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Life in communist Poland - personal relations


Alien 20 | 4,925
31 Mar 2024 #361
I forgot to mention

You also forgot to add that the average life expectancy of men in Poland in 1965 was 54 years, which was at the level of Africa. It reflected the state of this 'great country'.
Novichok 4 | 7,800
31 Mar 2024 #362
Thanks to the Republicans, Poles in Warsaw will be spared from this vomit-inducing sight:

google.com/maps/@52.2245098,21.0240022,3a,17y,251.87h,104.96t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sbPEfNF59QpRTKxoUJYGNIg!2e0!6shttps:%2F%2Fstreetviewpixels-pa.googleapis.com%2Fv1%2Fthumbnail%3Fpanoid%3DbPEfNF59QpRTKxoUJYGNIg%26cb_client%3Dmaps_sv.tactile.gps%26w%3D203%26h%3D100%26yaw%3D77.825066%26pitch%3D0%26thumbfov%3D100!7i16384!8i8192?hl=en&entry=ttu

No more faggot flags on US embassies. Or schizophrenics...Or bipolar...Or blind and deaf...Or kleptos...Or cancer patients...just the most beautiful flag ever designed...the US flag...
OP pawian 222 | 24,343
31 Mar 2024 #363
I received my first communion and confirmation without any problems.

Correct. But it wasn`t communist benevolence towards the Church and society, it was a result of Polesses and Poles` resistance to communist antireligious pressure.
Novichok 4 | 7,800
31 Mar 2024 #364
In the US, in 1960, men could expect to live to age 66, on average, while women lived to age 73.

That's without any war and the shortages of food, and healthcare. It was the war, not the "commies", stupid...

I remember that until we moved in 1957, we had no hot water.

Americans didn't have to rebuild NY or DC from scratch, either.
Alien 20 | 4,925
31 Mar 2024 #365
In the US, in 1960, men could expect to live to age 66, on average

Look for the so-called average life expectancy of male newborns in Poland. It was 54 years. The difference is caused by the high perinatal mortality rate comparable to current third world countries.
Novichok 4 | 7,800
31 Mar 2024 #366
Prove that it was because we had PZPR and not because we were recovering from a fvcking war, people were drinking themselves to death, and that they were ill, and so on...

I was born in the middle of the war. No baby formulas. Raised under "communism" with meat shortages. Left when I was 24 and I am as healthy as they get. My doctors are still amazed and ready to ask how come I am not dead yet. So don't give any shyt about low life span under "communism". BTW, before I left "communism", I benched 315 lb and squatted 165kg.

In 2021, life expectancy for Native Americans was 65 years. So fvck off with your stupid stats.
Alien 20 | 4,925
31 Mar 2024 #367
2021, life expectancy for Native Americans was 65 years

Why so low?
Novichok 4 | 7,800
31 Mar 2024 #368
Simple. That's what too much democracy does to you, I guess...Nothing to do with alcohol consumption and other idiotic habits...
It's the American "freedom and democracy" - the opposites of Polish communist "oppression" and the Soviet tanks in Legnica - that causes them to die early.
Alien 20 | 4,925
31 Mar 2024 #369
Simple

My wife and I are going to the theater. We can talk more later.
Novichok 4 | 7,800
31 Mar 2024 #370
macrotrends.net/global-metrics/countries/POL/poland/life-expectancy
Poland:

In 1950 - 59
In 1966 - 69

Conclusion: PZPR caused the life expectancy to go up by 10 years or 16%.

macrotrends.net/global-metrics/countries/USA/united-states/life-expectancy

Now the US:

1950 - 68
1966 - 70

Change: 2 years or one-fifth of what PZPR was able to achieve. Commies win.

BTW, did you notice that in 1966, in the depth of communist oppression, with the Red Army still terrorizing Poland and executing Poles daily, the life expectancy was the same as in the US, the best and the richest place in the whole universe...hahahahahahahaha...

Conclusion: Never come to a gunfight with a used condom.
OP pawian 222 | 24,343
31 Mar 2024 #371
the life expectancy was the same as in the US, the best and the richest place in the whole

Bad comparison. The US statistics are always worse than European ones.
To be fair, compare communist Poland with West European countries. Ha!!!
OP pawian 222 | 24,343
15 hrs ago #372
Sweet Jesus!

Decades ago, in communist times, such an exclamation was considered a sin against the 3rd commandment. I was still serious about it in 1990s that I reproached my students: Do not take the Lord`s name in vain!!!
Atch 22 | 4,117
2 hrs ago #373
Sweet Jesus is what we call an 'aspiration'. There's a whole list of them that are permitted by the Catholic church and are lavishly used in Ireland.


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