Upon reading between the lines of Polish President Andrzej Duda’s latest interview, it’s clear that he inadvertently made the following “politically inconvenient” points: 1) Poland exploited the Ukrainian Conflict to expand its envisaged regional “sphere of influence”; 2) another Color Revolution might be brewing in Belarus; and 3) Russia could ultimately win this proxy war if Kiev decides to cede territory as part of a (partially?) French-mediated compromise.
After donating much of Poland's inventory of pre-1990 Soviet arms to Ukranazistan, should we consider the Duda Administration's plans to rearm to be credible?
The "South Korean Abrams" tanks Poland is purchasing are very capable, but what is the delivery schedule? How many of these will Poland really be able to afford?
Will Duda's plans compensate for the arms he already donated, or significantly the strategic order in Eastern Europe?
How friendly can the US and UK be with Duda when they really want to regime change him, and install a woke liberal progressive in his place?
Given 1) Duda's donations of pre-1990 Soviet arms to Ukranazistan, and 2) the BiteMe Administration's pledge to replace these weapons with comparable American ones, do you expect the US to deliver these replacement weapons before 2093?
The conflict in Ukraine has confirmed that one of the most destabilizing factors in Europe is the revanchism and historical revisionism of far-right Polish Catholics, nurtured since the days of Walesa and the Kaczynski brothers. If only they understood that their abject submission to the US is what will never allow them to revive their dreams of greatness with the 3SI.