Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the twin brother of Poland’s President Lech Kaczynski, said on Monday he would be run for president as the candidate for the opposition Law and Justice party (PiS).
Kaczynski is widely expected to sweep to victory at elections on June 20th on the groundswell of growing uneasiness in Poland about the plane crash that killed Lech Kaczynski, two opposition presidential candidates, key opposition party MPs, the central bank governor, the national security chief and the army heads.
The decision by Kaczynski to continue to pursue elected office recalls the behaviour of Robert Kennedy after the assassination of his brother John F Kennedy in 1963, who attempted to regain control of the US’s central bank, the Federal Reserve, from the private bankers.
The death of the Polish central bank governor in the plane crash two weeks ago has also sparked a tussle over control of monetary policy of Poland with the pro-euro, pro-IMF Tusk seeking to wrest bank reserves needed for currency interventions to keep the Zloty weak and Poland’s exports competitive.
Tusk’s government has signalled Poland might now join the eurozone soon.
In addition, Tusk said last week that he will now sign a deal blocked by Lech Kaczynski to allow Gazprom to supply Poland with 100% of the gas it needs for the next 33 years in spite of the fact that huge natural gas reserves were discovered in Poland in April.
“The tragically curtailed life of the president, the death of Poland’s patriotic elite, means just one thing for us: we must finish their mission,” Kaczynski said according to Reuters.
“Poland is our great shared obligation. We are required to overcome our personal pain and to take on this mission despite the personal tragedy. That’s why I have taken the decision to run for the presidency of Poland.”
The announcement that Kaczynski has decided to run will be a blow to Prime Minister Donald Tusk and his presidential candidate Bronislaw Komorowski, who moved quickly to declare himself acting president and fill key positions.
The controlled mainstream media is playing down Kaczynski’s chances of winning, citing various polls.
But recent polls have shown a surge of support for the opposition party and many Poles expect Kaczynski to score a resounding victory in June – as long as the elections are fair.
The election of Kaczynski will be a huge setback to the bankers hoping to absorb Poland into the eurozone and complete their political, economic and military take-over of the European Union and USA before triggering a financial meltdown, and launching a third world war over Iran with the initial support of Russian Prime Minister Vladmir Putin.
If the bankers fail to subdue Poland, then the Globalist project to impose a totalitarian, centralised government on the Europe using the EU, IMF, WHO and other supra national organisations could suffer a deadly blow.
The banksters geopolitical plans for a New World Order would be suffer defeat on the Polish battleground.