald J. Trump
One of the things I wanted to do is mention your very brilliant head of the Chamber of Commerce, Anna, who is the -- stand up, Anna. Is very important...

   
Donald J. Trump
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Donald J. Trump
... who is going to Poland tomorrow, but she said, "Mr. Trump, would it be possible for you to say something about small business? And in particular, because people want to come in, they want to open small business." I said, "Well, the most important thing we can do is taxes, but really maybe even more important than taxes are regulations."  
   
Donald J. Trump
Because the regulations in our country have become so horrible, so cumbersome, so bureaucratic, that it's really becoming almost impossible to open a small business, whether we're dealing Polish Americans or whether we're dealing with any Americans. It's a horror show. And also whether we're dealing with small business or big business, even to expand business is almost -- it's very hard. It's almost impossible in many cases.  
   
Donald J. Trump
So we're going to make sure that when people come into the country, or when people are already in the country, they're going to be able to open their business. And also we're cutting taxes massively.  
   
Donald J. Trump
The thing that amazes me is that, if you would have told me this, I wouldn't have thought -- you know, we're cutting business tax tremendously for small business, and for all business because we want jobs. We're going to have a job growth like we've never seen. I'm very good for jobs. In fact, I will be the greatest president for jobs that God ever created, I can tell you.  
   
Donald J. Trump
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Donald J. Trump
I'm very strong on jobs, and the economy. I built a great -- I built a great, great company, and some of the most incredible assets, real estate assets, anywhere in the world. And some other assets, but -- and I understand putting people to work.  
   
Donald J. Trump
And if you would have told me this would have happened, I think the mayor of New York, Rudy, who has been so incredible as a supporter. We've had such great support, but Rudy's been really out there. He was a great mayor. I think Rudy would understand this very well. Some of the people in the audience would.  
   
Donald J. Trump
So, we're doing this massive tax cut, and yet, in my opinion, almost 100 percent of the time, people that want businesses and want to expand businesses or start new businesses are much more excited about the regulations being cut, because the regulations are making it absolutely imposs (ph) -- but the taxes are terrible, because they're so high. They're no onerous that they really make it very difficult.  
   
Donald J. Trump
But I think that people are more excited about the massive cutting of regulations that we're going to do. And you need some regulation, for safety, for environment, you need some regulation. But we're going to be cutting tremendous amounts of red tape and regulation.  
   
Donald J. Trump
And I would never have thought that they were more impressed with that, that they consider that to be more important than the cutting of taxes, because in one case, you know the kind of money we're talking about. In the other case, you know, it's a little amorphous. You don't know. But they're very excited.  
   
Donald J. Trump
So, Anna, we will take care of that situation. And I think you and all of the people that you're representing would be very happy, OK?

   
Donald J. Trump
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Donald J. Trump
Now, as president, I will honor Poland's sacrifices for freedom. We're committed to a strong Poland, very committed, totally committed, and a strong Eastern Europe, as a bulwark for security and liberty.  
   
Donald J. Trump
Campaigning for his wife, Bill Clinton attacked Poland, saying, "Democracy is too much trouble," which was an interesting statement, wasn't it? Democracy is too much trouble. And -- for Poland, apparently, because he -- he disagreed with Poland's opposition to bringing in refugees. And yet his wife wants to bring in refuges from Syria at a rate of 550 percent more than Obama, who's bringing them in the by thousands and thousands and thousands.  
   
Donald J. Trump
So the -- Bill Clinton made that statement. And he talked about -- for Poland. And all of the time, I'm talking about, we can't allow people to come into this country from other parts of the world that we don't know who they are, where they come from, what their intentions are, and all you have to do is take a look at what happened, whether it's in New York or whether it's in San Bernardino or whether it's in Orlando or, frankly, you can go outside of the country very nicely, also. Paris and Nice, and all of the different places. Germany, look what's happening in Germany. It's a disaster. And yet Bill Clinton will make a horrible statement or like that, concerning Poland.  
   
Donald J. Trump
So Poland is one of the only five NATO nations, countries, that's actually paying 2 percent of GDP to provide for their defense, which is very interesting, because I -- I've been talking about it. You know, so many of them are delinquent. They're in default, essentially, but they're delinquent. Poland is up to date. And what happened, as soon as I walked in, the whole group said, "We're up to date, we're up to date." They were very proud of it. That's the Polish people.  
   
Donald J. Trump
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Donald J. Trump
That's it. They want to be proud.

   
Donald J. Trump
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Donald J. Trump
So we want NATO to be strong, which means we want more countries to follow the example of Poland. If every country in NATO made the same contributions as Poland, all of our allies would be more secure. And people would feel better, even better, about NATO. NATO is very important, but they'd feel better about it.  
   
Donald J. Trump
We'll work with Poland on strengthening NATO when I am President. We will strengthen NATO, and we're going to bring NATO and get NATO involved with terrorism. As you remember, six or seven months ago when I was asked by a reporter about, what do I think about NATO, I said it's obsolete because it doesn't cover terror. And there was a big scream. "Oh, Trump is saying it's obsolete." Then about three days later, they're saying, "You know, he's right. It's obsolete. It doesn't cover terror. This is a new threat."  
   
Donald J. Trump
And then a few months after that, on the front page of the Wall Street Journal, and this was probably four or five months ago, they announced they're starting a new terrorism division, which will be run by a very good person, actually. And they didn't give me a lot of credit for that, but they did put my name in the article, and they did say that, you know, I brought it up. But I do believe if I didn't bring it up, and bring it up very strongly and loudly, they would not have started it. But I think it's a great thing that they did.  
   
Donald J. Trump
The contributions of the Polish people to America have enriched every aspect of our lives, and will be honored if I am in the White House. The Polish people will be honored. Remember that. They deserve it.  
   
Donald J. Trump
(APPLAUSE)

   
Donald J. Trump
So, I'm asking for your vote. I never thought I'd be saying that. I've been a businessman. Can you believe? Been watching these guys all their lives. I'm asking, do you know the (ph) differences, and they do nothing for you. They -- you know, we're going to make things good. We're going to make America great again.  
   
Donald J. Trump
But I'm asking for your vote. And I'm asking for, very importantly, your friendship and your partnership. We're going to work together, and we're going to start now. We're going to have a victory in November. It's going to be a tremendous victory. And we're going to have a Trump administration that's going to get things done, that's going to lower taxes.  
   
Donald J. Trump
Hillary Clinton, who I happen to believe is grossly incompetent, by the way. I just feel like she's grossly incompetent.

   
Donald J. Trump
(APPLAUSE)

   
Donald J. Trump
But Hillary Clinton is going to increase taxes. And -- well, she didn't pass her bar exam in Washington, DC, and a lot of people don't know that. But I happen to believe that she'll be very, very bad for our country. I think it would be worse than four more years of Obama. I think it would actually be worse.  
   
Donald J. Trump
And it won't be great for the people that you're representing, but most importantly, it won't be great for the people of our country, because we have a chance to really make America great again. We have a chance to, I think, make America greater than ever before. And whether it's tax, whether it's trade, whether it's regulation, there's so many different things that we're going to do, but we're going to spur growth and we're going to spur growth in the right direction, not in the wrong direction.  
   
Donald J. Trump
So, I just want to thank all of the folks that I met today, and all of your leadership. And I will tell you, I will never let you down. It will be an amazing thing that's going to happen on November 8th.  
   
