Sunday, September 27, 2015

How many Poles had to take one for Team USSR?

Cuts best eaten cold Polish-style, (for Russia's foot-in-mouth diplomat Sergey Andreev);
Poland’s highest state officials have reburied the remains of 35 national heroes, men who fought the Germans during World War II only to be killed after the war by a new communist leadership that felt threatened by their patriotism.

The remains of the victims were recently recovered from unmarked mass graves with bullet holes in the back of their skulls.
With the bullets provided by the predecessors of Vladimir Putin.

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