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Posts by NoToForeigners  

Joined: 19 Oct 2016 / Male ♂
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Last Post: 3 Jun 2020
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Posts: 1,032
From: Zielona Góra, Lubuskie
Speaks Polish?: Of course
Interests: Making libtard and muslim foreigners stay away from my home.

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NoToForeigners   
3 Jan 2017
News / Polish Wigilia on UNESCO's world heritage list? [30]

what you describe as restaurant hopping pre Xmas or on Xmas day is the exception rather than the rule

Examples please. I know from first hand that Brits spend our Wigilia in McDonald's. Shops are normally open. They don't share opłatek etc. Them spending evening on 23 December at home sharing food is rather exception.
NoToForeigners   
3 Jan 2017
News / Ethnic tensions erupt in Ełk, Poland [180]

You probably believe that all places selling pizzas are staffed by Italians?

He doesn't. It was just his response to someone saying that kebabs somehow enriches culture.

So what is your point? That Muslims kill other Muslims?

No. Muslims kill Christians. In Ełk and in Istanbul.
NoToForeigners   
2 Jan 2017
News / Ethnic tensions erupt in Ełk, Poland [180]

@After2020
Like we Poles care about the history of a fking Kebab lol It comes from a muslim country and that's it. Or is Turkey not Muslim and the frequent bombings in Istanbul are Christians job?
NoToForeigners   
2 Jan 2017
News / Ethnic tensions erupt in Ełk, Poland [180]

wiadomosci.wp.pl/kat,1342,title,Algierczyk-z-zarzutem-zabojstwa-21-latka-Co-wiemy-o-tragedii-w-Elku,wid,18660918,martykul.html

To some (RubasznyRumcajs) stealing 2 half-litre bottles of Coca-Cola is worth killing the thief lol
NoToForeigners   
2 Jan 2017
News / Ethnic tensions erupt in Ełk, Poland [180]

Wirtualna Polska writes that Daniel and his mate entered Prince Kebab. Daniel grabbed 2 bottles of Coca-Cola. Both an employee and the kebab owner chased him, got him and stabbed him to death. Daniel's mate was inside all the time and fired a firecracker after the owner and the employee got back into the Kebab.

To me it's a first degree murder and both should face life sentences. Both should be deported and die in Tunisia and Algeria prisons.

I expect nothing less than that.
NoToForeigners   
2 Jan 2017
News / Ethnic tensions erupt in Ełk, Poland [180]

Much of western europe seems to have lost the most basic of survival instincts

This is sad and funny at the same time. I laugh at UK, Germany, France and whole Scandinavia for how dumb they are yet I am sad because after they lose they countries (sooner than later) we and other Central / Eastern European countries will be left overwhelmed by the savage.
NoToForeigners   
2 Jan 2017
News / Ethnic tensions erupt in Ełk, Poland [180]

@Wulkan
Yeah. Few years ago I started to chase a guy and I completely forgot about that ak 47 I had in my hands. Tried to pick in nose in the meantime with my index finger accidentally pulling the trigger lolololo.

I'll just add that original Rumcajs isn't even Polish. Hehe
NoToForeigners   
2 Jan 2017
News / Ethnic tensions erupt in Ełk, Poland [180]

Not really, he is saying that if a crime is committed by a foreigner it's naturally get more attention than the same crime committed by a local.

Exactly.
NoToForeigners   
2 Jan 2017
News / Ethnic tensions erupt in Ełk, Poland [180]

So in essence what you are saying is that only Poles are allowed to commit crime in Poland?

No. I said why there was a crowd there. No crime is allowed in Poland.
NoToForeigners   
2 Jan 2017
News / Ethnic tensions erupt in Ełk, Poland [180]

apart from the fact that people do not trust authorities to sort those issues out that something else is on the menu.

More and more people trust the police mostly thanks to what police achieved under Pis rule. Spectacular arrests, Minister of Justice taking action personally. Crimes lower in numbers. Even 18 old cases are being solved.

We are very sensitive to foreigners committing crimes on our soil. That's our trait and that's the thing a foreigner can't know and understand.

How many years people have been fed terrorist stories?

LOL. We aren't fed with those. We are witnessing those in many many countries where muslim minorities are relevant and we are connecting number of terrorist attacks with the amount of Muslims present in a country.

We can clearly see that fewer Muslims = fewer problems.

Its simple logic yet leftists call us racists because us using common sense is against their agendas.
NoToForeigners   
2 Jan 2017
News / Ethnic tensions erupt in Ełk, Poland [180]

@dolnoslask
Of course it's a murder. 2 of them are charged. Polish police doesn't charge with out significant proof therefore I imagine one was stabbing him while the other holding him in place.
NoToForeigners   
2 Jan 2017
News / Ethnic tensions erupt in Ełk, Poland [180]

@RubasznyRumcajs
If you believe that Polish worker would stab someone inside that Kebab instead of simply calling police then you're out of your mind or haven't been to Poland for a long time.

Daniel deserved to get punched in the face and police intervention. Not death.

That Muslim scum forgot its not Middle East and killing someone in broad light won't be justified.
NoToForeigners   
2 Jan 2017
News / Ethnic tensions erupt in Ełk, Poland [180]

A little update about prosecutors work in progress.