Donald J. Trump
You know, when I was right in the middle of Brexit, because I was in Europe, and I have a lot of property in Europe. I own a lot of great property in Europe. And they asked me the question. They said, "Mr. Trump, what do you think of Brexit? Will it pass?" And everybody, virtually, was saying it won't. Obama said no way. In fact, he went over and campaigned against it, as you know. That is probably the reason it passed, because...  
   
Donald J. Trump
(LAUGHTER)

Donald J. Trump
... I actually think it -- I actually think because when I heard that wise (ph), I told two of the newspapers over there, I said, "Is he really over here?" He said, "No. He's campaigning very much in favor of, you know, keeping it the old way." The way it was, right, which was a disaster. I said, "Well, if he's campaigning, I'm going the opposite way of him." So I said that Brexit will happen, and what happened.  
   
Donald J. Trump
Anyway, that was two days before, and everybody printed out, "Trump is totally saying that, you know, Brexit is -- is not -- in -- that it's going to happen." And it was amazing. It was amazing what happened. So, when the U.K. brilliantly decided to get out, they totally forgot what I said. They totally forgot. And, as you know, the person most in charge that really -- this was his -- he formulated this whole idea along with some other great people. But he came out and made a speech for me a month ago. It was incredible.  
   
Donald J. Trump
And now they're calling me Mr. Brexit. Because in a way we're very similar to what happened over there. We want our independence back. We want our freedom back. We don't want to take people into our country that we don't want. We don't want to take people into our country that possibly have very bad intentions. We don't want to take our --- our la (ph) -- I mean, we have so many problems. We owe almost $20 trillion. It's doubled under President Obama's term. Twenty trillion dollars.  
   
Donald J. Trump
So over 200 years, we developed debt. In seven and a half years, by the time he gets out of office, it will more than have doubled. And what have we gotten for it? Nothing. We have roads that are collapsing, we have highways and bridges and tunnels that are in a horrible state of repair. We have hospitals and schools that are disastrous. And our airports are third world.  
   
Donald J. Trump
You go to Dubai and Qatar, and you go to China and different places, you see airports that are the most incredible things that you've ever seen. You come into LaGuardia in New York, you come into Kennedy, you come into LAX, you come into Newark Airport, these are like third world airports with third world equipment. And this is the United States. Well, it's going to end.  
   
Donald J. Trump
We spend $6 trillion, $6 trillion through gross incompetence. We spent $6 trillion in the Middle East, and think of it. Six trillion. We could have rebuilt our country twice. We built things over there that we don't build for our own country, and then it's bombed and destroyed. So we're going to run things differently. We're going to be tough.  
   
Donald J. Trump
We have a very depleted military. We have to build up our military again. We'll have to build up our military, but it's going to be something, I think, that's going to be very beautiful and very good, and it's going to be great for all people, including my really great Polish American friends.  
   
Donald J. Trump
So I just want to leave it by saying I'm with you. I agree with you. There was a room full of incredible representatives, and as they were talking I'm saying, "You don't have to sell me." Everything you're talking about. I mean, what's not to agree with?  
   
Donald J. Trump
And the great thing about everything that took place in that meeting that we just had is that you love this country. You love our country. You want what's good for our country. And, so we're all on the same ....  

   
Donald J. Trump
We're all in the same bag.

   
Donald J. Trump
(APPLAUSE)

   
Donald J. Trump
So, I just want to thank you. I want to thank your leadership. I want to thank everybody in this room. I hope that I get every single Polish American vote in this country. And if anybody's on vacation, come back immediately.  
   
Donald J. Trump
(APPLAUSE)

   
Donald J. Trump
One thing about the Polish people, when they go on vacation, they usually go to Poland, right?

   
Donald J. Trump
(LAUGHTER)

   
Donald J. Trump
It's true. I know. They go to Poland. They don't go elsewhere. So get them back.

   
Donald J. Trump
But it's really been a great honor. And thank you all very much. Thank you. Thank you very much. I appreciate it.

   
Donald J. Trump
(APPLAUSE)

   
Donald J. Trump
END

bayern ist kein deutschland



THE GERMAN KULTUR IN POLAND 

The Nazi Kultur in Poland by several authors of necessity temporarily anonymous

Written in Warsaw under the German Occupation and published for the POLISH MINISTRY OF INFORMATION by
HIS MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE
LONDON 1945
THE GERMAN KULTUR IN POLAND The Nazi Kultur in Poland
THE GERMAN KULTUR IN POLAND
The Nazi Kultur in Poland

CONTENTS 
FOREWORD by John Masefield, O. M.  - VI 
A NOTE FROM THE AUTHORS IN WARSAW - Vlll 
A NOTE FROM THE EDITORS IN LONDON - X 
I SPOTLIGHTS - 1 
II THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH – 7 
III THE PROTESTANT CHURCHES – 27 
IV ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS - 32 
V UNIVERSITIES AND RESEARCH - 51 
VI LIBRARIES 76 
VII ARCHIVES - 89 
VIII MUSEUMS AND COLLECTIONS - 93 
IX BUILDINGS AND MONUMENTS - 113 
X WARSAW CASTLE - 124 
XI  BOOKSHOPS  AND  PUBLISHING - 128 
XII READING - 142 
XIII THE PRESS - 146 
XIV BROADCASTING - 176 
XV "CULTURAL  POLICY" - 183 
XVI THE THEATRE - 188 
XVII MUSIC - 198 
VIII LITERATURE - 206 
XIX ART - 210 
XX THE FILM - 213 
XXI THE BACKGROUND - 215

The Declaration of war by France and the United Kingdom was given on 3 September 1939, after 
German forces invaded Poland. Despite the speech being the official announcement of both France and the United Kingdom, the speech was given by the British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, in Westminster, London.


British and French Declaration of War


I am speaking to you from the Cabinet Room at 10, Downing Street.

This morning the British Ambassador in Berlin Nevile Henderson handed the German Government a final note stating that unless we heard from them by 11 o'clock, that they were prepared at once to withdraw their troops from Poland, that a state of war would exist between us.

I have to tell you now that no such undertaking has been received, and that consequently this country is at war with Germany.

You can imagine what a bitter blow it is to me that all my long struggle to win peace has failed. Yet I cannot believe that there is anything more or anything different that I could have done and that would have been more successful.

Up to the very last it would have been quite possible to have arranged a peaceful and honourable settlement between Germany and Poland, but Hitler would not have it.

He had evidently made up his mind to attack Poland whatever happened; and although he now says he put forward reasonable proposals which were rejected by the Poles, that is not a true statement.

The proposals were never shown to the Poles nor to us; and though they were announced in a German broadcast on Thursday night, Hitler did not wait to hear comments on them, but ordered his troops to cross the Polish frontier the next morning.

His action shows convincingly that there is no chance of expecting that this man will ever give up his practice of using force to gain his will. He can only be stopped by force, and we and France are today, in fulfilment of our obligations, going to the aid of Poland, who is so bravely resisting this wicked and unprovoked attack upon her people. We have a clear conscience. We have done all that any country could do to establish peace. The situation in which no word given by Germany’s ruler could be trusted and no people or country could feel itself safe has become intolerable.

And now that we have resolved to finish it, I know that you will all play your part with calmness and courage.

At such a moment as this the assurances of support that we have received from the Empire are a source of profound encouragement to us.

When I have finished speaking certain detailed announcements will be made on behalf of the Government. Give these your closest attention.

The Government have made plans under which it will be possible to carry on the work of the nation in the days of stress and strain that may be ahead. But these plans need your help.

