On the week on my last stay in Houston, some drivers got into a hot argument, then one of them pulled out his gun and shot the other right in the head.
So it's ok to hit people and potentially kill them but it's not ok to shoot someone with a gun in self-defense. That's a weird_ass logic. You guys are brainwashed into believing guns are evil and you don't even know why.
That's silly, please let me have a link for this murder case.
Your government rules You like a bunch of peasants" - uncalled for.
I've experienced both worlds already and you're in for a rude awakening, Midas, anyways have nice time in Poland.
I'm also wondering if you're seeing what I'm seeing. For example, take a look at the former "East" Germany or Czech Republic. How come their socioeconomic advances are so way ahead of Poland's?
How do you explain that?Here is my theory...
I think it's the Polish mentality that hasn't changed much over two decades. It's the same, or in actuality it moved backwards, thanks to your church.
If you want to catch up with the rest of the world you need to start thinking independently and outside the box at the same time.
Polish people are prejudiced and frantically scared of new ideas, and also very reluctant to adopt them quickly enough in order to get ahead of the curve before others do.
The reason why is that most Polish people have a hard time distinguishing a good idea, that might work, from a bad one. Why? Because they have no clue and they're scared to try anything other than they already know, which is pretty much not a lot, and limited to what they read about and see on TV. This fearful "dark ages" mentality is infecting Polish politics, business mass media and everyone's day to day decision making and God forbid someone steps out of the line there...
Your freedom of thought is hindered by all kinds of stupid nationalistic movements, Government's red tape and the Polish church.
You do realize that being conservative preserves the status quo, right? and it's only a good to be that way when you're well ahead of the rest of the crowd, but see, Poland is definitely not so I'm not sure what to tell you really... I don't hate Poland, perhaps I just hate stupid backwards polish mentality.