You haven't read my previous comments
I on the other hand know that you haven't read my previous post or refuse to acknowledge it and deliberately try to misinform unsuspected readers who might not speak Polish fluently. Just because you have managed to convince yourself that
Angol on the other hand is a Polish derogatory word in EVERY situation - this word was created with the aim of being derogatory.
, does not make it so.
"Wczoraj poznałem Angola, świetny facet." Or "Ten Angol to się zna na fachu."
And countless other examples that one can think off. This alone would make your statement
"Angol on the other hand is a Polish derogatory word in EVERY situation"
Plain to see for anyone who's even semi fluent in Polish, I would go even further and argue that in both of the examples given above, the word "Angol" is used not only as a short form for someone British but also as a diminutive and a rather affectionate way to describe someone who is British, nothing derogatory about it. Contrary to your belief or your propaganda campaign whatever might be the case, that
"Polak might be derogatory only in certain situations when uttered in a certain tone of voice."
When spoken by anyone from North America in fact it is ALWAYS derogatory, it was spread by the American Jew who propagated Polish Jokes eventually becoming synonymous with a word "Stupid" as in "You're such a Polak."
P.S. There's no need to put a Jewish spin on this and make it sound like "Angol" is such a dirty word used by an intolerant and the racist Pole while a Pole should not be offended when some Yank or some Red Sea Pedestrian uses the word "Polak" as there's nothing sinister meant by it, but we know better, don't we? B.S. if you ask me, In fact the truth is in total opposite to what you claim here.