You may be taking part in the fighting Services or as a volunteer in one of the branches of civil defence. If so you will report for duty in accordance with the instructions you have received.

You may be engaged in work essential to the prosecution of war for the maintenance of the life of the people – in factories, in transport, in public utility concerns or in the supply of other necessaries of life. If so, it is of vital importance that you should carry on with your jobs.

Now may God bless you all. May He defend the right. It is the evil things that we shall be fighting against – brute force, bad faith, injustice, oppression and persecution – and against them I am certain that the right will prevail.

George VI - King's Speech, September 3, 1939

This is the King's Speech which George VI broadcast to his people in Britain, and throughout the Empire, immediately after Britain's Declaration of War against Germany on September 3, 1939.

The following is the text of that speech, which the King delivered standing up (even though his official portrait depicts him sitting down):

In this grave hour, perhaps the most fateful in our history, I send to every household of my peoples, both at home and overseas, this message, spoken with the same depth of feeling for each one of you as if I were able to cross your threshold and speak to you myself.

For the second time in the lives of most of us, we are at war.

Over and over again, we have tried to find a peaceful way out of the differences between ourselves and those who are now our enemies; but it has been in vain.

We have been forced into a conflict, for we are called, with our allies, to meet the challenge of a principle which, if it were to prevail, would be fatal to any civilized order in the world.

It is a principle which permits a state, in the selfish pursuit of power, to disregard its treaties and its solemn pledges, which sanctions the use of force or threat of force against the sovereignty and independence of other states.

Such a principle, stripped of all disguise, is surely the mere primitive doctrine that might is right, and if this principle were established through the world, the freedom of our own country and of the whole British Commonwealth of nations would be in danger.

But far more than this, the peoples of the world would be kept in bondage of fear, and all hopes of settled peace and of the security, of justice and liberty, among nations, would be ended.

This is the ultimate issue which confronts us.  For the sake of all that we ourselves hold dear, and of the world order and peace, it is unthinkable that we should refuse to meet the challenge.

It is to this high purpose that I now call my people at home, and my peoples across the seas, who will make our cause their own.

I ask them to stand calm and firm and united in this time of trial.

The task will be hard.  There may be dark days ahead, and war can no longer be confined to the battlefield, but we can only do the right as we see the right, and reverently commit our cause to God.  If one and all we keep resolutely faithful to it, ready for whatever service or sacrifice it may demand, then with God's help, we shall prevail.


May He bless and keep us all. 

(The King's Speech of September 3, 1939, quoted in its entirety by Larry Gray in Fathers, Brothers and Sons, pages 127-128.)

Soon after the King delivered this speech, other Dominion governments also declared war against Germany. 

The impact of the war upon the King, George VI, was incalculable.  He died, at the age of 56, in February of 1952.  He was succeeded by his daughter, Britain''s current Queen Elizabeth II.



Św. Jan Chrzciciel, patron Wrocławia, 24 czerwca wysyła promień zachodzącego słońca na Łąkę Sulistrowicką Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat
Św. Jan Chrzciciel, patron Wrocławia, 24 czerwca wysyła promień zachodzącego słońca na Łąkę Sulistrowicką.
Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat


oland Polska Silesia Śląsk Sleza Ślęża, Polish Silesian Slezan flag animation

Poland Polska Silesia Śląsk Sleza Ślęża, Polish Silesian Slezan flag animation

Slezan Virgin with Fish, Panna s Rybou, Jungfrau mit dem Fisch, almost breastless in spite of being of mature shape, carrying a huge fish, which definitely is a primordial symbol of fertility (and purity). The medical assessment of developmental stage was obvious to dr Burghart in 1736 and is the same now: a model has reached her childbearing maturity but her almost not existent mammary glands (exagerated by a sculptor lack of breasts in a woman purposely presented while naked from the the waist up, see dr Burghart's professional opinion) prove that she hadn't conceived yet. Thus the big size statue can hardly be included to a vast collection of small European Venuses celebrating their fertility with sagging breasts and abdominal skin. Certainly, no other reason than virginity cult, equivalent to the virginity until marriage religious rule of nowadays, could postpone impregnating postpubertal females ca 2,000 years ago.


Klony stoją pod blokiem na Kozanowie we Wrocławiu.
Klony stoją pod blokiem na Kozanowie we Wrocławiu.  Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat

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The Poles are married to Freedom forever - Polacy pośłubieni Wolności na zawsze - Поляки в браке к свободе навсегда - Die Polen sind zur Freiheit für immer verheiratet A huge (1.5 m, 5 feet diameter), made of black steel, Wedding Ring of Polish National Hero Cavalry Captain Witold Pilecki  in Wroclaw's Freedom Square Ogromna (o półtorametrowej średnicy, wykonana z czarnej stali Obrączka ślubna polskiego bohatera narodowego rotmistrza Witolda Pileckiegowe Wrocławiu na Placu Wolności.
The Poles are married to Freedom forever - Polacy pośłubieni Wolności na zawsze - Поляки в браке к свободе навсегда - Die Polen sind zur Freiheit für immer verheiratet A huge (1.5 m, 5 feet diameter), made of black steel, Wedding Ring of Polish National Hero Cavalry Captain Witold Pilecki  in Wroclaw's Freedom Square Ogromna (o półtorametrowej średnicy, wykonana z czarnej stali Obrączka ślubna polskiego bohatera narodowego rotmistrza Witolda Pileckiegowe Wrocławiu na Placu Wolności. Огромное (1,5 м в диаметре), изготовлено из черной стали, обручальное кольцо польского национального героя ротмистра Витольда Пилецкого во Вроцлаве площадь Свободы Ein groß (1,5 m Durchmesser), gemacht auf schwarzen Stahl Hochzeits-Ring des polnischen Nationalheld Rittmeister Witold Pilecki in Wroclaw auf dem Freiheitsplatz. . Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat
Огромное (1,5 м в диаметре), изготовлено из черной стали, обручальное кольцо польского национального героя ротмистра Витольда Пилецкого во Вроцлаве площадь Свободы Ein groß (1,5 m Durchmesser), gemacht auf schwarzen Stahl Hochzeits-Ring des polnischen Nationalheld Rittmeister Witold Pilecki in Wroclaw auf dem Freiheitsplatz. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat

The wedding ring is a symbol of fidelity, oath and strength of faith in one's own ideals, a sign of the toughest test (Jerzy Kalina, ingenious sculptor)
Obrączka jest symbolem wierności, przysięgi i siły wiary we własne ideały, znakiem najwyższej próby (Jerzy Kalina. genialny rzeźbiarz)
The wedding ring is a symbol of fidelity, oath and strength of faith in one's own ideals, a sign of the toughest test (Jerzy Kalina, ingenious sculptor) Кольцо является символом верности, клятвы и силы веры в своих собственных идеалов, знаком самой жесткой  проверки (Ежи Калина, гениальный скульптор). Der Ehering ist ein Symbol der Treue, Eid und Kraft des Glaubens in der eigenen Ideale und das Zeichen der härtesten Prüfung (Jerzy Kalina, geniale Bildhauer). Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat
Кольцо является символом верности, клятвы и силы веры в своих собственных идеалов, знаком самой жесткой  проверки (Ежи Калина, гениальный скульптор). Der Ehering ist ein Symbol der Treue, Eid und Kraft des Glaubens in der eigenen Ideale und das Zeichen der härtesten Prüfung (Jerzy Kalina, geniale Bildhauer). Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat

