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Last Post: 17 Aug 2009
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Puzzler   
28 Jan 2009
Life / What's wrong with you, Polish people - is it an inferiority complex? [123]

Germans have historically been unwilling to assimilate in Poland.

- I am not a fan of Germany, but I must object to the above statement. Actually, historical facts show that in the past the Germans assimilated very well in Poland. Many of them were good loyal citizens. They contributed a lot. Polish-German relations aren't entirely black and white. Does any of the Polish participants know that our great patriotic poet, Wincenty Pol, was 100 % German?

:)
Puzzler   
28 Jan 2009
Travel / Polish Architecture [147]

Prince, was Branicki whom you mention the Branicki who callaborated with the Russkies?
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Silent is keepin' 'Prince,' in spite of my asking him twice a polite question. What rudeness. What kind of 'Prince' is that?
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Puzzler   
28 Jan 2009
Travel / Polish Architecture [147]

Count Jan Klemens Branicki, Great Crown Hetman and patron of art and science

- Prince, was he the collaborator with the Russian invaders?
Puzzler   
27 Jan 2009
Life / If I could introduce something from my country into Poland, I would.... [161]

The Polish police service is full of brutes and kids just out of pampers

- Any evidence of that? What the hell do you do in Poland if you hate us so much? Get out. As for the alleged inefficiency of Polish cops, is it really greater than the inefficiency of Brit cops, eg. in Wales, where horrific beatings and murders of Polish guest workers have stayed forever 'unexplained'? In UK, you can only punish hard the Poles - a Polish person who commits a crime in UK gets often far harder sentence than the locals and other nationals do.Some time ago, (I think) in London, a couple of creeps from Algeria raped for hours Polish women. What have become of these creeps, what sentences did they get?
Puzzler   
26 Jan 2009
UK, Ireland / Britain... What the Poles did for us. [444]

Mr B, I think most immigrants come here

- Doverguy, but Poles predominantly AREN'T immigrants, only temporary 'guest workers' in UK. The evidence of this is their leaving Britain en masse now, because they figure it's not profitable for them to work and live there. So they go to work in Holland and Scandinavia instead. It's the media people in UK who have been calling the Poles repeatedly 'immigrants' (and, as the Goebbels reportedly said, a lie repeated ten times becomes the truth), in order to divert attention of the British from the real immigrants - folks from the Third World. The media characters are in favour of the latter's settling in UK. It's regrettable many people in Britain allow themselves to be brainwashed by the media psychopaths. George Orwell writes somewhere that British people are the most brainwashable by the media of all Europeans (or something of this sort). I hope I don't sound insulting? It wasn't my intention to be so.
Puzzler   
26 Jan 2009
Genealogy / Mongolian the Golden Horde - do Poles have Mongolian ancestry? [255]

Norman Davies suggests in "God's Playground. A History of Poland" that we came from Iran. So who is the real Aryan nation here? ;) I wouldn't mind having such ancestors - wasn't eg. Bodhidarma from there? And I like Iranians - get along with them. Warm-hearted, human, not psychopathic people, unlike, ahem, others from the Middle East.

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Mongolian the Golden Horde - do Poles have Mongolian ancestry?

- And of course, sjeffreys is a little sh8itty psychopathic troll, but that's another story.
:)
Puzzler   
26 Jan 2009
Love / What do Polish guys think of Irish girls? [187]

And I think some Irish girls are 10x prettier than Polish girls.

- And how do you perform this measurement, Fiish from Salzburg, Austria?

By the way, I visited Austria (Vienna) once. Austrian women, like german women in general, appeared to me quite ugly. Perhaps the ugliest women in Europe?

:)
Puzzler   
26 Dec 2008
History / Famous Russian Poles [225]

Wiki would be a start Pussy because I would really like

- Well, no offense, but who really gives fuk about what you would like? Quote from your own 'entries' in 'Wiki' yourself, scum.
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Puzzler   
26 Dec 2008
History / Famous Russian Poles [225]

- Preferably from your 'entry' in 'Wiki,' eh, dumb animal?
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Puzzler   
26 Dec 2008
History / Famous Russian Poles [225]

- Do you suggest the quoted passage from my post is an indication of my having had lots of vodka? If yes, explain why.
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Puzzler   
26 Dec 2008
History / Famous Russian Poles [225]

Says who? A Pole??? I'm shaking in my boots!

