In what Russian officials are describing as an accident, the President of Poland, his wife, the chief of the Polish army and the governor of their central bank have all been killed in a plane crash in Western Russia.
The official reports suggest the accident occurred as a result of pilot error, but because this was the head of state of Poland, the Russians are taking the accident seriously:
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has been put in charge of a commission investigating the crash, the Kremlin said. [source]
Let’s be clear: Vladimir Putin, former officer of the KGB, former President of Russia and current Prime Minister was not “put in charge” of the investigation. If Mr. Putin is involved, he put himself in charge.
For observers who do not normally follow events in eastern Europe and Russia, it is important to note that there has been a level of veiled hostility between Russia’s former President and Poland. Poland was to be one of the eastern European hosts of the US missile defense shield, a military action condemned by Russia and Mr. Putin.
While Polish President Kaczynski’s death may very well be an accident, as described by official reports from Russia, one must ask whether or not the Russians have settled a score with Poland and sent a warning to leaders of other nations in the region that Russia is in charge.
The death of President Kaczynski comes on the heels of the overthrow of a pro-US government in Kyrgyzstan, which may have been initiated by operatives of the Russian government, similar to what the CIA did in Latin America and around the world to destabilize governments and replace them with leaders sympathetic to their national interests. Mr. Putin is a professional game theorist, thus Russia’s involvement in Kyrgyzstan cannot be ruled out:
But if Moscow were found to have had a hand in this latest upheaval, it would hardly come as a shock. Machiavellian Russian machinations in Kyrgyzstan, as in the other former Soviet republics of central Asia, has become the norm in the Putin era. Competition with China and the US for control of strategically important energy resources and transit routes is one key motivator. More fundamentally, Moscow still unfashionably insists on regarding this vast region as falling within its sphere of influence.
Sorcha Faal, of WhatDoesItMean, who purportedly has access to either FSB (Russian Secret Service) intelligence information, suggest the FSB may have had foreknowledge:
First reports on the tragic death of Polandâ€™s President Lech Kaczynski, his wife, top general, head of their central bank, and many more top officials in a plane crash in Smolensk, Russia are said by FSB sources reporting to Prime Minister Putin to have been a â€œsuccessful decapitationâ€ of that Nationâ€™s leadership putting into power the speaker of Poland’s parliament and a former defense minister Bronislaw Komorowski who unlike Kaczynski has been a long time ally of Moscow.
Interesting to say the least. Whether this is conspiracy theory or fact will have to be left for the reader to decide.
As reported by Government Against the People, there may be an alternate possibility:
Thereâ€™s no telling if the two events are connected, but their timing is mighty interesting.
The Polish government and the National Bank of Poland, in a â€œrare moment of unity,â€ agree to weaken Polandâ€™s currency, the zloty, in an act that would benefit Polandâ€™s exporters at the expense of Polandâ€™s trading partnersâ€”that is, the European Union, among others. Then, the next day, Polandâ€™s president and the president of its national bank die in a plane crash.
Poland has been dragging its feet in adopting the euro and joining the European Union, having pushed back its target date for doing so until 2015. Here in the U.S., we might say that Poland is not a â€œteam player.â€ In the New World Order, bad things tend to happen to leaders who arenâ€™t team players.
The investigation into the plane crash has just begun, and Occam’s razor suggests that this was most likely an accident caused by pilot error, as there are reportedly witnesses on the ground that saw the plane attempt several unsuccessful landings.
If this was not an accident, however, it is safe to say that the Polish people and the rest of the masses will be kept in the dark, afterall, the investigation is being led by a master of covert operations. Thus, the only indicators we may see is what results from the President’s death.
Will Poland accept the Euro as their currency? Will they put a stop to any action that may weaken their currency the zloty? Will the new government be more pro-Russian and shun the United States? Will other leaders in the region, who have been under pressure from Russia or the EU now accept policies which they rejected prior to the death of President Kaczynski?