Rotmistrz
Witold Pilecki
(1901 - 1948)
Cavalry Captain
Witold Pilecki
(1901 - 1948)
ротмистр
Витольд Пилецкий
(1901 - 1948)
Rittmeister
Witold Pilecki
(1901 - 1948)
Napis głosi The insciption reads Написано Die Platte lautet
Jeden z najodważniejszych ludzi świata, oficer Wojska Polskiego i obywatel ziemski, uczestnik wojny polsko-bolszewickiej 1920r.  oraz wojny 1939r., współzałożyciel Tajnej Armii Polskiej, oficer Związku Walki Zbrojnej / Armii Krajowej.
W 1940r. przygotował i wykonał plan przedostania siędo niemieckiego obozu koncentracyhjnego KL Auschwitz. Dobrowolny więzień i organizator obozowej konspiracji, autor przekazywanych na Zachód pierwszych relacji o masowej zagładzie więźniów Auschwitz i o holokauście.
Po ucieczce z obozu w 1943r. Służył w organizacji “NIE” (NIEPODLEGŁOŚĆ), uczestnik Powstania Warszawskiego, żołnierz Korpusu Polskiego we Włoszech.
Jesienią 1945r. Powrócił do Krajum by dokumentować sowiecką okupację Polski.
W 1947r. Aresztowany, skazany na karę śmierci przez władze komunistyczne.
Został stracony 25 V 1948r. W Warszawie i pochowany w nieznanym miejscu,
W 2006r. Pośmiertnie odznaczony Orderem Orła Białego.
Wierny Polsce i idei wolności oddał życie w walce z dwoma totalitaryzmami XX wieku.
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Wewnątrz pomnika-obrączki widnieje fragment listu rotm. Pileckiego: "BO CHOĆBY MI PRZYSZŁO  POSTRADAĆ ME ŻYCIE - TAK  WOLĘ - NIŻ ŻYĆ, A MIEĆ W SERCU RANĘ"
List wysłany z więzienia w 1947r. adresatem był  Józef Różański  znany także jako Josek Goldberg, jeden z najbardziej okrutnych i najbardziej bestalskich masowych morderców reżimu stalinowskiego.
He was one of the bravest men of this world, an officer of the Polish Army, a member of the landed gentry, a participant in the Polish-Soviet war in 1920 and the Second World War in 1939, the co-founderof the Tajna Armia Polska (Secret Polish Army). In 1940 he arrangedad executed a plan to infiltratethe German concentration camp Auschwitz. He was a deliberate prisoner, the organiser of resistance conspiracy in the campand the author of the first messages sent to the West about the genocide of prisoners and the holocaust.
After his escape from the campin 1943, he served in the “NIE” (“NO”, “INDEPENDENCE”) organization. participated in the Warsaw Uprising and was a soldier in the Polish II Corpsin Italy. In autumn of 1945 he returned to his country in order to document the Soviet occupation of Poland. In 1947 he was arrested by the communist authorities and sentenced to death. He was executed on the 25th of May 1948 and buried at an unknown location. In 2006 he was posthumously bestowed the Order of the White Eagle. Loyal to Poland and the idea of freedom, he gave his life battling two totalitarian regimes of the 20th century.
Inscribed on the wedding band, is a fragment of a letter by capt. Pilecki: "FOR EVEN IF I  WERE TO LOSE MY LIFE, I PREFER IT TO LIVING WITH A WOUNDED HEART"
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Letter sent from prison in 1947. The addressee of the letter was Joseph Rozanski also known as Yozek Goldberg,  one of the most brutal and bestial mass murderers of the Stalin regime.
Он был одним из самых храбрых мужчин этого мира , офицер польской армии , члена поместного дворянства , и участника советско-польской войны в 1920 году и второй мировой войны в 1939 году , со- founderof Секретной Армии Польша ( Польский секретная армия ) . В 1940 году он выполнил план arrangedad этот infiltratethe немецкий концлагерь Освенцим . Он был преднамеренным заключенный , организатор сопротивления заговора в campand автор первых сообщений, отправляемых на Западе о геноциде заключенных и Холокоста.
После побега из Campin в 1943 году , он служил в "NO" ( "НЕТ" , "независимость" ) организации. Участвовал в Варшавском восстании и был солдатом в Польский II Corpsin Италии. Осенью 1945 г. он вернулся , что его страна для того, чтобы документировать советской оккупации Польши. В 1947 году он был арестован коммунистическими властями и приговорен к смертной казни . Он был казнен 25 мая 1948 года и похоронен в неизвестном месте . В 2006 году он был посмертно удостоен орденом Белого Орла . Верные Польше и идеи свободы , он отдал свою жизнь боролся два тоталитарных режимов 20-го века .
Включен в обручальное кольцо , является фрагментом письме Кап . Пилецкий : «ЗА ДАЖЕ ЕСЛИ БЫ Я ПОТЕРЯТЬ МОЕЙ ЖИЗНИ, Я ПРЕДПОЧИТАЮ, ЧТОБЫ ЭТО ЖИВУ С РАНЕНОЕ СЕРДЦЕ"
(Google translated)
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Письмо отправлено из тюрьмы в 1947 году., адресатом письма был Йосеф Розанский также известный, как Йосек Голдберг, один из самых жестоких и самых зверских  массовых убийц сталинского режима.
Er war einer der mutigsten Männer dieser Welt, ein Offizier der polnischen Armee , ein Mitglied des Landadels und Teilnehmer an der polnisch-sowjetischen Krieg 1920 und dem Zweiten Weltkrieg im Jahr 1939 , der Co- founderof der Secret Army Polen (Polnisch Secret Army ) . Im Jahr 1940 führte er einen Plan arrangedad dieses infiltratethe deutschen Konzentrationslager Auschwitz . Er war eine bewusste Gefangener , der Organisator des Widerstands Verschwörung in der campand der Autor von den ersten Nachrichten in den Westen geschickt über den Völkermord von Gefangenen und den Holocaust.
Nach seiner Flucht aus dem campin 1943 diente er in der "NO " ("NEIN" , "Unabhängigkeit" ) Organisation. im Warschauer Aufstand teil und war ein Soldat in der polnischen II Corpsin Italien . Im Herbst 1945 kehrte er , dass sein Land in Ordnung, die die sowjetische Besetzung Polens zu dokumentieren. Im Jahr 1947 wurde er von den kommunistischen Behörden verhaftet und zum Tode verurteilt. Er wurde am 25. Mai 1948 durchgeführt und an einem unbekannten Ort begraben. 2006 wurde er posthum verliehen dem Orden des Weißen Adlers . Loyal zu Polen und der Idee der Freiheit , gab er sein Leben kämpfenden beiden totalitären Regime des 20. Jahrhunderts.
Auf der Hochzeitsband eingeschrieben , ist ein Fragment eines Briefes an capt . Pilecki : "DENN AUCH , WENN ICH MEIN LEBEN VERLIERE , ZIEHE ICH ES LEBEN MIT EINER VERWUNDETES HERZ  "
(Google translated)
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Brief aus dem Gefängnis im Jahr 1947 gesendet. Der Adressat des Briefes war Joseph Rozanski auch als Yozek Goldberg bekannt , einer der brutalsten und bestialischen Massenmörder des Stalin-Regimes.
 