- Hehe, it may happen you'll be begging to be let into Poland, as it used to be with you, krauts, in the past. Do you think your Getohe, Shcllire and Beetvhone will help you then? Better attempt to learn some Polish,and without the thick stupid hunnish accent.

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Puzzler   
26 Dec 2008
History / Famous Russian Poles [225]

I've heard of Tuwim, Puzzler. Why is he so great?

- He is a very good, in fact great, poet. I'll try to translate a piece by him and post here.
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Puzzler   
26 Dec 2008
History / Famous Russian Poles [225]

Now stop your tantrum because the world doesn't care for your "opinion"

- On what basis would you assert that I am in a tantrum? Prove it.

Hehe, your world is coming to an end, kraut; my world only begins.
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Puzzler   
26 Dec 2008
History / Famous Russian Poles [225]

Do you read that in Polish? I wonder if you have his poetry translated into Polish?

- At present I read Pushkin in an English translation, but have also a Polish translation of 'Pikovaya dama' and 'Kapitanskaya dotshka.' As far as I know, all of Pushkin's poetry and prose has been translated into Polish. Especially notable are Julian Tuwim's masterly translations. Tuwim is a great Polish poet.
Puzzler   
26 Dec 2008
History / Famous Russian Poles [225]

Well...you ARE a crazy Polak

- Well, my opinion seems to matter a lot for example to you, stupid kraut, considering your lame attempts to talk back to me. As for me, I am right now having fun in teasing you and laughing at your broken-English replies, but when my good mood passes I shall ignore you.

Is it you who scribbled this abhorrent bragging entry on German 'kulthur' in 'Wiki'? It's in your style, and in 'Wiki' absolutely every single one can post entries, even such a deranged hunnish animal as you.

By the way, actually, at present few in the world know who Shcllire and Geohte are, and this trend shall get stronger and stronger, it seems. And soon you're going to have to add to your self-praising entry in 'Wiki' also scores of Turkish names. Watch the right Turkish spelling. :)

From what 'neighbor countries' do we allegedly steal 'some names'? What names are those? As for stealing and robbing, probably few in the world compare with the krauts.

:)
Puzzler   
26 Dec 2008
History / Famous Russian Poles [225]

* Frank Beyer, film director [etc., etc.]

- What a list of mediocrities and bores. I tried to read some of them long ago (only because I'm curious about any literature), but gave up. By the way, I don't like Brecht either. His best stuff, The Threepenny Opera, is a plagiarism of an English author, and in the play by Brecht (there's also his -bad - novel) the best are the songs, I mean the music, by the Jewish composer Weil. :) No, I don't really know anyone who can honestly say: 'I love German literature.' Not even one such a person, hehehehe. Everyone says: 'It's so grim, boring, with no sense of humor.' But the Germans are educated to believe strongly that Goethe and Schiller are the greatest poets of all, admired throughout the world. Sorry, I prefer for example, Shakespeare, Pasternak and our Polish Wojaczek.

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Puzzler   
26 Dec 2008
History / Famous Russian Poles [225]

- The great British historian Norman Davies mentions Dostoyevsky's Polish origin in his book 'God's Playground. A History of Poland' (a Polish translation of the book is titled: 'Boze igrzysko'). I think he mentions in the book also Lermontov's Polish extraction. By the name, 'Dostojewski' is a surname found often enough in Poland. It's not typically Russian, is it? Hehe, if I remember it right, one of the communist officials in Poland had the surname.

Sasha, no offence, but I think I'll keep clear of Dostoyevsky for a while longer. I still read Pushkin's prose, Lermontov's 'Hero...', Gorky, Bulgakov, Gogol (oh, he, Gogol, was of Polish origin too, his Polish surname was 'Jankowski' or 'Janowski'). Boris Pasternak is my beloved poet. Best wishes.

PS. Osip Mandelshtam was born in Warszawa.
Puzzler   
26 Dec 2008
History / Famous Russian Poles [225]

Well...he was a crazy guy....must have been his "polishness" in him.
I wonder though if he spoke one word polish or which "great" Poles educated and inspired him...I know of no one, do you?

