In a recent interview former Polish President and Solidarnosc leader Lech Walesa made the obvious and crucial point that Poland and Russia must find a way to overcome their centuries of conflict and join in friendship.
He correctly pointed out that only Washington (de facto capital of the Zionist-Globalist system) benefits from conflict between Warsaw and Moscow. Most interestingly, Walesa states that if Poland and Russia were to unite, the rest of Europe would tremble. I believe this prediction to be quite accurate.
Although the Slavs lag behind Western Europe in many areas, the seeming resistance that the Eastern nations have against the insane degeneracy of the current year suggest that they might soon be the lone bastions of white Christian civilization. However, without Slavic unity, there is a much greater chance that Soros-backed revolutions will steadily continue until the region is totally conquered for globohomo.
Due to geography and population, Russia is the only Slavic nation that can be considered a world power. The other Slavic nations only possess geopolitical significance because they can be used as buffers against Russia. Poland is the second most important of the Slavic nations, and although it has not had any individual military or political power since the 17th century, it is still the linchpin of Anglo-American policy in Eastern Europe. The deep hatred that Poles feel for their historic neighbors Germany and Russia has led to them joyfully accepting their role as an Anglo pawn in European politics. The most notable example of this was the Poles foolishly trusting in the British promises of aid during WWII. The end result of this trust was being handed over to Stalin’s Russia, despite “defending Poland” being given as Britain’s excuse for declaring war on Hitler’s Germany. Poland finds itself in a very similar situation today, with NATO using Poland against the threat of a nationalist/conservative Russia. Contemporary Polish anger should be directed at the duplicitous Western allies, not at the Russians, many of whom suffered under Soviet rule more grievously than the Poles did.
Given Poland’s cultural and racial similarly to Russia, an alliance that could lead to a united Slavdom would clearly be in the interest of both parties. With Russia and Poland united, it would be relatively easy to draw the smaller Eastern European nations into the alliance. In the face of such an alliance, feminist, homosexual, and multicultural Western Europe certainly would tremble.