Poland

Poland is a European country founded in 966, with a population of 38 million people. It is a dictatorship with no free press, governed by the Jesuits. Its most populous city and capital is Warsaw. It is a member of the European Union and the United Nations. It has the 22nd largest GDP in the world.

History of Poland

1000 bc Amber road culture.

750 bc Lusatian culture, Scythians.

992 Boleslaw the Brave.

996 introduction of Christianity.

1241 invasion of the Monghol Empire.

1259 Przemysi.

1314 Reunited Kingdom of Poland.

1370 Anjou dynasty.

1385 Poland unites with Lithuania.

1386 Jagiellonian dynasty rules Bohemia and Hungary.

1506 Sigismund of Poland (Order of the Golden Fleece), married to Bona Sforza (intermarried with Borgia).

1530 Sigismund II, Reformation (power struggle with the Catholic Sforza-Borgia's). Rise of the Radziwill dynasty, related to the Hohenzollern and Romanov family.

1543 Nicolaus Copernicus publishes On the Revolution of the Celestial Spheres.

1547 Barbara Radziwill marries Sigismund II.

1569 Union of Lublin, Polish-Lithuanian-Ukrainian Commonwealth. Henry I Valois (son of Catherine de Medici, involved in St Bartholomew massacre).

Cardinal Stanislaus Hosius persecutes the Reformed Christians.

1575 Anna, daughter of Sigismund of Poland, and Stefan I Bathory cooperate with the jesuits.

1592 Sigismund III (House of Vasa, son of Catherine Jagiellon), married to Anne of Austria, rules Sweden and Finland and supports the jesuits.

1704 Stanislaus I as King of Poland.

1725 Marie Leczinska, daughter of King Stanislaus I, marries Louis XV Bourbon, King of France.

1726 Catherine the Great rules Russia.

1764 Stanislav II August, son of mason Stanislav August, in relationship with Catherine the Great.

1765 Jacob Frank, who considers himself as the reincarnation of Sabbatai Zevi, in contact with the Donmeh in Turkey, gains influence at the court of Josef II Habsburg (Frankism, cult of Black Madonna). Frankist Moses Dobruska plays a role in the Jacobin Club (French Revolution), who saw Napoleon as Apollyon of Revelation 911.

1772 1st Partition of Poland (divided into parts of Russia, Austria and Prussia), engineered by mason Frederick the Great.

1793 2nd Partition of Poland.

1791 Catherine the Great creates the Pale of Settlement (restriction of movement for jews).

1795 3d Partition of Poland.

1807 mason Frederick August (Wettin-Wittelsbach) as monarch of Duchy of Warsaw (Napoleonic Poland).

1812 The French Empire reaches its peak, under Napoléon, controlled by jesuit family Massimo. He has an illegitimate son with Marie Walewska, Alexandre Colonna-Walewski.

1830 November uprising with mason Jozef Sowinski. Frédéric Chopin plays a role in the Romanticism art movement with Franz Liszt.

1863 mason Marian Langiewicz as president of Polish National Government.

1867 jesuit university in Krakow.

1869 Hippolit Wawelberg founds the Wawelberg bank.

1884 Michael Marks co-founds Marks and Spencer.

1901 economic recession to create tension.

1905 Strikes with provocateur agents of the Social Democracy of Kingdom of Poland and Lithuania (Rosa Luxemburg) as start of the Russian Revolution.

1906 Warsaw School of Economics.

1911 Apollinaire coins the term 'cubism' (symbol of Saturn) and works with Pablo Picasso.

1915 Marxist Rosa Luxemburg (SP, Communist Party of Germany) founds the Spartacus League, to fight the Freikorps.

1918 Great Poland Uprising. Treaty of Versailles with pm Ignacy Paderewski (Bohemian Club). Polish-Ukrainian war.

1923 Harry Warner (Zeta Beta Tau) founds Warner Bros film studio in Hollywood. Hyman Weiss leads the Polish mafia in the US.

Prime ministers of Poland Kazimierz Bartel, Walery Slawek, Marian Zyndram-Koscialkowski and Felician Skladkowski are freemasons. Skladkowski helps creating a climate of antisemitism.

