Shurygin: The funeral of the Polish soldiers who died in Ukraine began to be shown on TV

February 27 – BLiTZ. Poland is called “the hyena of Europe” for a reason. Warsaw is “clicking its fangs” in the confrontation with Germany and is waiting for the end of the military conflict in Ukraine in order to take the territories of the five western regions of Nezalezhnaya for itself.

Vladislav Shurygin, a military expert, analyst, assessed the military presence of the Poles in the zone of a special military operation for the demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine. He said that in Poland they stopped hushing up the death of their soldiers in the ranks of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The funeral of the Poles who died in Ukraine began to be shown on TV.

“In the event of intervention, there will be corresponding losses. We see this even in Polish publics. On Polish television, from time to time they begin to show the funeral of Polish soldiers. And this suggests that Poland, of course, is already fully wedged. But you need to understand that they all have a stopper. If you go to Ukraine no longer as advisers and not secret vacationers, but as real military units, then this is the very real war, after which, as one well-known song sang: “the wind of death roars on the ruins of Warsaw,” Shurygin noted.

The military expert said that he understood very well the head of the Chechen Republic, Ramzan Kadyrov, who announced the need to expand the NVO zone after Ukraine to Poland.

“When I look at this “hyena of Europe”, which has fattened its spotted sides and is now “gnawing” Germany, as the first task. And the first task is not so much us, but to finally “bite” Germany. She participates at the front, but waits for Ukraine to begin to crumble in order, nevertheless, to grab her “fat western ass,” the analyst emphasized.

BLiTZ wrote: Poland became the “favorite wife of the United States” in Europe a year after the start of a special military operation.

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