Sunday, June 28, 2020

BLM Desecrates Memorial to Poles Who Fought and Died to Defeat Nazism.


"The First Polish Armoured Division under the command of General Stanisław Maczek took part in the Allied invasion of Normandy and played a pivotal role in the battle of Falaise, circling the German Seventh (Wehrmacht) Army and the Fifth Panzer Army. Later, its victorious battle route led through France, Belgium and the Netherlands, and ended with the capture of the German town of Wilhelmshaven on May 5, 1945. The division was honoured with the highest distinction of the Netherlands, namely the Military William Order." Source

Polish soldiers fought and died to liberate the world from Nazism. 

In 2020, BLM desecrated their memory by pouring red paint on a mosaic to the Black Madonna of Czestochowa. 

Recognize BLM for what it is, and recognize those who support BLM for who and what they are. 


  1. BLM insanity has spread from our shores to Europe. In addition to the Breda memorial, the Kosciuszko monument in Warsaw, a replica of the one in Washington D.C., was also defaced by BLM sympathizers.

    General Maczek and 164 of his men of the Polish 1st Armored Division were laid to rest at the Polish military cemetery in Breda. Their wartime victories are legendary. After defeating the Germans in the Battle of Falaise Gap in France, the 1st Armored Division advanced eastward and liberated the cities of Ypres, Oostnieuwkerke, Roeselare, Tielt, Ruislede, and Ghent in Belgium. In the Netherlands, the 1st Armored Division fought in Zeeuws-Vlaanderen, West Brabant, in the battle for Arnhem, Groningen, and Drenthe. One of Maczek’s greatest liberation victories was the city of Breda, which after a hard fight, did not incur a single civilian loss. His finest hour came at the end of the war when his 1st Armored Division accepted the surrender of the German naval base of Wilhelmshaven, taking captive the entire garrison, together with some 200 vessels of Hitler’s Kriegsmarine. Lt. General Stanisław Maczek died at the age of 102.

  2. Hello,

    I can't remember if I've posted those links before, but it seems a good opportunity to share them now.

  3. BLM has nothing to do with black lives. It is a revolutionary, Marxist movement.


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