Polish journalist Tomasz Maciejczuk is one of the most scandalous characters in the Russian media space where he promotes the Polish point of view and says that he is ready to defend it with force.
“Dear Azeris and Turks,” writes Maciejczuk, “Thank you very much for your messages with threats and insults. You convinced me that your peoples do not have and will never have any relation with the European civilization. Your place is not in a European house but at its doorstep, or even better – outside the fence.
You are writing that the Poles have lost to the Turks and… Azeris? Let me remind you, dear nomads, that in the battle for Vienna in 1683, the Poles along with Belarusians, Ukrainians, Lithuanians, and Armenians cut thousands of dirty bastards who wanted to destroy our civilization. It did not work then, and it won’t work tomorrow.
We are stronger than you, we are better than you, and you will always envy us because you don’t have the capability to become builders, create, and make the world a better place and life easier and more enjoyable.
By the way, I really like the Polish monument to John III Sobieski. Look carefully – who lies under the Polish king?
Yes, you guessed it, some smelly shepherd who, like you, believed that he was stronger than Europeans but died from a Polish saber hitting his wild and impudent face.
And one more thing – do not lie that the Armenians are supporting me with money. I am with Armenia in the conflict with Muslims because I am with the European civilization, a European way of life, and European freedom – just like the Armenians who are protecting Europe from Islamization in the southeast.
My dream is the Armenian flag on Mount Ararat. The tattoo that I showed to your piglet Faud [Turkish journalist Fuad Abbasov] on the First Channel, or whatever his name was, the tattoo that you did not like so much has been made by the Armenians in Lyubertsy, for which many thanks to them.
All the best and… Let’s make Europe great again!”