this is a little different
- And why is that that when Kaczynski doesn't sign it's suddenly 'different'? Why can't it be the same and equal whether Kaczynski or Koehler or any one else signs or doesn't sign the Treaty?
Kaczyński proceeded along a certain road during the preliminary negotiations and also came with some degree of compromise in him
- This selfsame thing can perhaps be said about any of the folks who negotiated the Treaty, can't it?
However, latterly he has been recalcitrant, perhaps due to some Europhobe whispering nonsense in his ear.
- What do you specifically mean by Kaczynski's being 'recalcitrant'? Give facts, please.
U must be decisive and stick 2 ur guns in politics. He has been wavering more than a schizophrenic kite ;)
- You're again talking metaphorically. What do you specifically mean?
I meant, from that 2nd point, that there will be a rock or 2 somewhere along the smooth path
- I take it you mean:' there will be difficulties'? If yes, then what difficulties?
Kaczyński must accept some degree of setback or sacrifice in order to encapsulate the spirit of the treaty.
- Do you mean Kaczynski hasn't accepted some setback or sacrifice? What setback and sacrifice could that be? Hasn't he accepted the Irish 'no' as a setback? What do you mean by 'encapsulate the spirit of the treaty'?
The Poles have prospered immeasurably in some areas as a result of EU intervention.
- Specifically where have the Poles 'prospered immesurably' thanks to the EU? Do you mean the EU has been doing the Poles a favour, without taking anything back? Do you mean: 'EU has been feeding you, ungrateful beggars'?
I maybe implied that the Poles leech but, frankly speaking, I have little solid evidence to back it up.
- So you admit you cannot prove Poles have 'a collective kitty smash and grab approach' to EU?