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Posts by Oathbreaker  

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Last Post: 11 Aug 2022
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Oathbreaker   
6 Aug 2022
Food / British food products in Poland? [334]

@pawian
I try to break my fast as late as possible during the day. Gotta burn that fat :)
Oathbreaker   
18 Feb 2022
History / Polish military uniforms - collar markings [74]

You need to check at a Russian history forum. We are not experts at tsarist Russian uniforms. :):):)

Polish history however - including Polish emigrants, exiles or Polonia is another matter which Russians rather won't help with. Or downright misinforms

@PawelGuzek
Do you know when he possibly acquired that uniform on the horse? He might have voulunteered to join General Haller as American Polonia during ww1 or right after to fight the Bolsheviks, the hat seem to be of Austrian style. But I can be mistaken (I would look up Polish uniforms used during 1918-1921 cause there was a variety depending on equipment aveliable and which former units from which former country he served in)

Could been U.S army in 1917, then Gen. Haller post 1918. Then Polish reborn army post 1920
Oathbreaker   
18 Feb 2022
News / How does Poland feel about influx of US troops? [60]

Americans were against joining you, idiots, in that "theatre" known as WW2.

Americans in general were against tangling in europe up until 1944 due to not wanting help euoropean elites with Imperial ambitions outside of europe (competition and ideological differences to say the least)

Up until then, the main enemy were Japan and to many Americans (to whom BB rightly points out had German ancestry) felt closeness to Germans and were ignorant about European affairs. Especially about German state policies, or somewhat agreed to it. Remembering how Germany was wrongfully demonised during World War I...

Which came as a shock to first American troops liberating concentration camps, one thing is to fight uncultural barbarians who behead prisoners. An other is to find out that those same soldiers you related to earlier were fighting for a demonic like regime, then fear of turning to something resembling it went to a different height.

I have a harder time imagining Americans starting a tradition of decapetating prisoners of war. No matter how many with a criminal background join their armed forces.

You on the other hand Novi have a hard time understanding that, cause you try to copycat what Americans generally don't want to be, or fear of becoming. Cause of history
Oathbreaker   
17 Feb 2022
News / Polish Lithuanian Diplomatic War? At last. [533]

@mafketis
Some type of people have the opinion that all Swiss should be talking German etc, everyone living in Lithuania, speaking Lithuanian etc.

If Cornwall started to exist as a country they would argue that every person in Cornwall should speak Cornwallian! :)

@Bobko_V
Tell an Englishmen that americans are men of culture and gentlemen :)

You could become an comedian! That's how incomprehensable you seem to be! I ain't interested in lying for sake of appearances of Russian or Lithuanian delusions!
Oathbreaker   
16 Feb 2022
History / Where did the power of Poland vanish to, since... let`s say, some 300 years ago? [180]

Grain trade becoming less wanted due to discovery of the American continent by Europe in that time period started to bear fruits for states like France, The Netherlands, Great Britain and Spain (in Spains case also it's addictive downfall).

Adding to it invasions, unrest and three growing autocratic states with very negative and hostile intentions out of fear for internal and financial problems.

The reactionary forces wanting an strong+independent Poland are now long gone thankfully.

But, new relations arose. Jünckers were exchanged for Volkists

While Boyars for "comrades"

After 1945 relations improved bit by bit, but historical nuances still remain cause of adhering to a continued legitimacy.
Oathbreaker   
16 Feb 2022
Life / Has feminism and lesbianism progressed in Poland? [645]

@pawian
Ask yourselves what are women's needs in a man (the most basic ones) and what are the odds of a man finding a spouse if over 60% of young men are poor/less educated/bad prospects. Such a huge gap of men are easily used for warfare as they consider their prospects as a soldier to be an upgrade or at least fight a bit before dying anyways without prospects.

Employers/partners, the situation leads to the same issue repeatedly.

