Vladimir Putin
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Russian President Vladimir Putin is more dangerous than Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin, said Poland's Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki on Wednesday as he called out Putin's "monstrous ideology" to be "rooted out entirely."

Morawiecki believed that the Russian leader's ideology is a deadly threat to Ukraine and the entire Europe. Writing for the Daily Telegraph, Morawiecki claimed Putin has "deadlier weapons at his disposal" than the 20th-century dictators, and added that the 69-year-old Russian President also has access to the internet to widely spread his propaganda among other generations.

"Putin's 'Russkiy Mir' (Russian World) ideology is the equivalent of 20th-century communism and Nazism," he wrote. "It is an ideology through which Russia justifies invented rights and privileges for its country."

The 53-year-old Polish Prime Minister also discussed Putin's Victory Day speech on Monday. He described how Putin "once again presented to the world the mythology of the Russian victory over Nazism," however, he forgot to talk about the slavery the Soviet Union brought to many eastern European countries after the war. During the speech, Putin told Russians, "You are fighting for the Motherland, for its future, so that no one forgets the lessons of World War Two. So that there is no place in the world for executioners, castigators and Nazis."

Putin is believed to escort a new era of Russian imperialism and continuously spread propaganda that "describes the aggression against Ukraine as an operation to 'denzify' the country."

"Putin is neither Hitler nor Stalin. Unfortunately, he is more dangerous," Morawiecki said. "If Europe does to stop him, Putin will march Russian forces further into Europe," Morawiecki warned. "It's up to us to decide where we stop [Russia]," he wrote. Poland shares a border with Ukraine; they helped and welcomed millions of survivors, women, children and non-fighting age men fleeing the war.

Meanwhile, Ukraine confirmed on Tuesday that its forces had recaptured villages in the north and northeast of the city of Kharkiv from Russian troops. According to Tetiana Apatchenko, a press officer with the main Ukrainian force, the country's soldiers also took back four settlements north of Ukraine's second-largest city.

Vladimir Putin
Russia's President Vladimir Putin listens during his meeting with "Znanie" Society CEO Maxim Dreval in Moscow's Kremlin on May 5, 2022. Photo by Mikhail Klimentyev/Sputnik/AFP via Getty Images

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