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Roman Giertych.... a right-wing politician from Poland


friend 4 | 37  
16 Sep 2007 /  #1
does anyone else think he is the biggest ASSWIPE that ever lived?
Wroclaw 44 | 5,384  
16 Sep 2007 /  #3
does anyone else think he is the biggest ASSWIPE that ever lived?

He has started to redeem himself. The new election seems to be concentrating his mind on what matters
dtaylor 9 | 823  
16 Sep 2007 /  #4
the guy is a ****, sorry but his idea's are crap
johan123 1 | 228  
16 Sep 2007 /  #5
Explain more ! The guy seems pretty run of the mill for politicians in Poland
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
16 Sep 2007 /  #6
Roman Giertych.

A complete joke which the rest of Europe laughs at :)
Wyspianska  
16 Sep 2007 /  #7
hey wait a minute, he was my boss for 4 month oO
Osiedle_Ruda  
16 Sep 2007 /  #8
Rządzi LPR a Polakom wstyd :)
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
16 Sep 2007 /  #9
hey wait a minute, he was my boss for 4 month oO

bad luck :) although i'm assuming you mean a namesake of his :)
Wyspianska  
16 Sep 2007 /  #10
i was in GMO (think u all know whats that) hehe
made some posters and they didnt pay me for it! Bunch of liars on both sides. I trust only myself

edit:

although i'm assuming you mean a namesake of his :)

lol, tornado, dont forget im a lady o.O
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
16 Sep 2007 /  #11
lol, tornado, dont forget im a lady o.O

i know, what did i say?? that shouldn't be said to a lady

i was in GMO (think u all know whats that) hehe
made some posters and they didnt pay me for it! Bunch of liars on both sides. I trust only myself

you can never trust a politician :)
Wyspianska  
16 Sep 2007 /  #12
Quoting: Wyspianska
lol, tornado, dont forget im a lady o.O

i know, what did i say?? that shouldn't be said to a lady

oh, he was my boss means he was a minister of eduction and im still in high school haha
good i dont have to wear uniforms (that was one of his ideas)
johan123 1 | 228  
16 Sep 2007 /  #13
A complete joke which the rest of Europe laughs at :)

Europe understands nothing of the political situation in Poland and should concentrate on its own political scandals instead of focusing on what's worth laughing at in Poland

If one has to award prizes for jokes Germany's Gerhard Schröder would take 1st prize for joining the Russian KGB mafia at Gazprom. Europe as a whole 2nd prize for relentlessly sucking off Chinese communists a long with unconditional support for 2008 Games in a country with no democracy or rule of law that represents anyone except the communist party elite.
Wyspianska  
16 Sep 2007 /  #14
Europe understands nothing of the political situation in Poland and should concentrate on its own political scandals instead of focusing on what's worth laughing at in Poland

yeah actually i think that brits or others nationalities dont know what Giertych exactly is about. Maybe they know only that hes a bit controversial with his stupidity and ignorance (he called gay's demonstration "pedersci" lol and many others examples) but ask anyone of them who is he for Poland's government and im sure that 70% of them wont know.

ah and btw GMO was a campaign towards Giertych. I though its cool. already felt revolution but as i said they didnt pay me for my work so i just kick their as*s :)
johan123 1 | 228  
16 Sep 2007 /  #15
What Polish beer is the best when you try to kiss a Polish girl
OP friend 4 | 37  
16 Sep 2007 /  #16
I don't think he's very nice, but I do think he's very handsome. A shame a young fiery, intelligent handsome man like him is involved in such filth.

A real shame

he is an anti-gay, neo-fascist demagogue and his party supports violence againt homosexuals
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
16 Sep 2007 /  #17
Europe understands nothing of the political situation in Poland and should concentrate on its own political scandals instead of focusing on what's worth laughing at in Poland

of course nobody knows about the political situation in Poland, who wants to learn from a failing government that hasn't got much right in the past :)

However having said that, it is not totally the governments fault that a lot of the skilled Poles are leaving Poland

yeah actually i think that brits or others nationalities dont know what Giertych exactly is about.

your probably right their wyspi

stupidity and ignorance (he called gay's demonstration "pedersci" lol and many others examples)

can i take a guess and say he is a strong 'catholic' :)
Wyspianska  
16 Sep 2007 /  #18
I don't think he's very nice, but I do think he's very handsome.

:O are u blind? i saw him in reality. looks like ... ugh :D

What Polish beer is the best when you try to kiss a Polish girl

no beer, jus fresh breath
johan123 1 | 228  
16 Sep 2007 /  #19
failing government that hasn't got much right in the past :)

I would be grateful if you could expand a little on the present government's failings and on what would be so called " right" in your opinion. Is it wrong to defend Poland's interests in Europe ? Is it wrong to punish former communists?
Wyspianska  
16 Sep 2007 /  #20
can i take a guess and say he is a strong 'catholic' :)

i would call him just a freak
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,161  
16 Sep 2007 /  #21
and his party supports violence againt homosexuals

So... ?
johan123 1 | 228  
16 Sep 2007 /  #22
If one has to award prizes for jokes Germany's Gerhard Schröder would take 1st prize for joining the Russian KGB mafia at Gazprom. Europe as a whole 2nd prize for relentlessly sucking off Chinese communists a long with unconditional support for 2008 Games in a country with no democracy or rule of law that represents anyone except the communist party elite.

