Jenab 17 Dec 2006 / #1I have heard that a Polish baker named Waldemar Gronowski, who lives in or near Legnica, was punished by the government for giving some of his bread to a Catholic charity. His gifts were illegal because he did not pay a tax before he gave them so that the hungry people could be fed. The punishment was a fine for the unpaid taxes, in the amount of 250,000 zloty. Because the baker could not pay the taxes, he had to go out of business.It is hard for me to imagine a government becoming so corrupt that it would do this. The government is forcing the instinct for helping other people, which is strong in Whites, into having only criminal expressions, such as those tax-evading anonymous food donations that the church has been getting.Pity this poor baker. He tried to do good works, maybe because he believes it is what Jesus would have done in his place... but the government caught him doing it and applied a penalty! And the government ruined his business because it did not receive the customary bribe before permission is granted to make charity gifts.I think the Polish government must have some kind of Monsters in it, and I also think that the Poles should find those Monsters and destroy them. Of course I think that the US goverment probably has the same problem with Monsters that the Polish government does, and the Americans should destroy the Monsters who are over there.