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Moderators: why so much xenophobia, racism and more generally hatred in PF's messages?


johnny reb 10 | 1,637    
17 Jan 2016  #61

Can anyone name the rest of the Jews that post on the Polish Forum besides jon, Harold, delph and Lyzko ?
Why so much xenophobia, racism and more generally hatred in PF's messages?
Simple, connect the dots.


Borsukrates 5 | 134    
17 Jan 2016  #62

Why do you accept so many messages full of xenophobic, racist, antisemitic, homophobic comments?

A to Polska właśnie.

That's just Poland. 97% of population is one nation, nearly everyone is ethnically white. People aren't wealthy enough to travel much and see other countries. Foreigners don't have reasons to come to Poland, because it's a relatively poor country. So Poland is a kind of backwater. Those who go to work abroad often don't come back.

Hatred against Jews and other minorities is mostly work of successful Nazi propaganda.
delphiandomine 57 | 15,125    
17 Jan 2016  #63

Hatred against Jews and other minorities is mostly work of successful Nazi propaganda.

Not only, though. The PRL did a pretty good job of it as well, especially whipping up anti-German feelings.
Librarius 1 | 95    
17 Jan 2016  #64

work of successful Nazi propaganda.

youtube.com/watch?v=PAgWOYvTDKs

Like this?
Borsukrates 5 | 134    
18 Jan 2016  #65

Poland also experiences its first contact with paid political haters. At least on such a large scale. Anonymous sources claim that PiS was the largest client of "opinion-shaping" parties in 2015. PiS is known for supporting and defending nationalists, including football hooligans and skinheads.

There are paid sock puppets here for sure, it's only a matter of "how many" and "who".
NocyMrok    
18 Jan 2016  #66

Can anyone name the rest of the Jews that post on the Polish Forum besides jon, Harold, delph and Lyzko ?

Is Jon really a Jew? Thought Judaism is somewhat close to Catholicism and being homo is a sin there as well.
johnny reb 10 | 1,637    
18 Jan 2016  #67

Thought Judaism is somewhat close to Catholicism and being homo is a sin there as well.

Basically it boils down to the Believers verses the Non Believers here.
Judaism, Catholicism, Islam, all God fearing people (96% of the people out there and 98% of Catholic Poland) believe that homosexuals (All 1.5% of them out there) is an immoral sin so all you have to do is claim that you are an atheist like jon has which makes all those religious beliefs invalid to justify your sexual preferences.

The atheists, agnostic and progressive liberals come here and try to promote their sinful beliefs to "enrich" the culture with what the Catholics, Judaism and Islam beliefs contradict so what is being called "HATRED" is not hatred, it is calling it what it is and that is sin.

The progressive liberals use the words of xenophobia, racism and hatred to try and argue the truth but that is where they lose is because you can't argue the truth.

In essence THEY are the ones that hate what 96% of the people of the world that don't want their 'culture enriched with' and that is accepting and believing sin as not being sin.
TheOther 5 | 2,831    
19 Jan 2016  #68

96% of the people out there

More like 84% of the world's population ...
washingtontimes.com/blog/watercooler/2012/dec/23/84-percent-world-population-has-faith-third-are-ch/

... and the US public is becoming less religious ...
pewforum.org/2015/11/03/u-s-public-becoming-less-religious/

... while "almost all Christian groups are now more accepting of homosexuality" ...
pewforum.org/2015/11/03/u-s-public-becoming-less-religious/pf_15-10-27_secondrls_overview_accepthomosexuals310px/
Wulkan - | 2,972    
19 Jan 2016  #69

Anonymous sources claim

Shall I tell you where you can shove those "anonymous sources"?
poland4africans 1 | 23    :-(
20 Jan 2016  #70

Thanks for the message InPolska.

I think that Poland must be diverse now!! It's 2016.
johnny reb 10 | 1,637    
15 Apr 2016  #71

Merged: Racists, Bigots & Homophobes Defined

Racist
NOUN
1.a person who shows or feels discrimination or prejudice against people of other races, or who believes that a particular race is superior to another:

"the comments have led to her being called a racist"
ADJECTIVE
1.showing or feeling discrimination or prejudice against people of other races, or believing that a particular race is superior to another:

This word is being misused here on the Polish Forum many times as condescending convenience to belittle and insult.
How can someone be a "racist" when they back up their truthful statements with facts and statistics ?
(We all know that the truth stings sometimes)
If anything the people that resent hearing the truth because it embarrasses their agenda of propaganda to advance their race at the expense and burden of another race are the racists.

bigot
NOUN
1. intolerant person to those holding a different opinion

LOL - That covers just about everyone here dunnit !

