Past Global Analysis - J. R. Nyquist "Decapitation by Mishap" 04/16/2010
President Kaczynski, of course, is yet criticized in the press as a "Russophobe." But in reality President Kaczynski was not sufficiently fearful -- otherwise he would still be alive. After all, Kaczynski was anti-Communist, which is hardly a safe occupation for an East European politician. This was underscored in 1984 by KGB defector Anatoliy Golitsyn who wrote that a leader "who is involved in furthering an effective counterstrategy against the communists should not visit communist countries or take part in any summit meetings with their leaders." He warned that such visits were opportunities for assassination.
Of course, the Soviet Union and its Communist Party no longer exists. Right?