On 1 October 2022, Dr. Diana Wojtkowiak served notice on ten Polish government officials including the Prosecutor General, Poland’s President and the President of the Council of Ministers. She has also published it as an open letter to all Polish citizens. By doing so, she has notified government officials of an attempted crime to legalise crimes of genocide against Polish citizens. The attempt is being made through a draft law should it be passed by parliament.
Diana Wojtkowiak has a master’s in chemistry and a doctorate in molecular biology. For twenty years she has conducted research in molecular biology and biotechnology. A more detailed biography can be read in a letter to The Exposé which we previously published about her research on torsion fields.
The preamble to her open letter stated:
“It’s no longer the telecom companies with their 5G, nor the pharmaceutical cartel, but ‘our’ government that is vigorously taking on the depopulation of the Polish nation they perceive as an enemy. Act ‘UD 432’ on population protection and natural disasters is being processed, which in the government announced state of natural disaster mandates indefinite medical procedures, under penalty of imprisonment and the possibility of losing personal property without compensation. Below is my allegation of those responsible for the Act that I’ve sent to ten government addresses with acknowledgement of receipt.”
On 14 June 2022, Deputy Prime Minister Jarosław Kaczyński, Minister Mariusz Kamiński, and Deputy Minister Maciej Wąsik presented details of a draft law on civil protection and a state of natural disaster.
“The new procedures are created so that the state can act decisively, effectively and in an unbureaucratic way in crises. The aim is to provide protection and assistance to victims of various extraordinary situations as quickly as possible,” said Minister Kamiński.
A paper published on 30 October 2022 in the European Studies Journal found that the draft law includes a lot of significant legal concerns:
Unfortunately, it has to be stated that the draft law ‘on civil protection and the state of natural disasters’ presented by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Administration does not meet basic legislative standards, and the part of proposed solutions is incompatible with the Constitution of the Republic of Poland.
Ireneusz T. Dziubek & Tatiana Manasterska, 2022. “Draft Law on Civil Protection and the State of Natural Disasters as a Prolegomenon to a New View on Crisis Management,” European Research Studies Journal, European Research Studies Journal, vol. 0(Special 3), pages 245-255.