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Croats (Serbians) are Polish origin?


BubbaWoo 33 | 3,510  
9 Dec 2006 /  #31
but the same behavior here in Austria would probably get you a visit from the police.

yes, quite right... i have spent the past 2 days in berlin and witnessed a group of youths being carted off for raising their right arm in a certain way... germany, and perhaps austria, carry a guilt...

anyway... end of conversation lest i give the wrong impression regarding my feelings towards hitler...

The photo of Hitler accepting flowers adds insut to injury.

yes - i have obviously misjudged things - apologees for any offence that this has casued
Wroclaw 44 | 5,386  
9 Dec 2006 /  #32
No problem.
YANTA  
9 Dec 2006 /  #33
Yes we all know he killed 6 million . After all he didn't have a war to fight or soldiers to feed. Now why is it that any man that had questioned or reaserched these camps in public has been tossed in jail? Any man to publicly add question gets muzzled and hauled off. Aside from reaserchers from IRAN. Germany is under a big guilt trip with ridiculis laws only to kiss ass. But whatever.
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163  
9 Dec 2006 /  #34
Yes we all know he killed 6 million .

If you mean Adolf then he killed much over 20 million.
YANTA  
9 Dec 2006 /  #35
Many people have died from causes of war. But yet nobody is laying guilt trips when europes bread basket was robbed of 7 million. We would much rather pass dumb laws that get you thrown in jail for a seig heil in germany or austria. The red army was just as evil as adolph himself.
Wroclaw 44 | 5,386  
9 Dec 2006 /  #36
Yanta,

I think this topic is at an end. And your post makes it pointless entering into a debate, which you have already lost by making your rediculas comments in post 37.
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163  
9 Dec 2006 /  #37
But yet nobody is laying guilt trips when europes bread basket was robbed of 7 million.

You mean Ukraine ? That's correct, but doesn't make Adolf any better than a little garbage he was.
YANTA  
9 Dec 2006 /  #38
I think this topic is at an end. And your post makes it pointless entering into a debate, which you have already lost by making your rediculas comments in post 37.

YOU have nothing to back it up. Whic is why you chose to end this because you have nothing left to argue.

You mean Ukraine ? That's correct, but doesn't make Adolf any better than a little garbage he was.

Yes , and yes it dosent make him better. But germany and such should not have to suffer for this mans doings.
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163  
9 Dec 2006 /  #39
But germany and such should not have to suffer for this mans doings.

And how exactly Germany is suffering ?
YANTA  
9 Dec 2006 /  #40
The constant guilt trip is the biggest problem. Strange laws passed that make no sense. The lack of freedom of speech.
Wroclaw 44 | 5,386  
9 Dec 2006 /  #41
Yanta,

I have visited the 'Death Camps' and I have raised questions. Sensible questions get sensible answers. Not arrest.
The people who question such places, and I think you are refering to one person who was in the news a year or two ago, deny the figures or simply the reason for such places.

The present laws in Germany show an understanding of the past and are an effort to prevent such things happening in the future.
The Russians have chosen to remember or deal with their past in their own way as have all other countries.
Guest02  
9 Dec 2006 /  #42
I will use this thread to explain girls why ‘East Europen men are truthful lovers’

What is a truthful lover?
dziwna_gruszka - | 197  
9 Dec 2006 /  #43
Polish comes from the Slovakian roots.. so it's definetly not Croatian of Serbian their similar but very different. okay...
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163  
10 Dec 2006 /  #44
The constant guilt trip is the biggest problem.

Guilt ? Germany started the worst war in the history, so historically any guilt would be well deserved , on individual level I didn't notice any.

Strange laws passed that make no sense. The lack of freedom of speech.

Most of people there don't have anything against these laws, so that's not your business.
Moralny 1 | 60  
10 Dec 2006 /  #45
WOW, Admin or somebady else has completly destroyed my long text (cut few texts). Now the text doesnt have a glue. Amazing. And the question is why Admin did it?
krysia 23 | 3,057  
10 Dec 2006 /  #46
:)Sorry Moralny.:)
I didn't do it. It still looks long.:)
Moralny 1 | 60  
10 Dec 2006 /  #47
Long? You should see it before :) I file a official complaint about dont respecting my work here! Is it a fifth time?

P.S.
Admin has haplogroup R1b.

.... f** I dont feel english language :) I am not sure if you are taking me serious or not. If yes, you shouldnt. :)
minotaurus  
26 Feb 2007 /  #48
Croats and serbs don't share same dna geneaology,croats have unindentified dna,similar to portuguese and iran.serbs are slavs.so we can't mix that nations just because of language.croats were in poland for some time,in white croatia,but were ''passing'' through to adriatic.latest scientific information is that sarmatians were todays croats,because 's' in glagolic is 'h'

sarmatia-harmatia,or harvatia.we call ourselves ''hrvati''
lots of that dna is in great britain,due to the mercenary role of the Sarmatians for Romans in britain.this one is interesting:some english historians John Matthews and Malone claim that king arthur is buried in dalmatia,actually they found his grave,he was called artorius castus.they said ,jokingly that king arthur was more first Croatian king,than English.

best regards to all Poland from Croatia
ArturSzastak 3 | 593  
26 Feb 2007 /  #49
Sorry Moralny.

How come I can't find fun smileys like those? Completely off topic yes, but a man likes his smileys.
krysia 23 | 3,057  
26 Feb 2007 /  #50
Off topic. Look next to smile face where you type you see three dots underlined. Click on those and see what happens!
ArturSzastak 3 | 593  
26 Feb 2007 /  #51
Haha. Wow I'm an idot. Krysia where would I be without people like you.

thanks

And why the hell are we arguing about the Middle East and Europe. This was supposed to be Croats, Serbs, and Polish.
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
10 May 2009 /  #52
I wonder how many are aware of such roots. Not so many I'd guess. They just see the Catholic connection. The Poles took less of an interest in prawosławny churches which is Serbia's main religion.

A Belorussian I know also got strange looks for saying she was prawosławny.
Davey 13 | 388  
11 May 2009 /  #53
Slovak and Czech are definitely more similar to Polish than to Serbian and Croatian but somehow I seem to understand Croatian a lot better because of Polish knowledge than I do the former two.

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