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Dirk diggler   
21 Oct 2020
History / Poland rightwingers` bonds with PRL communist regime [191]

If Germany was in danger, would France come to help? Give me your rationale.

Well, judging by the recent demographic changes in Germanistan, all they need to do is have an imam declare jihad and they'll have all the help they'll need.

A much better strategy than the United Kaliphate's decision to spend millions to try to attract muslims into the military. I mean these people actually released an ad with a guy taking off his boots during an operation and the rest of the squad guarding him while he prays. ROFL!!! You can't make this stuff up. I didn't it make it past ROTC but I know if my drill instructor ever caught me without boots anywhere but in bed he'd probably need vocal chord surgery.

Here is the video in all it's unintentional hilarity - youtube.com/watch?v=OQ4OoPNY_YM
Dirk diggler   
21 Oct 2020
History / Poland rightwingers` bonds with PRL communist regime [191]

Because they are playing the 'holier than thou ' act.

That's because they are. Unlike PO and the left who's ranks are stuffed with PZPR card carrying commies, PiS and the right aren't trying to kiss up the EU and Merkel, they're not trying to institute the anal agenda all over Polish schools, they're not agreeing to take in turd world migrants, etc. They're the only ones that are fighting for a Polska dla Polakow and that's precisely why the majority of Polish voters vote for right wing parties.
Dirk diggler   
21 Oct 2020
History / Poland rightwingers` bonds with PRL communist regime [191]

The jews have sought to dominate Poland ever since Kazimierz Wielki let them in - the biggest mistake in Polish history - just read about the Boderheim plan, Mitteleuropa or even the works of great Polish patriots like the statesman and one of the architects of the Polish constitution Niemcewicz or the more modern books Judeopolonia and Judeopolonia II by Dr. Sczesniak.

Today it's no different. You talk about right wingers past affiliations with PZPR or PRL regime, but not a peep about PO or the left when the fact remains that there are exponentially more people on the left with prl and commie ties than on the right.
Dirk diggler   
21 Oct 2020
History / Poland rightwingers` bonds with PRL communist regime [191]

No, most Jews left in 1968.

Poland was liberated of Jewish control during WW2, a lot of the prominent ones left in the late 60's and 70's, much of the remaining ones changed their names to sound more Polish and today are allied with PO and the left. People like Jan Gross, Michnik,Kasman Zambrowski (aka Nassbaum), Jasienica (aka Beynar), and the hundreds of other Jews who now have Polish names. Funny how so few of them are patriots and how many of them are internationalists who want to institute the same globo-homo-run-by-Shlomo agenda. If they have power you better believe that Poland will cuck just like Germany and pay hundreds of millions to "holocaust" victims....

Michnik was a staunch anticommunist since 1968

Really? Is that why he's so opposed to lustration? Perhaps it could be because his own and his families' past crimes would be exposed more so than they already are.

A great man, Poland shall remember his noble deeds.

Polish patriots despise him - he undermines Poland at every turn. He is nothing more than a typical internationalist jew work against Poland, not for Poland or Polish people. He despises Polish culture, Polish society, Polish traditions and especially the Polish Roman Catholic chuch.
Dirk diggler   
20 Oct 2020
History / Poland rightwingers` bonds with PRL communist regime [191]

You didn't need to be in PZPR or some agent to travel to the west. Usually all it took was money, contacts, and/or leaving a family member behind. The authorities were generally okay with a single person traveling if their family remained behind. It was tougher when it was a young couple, unless of course you had a wad of dollars or knew the right people. Getting things done are not different today. We pretend the old commie ways are gone but really it's just a different, probably even more complex bureaucracy. Funny thing is if you go to just about any government office even abroad they still think it's 1980 - some of the old ladies have been working there since then.
Dirk diggler   
20 Oct 2020
History / Poland rightwingers` bonds with PRL communist regime [191]

Why no mention of jews' bonds with PRL communist regime and all the people they've thrown in jail and killed? Start with Michnik and his family...

