Well, well, well. Another week, and now the media are suggesting that there are connections between PiS and Russia.
It's a good article, and it's worth a read. It essentially outlines how the new boss of TVP Kultura has been acting in accordance with pro-Russian interests, such as attacking fronda.pl for their aggressive anti-Russian stance against the occupation of Crimea. The publisher/editor Matyszkowicz has been openly calling for the destruction of the European Union. Furthermore, it explains how the PiS "good change" appears to be the implementation of Russian economic and political interests in Poland - with TVP Kultura being a vital aspect of that plan. Certainly, the appointment of a pro-Putin figure to lead TVP Kultura has to raise eyebrows.
We should also mention that blastingnews brought attention to the unfavourable oil contract signed with Russia -
The title "Is PiS an agency of the Russian special services in Poland?" tells you all you need to know. The article explains how the deal with Russia has allowed Russia to dominate the Polish oil industry - not only through the unfavourable deal, but also through the takeover of the Schwedt (Oder) refinery in Eastern Germany which supplies a considerable part of Western Poland's oil needs. Furthermore, it also shows how the PiS-controlled media spread lies about the increase in oil prices to make it seem as if it was a PiS success, when in reality, oil prices are predicted to fall even further due to the entry of Iran into the market.
Perhaps this is the most crucial part of the text :
Biografia Jasińskiego mogłaby więc sugerować, iż był on wysokiej rangi funkcjonariuszem komunistycznego wywiadu.
The biography of Jasinski would therefore suggest that he was a high-ranking Communist intelligence officer.
The links between PiS and Russian economic and political interests are certainly very interesting.