Robert Schuman wzywa do budowy Wspólnoty Narodów Europy w Kulturze, Nauce, Gospodarce, Polityce opartej na tradycji chrześcijańskiej http://www.imschuman.com/

Instytut Myśli Schumana. Robert Schuman wzywa do budowy Wspólnoty Narodów Europy w Kulturze, Nauce, Gospodarce, Polityce opartej na tradycji chrześcijańskiej. Instytut Myśli Schumana włącza się w dzieło, które zapoczątkował Sługa Boży Robert Schuman. Robert Schuman jest naszym liderem w służbie społecznej ludziom, którego chcemy naśladować i tak jak on wprowadzać pokój przez działanie na rzecz pojednania między ludźmi, a pracując w prawdzie, służyć na rzecz dobra wspólnego ludzi w oparciu o wartości chrześcijańskie.
Instytut Myśli Schumana włącza się w dzieło, które zapoczątkował Sługa Boży Robert Schuman. Robert Schuman jest naszym liderem w służbie społecznej ludziom, którego chcemy naśladować i tak jak on wprowadzać pokój przez działanie na rzecz pojednania między ludźmi, a pracując w prawdzie, służyć na rzecz dobra wspólnego ludzi w oparciu o wartości chrześcijańskie.
http://www.imschuman.com/

18 juin 2016 : l’inauguration de la stele dédiée la 1ere Armée française « Rhin et Danube » au cimetiere Wojskowy Powazki a Varsovie. Pour notre liberté, Pour vos combats exemplaires pour la paix et pour l’Europe, Pour les liens entre la France et la Pologne que vos actions ont a jamais forgés, Merci. Vive la France, vive la Pologne! La photographie d'art par Zbigniew Halat.
18 juin 2016 : l’inauguration de la stele dédiée la 1ere Armée française « Rhin et Danube » au cimetiere Wojskowy Powazki a Varsovie. Pour notre liberté, Pour vos combats exemplaires pour la paix et pour l’Europe, Pour les liens entre la France et la Pologne que vos actions ont a jamais forgés, Merci. Vive la France, vive la Pologne! La photographie d'art par Zbigniew Halat.


Jan Styka: "Polonia, the Constitution of May 3, 1791" monumental national allegory from a collection of The National Museum in Wroclaw, Museum of the Silesian Piasts, Brzeg
Jan Styka "Polonia, Konstytucja 3 Maja 1791", monumentalna narodowa alegoria Muzeum Narodowe we Wrocławiu  na wystawie Muzeum Piastów Śląskich w Brzegu Jan Styka: "Polonia, the Constitution of May 3, 1791" monumental national allegory from a collection of The National Museum in Wroclaw, Museum of the Silesian Piasts, Brzeg. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat

Jan Styka "Polonia, Konstytucja 3 Maja 1791", monumentalna narodowa alegoria, Muzeum Narodowe we Wrocławiu  na wystawie Muzeum Piastów Śląskich w Brzegu. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat
Monumentalna narodowa alegoria z roku 1891. Polska w białej szacie bez winy zniewolona, przykuta do skały, ale Matka Boska Królowa Polski nad nami czuwa, nie opuści nas. Pod krzyżem gromadzą się tłumy wszystkich stanów, szlachta, chłopi i mieszczanie składają hołd naczelnikowi Tadeuszowi Kościuszce wiodącemu lud zbrojny w kosy do walki o wolność. Na kolanach jasnogórski paulin ksiądz Augustyn Kordecki i warszawski szewc Jan Kiliński. Szable unoszą wysoko generał Kazimierz Pułaski książę Józef Poniatowski, generał Henryk Dąbrowski. Natchniony Adam Mickiewicz na czele twórców i uczonych...Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat


Polska Racja Stanu - Powązki Wojskowe
 "Pokój jest rzeczą cenną i pożądaną. Nasza generacja, skrwawiona w wojnach, na pewno na okres pokoju zasługuje. Ale pokój, jak prawie wszystkie sprawy tego świata, ma swoją cenę, wysoką, ale wymierną. My w Polsce nie znamy pojęcia pokoju za  wszelką cenę. Jest jedna tylko rzecz w życiu ludzi, narodów i państw, która jest bezcenna. Tą rzeczą jest honor." - Polski minister spraw zagranicznych Józef Beck, odrzucenie niemieckich żądań w przemówieniu 5 maja 1939 r., w przededniu II wojny światowej.
There is only one thing in the lives of men, nations and countries that is without price. That thing is honour. - Polish Foreign Minister Jozef Beck, refusal of German demands in a speech on 5 May 1939, on the eve of World War II. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat
"Peace is a precious and a desirable thing. Our generation, bloodied in wars, certainly deserves peace. But peace, like almost all things of this world, has its price, a high but a measurable one. We in Poland do not know the concept of peace at any price. There is only one thing in the lives of men, nations and countries that is without price. That thing is honour." — Polish Foreign Minister Jozef Beck, refusal of German demands in a speech on 5 May 1939, on the eve of World War II. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat

Pamięć Niezłomnych- największy skarb powojennej tradycji oporu Narodu Polskiego

Polska Racja Stanu - Powązki Wojskowe. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat
Polska Racja Stanu - Powązki Wojskowe
"Orzeł w koronie, symbol i godło suwerennej Polski, przedstawiony w sugestywnej obronnej pozie, osłania Polskę i Europę przed czerwoną zarazą komunizmu."

Orlętom Polskim poległym w obronie Warszawy podczas najazdu bolszewickiego roku 1920. Wdzięczni rodacy. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat
Pomnik Orląt Polskich na Powązkach Wojskowych. Orlętom Polskim poległym w obronie Warszawy podczas najazdu bolszewickiego roku 1920. Wdzięczni rodacy. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat

Pomnik Orląt Polskich na Powązkach Wojskowych. “Epizod Bitwy Warszawskiej pod nazwą Cud nad Wisłą - ks. kapelan Ignacy Skorupka z krzyżem w ręku na czele Kompanii Akademickiej odpierającej atak bolszewików pod Ossowem.” Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat
Pomnik Orląt Polskich na Powązkach Wojskowych. “Epizod Bitwy Warszawskiej pod nazwą Cud nad Wisłą - ks. kapelan Ignacy Skorupka z krzyżem w ręku na czele Kompanii Akademickiej odpierającej atak bolszewików pod Ossowem.” Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat

Pomnik Orląt Polskich na Powązkach Wojskowych. “Wąsaty weteran w czapce z wężykiem generalskim: instruktaż i przekaz prawd historycznych chłopcom w skautowskich strojach, które niebawem zamienią na mundury harcerskie.” Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat
Pomnik Orląt Polskich na Powązkach Wojskowych. “Wąsaty weteran w czapce z wężykiem generalskim: instruktaż i przekaz prawd historycznych chłopcom w skautowskich strojach, które niebawem zamienią na mundury harcerskie.” Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat

kursywą wyróżniony opis ze strony Forum Stowarzyszenia Tradytor

Stan pomnika udokumentowany 19. lutego 2017r.

Druk nr 2854 z 26 lutego 2010 r.: projekt ustawy skierowany do Marszałka Sejmu Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej VI kadencji

Prezydent
Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej

Na podstawie art. 118 ust. 1 Konstytucji Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej z dnia 2 kwietnia 1997 r. przedstawiam Sejmowi Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej projekt ustawy o ustanowieniu Narodowego Dnia Pamięci „Żołnierzy Wyklętych".

Jednocześnie uprzejmie informuje, że do reprezentowania mojego stanowiska w toku prac nad projektem ustawy upoważniam Zastępcę Szefa Kancelarii Prezydenta RP - Pana Jacka Sasina oraz Podsekretarza Stanu w Kancelarii Prezydenta RP - Pana Andrzeja Dudę.

