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The Pole, as an example of a perfect Russophobe, in a spherical vacuum


Novichok 5 | 7,832
18 Jul 2021 #31
It is not such a banality, believe me.

OK, I need to clarify my "It will take many generations to get Katyn out of Polish DNA." Here is a more complete version:

It will take many generations to get Katyn out of Polish DNA to the point where the relationship between Poland and Russia would be no worse than between Poland and Germany.

You are correct in objecting to the original. BTW, the criminality of NKVD, UB, and SB was never in dispute. What is puzzling to me is that Poland didn't execute its own criminals after 1990. It seems that no country ever does, with Romania being a noble exception.
Alien 18 | 4,831
19 Jul 2021 #32
that Poland didn't execute its own criminals after 1990.

It was because of the "round table". But there was also no bloody revolution in Poland.
Strzelec35 34 | 904
20 Apr 2022 #33
" Is there any good reason that the people of Poland and the Baltics shouldn't be Russophobic?"

no more then why they should be germanophobic. do u know how agressive germany was even prior to hitler with the teutonic knights and livania or whatever thst kingdom in baltics was called?

" It doesn't matter, they will be supported by russophobic Poles and Baltic dwarfs enough for the whole planet. They will support caricatures that want to inject their 5-year-old children with sex-changing hormones and vaccines that will change their DNA, organize gay parades and bring leftards like PO to power. At least they sat in their jackets in the dark and bathed in cold water. At least they eat pate on bread every day, and everyone will say take that, Putin. Well done, guys, every boss could only wish for such obedient servants."

i sort of agree with this. why is it so puzzling for poles when i tell them just how right wing they and the chicks here are compared to all the woke chicks i met in malta in valletta in their 20s from foreign countries or places like new york? one of them i shet you not tried to convince me to try being with other dudes or asked why not.
Korvinus 2 | 456
21 Apr 2022 #34
to get Katyn out of Polish DNA

To forget history?

We did not forget the Partitions in XVIIIth century and Russia claiming the Eastern lands.

We did not forget the Katyn massacre in 1940.

We did not forget the Red Army "support" during Warsaw Uprising in 1944.

Lastly, we did not forget the Red Army "liberation". And Poland betrayed by its allies and enslaved by the USSR.
Cojestdocholery 2 | 1,194
21 Apr 2022 #35
no bloody revolution in Poland.

It would be better for Poland if there were one.
gumishu 13 | 6,134
21 Apr 2022 #36
@Cojestdocholery

there is a Polish joke about Russians: juhas (a junior shepherd in the Tatras) calls at baca's and says: "Baca, have you heard: Russians went to space". Baca asks: "All of them?" "No, just one" "To co mi dupę zawracacie" says baca.
jon357 74 | 21,931
21 Apr 2022 #37
Western Ukrainian nationalist, who waking up masturbates to a portrait of Stepan Bandera

Petliura was better looking.
Lyzko 45 | 9,287
21 Apr 2022 #38
Semyon Petliura lived around the era of Count Vyacheslav von Plehve and was responsible for numerous pogroms, I believe.
Lithuania was much better in the pogrom department, was it.
jon357 74 | 21,931
21 Apr 2022 #39
responsible for numerous pogroms

Historians (including Jewish historians) have differing and even conflicting views on this. A moderate view is that he was unable to reign in some of the antisemitic officers under him, despite trying very hard to do that.

He had changing relations with Poland, from fighting against Pilsudzki's troops in the siege of Lwów to cooperating with them against the common russian foe a year or so later.

A very interesting person. General Carton de Wiart (I posted about him the other day, worth reading his wiki page) tried to mediate between President Petliura and Marszał Pilsudzki in 1919 without success and then advised them both later.
Miloslaw 19 | 4,776
21 Apr 2022 #40
@jon357

A very sensible and balanced post mate.
Lyzko does tend to fly off the handle sometimes and needs to be kept in check.
Lyzko 45 | 9,287
21 Apr 2022 #41
A most informative post, jon.
Many thanks,


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