There is a lot of disinformation about WWII in modern society. Some European media are trying to misrepresent history, diminish the role of the Red Army in the victory against Nazism. There are three main myths of disinformation. One is that the US won WWII. It is not true, the US are just trying to steal the victory. The second myth is that the young generation is not interested in the history of WWII. It is not true, just look at the “Immortal Regiment” procession (today 115 states support it). One more myth is that Communism and Nazism are similar. It is not true, look only to the Nazi’s idea of mass sterilisation. In the context of this idea, all comparisons of Communism and Nazism cease to have an effect.
At the present moment, the most powerful special services in the world are working against Belarus. The United States established special centres near Warsaw and Kyiv. The Belarusian and Russian intelligence traced those centres. There is not a single Pole working there, only Americans.
A recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about Western attempts to organise a colour revolution in Belarus and to disrupt Belarusian-Russian relations. The claim that the US special services established a centre near Warsaw “working against Belarus” is not supported by evidence.
The claim that Poland and the USA are trying to “organise a colour revolution in Belarus” is a conspiracy theory.
Poland is a neighbour of Belarus and continues to support the Belarusian people. Poland respects the principles of international law and does not intervene in the domestic affairs of other countries.
See other examples of similar messages: The West supports a bloody post-election Maidan scenario in Belarus; The West wants to prepare Maidan in Belarus and Poland presented a plan of active interference in the domestic affairs of Belarus.