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Smolensk disaster. Lassek Miller divided the victims of the Smolensk disaster. Internet users were outraged

“The people on this plane (to Smolensk – Ed.) Were divided into those who could do everything and those who could not do anything. Isa, Zola, and Jersey could do nothing. But others should not return the plane, land, or fly out. Some of them prepared this tragic fate for others.” Former Prime Minister Lessek Miller wrote that his post provoked outrage from many Twitter users.

Saturday marks the 11th anniversary of a plane crash near Smolensk, which killed Polish President Lek Kokzyasky, his wife Maria Kokziyaska and 94 other high-ranking officials, including several top state officials and military commanders. In 2010, a Polish delegation celebrated the 70th anniversary of Katin’s assassination.

“Everyone on the plane was divided into those who could do everything and those who could not do anything. Isa, Zola, Jersey could do nothing. But others should not return, land, or fly out of the plane. Some prepared this tragic fate for others. Remember us! “- Former Prime Minister Lessek Miller wrote on Twitter on Saturday.

Its entry features photographs of left-wing politicians who died on April 10, 2010, including former Deputy Prime Minister Isabella Zaruga-Novaka, former head of the Ministry of Social Policy Jolanda Simeone-Teres, former head of the Chancellor of the Exchequer Alexander Kwasniewski and former head of the Ministry of National Defense Jersey Sezmin is a former deputy speaker.

The former prime minister’s entry provoked the outrage of many Twitter users, including politicians. This topic was discussed with others by Bokuswa Sonic, a member of the Civic Alliance. “After all, passengers have no knowledge. Why does the Lord tarnish the victims according to their political affiliation? It’s a shame, ” he said. “I don’t know if this is still nonsense or meaningless …” Written by Kamil Portnisch.

“How meaningful you must be to write things like this”, “I do not believe it. How can you …”, “And who separates people here, at this point … this post will be disgraceful” – Miller’s entry Comment on Twitter users.

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