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z_darius 14 | 3,968
23 Jul 2009 #541
if you realize what the first W stands for in the "WW" then you will understand.
It is strange that someone in 2009 will not agree that the killing technologies today are immensely superior to those during WW2.
Torq
23 Jul 2009 #542
umm.... no. Egypt, Syria, blah, blah, blah, blah.
Aaaaallllllll defensive. Lebanon 2006 was also defensive.

That's right. Starting from 1948, when Israel was attacked for the first time
by the armies of 6 Arab countries, all the wars the Jewish state fought were
defensive ones.

I count pre-emptive strikes against gathering armies or terrorist organisations
as defensive actions as well.

Partition Plan

That's what the Arabs in Palestine were offered and that's what they
rejected starting a war with the aim of wiping Israel off the face of the
earth. They lost and had to face the consequences - tough sh*it.

The causalities during WWII were larger in number than say, the casualties in the Iraqi war.

Casualties in a single battle of WWII were larger in number than casualties
in Iraq, Afghanistan and all Arab-Israeli wars put together.
PlasticPole 7 | 2,649
23 Jul 2009 #543
True, because Stalin and Hitler regimes were both so brutal human life meant very little so they killed more and more.
joepilsudski 26 | 1,389
5 Aug 2009 #544
3. enemies of Hitler didn't threaten to kill all the Germans and wipe them off the face of the Earth - Israel's enemies were/are planning to do just that...

This is the psychology that the Rabbis used to create the ghetto, to seperate Jews from other peoples, and the same psychology they have used to subjugate the Jewish people for millenia...'They want to wipe you from the face of the earth'...A very good tactic, as fear is a wonderful control mechanism...I would suggest all read read Israel Shahak's 'Jewish Religion'...Shahak was a survivor of the Warsaw ghetto, and has written some of the most insightful analysis of Judaism and Jewish leadership...The book is available online.

Shahak-
BrutalButcher - | 391
10 Nov 2009 #545
Nov 10, 09, 20:15 - Thread attached on merging:
Do Poles like/hate Jews and why?

Yeah ,Poland used to be Europe's Israel, comprising around 3/4 of the world's Jewish population and many Poles haev Jewish ancestry and genes....

But I feel like Poles don't really like Jews...why?
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
10 Nov 2009 #546
I feel like Poles don't really like Jews...why?

Why do you feel like that?
1jola 14 | 1,879
10 Nov 2009 #547
Mods: get rid of this instigator.

BrutalButcher

Go and feel that somewhere else, pal.
vetala - | 382
10 Nov 2009 #549
Oh, no... Not another Jewish thread! Since you're new here, BrutalButcher, please remember three things:
1) Despite this forum being called 'Polish Forums' barely anyone here is really Polish. Don't assume that every opinion expressed here is an opinion written by a Pole.

2) Don't assume that everything written here is a reflection of how things look like in Poland.
3) Poland is a country just like any other, including your own. There are people who hate Jews, people who like them and a whole lot of people who simply don't give a damn. So instead of asking 'Why Poles don't believe in Santa' you should ask individual members 'Why don't YOU believe in Santa'
1jola 14 | 1,879
10 Nov 2009 #550
I live in Germany. I'm Jewish and I am not allowed to wear a kippa on the street.

Kid, go do your homework.
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
10 Nov 2009 #551
I'm getting tired indeed of these never ending discussions. I'm gonna make music now, at least it's more creative than these discussions. Mods, pls close this and all the other threads concerning Polish-Jewish relations. Ppl are ppl and everybody should make out for themselves what they want to believe or not. But I'm not gonna go into this discussion again.

>^..^<

M-G (if all Poles hate the Jews and vice versa, how come that my Polish neighbour girlie likes me very much and I like her - in a friendly way?)
TheOther 5 | 3,711
10 Nov 2009 #552
how come that my Polish neighbour girlie likes me very much

She doesn't know you're Jewish, of course. :)
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
10 Nov 2009 #553
TheOther

lol, she does :)

>^..^<

M-G (kissed her for her birthday on the cheek and guess what? Her breasts didn't fall off)
TheOther 5 | 3,711
10 Nov 2009 #554
Her breasts didn't fall off

Is that supposed to happen after "Jewish Kissing" (thinking of French kissing)? Poor girls.
vetala - | 382
10 Nov 2009 #555
You're breaking my heart, MG! ;)
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
10 Nov 2009 #556
Is that supposed to happen after "Jewish Kissing"

If I may believe some of the posters here, it does. Funny that I only meet exceptions to that rule. Oh, I forgot, we also drink the blood of Christian babies, did you know that? And about French kissing, hm, well, let's not do that as her boyfriend is a friend of mine and if you knew my misses, you would know I better think twice before kissing another chickadee.

