I left for Poland on October 24. Already the second container with 700,000 eight-page leaflets in Polish and 50,000 copies of the Polish edition of the "Michael" Journal came to Poland at the end of October, 1999. The whole container arrived at the Sanctuary of the Merciful Mother of God which is occupied by nuns of the St. Clara-Capuchin congregation. They kept thousands of copies at the Sanctuary to distribute among pilgrims and visitors. Most of the leaflets were transported to our south base near Zakopane and to our office in Wroclaw.
In the meantime, there were many phone calls, letters, and orders for leaflets, Social Credit books, and to subscribe, which came from all over Europe. Mail and phone calls came from people like doctors, professors, teachers, farmers, regular workers, priests, nuns, etc. Every day people are sending in their subscriptions to our Polish "Michael" Journal. Many stores, book warehouses, and publishing houses are asking us to obtain our authorization to sell the "Michael" Journal at their places.
There are also many priests that are supplying their churches with our "Michael" publications. Also some schools, colleges, and libraries. Many times, people from far away came to visit us at our office to subscribe to our journal and to get packs of leaflets to distribute in their areas.
in the middle of November, we had some meetings in various cities like Poznan, Wroclaw, Torun, that were organized with the help of Radio Maryja offices and centers. Our meetings were always announced by the priests after each Mass.
The headquarters of Radio Maryja at Torun invited us to speak on the radio for a second time about the work of "Michael" in Poland and on the Social Credit monetary reform that would counteract the threat of the biochip and the upcoming globalization. To our surprise, many Polish people from all over the world called in on the open line agreeing with us on these topics that we spoke about. They especially liked the propositions proposed by Pope John Paul II about cancelling the international debts, and of changing the financial and monetary systems. We were overwhelmed to see the interest in the Social Credit propositions that would stop global slavery, and give Poland back to the Poles and to a few private corporations.
After our conference on the radio, we were invited to hold a meeting with 80 university grads of journalism study that were affiliated with Radio Maryja which was requested by a professor of this class. At this meeting we were asked by another Movement to hold more meetings, and then another one. We could have just done meetings and not come back, but we had to prepare the expedition of the November-December Polish "Michael" Journal.
When we arrived from our tour of meetings to our main office in Poland, we received a wave of phone calls, letters, and subscriptions. People are spreading our leaflets and sharing or making copies of our conference on the radio. Every day at our office in Wroclaw we would receive much correspondence. The biggest number of letters that we answered in one day was 69.
On December 7, we went to Torun for the 8th Anniversary of Radio Maryja. We took many subscriptions there, and with the help of the workers of the radio station, we were able to distribute 8,000 leaflets. We ran two meetings in Poznan and Wroclaw on the 9th and 10th of December, and on the 13th we took part in a big Mass for the Pope and Radio Maryja in Wroclaw. After the Mass, we sold "Michael" Journals, brochures, and books, among them two new books from the series "Around the Doctrine of Social Credit", "Usury" by Hilaire Belloc, and "Social Credit and Catholicism" by George Henri-Levesque, with a great interest.
On December 14, I had to leave Poland for Canada (unfortunately) to prepare the next edition of "Michael" in Polish. Janusz Lewicki, our representative in Poland, who is very dedicated to the Social Credit cause, is continuing the battle as a loyal patriot for God and his country. He is scheduled to hold meetings for a medical academy, for youth Catholic organizations, and for so many other groups across Poland. God bless all of you!