By knowing that women look for a man that earns more then themselves, then decreasing artificially the amount of money earned for men. It creates a situation with a lesser amount of eliagble men for women overall in said society (a highly successful male will have a higher selection of women however if non-monogamous) while driving more men towards evil (toxic masculine behaviour)

In the past an locked group of families (hereditary elite positions) excluded the possibility of women to even dream of joining or competing about "top rank" men in society. Nowadays such a possibility is theoretically possible and on a global level due to global communications
Oathbreaker   
15 Feb 2022
Life / Has feminism and lesbianism progressed in Poland? [645]

Women already became considerable workforce

A might as well claim that increasing the financial minimal requirements wanted by women overall created (by an increased income) a disaproriate large amounts of single males who were ready for a second round (ww2). While also ignoring the need of the Germanic societies (especially French wants of revenge) during ww1 to claim an increased position among great powers.

Putting blame solely on a societies structure for it's masculinity is like blaming female dogs to prefer male authority
Oathbreaker   
10 Feb 2022
Off-Topic / Socialism in 21 century? [96]

History shows that democracy is by far the most efficient way of administration.

In combating a single family taking over everything, and open to change.

Most problematic side of autocracies is the comfort of positions, by having loyalty and who's side you are on as only/main reason for a job position it removes efficiency, quality and creates room for bribes+mismanagement.

By having a changing leadership, it forces an administration to be professional experts in their field and provide quality services to survive change of leadership (no matter which political side rules) due to competency
Oathbreaker   
9 Feb 2022
History / Kielce Pogrom - new findings by IPN [42]

I merely seemed to me that you were taking the other side.

That in itself I take as an grave insult, as I see it as an impossibility. What makes you think it's even possible?
Oathbreaker   
9 Feb 2022
History / Kielce Pogrom - new findings by IPN [42]

@Lyzko
Easily expendable? What you thinking I am some kind of Nazi-German? Soviet? Or some life hater? I am anti-abortion, anti-murder and pro-Israel. Just not for the secular one
Oathbreaker   
9 Feb 2022
Life / Has feminism and lesbianism progressed in Poland? [645]

@Paulina
Sounds more like he as in the "person" has issues.

I would have inquired as to when he started to drink and smoke, wether it had to do with lost love or not. I wouldn't ask those questions when he is near his wife (just in case, so he can be as frank as overly possible).

A weekend trip, asking how he is doing and if everything is all right. Sounds like he might be feeling lonely even in a crowd of people, maybe I am wrong tho
Oathbreaker   
9 Feb 2022
History / Kielce Pogrom - new findings by IPN [42]

@Lyzko

Where then was the impetus to continue killing Jews?

Again ignoring realities...
1945-1953 was a civil war going on in Poland which is hardly documented cause communists tried to portray it as if "everything is under control" you think it's without reason there were more NKVD units in Poland post ww2 then in occupied Germany?

People were starving, without homes, fighting for scraps yet your putting expectations as if the situation was like in modern day Poland today.

At that time most people didn't give a hoot if the person they were robbing, beating or even killing was, Polish, Jewish, German, Ukrainian, Soviet or any identification basically... It's called desperation!

What's so difficult to understand? You think Poles were having some cozy naptime while Jews were shipped into trains? Think again! Situation in Poland wasn't like France during or after ww2!
Oathbreaker   
7 Feb 2022
Life / Has feminism and lesbianism progressed in Poland? [645]

@Novichok
Problem with feminism is it's issue with perform service (any form) and seen as bad and linked to slavery. (Servant, indentured or not)

It's an attempt to destabilise society from serving one's own country and fellow human beings due to having a problem with the existence of hierarchies (especially those dominated by men) in which performing any service creates: anger, frustration and hostility
Oathbreaker   
7 Feb 2022
Language / Slavic languages words similarities with Polish [238]

@Vlad1234
The language isn't a barrier, it's what the language and more accurately the accent reminds of past actions (trauma)

When the Russian Federation adjusts it's geo strategy to current realities, things can move on.

Example: need for naval bases (Crimea, Kaliningrad, Marmunsk and Petersburg) was for the purpose of being able to control (apply taxes, tariff etc) and use maritime trade. Very similar to how Denmark was controlling trade in the Baltic.

Nowadays it's not as profitable as navy has become far more expensive and products from Russia has changed from valuable pelts and furs to gas, oil and precious metals.

