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Angela Merkel is partially Polish. Her family name could be Kaźmierczak


Vlad1234 14 | 573
22 May 2015  #1
Merkel was born in 1954 as Angela Dorothea Kasner in Hamburg, West Germany, the daughter of Horst Kasner (1926-2011), a native of Berlin, and his wife Herlind, born in 1928 in Danzig (now Gdańsk, Poland) as Herlind Jentzsch, a teacher of English and Latin. Her mother was the daughter of the Danzig politician Willi Jentzsch and maternal granddaughter of the city clerk of Elbing (now Elbląg, Poland) Emil Drange. Herlind Jentzsch was once a member of the Social Democratic Party of Germany and briefly served as a member of the municipal council in Templin following the German reunification. Merkel has Polish ancestry through her paternal grandfather, Ludwig Kasner, a German national of Polish origin from Posen (now Poznań). The family's original name Kaźmierczak was Germanized to Kasner in 1930.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angela_Merkel#Early_political_career
Crow 137 | 7,590
22 May 2015  #2
Nothing new to me here. Really. i all the time repeat how German nation actually don`t exist. i mean, it exist but has absolutely Slavic (ie Sarmatian) origin. Only truly stupid people don`t understand this.
JollyRomek 7 | 481
23 May 2015  #3
And here was me thinking that Slavs were germanized, according to your earlier statements.

Now you are saying that Germans are actually of Slavic origin. So are you saying that Slavic people germanized themselves?
nope 2 | 44
23 May 2015  #4
Slavic people germanized themselves?

Well,it's Crow man. Only he understands what is he talking about. German nation doesn't exist, the poles are his brothers (because serbs haven't massacred anybody here ),russians are an example of tolerance,democracy etc,the rest of the world's population should be exterminated because they don't agree with Russia and Serbia and that's it. Heil Crow :)
Konstantynowicz
28 Apr 2016  #5
Welcome to read genealogy of Angela Merkel and others...
konstantynowicz.info/Bogdan/Angela_Merkel_Bronislaw_Komorowski/index.html
Regards.
Lyzko 22 | 6,534
28 Apr 2016  #6
This information has been well known for some time now. The cross-pollination over the centuries between Poles and Germans is legion! Often, I can't intuitively tell the difference any more between Polish and German tourists I frequently encounter here on the streets of New York.

I will say that, for obvious reasons, while Ms. Merkel has never once denied her Polish origins, she has never broadcast them either:-) This in itself is telling.
TheOther 5 | 3,697
28 Apr 2016  #7
Ms. Merkel has never once denied her Polish origins, she has never broadcast them either

If she's not interested in her heritage, why should she (except for political gains, that is)?
Lyzko 22 | 6,534
28 Apr 2016  #8
Were she Angela Guermann (nee Gursoy on her TURKISH grandfather's side, thus changed to sound more German) for instance, her heritage would indeed become a significant issue, given the relations between Germany and Turkey!

Germany's relationship with Poland is equally contentious.
Levi 12 | 450
28 Apr 2016  #9
There is a very strong hypothesis, that took force at the Bildeberg group, that Angela Merkel is a turkish secretely converted to Islam and member of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Lyzko 22 | 6,534
28 Apr 2016  #10
...supported by what, pray??! Sounds like rubbish to me:-)
And Barack Obama's actually a testtube baby or an alien foreign agent, right?
LOL
Wulkan - | 3,251
28 Apr 2016  #11
Merkel has never once denied her Polish origins, she has never broadcast them either

Very good, better that this Adolf Hitler in a skirt doesn't mention her Polish origins, that's just embarrassing for Poles.
Lyzko 22 | 6,534
28 Apr 2016  #12
Your (clearly idiotic) point escapes me, Wulkan:-)
Wulkan - | 3,251
28 Apr 2016  #13
With your well known mind blowing logic we are not surprised that you got confused :-)
Crow 137 | 7,590
28 Apr 2016  #14
All Germans are practically Poles and Serbians. German people is totally deluded
TheOther 5 | 3,697
28 Apr 2016  #15
So Poles and Serbians are deluded? Ha ha ha.
Crow 137 | 7,590
28 Apr 2016  #16
Yes, they too are deluded. We must be deluded. Only if deluded we can accept false reality and false historical teachings that are imposed on us. Only if deluded we can accept rule of those who were born from within our own culture that was polluted with foreign elements what at the end resulted in formation of new hybrid peoples, mentalities, languages and cultures. Now, those hybrids rule us, denying our own culture, denying their own origin, only because it suits to interests of their magnates. Only if they destroy us Slavs (ie Sarmats)- native European culture (not only European), as they did with native Americans, they would start to respect us and admit some things about us, about themselves.

