29 May 2020 #56,461
Surprisingly, how merciful toward Czechs and Russians they were...
In case of Russians they meant a role of slaves for them - needed to exploit the vast spaces of Siberia, mine natural resources, produce timber, food etc. With Czechs, the other half that wouldn't be slaughtered was probably destined for forceful germanization and assimilation. With Poles they apparently didn't have much hope.
Poland should really commit itself to the EU and build a slavic alliance inside! :)
That's what I have been saying for ages! Just like France, Italy, Spain, Portugal and Greece can have their Mediterranean Block (or whatever they want to call it) within the EU, in the same way Intermarium should form a similar block - the EU got too big to be overly centralised, it needs efficient smaller (but bigger than single countries) units within it.
Not Belarus, Serbia, Ukraine or Russia anytime soon.
We already discussed Russia... they consider Belarus and Ukraine as their closest sphere of influence. What happens when a country wants to leave that sphere of inflience, we could observe in Crimea and East Ukraine :-/
I have high hopes for Serbia though. As a part of EU, and with their traditional good relations with Russia, they might be the key to future European peace and stability.