Curios, brilliant minds like Dostoyevsky an Checkov knew you and didn't like you (becoming polonophobes after your own words) and a Friedrich Nietsche has no idea at all and seems to like you...LOL

- What an ignorant, slow-witted nazi nincompoop. - Nietzche had syphilis which, as I understand, he contracted in Germany, from a German woman or man. (By the way, does the German government still encourage unemployed German women to work as prostitutes?) So according to you, Nietzche spoke some Polish, or not? You seem to suggest he didn't. Prove. Do you allege 'a Friedrich Nietzche has no idea at all' (sic) what the Poles are like? Prove. Well, if such an inquisitive mind as 'a Nietzche' took pride in his being Polish, this seems to mean he knew what he was talking of. Dostoyevsky was a Russian chauvinist who disliked not only Poles, but also, among others, the Germans. You don't seem to know that, cretin. Hence, considering the fact you're a German chauvinist, perhaps if you knew what Dostoyevsky scribbled about your ilk you wouldn't call him 'brilliant.' :) So you say Dostoyevsky and Chekhov knew something about us Poles and because of that they rightly hated us? Are you able to tell what they allegedly knew? Please, divulge this mysterious knowledge to me. So you suggest that because no Poles educated Nietzche we Poles should be blamed for that? Why? Why on earth it is Poles, not Germans, who should have educated Nietzche, who was German, lived in Germany and spoke German? So you brag that it was exclusively 'great' Germans who educated Nietzche? Well, they must have given him a great education if he hated Germans so much. :)

Missed the stink you are farting Pussy! Where were you so long???

- Wow, you're acting really confident in this Polish forum. One could think you're the host here. Get lost, racist trash.
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PS. The very sole representative of German culture I care to appreciate is composer Bach (who, by the way, didn't seem to hate Poles; he wrote a few great polonaises). But if you, nazi creep, keep on insulting my country, its culture, etc., I'll grab all the Bach cds I've got (I've got them all), urinate on them, throw them into the trash bin and never-ever listen to Bach again. So if you really love your native culture so much, think twice before you start slamming Poles again.
Puzzler   
26 Dec 2008
History / Famous Russian Poles [225]

As we all know from the Kopernikus discussion everybody stemming from what is now Poland (even centuries back) HAS TO BE POLISH! :)

- Well, Kopernik was born in Poland, one of his parents was Polish (the other, true, was of your bunch), and he fought against your wonderful nation, so we have a point in regarding him as a Pole. I don't mind if you regard him as one of yours - but mind that he didn't seem to like the Germans too much. :) Who allegedly thinks that "everybody stemming from what is now Poland (even centuries back) HAS TO BE POLISH"? It seems it's you, nazi creep, who are trying to ascribe this statement to us. Hehe, your greatest philosopher, Friedrich Nietzche, considered himself Polish (of the noble Nickis family) and had an extremely negative opinion of the Germans. Would you give us your kind permission to regard him as a Pole, or not? How does it taste to regard such a virulent Germanophobe as Nietzche as German?

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Puzzler   
26 Dec 2008
History / Famous Russian Poles [225]

Another famous Russian of Polish origin is the novelist Fyodor Dostoyevsky. He was also a venomous Polonophobe - negative remarks about the Poles and Poland can be found in quite a few of his books, e.g. Crime and Punishment, The Gambler, The Karamazov Brothers. That's why, after my initial great interest, I stopped reading him at all. Actually, today I value Lev (Leo) Tolstoy much higher than Dostoyevsky or Chekhov (the latter is another Polonophobe). Tolstoy was at first a bit Polonophobic but eventually changed his attitude into a friendly and compassionate one (see e.g. "Hadji Murat," Tolstoy's last work). Another famous Russian of Polish origin is the great Romantic poet and short story writer Mikhail Lermontov, author of the magnificent Hero of Our Time. His family, the Lermonts, were originally Poles of Scottish extraction (this is mentioned, if I remember it right, in Norman Davies's God's Playground. A History of Poland.) Cheers, guys.

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Puzzler   
19 Jan 2008
Life / Poles are not racist [776]

Adroit? Vilify? Using our polish to English dictionary now are we...hehe.

- What do you mean by that? What's wrong with the words in question? Why would you assert I'm using a 'polish to English' (sic) dictionary?

it is puzzling indeed that you think you can demand answers from someone in such a tone.

- What do you mean by that? Do you mean you won't answer because my 'tone' is allegedly not right? Why would it be not right?

Excuses, excuses, and trying to divert attention from the fact of your being cornered by Puzzler. Therefore you attempt to put down Puzzler on (fallacous) grounds of his being an incompetent English speaker, right?

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Puzzler   
19 Jan 2008
Life / Poles are not racist [776]

Puzzler you are the kind of person that would slap an old lady on the head and then deny you did it....it is too comical to read your stuff

- Why would you assert so? Give any factual grounds that justify your assertion. Your rhetorical device is to mud-sling and vilify, isn't it?

