Two writers claim that Mr Walesa — the founder of the Solidarity movement, Nobel Peace prizewinner, former President of Poland - was a stooge of the communist secret police.
In The State Security Service and Lech Walesa, Slawomir Cenckiewicz and Piotr Gontarczyk make two central claims. The first is that Mr Walesa was an informer for the secret police between 1970 and 1976 under the codename “Bolek”. The second is that as President from 1990 to 1995 he borrowed his police file from the Interior Ministry archives and returned it with key pages missing.
Total bull, demonstrating once again how unscrupulous people would invent a totally ridiculous conspiracy theory and smear anybody in order to sell a book, make a movie, have their 15 minutes of fame and of course make huge amounts of cash out of the stupidity of the people who believe them.
"9/11 was an inside job" rings a bell?
Dylan Avery -the guy with a big mouth and a vivid imagination who wrote and made "Loose Change" in his mom's basement is ridiculously rich today because millions of liberal sheeple were ready to believe that Islamic terrorists are just innocent victims of a grandiose scheme concocted by an the President George Bush. Of course they see no contradiction in the fact that Bush cannot be both in the same time: an evil genius capable of fooling an entire nation and the biggest moron in America.
Same with the so called "writers" who made a communist spy out of the man who dealt the first blow to the communist block. It is remarkable how they do not see any contradiction between what Lech Walesa did in the 70's and 80's and the historical consequences of his actions (starting the end of communism in Europe), and what they claim he did (he was a communist stooge working for the S.B -the Polish secret police)