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Polish people reactions towards the last elections in Poland


alana 6 | 30  
7 Nov 2007 /  #1
Hello everyone, it has been long time since i have not been here. I know it may sound late my topic but i would like to know what polish people actually living in PL think of this last elections. thank u
Wroclaw 44 | 5,369  
7 Nov 2007 /  #2
Polish people reactions towards the last elections

A good result
Lukasz 49 | 1,746  
7 Nov 2007 /  #3
definately good result, now we wait for new gov ...
OP alana 6 | 30  
7 Nov 2007 /  #4
Yes good results but what u think deeper.. the consequences, the population's aspirations, good results for what category of ppl.. what about taxes? entry of Pl in Shengen Group etc...
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,148  
7 Nov 2007 /  #5
Welcome back :)

Elections ? Bad result.
lesser 4 | 1,311  
7 Nov 2007 /  #6
Yes good results but what u think deeper.

Finally we will join Europe and nobody over there could be allowed to say that we are not enough European as we should to be. Finally European courts will be above Polish courts that we don't trust at all. At last we will get rid of our currency that nearly nobody likes anyway. Finally EU constitution (called by our European leaders "EU Reform Treaty" for our own good, look what the French and Dutch did in referendums...) will be more important than Polish constitution. This is good because EU constitution is around 1000 times longer that our own so probably also 1000 times better. At last we will have uncorrupted government . All these accusations about some privatizations swindles in the past are made by anti-European, anti-Semitic, anti-Gay blind nationalist, so they cannot be trusted at all. The same about more recent corruption affairs, everything is carefully planned conspiracy against PO party. Same fact that most of media outlets support PO party speak for itself, cause we know that media cannot be wrong. (except Russian media which are always wrong) Polish culture is sometimes so disturbing you know, it don't allow for homosexual parades on the middle of our streets! They will change this as well, everything will be like in Europe. PO politicians promised that they will reduce Polish bureaucracy and they will do so transferring their competences to Brussels bureaucracy which is the only good bureaucracy in the world. All others are bad just this one is good because they care about us so much. We are very grateful to them. As far as taxes are concentrated they promised to lower them of course. This is liberal party and their politicians reducing taxes since 1989 (they are in parliament since 1989) and soon will reach 0% but they say that they still can do better. We trust them completely, what they promised they always did later.

Hope this is enough. :)

EuroCheers for you,
lesser
randompal 7 | 306  
7 Nov 2007 /  #7
would like to know what polish people actually living in PL think of this last elections. thank u

"The future is not a gift, it is an achievement. Every generation helps make its own future. This is the essential challenge of the present."

-Robert Kennedy

Bad result.

what's bad for some is good for others. Americans of Polish descent are more pro-PiS because PiS is more pro-American and less bullish on Europe, which mirrors the attitudes of Americans in general. Most Americans think Europeans are suspicious shifty half-gays who oddly enough prefer soccer to baseball and who smell funny and eat strange food.

But in reality Europe is the way to go: thin, sexy, shapely women, good munchies on every street corner, and much less likely to burp at the dinner table
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,148  
7 Nov 2007 /  #8
it don't allow for homosexual parades on the middle of our streets!

In 2010 there's going to be some pan-European homo "parade" in Warsaw with millions of faggots. No kidding.
_Sofi_  
7 Nov 2007 /  #9
Didn't you say it won't happen though?
plk123 8 | 4,138  
7 Nov 2007 /  #11
Most Americans think Europeans are suspicious shifty half-gays who oddly enough prefer soccer to baseball and who smell funny and eat strange food.

lol.. right on the head my man. :D :D
lesser 4 | 1,311  
10 Nov 2007 /  #12
In 2010 there's going to be some pan-European homo "parade" in Warsaw with millions of faggots. No kidding.

So they did announce this already? Probably because they want to give enough time to prepare pan-European nationalist "parade" in Warsaw at that time. Ethos of fair play still alive :)
randompal 7 | 306  
10 Nov 2007 /  #13
In 2010 there's going to be some pan-European homo "parade" in Warsaw with millions of faggots.

sounds like it will be a fun day for people-watching

Kill'em.

why? just because they prefer different orfices?
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,148  
10 Nov 2007 /  #14
Because they brutally abuse others' freedom just to show that they can do that.
randompal 7 | 306  
10 Nov 2007 /  #15
can you explain that or give an example? although I don't go out of my way to champion gay rights I somehow don't feel threatend by them...in fact I don't care which holes they stuff as long as they're not one of mine
sapphire 22 | 1,241  
10 Nov 2007 /  #16
I agree with you randompal, but Greg is renowned for his homophobic outbursts and we are not going to change his mind.. now whats that saying about those that protest too much...............