For every one person in PiS or on the right that had some sort of affiliation with PZPR or the PRL regime you'll find 10 jews and those on the left.
Dirk diggler   
15 Oct 2020
USA, Canada / Poles Living in the Chicago Area [300]

Poles and Italians have worked together in Chicago since the days of Al Capone - and to today that continues in "the patch." Just recently a crew made up of Italians and Poles were busted after dressing like cops and ripping off cartel stash houses.
Dirk diggler   
15 Oct 2020
Travel / Pot in Poland for tourists [285]

@jon357

I like how they call it "kwiaty konopi" almost like taking the term "flower" from English, before they called it nugs and buds when I was in high school and college. The container is similar to when I bought recreational out west, around here though I haven't been to a dispensary bc their prices are a rip off imo. But in Poland I'd definitely get a script to avoid issues with PL cops

It will cost you at least twice that much $400 to $600 at a recreation dispensary.

Yeah it's almost the same exact thing here.
Dirk diggler   
15 Oct 2020
USA, Canada / My grievances with the American-Polonia [54]

@Poloniusz

I don't think I could've summarized it better

Let US Polonia stick to their despicable ways on American soil, not in Poland.

ROFL Poland is more conservative than even than a good chunk of the Polonia thanks to US influence. The worldview and ideologies of Poles in Poland and Poles abroad especially in the USA isn't too different. We are mostly Roman Catholic, conservative, and don't follow all the bullshit with lgbt, migrants, tranny bathrooms, etc.

why Polonia aren't doing more to heal political rifts in America and doing more for others

Because we don't really care... Polonia lives in urban areas that are run by dem politicians. They just want to make money, buy a nice house, run a small business and complain how much of their tax payers goes to funding black people and others.

Stats show about 70% of Polonia are for Trump, about 30% for Biden.

So the answer to "reducing divisions" for most Polonia involves re-electing Trump.
Dirk diggler   
14 Oct 2020
Travel / Pot in Poland for tourists [285]

How cheap is medical in PL? I can't believe it'd be cheaper than street. Here medical costs almost 2x street. $400-$500 an oz for primo bud?!?! gtfoh...

only thing worth buying from dispensary imo are carts and edibles if that's your thing since a lot of the carts sold on the street have vitamen e and other nasty cuts that can rly **** up ur lungs
Dirk diggler   
12 Oct 2020
USA, Canada / Poles Living in the Chicago Area [300]

They basically already are..Another Bloody Weekend In Chicago: 52 Shot, 14 Dead So Far

There's a lot more shootings up north now even in the old Polish areas. There's a big gang conflict going on now. That's why you have to be armed if you want to live in this city and survive.
Dirk diggler   
1 Oct 2020
USA, Canada / Obtaining Polish passport in the US? What do I need to do? [4]

@Kozman011

I'd recommend going to the Chicago consulate - that's probably closest to Columbus - about 5-6 hour drive. And yes, you'll need an appointment especially now with covid. When I renewed mine I gave them some documents, 2 passport photos, answered a few questions on a form, paid some money (i think it was like $100-$200) and got my passport about 2 months later.
Dirk diggler   
29 Sep 2020
News / Poland rejects international criticism over LGBT rights [28]

Heterosexuals don't mix semen with feces as their preferred method of sexual intercourse. Homos do. Even if you take the whole eschatological aspect out of it, it's flat out disgusting...

Regardless, the majority of Polish people don't want this crap in our society. If you believe in democracy and rule by the people then you wouldn't push expanding LGBT rights or even approving of them considering that most Polish people do not. No matter how you spin it, the majority of Polish people are against expanding LGBT marraige and adoption and the majority of Poles do not accept gay people. We're the most anti-gay country in the EU with no desire to change. Unless of course you're against democratic rule... which is quite common in neo-marxists pushing multiculti and the globo-homo-run-by-a-guy-named-Shlomo agenda. Well it's not going to happen in Poland. A cross hangs in parliament, the constitution says that marriage is a protected institution between man and woman, and most importantly the majority of Poles have no desire to expand lgbt rights to match those in the west.
Dirk diggler   
29 Sep 2020
News / Poland rejects international criticism over LGBT rights [28]

bwahahah you did it johnny...

just a matter of time before "oy vey the goyim know! shut it down!"

