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Have Poles blood on their hands? :)


marqoz - | 195
22 Feb 2010 #481
Sorry! Just action-reaction syndrome.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
23 Feb 2010 #482
Some have and some haven't. The butchers usually do.
strzyga 2 | 993
23 Feb 2010 #483
Few have and most haven't.

A few have and most haven't ;)

Now, Seanus, I've got a linguistic question to you.
In which sentence more people have blood on their hands?
What's your native feeling?
Seanus 15 | 19,706
23 Feb 2010 #484
My native knowledge you mean. A few generally means more than few but it's all relative. A few means kilka and few, mało. It's quite a close call and much depends on intonation and context.
strzyga 2 | 993
23 Feb 2010 #485
I mean the feeling of a native speaker, I didn't say "knowledge" as it's not about precise, exact numbers, but you're right, that part of linguistic knowledge too. "Quite a few" would definitely be more than "few", but with "few" and "a few" in this context (millions of Poles) I wasn't sure, hence the question. I suppose both would be "nieliczni" or "niewielu" in Polish.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
23 Feb 2010 #486
Pretty much, strzyga. A few tends to suggest more. Few would argue with that and a few would argue with that is clearer.
Crow 139 | 8,382
23 Feb 2010 #487
Have Poles blood on their hands?

NOT ENOUGH. i think that i said it already. So just to underline
Seanus 15 | 19,706
23 Feb 2010 #488
So you think they should settle old scores and avenge past losses, Crow?
Crow 139 | 8,382
23 Feb 2010 #489
what else? Poland is under occupation of Eurabia. Its not secret
Seanus 15 | 19,706
23 Feb 2010 #490
What dangers do you see for Poland in the current setup? Under occupation, explain.

What blood needs to be spilled?
Crow 139 | 8,382
23 Feb 2010 #491
What blood needs to be spilled?

actually, spilling of blood could be avoid with simple Poland`s decision. But, Poland should decide while there is still enough time

What dangers do you see for Poland in the current setup?

... total incorporation into Eurabia with Arabic/Turkish settlements in Poland. Its French, German, Holland and British.... receipt. Former colonial powers deserve that, while Poland that was itself victim of slave hunters from so called west deserve batter destine

Under occupation, explain.

Poland isn`t independent. We all know that
Seanus 15 | 19,706
23 Feb 2010 #492
Crow, what goes on behind closed doors will go on regardless. Don't worry, the spirit of the people shows and we all know that Tusk makes almost every decision with a view to the next election. One wrong step and he'll get it.

The Poles feel independent within the EU. Others will fight for more power in the EU.
Marek11111 9 | 816
24 Feb 2010 #493
Poland is ruled by E.U. and E.U. is not a partnership it's dictatorship in fact you can make a case that all democracies are dictatorships as majority imposes it will on minority
Bratwurst Boy 9 | 10,436
24 Feb 2010 #494
Yeah....when you so want EVERY human society is a dictatorship...so what..
(I prefer this current dictatorship to other tried dictatorships in our past though!)
Marek11111 9 | 816
24 Feb 2010 #495
I am not saying this is bad it's probably the best we got if the democracy is used to make humanity and society better but it does impose will of majority on to minority.
ob1 1 | 30
17 May 2013 #496
American founding fathers realized that democracies fall because special interest groups get control and don't care about the country. That's why they opted for a republic. Be careful about having a democracy.


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