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Climate change/environmental businesses or NGOs in Poland


CasualObserver
20 Apr 2018 #31
LBH? Is that an Americanism, cos I don't know what it is. Me no speaky your language, amigo!

So how much of the year do you spend in Poland, then? Cos you only seem to be active on this forum during American hours.

youd know poles dont need a physical homeland to be polish

Ah, like the Jews, yeah?
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,715
20 Apr 2018 #32
@Slavictor

Yeah there's a lot of Catholic ones. A lot do good work helping christians in the middle east like caritas

Yeah exactly like the jews dude....
Slavictor 6 | 194
22 Apr 2018 #33
I thought it would be interesting to develop an NGO for Poland.
cms neuf - | 1,579
22 Apr 2018 #34
Go ahead then - its a free country.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,475
22 Apr 2018 #35
I thought it would be interesting to develop an NGO for Poland.

The type of NGO that gets funded with Russian cash? If so, speak to Janusz Korwin-Mikke, he's your man.
Slavictor 6 | 194
22 Apr 2018 #36
The type of NGO?

An NGO to help resident Poles cope with mental health issues, namely neurosis, impulsivity, delusional disorders, lack of self respect and / or esteem.

If you'd prefer to be contacted to set up an appointment with a counsellor then by all means. We'll let you know when the clinic is accepting clientele.
gumishu 11 | 5,701
23 Apr 2018 #37
So you'd accept it if Poles voted for gay marriage in a referendum, as in Ireland?

the constitution would have to be changed - that means that would be a constitutional referendum

Ah, like the Jews, yeah?

Casual Observers thinks the British who come here to teach English automatically become Polish on the entry I guess or within a year or so - some people do have strange delusions
Atch 16 | 3,299
23 Apr 2018 #38
that means that would be a constitutional referendum

Yes ,that's what we had in Ireland, a constitutional referendum. We have another one coming up in May on abortion. They're not common in Poland because the government doesn't require the consent of the people to change the constitution whereas in Ireland it does. The Polish constitution only provides for referendums in relation to certain articles but personal rights and freedoms of citizens is one of them. The wording is a bit vague but there's no reason why you couldn't have a referendum. I'm a bit puzzled as to why PIS doesn't have one on abortion as it's caused such a furore lately. No need for all that protesting and demonstrating by either side, just let the people vote.
gumishu 11 | 5,701
23 Apr 2018 #39
it's a waste of money and a risk - a risk that the supporters of abortion on demand are much more politically active and driven and would outvote the silent majority - polls show that 50 something per cent of people in Poland are for the current abortion compromise - and if you ask me nothing should change about the matter
Atch 16 | 3,299
23 Apr 2018 #40
Well, you have a point. I was forgetting about the low voter turnout for elections, not much more than fifty per cent of the electorate so I suppose there's no reason to think it would be any higher for a referendum. Still I do think that if people genuinely give a toss about something they will take the trouble to vote, and if they don't then I have no sympathy for them if the outcome of such referendums is not to their liking. I hardly ever voted in Ireland in elections as when push comes to shove, most parties are much of a muchness, but I DID vote in the divorce referendum and in the Anglo-Irish agreement one. Nowadays though I would vote in Irish general elections just to stop Sinn Féin from getting any more seats!
kaprys 3 | 2,511
23 Apr 2018 #41
Jeszcze Polska nie zginęła, kiedy my żyjemy. Not 'do poki'/'dopóki'/'póki' ...

And we need a physical homeland - that's what our ancestors fought for!
Read the rest of the anthem. Have it translated! What is it about?
It's not enough to claim you're Polish.
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,715
23 Apr 2018 #42
The original version that praises Bonaparte and calls out the swedes and germans is superior..

Also what's wrong with Sinn Fein? Theyre the vanguard of Irish patriotism and resistance from UK interference.
kaprys 3 | 2,511
23 Apr 2018 #43
Firstly, do poki is a spelling mistake. You don't make spelling mistakes in your anthem. An 'optional' version is 'póki', but it was originally 'kiedy'. And that's the official version. If you respect the anthem as one of our national symbols, don't make mistakes in it!

The next two lines are about fighting to regain our homeland. It's Pieśń Legionów Polskich we Włoszech that fought for the country's independence and you say it's not about a physical homeland?

The original version talked about Niemiec and Moskal - those who had partitioned the country. Also, the original version starts with ' Jeszcze Polska nie umarła', so you weren't quoting it. The lyrics of the anthem are different though.

And all those patriotic Poles knew Polish. You need to practise yours. You may start by learning the national anthem. Because using it (wrongly, anyway) as an argument in another silly discussion here is a disgrace.
dolnoslask 6 | 3,085
23 Apr 2018 #44
Should have kept "Dosyć tej niewoli" (enough of this captivity), true today as we are under the influence of outsider NGO's and European politicians , no different to swedes russians nazis of yesteryear's
delphiandomine 88 | 18,475
23 Apr 2018 #45
Why are you repeating Russian propaganda word-for-word?

a risk that the supporters of abortion on demand are much more politically active and driven and would outvote the silent majority

But surely, given that you support PiS and their policy of "majority rule all", you should be happy that the majority will is respected regardless of the impact on the rest of society?

A referendum is an excellent idea, as it would finally kill off the debate for a generation.
gumishu 11 | 5,701
23 Apr 2018 #46
it wouldn't - especially if the outcome would be to allow the abortion on demand - according to polls more than 50 per cent of Poles don't want abortion on demand - but the supporters of it are more politically driven and would go to vote in such a referendum in higher percentage than the opponents
Atch 16 | 3,299
24 Apr 2018 #47
Also what's wrong with Sinn Fein?

I've answered you in off-topic.

but the supporters of it are more politically driven and would go to vote in such a referendum in higher percentage than the opponents

Gumishu as I said earlier, if people are that concerned about the 'killing of the unborn', then they can get off their collective arses and vote. Otherwise it's pure hypocrisy. If they saw a child being murdered in the street would they just shrug and say 'oh there's nothing I can do about it, no point in calling the police, the child will be dead by the time they get here'. Would they?? I don't know. But I don't accept the old not politically motivated nonsense. It basically translates as 'can't be arsed' 'oh, I care, but not that much'. So, like I say, if that's the case you get the result you deserve.
johnny reb 29 | 5,444
8 Mar 2021 #48
The London Guardian has suggested that global lockdowns will be needed every two years in order to save the planet.

dailyangle.com/articles/guardian-promotes-global-lockdown-every-2-years-to-combat-climate-change


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