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Report: Russian Missiles Hit a Farm in Poland, Killed Two People

Report: Russian Missiles Hit a Farm in Poland, Killed Two People

Polish “Prime Minister [Mateusz] Morawiecki urgently convened the Committee of the Council of Ministers for National Security and Defense Affairs.”

A U.S. intelligence official reported that two Russian missiles crossed into Poland.

The missiles hit a farm in Przewodów, located near Poland’s border with Ukraine.

The hit occurred when Russia launched 85 missiles at Ukraine.

Here is a report from Polish radio (I used Google translate):

They hit the grain dryer. Two people died. The police, prosecutor’s office and the army are on the spot.

The fire brigade previously confirmed that there were explosions in the town of Przewodów. – The causes of this incident are not known at the moment – said in an interview with Radio Lublin the spokesman of the County Headquarters of the State Fire Service in Hrubieszów, senior captain Marcin Lebiedowicz. – We received a notification of an explosion at the drying yard. In fact, upon arrival, we confirm that something like this happened. Two people died on the spot. At the moment, we are securing the scene and lighting the area of ​​the action – he added.

Radio ZET reporter Michał Dzienyński found out that the explosions took place when a tractor drove onto the weighbridge. – We do not know what happened, the area is secured – the secretary of the Dołhobyczów commune told us.

The Polish radio station also confirmed that “Prime Minister [Mateusz] Morawiecki urgently convened the Committee of the Council of Ministers for National Security and Defense Affairs.”

Russia is denying the reports:

The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation denied reports that Russian missiles had landed on Polish territory.

“Information provided in the Polish media and by officials about the alleged fall of ‘Russian’ missiles in the area of ​​Przewodów is a deliberate provocation aimed at escalating the situation,” the Russian Defense Ministry said on its Telegram channel.

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Sounds like Russia owes Poland an apology…how awkward for an angry dying dictator.

    The Gentle Grizzly in reply to healthguyfsu. | November 15, 2022 at 2:53 pm

    Dying? What did I miss?

      Vlad will live as long as the FSB allows him to after the Uke debacle.

      healthguyfsu in reply to The Gentle Grizzly. | November 15, 2022 at 3:55 pm

      Aren’t we all dying?

      No, but the rumor is that he has cancer. It’s been neither debunked nor confirmed but with Russian healthcare I imagine his days are numbered.

      Subotai Bahadur in reply to The Gentle Grizzly. | November 15, 2022 at 4:05 pm

      There have been reports, mostly unconfirmed, that that Putin has any of a number of terminal diseases. Mostly pancreatic cancer and Parkinson’s disease. Mostly in Brit papers. It has been noted [with pictures] that he has marks on the back of his hands indicating IV’s and reports of inability to use his right hand and also difficulty walking. Nothing confirmed, however Putin has denied any health problems which with Russia can almost be taken as confirmation.

      He is 70 years old. I am a bit older than that, and I know I have a number of infirmities. And I have the benefit of US healthcare. In any case, it would not be too unusual for him to have some health problems.

      Subotai Bahadur

      I recently read he has pancreatic cancer and Perkinson’s.

    JohnSmith100 in reply to healthguyfsu. | November 15, 2022 at 4:05 pm

    What Russia needs is a few hundred thousand dead for each person they have killed. Even better, find a way to bring Putin to justice. Putin likely has aspirations of recreating the former Soviet Union, and he will not stop.

      Free State Paul in reply to JohnSmith100. | November 15, 2022 at 7:58 pm

      Should Americans pay the same price for the millions of civilians we killed in Korea, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos,Serbia, Iraq, Somalia, Libya, Afghanistan…?

      Should every living American president be charged with war crimes?

      CommoChief in reply to JohnSmith100. | November 16, 2022 at 10:20 am

      We stacked the bodies pretty damn high in Iraq and Afghanistan my friend. Unless you are volunteering to go to the head of the line of sacrifices that’s a non starter.

      rungrandpa in reply to JohnSmith100. | November 16, 2022 at 12:49 pm

      Russian civilians would happily withdraw from Ukraine if they could make the decision. True irony to kill them for their communist leader’s decision.

    Many people dislike Disqus, but I like the ability to see who has up or down-voted comments. That would, for example, answer the question of who saw fit to downvote healthguyfsu’s comment.

    CellarDoor in reply to healthguyfsu. | November 16, 2022 at 9:23 am

    The mussels were identified as coming from Ukraine. Please do better when reporting. It matters in situtstions like this.

    Yeah, the 48 hour rule is probably best used in this case. I’ve heard that it might be a loose S-300 antiaircraft missile (they’re fairly big and long-ranged), but if two of them hit, that lowers the probability. Still, we can probably say with 100% accuracy that it was Russian-*manufactured* missiles that hit, since both sides are shooting things that came out of the same factory decades ago. (irony)

Does anybody have eyes on Obama?

I’m trying to figure out what the nexus is between runaway Russian missiles and a tractor crossing a “weighbridge.”

Normally, a display of Russian military incompetence would encourage me, but then I’m remembering that I’m thinking in 1960s terms of our own military, long before it started playing Capture The Rainbow Flag.

The point would be to make Russia gun-shy.

Great, just the justification the warmongers need to get us into another war we need no part of.

Who knows but Russia always lies about what they did or even did not do. That habit is left over from being Communists. China the same way.

    Dathurtz in reply to Whitewall. | November 15, 2022 at 6:14 pm

    Have you met western governments?