Moschbacher is just another crypto jew masquerading as a "Presbyterian" shabbos goy in the trump admin and is perpetually kissing jewish ass while working for israeli/jew interests - not American and certainly not Polish ones. Time and time again she's called for restitution to Poland's jew (unsurprisingly), offering more rights to lgbt people even though the majority of Poles are against it, and constantly inserting herself in Polish politics.

She is an agent of Israel and needs to go now!!! If Trump wants to keep good relations with Poles and the Polish government he needs to get rid of this jewish agent provocateurs. Although since Trump loves kissing jewish ass so much, even though he can't comprehend that not only do they use him they don't like him one bit, I doubt it'll happen.

None of this is to say that homosexuals should be denied respect and dignity as persons, they are human beings...therefore are equally deserving of dignity

No they're not. They go against everything that Poland and Polish society stands for - which is why the majority of Poles not only doesn't want to give them more rights in terms of adoption and marriage, they flat out don't like them and don't accept them. If they don't like the laws and the way majority of Poles view them they can always leave. Otherwise they need to stfu

And speaking of "God's image" the Bible clearly states that homosexuality is a sin

No one likes them which is why no one cares (aside from the internarnational organizatios, leftists, and jews sponsoring them) when they get beaten to a bloody pulp everytime they try to host a pride march.
Dirk diggler   
21 Sep 2020
News / E.U. Denounces Poland's Authority on LBGTQ Free Zones [150]

Hmmm, my workmates don`t. And I think they are Polish. Is there sth wrong with them? hahahaha

Clearly your workmates are too preoccupied with their unions kissing PiS' feet hoping get another $100 out of them to think about other countries. Oh please Chairman Kaczynski - give us that raise... we only make 3k zloty a month... just $100 more... pleeeeaaseee... we beg you!!!

Every real, patriotic Pole knows the countless sayings, quips, etc. that have been passed down generations about the Germans, Russians, Jews, etc. And every true patriotic Pole who doesn't want his country to be a giant kebab stand filled with ninja chicks has seen France, Germany, UK, go through it and doesn't want the same in Poland.

Similar to immigrants who hate immigration.

There's a big difference between someone coming to a country, learning the language, getting a higher education, and tens of thousands in taxes every year versus someone coming in who doesn't want to assimilate, doesn't pay any taxes, and leeches off the society their whole life and teaches their brood to do the same. The latter is precisely why Poland refused to let the EU send in hordes of kebab and ninja - they knew they'd be utterly useless in Polish society and would result in a net loss economically.

Second, I'm not a "homophobe." I'm not scared of gay people, LGBT, etc. I simply despise it because it goes against Polish Roman Catholic tradition and culture and is harmful to any society not mention goes against natural biology.

There is no debating the fact that suicides, promiscuity, STDs - especially HIV/AIDS which is almost exclusive to gay men in the west - all things that LGBT people are far more subject to are detrimental to society. Not to mention the fact that several studies have proven children from LGBT households have far more learning disabilities and other issues. Therefore, like another terrible ill in society it would be best to simply eradicate it.
Dirk diggler   
21 Sep 2020
News / E.U. Denounces Poland's Authority on LBGTQ Free Zones [150]

Only the buraki and słoiki, city Poles are apparently fine with it..

