looking into a mirror while uttering that BS. that tripe had been picked up in Poland and revitalized by some half-witted and brainwashed lost souls
Yes, we do realise you support Dmowski and reject Piłudski. Two coffins tripe rules you, too, my dear. :)
Not funny at all.
No, rabbies and Zionists at Polonia event are funny and you need to elaborate more because we like such real life comedies. Please, don`t make us wait.
Back to topic.
A runner-up candidate to the Polish poetic Hall of Fame, Juliusz Słowacki, in his bitter poem "Agamemnon`s Grave," 1839, critisizes Poles of the partitions era for indolence, passiveness, cowardice, petty quarrels, stupidity etc.
He also suggests that Poland was a peacock and parrot of nations,
and as long as it continues, Poles will never regain independence. Peacock means a propensity for showing off, while parrrot is copying from others.