Thursday, February 14, 2019

Warsaw stages apple circus on behalf of Putan Putanowich - Gives him moral support in crucial moment for war against Ukraine

Kaczurinskis(Dudeki and Moraweckis) stage clown circus in Warsaw...point🔫🔫give me give me ahhhh🔫🔫 rotten apples into Western Europe and demand for Poland to either rape EU anti Russian sanctions(what core idea is - just ask yourself who is financing whole circus as seen here) or "get"(how the hell will you get same when you are trying to sell and Germans are opposite from you buying which is just as bad for EU or I should say even worse) "same" as Germany. 

No doubt Germany should be placed on notice in respect to war in Ukraine, but Poland needs to understand along with Russia that USA alone(Germany is just a US member asssociate, but powerful enough to engage in same type of game even as independant global player) is about as 10 x times as strong as USSR was and one doesn't care much about either Ukrainian/Polish or Russian model...if Ukrainian Polish model demonstrates competence(I would say preferably), US will play with one and if not, Russian can be just as used against two by the three(since both act on political stage semi retarded and three work against one another even via war, it is unsure which side to clearly take).

Polish politic as is,(Used by Moscow on behalf of Moscow to steer problems / confusion on international and domestic political stage - acting awkwards while swiftly stabbing laws/treaties) can't go on...have proven itself to be fatal(totally fake) for neighbors like Ukraine and world. Germany(EAGER FOR DEVELOPMENT) would want strong cooperation with Poland, but seems one will find MUCH FASTER stronger ally in unlikely war thorn distanced Ukraine(not even that is 100% sure despite fact that latest Poroshenko news is indicating positive development in direction of national security - for this developpement, 10.000 + lost lives was necessary as Ukraine was once what Poland still is today)

Can Poland strike real deal in respect to national sovereignty and trigger with it German cancellation of Russian oil pipe line is questionable...possible off course(thing to do that already legs behind big time), but again retardedly questionable. Related to Belarus which also will just like Poland already did take clear side of the conflict in the certain moment.
You can observe that Russia even changed older real Russian anthem to old USSR anthem in 2016. Must be something about my prophecies and facts I disclosed.

USA is in my eyes #1 country in the world when it comes to rational/logical leadership...I have quite a problem with one and will prevail no doubt in conflict due to international and domestic US laws/treaties, but US knows how to bring world forward.

Polish farmers should be assisted in apple and other export(farmers are one of most important assets of any country and are core to its independence), and Polish state should finally make clear case whether one exists on the first place as a sovereign state. Sad to push farmers and Ukrainian apple pickers(click here) who were thrown out of their homes via war and Polish workers and Polish soldiers and Polish border patrol and so on Polish on a front line of something that doesn't exist. 

Vladimir Putin finds unlikely ally in Polish farmers

Poland is rarely an advocate of moves that might help Moscow. But as its farmers suffer from EU sanctions against Russia and fear incoming agribusiness, Putin's anti-sanctions coalition has garnered an unlikely ally.

Several thousand Polish farmers descended on the president's residence in Warsaw, demanding the government restart trade with Russia and restrict imports of food products from Western Europe. 

"We have always exported our apples to Russia," Agnieszka Jaworska, who owns and runs an orchard 50 kilometers (35 miles) south of Warsaw, told DW. Jaworska says incomes in the sector have halved since the Russian counter embargo was imposed in 2014. "Prices dropped dramatically, by over 50 percent."

"We were the only business affected. We are paying the price. Russia is building its pipeline to Germany, but we are paying the price. I am against this. It's not fair," she added

In 2014, several Western states slapped sanctions on Russia over its annexation of Crimea. In return, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree banning imports of some agriculture and food products from countries that had adopted anti-Russia sanctions, including Poland. 

Russia has since destroyed thousands of tons of foreign food, mainly fruit and in particular apples from Poland and Turkish tomatoes. Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev defended this as necessary for health reasons, saying that "the apples that get exported are drowned in chemicals by the Poles, but then they eat the good ones themselves."

Poles responded with a campaign to eat more apples: "Eat apples to annoy Putin," but apple exports fell by 19 percent between 2014 and 2015. Before the introduction of sanctions, the country had exported 1.2 million tons of apples, of which 700,000 tons went to Russia. 

Last year Poland had a big apple harvest of 4.5 million tons, an historical record for the domestic industry. Apples account for more than 80 percent of the fruit production and Poland is the biggest apple-growing country in the EU, home to almost a third of all apple orchards in the bloc. But the bumper harvest means oversupply, driving prices down to a level where they don't cover production costs.

Sanctions to stay in place

Most EU members, led by Germany, want the sanctions to remain in place until Russia and Ukraine make progress in ending the conflict. Italy's right wing government and others mainly on the right in Europe have called for an end to sanctions against Russia. Moscow has made lifting sanctions one of its key priorities and many believe it has used whatever often covert leverage in can to exert pressure to that end in EU capitals.

Given that Warsaw is possibly the leading anti-Russia voice in the EU, the move puts the government in an odd position. After a recent Polish beef export scare, Warsaw's claims to have the "cleanest" agriculture in the EU have been dented and while Warsaw and Brussels remain at loggerheads over judiciary reforms, Warsaw's chances of overturning sanctions are very low, but the ruling party needs the support of farmers ahead of elections later this year. 

Cool government response 

The protests provoked a muted reaction from Polish officials. "I don't understand the demands — to improve relations with our eastern neighbors and increase trade with Russia?" Polish Minister of Agriculture Jan Krzysztof Ardanowski asked.

"Russia is also an agrarian country, it produces a huge amount of agricultural products. But the protesters do not seem to remember this, they think that over the past 30-40 years nothing has changed. Russia is now the world's second-largest grain exporter, it also grows apples that it used to buy. So the Russians are not interested in significant imports. In addition, our relations with Russia depend on the EU, which imposed the embargo," he added.

The agriculture ministry when asked also suggested DW consult with Brussels.

The Polish government had been considering withdrawal of 500,000 tons of apples from the market at a fixed price to alleviate the situation for growers. But the long-term plan now seems to be to focus on high-quality apples to ensure sustainability and profitability by meeting the demands of international clients.

Russian indignation 

A Russian official told DW it was unlikely the protests would have much impact on Polish politicians. "The government in Warsaw will still continue serving the American oligarchy," Vladimir Kashin, head of the Duma Committee on Agrarian Affairs, said. "There is absolutely no need for Polish apples, or fruits and vegetables, on the Russian market. They are easy to replace by products from other countries that are on friendly terms with the Russian government," he added. 

Poland looking for new markets

There have also been efforts to channel the surplus into making cider, with fruit-growers seeing it as a strategic opportunity to develop new products.

Poland has also been eyeing new markets for its apples, including China, the world's largest producer of the fruit, and the Middle East and North Africa. 

Poland also sells its apples to Belarus and many of these replace Belarusian apples exported to Russia. Minsk has also converted apples into apple juice and apple concentrates. The Russian Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance (Rosselkhoznadzor) regularly uncovers Polish apples being smuggled into Russia and destroys such production. Belarus accounts for about 40 percent of Polish apple exports.

Poland's government is meanwhile open to foreign agribusiness entering the country. A Chinese state enterprise purchased the largest fruit concentrate producer in Poland, Appol. Polish farmers are worried that large volumes of cheap Chinese fruit juice will flood the domestic market disguised as European products with Polish labels and force local farmers out of business.

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