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Lusatian-Sarmatic obsession of Poles


Seanus 15 | 19,743    
11 Jun 2010  #31

Plk123, that was a classic. The good old pierogi Slavic fusion. The motto? 'Asia bringing Slavs together since the days of dim sum and cabbage' :) :) Tartare, sorry Tatar, anyone? ;) ;)

Bratwurst Boy 5 | 7,950    
11 Jun 2010  #32

:-(((

Yes, of course...you know best and you have all the truths! *yaaaaaaaaaaaaaawn*

PS: If Hitler had done things as Bismarck did (smart alliances, brainy diplomacy) you would speak german today..
sascha 1 | 834    
11 Jun 2010  #33

P.S.: I am German and speak it fluently and you are just pathetic.

:-((
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 7,950    
11 Jun 2010  #34

Oh pleeeeaaaaaaase....

About Bismarck: You mean that guy who taught the Austrian decorator(sorry, he was once a soldier) how to ruin half of the world and as a result put Germany(and the rest of Europe) on the vein of USA? What are you proud of??? "You" LOST the war you started.

I lost what I started, yes? But you didn't??? What a proof that you are anything but german!
And I don't know any German who would call Hitler "that Austrian decorateur" (as he was a painter).

Not to mention such historically false statements that Bismarck somehow teached Hitler.
Bismarck is one of our most famous and admired personalities...a true German would knew that!

Just living in Germany doesn't make you German!

About history lessons: I think your poorly educated generation is not something to show around, especially if you need these kind of media to present your attitude.

Again!

"My" poorly educated generation? You of course not as you didn't enjoy german education at all, right?

You lying SOB!
Natasa 1 | 590    
11 Jun 2010  #35

Last time I looked Bismarck retired before the first WW...are you mixing him up with Hitler??? I wonder where you get your history from? Or did you get any at all?

poster

This is a poster of Nazi propaganda. Nazi propaganda widely used Bismarck's ideas for their purposes, and that is what i meant. Not knowing it, you couldn't understand. It is sad that a woman from Serbia has to give history (german!!!) lessons to obviously culturally deprivated german.

that was why i said :(

NOW :)))))))))
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 7,950    
11 Jun 2010  #36

This is a poster of Nazi propaganda. Nazi propaganda widely used Bismarck's ideas for their purposes, and that is what i meant.

Erm....that is Hindenburg on that poster, not Bismarck!
Not every prussian moustache makes a Bismarck, you know? Even a intellectual challenged Serb should know that!

That is an election poster btw...only Hindenburgs (he was the president of Germany at that time) death freed the way for Hitler's coup for power.

If you ever take the care to have a look into a history book you will be surprised to learn that the old prussian Hindenburg hated and mistrusted Hitler and waited till the last moment to appoint him.

But the whole bruhaha in the Reichstag made ruling impossible and something had to give.

But then I doubt you will ever read a good book at all...now go back into your corner and be ashamed!

PS: For your information:

Hindenburg, Paul von:

Bismarck, Otto von:

Bismarck
Natasa 1 | 590    
14 Jun 2010  #37

Postcard from the 1933 Nuremberg Nazi Party Rally

my mistake

Friedrich II (1712-1786); Otto v. Bismarck (1815-1898);
Paul v. Hindenburg (1847-1934); Adolf Hitler (1889-1945)
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 7,950    
14 Jun 2010  #38

And???

Nazi propaganda widely used Bismarck's ideas for their purposes, and that is what i meant.

What ideas would that be he got from Friedrich or Paul or Otto?
I really hope you don't think about the welfare support insurance for aging laborers Bismarck introduced...
southern 76 | 7,110    
14 Jun 2010  #39

Friedrich II (1712-1786); Otto v. Bismarck (1815-1898);
Paul v. Hindenburg (1847-1934); Adolf Hitler (1889-1945)

They all look the same(except the moustache).

Here we see Bismarck giving his helmet to Bratwurst boy.
convex 20 | 3,986    
14 Jun 2010  #40

Postcard from the 1933 Nuremberg Nazi Party Rally

You think they got his approval to use his likeness?
jeden - | 227    
14 Jun 2010  #41

"Veto", remember ? Golden Freedom, anyone ?

What`s wrong with it ??? My grandfather said me that it were good things, and modern description of it is full of false.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 7,950    
14 Jun 2010  #42

Here we see Bismarck giving his helmet to Bratwurst boy.

Yes, I remember that moment fondly!
OP sobieski 108 | 2,133    
14 Jun 2010  #43

Bismarck actually knew where to draw the line. He had no time for his own General Staff's plans for an assault on Russia. But he once was gone Germany's politcians became more belligerent. He realised the continuing existence of the Habsburg empire was essential for European peace.

He did not want the Balkan madmen to escape their cage and make havoc on European civilisation. Aided by Wilhelmine grandeur.
Yes he was also cynical but also believed in checks and balances.
sascha 1 | 834    
14 Jun 2010  #44

He did not want the Balkan madmen to escape their cage and make havoc on European civilisation.

I don't know what you mean by that. To me they don't look more mad than any other nation in Europe. France, Spain, England, Germany etc....

Do you have any personal experience or do you let yourself guide by one-sided propaganda?
Ironside 46 | 8,800    
14 Jun 2010  #45

the Polish past and then even worse a falsified version of it.

where are you from then? Where is this golden land where past is not "falsified"?

They existed until the 4th century AD... The Polish "nobility" pretended they were Sarmatians..

Whatever you say but recently historian started to pay a closer attention to what their were saying also to some graphic and archaeological evidence.
I wouldn't been so haste if I were you to pass definite judgement based on few books you happened to come across.

