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Anti-missiles in Poland only 5km from the city


Yanek 3 | 29  
8 Sep 2008 /  #1
The Polish expert concerning safety Tomash Hypki, in turn, has informed that the decision to place base anti-missiles all in 5 km from the city of Slupska where live nearby 100 thousand people, is erroneous, as there is a risk of falling on this city of a rocket-interceptor or its fragments in case of a supernumerary situation. As an example it has resulted experience of the USA where bases of rockets of anti-missiles system are at a great distance from settlements.

"Anywhere in the world objects of such type have no near to settlements. Americans have placed them with themselves on Alaska and in desert", — has emphasized Hypki.
z_darius 14 | 3,968  
8 Sep 2008 /  #2
Tomash Hypki, in turn, has informed that the decision to place base anti-missiles all in 5 km from the city of Slupska where live nearby 100 thousand people, is erroneous

There were Soviet installations in and around Wroclaw, Szczecin and Zielona Gora. The combined population of these areas was roughly 1 million. I wonder if Mr Hypki made comments about it then.

When Poland was a slave member of the Warsaw Pact, which was supposedly to its benefit, the Pact's plan to defend itself from any possible attack by NATO was to nuke Poland on the Vistula line. This would have contaminated the soil, water and air with nuclear pollution, killing some 10 to 15 million Poles in the process. That's how safe Poland was without US missiles in Poland.

"Anywhere in the world objects of such type have no near to settlements. Americans have placed them with themselves on Alaska and in desert", — has emphasized Hypki.

Europe is not anywhere in the world. Population density is simply higher than in Alaska.
Sasha 2 | 1,083  
8 Sep 2008 /  #3
When Poland was a slave member of the Warsaw Pact

You're still slaves of another pact. Your government is a slave-trader, the US is a slave-holder. As simple as that.

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