Back on topic please
NowyPoster
25 Sep 2016  #17
Merkel has ruined things for everyone

The Polish connection:

... the daughter of Horst Kasner (1926-2011), a native of Berlin, and his wife Herlind, born in 1928 in Danzig (now Gdańsk, Poland) as Herlind Jentzsch, a teacher of English and Latin. Her mother was the daughter of the Danzig politician Willi Jentzsch and maternal granddaughter of the city clerk...

Angela is an uncompromised evangelist christian. Her politics in deeds is as she would say in words: those who compromise the word of God are not true followers of Jesus. So, it seems, in that spirit she will risk her political career to uphold the evangelical values.
Lyzko 22 | 6,534
25 Sep 2016  #18
Her words and deeds indicate that she's sold out to the far LEFT and hence is fueling PEGIDA and AfD in the upcoming election:-)
NowyPoster
25 Sep 2016  #19
Maybe she transcends our trivial distinctions by which we, humble folk, try to capture the realty.
Lyzko 22 | 6,534
25 Sep 2016  #20
Possible, but none too likely:-)
Crow 137 | 7,590
22 Jun 2018  #21
Only partially

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Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,714
22 Jun 2018  #22
Now...religious affiliation has nothing to do with the DNA!

What puzzles me is that many stout Christians fear the looming muslimization so much. As if they don't believe Christianity being strong enough to convert the incoming muslim masses to Christians instead. For them only one way is possible and probable, that nice Christians get turned to bloody Muslims. Hence the fear and the hate!

Where does this inferiority complex come from? After all didn't Christianity conquer the world once? Is Islam really that much stronger than Christianity? Are you defatists?

Are Christians losers by default???
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,183
22 Jun 2018  #23
It's apples and oranges.

Islam is not a religion. Like wood and nails slapped together to form a horse were not a horse. Islam is a political cancer carried into the host country by the brain-dead and obedient masses begging the host for tolerance. Like the commies, once they are the majority, they seize power and never let go through democratic means until you kill them. In the interim, they create no-go zones where nothing is tolerated any longer - a precursor of the attractions to come to the stupid host. Like Germany.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,714
22 Jun 2018  #24
Nope, it's just a shared hallucination, like many others...

You make it to something bigger than it is. Only you are building it up to that invincible monster, not the backward unrestructed stone age belief for weak, uneducated minds that it is. Stop that!
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,183
22 Jun 2018  #25
Only you are building it up to that invincible monster,

Go and build a church or a temple in Saudi Arabia. Then, come back and tell how it went.

Alternately, visit one of those no-go zones and tell them Islam is evil. Make sure you have an AK-47 handy.
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,183
22 Jun 2018  #26
I don't believe Merkel is Polish. Polish women are gorgeous and smart. I know because I married one.

Merkel is too stupid and too ugly to be Polish. And she hates her own country.
Ziemowit 12 | 3,474
22 Jun 2018  #27
You make it to something bigger than it is.

Indeed, I spent a week in Berlin in May and did not see a single woman in a traditional islamic dress in the streets. It was amazing in a way as I occasionally see them in Warsaw.

Also, I did not come across any mosque in Berlin...
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,183
22 Jun 2018  #28
Spend some time in Sweden, the second highest rape rate country in the world, and you may come across some rape victims fairly easily.

Then ask them about the religion of the rapists. If they didn't have a chance to inquire about that while being raped, ask if the rapist spoke Swedish without accent.

They usually don't, and are fluent in Arabic, but I could be wrong.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,714
22 Jun 2018  #29
Spend some time in Sweden, the second highest rape rate country in the world, and you may come across some rape victims fairly easily.

Rapes = Islamization?

Do you really think Islam will conquer the christian West through rapes, crimes and violence?

Also, I did not come across any mosque in Berlin...

It's worse! :)

Just recently the first "liberal" mosque was opened in Berlin. A mosque for gay and lesbian muslims, where women and men actually can pray together.

Can you imagine the shock and the outcry in the islamic world?

Maybe the first step to "conquer" Islam right back? Heh:)
Ziemowit 12 | 3,474
22 Jun 2018  #30
I can tell nothing about Sweden, but that was what I saw in Berlin where I changed city trains and buses rather extensively with my Berlin AB 7-Tage-Fahrkarte.

While being there, I once witnessed a hassle between four people of dark complexion near the entrance to the Warschauer Strasse Underground Station and as we started marching more quickly to leave the scene of the hassle as soon as possible while heading for the nearby S-bahn station, we suddently saw four police cars coming from one direction of Warsaw Street and three more from the opposite one. We were absolutely amazed at the swiftness of the Berliner Polizei to react to this incident.


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