General Błasik was one of the best in NATO.
He was actually a political appointee and was more or less reliant on Kaczynski for his command - hence the severe case of "get-it-there-itis". Best in NATO? At what, making idiotic decisions?
Media put into our heads that the pilot was drunk. He was the best pilot with many international awards.
No, the facts put it into our heads that he was a vulgar drunk with no sense of responsibility. What on earth was he doing ordering Protasiuk into that plane, and what was he doing in assuming command of the plane? There's plenty more where that comes from - Blasik was no hero.
There is NO evidence that a "drunken general seized command of the plane" or anyone else seized command of the plane.
Sorry MediaWatch, but there's video and eyewitness testimony, as well as the undeniable fact that Blasik reported to Kaczynski as the commander of the flight. Plenty of evidence - and this comes from the Poles, not from the Russians.
This is only a speculative notion that Russia has suggested, which you keep pushing.
Nothing to do with Russia. I don't see any evidence in the MAK report relating to Blasik's actions on the ground in Warsaw.
That's what I was pointing out at. Brits legally driving with 0.6 and more and Russian generals rarely going down to 0.6 ... All this has made Harry and Delphiandomine having sleepless nights as a result of poor Gen. Błasik's 0.6 pro mille level.
But the UK also judges 0.2 as being a criminal offence when flying a plane. Comparing apples and oranges is pointless - you can only compare apples with apples. And Blasik was drunk according to UK law, as well as Polish law.
The more I read, the more I feel sorry for the rest of the crew.