Accept that your nobility was selling you to whatever Power present, just to keep their horses. "

What are you talking about ? Are you unwell?
southern 76 | 7,110    
22 Jun 2010  #46

You have thick heads in Serbia.
Natasa 1 | 590    
22 Jun 2010  #47

In my personal "germanization project" german arguments were huh weak, really weak in quality and quantity.
southern 76 | 7,110    
22 Jun 2010  #48

You mean german warriors suffer from micropenis syndrome?
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 7,950    
22 Jun 2010  #49

Which German would want to spoil it's genepool with stupids in the first place? Big tits isn't everything...only good for some fun. Serbs have the same low IQ like their 500 year masters, the Turks...to much interbreeding with them...

Which German would want to germanize such an empty head? We would only lose out..

You mean german warriors suffer from micropenis syndrome?

ROFL Southern...micropenis, stupids and poor, sniveling, begging buggers...Greeks better shut up now! Better start learning German now...
southern 76 | 7,110    
22 Jun 2010  #50

I just wanted to find out what this serbian girl meant.Maybe Crow can add his view on the topic.
sascha 1 | 834    
22 Jun 2010  #51

Hey, BB! How are you doing? Did you miss me? A lot I suppose. Hope you enjoy the WC, especially the "purely German team". So much to mixing or better say naturalization... You mix, but you don't know it. You have an interesting standpoint.

Regarding anatomy you don't know much of southern girls(Serbian or ex YU), right? If you refer with the big tits to the German "cows", than you are right.

Southern what do you think about southern girls from this particular area?

BB, regarding IQ, judging or measuring or anything else, that is out of your league. Better take care of your own.
southern 76 | 7,110    
22 Jun 2010  #52

you refer with the big tits to the German "cows", than you are right.

I wouldn't call german women especially advanced in boobs area.I could tell it is mostly the opposite let's say the gardens blossom eastern of Oder.

As far as yugo girls are concerned I have to bow since most men salivate by their simple view.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 7,950    
22 Jun 2010  #53

Big tits and low IQ go mostly hand in hand...we see it in the south of europe....political and economical basket cases! Being mastered by the Germans...

But...Each to his own! As the old Fritz used to say :)
sascha 1 | 834    
22 Jun 2010  #54

I don't know about that, but interesting view. Pls explain the "mastering" part. I think that Germans get mastered by others as far as I can see.

I have to agree with southern. You just sub out your simple views.

As you would have any experience with a southern girl, what is hardly possible because of their high standards, you would know that in that region LEGS and ASS are the dominant anatomic attributes.

Cows-like women are more in my experience to find in Netherlands, Germany, UK etc.
Natasa 1 | 590    
22 Jun 2010  #55

Which German would want to spoil it's genepool with stupids in the first place?

Dr Carl Clauberg like you hade the same ideas but no mirror.
He was halfblind,halfbold, fat, small and with questionable cognitive capacities.
His victims were also Polish women, he sterilized to prevent Polish employees mix with his superior race.
Dudeski - | 25    
26 Jun 2010  #56

I can proudly call myself a Pole, even if I like to eat a lot of bratwurst/kielbasa/sausage prepared by my grandmother (small nobility banished from Lithuania by bolsheviks)

[honest question - is sausage was first made in Poland or Germany?]

Do you think we are closer relatives to Serbians and Balkans or to Germans?

Or maybe any other options? I, for example, know a few Slovakians, even Hungarians from Slovakia and Lithuanians that speak fluent Polish and they're identifing with polish culture.

What's your opinion?

PS: yes, I already know your opinion Brathwurst Boy and yours Crow, let others speak :-]
noreenb 7 | 557    
29 Jun 2010  #57

Why do you think that being interested in the past of Poland is an obsession?
Poland's history is exciting and any kind of obsession does not surprise me, especially "Lusatian/Sarmatian". Ancient Sarmatians represent mentality of the majority of Polish people.
POLENGGGs 2 | 150    
23 Oct 2010  #58

You are quite right there Noreen. As to your views on the mentality of the majority of Polish, a must say that you either picked a bad sample of Poles or are not that bright.

It is like saying.... The majority of British represent mentality of dopefiend opiate-adickts. And yes, given a crap sample one could prove that, even in Leafy Surrey towns(or should I say, especially in leafy Surrey, HaHa)

you british are nearly as bad as the Dutch, you put anykind of powder chemikals in yyourself.

With Polish nobility, the only 110 per cent trully holy true fact is that Jews copied their fashion, and today with some Orthodox Jew-people one can experience a taste of Polish nobility (minus the Judaism ofcourse)
noreenb 7 | 557    
23 Oct 2010  #59

Polengsss
I must say that you either picked a bad sample of Poles or are not that bright.

Yes, but don't you think that not many people in Poland are not proud enough of our past?
especially in the contrary to English, american and so on...

PolengggsThe majority of British represent mentality of dopefiend opiate-adickts.

Well said.
Haven't you noticed that that British see great events of their history, mention them sometimes while speaking in public, whereas Polish if say anything about the past, it is not signed with a great feeling of passion or pride...

How to be patriotic in a country like our?
Filios1 8 | 1,336    
23 Oct 2010  #60

How to be a patriotic in a country like our?

It's actually quite easy... you are simply not trying very hard.
Maybe you should look into changing your general environment (friends, media etc)

Big tits and low IQ go mostly hand in hand...we see it in the south of europe....political and economical basket cases! Being mastered by the Germans...

Wow.. you really do sound like a Nazi propaganda machine!




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