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Predictions for Polish Presidential Candidates 2010


hello 22 | 891  
25 Oct 2007 /  #1
Now since the parliamentary elections in Poland are over, who do you think has the best chances to become the next Polish president? The presidential elections in Poland are in about 3 years (2010). From the history it seems Polish people, in spite of stereotypes, are pretty liberal. I remember there was one independent candidate several years ago that had almost become a Polish president - Stan Tyminski. He went to the final elections with Lech Walesa and only there he lost.

The current Polish president - Lech Kaczynski - will surely start to get re-elected in 2010. Who will be his serious opponents? It is said Donald Tusk's dream is to become the next Polish president and his position as a prime minister is just a temporary solution. For me Tusk seems to be better suited as a president, not a prime minister. Who could be a "black horse" in this group? I think Tomasz Lis, a current pretty popular TV reporter, will have a strong position among the Polish nation - he is smart, handsome, has experience in working abroad, is popular, independent, knows languages. Or maybe Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz, hard-working but maybe too weak former prime-minister. Another one may be Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz, but she probably won't have big chances since she's a woman and not very popular. Same to Jolanta Kwasniewska, the wife of the former Polish president - Aleksander Kwasniewski. Some Poles say Waldemar Pawlak could be a good choice, but he's from PSL (party of Polish farmers) and it's hard to believe he could get much approval.

Any other predictions for the 2010 Poland presidential candidates?
Wroclaw 44 | 5,386  
26 Oct 2007 /  #2
From your options: Tusk or Pawlak.

It's really far too early to choose an outside bet at the moment.
OP hello 22 | 891  
26 Oct 2007 /  #3
I also think Pawlak has become a strong and effective politician - in spite of the fact he was mocked at the beginning of his political career (especially as the Polish prime minister).
lesser 4 | 1,311  
26 Oct 2007 /  #4
You must be joking, Pawlak is a disaster, political second league. I admit that these days he made some progress but he is not good material for serious politician. Phlegmatic person and very weak speaker. For average voters Pawlak is just boring and they switch TV channel if he appears.

I would not be so sure whether Kaczynski really want to be re-elected. PiS could select Zbigniew Ziobro who won rivalry in Krakow with his adversary from PO.

The rest of mentioned contenders are either non-serious or without proper political background. I think that Tusk would wish to try again.
POLAKSWAKEUP  
9 Nov 2007 /  #5
GUYS PLS WAKE UP JUST LOOK AT THE FACTS....

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Polish_Jews
PLS ALSO CHECK OUT BELOW:

IAMTHEWITNESS.COM
jewwatch.com/
osiol 55 | 3,922  
9 Nov 2007 /  #6
POLAKSWAKEUP

Wake up? You're making lots of people feel very tired.
Yawn. Yawn yawn yawn yawn yawn yawn yawn yawn yawn yawn yawn yawwwn.
POLAKSWAKEUP  
9 Nov 2007 /  #7
facts are facts my friend....you cant argue with them :-)
osiol 55 | 3,922  
9 Nov 2007 /  #8
Who are you calling your friend?
POLAKSWAKEUP  
9 Nov 2007 /  #9
a friend is someone who cares....and i do...you have a great nation and a beautiful country...but pls wake up....at least try to read what more and more and more people are realizing the truth.
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,510  
9 Nov 2007 /  #10
HOW CAN COUNTRIES CONTAINING THE WORLDS MINERALS AND RESOURCES BE THE POOREST IN THE WORLD???????

that strikes me as a worthwhile question
osiol 55 | 3,922  
9 Nov 2007 /  #11
Many countries rich in natural resources are relatively poor.
It is people that make countries rich, not minerals.
slick77  
9 Nov 2007 /  #12
it's a valid question but it doesn't imply any secret world-wide conspiration of jews and freemasons...
POLANDWAKEUP  
9 Nov 2007 /  #13
7 out of 10 billionaires are zionist...in the US.
70 out of 10 oligarchs in Russia are zionsist.

