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Szlachcic   
2 Sep 2012
News / 1.3% birth rate = Poland's slow death [221]

racism

Racism is EXACTLY what Poland needs to endorse in order to keep it pure, and by that I mean homogenous, which suits the country perfectly! :)
Szlachcic   
2 Sep 2012
News / 1.3% birth rate = Poland's slow death [221]

correction: they are having LOTS of kids.............in the UK. ;D

My younger cousin (lives in small town near Białystok) just got married at age 18, and is expecting his first child to be born in 2 months!! He is one of 7 boys!

I am very happy for him and his family!! :)
Szlachcic   
31 Aug 2012
History / Communist memorials in Poland [50]

Oh wow, Jew using a "Szlachcic" (nobleman) nick. How quaint.

I am no Jew.

My prababcia hails from a noble family of Wadwicz, from the Wilno region.

My father proudly has the herp displayed in his living room, and I have it tattooed on my chest.

thank you. :)
Szlachcic   
31 Aug 2012
History / Communist memorials in Poland [50]

Obviously Szlachcic doesn't have anybody in Family who had the "plesure" of living through Soviet Ocupation of Eastern Poland during 1939-41.

Both of my parents, as well as grandparents, had only positive things to say about it.

My mother especially loved learning Russian culture and language, and considered herself a Russian citizen second to being Polish.

As a small child, we travelled to and lived in Sankt Petersburg on and off in the 80s. :)

It's a real pity that Poles today don't learn Russian to the same extent as during RPL.

I'm sorry if your family didn't benefit from it.

Quite frankly, I could care less. :)
Szlachcic   
31 Aug 2012
Life / Poland needs more immigrants and their children - which nationalities are the best? [518]

Exactly.

An African man was shouting racial slurs on a Paris subway train, exclaiming how white people need to be gassed/killed. His video was posted on Youtube, and this man didn't have ANYTHING happen to him - not even a slap on the wrist! ... Now let me guess, this must be tolerated on account of us whites as having WHITE GUILT, right?? HA!!

Oh, but when the British white woman in the London tube decided to express his distaste for multiCULTuralism, she was criticized to the max., and put in prison!

This is all very, VERY wrong!!!

I just don't understand why the ethnic Europeans are allowing their governments to do this to their nations. The only ones I see, who are at least putting forth some effort, are the Russians.

Even many young Poles, although a small minority, are all for this multiculturalism shenanigans! Are they all blind, and cannot see how it has ravaged the western European countries?

Even on this forum, when an ethnic Pole, for example, expresses his/her God-honest opinion about something that non-Europeans would deem racist, it becomes filtered and/or deleted!
Szlachcic   
30 Aug 2012
Travel / Is Gdansk worth a visit in Poland? [33]

In my opinion, Gdańsk is the BEST city to visit in Poland!

The very stunning, ancient Amber capital of the world!
Szlachcic   
30 Aug 2012
History / Communist memorials in Poland [50]

Ah, those were the very good times!

A real shame the youth of today fall for all this negative propaganda about communism.
Szlachcic   
20 Aug 2012
UK, Ireland / Fertile Polish Women in the UK [87]

Even a Pole Himself has noticed this Phenomenon.

you don't understand how poor they live in Poland!!

this is very good for them to get these benefits and find work!

every month, more and more of my young cousins are moving to UK, not because they want to, but because they are desperate for work and considerably good pay!
Szlachcic   
16 Aug 2012
Love / How many Polish girls are married to foreigners? / How many Polish boys to foreign girls? [104]

Reading through this thread frightens me! I can't believe some of the things I've seeing on here.

I sincerely hope that majority of our people marry each other.

Ethnic Polish children are beautiful and a treasure to our country!

My heart aches upon seeing our women in marriage with a non-European, especially a non-white.

Sorry, but this is my opinion!

I am all for Slavic unity - if Poles don't want to marry each other, then head eastwards and find a different Slavic man/woman to share relationship with.

This is my dream for the future of Poland - to have multi-Slavic nation like before WWII, and not a nation like the UK, in which many cities are now barely recognizable as European!!
Szlachcic   
12 Aug 2012
Language / Have you ever heard 'destynacja'? [19]

I think that it is used by the same people whose everyday language is poor, intertwined with vulgarism and swearwords, In fact those who do not know proper Polish language.

bingo!
Szlachcic   
12 Aug 2012
Language / Have you ever heard 'destynacja'? [19]

and WHY NOT?!

they live in small villages, where culture and families are #1 priority.

I envy yet cherish them for this!
Szlachcic   
12 Aug 2012
Language / Ł -- English double-u or hard L sound? [30]

As long as I can understand someone,the pronunciation means little to me.

here's a very nice old song, in which you can hear the eastern-sounding £ :-)


Szlachcic   
12 Aug 2012
Language / Have you ever heard 'destynacja'? [19]

bastardising it

100%

Trying to be cute, trendy,

trend, I suppose.

although it sounds downright RIDICULOUS!!

I really really hate when they talk like that!!

none of my relatives do, thankfully, since most of them - even the young ones - never learned English. THANK GOD!

I also prefer to use words like podarunek, zamiast prezent. :-)
Szlachcic   
12 Aug 2012
Language / Ł -- English double-u or hard L sound? [30]

my mother pronounces letter £ just like the Russian Л, also she usually says 'yj' instead of just 'y' alone.

I love those sounds!!!
Szlachcic   
12 Aug 2012
Language / De-diacriticalisation of Polish? [9]

I agree. a, ć, ę, ń, ł, ó, ś, ź and ż is what makes a text recognisable as Polish.

exactly.

same goes for Slovak and Czech, with their accented long vowels, as oppose to Croatian/Slovenian, etc.

I can easily identify any written Slavic language, whether it be using latin or cyrillic alphabet... even languages like Kaszubski . :))
Szlachcic   
12 Aug 2012
Life / Why Do You Love Poland? [890]

3 words:

Bóg, Honor, Ojczyzna

S£AWA BOGOM I PRZODKOM!!
Szlachcic   
12 Aug 2012
News / THE ARMY OF POLAND - THE REALITY [265]

Why the hell doesn't Poland have mandatory conscription anymore?! What do they expect to do if there was a conflict? Use weekend warriors? Are there actual benefits to having a professional army?

I ponder this all the time.

the army was definitely much larger in PRL