Talking about failings!
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
16 Sep 2007 /  #23
Is it wrong to punish former communists?

do what you like with them, they were your occupiers and not ours :)

I'm sure nobodyf would mind if they went mysteriously missing :)

failings

Ok firstly the fact that they cannot keep the young, skilled Polish people in Poland, due to the fact that there is nothing to offer them.

Jobs, there is a severe lack of jobs in Poland this is part of the reason that people are leaving Poland

Economy, probably are going to have to depend on the rest of the EU to help turn that around as they can't do it themselves.

Poland has been through a lot as history would dictate, however its time to stop acting the victim and use that anger, bitterness or whatever to better Poland.

Is it wrong to defend Poland's interests in Europe ?

please explain what you mean by this, it could be a number of things and i'm not going to answer each potential answer
johan123 1 | 228  
16 Sep 2007 /  #24
do what you like with them, they were your occupiers and not ours :)

Poland has had the pleasure of communism due to political decision taken by your politicians! While the UK has enjoyed outstanding, although unbalanced regionally, economic growth!

Fight a long side us , so that we can live in freedom after the second world. Polish people lost their freedom as a direct result of the spineless political decisions taken after the war. Polish soldiers died on the battlefields of Europe so that their nation could be rewarded with an illegal communist system that ruined the country's economy and ripped apart, by use of secret police, the very fabric that binds a nation together.

Ok firstly the fact that they cannot keep the young, skilled Polish people in Poland, due to the fact that there is nothing to offer them.

Jobs, there is a severe lack of jobs in Poland this is part of the reason that people are leaving Poland

Economy, probably are going to have to depend on the rest of the EU to help turn that around as they can't do it themselves.

Poland has been through a lot as history would dictate, however its time to stop acting the victim and use that anger, bitterness or whatever to better Poland.

And only 18 years after the fall of the communist system you expect us to perform economic miracles overnight.
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
16 Sep 2007 /  #25
Poland has had the pleasure of communism due to political decision taken by your politicians! While the UK has enjoyed outstanding, although unbalanced regionally, economic growth!

sorry mate but thats typical 'Polish victim' syndrome right there :)

Fight a long side us , so that we can live in freedom after the second world. Polish people lost their freedom as a direct result of the spineless political decisions taken after the war.

i'm sorry but we didn't storm you with Blitzkrieg and Pnza tanks, we are also not the ones who shared half of your country with the Germans.

Polish soldiers died on the battlefields of Europe so that their nation could be rewarded with an illegal communist system that ruined the country's economy and ripped apart, by use of secret police, the very fabric that binds a nation together.

ow man come on plenty of soldiers died from all round the world. thats another piece of victim syndrome. Yes Poland suffered but don't start pointing fingers our way you should have done what the Russians did defended a bit better maybe.

I appreciate all the Polish pilots who flew in the RAF etc but i bet they didn't do it because they wanted to help Britain they did it because they wanted to kill the fascists :)

And only 18 years after the fall of the communist system you expect us to perform economic miracles overnight.

no of course not but i also don't expect you to point to every other country but your own for your misgivings and failings
johan123 1 | 228  
16 Sep 2007 /  #26
please explain what you mean by this, it could be a number of things and i'm not going to answer each potential answer

Get off your western high horse!

They should first explain the reasons behind the decisions taken after the second world war. The reasons behind " Yalta". The reasons behind the recognition of the illegal Polish government (put in place by Moscow) after the second war world.

Why because history repeats itself!

The very same reasons today are being used to justify the EU's close cooperation with Russia. A Russia infiltrated with former KGB agents in all areas of economic and political life. A Russia who rewards cooperation with riches and punishes dissent with murder.
OP friend 4 | 37  
16 Sep 2007 /  #27
Quoting: friend
I don't think he's very nice, but I do think he's very handsome.

:O are u blind? i saw him in reality. looks like ... ugh :D

I don't know.....I've seen some pretty good pics of him- depends on what his mood is, though. I'll probaly never get him though....
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
16 Sep 2007 /  #28
Get off your western high horse!

They should first explain the reasons behind the decisions taken after the second world war.

you are proving my point here, you clearly addicted with the past instead of concentrating on your countries future. How about you get rid of your bitterness and move on, if you want to help Poland you can do far better than moan about 60 years ago, we are in the here and now not then!!!

The very same reasons today are being used to justify the EU's close cooperation with Russia. A Russia infiltrated with former KGB agents in all areas of economic and political life. A Russia who rewards cooperation with riches and punishes dissent with murder.

listen i can agree that Russia is not going to have anything to do with Europe because it might stop them from, future development as they may see it, we would call it invasion :)
Wyspianska  
16 Sep 2007 /  #29
I'll probaly never get him though....

oh, dont be sad cuz of it :D nothing to regret

plus hes so damn tall
im 178cm and i felt like a Thumbelina near him :)
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
16 Sep 2007 /  #30
friend

do you always bend over in that fashion friend, you will get a bad back you know??? It also tempts other thoughts :)

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