Official Site for the Writings of
[* 9th December 1915 + 10th October 2008 - R.I.P.]
Commentator Outdoorsman Advocate for Polish Freedom and Christian Culture
» Za wolność naszą i waszą
« "For our freedom and yours"
The symbol in the image above, right, was that of the Polish Underground during the
Second World War, in its struggle against German and Soviet occupation forces. Mr.
Bakierowski continued to use the symbol in his correspondence during the postwar years
because, as he wrote in September 1980, "I am still fighting today, to the best of my
ability, not only for Poland, but also for America and the whole Free World."
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Biography
[The coat of arms pictured above is explained at the end of the
BOOKS (in Polish only):
Śmierc Marszałka Smigłego-Rydza
SELECTED LETTERS (Some to newspapers, others to
individuals or groups):
- 29 December 1975: Necessity of
the work of the CIA
- 18 January 1978: Lack of
intelligence in Washington (in more ways than one)
- 9 July 1979: Will the Chairman
of the Joint Chiefs of Staff join Carter's betrayal
- 12 July 1979: SALT II =
- 7 September 1979: Short summary
of America's wrong direction
- 26 September 1979: To Rep. Guy
Vander Jagt on Soviet troops in Cuba
- 18 January 1980: Iran hostage
crisis: Carter's fault
- 21 January 1980: Some of the
"valuable" projects funded by Federal tax
- 22 January 1980: Who is lying:
the Soviets, or Carter?
- 1 February 1980: To Rep. Vander
Jagt on balancing the Federal budget
- 2 February 1980: If only our
leaders had the understanding of this 15-year-old boy
- 6 February 1980: God, America,
and the Supreme Court
- 19 February 1980: TV 8 could
sure use some common sense
- 25 February 1980: When might
Russia go to war against America?
- 27 February 1980: Marshall
Tito, the bogus "hero"
- 3 February 1981: Beseeching
Pres. Reagan to investigate his predecessor's
- 5 February 1981: To one of the
ex-hostages just released from Iran
- 1 April 1981: American cars vs.
- 12 May 1981: Let Hispanics
finance their own bilingual program
- 9 August 1981: To Pres. Reagan
on Social Security
- 30 August 1981: To Lane
Kirkland as he visits Poland to connect with Solidarity
- 2 December 1981: To TV news
reporter Jessica Savitch on Soviet topics
- 5 December 1981: To Rep. Philip
Crane on the situation in Poland
- 17 January 1982: To Sec.
Weinberger: We need the draft now!
- 3 February 1982: Americans are
"fifth column of Russian offensive"
- 8 February 1982: David Brinkley
on Roosevelt and Yalta
- 15 February 1982: America, our
ship is sinking!
- 21 February 1982: President
Reagan is doing his best
- 25 March 1982: To Sen. Ted
Kennedy, on what a disgrace he is
- 2 April 1982: To the Chairman
of the RNC, renouncing membership in the Republican Party
- 5 April 1982: To Sen. Howard
Baker, on several issues needing immediate redress
- 10 August 1982: Communists
operating openly in America
- 9 January 1983: To Sen. William
Armstrong, on Social Security, etc.
- 22 January 1983: To Billy
Graham, daring him to confront anti-Christian atrocities
on his next trip to the USSR
- 28 February 1983: To President
Reagan on Menachem Begin
- 24 March 1983: To the NCCB on
duped clerics helping the Soviet cause
- 6 June 1983: To President
Reagan on liberalism as the enemy
- 6 August 1983: To President
Reagan against the M.L. King birthday holiday
- 16 December 1983: On nuclear
- 19 March 1984: To Sen. Jesse
Helms: Soviets still getting the upper hand
- 30 March 1984: Requests Pres.
Reagan to award Medal of Freedom to Katyn victims
- 13 May 1985: WWII's end "shame
for America because of Yalta"
- 29 May 1985: Corrections to
common misinformation about Roosevelt and Churchill
- Sometime in 1987: Reply to a
solicitation from Beverly LaHaye on the Constitutional
- 11 February 1987: Foreign
policy in light of Iran-Contra
- 29 May 1987: Deal with Soviets
'without excessive hopes'
- 27 May 1988: To President
Reagan about the Soviet Union
- 21 February 1989: Open letter
to President George H.W. Bush: Communists winning in
- 27 February 1990: To Rep. Newt
Gingrich (rehash of themes from 21.02.1989)
- 19 January 1991: Disgraceful
- 18 February 1991: To the
Department of Defense, favoring restoration of the draft
- 27 April 1991: Open letter -
"A Cross-Eyed Look: Pyrrhic Victory in Iraq"
- 14 January 1992: To Pope John
Paul II on the disgraceful state of the Church
- 1 February 1992: To Pope John
Paul II against ecumenism
- 11 February 1992: To
Presidential candidate Patrick Buchanan
- 5 April 1992: "Those in
Congress aren't 'honorable' "
- 16 October 1992: Woeful
selection of candidates for Federal political offices
- 28 December 1992: New and
perverse concepts of "freedom"
- 8 February 1993: How Clinton
can "balance" the Social Security fund
- 13 March 1993: Not so sure
about this "democratic" Russia
- 27 December 1993: "America
the Beautiful is on the road to Hell"
- 3 January 1994: To several U.S.
Congressmen about the national defense crisis
- 3 February 1994: How Lorena
Bobbitt can "improve" the American judicial
- March 1994: What happened to
Poland can happen to America
- 28 March 1994: Extended reply
to the Republican Platform Planning Committee
- 19 April 1995: Democrats,
Republicans: what's the difference?
- 27 August 1995: The real
responsibility of the U.S. for Communism's murders
- Winter 1996: Holland vis-a-vis
Poland at the close of World War II
- 25 March 1997: To those
receiving a sample of previous political writings
- 2 March 1998: "Clinton
leading us on road to disaster"
- 17 July 1998: To a U.S.
Congressman about subversion in America
- 29 August 1998: Family
experiences with the Bolshevik Revolution; Russia up to
World War II
- 13 September 1998: Succinct
letter on why Clinton should be impeached and convicted
- November 2000: Don't let Al
Gore steal the election (intended recipient not noted)
- 19 March 2001: To President
George W. Bush: Fight courageously internal and external
- 15 September 2001: Russia,
China, and September 11th
ARTICLES AND FEATURES:
POEMS (in English translation):
Letters from Two Friends (28
March 1997): Regarding a compilation of the author's writings
Hardcopy originals of some of General Hyrniewicz-Bakierowski's
writings are in the Emigration Archive of the University of Torun
in Poland. Although these are unavailable online, a
detailed description of the holdings is posted in
Polish at its Web site.
Here is a link for Mr.
Bakierowski's works on file at the Library of Congress.
One of these is a loose compilation of essays and letters from
1978-1995 (along with supplemental material not authored by him)
entitled America, Wake Up! (ISBN 1-57745-053-1). The
writings that comprise that work are scheduled to be posted on
this site, individually, over time. Many of these will appear
here for the first time in September or October 2004.
Editor and Executive Director: Waclaw K. Bakierowski (son of the author)
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