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Are Polish territories natively German?


Bratwurst Boy 9 | 10,424
12 May 2011 #61
Where is the compensation for the expelled?
gumishu 11 | 5,629
12 May 2011 #62
in your wallet

and you dare to talk about partnership and cooperation
Bratwurst Boy 9 | 10,424
12 May 2011 #63
in your wallet

*dusts wallet*

Nope...still empty ;)

and you dare to talk about partnership and cooperation

Nope...I was answering some posts about compensation...
gumishu 11 | 5,629
12 May 2011 #64
Bratwurst Boy

some expelees visit you regularly then (they presumably also have the keys to your money safe)
Palivec - | 380
13 May 2011 #65
Gdańsk fortune was simply built on the Polish grain exported via Vistula river. This simply gave the city the strength and autonomy. I'd say Gdańsk/Danzig was always multinational; check the roles of the Polish and German in the Freistadt before the WWII.

How is Polish grain relevant? Silly argument. All big cities of that time were on the crossroads of important trading routes. In Danzigs case it was the amber road, where more than grain was traded... the name of the road might give you a hint.

And the Polish role in the history of Danzig/Gdańsk is minor. There is almost no legacy of the much sought (and the Commies certainly gave their best), mystical Polish minority in the city. If I look at the history I can find many German names in all civic matters, quite a few Dutch artists and builders, a few Scots... but almost no Poles. The few known Poles are mostly outsiders who came into the town on behalf of the Polish overlord and/or the church.

If Wilno, with 50-65% Poles, is considered a Polish town here, then Danzig, with 95% Germans, can be considered a historically German town. 5% other nationalities don't make a town multicultural.
PolskiMoc 4 | 324
13 May 2011 #66
No, North East Germany is native Lechitik
Even Berlin comes from the Polabian word for swamp. Polabians are really a Polish tribe to say. Polabians are Lechitics. The difference of a Polabian is like the difference of a High & Low German.

So East Germany belongs to Polska
Palivec - | 380
13 May 2011 #67
I know, I know. Poland ruled over a region 1000 years ago? That's historically Polish land! 3 Poles lived in a city? Polish city, for sure! Slavic tribes muttered some words like Poles? They were Poles of course! Someone traded with Polish grain? Must be a Pole then!

:D
alexw68
13 May 2011 #68
3 Poles lived in a city? Polish city, for sure!

;)

@PolskiMocz - sorry mate, but people like you have had the **** taken out of them for years. Love your country and all, but don't make stuff up...

youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=hjWd9a8Ck8U
PolskiMoc 4 | 324
13 May 2011 #69
Polabians are the original inhabitants of East Germany.
Polabians were a Lechitik tribe.
Poland is a united State of Lechitik tribes.

As I said the difference between a Polabian & Pole.
Is similar to the Difference of Low & High German.

Please learn something & stop being a retard.
alexw68
13 May 2011 #70
Please learn something

Trust me, that is my default expectation here.

But from the guy who tells us Werner von Braun had Slavic skullbone structure? No thanks, I'll pass.
PolskiMoc 4 | 324
13 May 2011 #71
I know, I know. Poland ruled over a region 1000 years ago? That's historically Polish land! 3 Poles lived in a city? Polish city, for sure! Slavic tribes muttered some words like Poles? They were Poles of course! Someone traded with Polish grain? Must be a Pole then!
:D

Polabians are Lechitik & Poles are Lechitik.

Polabians & Polans (Poland) even have similar names.

There are a number of Lechitic tribes. Poles, Polabians, Slovincians, & Kashubians.

Poland was of many Lechitic tribes that united.

Trust me, that is my default expectation here.

But from the guy who tells us Werner von Braun had Slavic skullbone structure? No thanks, I'll pass.

Trust me, that is my default expectation here.

But from the guy who tells us Werner von Braun had Slavic skullbone structure? No thanks, I'll pass.

Wernher Von Braun really does have a Slavic shaped skull. He has a high skull, with large brow ridges & flattened rear of a skull just like a Slav.

He also has a Rounded skull that sticks out more than his lower face. Which is also a Slavic trait.

Slavics really do have distinct skull shapes.

Are you really that unobservant & Retarded?

Let's see some kind of refute. Instead of you jiving like a N*Gger
alexw68
13 May 2011 #72
Instead of you jiving like a N*Gger

Aw, bless.

Yo, me gat better t'ings to do than hang around here whippin' yo' pasty white ass, innit?

Besides which: phrenology has exactly how much scientific credibility? Almost as much as the ethnicity determines territory bollocks you're spouting here.

Feel free to join the 21st century and leave the 19th century proto/pseudo-anthropology to those dead guys.
PolskiMoc 4 | 324
13 May 2011 #73
Aw, bless.

Yo, me gat better t'ings to do than hang around here whippin' yo' pasty white ass, innit?

Besides which: phrenology has exactly how much scientific credibility?

I bet you are a Germanic.
I notice alot of Germanics don't refute. Instead tend to respond with jive.
Germanics remind me of Black people quite a bit.

there is a German American lady in my art class. She has curley hair,a flat nose & she has even her jaw sticking out. If she didn't have light coloring she would look just like someone from Africa or an Australian Aboriginal. lOL


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