For Poles, the War didn’t end in 1945.
While everyone else celebrated, we had to face, and face alone, a new, for many unknown, war, the war that actually lasts to this day…
In the summer of 1944, as Soviet forces fighting against Germany advanced into Poland, the USSR set up a provisional puppet government of Poland called the Polish Committee of National Liberation (Polski Komitet Wyzwolenia Narodowego, PKWN).
Soviets were aware that the Polish Resistance, whose chief component was The Home Army (Armia Krajowa) and (Polish) Underground State (Polskie Państwo Podziemne) loyal to the Polish government-in-exile would have to be destroyed before they could gain complete control over Poland.
A curse was put…
“The war is not over […]. We will never agree to a different life, except in a completely sovereign, independent and just Polish State […]. I give you my last order. Continue your work and activities in the spirit of regaining full independence of the state”, the last commander of the Home Army, General Leopold Okulicki wrote in a farewell order to Home Army officers and soldiers in January 1945.
We didn’t regain independence in 1945. While the war with the Nazis ended, the new war with the Communists has only begun…
The Cursed, aka Indomitable soldiers (Żołnierze Wyklęci aka Niezłomni) fought bravely with this devilish enemy of Poland and Catholic civilization for many years.
The last one, Sgt Józef Franczak (nom de guerre Lalek) fought bravely till… 1963.
Betrayed, surrounded by 35 functionaries of ZOMO (Zmotoryzowane Odwody Milicji Obywatelskiej), paramilitary riot police unit, this last standing soldier against forces of evil, died fighting.
The honorless Communistic beasts desecrated his body by cutting off his head…
Anybody who Soviets found out had anything to do with them was to be persecuted and eliminated.
The remaining ones had to hide and live undercover.
The memory about them was erased from history.
These heroes were to be forever forgotten…
For half a century the remembrance about Indomitable soldiers was kept in the hearts of those who couldn’t even whisper about it.
Only recently, a Christian-democratic, national-conservative government, chosen by Polish People in democratic elections, after more than 50 years of rule of first Communists and then Post-Communists, finally start to restore the memory of forgotten heroes.
The war, however, has not ended.
Grandsons and granddaughters of these brave soldiers after decades of prosecutions, to this day, still have to fight with the offsprings of the murderers of their parents and grandparents, who until this day hold many prominent positions in public life.
Like wolfs in sheep’s clothing, calling themselves “democrats”, “liberals” or “pro-European”, these in fact, (neo) Marxist traitors, constantly attack Poland and Poles using the same techniques as… Stalin did against the Indomitable Soldiers more than half a century ago, calling conservative, Catholic Poles… “fascist”, “antisemites” etc. …
Please, don’t be ignorant. Know true history. Spread the word.
Help these heroes and Poland regain our honor because each day we are being attacked by the forces of evil simply because we are… Catholic country.
Honor and the Glory for the Heroes!
Praised be Jesus Christ, our only Savior!
01.03.2019, Tomasz Stachura
NATIONAL REMEMBRANCE DAY OF THE CURSED (AKA INDOMITABLE) SOLDIERS PROMO:
A SHORT ANIMATION ON STORY OF POLAND IN WORLD WAR II (narrated by Sean Bean):