look at the top banks: Goldman Sachs, Lehman Bros, JP Morgan, Rothschilds, Warburgs,....it is not just banking....its:

POLITICS....SARKOZY, MERKEL, BLAIR, YOUR TWINS,

MEDIA & PUBLISHING IN ALL COUNTRIES: RUPERT MURDOCH, ROBERT MAXWELL,

EDUCATION: (LOOK AT THE PRESIDENTS OF THE TOP AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES

RETAIL: TESCO (TESSA COHEN), WOOLWORTH, MARKS AND SPENCERS, JOHN LEWIS, WAITROSE....PLS CHECK OUT THE POLISH ONES...I DONT KNOW THE NAMES.
FILM & ENTERTAINMENT: STEVE

THIS IS NOT BY COINCIDENCE IT IS PART OF A PLAN STARTED BY THEODORE HERZL.
z_darius 14 | 3,968  
9 Nov 2007 /  #14
70 out of 10 oligarchs in Russia are zionsist.

Wow. It is getting dangerous indeed.
osiol 55 | 3,922  
9 Nov 2007 /  #15
Blair? Merkel? Stockwell (TESCO).

FILM & ENTERTAINMENT: STEVE

Is there only one Steve in film and entertainment? I thought there were at least three.

Should I have just yawned again instead?
slick77  
9 Nov 2007 /  #16
70 out of 10 oligarchs in Russia are zionsist.

damn! that's ALMOST all of them...lol
POLANDWAKEUP  
9 Nov 2007 /  #17
It is people that make countries rich, not minerals.

why? it doesn't make sense...? these countries were colonialized, resources taken, and when they left, they had installed companies which could continue to extract the resources....Rio Tinto, BP, Coffee, Tea,

These poor corrupt govts are tied to IMF and world bank because they cannot afford to pay the loans they have....hence the call to cancel the 3rd world debt.

Who is the head of the world bank: aul D. Wolfowitz....check him out...who put him there...Bush.

Who is the current head of the Federal Reserve: Ben Bernanke, son of a Rabbi.
Who was the previous head of the Federal Reserve: Alan Greenspan


Who is the homeland security for US: Chertoff, son of a Rabbi. Also holds Israeli passport.

What about your TWIN leaders...is this a democracy....what were they doing in Israel kissing the wailing wall...?

Why did your ex-prime minister apologize to Jews for Polands role in WWII ?

It is not planned...it is an organic brotherhood which promotes itself at the expense of others and anything.

HAVE YOU SEEN FIGHT CLUB...??
slick77  
9 Nov 2007 /  #18
From the history it seems Polish people, in spite of stereotypes, are pretty liberal.

are you saying that being liberal = better? i disagree

I think Tomasz Lis...he is smart, handsome, has experience in working abroad, is popular, independent, knows languages.

you must be joking...

to be honest i don't see on any smart candidate out there...
OP hello 22 | 891  
9 Nov 2007 /  #19
are you saying that being liberal = better? i disagree

Just the opposite, I'm stating what I think is the fact. I don't personally think liberalism is a good route for the Polish political and social scene.

you must be joking...
to be honest i don't see on any smart candidate out there...

Me neither. In this aspect Poland and USA have the same problem.
Lukasz 49 | 1,746  
9 Nov 2007 /  #20
oh come on, we know that a lot of our politicians have jew origin and they dont hide it ... and it is good. Maybe most of Poles dotn agree with Israel policy (me too), but our Polish jews are ok :) ...
slick77  
9 Nov 2007 /  #21
oh come on, we know that a lot of our politicians have jew origin and they dont hide it ... and it is good.

1. who's we?

2. how many is "a lot" ?

3. define "jew origin"
Puzzler 9 | 1,089  
9 Nov 2007 /  #22
1. who's we?

- First of all, who are you and what is your own origin? One of the trollie race?
:)
slick77  
9 Nov 2007 /  #23
who are you and what is your own origin?

are you writing my biography or what?

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