***bird may well be emotionally detached from Poland but it doesn't make his opinions better ?
I never said that it was. I happen to agree with his way of thinking more then with yours. It is just the way it is.
As for being less attached emotionally, I think it actually helps to think in a logical way. Just my opinion. I think I already explained that:).
Whats realistic, I know pretty well that Poland wont get back Lwów overnight )))))
that is just an example. As far as I know Lvow, or any other cities which used to belong to Poland are on another's countries territory. Correct me if I am wrong. How you going to bring those cities back? do you have a plan: A,B,C. You need to have a strategy:).
But if some aim is not possible to achieve tomorrow or next year its that mean we cannot talk about it?
sure you can talk about it, but you need to stay within the reality of facts.
I'm sentimental about my country but it doesn't mean I'm not realistic - maybe more so then yourself!!
I would not know and I would not want this exchange of ideas to become a competition. I wish Poland all the best but I also know that there is a lot of room for improvement in many areas and this is what young people should concentrate on, instead of dreaming about : I wish we had Lvow/Wilno and so on. This is not a main stream of the Polish foreign policies either, so it does sound really strange to me.
How 26 years old Sokrates is post communist bastard?- quote ***bird !
Well, he have heard it at home for sure. Most children follow their parent's political views.
Again, with so many young people still making other countries their home, how can one even imagine invading Ukraine? Or any other country for that matter. Poland is not a military empire/ nor an economic oneI am done here. I think I made my point very clear.
PS. calling your opponent names in the discussion is just not classy at all and you might want to reconsider, since you don't present yourself as a serious partner.