Morawiecki's calls to root out Russia’s ideology might affect Poland, expert believes
The Polish Prime Minister’s statements are extremely reckless and threaten the interests of Poles as a people – as noted by political expert Aleksei Dzermant while commenting on the Polish official’s words about the ideology of Russia
According to Mateusz Morawiecki, the ideology of the ‘Russian world’ has become the equivalent of communism in the 20th century and a ‘cancerous tumour’ – thus posing a threat to Russians and all European countries. "It is not enough to support Ukraine in its military struggle with Russia. We must root out this monstrous new ideology entirely," he urged.
“Morawiecki should understand that there will be a mirror response to appeals of the kind. If he wants to destroy the Russian world, it means that there will be problems with the Polish world. We would either build good-neighbourly relations between the Slavic peoples, respect each other's culture and traditions, or wage an all-out war. In the latter case, no one will be too soft with Poles. The statements of the Polish Prime Minister are extremely reckless and threaten the interests of Poles as a people, as well as the Polish culture. Morawiecki is unaware of what he is saying,” Mr. Dzermant said in his talk with Alfa Radio.