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Poland wants $55bln of new roads for Euro 2012


tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
13 Apr 2008 /  #31
how can you blame the media!! if there was no problem, there would be no media to cover it :)
Lukasz 49 | 1,746  
13 Apr 2008 /  #32
Wroclaw have you been to Germany or France ? :) that you talk about problems with nationalists :))))

(I thoyght this discussion is about something different_

I prepare something for yoy TORNADO :))) you dumb ass (in different topic)
isthatu2 4 | 2,702  
13 Apr 2008 /  #33
lol,really,are you being serious Torny? Come on,get three nutters,stick them infront of a TV news camera and watch the ratings rise. Its like that Omid Djalili sketch where he talks about the news,"Lets go to our western correspondent,Yes,hello old chap,lovely to see you,we of course love and admire the peacfull peoples of the world. Ok,lets cut to our recorded interview in tehran, LAILA ILA ALLAH DEATH TO AMERICA,KILL THE INFIDEL!!!!"
Wroclaw 44 | 5,384  
13 Apr 2008 /  #34
how can you blame the media!! if there was no problem, there would be no media to cover it :)

We don't want the media making a mountain out of a mole hill. Maybe.
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
13 Apr 2008 /  #35
I prepare something for yoy TORNADO :))) you dumb ass (in different topic)

haha, go ahead mate :):):)

lol,really,are you being serious Torny? Come on,get three nutters,stick them infront of a TV news camera and watch the ratings rise. Its like that Omid Djalili sketch where he talks about the news,"Lets go to our western correspondent,Yes,hello old chap,lovely to see you,we of course love and admire the peacfull peoples of the world. Ok,lets cut to our recorded interview in tehran, LAILA ILA ALLAH DEATH TO AMERICA,KILL THE INFIDEL!!!!"

We don't want the media making a mountain out of a mole hill. Maybe.

ok fair enough, they may over play it, thats the world of media coverage i'm affraid, it happens all over the world, with all sorts of topics.

Would you rather have media silence so it could be swept under the carpet???
Wroclaw 44 | 5,384  
13 Apr 2008 /  #36
Wroclaw have you been to Germany or France ?

I have a flat in Berlin. Does that count.

I thoyght this discussion is about something different

My point is that the roads won't be built on time and even if they are there are other problems that will fcuk up Euro 2012 for Poland.
Bartolome 2 | 1,085  
13 Apr 2008 /  #37
Pal, open your eyes - they will always show 'interesting' things, the ones which will make people buy a newspaper or watch the telly. Things not shown it the TV cease to exist - a good example is Andrew Lepper phenomenon.
Wroclaw 44 | 5,384  
13 Apr 2008 /  #38
Would you rather have media silence so it could be swept under the carpet???

No, that would be foolish. I think more details about what the Polish FA are doing and a little less about the fans would help.
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
13 Apr 2008 /  #39
Pal, open your eyes - they will always show 'interesting' things, the ones which will make people buy a newspaper or watch the telly. Things not shown it the TV cease to exist - a good example is Andrew Lepper phenomenon.

yeah of course the media do that, the point is people can see round that, everybody knows and understands that the media blow things up out of all context. Some things you have to take with a pinch of salt and other times you have to realise that they will be over blown, however there still is an underlying problem.
Michal - | 1,865  
13 Apr 2008 /  #40
Poland has done nothing to help itself all through the Communist Era and now people can see why Poland wants to join the E.U so that England has to give a recent version of the old American Marshal Plan. Bad news for everyone, especially the British tax payer.
Bartolome 2 | 1,085  
13 Apr 2008 /  #41
Poland has done nothing to help itself all through the Communist Era

Because your Sovietskaya Rodina first installed its puppet regime in Warsaw and was sucking out of Poland all it could.

Poland wants to join the E.U

Poland IS already in the EU.
Michal - | 1,865  
14 Apr 2008 /  #42
Because your Sovietskaya Rodina first installed its puppet regime in Warsaw and was sucking out of Poland all it

Poland freely elected a pro Soviet government after World War 2. It was Poland's wish to be absorbed into the new Eastern Europe as was shown by the overwhelming election results.
z_darius 14 | 3,968  
14 Apr 2008 /  #43
There was nothing free about these elections. Nada.

Post WW2 elections were not elections. It was a time of terror by Polish pawns of the USSR. Many political positions were actually occupied by Soviets, not by Poles, especially military positions. The options for those who opposed the Soviet backed bandits were: death penalty, escape from Poland to the West, gulag, long jail time in Poland, living underground in one's own country or be simply prosecuted for decades to come. All this is a far cry from "free elections".

Your soviet education seems to be failing you, yet again.
isthatu2 4 | 2,702  
14 Apr 2008 /  #44
Poland freely elected a pro Soviet government after World War 2. It was Poland's wish to be absorbed into the new Eastern Europe as was shown by the overwhelming election results.

That really has to be up there with the funniest/nuttiest statements on here(baring of course the chicom goons and traitors on the olympics thread)
Bartolome 2 | 1,085  
14 Apr 2008 /  #45
Poland freely elected a pro Soviet government after World War 2. It was Poland's wish to be absorbed into the new Eastern Europe as was shown by the overwhelming election results.

There's no point on commenting on that. It could only be said by an Homo Sovieticus to the bone.

And btw. Poor road network - virtually no motorways in Poland during communist era - were one of pro-Moscow government methods of hampering communication between people (as well as ridiculously long times of awaiting for phone line, etc).
osiol 55 | 3,922  
14 Apr 2008 /  #46
Poland freely elected a pro Soviet government after World War 2

I suppose so did Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Bulgaria and Romania. The Baltic states freely chose to give up their pre-war independence just so they could be more like their bestest friends, those lovely Soviet Russians, who they had all been itching to climb into bed with from the year dot.

No. Wait a minute. It was forced on all the others, but Poles are too stupid and have ugly noses and smoke noisily in parks so they went for the idiot's option. Right, Micky?
Daisy 3 | 1,225  
14 Apr 2008 /  #47
I see Michal has been discharged from hospital again
szkotja2007 27 | 1,498  
14 Apr 2008 /  #48
Yep, I heard it on the radio.
Daisy 3 | 1,225  
14 Apr 2008 /  #49
was that the Police radio?
isthatu2 4 | 2,702  
14 Apr 2008 /  #50
I suppose so did Czechoslovakia

not far off it though.....
Buddy 7 | 167  
16 Apr 2008 /  #51
Remember "I want, doesn't get... we say please may I have...."

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