Poland Demands Reparations From the Former Soviet Republics For the Aggression Of the

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More than 70 years have passed since the end of the Second World War, but the revision of the outcome of the war is still going on. Despite the fact that all issues have been figured out for a long time, some countries persistently keep stirring up the past. Thus, Poland wants to receive a compensation for the damage done to the country during the invasion of the Red Army in 1939. That was reported by the head of the parliamentary reparations group of the Polish Sejm, MP from the ruling Law and Justice party Arkadiusz Mularczyk on his Twitter account:

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Discussed the reparations issue today. $200 billion damage must be paid by the countries which as part of Red Army participated in aggression against Poland in 1939. Ethnic composition of occupation forces:

If previously Warsaw put forward claims to unfriendly Russia only, now the Poles are going to demand military reparations totaling $ 200 billion from all states whose residents being the Red Army soldiers invaded Poland in 1939 (Ukrainians, Georgians, Belarusians, Kazakhs etc). It refers to the events from which the Second World War began. September 1, 1939 Hitler's Germany attacked Poland, and 17 days later the Soviet-Polish border was crossed by the Red Army. In the Soviet Union the operation was called a "liberation campaign", in modern Russia it's called - "the Polish campaign of the Red Army". However, in Poland these events are considered to be an occupation. In 2009, the Sejm adopted a resolution according to which the Red Army campaign of the 1939 was classified as aggression against Poland, and formally accused the USSR of cooperating with the Nazi Germany in unleashing the Second World War.

This is not the first time when the Poles, considering themselves to be the victims of the Second World War, who have not been compensated for in any way, raise the issue of payment of war reparations. One and the same Arkadiusz Mularczyk some time ago made an offer to demand the compensation from Germany for losses the German attack and numerous crimes that had been committed against the Poles during the war were cause of. Then, according to the calculations of the Sejm, the sum was more than 500 billion dollars. However, the German government rejected such claims, saying that all possible reparations had already been paid, and Warsaw had no any legal reasons to demand the reparations.

It should be noted that neither Russia nor any of the former Soviet republics have reacted to the statement of the Polish politician.
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Can't really be surprised from a right-wing conspiracy theorist government.
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More than 70 years have passed since the end of the Second World War, but the revision of the outcome of the war is still going on. Despite the fact that all issues have been figured out for a long time, some countries persistently keep stirring up the past. Thus, Poland wants to receive a compensation for the damage done to the country during the invasion of the Red Army in 1939. That was reported by the head of the parliamentary reparations group of the Polish Sejm, MP from the ruling Law and Justice party Arkadiusz Mularczyk on his Twitter account:

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Discussed the reparations issue today. $200 billion damage must be paid by the countries which as part of Red Army participated in aggression against Poland in 1939. Ethnic composition of occupation forces:

If previously Warsaw put forward claims to unfriendly Russia only, now the Poles are going to demand military reparations totaling $ 200 billion from all states whose residents being the Red Army soldiers invaded Poland in 1939 (Ukrainians, Georgians, Belarusians, Kazakhs etc). It refers to the events from which the Second World War began. September 1, 1939 Hitler's Germany attacked Poland, and 17 days later the Soviet-Polish border was crossed by the Red Army. In the Soviet Union the operation was called a "liberation campaign", in modern Russia it's called - "the Polish campaign of the Red Army". However, in Poland these events are considered to be an occupation. In 2009, the Sejm adopted a resolution according to which the Red Army campaign of the 1939 was classified as aggression against Poland, and formally accused the USSR of cooperating with the Nazi Germany in unleashing the Second World War.

This is not the first time when the Poles, considering themselves to be the victims of the Second World War, who have not been compensated for in any way, raise the issue of payment of war reparations. One and the same Arkadiusz Mularczyk some time ago made an offer to demand the compensation from Germany for losses the German attack and numerous crimes that had been committed against the Poles during the war were cause of. Then, according to the calculations of the Sejm, the sum was more than 500 billion dollars. However, the German government rejected such claims, saying that all possible reparations had already been paid, and Warsaw had no any legal reasons to demand the reparations.

It should be noted that neither Russia nor any of the former Soviet republics have reacted to the statement of the Polish politician.
It’s outrageous to ask for these reparations now.

It should have been done at the time in 1945, however they were occupied by Russia then so they should have done it 30 years ago after the fall of the Soviet Union.

Too late now
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Maybe they saw how much support there appears to be for African reparations so they wanted to get in on the action. That's the problem, where do you draw the line?
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Gentile Poles were some of first to be put into camps for resisting Nazis not Jews

You'll never hear of any of those people on TV because they'll tell a different narrative to what the Jews peddle.
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