Homophobe
A person who believes that two people of the same sex having sexual relations are unacceptable abnormal filthy perversions.
Sylvio 5 | 24    
15 Apr 2016  #72

Without taking position on whether these type of posts are meant to assuage, or inflame the above sentiments, I would
like to relate what I saw in my Hotmail today. Namely, writing a private email I misspelt the word [menengitis].
Right mouse on the RED underscore, and I see two alternative options: 1st one is the same word spelt correctly, but
the 2nd word is, wait for this,...[antisemitism] ?!
So, I decided to place a new thread on polishforums.com, enquiring if anyone else, for example using a US laptop,
in Poland, may have had a similar experience of hate inciting mind-prompts coming up, during normal laptop use.
But strangely, only an hour later my thread... vanished, without a trace? So, my question is, why would any
custodian of racial and religious tolerance and equality, such as moderators, choose to remove my thread? Surely it was obvious from the text that it was the Internet itself, or Hotmail Outlook, attempting to steer my mind onto the issues. so perhaps it would be helpful to alert public to the issue, right? And I don't write any texts that would even use such a word. Not to mention that in all likelihood, a Jew could not be found on this planet, who could have found me anything other than very friendly. And BTW, as a general question, is anti-Semitism equally bad as antipolonism or anticatholicism, for that matter?

Click your username then browse your posts - everything is still at PF
AdrianK9 6 | 432    :-(
15 Apr 2016  #73

Why so much comments calling politically the more right leaning people xenophobic, bigots, racists?

In modern society, we preach acceptance (as tolerance is no longer enough) of everyone - that includes Catholics, Muslims, Jews, Irish, Black, Asian, Polish, gay, straight, cisexual (heard this one for the first time a few days ago - still have no clue what it means), etc.

However, it appears that there is a double standard. We are taught to accept and respect everyone's religious beliefs and customs. Well, my Catholic beliefs state that homosexuality is wrong. If the liberals and politically correct people have pushed so hard for universal acceptance - why are my Catholic beliefs being trampled on?

It seems that political correctness is hypocritical - as not all religious beliefs and customs are accepted - only those that they wish to accept and don't contradict any one elses'.

Same with Islam - there's a huge push now against 'Islamaphobia.' Yet, Islam also criticizes homosexuality. How can one fight against Islamaphobia but at the same time call a religious Muslim a homophobe?

How can someone be a "racist" when they back up their truthful statements with facts and statistics ?

Last time I checked, numbers aren't prejudice or racist. However, stating a FACT like 60% of welfare recipients are African American would be considered racist. However, that doesn't change the fact that it isn't true... It would appear the politically correct and the lefties only use statistics when it suits their purpose and only are tolerant and accepting of other religions, ethnicities, customs, beliefs, sexualities, etc. when it doesn't contradict anything.
Sylvio 5 | 24    
16 Apr 2016  #74

There are many ways to incite racism,in use today. For example if the indigenous population witness preferential treatment,in jobs, housing, bank loans,promotions etc..being lavished upon foreigners,above what the poorest locals could expect, racist sentiments will flourish. In this case public racism is simply a wrong label for what is a just outrage against injustice.
jon357 55 | 10,783    
16 Apr 2016  #75

For example if the indigenous population witness preferential treatment,in jobs, housing, bank loans,promotions etc..being lavished upon foreigners,above what the poorest locals could expect

More usually if some people perceive that more than witness it in reality or are particularly influenced by myths and exaggerations from yellow press journalists, demagogue politicians appealing to victim mentality or others of ill-will. The Internet has intensified all of that.
Marsupial - | 859    
16 Apr 2016  #76

It's just free speech. Remember that? Pf has free speech, more or less. Gg pf.
Chemikiem 4 | 810    
16 Apr 2016  #77

my Catholic beliefs state that homosexuality is wrong.

The Catholic church states that in itself homosexuality is not wrong or sinful, it is the act that is considered to be wrong.
The church also says that homosexual persons must be accepted with respect, compassion and sensitivity.
It goes on to say that every sign of unjust discrimination toward homosexuals should be avoided.

Do comments like " How many licks does it take to get to the center of little jon's gas chamber so it doesn't feel like sandpaper anymore jewbacca? " comply with the church's teaching on homosexuality? Your homophobia is there for all to see, and that's disregarding your vile comments about Jews which are littered throughout random chat.