Another person has been charged with murder of Daniel. It's a citizen of Algeria. So both Tunisian and Algerian are charged.
NoToForeigners   
2 Jan 2017
News / Ethnic tensions erupt in Ełk, Poland [180]

Daniel was murdered. The crowd acted irrationally and wrong but I am glad they did. This will make muslim scum to think twice before coming to my country.

All in all I prefer to be called racist if that's the price for keeping murdering savages out.
NoToForeigners   
1 Jan 2017
Law / Weapons laws in Poland. Carrying a concealed handgun? [916]

Trucks don't kill people, people kill people

Trucks purpose isn't to kill living things. Gun's purpose is just that. Trucks aren't weapons (although they can be abused as them in specific situations). Guns are weapons.

Another thing guns are used for is sport competition like in the Olympics.

Those are low caliber carabines with specific to sport designs. Those are not Smith and Wessons, m16's nor ak47's.

PS. I'm as far right winged as you are away from Poland.
NoToForeigners   
1 Jan 2017
Law / Weapons laws in Poland. Carrying a concealed handgun? [916]

Really ? I can think of a least a half dozen...

That's a lot of bs, Johnny.

Guns are designed as a weapon to kill things. That's it. The fact that some are collecting those doesn't change that. When the gun is designed as a collectible its usually doesn't even shoot. Besides "self defense", "killing animals for food" and "for predator control" is exactly killing living things.

Now please tell me how trucks are designed to kill living things and using them to transport goods is just an extra. Or maybe they were designed especially to make Anti - Truckers go mad?
NoToForeigners   
1 Jan 2017
Language / Terms of endearment in Polish [188]

@Bigred72
Think its "niech się dzieje" or full sentence "niech się dzieje co chce".

You could translate it into "whatever has to happen, let it happen"
NoToForeigners   
1 Jan 2017
Language / I was born in Poland and I cannot pronounce 'CZ' [35]

@DominicB
I just love to use archaic or simply rare words in everyday Polish. Words like "fintifluszka" or "stolec" (as a word for chair) are simply hilarious :) I tend to do the same in English.

I know I'm weird :)
NoToForeigners   
1 Jan 2017
Language / Spelling of a Polish name? [38]

@kelvin 101
He's just a Canadian with some accent skills :)
NoToForeigners   
1 Jan 2017
Language / Spelling of a Polish name? [38]

It sounds like "Woldow". It's definitely not Polish name nor surname so most likely producers didn't do their homework. Sounds like Russian surname. In fact that actor doesn't even look Polish to me.
NoToForeigners   
1 Jan 2017
Language / Spelling of a Polish name? [38]

Would gladly help but the video isn't working on Android devices nor playstation :)
NoToForeigners   
1 Jan 2017
Language / I was born in Poland and I cannot pronounce 'CZ' [35]

Slight offtopic

oughtn't pose

I thought "oughtn't" requires infinitive "to" to be used correctly since if you break it down it is "ought not to". So your sentence in next to last of your posts should look like this:

Nasals, for French speakers, oughtn't to pose too much of a problem.

Or am I mistaken?

Thanks
NoToForeigners   
1 Jan 2017
Language / Short Polish<->English translations [929]

@rusty75
Droga Gosiu,
Miłości mojego życia,
Jesteś moją drugą połową,
Kocham cię od momentu naszego spotkania.

Moje szczęście zaczęło się gdy pocałowałaś mnie w policzek,
Od tego dnia chciałem zadać tobie to oto pytanie,
Czy wyjdziesz za mnie? (although I'd ask "Zostaniesz moją żoną?" which means "will you become my wife?"

I wish you the answer will be positive :)
NoToForeigners   
30 Dec 2016
Life / Would love to move to Poland [13]

We do not accept

You don't live in Poland yourself yet you try to decide who can and cannot live there?
NoToForeigners   
29 Dec 2016
Language / I was born in Poland and I cannot pronounce 'CZ' [35]

@DominicB
Well. There's your experience and there's mine hehe.

Anyway. Those things regardless of how annoying to you may be are just nuances. It's a level on par with English speakers trying to ask me about Katarzyna's whereabouts by saying "Where's Kasza?":). It's just a question of practice. Nothing more.

Vast majority of Poles using English on daily basis (Poles abroad) are self taught (like myself), never had a proper lesson and a tutor. Most of them have never seen an English dictionary yet after a year or so in the UK they are able to talk with natives about their work and even meet with then in a pub after the work to have a relaxing chat (ignoring nuances). Now imagine a generally lowly educated British "Bob the construction worker" coming to Poland and after one year going to "knajpa" and having a chat in Polish with the natives there. I can't see that happen.

Now IMHO there are two major reasons to that.

1. Poles are used to barriers in languages since they were fighting to beat the extremely complex Polish grammar from day one of their lives,

2. English (up to pretty high level) is EASY (yes I said it) therefore they don't really need to learn it properly (just being submerged in it daily is enough) and are basically unaware of the subtle nuances you mentioned above (since they were never taught about those).
NoToForeigners   
29 Dec 2016
Language / I was born in Poland and I cannot pronounce 'CZ' [35]

@DominicB

There is many false stereotypes about Poles like the "th" sound being somewhat impossible to produce by them (where it is as easy as just putting tongue between teeth and mildly blowing) or to understand English cases and putting those in use.

Like I said. Those aspects are hard for primary school "absolwents" (lol) that often struggle with Polish itself. Lol