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I am so proud of Poland


adrian11224 7 | 41  
19 Jul 2009 /  #1
I am a young Proud Polish American that moved to USA at the age of Poland that could happen to ANY nations of the world.

First off I have so many Jewish friends that I became loving of all of them. I have a jew sleeping on MY bed right now but Im not going to wake him up.

Many of my friends are Jews. Jews are smart. the only reason Poles are still anti-semites is because the Germans MADE them to be that way, CONVINCED THEM that hating the Jew will be the ONLY WAY to survive.

CANT you see the PSYCHOLOGY ?
those who hated jews survived!

but now as we see that every nation is equal and free of doing what they can. ( at least in most european nations)

We must never forgoet our pasts and remember that we were the first ones to house so many Jews and let them live among us. don't let the hateful Hitler ways convince you that Jews are somehow primitive because they are brilliant here in NYC.

Take care leave comments and DON'T DELETE THIS THREAD!!!! IT IS NOT RACIST STOP BEING NAZI- Polish !!!

kocham wszystkich polakuw.
pozdrowiena z Coney Island NY
Torq 26 | 2,371  
19 Jul 2009 /  #2
I have a jew sleeping on MY bed right now

Good for you :)

Poles are still anti-semites

No, we aren't.

those who hated jews survived!

don't let the hateful Hitler ways convince you

STOP BEING NAZI- Polish !!!

I'll leave that without a comment, because I don't want to be
rude on a Sunday morning :)
SeanBM 35 | 5,808  
19 Jul 2009 /  #3
Hello adrian11224,

This is an interesting subject, as I see more and more ill informed Americans blaming Polish people for what happened in WWII.

"Auschwitz II (Birkenau) was an extermination camp or Vernichtungslager, and was the site of the deaths of at least 960,000 Jews, 75,000 Poles, and some 19,000 Roma (Gypsies)."

It was a crime against humanity what happened to Jew, Poles and Gypsies.

don't let the hateful Hitler ways convince you that Jews are somehow primitive because they are brilliant here in NYC.

Hitler was a mad man and Hitler did not convince anyone here that Jews were primitive.

IT IS NOT RACIST STOP BEING NAZI- Polish !!!

Polish people are not Nazis.
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
19 Jul 2009 /  #4
So you have a guy sleeping on your bed beside you. Wow, you have really embraced this togetherness thing, congratulations ;) Are you spreading the love, adrian? ;)

You moved to the US at the age of Poland? Wow, that's a cryptic puzzler to ruminate over. I might move to Scotland at the age of December too, you know, just to see my family ;) ;)

Look, listen up!! Most Poles are indifferent to Jews. Stop muckraking, any anti-Semitic sentiments here are rarely visible and it's people like you who keep dragging the issue up again.

So, I suggest you go back to Samuel Horowitz and keep him warm. Thanks for reading and listening :)
jump_bunny 5 | 237  
19 Jul 2009 /  #5
I lived with a Jewish family for a year. It was the worst time of my life.
Torq 26 | 2,371  
19 Jul 2009 /  #6
Why? You didn't like the kosher food?
Shaykh - | 10  
19 Jul 2009 /  #7
kosher food is kosher, nothing wrong in kosher. but if you want to guess, try something else.
jump_bunny 5 | 237  
19 Jul 2009 /  #8
Why? You didn't like the kosher food?

I have had no problem with their food or themselves running around in their yarmulkes, hats, beards, wigs and God even knows what else but when they told me off for using a diary plate for chicken and they threw it away, or when I was told by one of their kids I'm an animal as I don't make a Bracha (don't pray) before my meal, it made me feel slightly unwelcome.

According to their believes, Rabbi couldn't touch me, (I'm a female and what's even worse: a goyische) so each time he was passing by, he would try to be as far from me as he could with a disgust on his face. It is actually funny when I think of it now but trust me, didn't feel right back then.

Simply not knowing their rules (because they didn't care to inform me) I used the microvawe to prepare meat. Afterall they were all very upset and told me they need to go through 'an exhausting process' to make a microwave kosher back again. From that point on I gave up eating in the house, unless they told me to make a dinner for them. I honestly suppose everything in their life was depending on religion, including microvawe, apparently.

Do you want me to continue? I could probably write a book...
Torq 26 | 2,371  
19 Jul 2009 /  #9
Do you want me to continue? I could probably write a book...

What on Earth made you stay with some Orthodox Jewish family???
You might have expected that before you decided to live with them.

It would probably be very similar if you tried to live together with
some other extremely religious group of people with whom you don't
share their religion.

Oh, and why did you stay FOR A YEAR if you didn't like it so much from the start?
jump_bunny 5 | 237  
19 Jul 2009 /  #10
Oh, and why did you stay FOR A YEAR if you didn't like it so much from the start?

Long story and quite a personal question. I fell in love with somebody and living with them was the only way I stayed near that person. Everyone makes mistakes, eh?
Torq 26 | 2,371  
19 Jul 2009 /  #11
OK, fair enough.
Shaykh - | 10  
19 Jul 2009 /  #12
Yea, no point crying over spilt milk...mmmmm. milk, lunch time.

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extremely religious....i really disagree with your choice of words.
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,444  
19 Jul 2009 /  #13
the only thing which comes to my mind is that a lot of people hate other people out of ignorance. Nothing more, nothing less.
Torq 26 | 2,371  
19 Jul 2009 /  #14
Sad but true.
Nathan 18 | 1,363  
19 Jul 2009 /  #15
I have a jew sleeping on MY bed right now but Im not going to wake him up.

So you are sleep-talking right now?
lexi 1 | 176  
19 Jul 2009 /  #16
I am a young Proud Polish American that moved to USA at the age of Poland

Gosh tell us the secret of " longevity", were you a good friend of Jesus, tell us all about him, and any scandalous behaviour, especially with those drunken desciples.

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