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NomadatNet   
29 Jul 2011
Life / Rich man, poor man - today`s Poland [80]

... especially to those engaged in narrowly specialized, monotonous and depersonalized work in industrial plants, when the machine tends to dominate man — was important and eloquent from the point of view of social ethics...

(leaving Soviets' mistakes aside - if we talk about realities and socialism purely)

Hadn't Pope seen any factory then in the non-socialist, christian west, where workers were not different? He should have mentioned workers in the west too. At least, workers in Soviets were trying to speak their voice. Workers in the West had no voice, still not..

From theological point of view, Pope contradicted with St. Paul who had supported worker movements in Phisidian Antiochia where he gave his first speech during the worker revolts there and the result was workers were winner there. But, St Paul was a tent maker, a worker, unlike these religious scholars today, priests, imams, etc etc. who don't understand workers..
NomadatNet   
29 Jul 2011
History / Why did communism in Poland fail? [180]

You still insist on names.. Isn't it enough to see the only power emerged from Soviets is Russia? How did they become a superpower? Russia was a monarchy which was about to collapse prior to revolution there. After revolution, after a decade or two, when socialism became productive, Russians started to take control of Soviets and they destroyed internationalism/multiculturalism that is one of first important criterie in international socialism which was the base of Soviets. After 1930s, with increasing Russian nationalism and racism over other folks in Soviets which showed itself more by force and blood invasions too, Soviets were no more socialists.. True, there were ploys and bloody attacks from out of Soviets to Soviets. If Soviets pressed on nuke buttons then, it could be much better than bloody actions and forces to the folks inside Soviets. Anyway, as I said, Russians were not cooked enough well to form and keep socialism. They didn't understand it well. Maybe, theory makers like Marx etc should have been on top of administrations. If you give the administrations to the workers who aren't isolated themselves against nationalist etc feelings and who aren't knowledgable enough about global issues, sooner or later, it returns to nationalist administrations and what happened in Soviets was that. Since Russians were at center of administrations, it is normal to see Russia as emerged country. From one empire, Soviets, a new empire, Russia emerged. Socialism should be established by its theory founders, scientists, scholars themselves. Or, people who are not knowledgable enough will make themselves kings, queens, etc when they take a little power. Perhaps, scientists/scholars not knowing what to do are just staying away from applications of their theories as they prefer not to take any risk. It is like engineering academican professor who is doing lab work as maximum field work while leaving risky application to engineers in the real field. Socialism was somethings like that. It was in their hands of people who were not knowledgable about economy, its social issues, etc etc and it was not enough open society.. maybe, its timing wasn't good enough as we are talking about almost a century ago.. This Europe today who claim they know better will maybe have to do a better socialism. Search for this will have to happen as Europe get poorer and poorer. But, I see resistive forces alread started to act, toward escaping to fundamentalism, racism, nationalism, christianism etc..
NomadatNet   
28 Jul 2011
History / Why did communism in Poland fail? [180]

Any names of Russian nationalists?

Oftentimes not in Russia's favour.

See what you said... Soviets have has the religious institutions for centruies. What the hell is that?
Again "racist"... who was racist towards whom?

No need to give any names.

Looking at their behaviour collections of Soviets after 1930s, I see nationalism in Soviets. Their system in Soviets is not an international system actually, but, a nationalist system that was in control of Russians in Moscow mainly. I mentioned big inequalities between different folks of Soviets. But, when you say oftentimes not in favor, nothing to say more. I don't even need to prove this big inequalities between nations in Soviets, it has become clear after Soviet system was gone. Among all Soviet nations, only Russians arised as power, the rest were weak. But, it is normal, it was socialism "inter-national" which is a term not much different than "united nations". When there are nations in a concept, even if it is united nations or international, it hides nationalism even if indirectly.

True, religious institutions in Soviets too were alive, were underground and they were collobrating with other religious institutions in the world. Soviets should not have put them underground, they should have left them free, but, without any financial, any money support directly or by indirectly by folks.. When religion institutions are left without money, they lose their all powers except voluntary services.

Again racist.. Racism against folks inside Soviet domain. Why do you think ordinary folks of former Soviet countries don't like Russians? Cause they lived Russian racism in their daily lifes.

