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Polish history is 100% glorious


MareGaea 29 | 2,752
20 Aug 2010 #271
It has to do everything with the original topic and yet again you fail to see that Kielce is just an example on which you can hang this chain of responses theory.

Edit: this is only the first step, the chain in its most rudimentary form, in a clear and straight line. After my dinner I will go to the second step. This will be on a more meta physical level, but I will try and explain it as simple as pssbl.

>^..^<

M-G (tiens)
ender 5 | 398
20 Aug 2010 #272
What ever.
Let's talk how many people (Silesian, Polish Christian, Polish Orthodox, Polish Jews, remaining Germans) has been killed by Polish Secret Service commanded by Polish atheistic Jew.

from 1946 to 1956 1 000 000 or 2 000 000 people?
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
20 Aug 2010 #273
You don't understand, do you? Well, I expected that. Let's not talk about how many ppl were killed by Jews. Because it's only gonna be rubbish from your part again. After my dinner I will continue. And you won't be around then.

>^..^<

M-G (tiens)
ender 5 | 398
20 Aug 2010 #274
Polish history is 100% glorious
ab ovo
How name of Poland has been create by Jews
"After the Jews, were expelled from Spain, they traveled eastward. At one point they stopped to rest, and a note dropped down from the sky. 'Po-lin', it said in Hebrew -**Stay here'. That is how Poland got its name" (odpis ze zdjęcia wykonego ll VIII 1994).

Jewish Museum w Nowym Jorku, przy Fifftest Avenue USA

W Jewish Museum w Nowym Jorku, przy Fifftest Avenue, w dziale poświęconym Żydom z ziem polskich, znajduje się informacja, że Żydzi wypędzeni z Hiszpanii i tułający się po Europie zatrzymali się w miejscu, które uznali za właściwe, aby spocząć ("Po-lin"); i stąd pochodzi nazwa Polska.

we Poles should learn our history and legends

MareGaea:

ohh
hear me singing
I'll be there

;-)
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
20 Aug 2010 #275
If it's so Glorious, why don't you live in Poland? At least, if I would think of my home country as being so Glorious, I would want to live there, not fleeing it like a rat flees a sinking ship.

And btw, Jews went to the North, not to the East after they were expelled from Spain and Portugal.

>^..^<

M-G (tiens)
ender 5 | 398
20 Aug 2010 #276
Jews went to the North, not to the East

blame americans,Jewish Museum New York, Fifftest Avenue USA you know i just ctr c ctr v
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
20 Aug 2010 #277
Answer the question: if it's all so Glorious in Poland, why do you live somewhere else?

>^..^<

M-G (tiens)
ender 5 | 398
20 Aug 2010 #278
if it's all so Glorious in Poland

next manipulation :-)
Glorious History
personal reason

I think its you who got

she is your style

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BTW I'm gonna be here all night :-)

You as a atheistic Jew can you explain me why Poles are such pussies and let kill them by Jewish communist in Brzostowica Mała; Koniuchy; Naliboki?

looks like jamm20 ha been removed by mod he is watching us
MediaWatch 10 | 945
20 Aug 2010 #279
You are right ender.

Poles like you and me, who MareGaea criticizes "for not admitting that Poles killed Jews" have said many times that there were POLES WHO DID KILL JEWS.

I have said this at least a few times during this recent topic (I have also said this in other topics) that there WERE some Bad Poles who did bad things to other people including Killing Jews.

So I don't know what his problem is and why his eyes or brain fail him when he reads Poles like you and me admitting that there were some bad Poles who did bad things to Jews. I don't know maybe he wants Poles to grovel in front of Jews like him.

My problem with him, is that he tries to push this collective guilt thing on ALL Poles for what SOME bad Poles did. When he does that, all I merely do is bring up what some bad Jews did to Poles and East Europeans and then ask him if Jews should do likewise and apologize for being collectively guilty for the bad deeds of their bad Jews that were reported by other Jewish people.

Also God forbid you try to have him acknowledge any good things the Poles have done for Jews. When you just bring that up he totally twists it around and then accuses you of "Oh so since you say Poles did some good things for Jews THEN THAT MEANS IT GIVES POLES A RIGHT TO GO AROUND KILLING JEWS????????

Only somebody with a paranoid sick one-sided hatred for Polish people would say such things
ender 5 | 398
20 Aug 2010 #280
MediaWatch
Thanks for support :-)
It's scaring how many crimes are hidden from public in Poland. When you start searching and publishing you get names like anti-semite, oszołom, czarnogród etc.
Easy_Terran 3 | 312
21 Aug 2010 #281
He did what every decent person would do.

And what every decent person would say about the vicitims of the Jews in the very Jedwabne site?

What would YOU say, puppy, about Jews of Jedwabne in between 1939 and 1941?
Polish Jews were so gratefull to the Poles for a millenium of hospitality, that, being in power as Soviet pets, they were sending the Poles to a natural cryotherapy treatment in health resorts in Siberia. They were so set on helping those Poles that many, many, many times Poles had been sent there even involuntarily!

I stated here not once, not twice:

To every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
Action -> Reaction, puppy, nothing happened out a thin air. Remember that.
nott 3 | 594
24 Aug 2010 #282
I never stated that anybody controlled it, nobody controlled it, de facto it was the lack of control that allowed it to happen.

Hm, according to reports it was quite a bunch, later on reinforced with workers coming from a nearby factory. Must be hundreds, perhaps thousands of bad Poles.

