No, this thread is not going to be about the lamentable inability of the Ukrainian government to apologise for the Volhyn Genocide. It is a separate topic that would require a separate thread, especially in the light of the total scandal connected with the recent 80th anniversary of the genocide. How many times will Poland allow the descendants of OUN-UPA genocidal animals to spit in our faces is indeed an interesting question.But, shhhhh... hush, hush
... let's not talk about it at this moment...
... this is about something else.
This is about the lies of a certain creature - Denys Shmyhal - who happens to be a prime minister of Ukraine and who said that "Poland intends to continue blocking the export of Ukrainian grain to the EU".
Now, considering the fact that Poland has NEVER
been blocking the export of Ukrainian grain to the EU, such scandalous lies cannot remain without serious repercussions. Let's remind the lying Shmyhal some basic facts:
- the transit of Ukrainian grain through Poland to the EU continues uniterrupted
as it has always been;
- in January 2023, Poland transported 114,000 tons of Ukrainian grain to the EU, in June it was already 260,000 tons - so, the transit of Ukrainian grain through Poland has more than doubled
in the last six months.
So why is the Shmyhal lying? Another interesting question.
Not only is the aforementioned creature lying but also somehow forgets to mention Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria and Hungary - four other countries who also, just like Poland, allow the transit of Ukrainian grain but don't agree to destroy their own farming by letting it flood their own markets. It is only Poland - the country that sent about 400 tanks (among tons of other stuff) to Ukraine and accepted 4 million Ukrainian refugees, giving them all social security benefits/health services that Polish citizens get - that gets criticised. Quite interesting.
Now, let's look at another lie by our good - by now - acquaintance Mr Shmyhal: he claims that Poland not opening Polish market to Ukrainian grain is a "move that will severely impact global food security". Quite the contrary, Mr Shmyhal, the grain that you are talking about is needed in hungry Africa not in Poland, isn't it? Poland has enough of our own grain. We bought the "our Ukrainian grain will be sent to poor hungry Africa
" lie last year, and it ended up flooding the Polish market. Fool me once and all that.
Mr Zelenski - when he is not busy awarding the titles of Hero of Ukraine to OUN-UPA criminals - should find some time to discipline his prime minister, who seems to be dangerously talking out of his anal orifice recently. Quite dangerously.