/ Poles are not racist
I am posting this everywhere now:
I am seriously depressed right now living in such a country
(I am posting this all over the web and hopefully someone can get these corrupt cops in Lodz or some administration to do something as this place is apparently known for this. I am also trying to get the world to see what is going on in Poland and just how backwards and racist of a country it is and should probably be kicked out of the EU as they do not want to accept immigrants to act with violence as the (example below shows with police involvement out encouragement. The incident involves this place called Casablanca in Lodz but I have seen similar behavior and attitudes all over Poland since having to go back here from the US four years ago and having to live here again.)
I was walking around Lady at night. I was walking to get a kebab or something to eat after a night of partying where I was mostly dancing at this other place called Lodz Kalisza on Piotrkowska street (can put specific info by request when or the time and dates involved) and noticed a commotion near this Aisha place which I previously heard is a racist place and functions as a drug den of sorts or a money laundering place (but again just what someone said could be just talking smack but seeing as how they act and were made for police being called and tried to get people not to film them which is a public right in any first world country I would not doubt it).
I saw this bald head bouncer who looked to be in his 40s say to these two people (a man and woman) **** Ukrainians go back to Ukraine **** your country in Polish and she was just asking him why she had to be manhandled and grabbed and thrown out? He just kept going on his racist and nationalist rants and the man tried to say something and he shoved hi as hard as he could to the floor.
I then called him a racist and nationalist and said I will call the police. The woman tried to film and at this point other people form inside this Casablanca restaurant or Sisha place tried to stop her including the main bouncer almost like grabbing the phone camera and I know to film is a public right. Again, the cops did to care about any of this or let me even explain to to them as they ere so quickly trying to get rid of me and it almost looked like they were cheering it on or laughing after the fact.
Basically I called them and they came very quickly surprisingly and I called them right after I saw the shove. So the, trying to suppress any filming occurred between the time I called them and the time they came.
Anyway, when they came they talked to the bouncer and he said something in Polish while smirking like "someone shoved someone then someone else got shoved I don't know I don't know and just laughed" and one of the cops even smiled back or laughed with him. I then tried to explain since I speak perfect Polish I am a witness and they asked 'you're the one who called us" like they ere angry about it and I said yea I saw the incident the guy got assaulted or shoved and the bouncer kept saying racist nationalist things to those people.
All that lady was doing is basically asking "pa come ty nasal traktujesz tak? My co zrobilismy" like you could tell the sadness in her voice what sort of garbage racist country this is that Joe Biden should move all troops out asap and remove all investment funding including the eu should kick it out. All he kept doing was acting violent and hurling racist and xenophobic insults at her and her nationality.
I can't believe the cops in Lodz are cool with this (hey showed up there and not a single reprimand arrest or anything was made and I am ssure there is some video footage or camera in one of the businesses on the streets that could confirm everything I am saying)
After a while the cop said to me so you are not with them or part of this? I said no but I am a witness and he said than get out of here in Polish and threatened that if I don't leave that he will have me arrested for something or taken to komenda. What pretext would he even have as I committed no crime? I just stood in the area and didn't listen as I knew I committed no crime and won't let this hatred and violence going on against immigrants in Poland just be. Plus I was their witness.
But after a while I noticed them leave e too so I left and talked to those people a bit and this is where I made a mistake. I never got their information or exchanged their information and was at this point so distraught and depressed how those police acted that I stopped caring and felt nothing could be done.
But now I realize maybe something could be done. At least I could write about it to the world and on the Internet like people on Twitter do in America to make social changes happen. Some guy was there and filmed part of it but I was not thinking to get his contact either or the footage.
I guess I am not good at these situations nor am I a social justice warrior like all those American liberal women on twitter are (I don't want to be I just want fair treatment for people not push some feminist crap like they do or some superior rights to others just equality) and I guess in Poland nobody stands up for these people and police encourage this hate or violence.
Either way this place is known for this as this guy who works at a kebab stand like 10 feet away to the right of it on Piotrkowska previously he told me and this is why I stopped actually to look and listen what was going on he previously told me of such an incident where mace was used on Ukrainian women or girls for no reason (or at the very least no reason he knew or told me about). So again it is this targeting of this ethnic group at this at least particular establishment showing a pattern.
But I think it would be easy to do an American social justice warrior like sting there like the American chick did at Starbucks to get them to change their policy of allowing black people to just loiter without ordering and no even homeless people to just come in and use the bathrooms there in all US Starbucks' establishments because this guy will blow up and say racist things and even attack at the slightest provocation or even probably someone just asking him what he thinks of immigrants or Ukrainians his racism and maybe even violence will come out.
It also is worth noting there is a big chance the police from their behavior I saw are in their pocket and there truly may be some drug operating going on there or money laundering like that one guy alluded to who works at the kebab stand.
The world should know what is going on. Even if no one does a twitter like that Starbucks incident episode exposing them at least some organizations like anti racist defamation leagues or even the Ukrainian embassy or other groups should know about this and how the police are. I did not get a chance to explain to them much as they shut me down right away outside of I saw this guy get shoved and he is saying nationalist racist things to them, should that by itself not be qualified as a hate crime or would be in any civilized country?
I guess the mistakes I did was to not film any of it and right away simply call cops not knowing that me being a witness or even possibly footage doesn't matter as their whole goal was to support this bouncer and behavior and racism or make their night easy and let everyone leave or go away. The other mistake was not to get their contacts or the guy who filmed a part of it who was also a bystander and Polish. The thing was not to stress the hate crime aspect to the cops rather than the shove aspect which is not really even a crime in Poland but a private charge someone has to make which I don't even know where one would make such a charge or if the police courts would take it seriously or act like those cops did.
I dont really do the twitter thing or have a following there but maybe someone else knows who to get in touch on twitter to expose them.