There is a need to revise relations between Poland and the EU

As the portal found out, Didier Reynders sent the Polish government a letter in which he questions the status of the Chamber of Extraordinary Control and Public Affairs, which will decide on the validity of the parliamentary elections planned for October in Poland. This means – contrary to earlier assurances of the EC – a continuation of the open war of the European Commission with the government of Mateusz Morawiecki and the Poles who elected this government in democratic and free elections.

Although the judiciary is not within the competences granted to the European Union bodies by the treaties, this does not prevent EU officials from interfering with them once again, violating international agreements and good democratic practices. The spice of the whole thing is added by the fact that the said Commissioner Reynders, like all commissioners, was not elected by universal suffrage, which means that he was not appointed in a democratic way. This representative of the least democratic institution in Europe allows himself to undermine the Polish organs exercising constitutional power only because he would probably see a representative of the Polish opposition as prime minister.

It is worth recalling at this point that exactly the same Reynders became famous a moment earlier for sharp statements against the establishment of a commission in Poland to investigate Russian influence. All this in the face of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, and the consequent regular war on Polish borders. Perhaps it would be worthwhile for the Polish Intelligence Agency to take Reynders under the microscope and check in whose interest he is acting, because certainly neither in Poland nor in the interest of the European Union. By the way, the latter – as I wrote in Schuman Optics Magazine – could use counterintelligence protection and a commission for Russian influence, because EU officials take too many actions that are in Russia’s interest.

Returning, however, to the letter that Reynders had the courage to submit to the Polish government, once again the EC proves that it is able to use the greatest lawlessness to achieve ideological goals, because this is what the fight between it and the current Polish government is about. If the opposition ruled in Warsaw, which would agree to the federalization of the European Union under the auspices of Germany and to all new-left, gender perversions, then there would be no attacks on Poland in the EP, no grilling of the Polish government or attempts to change it. Reynders’ letter clearly proves that the EU mainstream is aware of the weakness of the Polish opposition and will at all costs – including gangster means, to which it is capable, as can be seen from the aforementioned letter – interfere in the electoral process. Perhaps he will even try to destabilize the internal situation in our country, counting on its serious weakening. This is nothing more than open aggression undertaken not by military means, but by political and economic ones. Aggression from which other European countries should draw conclusions, on which EU officials will want to impose governments in an equally unlawful way, which must end if not totalitarianism, then at least dictatorship. The question remains, to what extent the lack of PO and Donald Tusk’s electoral program results precisely from the strategy of taking power using the aggression of institutions and people in Brussels? I wonder if the leader of the opposition will be willing to comment on this issue?

The EU mainstream wants to deprive Poland of its sovereignty in favor of a superstate subordinated to the authorities in Berlin. If that had happened, Adolf Hitler’s dream of conquering Europe would have come true. Such a course of events was predicted by Robert Schuman, who wrote many years before the unification of Germany: “Germany will be forever dissatisfied. This is why there was and probably always will be a German problem. As long as they are divided, as long as they long for unity, Germany poses less of a threat to peace in other countries. As soon as their need for unity is satisfied, they again become obsessed with new ideas of domination. They are easily persuaded that providence has a special mission for them”. This “special mission” is very much hindered by the Catholic Polish nation and the Polish government, which is in favor of the community of European countries, and not their federalization and the creation of a superstate. Hence, one should be prepared for even more severe attacks from left-liberal circles that control the majority of positions and processes within the EU.

Ultra vires activities undertaken by Reynders may contribute to the revision of relations between Poland and the EU. In the current situation, it would be worth firstly to ask the Constitutional Tribunal to examine the constitutionality of the conditionality mechanism, and then of the Lisbon Treaty along with the entire content of the EU law adopted after it was signed. This would not only cool down the aspirations of EU officials, but above all, it would be a revision of the actions taken so far and would allow the implementation of repair systems. It would also restore the value of law as law, because due to the illegal actions of EU officials and the authorities in Berlin, international law has been depreciated and deprived of both its content and value, which leads directly to the anarchy that we are witnessing with Reynders.

Reynders – and not only him – opposes the community of European nations built by Schuman on the basis of Christian foundations. “This Europe,” wrote the father of the European Community, “must rest on democratic foundations. Councils, committees and other authorities must be controlled by public opinion”. “European integration must generally avoid the mistakes of our national democracies, in particular excessive bureaucracy and technocracy. Complex structures and accumulation of jobs do not protect against abuse, but sometimes they are the result of exaggeration and favoritism. Administrative paralysis is a fundamental danger that threatens every supranational organization” – he warned. He also pointed out that “either democracy will be Christian or it will not exist at all”. “An anti-Christian democracy would be a travesty that would descend into tyranny or anarchy” – wrote Robert Schuman. In this context, it is clearer that the actions of people like Didier Reynders must lead and are already leading to the disintegration of the European Union and attempts to replace it with a superstate with totalitarian characteristics.

Anna Wiejak

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