Kaczyński couldn't stand the monthly anniversary. He demanded one thing

Kaczyński couldn't stand the monthly anniversary.  He demanded one thing

The Smolensk monthly anniversary in March was turbulent. When the PiS delegation went to Piłsudski Square, there were fights between politicians and protesters. – We need to take a photo of these scum – ordered Jarosław Kaczyński, getting out of the limousine.

Jarosław Kaczyński appeared at Pisłudski Square in the company of leading PiS politicians. The delegation laid flowers in front of the monument to Lech Kaczyński and the monument to the victims of the Smolensk Tragedy. The PiS president was accompanied by, among others, Marek Suski, Antoni Macierewicz, Mariusz Błaszczak, Stanisław Karczewski and Ryszard Terlecki. A group of PiS opponents also gathered. As politicians marched between the monuments, shouts were heard: “where is the wreck?” and “when will you finish this nativity scene?” and “Kamiński to prison”.

Activists laid a wreath at the Smolensk monument with the inscription “In memory of the 95 victims of Lech Kaczyński, who, ignoring all procedures, ordered pilots to land in Smolensk in extremely difficult conditions. Rest in peace. “Polish Nation”. Marek Suski tried to take the wreath. – We prevented a PiS MP from taking our wreath. It was crowded and dangerous, reported Zbigniew Komosa, one of the activists. – None of us had any intention of attacking anyone. The attack came from the other side, he added.

Kaczyński gave the order. “We already have everything, Mr. President”

In the recording published by OKO.Press, you can also hear the PiS president giving the order. “We need to take a photo of these scum,” he ordered, getting out of his limousine. – Yes, we have everything, Mr. President – ​​comes the reply. The next shots show PiS opponents being recorded by MP Anita Czerwińska, who published the video online a few hours later.

Czerwińska also posted a recording showing an exchange of words with one of the policemen. “The police were repeatedly asked to respond to disruption of the assembly and aggression, and did not intervene despite declarations,” the MP said. After the events at Piłsudski Square, Małgorzata Wersocka from the Warsaw Police Headquarters also spoke and informed PAP that no one had been detained. – Despite the emotions on site, it was safe – she said.

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