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Where Are Milicjanci (Polish Police during Communism) Now?


bimber94 7 | 254
6 Sep 2010  #1
Now Poland has a free market economy and a member of the EU, NATO and so-called democracy etc., the majority of the Polish population no longer walk in fear of being beaten up by the police.

In the 70s and 80s, the milicja gave me and my family heavy looks and followed me around, presumably because I used to have VERY long hair and looked alternative. More than once I nearly got my head kicked in by these protectors of the workers paradise. My reaction then was to keep walking (fast but not too fast) and keep smiling!

Being so confrontational was truly uncalled for!!
WHERE ARE THESE SCUM NOW? Many of them must still be alive breathing our air; they must have names and addresses, email addresses, mobile phone numbers...

Are they forgiven and forgotten? Not as far as I'm concerned.
FlaglessPole 4 | 669
6 Sep 2010  #2
Are they forgiven and forgotten? Not as far as I'm concerned.

Tomorrow's another day,
Someone's gonna live,
Some will die,
I hope to be around,
Either blue or gay,
Something's gotta give,
Never-mind the state,
Down or high,
Yet far far away,
From the toxic hate.
pawian 161 | 9,838
6 Sep 2010  #3
Many of them must still be alive breathing our air; they must have names and addresses, email addresses, mobile phone numbers...

And they left their stuff behind. During this holiday, at a military picnic, I bought a communist militia baton as a nice souvenir. It is a really painful device....

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plk123 8 | 4,150
6 Sep 2010  #4
WHERE ARE THESE SCUM NOW? [milicja or MO]

they are Policja now..

btw. you aren't talking about ZOMO, are you?
OP bimber94 7 | 254
7 Sep 2010  #5
Yes ZOMO are very eligible to be included, though I never had any dealings with those ultra thick barbarians.
The Policja now are angels by comparison. In fact they're quite civil, as they should be in any civilised society.
Bolle 1 | 147
7 Sep 2010  #6
In the 70s and 80s, the milicja gave me and my family heavy looks and followed me around, presumably because I used to have VERY long hair and looked alternative. More than once I nearly got my head kicked in by these protectors of the workers paradise.

Sounds like a good reason to beat your ass.

Are they forgiven and forgotten? Not as far as I'm concerned.

Move on, hippie.

Being so confrontational was truly uncalled for!!

Sometimes i think the police should be more aggressive and confrontational, particularly in american inner cities.
OP bimber94 7 | 254
7 Sep 2010  #7
Ex-hippie if you don't mind. Also, American inner cities are a different story.


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