:)

vetala

LOL, I'm sorry sweetie :)

>^..^<

M-G (miracles)
Seanus 15 | 19,706
11 Nov 2009 #558
Since when has indifference been hatred?
Easy_Terran 3 | 312
16 Nov 2009 #559
Are you for real, Seanus?

Haven't you heard stories of those indifferent anti-somethings who firstly AGREED to host the not-so-vacation camps on their soil, secondly in their indifference, later on, did nothing about it?

Indifference = hatred, my friend
Seanus 15 | 19,706
16 Nov 2009 #560
Then you are showing a wider meaning of indifference. Indifference is often wrong but it not hatred. One is a neutral emotion, the other an extreme one.

I'm indifferent to what is going on in Outer Mongolia. Does that make me a hateful person?
Easy_Terran 3 | 312
16 Nov 2009 #561
I'm indifferent to what is going on in Outer Mongolia. Does that make me a hateful person?

Totally not.

Mongolia, Sudan, Palestine etc, etc - no.

But if you had been indifferent to what was happening to the special nation during WWII - oh, brother, you'd have been a hate-criminal, big time.
Bzibzioh
16 Nov 2009 #562
to the special nation during WWII

Watch your language, young man!

Not special. Chosen.

;)
Seanus 15 | 19,706
16 Nov 2009 #563
That's different. We shouldn't remain indifferent to that which is completely inhumane. Regardless of what we may feel about Jewish people, they cannot be exterminated.
Easy_Terran 3 | 312
16 Nov 2009 #564
Watch your language, young man!

oh, i CHOSE that word on purpose :)

My apologies to special nation.

That's different. We shouldn't remain indifferent to that which is completely inhumane. Regardless of what we may feel about Jewish people, they cannot be exterminated.

Staying indifferent equaled staying ALIVE.
Any involvement could have cost a live and in at least several thousands cases (maybe 200 thousand) it did indeed.

Would you risk your live, your wife's and your children to give a slice of bread to a wanted man (not mention to actually HIDE him)? Or would you stay 'indifferent'?

I know I would.
Does that make me a hateful person?
Or a coward?
Bzibzioh
16 Nov 2009 #565
Regardless of what we may feel about Jewish people, they cannot be exterminated.

Can not or should not? Because -as history showed us - they can.
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
16 Nov 2009 #566
Since when has indifference been hatred?

Indifference is hatred's nasty cousin.

>^..^<

M-G (tiens)
Easy_Terran 3 | 312
16 Nov 2009 #567
Indifference is hatred's nasty cousin.

So we have an official confirmation from special people's side of the fence.

Now you know, Seanus, that the greatest enemies of special folks were not the Gerries who bulilt the concentration camps on a mass-scale in a conquered territories (Poland), and actually killed hundred of thousand people in there; the greatest enemies were the Poles cuz they didn't do much about the above and waaaaaay too little insignificant goys out of them died to save one, the +most+ precious special live.

Ergo indifference is hatred.

Oops, I put pluses (ergo crosses) around the 'most' word. Well, I must be a f#$% antisemite.
yehudi 1 | 433
16 Nov 2009 #568
If only you people would be indifferent to jews, this would be a better world, (and this would be a better forum.)
sjam 2 | 541
16 Nov 2009 #569
Polishforums... its never going to happen :-))
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
16 Nov 2009 #570
Now you know, Seanus, that the greatest enemies of special folks were not the Gerries who bulilt the concentration camps on a mass-scale in a conquered territories (Poland), and actually killed hundred of thousand people in there; the greatest enemies were the Poles cuz they didn't do much about the above and waaaaaay too little insignificant goys out of them died to save one, the +most+ precious special live.

Are you for real? Where do I say that indifference equals hatred and where do I exactly state that the Poles are worse than the Nazis? I think you should indeed spend some time on building that 10-foot crucifix in your backyard. And by change you should burn it and maybe even wear a white bedsheet while watching it burn. Would be fun!

PS: if you're trying to be sarcastic, sorry to disappoint you, but you're not really good at it.

>^..^<

M-G (tiens)

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