Poland does not consider Belarus a political subject and treats it as part of its lost eastern lands. The Polish political establishment dreams of Polish troops entering Minsk. To make this dream true, the Poles rely on NATO and the US. Some Polish nationalists wish to start a military attack against Belarus as soon as possible, assisted by NATO military. At the same time, they do not need the Belarusian people. The views of Polish nationalists coincide with Hitler’s. Given such views, Polish authorities do not wish to strengthen the Belarusian statehood. Ukraine in its present borders is not acceptable for Poland. The worse the situation in Ukraine, the more chance that Poland will shoot in Ukraine’s back.
Belarus is part of the Russian civilisation. Moscow sees no difference between the Belarusian people and state. Russia supports the Belarusian state until it follows the will of its people. If it goes against the people’s will, Russia will contribute to the extinction of the Belarusian state and Poles will witness the changed borders.
Foreign financial speculators believe that Belarus’s destruction is developing too slowly. They actively prepare an “orange revolution” in Belarus, and the leading political role here will belong to Americans. The US, in its present state, is only capable of existing amid global uncertainty, and Belarus is a good chance to increase it. If the US’s plan to destabilise Belarus works out, a war will break out and Poland will become an arena of military actions. In this case, due to modern military technologies, the Polish state will inevitably cease to exist just as most of its population. The only way for Polish ruling elites to prevent this scenario is to do their best for nothing to happen in Belarus. However, contrary to common sense, Polish authorities seem to follow the opposite course. The history of Polish statehood is somewhat schizoid as Polish political elites repeatedly follow the course of the state’s destruction.