Bullshit. The majority of Poles are clearly against gay marraige, gay adoption, and even the majority would not accept a gay teacher, priest, boss, or even neighbor. No amount of propoganda is going to change that. Various polls have proven that time and time again. The majority of Poles are clearly against LGBT no matter how much the leftists and the Jews want to promote it. Good luck changing the Polish constitution and the minds of tens of millions of people - the majority of the population.

on the map notice that Wroclaw rejected being an LGBT free zone

And 1/3 of Poland did, with the remaining majority still not support LGBT rights.

Poles are the most anti-LGBT people in the EU and we are freakin' proud of it. This is a Christian country - go take your degeneracy elsewhere. Tu jest Polska, nie Bruksela - tu sie pedalowania NIE POPIERA!!!

Dirk, how often do you imagine such scenes? Is it daydreaming? hahaha

People often don't realize what supporting LGBT means. Once they're offered an image - like an otherwise healthly male castrating himself or the mixing of sperm and feces in a man's anus, or corelating LGBT to pedophilia (since all male pedos that are into boys are by default homos and therefore a large percentage of homos are pedos) it's no so pretty anymore. Certainly not as nice of an image as a rainbow.
Dirk diggler   
21 Sep 2020
News / E.U. Denounces Poland's Authority on LBGTQ Free Zones [150]

Right, because true democracy and being pro-EU means advocating for men who wish to ejaculate into each others' anuses and mix their sperm mixes with another man's feces. And naturally people like the majority of Poles who oppose such things are evil.
Dirk diggler   
18 Sep 2020
News / E.U. Denounces Poland's Authority on LBGTQ Free Zones [150]

Do you think this will cause Poland to give the E.U. the finger again ?

Of course. Poland doesn't give a ****. We're the most anti-gay country in the EU and proud of it. They're not going to force us to change that. It's even in our constitution.
Dirk diggler   
17 Sep 2020
News / Years of Poland in the EU - assessment of pros and cons [1146]

When you say 1990's that clearly means a decade...

Ukraine is the same today as it was in the 90's. It's an East European post-commie **** hole that never managed to get out of a rut and properly develop. Today the only worthwhile things in the Ukraine are the defense industry (and even that isn't what it use to be), fees for gas/oil transport, cheap hookers, and counterfeit cigarettes. No wonder half the country wants to join with Russia.
Dirk diggler   
17 Sep 2020
News / Years of Poland in the EU - assessment of pros and cons [1146]

:Poland was a very poor country in 1990s, even poorer than Ukraine and Belarus.

Which is patently untrue by both measure of GDP, PPP, and average wages throughout the whole decade.

Poland`s PPP GDP was lower than Ukraine`s for 4 years: 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993. Can you see it?

Of course I can see it. PPP doesn't mean much unless it's in context. It's just a measure of what the average person can afford to buy locally within their country with their average salary versus the domestic cost of basket goods prices on the international market usually pegged to the US basket and US dollar. Even if you make a 30% higher salary than your neighbor but everything is 2x as expensive you're going to have a lower PPP than your neighbor. That's why Switzerland's PPP isn't all that impressive despite having the highest wages in Europe - everything is expensive as hell there. Poland, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Romania, Russia and many more have very similar PPP per capita - yet hardly anyone would say that those countries are economically equal when Poland has a far higher GDP and far higher average wages than all of them, but a lower GDP than Russia. Same thing with Russia - Russia's PPP is similar to the other countries, yet the wages are far lower but PPP is high because goods are cheap and also Russia is far richer than those by GDP
Dirk diggler   
17 Sep 2020
Life / How are electric cars doing in Poland? [413]

Mercedes has had hybrid tech for a while on S-class, E-class and a few other models. They're also making smaller engines and turbo/twin turbo charging them. Less and less V8 and V12's in their line-ups = (

Konin

Really boring town, my grandma lived there for a bit.
Dirk diggler   
17 Sep 2020
Work / Can I find a non-corporate job in Poland? [34]

If you're like me and are lazy, don't like to work but still want to make good money and get paid to travel just sell **** over the phone. I make anywhere from 2 to 30% on the deals I close - business financing, cars, capital equipment, construction jobs, consulting... whatever I know a little bit about. There's tons of businesses all around the world that will agree to have you work as an affiliate or consultant or rep or whatever and pay you good money to close deals for them and handle leads.