Anyway. While I am critisizing Soviets so much, I can't say they were worse than feudal world which is still a big monster power..
NomadatNet   
28 Jul 2011
History / Why did communism in Poland fail? [180]

However, if you look at communism from another angle, like communial life,,

there are more than 200 countries in the world today.. Each of them is having a communial life.. So, there are 200 communist countries in the world today. So, how communism failed?

Common understanding of these concepts are like that:

Country with administrations by laws is a communism. (in this sense, even Sharia is a communist system.)

Country with administrations by money is not communism.

(wondering who are communists and who aren't now,;)
NomadatNet   
28 Jul 2011
Life / Rich man, poor man - today`s Poland [80]

Whats the specifics for Ethiopians?

Your Ethiopians example is a good example, but, that supports my words above in my previous post. Most of poor African countries are colonies, don't forget this, and their masters, nobles/royals, give them Africans less chance than 1% that they give to ordinary people in their homelands that you call capitalists, actually, feudals. So, poor Africans with 0.0001% chance are having more troubles and they are dying due to starvation.. To escape from this, they are trying to move to the countries of their masters by immigration legally or illegally and causing some big problems there.. So, poor Africans are not a product of monetary system again, but, by their own primitive kingdoms as well as so-called modern kingdoms of the west, which both are feudals. (Note that I am not disagreeing about their poverty etc with you - but, your saying monetary system is in the root of these is wrong, totally wrong.)
NomadatNet   
28 Jul 2011
History / Why did communism in Poland fail? [180]

Name of Soviets were "International" Socialism etc. This "internationalism" concept attracted ordinary workers of the world in the past. Good concept. But, they were not aware of that Soviet center was in their control of Russian nationalists who had used these concepts to make Russia a superpower starting 1930. We can see this in inequalities in Soviets lands between Russia and other states during Soviet times, also later, post-Soviet times. So, actually, Soviets were not different than any feudal country in a-socialist countries. Still, Soviets could be given a chance, but, monarchies & their religious institutions around the world who have been a huge monster for centuries had attacked them by bloody way and Soviets fell in this blood trap cause its center's mentality of Soviets too was not different than them, like them, racist feudals..
NomadatNet   
28 Jul 2011
History / Why did communism in Poland fail? [180]

Oh I remember you announced the most ridiculous idea of racist Russians (if my memory serves me well)...

You remember correct, but, with a small missing point.. I didn't say racist Russians, but, racist Russians deep state center. After 1930s, they took the control of Soviets and designs changed according to their ideology.
NomadatNet   
28 Jul 2011
Life / Rich man, poor man - today`s Poland [80]

I agree with some main points mentioned by Wroclaw boy, for example, yes, there is less than 1% chance for a person who is born in a poor family to be rich. More than 90% of rich people in the world today are rich people from their parents. But, there is still small chance for anyone to be rich even if it is 1%..

Look ive said it many times, its not the US, not China, not the EU, its the monetary system itself. Money breeds corruption by its very being, its just so obvious.

This 1% small chance to everyone is given by money/monetary system.. This is a system which is not liked by old royal feudal systems as they try to save their power continuously.. Money is evil, is their saying of them actually.. You may say "hey, we are in 21st century, not in middle age." But, things aren't different much yet.. Look at Arab Kingdoms, monarchies/lords in Western Europe, etc etc.. They have hands everywhere in the world in many big businesses.. Plus, since they are also siding/using religious institutions by building some mosques, churches etc too, they have huge power, human resource power too in the world.. So, even this 21st century is full of feudals in the world and this is main reason why poor people have no chance to be rich.. But, this 1% chance given by monetary system will put an end to them sooner or later..
NomadatNet   
28 Jul 2011
History / Why did communism in Poland fail? [180]

Capitalism has failed zillions of times in the history. But, if you see money as capitalism, then, it hasn't failed anywhere, even in Soviets, China, etc too..

Maybe, capitalism, socialism, etc are needed to be understood well first - before talking about Poland..

Lets take a simple, concrete example: Saudi Arabia.
It is a country with religious/sharia laws rules, with capitalism economy for ordinary folks, with a palace with socialism life inside (according to a capitalist person who worked hard to make money to live as royals there live freely without doing any real work), even with godless communism life inside palace (according to revealed rumors that say there are drug, heroin, sex parties, etc. there in the palace.)
NomadatNet   
27 Jul 2011
History / Why did communism in Poland fail? [180]

So why did communism fail?

(as i said in my old reply, it wasn't communism or socialism that failed, it was soviets/russians that failed. so why failed?)

