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gumishu 11 | 4,743    
6 Jan 2018  #151

It's a friggin psycho "expat".

judging from his user name a Jamaican


Lyzko 18 | 3,829    
6 Jan 2018  #152

@kaprys,

You choose only the most extreme examples to prove your premise. Why not simply come out and admit that many Poles during the War agreed with Hitler that the Jews were less than worthy of saving, if only for different reasons.

Study the history of anti-Semitism some time and learn how the Church taught the heresy for centuries that the Jews killed Christ.
kaprys 1 | 852    
6 Jan 2018  #153

It's funny how hypocritical you are. When Jews betrayed their own kind, you claim they did it for their own safety. Even if they did it for money. When you talk about Poles, you accuse them of innate antisemitism, you can't help blaming Catholicism and so on.

You see - it's you who's prejudiced against Poles and Catholics - not all Poles are Catholic, just like not all Catholic are Polish, BTW.

The difference between me and you is that I condemn people of any nation or ethnicity that had bo respect for others' lives but you come up with excuses for your folk.

What do you know about Poland then or now anyway? You just come here to give vent to your anti-Polish sentiments.

Is there anything you can contribute to this forum except for accusing Poles of antisemitism?
Is there nothing else you can talk about except for aantisemitism and Holocaust when it comes to Jews?
mafketis 16 | 5,023    
6 Jan 2018  #154

you come up with excuses for your folk.

As someone said, most ethnic guilt is about feeling that your descendents will think you were too xenophobic, most jewish guilt is about feeling your ancestors will think you weren't xenophobic enough...
G (undercover)    
7 Jan 2018  #155

Study the history of anti-Semitism

Stop polluting every thread with this crap. It's boring.
Ironside 46 | 8,483    
7 Jan 2018  #156

Study the history of anti-Semitism

Study the history of anti-Semitism is a sophisticated way to promote bigotry, hypocrisy and a victim complex used oft as an excuse to be a xenophobic, racist a-hole to all but your own tribe. In this way atheist people can base their religion sectioned prejudices on 'scientific' resentments.

Czech and Poles are different cultures. Due to same historical connections and some similarities people might think otherwise. In fact there is little nowadays that would connect both cultures. Poles and their culture are not interested for Czechs and vise versa
Lyzko 18 | 3,829    
7 Jan 2018  #157

Poles and Czechs are nonetheless Slavs, much as the Portuguese and the French are technically Latins and therefore will share certain common tendencies (linguistically, for instance), even though they might indeed have little to do with one another on a practical daily basis:-)

As far as the rest of what I've posted, I consider my remarks both appropriate as well as historically accurate.
mafketis 16 | 5,023    
7 Jan 2018  #158

Poles and their culture are not interested for Czechs and vise versa

A number of people I've known rather like a lot of Czech movies both classic and more modern, not to mention the classic tv series hospital on the edge of town and woman behind the counter (and a couple more).
Lyzko 18 | 3,829    
7 Jan 2018  #159

Used to be during the Sputnik Era, Russian (more then German, even more than English) was the glue which held communication between most Slavs together. Much later during the '90's after the fall of the Wall, English of course took over (German though overtaking in certain sectors among the Poles).

Today, I personally know any number of youngish Poles terribly curious about Czech Republic as well as the Czech language. Vice-versa though, I really couldn't say.
NoToForeigners 7 | 932    :-(
9 Jan 2018  #160

Trusting Russia..... always a miscalculation.

Exact same rule applies to Hamburgericans.

Remember that Hamburgerican Democracy is measured in megatonnes.
Lyzko 18 | 3,829    
10 Jan 2018  #161

I repeat, who pray are the Hamburgericans? Do you mean perhaps butt-kissing Germans who tow the party line of the West, chiefly the States??!
If yes, then say so plainly:-)
Crow 139 | 6,057    
12 Jan 2018  #162

By the God, brat pan Czech president Zeman was today attacked by mad naked black woman. What a crazy times

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Source: Serbian media, only truly free European mass media > b92.net/info/vesti/index.php?yyyy=2018&mm=01&dd=12&nav_category=78&nav_id=1346375
Taxpaying voter 1 | 187    
12 Jan 2018  #163

Zeman was today attacked by mad naked black woman.

He wasn't attacked, she wasn't naked and she isn't mad. But it's easy to see why you're making clearly false statements about her and him: he is exactly what she said he is (and so are a sizable number of Serbs) and she is Ukrainian, i.e. a member of a nation which Serbs who are descended from Nazi collaborators are now helping the Russians to occupy pieces of.
Crow 139 | 6,057    
12 Jan 2018  #164

No?

I admit, its not worse from what brat Walesa got on London airport. Zeman at least didn`t got finger in dark place. To put cross on myself, what is this with Europe when maniacs assaulting Slavic officials. Is this some kind of revenge for maniacal Ferdinand??

and she is Ukrainian

no, you are wrong man. look better. Its some Gypsy woman, with all due respect on Gypsies, of course and all that
Crow 139 | 6,057    
13 Jan 2018  #165

he is exactly what she said he is

Zeman have quite correct stance on events in Ukraine. On Yugoslavia, Kosovo, too. Zeman exposed Anglo-Franko-Germanic double standards. Czech Republic here have truly admirable stance.

My dear, same as it was with internal borders in Yugoslavia, borders of Ukraine are in great deal formed by communists. For the first time in history Ukrainian nation forming its own fully independent state. You Ukrainians should negotiate with Russians about borders. Its clear to any sane and honest Slavic man in the world. If Ukrainian Nazis didn`t exterminate a lot of Poles during WWII in what is now Ukraine, today`s Ukrainians would by all means have to negotiate with Poles too about defining borders between Poland and Ukraine. Frankly, if its on me, I would strongly suggest that Poland needs to gets territorial compensation for that genocide that happened on Poles. Otherwise, Nazi ways would be rewarded.

So, instead having negotiations with Russia and Poland about newly emerging Ukrainian state, we have situation that Ukrainian representatives speak about `international borders of Ukraine`. But no, its not about that. On territory of what is now Ukraine, Russians too, have right to their own states. Situation is complex and should be solved with negotiations about borders.

As for your mention of Serbians in Ukraine, how I see things they are there to underline fact that conflict in Ukraine represent situation of internal Slavic interest and dialogue, rather then non-Slavic meddling. It is we Serbians who were involved in history of what is now Ukraine. Much of people there having Serbian origin. You don`t suggest that Brussels have more right to be present then Serbian volunteers in Ukraine?

BDW, what you talking about Serbian Nazi collaborators??? My people never collaborated with Nazis. Serbian Chetniks were even involved in saving Poles around Lwow from onslaught by Ukrainian banderist Nazis. It is completely another issue that, tragically, thanks to British and USA schemes (all well documented; USA even officially apologized for this, Britain never apologized), during WWII, we had situation that our patriots who fought against Nazis, also waged Civil War among themselves (communists vs. royalists). So, in that situation, some of Chetniks and some of Partisans dared to collaborate with Nazis in order to harm other side involved in Civil War. But those were sporadic and isolated cases and all perpetrators of it were hanged in time for treason. It belong to that old story that we all have our traitors. Problem is, my dear, when traitors wants to rule country, to form policy, as it is case with `Nazi banderists` in Ukraine, thing that already happened in Croatia- where rule `Nazi ustashe`.

please back on the topic of this thread




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