    Ironclaw in reply to Whitewall. | November 15, 2022 at 7:21 pm

    Have you seen the pedophile in the white house? Talk about someone who lies about everything. I’d sooner believe the Russians than anybody morally bankrupt enough to work for a pedophile like Biden.

    Free State Paul in reply to Whitewall. | November 15, 2022 at 8:03 pm

    America’s definition of diplomacy since WW2 is non-stop lying. We learned it from the British, who have been lying for centuries.

Lenin once said: Try it with a bayonet, if it’s soft, push. If hard, leave.

There are no do-overs with missiles. Oops, so sorry, is not satisfactory. People opposed to aiding Ukraine – anti-proxy warriors – claim that foolish proxy-warmongers such as myself are blind to the notion if we push Putin to the “brink” that he will do something bad … like nook us, or something else considered super crazy.

The anti-proxy warriors prefer appeasement. If the West were wise, we would allow Tsar Putin the First to overrun Ukraine. They’re mutt people. All corrupt. Not worthy of “giving a f*** about.”

“when a bear looks in the pond it see’s itself.” I’ve no idea what that means but George Keenan said it so it’s probably important.

    Whitewall in reply to Tiki. | November 15, 2022 at 3:52 pm

    Putin is at the brink. We in the West are not his problem. The yes men in the military who have looted Russia’s capabilities the last 20 years and lied to him are his problem. The FSB might also be his problem up to and including establishing a separate private military to replace Putin’s failed and destroyed military.

      Putin is at the brink? Nah. He’s just another Russian autocrat behaving like a Russian autocrat; an Irredentist.

      Russia invaded Moldova and setup a puppet state called Transnistria. Russia invaded Georgia and grabbed south Ossetia. Russia invaded Ukraine and annexed Crimea. After WWII Russia snatched East Karelia and Königsberg (now Kaliningrad) and for helping Assad he got the Port of Tartus.

      Appeasement is cowardice in the face of Russian imperialist aggression.

        Tiki in reply to Tiki. | November 15, 2022 at 6:43 pm

        Zombie Neville Chamberlain is following me around!
        I’m waiting to cross swords with the anti-proxy warriors.

        Hot, cold or proxy, we have been at war with Russia since the Bolshevik revolution. We either ignore history or embrace it. Which is it? Because history shows us that Russian autocrats believe all peoples and nations bordering Russia proper are its property. And if they can’t have it they turn it to rubble.

        Anyone here happen to notice since 1991 that every ~10 years Russia annexes the territory of a former vassal state? For those unaware; take notice. And why would Russians wait a decade between annexations? Because our institutional memory lasts for as long as an election cycle. Autocratic Russia is patient.

        Free State Paul in reply to Tiki. | November 15, 2022 at 8:09 pm

        Very detailed comment. Now explain why ANY of those events are any of our business.

        If it’s cowardice to want to avoid nuclear annihilation over a bunch of hard-to-spell spots on Europe’s map, then color me bright yellow

          GravityOpera in reply to Free State Paul. | November 15, 2022 at 10:48 pm

          Russia has worldwide influence and is allied with a variety of our enemies such as North Korea, Syria, and Iran. They are not just a European problem.

          Russia is in violation of multiple treaties and other international agreements that we are also party to. Apathy (or worse flip-flopping on aid) damages our national reputation and strategic position.

          Ukraine is a major agricultural exporter, manufacturing base, and has natural resource reserves. Keeping those out of Russia’s hands and allied with the West is worthwhile.

          They are not going to nuke us over Ukraine. Russia has folded every time a “red line” has been crossed.

          It’s the right thing to do.

          I won’t send my kids die for Ukraine, it’s not worth anything to me. Will you send your kids to die there?

Are we absolutely sure that it was Russia?

A very very remote possibility is that it could be a grain dust explosion.

https://extension.okstate.edu/fact-sheets/preventing-grain-dust-explosions-2.html

    Free State Paul in reply to gibbie. | November 15, 2022 at 8:12 pm

    They’ve found missile parts. But since the Ukraine and the Russians use a lot of the same weapons, it’s still a question who they belonged to.

Missiles and drones have gone errant into other countries before in this war. This was obviously not an intentional attack.

Before coming to conclusions about this missile attack missiles do not actually think. It just takes one person putting one wrong number into the input and the missile hits Poland instead of Ukraine.

We all need to calm down, our own missiles have been given the wrong target plenty of times. If with a trillion in military spending we haven’t swept all of the incompetents out of their posts why would you think Russia with 50 billion has an incompetence free military?

The most likely explanation for this is someone who isn’t good at his job put the wrong coordinates in. If Russia decided to expand the war it wouldn’t have hit a farm it would have at least tried to hit the Polish military.

    Dathurtz in reply to Danny. | November 15, 2022 at 10:05 pm

    Yes. It is horrible for the people killed and hurt. I would hope governments have some sort of restitution for this sort of thing. Do we? I know we have had more than one mistaken weapons impact over the last few decades.

      Well that depends on how you define compensation. We did kill an extremely high number of Pakistanis and granted the Pakistani government 20 billion in compensation for the whole impact we had in Pakistan including the collateral damage. Pakistan does claim the economic damage alone is 150 billion, but giving some compensation meant to compensate victims is at least something.

      It is better than Libya (known collateral damage, no attempt to investigate how much it was; and no compensation for any victims).

      So I guess I have to give the Jewish answer of yes and no to the question.

It’s possible this is a false flag operation drying to get NATO into the war.

    Dathurtz in reply to kjon. | November 16, 2022 at 7:19 am

    Didn’t our glorious and illustrious President, in his wisdom, just say that it was unlikely the missile came from Russia?