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Whom do the people in Poland hate more: Germans or Russians?



Eurola 4 | 1,912    
8 Feb 2008  #31

Maybe you should stop bragging how 'great" you were (are) ?
Yes, you are an orderly country and doing great, but belittling your neighbors is not going to earn you respect, is it?


plk123 8 | 4,169    
8 Feb 2008  #32

PS: Hitler was german born in Austria....these borders...always changing...but then you as a Pole know about that, don't you?

sure, sure.. just like copenik and other people you want to call your own.. foking thieving nations..

And?

Who's got a problem with that?

and? problems? nah, i drive a kraut everyday.. hahahaha
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 7,944    
8 Feb 2008  #33

sure, sure.. just like copenik and other people you want to call your own.. foking thieving nations..

Hmmm...just a question...which ethnicity Hitler belonged to if not german???

*waits eagerly for plk's wisdom*
Patrycja19 63 | 2,703    
8 Feb 2008  #34

Germany was never Polands friend...we never broke a treaty or a promise to you...

no maybe you didnt, but he has a point, you sit and rub it into peoples faces, but
the money your country recieved was to rebuild.. remember Germany was a Pile
of rubble too.. and he has a very valid point, to which I can say I think he is
correct in saying the war did slow economic growth..

I believe Poland would be in a much better position.. whether anyone thinks
they prob wouldnt move on...im sure they would have moved alot further and
culture would still be strong as ever..

your not to blame for what happened, but of course your defending it all the time
so therefore involving yourself in the mix of it,, so of course you or anyone else
cant be upset if people still converse about it..
Filios1 8 | 1,336    
8 Feb 2008  #35

Hehe...got already your cavallery ready against my panzers???

I would ride through the gates of hell to protect my motherland from your fatherland ( : Remember that, Bratwurst, there are many out there that feel the same..
plk123 8 | 4,169    
8 Feb 2008  #36

*waits eagerly for plk's wisdom*

hope you're not holding your breath.. german he wasn't, germanic, sure.. whatever.. he ruined your butts just as well. half your folk got sold off to foking stalin too and i don't hear you ******** about that man. so you guys got half screwed.. that's screwed anyway you look at it.

you can laugh all you want.. one day you will see way better poland.. you can't deny progress.. some things will never change but we'll see..
Eurola 4 | 1,912    
8 Feb 2008  #37

Yeah, I'm kind of surprised that BBoy never tries to "invade" his Eastern Germany brothers..why don't you direct your energy there? I heard on the radio, that west Germany is ashamed of their eastern brothers...start 'fixing' them. Will you? In the mean time they should be a perfect, border cushion. hehehehe.
Filios1 8 | 1,336    
8 Feb 2008  #38

**** THIS BRATWURST BOY

Come back you German coward. I want to have a discussion with you about Polish-German relations
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 7,944    
8 Feb 2008  #39

Yeah, I'm kind of surprised that BBoy never tries to "invade" his Eastern Germany brothers..why don't you direct your energy there? I heard on the radio, that west Germany is ashamed of their eastern brothers...start 'fixing' them. Will you? In the mean time they should be a perfect, border cushion. hehehehe.

Hmmm...Eurola...dishing out but can't take it?

:)

Come back you German coward. I want to have a discussion with you about Polish-German relations

Jawohl! *salutes*

I would ride through the gates of hell to protect my motherland from your fatherland ( : Remember that, Bratwurst, there are many out there that feel the same..

Umm...I don't deny that...ride along...:)
shopgirl 6 | 929    
8 Feb 2008  #40

BRATWURST BOY

*gets Brat by the ear and drags him out of this thread*

*scolds him*

"I can't turn my back for a second, can I?"

*rolls eyes*
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 7,944    
8 Feb 2008  #41

But...but...but...Shooooopskiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
Filios1 8 | 1,336    
8 Feb 2008  #42

Jawohl! *salutes*

Ahh, good to see you back fruend ( :

Now, I want to have a diskussion with you!
Where do you see Poland and Germany, oh lets say, 10 years from now? You spoke of anti-Polish sentiment in Germany? Is this evident through the media too? Are civilians scared of Polish "barbarians" who come to Germany and cause trouble? What is causing so much hatred, in Ihrer gebildeten Meinung. Informieren Sie mich bitte, wie Sie fühle. Danke. *Salutes* An der Mühelosigkeit!
shopgirl 6 | 929    
8 Feb 2008  #43

Elfie's waiting.....
:)

I'm getting out here!
*waits for explosions to start up again any minute*
*ducks*
Filios1 8 | 1,336    
8 Feb 2008  #44

Elfie's waiting.....
:)

Leave Bratwurst be.
shopgirl 6 | 929    
8 Feb 2008  #45

I found him first! You can't make me! :P
Filios1 8 | 1,336    
8 Feb 2008  #46

He is an intriguing fellow, ain't he? Can we share his knowledge together?
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 7,944    
8 Feb 2008  #47

Where do you see Poland and Germany, oh lets say, 10 years from now? You spoke of anti-Polish sentiment in Germany? Is this evident through the media too? Are civilians scared of Polish "barbarians" who come to Germany and cause trouble? What is causing so much hatred, in Ihrer gebildeten Meinung. Informieren Sie mich bitte, wie Sie fühle. Danke. *Salutes* An der Mühelosigkeit!