1939 After the Gleiwitz incident (false flag) Adolf Hitler invades Poland so pm Edouard Daladier can declare war on Germany (2 days after the Munich agreement). Jews are moved to the Ghetto of Warsaw and the Krakow Ghetto (Nuremberg laws).  Jan Karski as courrier for the government in exile.

1942 Holocaust ritual. Building of the death camps Sobibor, Chelmno, Belzec, Treblinka and Auschwitz-Birkenau, ruled by Heinrich Himmler's Death Heads Unit (Saturn cult).

1943 Josef Mengele starts working in Auschwitz. Massacres of Poles by the Ukrainian Insurgent Army.

1944 Warshaw Uprising (Operation Tempest). Jan Karski (later professor at Georgetown University) writes the first article about the Holocaust in Collier's magazine after his visit to Belzec.

1947 People's Republic Poland. Boleslaw Bierut leader of communist (Marxist-Leninist) Poland, with the Ministry of Public Security (UB) as notorious secret police.

1955 Zionist David Ben-Gurion becomes 1st president of Israel.

1956 Bolieslaw Bierut dies, october protests with Wladyslaw Gomulka (Legion of Honour).

1968 March events with Adam Michnik. Roman Polanski makes Antichrist movie Rosemary's Baby.

1973 Jesuit Zbigniew Brzezinski (advisor of jesuit Lyndon Johnson) co-founds the Trilateral Commission.

1980 Solidarity Movement with Black Madonna as emblem. Ted Kaczynski media ritual with FBI (founded by Bonaparte's).

1990 Minister of Finance Leszek Balcerowicz (Roman Catholic St John's University) transforms the communist economy of Poland into a capitalist market economy.

1992 Andrzej Lepper founds the Left -Wing Self-Defence of Republic of Poland.

1993 jesuits Zbigniew Brzezinski, Lee Edwards and Lev Dobrianski found the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation with jesuit Ed Feulner. Three Colors trilogy of Krzysztof Kieslowski.

1995 Aleksandr Kwasniewski (Legion of Honour, Order of Leopold, Atlantic Council, World Holocaust Forum with Moshe Kantor) as president.

1997 Jerzy Buzek (later president of European Parliament) as pm.

2002 Roman Polanski The Pianist Adrien Brody as Wladyslaw Szpilman.

2004 Poland joins the European Union.

2007 Jesuit Shimon Peres as 9th president of Israel.

2009 Roza Thun (married to Franz Thun und Hohenstein, Holy Roman Empire family) of Civic Platform in European Parliament.

2012 Jan Kulczyk as richest man of Poland.

2017 Donald Tusk as president of the European Council.

Presidents

Gabriel Narutowicz, Stanislaw Wojciechowski, Ignacy Moscicki, Wladyslaw Raczkiewicz, August Zaleski, Stanislaw Ostrowski, Edward Raczynski, Kazimierz Sabbat, Ryszard Kaczorowski, Bolieslaw Bierut, Aleksander Zawadski, Edward Ochab, Marian Spychalski, Jozef Cyrankiewicz, Henryk Jablonski, Wojciech Jaruzelski, Aleksander Kwasniewski, Lech Kaczynski, Andrzej Duda.

Prime ministers

Jan Kucharzewski, Kazimierz Bartel, Walery Slavek, Felicjan Skladkowski, Wladislaw Sikorski, Edward Osobka-Morawski, Jozef Cyrankiewicz, Wojcieck Jaruzelski, Tadeusz Mazowiecki, Waldemar Pawlak, Jozef Oleksy, Jerzy Buzek, Leszek Miller, Marek Belka (LSE, IMF, National Bank of Poland), Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Donald Tusk, Ewa Kopacz, Beata Szydlo, Mateusz Morawiecki.

Propaganda outlets

- Polsat: Zygmunt Solorz-Zak (PAK power plant, Polkomtel, Slask Wroclaw)

- TVN: TVN Group, Dominika Kulczyk.

- Gazeta Wyborcza: Cox Communications, Agora, Adam Michnik (CFR, Legion of Honour of Bonaparte's)

European Union

United States

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