As for yourself, you are an arrogant self-conceited Polonophobe and hypocrite, attacking the Poles in the guise of human rights champion. Nowadays lots of racists are adroit in using human rights jargon and cliches to carry out their racist practices. You're one of them.

You have to be what 14? 15yo? Ahaha...hehe...thanks for the laughs man. I needed it.

- Why would you assert I'm 14 or 15? And what would give you 'the laughs'?
Puzzler   
19 Jan 2008
Life / Poles are not racist [776]

Ahahaha...a spelling error creates such insight an meaning for you

- I wonder how you would feel if I habitually misspelled you own name? What is it - let me make fun of it.

that is how you see it..black and white

- What do you mean by that? What is this 'it' I allegedly see 'black and white'?

I simply want equality and decent treatment of all people regardless of race.

- And what specifically do you mean by this?

Something you clearly disagree with.

- Where do I disagree with this? Give proof.

you think you are better than others and don't want that "polluted"

- Prove I think so.

Using slander and blame-game to intimidate and bully, eh? Such falacious rhetoric isn't effectual withy me, pal.

How very 'welcoming and hospitable' of you...err...I mean

- We are welcoming towards decent well-behaved and humble guests, not towards arrogant, prejudiced, crazy creeps.
Puzzler   
19 Jan 2008
Life / Poles are not racist [776]

Grzegorsz

- His name is 'Grzegorz,' not as you spelled it. You must be not too bright to misspell like this, the more so, because you allegedly have been living in Poland, or is it just the well-known racist habit of misspelling and ridiculing Polish names?

So your solution is to keep Poland white? Cool...Hitler would have loved you.

- Why would Hitler loved him? And why should the solution to keep Poland White be better than your apparent solution to keep Poland Black? Do I demand Africa should be kept White? How dare you to tell us what we should be? We know who we are and don't wish any radical changes as to who we are. We have been invaded all too often by human crap that tried to change us into somebody else.
Puzzler   
16 Jan 2008
Life / Poles are not racist [776]

BTW, I think that gregorz is an different kind of racist. He is an educated young man and not your typical toothless white trash redneck, such us you could find them in Canada or US. That in my opinion makes the Polish racist way more sinister and dangerous then in the rest of the world.

- Actually, I doubt it if you could prove that your mega-overblown statement about Poles being the worst racists in the world is true. To begin with, it's a racist statement and you're a virulently racist Polonophobe of which evidence can be found in many of your posts, the one I'm commenting on included.

By the way, you seem not badly educated too...

So?

Later wave a rainbow flag

- Or the flag with the Star of David...?
Puzzler   
16 Jan 2008
Life / Polish mentality towards Pakistan [91]

Polish mentality towards Pakistan

- You mean the Polish attitude towards the Pakistanis? If so, then - it's not unfriendly. Also, as you've probably noticed, we don't know much about Pakistan and the Pakistani people.
Puzzler   
16 Jan 2008
Life / Poles are not racist [776]

Negros are racist.

- Some are, some aren't, just like we Poles are (and aren't). Actually, the Black people I've met in North America and Europe were mostly cool. One of the best was a big cop someplace in Canada with whom I used to sip coffee at Starbucks and chat. A very fine good-hearted man. There are Black fanatics, racists and fascists, and I personally dislike them just as I do any other fanatics, racists and fascists. I'd say that, on the average, Black people in UK are OK towards us Poles. But there are also cases of those who aren't.

But it is a few mindless morons sharing a brain cell together,and stems from the less educated Poles who blame everyone else for their problems and expect it on a plate, rather like the racist idiots in the UK who blame Polish people for all the problems

- Excellently put, mate.

... I wonder if, because of the pic of hanging Star of David, Dice - a Polonophobe from Canada - will start screaming now about 'Jewish pogroms' in Poland?

:)
Puzzler   
16 Jan 2008
Life / Poles are not racist [776]

am I racist, not really , sometimes, I have black friends, good friends

- The type of thinking often encountered in North America: I have 'black friends,' therefore I'm not racist.

Well, but you're racist towards e.g. the Poles....

Who cares, they don't really count, right?
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im actually naughty by nature

- :)))))))))

Bubby, thou art a gentle innocent lamb!!!!
Puzzler   
16 Jan 2008
Life / Poles are not racist [776]

am i prejudice against you

- No, I don't believe you're prejudiced against me, Puzzler, on national grounds. I also think you're only playing a hypocrite but are honest by nature.

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