We hate Turks for obvious reasons.
We don't hate the Turks. They were honourable enemy - when they signed cease fire they kept to it, and they never recognised the partitions of Poland.
Even though they are Muslims, our relations are quite good, and in history they proved to be an enemy, but an honourable one as I said. You, Bulgars, on the other hand, massacred even your Serbian Orhodox brothers...
... so maybe you aren't Turks after all. But you said yourself that you aren't Slavic either -- so who are you?
What are the features of mongolization?
- fall of morality (divorces, abortion, parentless children, AIDS - all those statistics for Russia are higher
than in Western Europe)
- despising weak people and those who are lower in status than you
- "byzantine" style in politics
- cynicism and violence towards the weaker
...to name just a few. Turanic civilisation (Russia, Turkey, Mongolia), is diametrically different than Latin civilisation (France, Poland, Italy).
Do you afraid Ukraine can never change?
They can change, but the years of mongolisation left a very deep marks on their culture and mentality. With time and effort they might lift themselves up to Polish civilisational level, who knows, but it will require a lot of both.
And of course the "fall of morality" factor is significantly higher in Russia than in Turkey, who stayed faithful to their religion, whilst Russians abandoned Orthodox Christianity en masse
, fooled by the marxist liars.
Also, those with at least minimal knowledge of Poland appreciate how our country manages to combine its unique Slavic culture with Latin civilisation, as well as the best traits of our Central European neighbours - Germany. We took the best from various civilisations and further improved it - we are sort of like Borg in this respect (only, of course, more benevolent).
That's why, as a leader of V4 (Visegrad), we aim at creating Intermarium (Międzymorze) - natural Polish sphere of influence, and future centre of European civilisation, when both the West and Russia fall.
It is a shame that, after all those years, I still have to repeat the same things here, but that's my job as a Pole - educate and civilize.