Lech Kaczyński

Panowie Jacek Sasin i Andrzeja Duda (przyszły prezydent RP) 5 lipca 2010 r. złożyli rezygnację z pełnionych funkcji na ręce wykonującego obowiązki Prezydenta RP Marszałka Sejmu Bronisława Komorowskiego.

Uzasadnienie projektu ustawy z 26 lutego 2010 r.

Celem niniejszego projektu jest ustanowienie 1 marca Narodowym Dniem Pamięci „Żołnierzy Wyklętych”, jako święta państwowego. Ustanowienie Narodowego Dnia Pamięci „Żołnierzy Wyklętych” jest wyrazem hołdu dla żołnierzy drugiej konspiracji za świadectwo męstwa, niezłomnej postawy patriotycmej i przywiązania do tradycji niepodległościowych, za krew przelaną w obronie Ojczyzny.

Powojenne Polskie Powstanie Antykomunistyczne było pierwszym odruchem samoobrony społeczeństwa polskiego przeciwko sowieckiej agresji i narzuconym siłą władzom komunistycznym. Było też przykładem najliczniejszej konspiracji zbrojnej w skali europejskiej, obejmującym teren całej Polski, w tym także utracone na rzecz Związku Sowieckiego - Kresy Wschodnie II RP.

Rozwiązanie Polskich Sił Zbrojnych w Kraju, dokonane na mocy rozkazu dowódcy AK gen. Leopolda Okulickiego „Niedźwiadka” z 19 stycznia 1945 r. oraz zakończenie II wojny światowej, nie oznaczały dla żołnierzy AK i innych organizacji niepodległościowych końca walki o wolność Polski. Dla większości z nich oznaczały czas represji, dla społeczeństwa polskiego natomiast czas nowej okupacji sowieckiej i rządów reżimu komunistycznego. Pomimo braku jednolitego dowództwa oraz świadomego samoograniczania działań wyłącznie do wymiaru samoobrony, działania zbrojne będące wynikiem licznych, samorzutnych inicjatyw lokalnych bardzo szybko objęły cały kraj. Działające wówczas liczne oddziały partyzanckie, dowodzone w większości przez żołnierzy Polskiego Państwa Podziemnego, dawały schronienie ściganym przez komunistyczny aparat represji byłym żołnierzom AK i innych organizacji niepodległościowych. Dawały otuchę społeczeństwu, zaspokajając jego elementarną potrzebę sprawiedliwości.

Pomimo niekorzystnej dla Polski sytuacji geopolitycznej - nie dającej nadziei na możliwość zmiany reżimu komunistycznego w Kraju. „Żołnierze Wyklęci” pozostali wierni w służbie niepodległemu Państwu Polskiemu, dając świadectwo nieugiętej postawy i krwi w setkach bitew i kazamatach katowni komunistycznego aparatu bezpieczeństwa.

Będąc głównym przeciwnikiem reżimu komunistycznego przez pierwszych kilka lat „Żołnierze Wyklęci” odegrali niezwykle istotną rolę w przesunięciu kolejnych sekwencji utrwalania systemu komunistycznego, pozostając dla wielu środowisk opozycji demokratycznej wzorem postawy obywatelskiej.

Narodowy Dzień pamięci „Żołnierzy Wyklętych” to także wyraz hołdu licznym społecznościom lokalnym, których patriotyzm i stała gotowość ofiar na rzecz idei niepodległościowej pozwoliły na kontynuację oporu przez długie lata.

Projekt ustawy nie pociąga za sobą obciążenia budżetu państwa lub budżetów jednostek samorządu terytorialnego.

Projekt rodzi pozytywne skutki społeczne.

Ustanawianie świąt i dni wolnych od pracy należy do wyłącznych kompetencji krajów członkowskich i nie jest regulowane prawem Unii Europejskiej.

Ustawa ma wejść w życie po upływie 14 dni od dnia ogłoszenia.

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GŁOSOWANIE Nr 18 - POSIEDZENIE 84. Sejmu VII kadencji dnia 3 lutego 2011 r.
Głosowanie nad przyjęciem w całości projektu ustawy o ustanowieniu Narodowego Dnia Pamięci ˝Żołnierzy Wyklętych˝, w brzmieniu proponowanym przez Komisję Kultury i Środków Przekazu: Głosowało - 417  Za - 406  Przeciw - 8  Wstrzymało się - 3  Nie głosowało - 43
Posłowie PO głosujący przeciw: Fedorowicz Jerzy Feliks, Korzeniowski Leszek, Olechowska Alicja, Rzymełka Jan, Zakrzewska Jadwiga
Posłowie SLD głosujący przeciw: Ostrowski Artur, trzech posłów SLD wstrzymało się: Balicki Marek, Kamiński Tomasz, Kopyciński Sławomir
Posłowie niezrzeszeni głosujący przeciw: Celiński Andrzej, Kutz Kazimierz
Wszystkie wyniki głosowania dostępne są na stronie sejmowej: http://orka.sejm.gov.pl/SQL.nsf/glosowania?OpenAgent&6&84&18


Ustawa z dnia 3 lutego 2011 r.
o ustanowieniu Narodowego Dnia Pamięci „Żołnierzy Wyklętych”

W hołdzie „Żołnierzom Wyklętym” — bohaterom antykomunistycznego podziemia, którzy w obronie niepodległego bytu Państwa Polskiego, walcząc o prawo do samostanowienia i urzeczywistnienie dążeń demokratycznych społeczeństwa polskiego, z bronią w ręku, jak i w inny sposób, przeciwstawili się sowieckiej agresji i narzuconemu siłą reżimowi komunistycznemu
— stanowi się, co następuje:
Art. 1. Dzień 1 marca ustanawia się Narodowym Dniem Pamięci „Żołnierzy Wyklętych”.
Art. 2. Narodowy Dzień Pamięci „Żołnierzy Wyklętych” jest świętem państwowym.

Panteon – Mauzoleum Wyklętych-Niezłomnych  na Cmentarzu Wojskowym na Powązkach w Warszawie. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat
Panteon – Mauzoleum Wyklętych-Niezłomnych  na Cmentarzu Wojskowym na Powązkach w Warszawie. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat

NIEZŁOMNI WYKLĘCI
PANTEON – MAUZOLEUM
ŻOŁNIERZY I DZIAŁACZY
PODZIEMIA NIEPODLEGŁOŚCIOWEGO
ZAMORDOWANYCH
PRZEZ REŻIM KOMUNISTYCZNY
W LATACH 1945–1956

WIERNI BOGU I OJCZYŹNIE
ZŁOŻYLI NAJWYŻSZĄ OFIARĘ
W BOHATERSKIEJ WALCE
O GODNOŚĆ I WOLNOŚĆ
RZECZYPOSPOLITEJ

Warszawa, Powązki Wojskowe,  Kwatera Ł, Kwatera na Łączce. Tu wykonawcy woli sowieckiego najeźdźcy (pod przywództwem Bolesława Bieruta, agenta NKWD obsadzonego w roli prezydenta Polski, który wprowadzał w życie antypolską doktrynę  Juliana Marchlewskiego, czołowego ideologa niemiecko-rosyjskiego komunizmu), potajemnie chowali Niezłomnych Żołnierzy Wyklętych pomordowanych w katowniach komunistycznego aparatu terroru w latach 1945–1956.  Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat
Warszawa, Powązki Wojskowe,  Kwatera Ł, Kwatera na Łączce. Tu wykonawcy woli sowieckiego najeźdźcy (pod przywództwem Bolesława Bieruta, agenta NKWD obsadzonego w roli prezydenta Polski, który wprowadzał w życie antypolską doktrynę  Juliana Marchlewskiego, czołowego ideologa niemiecko-rosyjskiego komunizmu), potajemnie chowali Niezłomnych Żołnierzy Wyklętych pomordowanych w katowniach komunistycznego aparatu terroru w latach 1945–1956.
Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat

Warszawa, Powązki Wojskowe,  Kwatera Ł, Kwatera na Łączce. Tu wykonawcy woli sowieckiego najeźdźcy (pod przywództwem Bolesława Bieruta, agenta NKWD obsadzonego w roli prezydenta Polski, który wprowadzał w życie antypolską doktrynę  Juliana Marchlewskiego, czołowego ideologa niemiecko-rosyjskiego komunizmu), potajemnie chowali Niezłomnych Żołnierzy Wyklętych pomordowanych w katowniach komunistycznego aparatu terroru w latach 1945–1956.  Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat

Warszawa, Powązki Wojskowe,  Kwatera Ł, Kwatera na Łączce. Tu wykonawcy woli sowieckiego najeźdźcy potajemnie chowali Niezłomnych Żołnierzy Wyklętych pomordowanych w katowniach komunistycznego aparatu terroru w latach 1945–1956. Nieopodal na ciemnym tle wyraźny kształt białej bryły pomnika ofiar katastrofy smoleńskiej 2010 r. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat
Warszawa, Powązki Wojskowe,  Kwatera Ł, Kwatera na Łączce. Tu wykonawcy woli sowieckiego najeźdźcy potajemnie chowali Niezłomnych Żołnierzy Wyklętych pomordowanych w katowniach komunistycznego aparatu terroru w latach 1945–1956. Nieopodal na ciemnym tle wyraźny kształt białej bryły pomnika ofiar katastrofy smoleńskiej 2010 r. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat

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HAŃBA NARODOWA 2017 MA SWOJE POMNIKI

HAŃBA NARODOWA 2017 MA SWOJE POMNIKI. Warszawa, Powązki Wojskowe: nad morzem krzyży swoich ofiar nadal wynoszą się z monumentalnych grobowców Julian Marchlewski, czołowy ideolog niemiecko-rosyjskiego komunizmu, agent bolszewickiej Rosji podczas najazdu na Polskę i Bolesław Bierut, agent NKWD obsadzony w roli prezydenta Polski kat polskich patriotów. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat
Warszawa, Powązki Wojskowe: nad morzem krzyży swoich ofiar nadal wynoszą się z monumentalnych grobowców Julian Marchlewski, czołowy ideolog niemiecko-rosyjskiego komunizmu, agent bolszewickiej Rosji podczas najazdu na Polskę i Bolesław Bierut, agent NKWD obsadzony w roli prezydenta Polski kat polskich patriotów.
Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat

"Górując nad dolinkami – powstańczą i katyńską – spoczywają w dostojnych grobowcach: poświadczony w źródłach historycznych agent NKWD Bolesław Bierut, poświadczony w źródłach historycznych agent Lenina i Trockiego, oficjalny zdrajca ojczyzny, Julian Marchlewski, poświadczony w źródłach historycznych agent Kominternu Karol Świerczewski, ... "

Jerzy Jarzębowski 'W Alei Zasłużonych'

W monumentalnym grobowcu Julian Marchlewski, agent bolszewickiej Rosji podczas najazdu na Polskę. Jego tworem była Polska Socjalistyczna Republika Rad w Białymstoku proklamowana w 1920. Warszawa, Powązki Wojskowe, fotografia wykonana 19 lutego 2017. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat. "SŁUŻYĆ INTERESOM NARODU POLSKIEGO MOŻE TYLKO TEN, KTO SŁUŻY INTERESOM  MIĘDZYNARODOWEGO PROLETARIATU" Dla kolejnych pokoleń zdrajców Narodu i Państwa Polskiego wykuty w cokole wyniosłego ponad otoczenie grobowca testament czołowego ideologa niemiecko-rosyjskiego komunizmu. Julian Marchlewski, agent Lenina, wraz z Różą Luksemburg liderką SPD (Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands - obecnie liderem SPD jest Martin Schulz), poprzedzali tych  polityków, dla których dowolny pretekst uzasadnia podporządkowanie polskiego interesu narodowego interesom obcych.
W monumentalnym grobowcu Julian Marchlewski, agent bolszewickiej Rosji podczas najazdu na Polskę. Jego tworem była Polska Socjalistyczna Republika Rad w Białymstoku proklamowana w 1920 r. Warszawa, Powązki Wojskowe, fotografia wykonana 19 lutego 2017 r. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat

"SŁUŻYĆ INTERESOM NARODU POLSKIEGO MOŻE TYLKO TEN, KTO SŁUŻY INTERESOM  MIĘDZYNARODOWEGO PROLETARIATU"

Dla kolejnych pokoleń zdrajców Narodu i Państwa Polskiego wykuty w cokole wyniosłego ponad otoczenie grobowca testament czołowego ideologa niemiecko-rosyjskiego komunizmu. Julian Marchlewski, agent Lenina, wraz z Różą Luksemburg liderką SPD (Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands - obecnie liderem SPD jest Martin Schulz), poprzedzali tych  polityków, dla których dowolny pretekst uzasadnia podporządkowanie polskiego interesu narodowego interesom obcych.

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Polska miedź - największy skarb materialny Narodu Polskiego
Dla zdrowia górników i rodzin górniczych polskiej miedzi - skarbu Narodu Polskiego. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat
Dla zdrowia górników i rodzin górniczych polskiej miedzi - skarbu Narodu Polskiego. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat
"Polityka zdrowotna gminy Polkowice - obszary działania samorządu" przedstawia p. prezes Mariola Kośmider.


Siły sojusznicze w Polsce Allied Forces in Poland 2017
Siły sojusznicze w Polsce Allied Forces in Poland 2017

3rd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division (Iron Brigade)
landed today  (1/7/2017) in Wroclaw, the Capital of Polish Silesia, Poland
Welcome Brothers and Sisters, May God Bless You All and Your Families.
Thank you for your service.

Amerykańskie wojsko wylądowało we Wrocławiu (ZDJĘCIA i FILM)
US military landed in Wroclaw (PHOTOS and VIDEO)

Fort Carson: 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team deploys to Europe for Operation Atlantic Resolve

3rd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division (Iron Brigade) on Facebook



Polska - kraj wolnych ludzi. Poland: Land of the Free
Polska - kraj wolnych ludzi.
Poland: Land of the Free.



NARODOWY DZIEŃ NIEPODLEGŁOŚCI POLSKI. POLAND'S NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE DAY. Fine Art Photography by Zbigniew Halat
NARODOWY DZIEŃ NIEPODLEGŁOŚCI POLSKI. POLAND'S NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE DAY. Fine Art Photography by Zbigniew Halat. Dlaczego Magda i Bartek oraz inni młodzi Polacy są tak piękni? Why Magda, Bartek, and other young Poles are so beautiful? Oto odpowiedź: Here is the answer:

Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen
(1895 -1979)
Acybiskup Fulton J. Sheen
(1895 -1979)

The Level of Woman = The Level of Civilization
"To a great extent the level of any civilization is the level of its womanhood.  When a man loves a woman, he has to become worthy of her. The higher her virtue, the more noble her character, the more devoted she is to truth, justice, goodness, the more a man has to aspire to be worthy of her. The history of civilization could actually be written in terms of the level of its women." Fulton J. Sheen: Life Is Worth Living Ignatius Press, March 1, 1999, Archbishop Fulton Sheen on youtube: Women Who Do Not Fail

Poziom kobiety = Poziom cywilizacji
"Poziom każdej cywilizacji jest determinowany w dużej mierze przez poziom kobiecości (t. j. osobowości kobiet tworzących tę cywilizację). Kiedy mężczyzna kocha kobietę, musi stać się jej wart. Im wyższe jej standardy moralne (w chrześcijaństwie znane jako cnoty), im bardziej szlachetny ma charakter, im bardziej jest oddana prawdzie, sprawiedliwości i dobroci, tym wyżej musi wznieść się mężczyzna, żeby być jej wart. Tak naprawdę historię cywilizacji można by napisać, odnosząc się do poziomu tworzących ją kobiet."



