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Puzzler   
2 Oct 2007
Life / Poles are not racist [873]

adds credence to that formed opinion

- 'Murzynka's' 'opinions' are rubbish. I'm sure you can see that - you're an intelligent lady. This creature doesn't deserve beiing spoken to or about in a serious manner.
Puzzler   
2 Oct 2007
Life / Poles are not racist [873]

the lady in question from an obsessive cyber stalker.

- A 'cyber stalker'? What the devil is that?

To my understanding, it's a forum where any one has the right to comment freely; it's not some Stalinist dump with crazy censorship Idi Amin style. We went through such censorship under the Russian Communism (and German Nazism too).

Obviously, you're not fit intellectually to participate in free honest discussion here, if you threaten with your 'laws.'

Another 'English' of Murzynka's ilk?

Hence, as far as I'm concerned, get lost, creep.
:)

Puzz, I know LIR very well, we've become good friends away from the forum and what you've written above is not an accurate description of her at all.

- Daisy, sorry for hurting your feelings, but I must remain true to the principle of being honest and speaking the truth as I see it.

Besides, if what I wrote about LIR isn't true, then you have no reason to feel hurt.

Once again, I'm sorry, but I must speak the truth no matter what, to the very end. If you folks will want to kick me out for that, be it.
Puzzler   
1 Oct 2007
Life / Poles are not racist [873]

Because I have absolutely no idea.

- You have allowed yourself to be intmidated and bullied by that commiefascist and Polonophobic creature. You have even indignantly assured her your Polish parents weren't racist! How about her parents? Doesn't her conduct in this forum show she was brought up by racist parents?

And you fearfully denied any connectons with me, even though I'm Polish. Being timid, guilt-ridden without reason and respectful towards racists and fascists of Murzynka's ilk only empowers them.

HELLO - I AM ENGLISH !!

- It certainly shows in your modesty, moderation of conduct, fairness, rational thinking, truth-speaking and tolerance for others (notably the Poles) you have exhibited in this forum.

Well, if certain creatures are English, then those whom I have always considered as English must not be English.

No wonder scores of them leave England, making room for the real 'English.'
Puzzler   
1 Oct 2007
Life / Poles are not racist [873]

Well, the creature calling itself 'Murzynka' is a virulently racist-fascist Polonophobic bully and liar, as far as I'm concerned. Just look at what this creature has scribbled under the thread on the Negro type who infected Polish women with HIV. It's a disgrace to talk seriously and respectfully to a creature of this ilk.

yes, couldn't agree more. I have mixed baby... on my way home, on the aroplain full of polish ppl they stare at me and started 2 call me names like that b....ch, a h....re, jusyt becouse I hade mixed kid... but I had ppl who loved my babe too. and yes poles r racist, not all thou!

- Wow! What a poor victim you are! - Which 'aroplain' was that? Can you give the date of the flight and its number? Haven't you made up the whole alleged incident? Another psychotic liar?

Quoting: Kci
I'm with you on that. As we have laws against being discriminated against on the grounds of our color, race, religion or sexual orientation, i find it strange that the incident wasn't reported.

- Do the laws in question also punish for discrimination against nationality, e.g. against the Polish nationality? Can one 'report' a virulent racist Polonophobe like 'Murzynka'?

If not, aren't the laws in question - racist?

We went to a Polish restaurant next door to the Polish Centre in Hammersmith on Kings Street and they refused to serve us because he was with me. My brown skin was obviously not acceptable in there. I felt like a bla

- Did the incident really happen? - Considering what liar this creature is, I doubt it. And if they allegedly 'refused to serve,' was it really because of 'Murzynka's' 'brown skin,' or because of something else, e.g. the creature insulted them in a racist way?

Quoting: Murzynka
The people were backward peasants

- This expression certainly expresses a racist Polonophobic stereotype. Another proof of Murzynka's Polonophobia.

What kind of Pole is her boyfriend that he puts up with a creature like this? I wouldn't touch her with a ten-foot pole.

:)

I have nothing to do with Puzzler, I only know him from his posts on this forum

- Thank you. I've got nothing to do with cowards like you.
Puzzler   
1 Oct 2007
Off-Topic / Are Polish Christians here? [134]

Nobody in Poland is strict catholic because everybody in Poland steals so that is one of the Ten Commandmants out of the window for a start!

- And now the Orwellian yet non-British porkey pretending to be a-Polonophobic-English-patriot is playing an expert on stealing in Poland.

Apparently, the porkey assumes that since it comes from the Orwellian piggy tribe (that has grown fat from deception, theft, extortion, drug dealing, murder) then it will surely succeed in the forum members' taking it for an authority on vice, including stealing.

