WPWB – Lecture: Smolensk – a British Analysis


This is a copy of the letter written to every member of the House of Lords. Everyone else, including members of the House of Commons received a shortened version of this, though those in the Government and on the Foreign Committee received a similar full version. Many embassies also received this. See also PWWB on Facebook.                                                                                                                                       The lecture is free and open to all.


Dear Sir/Madam

I am the Leader of the Free Poles in Great Britain – WPWB, a PWWB division. I was born and educated in London. I am a member of several Polish institutions here, holding office in some, notably Secretary General of the Polish Society of Arts and Sciences Abroad.

I would like to invite you to my WPWB lecture about the Smolensk Air Crash on the 10th April 2010 in which Putin’s Russia group murdered leading Polish patriots, notably the Polish President Lech Kaczynski, in order to regain control over Poland. This will be held in the Senate Room in Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU, the University of London’s Centre in Bloomsbury, at 6.30pm on Wednesday 29th February 2012. The lecture will concentrate on the facts and consequent analysis as in my book Smolensk ISBN 1 871771 85 4 which will be launched then. 

Previously WPWB organised a March through Whitehall on Sunday 11th December 2011 and delivered a petition-letter to 10 Downing St to draw attention to Smolensk and call for an International Commission. It organised a multi-protest on the 1st July 2011 against the current Polish regime which collaborated with Russia in this murder to re-acquire power; it was the chief organiser of the Smolensk Air Crash Public Rally held in Trafalgar Square on Sunday 10th April 2011; it co-organised a Smolensk conference on the 30th January 2011 in which the Russian dissident and Presidential candidate Vladimir Bukovsky spoke. 



Putin’s Russia has expanded her influence; she has now re-armed, notoriously modernising her nukes, ready for when Premier Putin becomes President again on the 4th March 2012. There may be a crisis from this year onwards, so Great Britain is in danger, as is the whole world.

At the Smolensk Air Crash Russia executed 96 Poles. Harsh facts support this accusation that Smolensk was no accident. Putin’s Russia has deliberately:

  • lied, e.g. asserting that the Polish plane had made 4 attempts to land whereas the official Russian MAK report admitted it had made only 1 attempt
  • destroyed evidence, e.g. the plane wreck was vandalised and left in the open
  • covered-up, e.g. not handed over the black boxes and over a 100 documents to the Poles.

The official Russian MAK report admitted that the Smolensk control tower misled the Polish pilots onto the crash course – so it cannot have been solely the pilots’ fault. This is the key point.

Nor is it possible at such a low speed, so close to the ground, and by hitting soft mud, that the plane would have been so badly damaged and all inside killed. It was actually a thermo-baric bomb planted in Poland that so destroyed it and killed nearly all of them – any survivors being then ruthlessly shot in the subsequent 10 minutes before the sirens came on.

So Smolensk shows up Russia. It is part of her traditional policy of murdering those who do not want to be ruled by her or her communistish system. Communistish Russia, which USA termed a mafia State, tried at Smolensk to destroy Polish independence and culture just as communist Russia at Katyn et al where she mass murdered Polish officers. 

In Russia the communists rule overtly; they do not need the help of collaborators as in Poland. There is an opposition in Russia, but it is weak and ineffectual – and unlike in Libya, NATO will not help. Russia is a threat, especially against a debt-weakened West. So Russia is a problem for the whole world, especially UK, EU, USAand NATO, in particular her neighbours China, Japan, Ukraine, Estonia, where she is waging cyber-warfare. Russia is at it again.

The question is – What will Russia do next? There will probably soon be a crisis when unlike in 2004 she will not back down; this could turn into a war that would destroy Poland, probably UK, possibly USA, Wesern Europe and ironically Russia herself, maybe terminating the world, so WW3 – all the nukes are still there. At Yalta USA and UK ignored Poland’s plight, only to find they were Russia’s next target. Smolensk is not only Free Poland’s plight.



Poland’s current regime is communistish. Almost all her communist political structure has remained, notably the State administration, judiciary and secret police – who still murder Polish patriots, dressing this up as accidents and suicides. There were no Nuremberg trials of Polish communist torturers and murderers, who continue to operate, e.g. over a million people have their phones tapped. Free Poland helped overthrow communism; however the Polish communists with the help of collaborators retained power (1989-90 was a set-up) – all they abandoned was their ideology, so the collapse of communism was only partial. This was because alas Lech Walesa did not jump over a wall to enter the Gdansk Lenin Shipyard on the 14th August 1980; he was in fact a collaborator who was brought by the communist secret police to its rear; so he has helped the communists and collaborators rule from 1989.

Russia by Smolensk put the current communistish Polish regime into power because it serves her, witness the GazProm robbery. So it is Putin’s Poland, Russia’s Trojan horse in EU and NATO – unfit to be in either, let alone hold the EU Presidency. This collaborationist Polish regime helped Russia eliminate its opposition; it has made no attempt to push the Smolensk investigation, instead prasing her, even when the Russians have blatantly lied – it has even helped murder uncomfortable witnesses who showed Smolensk was no accident.


The lecture will end calling for an International Commission to investigate the Smolensk Air Crash (precisely what Russia and communistish Poland fear and do not want) – owing to the inadequacy of the investigation to-date. There is a petition for this at www.onepoland.eu

I could meet you to discuss these points and how you could help – and how I can bring this analysis to Great Britain’s attention so it (and the world) avoids this oncoming danger. It is also vital to raise this matter in the House of Lords. Please tell me if you will come to this lecture.

Dr Marek Laskiewicz, Head, PWWB