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Need help about Poland's partner visa for LGBT

Crow 155 | 9,025
14 Nov 2018 #31
Its not that complicated. Different oriented humans always existed side by side and of course coexisted. Its just that now politics tries to manipulate it. Particularly western Europe and USA, that in LGBT themes see useful tool to tackle in other peoples business. Then, when you have manipulation that incite pressure. When you have pressure you have negative reactions and even antagonism where didn`t exist before. With it, you have social turmoil and that is exactly what outside player seek in order to fill the gap and mediate between different social groups within targeted society. But behind everything is business. By principle, BUY FROM ME AND YOU WON`T BE MY TARGET. So, they invent reason and when you buy from them, they don`t activate reason to put you down.
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,053
14 Nov 2018 #32
Way too complicated. The alphabet weirdos want two things: (1) being viewed as "normal" rather than what they are - mental defects, (2) government benefits when they "marry".

The questions that are still not answered: (1) can "gayness" be acquired, (2) how many "gays" can a society tolerate before it would face extinction.
If you are still employed, if you ask those two, start cleaning your desk. That is what we got for that "tolerance" that became admiration and a taboo subject.

Just like global warming.
Crow 155 | 9,025
15 Nov 2018 #33
No, not complicated.

Man, I live in epicenter of events. You can`t imagine. Its like to look at the face of God. Its not complicated. Its beautiful.

No, I don`t speak you only of LGBT. I speak of EVERYTHING. Europe becoming better place. Caterpillar turning into butterfly.
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,053
15 Nov 2018 #34
No, I don`t speak you only of LGBT. I speak of EVERYTHING.

...and that's the problem. A post has a shelf life of about 10 seconds. I suspect that nobody here will spend more time trying to decode what is on your mind and where you are going with it. Clarity and brevity is everything. I often violate this rule, so you are not alone.
Miloslaw 19 | 4,824
15 Nov 2018 #35
Most normal people have no time or interest in supposed LGBT problems....
They are a tiny minority.
Who cares?
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,053
15 Nov 2018 #36
Most normal people have no time or interest in supposed LGBT problems....

You forgot to include a dozen other letters. But I don't blame you since nobody knows all the mutants, anyway, including the mutants.
Crow 155 | 9,025
16 Nov 2018 #37
I suspect that nobody here will spend more time trying to decode what is on your mind and where you are going with it.

But why we are here then? Let me tell you. I take remote control and turn on TV. Then I clicking some 5 minutes and tell to TV: ``F*** you, if bast**** were not wise enough to include internet in cable offer I wouldn`t pay for this sh**``. That is how one finish on the Net and encounter some free-minded spirits to talk of things which one can`t speak to TV or to his normal friends.

Anyway, I prepared something refreshing for you. To stay on topic, we will follow career of one LGBT person. But, as you can guess, point is that opinion of that LGBT person means much more then opinions of Theresa May or Merkel or Macron. It will be interesting to you how Deautsche Welle interview can serve to promote those who even `yesterday` were painted in negative colors and target of most bestial lies and propaganda. You will watch and understand that person speak of force that coming. Then you will ask yourself how is that possible. Let me tell you. Take the map of Europe and look at it. Think of EU as of carpet..... countries were not just accepted in EU but they were annexed. That`s what isn`t told to public. Ruling establishment didn`t encounter opposition and when they did, they decided to destroy opposition but it proved to be impossible for various reasons...... So, when you think of EU as of carpet, you see that carpet have a hole on Balkans. The `hole` in the carpet have a force to rip the carpet.

Now, here is my gift to you, something better then anything BBC or CNN can offer to you right now and, imagine, DW is behind that >>>


Its about Ana Brnabic. One successful LGBT career
Joker 3 | 2,307
16 Nov 2018 #38
Anyway, I prepared something refreshing for you.

The first paragraph didn't make any sense at all, why would I bother to read the rest of it? At least it wasn't about serbs, but Im sure its coming next.

Gays are such a small minority of the population, yet they demand way too much.
Joker 3 | 2,307
16 Nov 2018 #39
That will be wife of owner of the web site. I am sure.

Im glad you admitted it. All makes sense now, how much do you pay her or is she a Serb as well?

This forum has an alternative political agenda to allow you to hang around, I knew it!!

Not everyone is in the closet like some, you know.

Thats not the issue that bothers me Delph, its how they try to shove their values and change laws to benefit themselves. Meanwhile, they haven't any respect for ours.

I dont care if ppl are gay. Im not God and its not up to me to judge them. However, these parades with simulated sex acts in public, and little children do see these disgusting acts of behavior, is beyond the pale. This is just one example of them forcing their beliefs upon us.

As a school teacher, you should agree the children need to be protected from this?
Crow 155 | 9,025
16 Nov 2018 #40
If I`m sure, it doesn`t mean I am right. Isn`t it? Same way, it means you are wrong.

You better focus on Ana Brnabic and her LGBT career. Isn`t she or he or whatever, beautiful?

New interview of Ana Brnabic > ARD German TV by Markus Preiss >>>


Published 1 hour ago > Ana Brnabić | Prime Minister of Serbia | speaks for Oxford Union > we listen Ana Brnabic and we get sense of real interests from Balkan to Baltic > we listen future >


don`t mind who is LGBT and just let expert lead the economy and you get all glory you deserve > Serbia`s PM Mrs. Ana Brnabic, the top world digital economy expert >


Serbian PM on Forbes list of most powerful women

Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic has been ranked 91st (21st among politicians) most powerful woman in the world by Forbes magazine.

Welcome (Steffi Czerny, DLD & Ana Brnabic, Prime Minister of Serbia) | DLD Belgrade


Can you imagine something like this in today`s Poland >>>

Prime Minister of Luxembourg and his husband to host Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic and her wife PHOTO


That I telling to you people. Poland have to open itself more. Let professionals work, who care for their private lives. Aren`t we all, in some way, strange to some others?
Crow 155 | 9,025
19 Nov 2019 #41
I have a question, I have a question

Why are LGBT man attractive to woman? Why is that so? Its not even fair.

Look this man, that is famous (in popular morning TV program) LGBT person in my country and then look how that woman look at him, while he speak of her. She is fascinated. Her body language is so crazy. Her eyes telling: ``Is he for real, what a man, I could give him many nice things.`` And he also reacted, provided coffee to her so she is even more interested. No, its not fair.


What you people think? Is it same in Poland?
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,053
19 Nov 2019 #42
Why are LGBT man attractive to woman?

Because women are nuts.

Why do some marry death row inmates? Why do some bring their kids to near death for attention? Why do they stay with the guys who beat them daily? Why do they vote for a party that allows hordes of rapists and murderers into their town?

And that was just a warm up....
Crow 155 | 9,025
19 Nov 2019 #43
True. They doing irrational things all the time. Its horrorous.

Plus that man is talkative and woman fall on talk.
cms neuf 1 | 1,747
19 Nov 2019 #44
Aah TASS and Tanjug at their finest. Who said intellectual conversation was dead ?
Crow 155 | 9,025
19 Nov 2019 #45
Speaking of LGBT people, this way or another, for your information that was Ana Brnabic who mediated between France and China prior to last France-China deals. Chinese are practical people, know things and proven to be loyal friends.

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