:)
Puzzler   
29 Sep 2007
Classifieds / Asian community in Poland [113]

Quoting: PAKISTANLOVE
love all you poles

- We love you too - as equals love equals.
:)
Puzzler   
27 Sep 2007
Classifieds / Asian community in Poland [113]

Hi,

Its great to hear opinions of indivudals like pawel and puzzler and finally stasiu... these are very backword ideologies that stem from nationalism and facism, the result of this thought was evident in the last century

- Please, give any quote from my posts as evidence of my alleged 'fascist' ideology.

Another Polonophobe and commiefascist from Michnik's loonie bin?
:)
Puzzler   
24 Sep 2007
Classifieds / Asian community in Poland [113]

Not sure what you mean Puzzler. Strange words to use 'attacking' and 'defending' :)

- Well, and who accused me of forcing Iskra to 'defend her heritage'?

The rest of your post is irrelevant replies to my relevant questions.
Puzzler   
24 Sep 2007
Classifieds / Asian community in Poland [113]

Hey, Red Lady.

Oops, you have made quite an attempt at attacking me, so I'll try to defend myself as well as I can.

re: That sounds like quite an old fashioned stereotype view in my book Puzzler.

- So? What is your point?

re: I'm not sure most people,I know, would agree with you

- So? What is your point here? Perhaps that I'm not telling the truth? If so, how would you prove it?

re: and I think it's a great combination having two totally different cultures that you can embrace

- Have I ever said it's not?

re: I really don't think it's fair to ask Iskra to keep defending her heritage.

- Have I ever asked Iskra to 'defend her heritage'? If yes, then where? Give the quote.

re: She's proud of it and rightly so and is Polish as well :)

- So? What is your point here, and how does it relate to my posts?
:)

re: But then so many Polish also have similar attitude "I am now in the UK, you are only in Poland - I am better than you" - this type of attitude.

- Really? I have never met any one like that. And I have done over hundred and fifty interviews with Poles working in Britain and Ireland. Also, I haven't found such attitude on Polish-language websites.

re: since my family in UK don't like living there and regret moving there

- And yes, I have encountered such an attitude quite frequently, especially due to the media psychopaths onslaught against the Poles and caused by it frequent negative perception of us in the UK. Many Poles are leaving UK now, and, I suspect, much more will be leaving in the near future. So that folks from places such as Africa can come to UK, which will satisfy the media psychopaths and those brainwashed by them. There won't be any complaints against them such as they are against the Poles. Way to go, UK.

re: I am Polish, more proud to be this than to be British, American, Australia or whatever

- You are my Polish (and Indian) sister. What else can I say?
:)
Puzzler   
23 Sep 2007
Classifieds / Asian community in Poland [113]

re: look what India has had to deal with britishers, and other invadors

- Hm, and now crowds of Indians come over to and live in Britain, among those naughty 'britishers' (sic).

And India is part of the Brit Commonwealth, and Indians are very proud and boastful of it, aren't they? Many of those I have met all had the attitude that may be expressed as: 'Who are you compared to me? You're only Polish, and I belong to the British Commonwealth!'

:)
Puzzler   
23 Sep 2007
Classifieds / Asian community in Poland [113]

re: I hope for you, that you may realize perhaps a bit of these "altered states"

- Can you tell who has and who hasn't had the realisation in question? How?

re: You cannot control the world, things will happen whether you like it or not

- I certainly don't have any desire to 'control the world;' perhaps it's you who have one and are projecting it on me? In spite of your professed lack of agression, your posts seem to reveal some of it lurking underneath. And contrary to what you assert, some things we have influence upon; we don't have to remain passive towards them (doesn't Patanjali, rajayoga say the same stuff?). One of them is certainly immigration. I don't want Poland to become a 'multiculti' mess, such as I've seen in e.g. US, Canada, and recently UK. And just as I don't think it right for Poles to go en masse to another country for permanent settlement, I don't think it right for others, especially non-Europeans, to do the same in respect to Poland.

re: By the way - Indians are not paranoid or hating of Christians

- I've never stated that all Indians are 'paranoid.' I've only said that there's paranoid hatred of Christians in India (there's no such thing in Poland, apart, perhaps, from commiefascists' traditional hatred of Christianity; nor there is any hatred in Poland against Hinduism or Islam).

re: Yes and also I met with the Polish racism too

- Well, if so, then wouldn't it be a good reason for some not to move over to Poland?