And vets only make good money in Poland if they own their own clinic, otherwise they're not making ****.
Dirk diggler   
16 Sep 2020
News / Years of Poland in the EU - assessment of pros and cons [1146]

. You have to remember one thing - Poles who have spent all their lives in Poland know a lot about their country. hahahaha

And you have to remember this - that chart you posted is the country's purchasing power parity, not gross wages in each country nor the real/nominal GDP of the country. The PPP of the average Pole is over $31,000 yet the average income is less then half that. However, due to the cost of goods the average Pole can buy what would cost $31,000 worth of stuff due to basket goods being cheap in Poland. It basically means that a Pole making $13k a year can buy $31k worth of stuff in the country, or would be equal to an American making $31k a year and being able to buy $31k stuff as generally the USA is considered the "benchmark" in most basket indexes like the Big Mac Index. Yet Greece has a PPP of $29,000, but real wages are closer to $17,000 - even though they make more money than the average Pole they can't buy as many basket goods because they're more expensive in Greece. A higher PPP doesn't that the average Pole is necessarily richer than the average Greek - their purchasing power is similar but the Greek makes far more money, hence the Greek is actually "richer" in terms of income. Same thing with Ukraine and Poland. The GDP by PPP of Ukraine would be higher because basket goods were and remain way cheaper than in Poland. So even though the average gross wages in Ukraine were slightly lower than Poland, Ukraine's PPP was higher for a few years because goods are so cheap there. Poland quickly beat Ukraine's PPP because wages rose quicker than in Ukraine and hence Poles could buy more basket goods thereby growing PPP rapidly.

Furthermore, Poland had a FAR HIGHER GDP than Ukraine every year except 1990. Ukraine's GDP was higher than Poland's in 1990 and by 1991 Poland was higher and every year after that. And as far as Belarus, Poland's GDP was 3x higher from the get go in 1990. So now, Poland was not poorer than Ukraine and Belarus in the 90's.
Dirk diggler   
16 Sep 2020
Food / What Polish foods and brands do you miss when you go to other countries? [216]

I miss kotlet schabowy, bigos, kielbasa and the various Polish candies often with a boy's name like Adamek. The kotlet, bigos, kielbasa, etc. can all be found in the major cities where there's Polish people - NYC, Chicago, Newark, etc., but the taste just isnt' the same as in Poland. Especially the kotlety - they're usually beaten to be super flat with some breading added. Here they don't beat them down as much so they're thicker - kind of like a burger and they use way more breading that necessary.
Dirk diggler   
15 Sep 2020
News / Years of Poland in the EU - assessment of pros and cons [1146]

So what? Poland was a very poor country in 1990s, even poorer than Ukraine and Belarus.

ROFL!!!! Poland was definitely not poorer in the 90s than Ukraine and Belarus. Poland has always been wealthier than those countries and other post-Soviet countries like Romania, Bulgaria, etc. Check states on average wages in the 90s - Poland was higher than all those countries.
Dirk diggler   
15 Sep 2020
Life / Sobering-up station in Poland [13]

It's the same drunk tank as they have in countries all around the world. It's a small jail cell you sit in either by yourself (more common if no charges) or in the bull pen with other arrestees (more common if you're being charged). If you're drunk/high and disorderly, causing a scene, etc. they're going to take you down to the station till you sober up. If its drugs and a bad reaction (common due to the synthetic cannabis, bath salts, etc. they sell all over Poland) they'll send you to the hospital. If the cops take you to the drunk tank/hospital and you're let out without any tickets or charges you should consider yourself lucky.

Main difference is that the cops don't beat people like they use to. Pre-1990s if you went to the drunk tank the cops would beat the soles of your feet with batons and make you walk home.