Monday, June 28, 2021

Poles and Belarussians Divided by a Common History

 Poles and Belarussians Divided by a Common History by Jo Harper here


  1. I think this is a very superficial division. Actually, Poles and Belarussians - nations and people- get on well together and like each other. No comparison to issues Poles have with Israel, USA or Germany.

  2. Not 'Belorusians' but 'Lukashenka'. Lukashenka persecutes both Belorusians and ethnic Poles. The third party is Russia, which wants to absorb Belarus.


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