Greg, it would be nice to know just how gay people are abusing others freedom by holding a parade. Surely people are free to watch/participate or not? I heard your dogs were gonna be there.
slick77 - | 127  
10 Nov 2007 /  #17
Greg's just afraid that he's gonna become homosexual from watching other homosexuals lol...Greg, live and let live the others...
Polson 5 | 1,767  
10 Nov 2007 /  #18
Greg's just afraid that he's gonna become homosexual from watching other homosexuals lol

Wow...do you think that if i watch a billionaire man, i would become a billionaire too ?...interesting idea...thanks slick ;)
slick77 - | 127  
10 Nov 2007 /  #19
do you think that if i watch a billionaire man, i would become a billionaire too

no, i don't think so but that's what greg would think.
Polson 5 | 1,767  
10 Nov 2007 /  #20
Oh...you just broke my one-second-long dream ;) LoL
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,148  
10 Nov 2007 /  #21
Greg's just afraid that he's gonna become homosexual from watching other homosexuals lol...

Yawn...
lesser 4 | 1,311  
10 Nov 2007 /  #22
These "parades" are well known from its obscenity to not say perversity. What you can do privately at home is not always allowed publicly at the middle of the street. Maybe in some other countries such behavior would be normal but for Polish cannons of culture it is unacceptable. People who ignore this and come to our country cannot count on any friendly attitude. Please note that I don't come to for example Netherlands to fight everything what I disagree what they are doing over there.
sapphire 22 | 1,241  
10 Nov 2007 /  #23
People who ignore this and come to our country cannot count on any friendly attitude.

you are assuming there are no gay people in Poland who would like to take part then?
randompal 7 | 306  
10 Nov 2007 /  #24
Please note that I don't come to for example Netherlands to fight everything what I disagree what they are doing over there.

why would you disagree with anything they do there? they get to smoke hash in church while we get our wrists slapped like little children for any little thing we do wrong...kudos to the Dutch, the only people on the face of the Earth to figure out what living in a free country really means
lesser 4 | 1,311  
10 Nov 2007 /  #25
you are assuming there are no gay people in Poland who would like to take part then?

Citizens of Poland know very well canons of Polish culture and should respect it. In opposition to foreigners they are allowed to the part in public debate.

What always amaze me how some many warriors of political correctness reduce all homosexuals to those few radicals whom want shake their asses in front of our eyes. Maybe many homosexuals share my point of view? Perhaps they are pissed off because bunch of radicals destroys their image among public opinion? Think about it, after all this case have nothing to do with their sexual preferences. If any other group of people would wish to organize a parade in the same style I would oppose as well.

why would you disagree with anything they do there? they get to smoke hash in church while we get our wrists slapped like little children for any little thing we do wrong...kudos to the Dutch, the only people on the face of the Earth to figure out what living in a free country really means

Because I don't see anything smart in such anarchy. The Dutch have no higher values and that is why actually they are being overrun by Muslim emigration which have their own ethic and is not willing to abandon it. Perhaps they lost this invisible mechanism that protects every society from self-destruction? Neither drugs or homosexuals can help them in this situation I suppose.
randompal 7 | 306  
10 Nov 2007 /  #26
Because I don't see anything smart in such anarchy. The Dutch have no higher values and that is why actually they are being overrun by Muslim emigration which have their own ethic and is not willing to abandon it

If you have ever been to holland (apart from Amsterdam which is indeed kind of a lovable sewer) then u would know that it is an orderly place, not "anarchy." That they happened to let in too many muslims for their own good is a whiole other story, but a little hash never hurt anyone-that has already been proven by the medical research and toxicology professions..
lesser 4 | 1,311  
10 Nov 2007 /  #27
Muslims come to big cities mostly what is understandable but if this trend will continue they will come to provinces as well. This is only question of time.

That they happened to let in too many muslims for their own good is a whiole other story

No this is exactly the same story, they are obsessed with political correctness which tells them to tolerate almost everything and everybody. (What about pedophile party legalized some time ago?) In effect they lost their original heritage and culture that were replaced by nothing that I would call culture. You cannot mobilize too many people to defend current order and that is why Muslims will take over this country without fight.

As far as drugs are concentrate, I don't see many countries follow the Dutch on this issue. While Dutch young bother with such 'important' things, Muslims don't.
Lukasz 49 | 1,746  
10 Nov 2007 /  #28
I think that Poles voted against PiS and way of thinking presented by PiS, SO, LPR. You can see arguments of lesser (his UPR/LPR get 1% of votes) and you know what kind of ideas Poles have rejected
randompal 7 | 306  
10 Nov 2007 /  #29
As far as drugs are concentrate, I don't see many countries follow the Dutch on this issue. While Dutch young bother with such 'important' things, Muslims don't.

here we go again...what other countries follow the Dutch example? Italy is yet another country that recently said that busting people for marijuana is counterproductive, now you can smoke much more freely while gawking at nude marble statues of boys. And Muslims don't bother with hashish? You have obviously never been to Morocco...
Lukasz 49 | 1,746  
10 Nov 2007 /  #30
So maybe I will shortly show program of PO (winers)

lower taxes

less social benefits

more proffesional forigin policy

less bureaucracy

That is what PO has pormised, and now we wait for effects.

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