Well, again Polish fantasy land. You just cannot let rest your wild imaginations. Nothing new on a Polish side. I even found "136 methods of torture" created by Polish kids to stir the sh*t in the adult Polish hearts. Well, it is your past-time. Let it be.
To much bullcrap here.I say "Na Wilno!"Lets get back what's our.
Learn English, son, and then you may take a tourist trip to Vilnius.
acting against the spirit of Hrubieszów Agreement.
I am used to letters, not spirit :))
and wouldn't take side
of any country acting against Ukraine
Hmmm. Nice to hear :) Me neither. I am trying to be a mediator and both Poland and Lithuania need one. And who would be a better one than Nathan ;)
against an enemy army and join it in an common country, I doubt it would be much hostility
What common country? That common country seized to exist 200 years before and Lithuanians didn't want to go to the "sweet" past in that Union. Do you blame them?
If I remember correct it was the National Democrats in power at that time and I despise them, I wouldn't behave like THAT.
You said you would behave harsher with Lithuanians than Pilsudski. I don't see the difference in the approach here.
NO they were commonwealthers which believed in a united country fighting an common enemy
Lithuanians didn't seem to appreciate it. So why don't leave them alone? But again following the betrayal of Ukrainians by Polish government in the Riga agreement, I am not suprised at all by the artificially created mutiny and betrayal of Suwalki agreement with Lithuanians. It is not the way to run business with people you want on your side. Wouldn't you agree, Mr Grunwald?
Give me some sources then I can ask BB and compare if you want.
(He loves Bismarck so much I guess he knows a bit about him)
I've read Erick Eyck's "Bismarck and the German empire" recently. But, of course, Bismarck is incomparable. Pilsudski, maybe, wanted to try to run political manipulations that the Chancellor in his time did, but he just couldn't realize that Bismarck was uniting Germany and Pilsudski wanted to Polonize multiple non-Polish lands and people. But again Pilsudski had his Kulturkampf in Ukraine by banning schools, destroying churches etc. discussed already in some other topic. Pilsudski had even bigger moustache than Bismarck and when you look at a picture of Otto (in uniform) and Joseph (when he is with an eagle at his back), you barely can tell the difference. Quite some in common :)
P.S. Since Poland wanted so much to be a big happy family with Lithuanians (even though, they didn't), why Poland didn't turn to its best of the best friend - Hungary - with which as it said often by Polish people "Hungary and Poland - two brother-pals when it comes to war or drink"? Interesting. I hope Torq who has some biased expertise not only in the Ukrainian army matters might shed some insight on this valuable observation.