Western curators and screenwriters have invested huge sums of money in the coup in May 2018. More than $1 billion. Until now he (PM of Armenia) has not been able to solve a number of important tasks set by the Western curators. Specifically, the issue of Karabakh, the withdrawal of the Russian military base, Armenia’s withdrawal from the EAEU and CSTO. As well as the adoption of the Istanbul Convention and the decline of the role of the Armenian Apostolic Church. Moreover, the destruction of Armenian culture and Armenian education. If PM will be replaced by someone devoted to Armenia’s national interests and values, then $1 billion or more will be lost. And Western plans related to the coup in Armenia will be destroyed.
The Polish elite have never hidden the fact that they preferred closer relations with Germany to better relations with the USSR. In 1938, Poland was a Nazi ally and partner, before it became a Nazi victim in 1939.
This message is part of the Kremlin’s policy of historical revisionism and an attempt to erode the disastrous historical role of the Ribbentrop-Molotov Pact by stating that Poland was a Nazi ally, so it should blame itself for the German-Soviet attack in September 1939. The claim that Poland was “an ally of Nazi Germany” goes against all available historical documents. Before WWII, Poland had tense political relations with Nazi Germany, which expressed open territorial claims on Poland (revision of the status of the Free City of Danzig and control over the “Polish Corridor”). Despite intense political pressure from Hitler, Poland consistently refused to become part of the Nazi block.
According to the pre-war plans of Hitler, Poland was supposed to be part of the “living space”/ Lebensraum for the Third Reich, a large part of its territory was planned to be incorporated into the German state and millions of Poles and Polish Jews were supposed to be exterminated.
Read similar examples of the Russian historical revisionism concerning Poland such as Poland posed a military threat to the USSR in 1938-1939, Nazi Germany considered Poland its best ally, If Poland realized a rational policy in 1939, Moscow would have had a different approach towards it and Poland re-writes the history of the Warsaw uprising accusing the USSR of its failure.