I actually envision a good relationship between us (once Poland let's go of old grudges).

Germany is a trader...we build and develop to sell things so we need peaceful, wealthy neighbours who have actually the money to buy our stuff.

That way everybody get's happy and nobody needs to invade anybody for that.

Must go now...my girl is already tapping her dainty foot impatiently....sorry :(
shopgirl 6 | 929    
8 Feb 2008  #48

He is an intriguing fellow, ain't he? Can we share his knowledge together?

Hmmmmm......it depends in what kind of sharing you mean.
I have trouble sometimes with eifersucht.....
Filios1 8 | 1,336    
8 Feb 2008  #49

But why shop? Jealousy is the evil that drives wars..! You should know that. That is why the Germans wanted Eastern Europe, and its fertile plains. ; )

Must go now...my girls is already tapping her dainty foot impatiently....sorry :(

Aww! Aber wir hatten gerade angefangen!
shopgirl 6 | 929    
8 Feb 2008  #50

He'll be back....I just need him for a moment! :)
Eurola 4 | 1,912    
8 Feb 2008  #51

Hmmm...Eurola...dishing out but can't take it?

Hmmm, you never really responded to my post...did you? So, how is the relationship between the eastern and western "brothers'?
plk123 8 | 4,169    
8 Feb 2008  #52

I actually envision a good relationship between us (once Poland let's go of old grudges).

that is intriguing. hmm

i sure hope so.. german people aren't bad.. we just gotta keep an eye on ya. :)

So, how is the relationship between the eastern and western "brothers'?

i'm getting what you're getting.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 7,944    
8 Feb 2008  #53

Aww! Aber wir hatten gerade angefangen!

May I compliment you on your perfect german!

Hmmm, you never really responded to my post...did you? So, how is the relationship between the eastern and western "brothers'?

Actually your motives are really clear and a bit hypocritical...or what was it about not "belittling" someone?

And since the german head of state is an Ossi and even the captain of our beloved football team is an Ossi your argument is really weak!

(These are the most important positions a German can actually reach in his life!)
Filios1 8 | 1,336    
8 Feb 2008  #54

May I compliment you on your perfect german!

Thank you, my father taught me some, and I took a German course at University.
And, German is quite important tool in business sector.

I actually envision a good relationship between us (once Poland let's go of old grudges).

I don't think it is just Poles that have an anamosity towards Germans. Germans also share that feeling. But I agree, we should move on to some extent, (but never forget the past), and begin to deal more closely. It would greatly benefit both countries for a strong Polish economy. It will be soon.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 7,944    
8 Feb 2008  #55

I don't think it is just Poles that have an anamosity towards Germans. Germans also share that feeling. But I agree, we should move on to some extent, (but never forget the past), and begin to deal more closely. It would greatly benefit both countries for a strong Polish economy. It will be soon.

I agree...let's have a beer! :)
Filios1 8 | 1,336    
8 Feb 2008  #56

Nur wenn Sie kaufen! Please do not poison me. Perhaps we can ally and go against our mutual enemy, the Russians in the East?
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 7,944    
8 Feb 2008  #57

I pay for a round! *nods to waitress*

But I wouldn't agree to alienating Russia all the time...I don't see them as our enemy...will wait how they develop first...
shopgirl 6 | 929    
8 Feb 2008  #58

*Shopski dons apron and serves up two beers*

*accepts tip*

*whispers in Bratski's ear*

*heads back to bar*
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 7,944    
8 Feb 2008  #59

*accepts tip*

Which tip?

Since when do I give tips??? I thought we were over that...
Filios1 8 | 1,336    
8 Feb 2008  #60

But I wouldn't agree to alienating Russia all the time...I don't see them as our enemy...will wait how they develop first...

No? But Russians are always the instigators. They have not shown any willingness to negotiate with Poles on many fronts.. Maybe this will change after Tusk's visit. I hope it will resolve a few issues, or at least finally set some discussions in motion.

Poland is doing a bad thing, I believe, by not concentrating on European relations with Germany and Russia, and instead causing a disturbance with their talks with the U.S. They should look at the situation at home, before looking to outside. Russians have become quite enraged. Hopefully situation will diffuse.

*heads back to bar*

HALT! Hier zurückgekommen!
You gave me the wrong beer!




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