It proposes to attack Poland using the same excuse launched against Ukraine

Russian pro-gov media Pravda appeals to Stalin and threatens Poland with another invasion

The warmongering rhetoric in some Russian media is reaching extremes not seen since World War II.

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This is the case of the famous media Pravda, which was the propaganda organ of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union during the communist dictatorship. Currently the print edition is owned by the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, while the digital edition,, is a private, pro-government outlet controlled by Russian politician Konstantin Kostin, one of the leaders of United Russia (Putin's party) and deputy head of domestic policy in the Russian presidential administration.

Anger over the trip of the Polish, Czech and Slovenian prime ministers to kyiv published this midday an incendiary article against Poland, signed by the analyst Lyubov Stepushova, very close to Putin. The article shows the Russian government's anger at the travel of the prime ministers of Poland, Czechia and Slovenia with their trip to Kiev this Tuesday, and specifically at the proposal of the Polish deputy prime minister Jarosław Kaczyński that NATO send a peacekeeping force to Ukraine if requested by the government of that country.

Pravda threatens Poland with a "fourth partition"

"Polish politicians have got used to throwing words that, under current conditions, lead to escalation. The history of the Poles does not teach anything, apparently they want the fourth partition of Poland or simply self-destruct", Pravda notes. It must be remembered that in the 18th century Poland suffered three partitions that ended up erasing that country from the map in 1795. The Russian Empire was one of the beneficiaries of these partitions, with which it appropriated a large part of the former eastern territories of Poland.

Russian media appeals to Stalin and justifies Soviet invasion of eastern Poland in 1939

Pravda warns that Kaczyński's proposal "implies a direct military conflict between NATO and its member states and Russia." In addition, the Russian pro-government media describes Poland as a "hyena", to then repeat some of the lies of Stalinist propaganda against the Polish people, and even justifies the Soviet invasion of eastern Poland in 1939, hiding that it was previously agreed with Nazi Germany.

In the height of impudence, Pravda appeals to the dictator and genocidal Stalin, stating the following: "Today's Poland is a country that bears the name of Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin", a nonsense that the Russian pro-government media justifies by stating that by Soviet initiative "Poland received the eastern regions of Germany, which constitute a third of the current territory of Poland." Pravda forgets to say that this was compensation for the Kresy strip, the Polish territories invaded by the USSR in 1939, which were never returned and from which almost the entire Polish population was expelled.

Pravda calls for "the denazification of Poland", the same lie used to invade Ukraine

Pravda's threats do not end there: "It is time to carry out the denazification of Poland," the Russian media says, using the word used cynically by the Kremlin to invade Ukraine and kill its civilian population. NATO should take good note of this infamous article published by a de facto Kremlin-controlled media outlet, which is nothing more than the voice of its master. What Pravda is doing is directly pointing out Putin's next target and launch against him a pack of lies like the one he launched against Ukraine before the current invasion. After that no one should say that this could not be known.

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