On November 29, 2012, the US-based Jewish intelligence and forecasting agency ‘Stratfor’ published an analysis of the recent failed terrorist attack on Poland’s parliament by professor Brunon Kwiecien (Agricultural University in Krakow). The ‘Stratfor’ was established as a private intelligence agency by Hungarian-Jewish descent billionaire George Friedman in 1996.
The article is entitled ‘Mimicking Breivik in Poland’. It compares Dr. Brunon Kwiecien with Norwegian anti-Muslim mass-killer Anders Behring Breivik who killed 71 people at a youth camp last year. It’s reported that Brunon admires Breivik, who had claimed to be a great fan of American Muslim-hating Israel-Firsters bloggers Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller (Jewish).
Last month Polish government announced the thwarting of a terrorism plot that is worrisome in its audacity and in who was behind it. In a country with minimal experience of terrorism, the discovery of a sophisticated homegrown bomber seeking to decapitate the government by blowing up the parliament and the president has caused shockwaves and introspection.
The would-be bomber, Dr. Brunon Kwiecień, a forty-five year old research scientist at Krakow’s Agricultural University, fits few currently fashionable profiles. Neither a jihadist nor marginally employed or socially bereft, Kwiecień is married with two children, has a respectable income, and is reported to have been exceptionally interested in explosives since his youth. A skilled chemist popular with his students and considered unremarkable by his university colleagues, he came up with a truly audacious plot to blow up the Sejm, the Polish parliament in Warsaw, during a joint session where both houses, the president and the full cabinet would be present. As Kwiecień is reported to have conducted visits to Warsaw to select his targets, this appears to be more than the figment of a demented imagination.