Failed cause there was a bigger monster, monarchies & religious institutions, that saw this newcomer as enemy (like it always happens anywhere in religions, in scientific findings, etc etc.) and soviets/russians hadn't understood socialism well enough yet, hence, they were not strong enough yet to challenge against those who saw this socialism newcomer as enemy.

Btw, another reason, a pragmatic reason for their fails of Soviets/Russians was that; Turkey. Between 1975-1980, Turkey was an international arena for all kinds of ideologies and heavy anarchies. Tens of tousands of people were killed. By the end of 1980, anarchy was at its peak level and a military coup stopped total anarchy and it helped the west, it was an important cornerstone, a stop for soviets/russians's progress.. Turkey folks were fifty-fifty at right and at left. If Turkey joined then to Soviets, things today would be totally different.. Maybe, this is just a time delay.. Maybe, West will do a better socialism system.
NomadatNet   
27 Jul 2011
Work / Got a job offer (involving Hungarian and Romanian languages) in Krakow. Potential salary? [28]

If you are skilled in languages (and job requires you to speak in even more than one international language), 2,200 PLN is really unfair.

Knowing languages isn't a plus anymore in getting more salary. There is google translation now that lowers values of people knowing extra languages. It may not be professional translator, but, for majority of people who need some simple communications, it is enough. Also, communications today are less verbal, more written communications.
NomadatNet   
27 Jul 2011
Work / Got a job offer (involving Hungarian and Romanian languages) in Krakow. Potential salary? [28]

Hello everybody

I might get an opportunity to work in Krakow at a company in need of Hungarian and Romanian language.( I speak both)
I would like to ask for your suggestion regarding the salary. They want to offer me 2200 PLN. I believe it is a small salary.
I also have to relocate.
What would you say ?

If you are jobless, if you don't have a better offer than 2200 PLN, doesn't matter you are a Pole or another citizen, 2200 PLN isn't so bad money.
NomadatNet   
27 Jul 2011
Feedback / I love this forum - It's so Polish: tolerant, inconsistent, amusing [188]

Nobody is really serious here.

You are ignoring me?
This forum is one of best forums I have participated..
Many forums are banning people without any reason.
For example, I wrote the word "monarchy" once or twice on serious British forums, bammm, it didn't take a day or two for them to ban..

Welcome to the Earth.
NomadatNet   
26 Jul 2011
Off-Topic / What's your connection with Poland? Penpals. [512]

I have no connection with Poland at all, in any means.
Never been to Poland, never been with any Pole here in Turkey, either.
Some years ago, once a girl said "I am crazy" and came to this forum to check if Poles are crazy or not.. No, but, I have seen many crazies on this forum and most of them are not Poles.
NomadatNet   
26 Jul 2011
Travel / Mosques in Krakow? [131]

Good.. Saudi Kingdom financed it? Probably.
When their monarch too is abolished, these mosques too will be used a hospitals like churches, etc too. Keep going there, facilities will be added later.

Ps: you are a radical christian, aren't you.
NomadatNet   
26 Jul 2011
Language / Polish word "Dom" and its similarities in different languages [46]

To this theory of yours, elites invent words and then spreads to ordinary folks.. I say this cause Lord is a kind of elite word.. If don/dom has this background which goes to elite, has single uses, to me, it doesn't make sense that dom originates from Hebrew.. Latin has dom a broader use, a broader sense as it means house in Latin language. But, Latin is relatively new language.. In Turkic, the word "dam" has very broad sense as it means "any kind of house, even tent - with a ceiling" and it has a very wide use among ordinary folks from turkey to other turkic countries. So, I claim word dom/dam originated from Turkic due its very widely use by ordinary people.. There are even verb root related to dam.. Dam word in Turkic is something like a root of tree.. many words are related to dam.. For ex, adam = man, dam+la= drop, etc etc.. Anyway, if Turks imported dam word from this region/middle east/europe, then, Turks once were in this region some tousands of years ago too, during neolitic age too. Anyway, during this age, all folks of the world were kind of nomads. Dam/dom word must be so old that it is used very widely from west to east..
NomadatNet   
25 Jul 2011
History / Has Polish king Sobieski become an idol of right wing extremists? [21]

When Turks invaded Balkan they were on the level of wild hordes. Their conquest on Balkan and Europe in general civilized them a little bit.

