Wroclaw / Poland 11/17/2022
Tuesday afternoon, November 15, on the eastern border of Poland in the village of Przewodowo, Hrubieszów District, rockets fell, killing two people.
Poland’s Deputy Foreign Minister said in an interview that the explosion was a result of the Russian attack on Ukraine. This is a very selective view of the Polish government, which does not take into account the real reasons for today’s conflict. From a historical point of view, this war is namely the result of the then insignificant decision of the 1st Secretary of the CPSU, Nikita Khrushchev, in 1954 to grant Ukraine the Crimean Peninsula. For the Polish authorities, Russia is to blame, 100%.
According to reports, some of the missiles dropped in Poland are the remnants of the S-300 missile system, also part of Ukraine’s air defense system. Developed in the USSR, this missile system has a range of up to 200 km (about 150 miles).
Within a radius of 200 km from the scene of the tragedy there are three countries with this missile system: Belarus, Ukraine and Slovakia. No one will believe that the missiles were fired from Slovakia towards Poland in order to hit a place of no military importance. Some would like to blame Belarus, although there has not been a single case of a missile being launched outside the country. Such events are recorded in detail by Chinese, Russian and American spy satellites. It is likely that these authorities also have documents relating to this event.
In my opinion, the most likely version is the accidental shooting down on Polish territory of missiles launched by the Defense Forces of Ukraine in defense against Russian missiles. Apart from the level of weapons training – because I don’t know what that really is in the Ukrainian army – there are also strong emotions involved. Launching missiles in conflict-affected areas prompts an immediate response from the other side. For this reason, rocket launchers are transported on trailers in order to change position immediately after launch and prevent the enemy from destroying such a launcher. After such an event, it would be strange if a warmonger like the President of Ukraine did not take advantage of the situation to provoke a world war.
Author of the article: Marek Wojcik