I wonder what on earth new members coming to this forum think when they read the appalling comments written here.
It does PF no favours at all.
Sylvio 5 | 24    
16 Apr 2016  #78

I heard once on BBC radio, that if someone feels that they are discriminated, it means that they ARE. There goes my victim mentality. Something else is curious in all of this. Many people claim that all world media are controled by individuals of Jewish extraction. So, how is it that they fail to address this "elephant in the room", by addressing the issue properly, and ensure this apparent lack of fairness gets fixed. They have the experts on steering public opinion,right? So, why dont they do it,and instead just keep reminding all the problem exists. Surely they, Jews do npt have your victim mentality?
jon357 55 | 10,783    
16 Apr 2016  #79

if someone feels that they are discriminated, it means that they AR

It's a very subjective thing.

Many people claim that

They are paranoid.

Remember a certain type of feeble individual, the type for whom nationalism, fascism etc appeal, need to see a wicked enemy holding them back, whereas the only thing actually holding them back is their own limitations.

You've posted a couple of times about Jewish people. Do you think about them a lot?
Sylvio 5 | 24    
16 Apr 2016  #80

Well, If I had the temerity to comment on this recurrent mantra, so I must be all those subject line adjectives...;))
TheOther 5 | 2,831    
16 Apr 2016  #81

It does PF no favours at all.

Very true. The past year has been particularly bad in this respect, but I have since come to the conclusion that this development is actually wanted. White supremacists, neo-Nazis, religious nutters, ultra right-wing "nationalists" versus atheists, lefties, gays and "LibTards" (feel free to add some more insults) is the perfect setup to stir sh*it. I suspect that someone behind the scenes is laughing his ass off big time.
jon357 55 | 10,783    
16 Apr 2016  #82

White supremacists, neo-Nazis, religious nutters, ultra right-wing "nationalists"

Most of the posts from those types are so laughable that they achieve the opposite of their intention. Look at AdrianK9's long rants...
johnny reb 10 | 1,637    
16 Apr 2016  #83

Then their are the homosexuals, atheists and liberal progressives that post such in a conservative Catholic countries forum and expect it to be tolerated.
Road runs both ways jon.
jon357 55 | 10,783    
16 Apr 2016  #84

n a conservative Catholic

You haven't been here, have you. You'd be surprised - it isn't all hicksville.

Anyway, you missed the point as ever - namely that certain posters (the one I mentioned, plus Po etc) post such nasty, vitriolic stuff that their posts have the opposite effect than they intended.

Yours are just not taken seriously.
johnny reb 10 | 1,637    
16 Apr 2016  #85

- it isn't all hicksville. Anyway,

And jon continues with his belittling insults...........grow up jon, would ya.

namely that certain posters post such nasty, vitriolic stuff that their posts have the opposite effect than they intended.

No, YOU missed the point again.
The point being is that YOUR nasty perverted, vitriolic stuff that you promote here is just as offensive and has the opposite effect on us yet you think we should have to sit here and accept it as the Queen's rule.

Guess what jon, not everyone marches to the libtards beat.
jon357 55 | 10,783    
16 Apr 2016  #86

Now don't be so mischievous - after all, very few posts you make here have anything that can be called quality content. They're either about the internal politics of a country thousands of miles away, or more usually about other posters here!

And yes, they are very frequently racist and intended to offend, whether or not they actually achieve that unworthy goal...
delphiandomine 57 | 15,125    
16 Apr 2016  #87

The point being is that YOUR nasty perverted, vitriolic stuff that you promote here is just as offensive and has the opposite effect on us yet you think we should have to sit here and accept it as the Queen's rule.

You don't seem to be particularly bothered by it, given that you seem to think and talk about homosexuality constantly.

A person who believes that two people of the same sex having sexual relations are unacceptable abnormal filthy perversions.

Exactly. Obsessed.
smurf 39 | 2,011    
29 Jun 2016  #88

Merged: Poster using n-word

I see that in your wisdom you have deleted the post made by poster: Grzegorz_ in the thread called
What does Poles think of European superstate?
where he used the word 'nigga' when talking to Dougpol1
polishforums.com/news/poles-think-european-superstate-78356/2/#msg1557051

Why have you deleted the post and why has the posting who used this disgusting racial slur not been banned, as I understand it the rules say:

Blatant racial abuse will not be tolerated

This is quite strange behaviour, to delete the poster's post where he used a disgusting racial slur like that but not to ban the poster.

Just have a search on the archived database and you can see that this horrible man has a history with this word.

I attempted to report it to you here:
polishforums.com/off-topic/random-chat-74400/2/#msg1557052

But instead you just moved my post to Random Chat in the hope it would disappear into the ether maybe?
solage    
7 Jul 2016  #89

Merged: I can't relate to anyone

I can't relate to anyone who judges someone by the colour of their skin, by the origin of their surname, by their religion, their culture, their sexuality, their gender, their appearance, their whatever.


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