Are you talking about the past, 1500 years ago, when Atilla Hun invaded till Rome Empire? Crow, come to this century.
NomadatNet   
25 Jul 2011
History / Has Polish king Sobieski become an idol of right wing extremists? [21]

If Sobieski allied itself with Turks modern day Poland wouldn't exist, at least not as Slavic.

As if Slavs/Serbs lost their identity. Crow, you Serbs don't speak even a single Turkic word. Ask Greeks and Arabs too, they don't, either.

I am not fan of monarchy at all, but, give credit to Ottomans who hadn't assimilated any folks, but, themselves.. Turkey today is the most multicultural country in the world, contrary to known.
NomadatNet   
25 Jul 2011
History / Has Polish king Sobieski become an idol of right wing extremists? [21]

It is Church propagands again, to attract people to Churchs more, just as rightiests like..

Sobieski didn't fight against Muslims at Wienna war during the end of 1600s. He fought against Turks. Ottomans till 1600s had also made many wars against Muslims, Arab lands.. Starting 1600s, it was Ottoman's recession, that took 100 years. It was during their weak times of Ottomans that they were defeated in Vienna and in other wars.

So, while Ottomans done more wars with muslims/Arabs than Europeans, saying Europeans fought against Muslims show an illiteracy.
NomadatNet   
25 Jul 2011
News / Wroclaw man helping police after recent events in Norway [48]

what will stick will be that the Norwegian terrorist was not acting alone, but in fact he was a part of a large right-wing terrorist group, with headquarters in Poland where all the supplies for the bombs came
from.

Poles, what you are doing is taking responsibility of crime indirectly..

If there is a headquarter of that right wing group, it is London. His group is a London based far-right Knights Templar group who that Norweigan too is a member. (Who knows, there are members of this group on PF too..)
NomadatNet   
25 Jul 2011
News / Wroclaw man helping police after recent events in Norway [48]

So, it is getting international / europeanal.

On Guardian.co.uk

European security sources confirmed they were investigating claims that Breivik and other far-right individuals attended the inaugural meeting of the far-right Knights Templar group in London in 2002. They said there had been increased internet chatter from individuals claiming they belonged to the Knights Templar, an organisation referred to by Breivik in a 1,500-page manifesto published online hours before he began his killing spree.
NomadatNet   
8 Jun 2011
News / Another Polish city honors President Reagan [49]

Reagan used Brzezinski's plan for the Afghan Soviet war which indebted the Soviet Union to collapse.

So, Poles need to be thankful to Afgans too as Afghans were at front against Soviet forces there. But, Polish forces are in Afghanistan now and they together with Nato are fighting against Afghans who had battled against Russian forces 30 years ago. Well, Russians too are collobrating with Nato now in Afghanistan against Afghans. Afghans helped Soviets to collapse and they are being paid by their lives now while Reagan-like movie actors are being honored.
NomadatNet   
8 Jun 2011
News / Another Polish city honors President Reagan [49]

Another Polish city honors President Reagan

Reagan was a movie actor. Same role in his works of collapsing Soviet.
There are movie editor, maker, and so on.
Most of Russians too, especially those in top level seats were involved in collapsing Soviet.
All countries in former Soviets need to honor Stalin who started the damage and gave the biggest damage to the socialism.
NomadatNet   
8 Jun 2011
Love / Polish dating tips [40]

It acts as a deterrant and a provocation.For example after the question did you bring condoms? sorry kochanie I forgot.So you test the rough dimension.

Southern Assange, what is the testing rough dimension?
NomadatNet   
1 Jun 2011
Love / Do Polish men like to sleep with other men? [79]

Do Polish men like to sleep with other men?

Probably they do.. Army service in Poland is obligatory for everybody, isn't it?
It is obligatory here and we were sleeping altogether in 30-50 person bedrooms.
It was like snoring orchestra.

(you said homophobia? I have homophobia. So what? They have heterophobia. So, equality holds.)
NomadatNet   
1 Jun 2011
Love / In Polish relationships who is the boss? [46]

so many polish guys looking not very happy when they are with their lady

are you sure you are man?

so nothing happened yet and you already assume the worst? that's not the right attitude...

my unfortunate character. i always assume the worst.. (see, i presumed master may not be a man.)
NomadatNet   
1 Jun 2011
Love / In Polish relationships who is the boss? [46]

why?

with my lady outside, it is a waste of time.. and i can think of she will be shopping somethings absurd.

you aren't Polish, are you?

did i look like polish? why not.