The Slavs, like the Anglos don‘t do that because they are forced by an outside power. They do it because of greed and envy of better people.
That is not true. Slavs and Anglos are just people, no different in guilt or oppression from Germans. It is the elites who are traitors.
Poles, the former Eastern Block was not forced to serve ZOG. There were no occupation forces after the Soviets left. They choose to ally themselves with ZOG because the jews promised them riches, without much work at the expense of others (mostly Germany).
“Europe has been in decline since 1917 and the destruction of Germany,” says Friedman. “It emerged from World War II as an occupied continent that had lost its empire.”
“Every couple of centuries there is a changing of the guard in Europe,” says Friedman. He sees Poland as the “heart of dynamism” in Europe today.
According to the analyst, in the next three decades Germany will lose its status as an economic powerhouse, while Russia will be “weak”. This will be a time for Poland, which – with its well-educated society – will become a regional powerbroker.
Geopolitical Journey, Part 2: Borderlands
is republished with permission of Stratfor.
By George Friedman
Germany has not thought of itself as a freestanding power since 1945. It is beginning to think that way again, and that could change everything, depending on where it goes.
One of the things it could change is German-Russian relations.
Right now, there is logic in closer German-Russian ties. Economically they complement and need each other. Russia exports raw materials; Germany exports technology. Neither cares to be pressured by the United States. Together they might be able to resist that pressure. There is a quiet romance under way between them.
While the United States can welcome a powerful Turkey, the same can't be said for a powerful Russia, particularly not one allied with Germany.
It is the Intermarium – Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and perhaps Bulgaria – that represents this generation's alliance. It blocks the Russians, splits them from the Germans
The Poles must be the leader of the bloc and the Romanians the southern anchor. I think the Poles are thinking in these terms but the Romanians are far from this idea.
For me, a U.S.-backed Poland guarding the North European Plain, with Slovakia, Hungary and Romania guarding the Carpathian approaches, would prevent what the United States should fear the most: an alliance between Russia and Germany plus Western Europe.
For Poland, that strategy comes from the recognition that not only is it caught between Germany and Russia, it is the monkey wrench in German-Russian entente.
As part of an alliance stretching from Finland to Turkey, the Intermarium, Poland would have an alliance of sufficient weight to matter that would be free from the irrelevancies of NATO.
But in the end, the United States has fought three times in the 20th century to prevent a German-Russian entente and the domination of Europe by one power, whether that be Germany, Russia or a combination of the two.
A German-Russian entente would threaten the United States profoundly. That is why it fought World War I, World War II and the Cold War.
If being a citizen of a state that serve the kikes makes you deserve to lose your land and be exterminated,
The Poles (and the Czechs to a degree) want the land of the Germans and their wealth in addition to what they already have stolen. It is that simple.