Led by PPR activists, if it means anything to you. Hundreds of people rioting for hours with no reaction from the authorities. Lack of control in a big city under established communist government.

You really do live in a different world, MG, both physically and mentally. And you know sh1t about history of Poland, either glorious or infamous. You'd better shut up in this topic, for your own good.

And btw, Jews went to the North, not to the East after they were expelled from Spain and Portugal.

Now on this you're dead right, hats off. The only Jew ever who could tread water had already been dead for more than a millenium.
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
24 Aug 2010 #283
You really do live in a different world, MG, both physically and mentally. And you know sh1t about history of Poland, either glorious or infamous. You'd better shut up in this topic, for your own good.

And who might you be?

>^..^<

M-G (tiens)
nott 3 | 594
24 Aug 2010 #284
And who might you be?

Right. Actually, I was quoting Schriftenstein, from memory, one of his obscure manuscripts. Hope this helps.
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
24 Aug 2010 #285
Ah the assistant of the great Dutch historian van Damrak tot Rokin-De Munt.

>^..^<

M-G (tiens)
nott 3 | 594
24 Aug 2010 #286
Ah the assistant of the great Dutch historian van Damrak tot Rokin-De Munt.

Exactly. So glad to find common language with you at last.

BTW, you know van Damrak had Polish roots? His grand-grandfather was one Mosze Hosenduft from Lodz. Litzmannstadt, as you may know it.
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
24 Aug 2010 #287
Yep Polish nobility mixed with Dutch nobility, remnant of the great seafaring nation we once were. They met in Danzig in 1656; his great-grandmother was Agnes, the daugher of Boris Jansz van Bakzeil tot Stuurboord-Kajuit (modern spelling; old spelling: Borisch Janszn van Backseyl tot Stuurboort ende Kajuyt - or Kajuijt depending on North Hollandic spelling or South Hollandic spelling).

>^..^<

M-G (tiens)
nott 3 | 594
24 Aug 2010 #288
You have advantage over me here, I am not well versed in the great an honourable Dutch names, so I can't really appreciate how muchly elevated the humble Mosze was. He was not a nobility, though, as you might have deduced right now. That's one of those nuances of Polish history that you seem to somehow miserably miss.

Don't let it bother you, however. It's the 21st century.
polishAn
26 Jan 2015 #289
Merged: Polish History

If you're half polish, it's not a reason to be shamed! It's reason to be proud! Poland many years ago was one of biggest and best countries! It used to won every bottle. Just imagine that you are living in the country, that isn't a country for over 120 years (!). Now, it would be 'oh crap! I have to learn another language or just leave' but no, Poles was fighting till the end - victory! Or Germany started The WWII in Poland in Westerplatte. Polish army: little group of people, German: moooore people, planes, ships, cannons. Our ancestry were fighting... Be proud! You're from nation that won't give up that fast
Miloslaw 9 | 3,032
14 Mar 2021 #290
Merged:

Polish History.



Bernard Newman is a writer that has recently been brought to my attention.
He was from Harrow in England, an area I know well.
He was was a prolific writer and wrote over 140 books.
But he did visit Poland at least 8 times and wrote 4 books on the subject.
This book by him has recently been translated into Polish and is about him cycling from Gdansk to Zakopane in the thirties.

goodreads.com/book/show/40377513-pedalling-poland#:~:text=Pedalling%20Poland%20is%20a%20charming,here%20with%20wit%20and%20eloquence.
Ziemowit 13 | 4,393
15 Mar 2021 #291
This book is also available an an e-book on amazon.com ($6,29)

amazon.com/Pedalling-Poland-Bernard-Newman-ebook/dp/B072JZ46VH
Ziemowit 13 | 4,393
15 Mar 2021 #292
The author toured around Poland, starting in the Freie Stadt Danzig, then going to Bydgoszcz, Toruń, Poznań, Warsaw, Łódź, the Upper Silesia, Kraków and Zakopane. Next he turned to the eastern borderlands, as they are known today, and - travelling from south to north - visited Lvov, Równe, Pińsk, Białowieża, Grodno and Wilno. Finally, he cycled across Lithuania down to the town of Memel (Kłajpeda) and next made a tour around East Prussia arriving in Danzig back again. So overall, it was a journey across three or even four, including the Freie Stadt, countries.
Miloslaw 9 | 3,032
15 Mar 2021 #293
@Ziemowit

Thanks for that, I will get a copy.
Ziemowit 13 | 4,393
15 Mar 2021 #294
Maybe I will, too. But I shall finish reading the sample before I do. What I would be particularly interested in are his remarks on Danzig, Lithuania and East Prussia of the time.

Do you know the title of the Polish translation, btw?
Miloslaw 9 | 3,032
15 Mar 2021 #295
I don't I'm afraid.

I heard about it on Radio Poland, whose programmes are mainly in English and they interviewed his grandson who is republishing his books in e-book format and he did not mention the Polish title.Does "Pedalowac Polska" work?
Ziemowit 13 | 4,393
15 Mar 2021 #296
Does "Pedalowac Polska" work?

Certainly it doesn't. The verb 'pedałować' has now acquired a new meaning denoting male homosexual activity. You don't remember Dirk's posts showing pictures of right-wing activists displaying a board with the "Tu jest Polska nie Bruksela, tu się pedałowania nie popiera" slogan?

The title is "Rowerem przez II RP", and here is the cover of this book:

rp2
Miloslaw 9 | 3,032
15 Mar 2021 #297
The verb 'pedałować' has now acquired a new meaning denoting male homosexual activity

LOL!! Like the French Pede...........


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