Iskra, I've read what I scribbled and it occurs to me my scribbling may appear pretty unfriendly. It wasn't my intention to be unfriendly towards Indians (or Asians in general). I should add to my post: I don't mind some Asian people moving over and living in Poland, but not huge crowds of them. I think that any honest and patriotic Asian person should agree with me on that. I've met quite a few people of Polish and Asian descent and I have only brotherly feelings for them (as long as they don't try to forcefully impose the non-Polish culture and values on me).
Puzzler   
22 Sep 2007
Classifieds / Asian community in Poland [113]

re: With so many people who are Polish leaving Poland for other countries, then we should appreciate that so many people from other countries move to Poland

- Hm, do many Poles move to India? And if Poles move to, say, UK, why on earth should they appreciate Indians and similar folks moving to Poland? I'd think the Poles should rather appreciate folks from countries the Poles move to.

Well, and so you and whomever else you mean by the term 'we,' may appreciate Indians and other Asians moving to Poland, but allow me and those like me (the majority of Poles) not to be enthusiastic about such immigration.

re and judgment on people of only phycial regard is probably termed racist

- I've met with Indian racism, including brutal beatings, frequently while living in Canada, where, just as in UK, there is an enormous Indian population.

I wonder if from the heights of your yoga altered states you are able to see (in India) the Indian paranoid hatred of Christians?
Puzzler   
22 Sep 2007
Classifieds / Asian community in Poland [113]

re: Just wondering is there an asian community in Poland

- There are scores of Vietnamese in Warszawa. Not guest workers; they're there to stay. I wish they didn't; I wish Poland were Poland, and Europe Europe.

Tornado, you've got on - wherever else? - the BBC TV a programme called 'Asian Nation' (meaning that Asiatics are a separate nation in the UK?).

I don't mind folks from Europe coming to Poland for work and even permanent settlement.

Well, perhaps I would be scared of Russians, because experience in other countries (e.g. the Baltics) shows that where they settle they start treating the country as part of Muscovy.

I don't mind folks from Asia coming as guest workers, but I mind if they wish to settle permanently.
Puzzler   
8 Aug 2007
Life / Do you think that Polish people are rude? [951]

Personally, I am always taken aback in Poland by the old and not so old ladies who seem to think that they have every heavenly right and privilege to sit on any seat they please on the bus or tram. They may get quite snotty and even insulting when a young person or just a non-elderly male passenger doesn't let them have the seat (comments such as: 'Nice manners! Is it your parents who have taught you them?' 'Complete lack of culture!' 'What kind of young people do we have?' 'Wow, what a great gentleman!')

Strangely enough, most of the young people let them have the seat humbly.

This phenomenon seems to be the relict of the communist era (in communism, according to the official propaganda, the elderly were among the groups specially cared for by the state).

Or perhaps it's also a symptom of something else?
Puzzler   
7 Aug 2007
Life / Do you think that Polish people are rude? [951]

Hey, osiolku. Thanks for your post. :)

Yes, if Britain sucks it's just a little bit. But overall she is the oasis of sanity - at least for me - in this mad world.

I also love Brits, both those polite and rude ones (even though loving the former seems a tinge easier than the latter ;).

As for the Poles, they are people like others.

But certainly the media psychopaths - and those in Britan aren't overall as bad as those in say North America or Germany - depict us as some kind of inferior human beings and villains.

I don't identify the media psychos with a given nation, nor even with a given nation's government.

The media psychos are a nation and government unto themselves.

Cheers. It was pleasure and relief to read your post.
:)

By the way, I also start loving Ireland and the Irish. I have just visited and got acquainted, and my experience is overwhelmingly positive.
Puzzler   
7 Aug 2007
Life / Do you think that Polish people are rude? [951]

I think Patrycja is right - trying a little kindness, such as friendly introducing oneself, etc., seems like a good idea. Some foreign people may appear unfriendly because they feel unsure whether their new milieu is welcoming and friendly. Right on the money, I'd say, Patrycja.
Puzzler   
6 Aug 2007
Life / Do you think that Polish people are rude? [951]

re: Just before he left the room, he leaned over and quietly said: "Look out! All Polish people are thieves!"

- There are folks from Poland who say negative things about Poland. There are people in any nation who say negative things about the nation they come from.

I have met some Britsh folks who told me that British folks are cons.

Does it mean they were right?

The Brtish tend not to say negative things about Britain to the foreigners. Does it mean that these things don't exist in Britain? Or does it just mean that the British care about their image?

Now there's a definite tendency in the so-called English-speaking world (US, etc.) to speak negatively about Poland and Poles.

