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Why are Poles/Poland disliked by Germans?


OP pawian 177 | 14,506
8 Feb 2020 #121
But why do you desire to know the OP`s reasons? Isn`t the mere discussion about the topic enough for you?

I am asking because you remind me of communist propagandists years ago, they also looked for hidden reasons of any activity they considered unusual.

Why are you resorting to communist methods? Are they your favourite ones? :):)
Trump4Eva
8 Feb 2020 #122
the OP`s reasons?

The basis for motive is everything and communist propagandists rely on censoring any questioning or criticism of their message.

Communist propagandists always fear and resent having to explain themselves. Just like you are attempting to do here.

You may genuinely believe that Poles need to be passive, deferential and apologetic to Germans but your own familial reasons for doing so are invalid.

Poles owe Germans nothing and most certainly should never be seeking their approval like a German bastard child would with its Mutter. :)
Trump4Eva
8 Feb 2020 #124
^ Guilty as charged! :)
Spike31 2 | 2,148
8 Feb 2020 #125
Well, Poles dislike Germans because we know them better than anyone else does.

Our dislike for Germans is not based on ignorance but quite the opposite: we just know them too well to truly like them :-)
Lyzko 29 | 7,223
8 Feb 2020 #126
@Weimarer,
As you never responded to my post from yesterday late re: the current thread topoc, ck. out my private mail to you of just now apropos

something totally unrelated! You might even find it "amusing".
:-)
Torq
8 Feb 2020 #127
Well, Poles dislike Germans

Speak for yourself, Spike. I don't dislike Germans at all; actually, all the Germans that I met personally are very decent people. You can't judge a nation by some of their online "representatives" *coughweimarercough*
OP pawian 177 | 14,506
8 Feb 2020 #128
The basis for motive is everything

That`s KGB`s and Stasi`s style which you seem to have adopted. In order to infiltrate the communist societies successfully, they needed to know the motivations of their citizens to prevent anti-system events. They believed that prevention is much better than fighting the actual occurence.

Why are you following their methods?
Lenka 3 | 2,445
8 Feb 2020 #129
actually, all the Germans that I met personally are very decent people.

I must say it's the same with me. German people were actually the nicest from all the foreign people I encountered.
Torq
8 Feb 2020 #130
...and there's this silly stereotype about German women being ugly. Two of the most beautiful women I ever met were German. :)
Lenka 3 | 2,445
8 Feb 2020 #131
Here it's hard for me to judge but the prettiest ones I've met were usually mixed with other nations and ethnicities. They can be stunning though
OP pawian 177 | 14,506
8 Feb 2020 #132
@Torq
Really? Did you meet Claudia Schiffer??
Torq
8 Feb 2020 #133
Believe me, Pawian, they were both much hotter than Claudia Schiffer. :)
OP pawian 177 | 14,506
8 Feb 2020 #134
Lucky you! :):) (podrywacz).
Spike31 2 | 2,148
8 Feb 2020 #135
this silly stereotype

Because stereotypes are based on large numbers and not on exceptions :-)
Lyzko 29 | 7,223
8 Feb 2020 #136
You forgot Heidi Klumm:-)
OP pawian 177 | 14,506
8 Feb 2020 #137
Because I was thinking of Gretchen Blum.
Spike31 2 | 2,148
8 Feb 2020 #138
Before you get too excited here google Franka Potente...
jackrussel
8 Feb 2020 #139
I like both Poland and Germany, how about that (also like UK and Sweden).
Lyzko 29 | 7,223
9 Feb 2020 #140
The most luscious German dish though in my humble opinion was the very young Hildegard Knef (later "Neff" when she went to Hollyweird).
Romy Schneider and Senta Berger of course weren't too shabby either:-)


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