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Heard in Passing
February 27, 2015   
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“Politicians in Warsaw are acting like there is bulletproof glass separating us from Ukraine and shielding us from all the negative consequences of Russia invading that country.”
—Paweł Kowal, former foreign minister and ex-Eurodeputy, on the passivity of Polish officials in the EU in the face of the Ukrainian crisis

“We have two left-wing corpses in Poland these days; the difference between them is that Your Movement is six feet under and the Democratic Left Alliance only two.”
—Robert Kwiatkowski, a former CEO of Poland’s public television broadcaster and a onetime member of the two aforementioned parties

“Truth in a democracy is about as useful as a chapel in a brothel.”
—Marian Kowalski, the radical National Movement’s candidate in this May’s presidential elections

“I propose a resolution to condemn the annexation of East Germany by West Germany in 1989, especially because—unlike in Crimea—no referendum was held in East Germany.”

—Nikolai Ivanov, a deputy in Russia’s State Duma, responding to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, which criticized Russia for annexing Crimea

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