Gas/oil transported by railway/pipes makes the need for a navy quite redundant unless such pipelines are made at sea and in harms danger due to possible sabotage. (Which useally happens via hack attacks and not by commandoes/sabotours.)

So creating schools for the purpose of promoting digital activities (digital currencies, digitally made art, digital tools, digital control of on-the-ground military vehicles/equipment, digital platforms, digital markets, creation of hardware)

Wouldn't only be groundbreaking and opens up the possibility of attracting interest but, also to recruit the best for hacking/military/intelligence purposes

Also improving infrastructure for trade from China would give a huge advantage to Russia cause of her landmass connecting China with Europe and improving it as much as possible, so as to make any other trade routes redundant and more costly compared to Russian infrastructure. Alas due to Russian paranoia and need for security a common tactic is to slowly improve it's infrastructure as to complicate possible enemy logistics
Oathbreaker   
7 Feb 2022
Life / Has feminism and lesbianism progressed in Poland? [645]

@Novichok
I'll never support any of your claims, wether they are sound or not. I would prefer to stay silent, so don't be delusional about it.

Criticising me, thinking I look at myself as a lord. While I look at myself as a servant, then going on to shout out your not anybody's slave... make up your mind!

You aren't acting like a free man, just like a paranoid plantation worker
Oathbreaker   
6 Feb 2022
Life / Has feminism and lesbianism progressed in Poland? [645]

@Novichok
Either fashion or a form of protest of men wanting them to look pleasing to the eye. Or possibly projecting their own wants, like tattoos which is an abhorrent way to show lack of respect of one's own body.
Oathbreaker   
4 Feb 2022
News / Future of Polish-Ukrainian relations [562]

@Vlad1234
Newsflash, most western leaders are anti-vatican

A lot has happened past centuries, not to mention French Revolution who had a guy crowning himself (top peak of egoism, and part of being a Christian is to fight one's own ego)
Oathbreaker   
4 Feb 2022
USA, Canada / Polish women are not to be trusted! They are out to get American men just for money. [62]

@Lilricky
Newsflash, it's part of being a women to drain life out of a man. Literally, financially and in every possible way. It's to see how strong a man is, as strength is very appealing to women.

While men are supposed to give, literally, financially and every other way. I recommend taking a biology class, watch natural documenteries and experience life a bit more

@Novichok
Written sarcasm borders on lying too, as it's best understood vocally. So you can start with yourself Novi if you hate lying so much
Oathbreaker   
4 Feb 2022
News / Future of Polish-Ukrainian relations [562]

@Vlad1234
With good reason, later I hear stupid comments from ignorants daily in my life. It creates frustration. If I am to reduce frustrations in my life. I act, wouldn't you?
Oathbreaker   
4 Feb 2022
News / Future of Polish-Ukrainian relations [562]

@Vlad1234
If any raids were performed it was by Lisowczycy units, but just like with the 1612? Movie I wouldn't be surprised if winged hussars were shown off as bandits.

It's a smear campaign, nothing more
Oathbreaker   
3 Feb 2022
News / Future of Polish-Ukrainian relations [562]

@Vlad1234
To me it sounds like refusal to change tires on a car, cause they aren't pink.

Are you for real? Hostile Vatican?
Oathbreaker   
3 Feb 2022
News / Future of Polish-Ukrainian relations [562]

@Vlad1234
Sounds weird, cause the schism that divided Orthodox and Catholic was with regard to appointment of Bishops. (That it was bishop of Rome a.k.a Pope that had the right to administrate it as a prime minister of the kingdom of heaven of earth, vs Byzantine Emperor appointing bishops within Byzantine empire. Here the perspective of earthly vs divine got in to conflict. Preferring earthly solutions and basically having a king/emperor who isn't Jesus Christ decide such things. Doesn't sound very Christian when you think about it.

I am no expert on orthodox theology so, I am open to hear if I misunderstand something or not
Oathbreaker   
3 Feb 2022
News / Future of Polish-Ukrainian relations [562]

@Vlad1234
"I don't know if Poles still hate Orthodox Christians as much as in the past."

What did you mean by that then? Please explain