Przyszłość Polski: piękni, młodzi i bogaci we własną rodzimą kulturę. The future of Poland: beautiful, young and rich in their own native culture  Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat
Przyszłość Polski: piękni, młodzi i bogaci we własną rodzimą kulturę. The future of Poland: beautiful, young and rich in their own native culture. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat



The flag of Poland symbolism: white symbolizes virginity, red symbolizes heroic bloodshed. The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Warsaw, Poland, dedicated to the unknown soldiers who heroically shed their blood for Poland, on youtube.  Symbolika flagi Polski - biały symbolizuje dziewictwo, czerwony symbolizuje heroiczny przelew krwi. Grób Nieznanego Żołnierza w Warszawie poświęcony nieznanym żolnierzom, którzy heroicznie przelali krew za Polskę, on youtube. POLAND
The flag of Poland symbolism: white symbolizes virginity, red symbolizes heroic bloodshed. The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Warsaw, Poland, dedicated to the unknown soldiers who heroically shed their blood for Poland, on youtube.  Symbolika flagi Polski - biały symbolizuje dziewictwo, czerwony symbolizuje heroiczny przelew krwi. Grób Nieznanego Żołnierza w Warszawie poświęcony nieznanym żolnierzom, którzy heroicznie przelali krew za Polskę, on youtube. POLAND

The Polish way: do it your way, find your strength and wisdom through the Word of God. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat
The Polish way: do it your way, find your strength and wisdom through the Word of God. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat



Flaga czterech wolności: słowa i wypowiedzi, wyznawania wiary w Boga, od biedy po błędach gospodarki, od strachu przed atakiem sił zła. Four freedoms flag: of speach and expression, to worship God, from want, from fear
Flaga czterech wolności: słowa i wypowiedzi, wyznawania wiary w Boga, od biedy po błędach gospodarki, od strachu przed atakiem sił zła. Four freedoms flag: of speach and expression, to worship God, from want, from fear

Cztery wolności do obrony w Polsce:
- wolność słowa i wypowiedzi
- wolność wyznawania wiary w Boga
- wolność od biedy po błędach gospodarki
- wolność od strachu przed atakiem sił zła

LIBERTAS INAESTIMABILIS RES EST
WOLNOŚĆ JEST RZECZĄ BEZCENNĄ
LIBERTAS INAESTIMABILIS RES EST WOLNOŚĆ JEST RZECZĄ BEZCENNĄ Na kolumnie Sądu Najwyższego przywołane Prawo rzymskie 528 - 532 AD Digestia Justyniania (D), Księga 50, Tytuł 17, Fragment 106 W lustrze odbija się Katedra polowa Wojska Polskiego  pod wezwaniem Najświętszej Marii Panny Królowej Polski,  odwiecznej orędowniczki wolności Polaków, której Polska  wielokrotnie zawdzięcza cudowne ocalenie.
Na kolumnie Sądu Najwyższego przywołane Prawo rzymskie
528 - 532 AD Digestia Justyniania (D), Księga 50, Tytuł 17, Fragment 106
W lustrze odbija się Katedra polowa Wojska Polskiego  pod wezwaniem Najświętszej Marii Panny Królowej Polski,
odwiecznej orędowniczki wolności Polaków, której Polska  wielokrotnie zawdzięcza cudowne ocalenie.





Źródłem wolności Polaków jest wiara katolicka.
Na straży wolności Polaków powinno stać Wojsko Polskie.
Stoi amerykańskie


Uwaga:
Wolności Polski po raz kolejny zagraża zmowa sąsiadów do niedawna odnoszących bezprecedensowe sukcesy na frontach wojny ekonomicznej, której celem jest wywłaszczenie doprowadzonych do bankrutctwa Polaków.
Dodatkowo Niemcy prowadzą przeciw nam otwartą wojnę propagandową, nie zrezygnowali z rewizji granic, a ze strony Rosjan zagraża ponowny najazd.
W tej sytuacji Ameryka znów staje się jedynym gwarantem naszej wolności.
W Polsce flaga amerykańska musi cieszyć się takim samym szacunkiem jak flaga polska.

Oto wymagania:
Using the American flag properly:
The flag should never touch anything beneath it, such as the ground, the floor, water or merchandise.
The flag should never be used as wearing apparel, bedding or drapery. It should never be festooned, drawn back, nor up, in folds, but always allowed to fall free.
No part of the flag should ever be used as a costume or athletic uniform.
The flag should never be used as a receptacle for receiving, holding, carrying or delivering anything.
The flag should never be carried flat or horizontally, but always aloft and free.
The flag should not be draped over the hood, top, sides or back of a vehicle or of a railroad train or a boat.

The United States Flag: Federal Law Relating to Display and Associated Questions, Updated April 14, 2008



Colonel Richard Kukliński (Jack Strong), "the first Polish officer in NATO" was buried in the row of honour in the Powązki military cemetery, Warsaw. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat
Colonel Richard Kukliński (Jack Strong), "the first Polish officer in NATO" was buried in the row of honour in the Powązki military cemetery, Warsaw. Fine art photography by Zbigniew Halat


dr Zbigniew Hałat Felietony w Radio Maryja 2005 -2016
dr Zbigniew Hałat Felietony w Radio Maryja 2005 -2016

Felietony w Radio Maryja ilustrowane od roku 2005
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Global Movement for the Restoration of Human Rights in the European Union
Poland Chapter named after
George Ivanov

Globalny Ruch na rzecz Przywrócenia Praw Człowieka w Unii Europejskiej
Oddział Polski imienia Jerzego Iwanowa Szajnowicza

Przed egzekucją  wykonaną przez Niemców  4. stycznia 1943 wołał
"Niech żyje Polska Niech żyje Grecja"

Γεώργιος Ιβάνοφ Πριν την εκτέλεση από τους Γερμανούς 4 Ιανουαρίου 1943 φώναξε:
 Ζήτω η Πολωνία,  ζήτω η Ελλάδα».

Executed on January 4, 1943 Before the execution shouted:
 "Long live Poland,  long live Greece."

 Jerzy Iwanow Szajnowicz przed egzekucją dokonaną przez Niemców Γεώργιος Ιβάνοφ πριν από την εκτέλεση από τους Γερμανούς George Ivanov before execution by the Germans wielki Polak bohater antyniemieckiego ruchu oporu w Grecji an agent of British intelligence his execution by the Germans statue in Thessaloniki
 Jerzy Iwanow Szajnowicz Γεώργιος Ιβάνοφ George Ivanov
wielki Polak, bohater  antyniemieckiego ruchu oporu  w Grecji, an agent of British intelligence
his execution by the Germans statue in Thessaloniki


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