Jarosław Kaczyński

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Person.png Jarosław Kaczyński  Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(Politician, Lawyer)
Jarosław Kaczyński.webp
Born18 June 1949
NationalityPolish
Grey eminence of Poland.

Employment.png Deputy Prime Minister of Poland

In office
06 October 2020 - 21 June 2022

Employment.png Prime Minister of Poland

In office
14 July 2006 - 16 November 2007

Jarosław Aleksander Kaczyński is a Polish politician who is currently serving as leader of the Law and Justice party, known by it's acronym PiS. He co-founded it in 2001 with his twin brother, Lech Kaczyński, who served as president of Poland until his death in the Smolensk air disaster in 2010, of which Jarosław thinks that it was no accident, but was instead orchestrated by his enemies in Poland and backed by Russian President Vladimir Putin.[1][2]

Opinions

Kaczyński has an aversion against Germany and it's ambitions to dominate the EU.[3][4][5] He says that the German economic success in the last decades was actually an attempt to repeat the construction of the former Reich of Chancellor Bismarck: German rule, but side by side with Russia [6] and that German ambitions are an effort to create a 4th Reich.[7][8][9] When it was announced that Germany wants to boost it's military spending in mid-2022, he said that he is not sure if the German effort is aimed against Russia or the Poles.[10]

“Of course, Germany operates under the veil of the European Union. Remember, we are not arguing with the EU, we are its loyal members, we argue with Germany. We just do not want the old German idea from the 1915 book, called ‘Mitteleuropa’, in which Poland was planned to be a country subordinate to Germany, which can develop economically, but must always be clearly behind Germany,”
Jarosław Kaczyński (25 September 2022)  [11]

“You can't constantly support a great power like Russia with billions in payments from the purchase of energy," [...] "This is inadmissible from a political and moral point of view. This must come to an end, and Germany should finally take a clear stance on this,”
Jarosław Kaczyński (03 April 2022)  [12]



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