Does this mean that all these good folks - including some on this board - are actually right when refer negatively to us?

re: Poles are not rude.Kurwa is a word for the gentleman

- Hm, then you've got to be a gentleman after all.

Wow, I didn't know that until now.

Do you suggest there are no vulgar words in other languages? How about your own language, pal?
Puzzler   
6 Aug 2007
Life / Do you think that Polish people are rude? [951]

re: they do, however, tend to have large noses and are terrible drivers, some of them are also pretty stupid... but thats obviously got nothing to do with nationality

- The above can be said about any nation.

Including your own.
Puzzler   
23 Jul 2007
UK, Ireland / Warning to British people visiting Poland!! Don't get drunk and smash the place up! [447]

re: any more stupid questions P... dang, youre starting to sound like lef...

- Well, Im afraid you - again - haven't proved your point.

Shouldnt you be able to back your assertons with evidence, and not with insults, such as 'stupid questions,' etc. ?

What does it mean I start sounding like lef? Is that good or bad? Why?
Puzzler   
23 Jul 2007
UK, Ireland / Warning to British people visiting Poland!! Don't get drunk and smash the place up! [447]

re: ok i understand your position, but please don't blame me for somebody taking my words and using them out of the context that they were meant.

- Have I misrepresented your words? If so, if you didnt really mean that Poland is full of imperialists, nazis, etc., then accept my apology, man.

Also, no, I don't single out the English, or anybody else, for that matter. I actually like and understand you guys, perhaps better than many others do.
Puzzler   
23 Jul 2007
UK, Ireland / Warning to British people visiting Poland!! Don't get drunk and smash the place up! [447]

re: puzzler i'm not really sure on your position on this issue are you agreeing with people like Lef and Ola or are you of a different opinion

- I definitely disagree with ola, and I am not sure if I share some of lef's assertons, but I defnitely refuse to agree with the asserton that Poland is full of imperialists, nazis and the like. for Gods sake guys. Especially you bubba, who have been living in the country for a while and ought to know better.

But you seem to speak from a minority (I don't mean here a national minority, but, say, cultural one ) perspective, don't you bubba?
Puzzler   
23 Jul 2007
UK, Ireland / Warning to British people visiting Poland!! Don't get drunk and smash the place up! [447]

Hmmm, szarlotka, Amethyst, and others arent you too hard on your own people? Some of the Poles also tend to be hard on other Poles. Yeah, one of the main reasons for the decline of European nations is the fact that members of the nations don't like each other, are harsh on each other.

I'd say that yes, scold some Brits who act outrageously abroad, but dont exaggerate about it.

Some time ago the Italian riot cops beat up in an utterly beastly manner the Manchester fans. It was extremely brutal and without any apparent reason. It seemed like an act of vendetta for the 1980s unfortunate occurence at one of the Euro stadiums. I would not say - as I heard some Brits say - that the Italian cops were right in this case.
Puzzler   
23 Jul 2007
UK, Ireland / Warning to British people visiting Poland!! Don't get drunk and smash the place up! [447]

re: this is a pretty accurate description of a lot of people in poland...

- Dear me, bubba. Really you have encountered 'a lot of people in poland'(sic) who are allegedly 'imperialists, nazi's, jealous, bitter and many other things due to the posts of a few lame excuses for people' (whatever it all means)?

Any real-world examples of those alleged Polish vices?

re: Yes shame on you puzzler, of course i was joking !! :-)

- Meow!!!
;(
Puzzler   
23 Jul 2007
UK, Ireland / Warning to British people visiting Poland!! Don't get drunk and smash the place up! [447]

re: Not really - just Brit humour

- Really?

Well, if Deco really was just kiddin' and I didnt get the joke, then disgrace on me.

As for the question of why some Brits act outrageously abroad, first of all, its because they become automatically more noticeable than others, due to the prevalent conviction in many countries that the Brits are the classiest best-mannered people in the world and therefore arent upposed to act ourageously. Others have permission to act outrageously abroad - steal, get into brawls, scream at the top volume in public places, etc., but not the Brits. The other factor, it seems, is indeed a suppresson of the British, especially English, national character in Britain, due to so-called multiculturalism (which boils down to the much recommended (by TV ads, etc.) in-breeding with the Thirld World, especially African folks and allowing their values, such as dependance on the state, to dominate in Britain). And the Brit elites, alas, dont seem to be in real touch with the real British people. Only creeps of the Daily Mail ilk or the British National Party, whose political agenda is actually also the aforementioned multiculturalism, pretend they are for the Brit people.

These seem to be, roughly, some of the main factors contributing to the phenomenon in question.