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I saw Polish nationalism today


Mr Grunwald 33 | 2,173
11 Nov 2010 #31
That the Slavic people were not part of their plan.

Yeah they only live in Poland and what would Poland know about WWII.
You are making excuses.

Excuses?! Okey I am done with this I let you all stay on here I amleaving this thread call all this Nazi's call me a Nazi! Call me a Communist! Call me an bloodthirsty monster from Rivendal! Bye bYE!

Because you didn't know any of this until I posted it.

What?! Now you are getting me mad, not only are you calling a bird an egg but your insulting me as well
guesswho 4 | 1,289
11 Nov 2010 #32
What one do or say is sometimes different then what they think!

but how do you know that what they think is different from what they do?
I mean, unless you're one of them or at least have friends among them, how would you know?
(Just a question, don't mean to insult you).
ender 5 | 398
11 Nov 2010 #33
Edited by: Moderator Today, 20:10 / #658
sobieski:
in Warsaw Old Town... The Polish ONR Hitlerjugend trying to attack peaceful counter-demonstrators at Plac Zamkowy

You are LIER lefty terrorists attacked 3 members of national party.
Even infamous szmatławiec says so. I think Poland needs new concentration camp for lefty terrorists. :-)

Police stopping lefty terrorist:

Havok:
You guys have Polish Hitler-Jugend up there?
Don't be daft sobieski is from Holocaust Industry.

Mod's comment: Your one man mission to mention Gazeta Wyborcza in every post has become tedious

Mod! Are you happy now?
:-)

Yes. Thank you.
Havok 10 | 912
11 Nov 2010 #34
Gotta say, ignorance is bliss, now, a few fun facts about leaders and notable members of ONR:

- Jan Mosdorf ....was arrested and placed in Gestapo's infamous Pawiak prison. On January 6, 1941, he was sent to Auschwitz.

- Bolesław Bogdan Piaseck - after the war, in 1945, he co-founded and directed a so-called social progressive movement of lay Catholics. LMAO…

- Henryk Rossman he was sent to concentration camp, died from kidney failure in '40

- Tadeusz Gluziński, died somewhere in Hungary while trying to escape from the Nazis
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
11 Nov 2010 #35
Nazism is mainly an german/Austrian phenomenon and focus herself on an Aryan race

Neo-Nazism in alphabetical order:

# 1 Austria
# 2 Belgium
# 3 Bosnia and Herzegovina
# 4 Chile
# 5 Croatia
# 6 Estonia
# 7 France
# 8 Germany
# 9 Greece
# 10 Israel
# 11 Mongolia
# 12 Russia
# 13 Serbia
# 14 Sweden
# 15 United Kingdom
# 16 United States
jonni 16 | 2,485
11 Nov 2010 #36
- Henryk Rossman he was sent to concentration camp, died from kidney failure in '37

Which concentration camp was he in, in '37?
ender 5 | 398
11 Nov 2010 #37
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henryk_Rossman

it's a pleasure to educate ignorant commie
jonni 16 | 2,485
11 Nov 2010 #38
I was expecting it to be Bereza Kartuszka, troll. Interesting you describe it as a concentration camp. Would you go so far as to call it a Polish Concentration Camp?

(he asks as the trap shuts with a big clang)
ender 5 | 398
11 Nov 2010 #39
Would you go so far as to call it a Polish Concentration Camp?

Yes. But only if that name Bereza Kartuska was called in Poland by Poles. But it was called Miejsce Odosobnienia w Berezie Kartuskiej. So now you can call it Belorussian Concentration Camp. :-)

more like trapass set by todler
jonni 16 | 2,485
11 Nov 2010 #40
No buts, and the location and nationality of the person who uses a phrase is irrelevant - especially when it's in a foreign language - which for Poles and Poland, English certainly is.

You called it a "Polish Concentration Camp", which I personally wouldn't - but there you go - you've just confirmed that you agree with the truth of Harry's various posts on that issue.
nott 3 | 594
11 Nov 2010 #41
Mod's comment:Your one man mission to mention Gazeta Wyborcza in every post has become tedious

Can easily become a two man mission. It's none of your business who mentions which newspapers. Opinion shaping is not what moderators are supposed to do.

mentally instable persons/Nazi wannabies

I'd say it's more like a re-enactment hobby. Fringe party from a different era has found several dozens of active fans in some God-forsaken backyard, and it stirs excitement all over the country. Obvious retards as well, as the presented salute strongly suggests. One might expect that Nationalists know a thing or two about history concerning their nation.
Havok 10 | 912
11 Nov 2010 #42
# 16 United States

I haven't heard anything recently about neo-Nazi here in the US. I heard about the Tea-party and Palin calling everyone a Nazi...

The real neo-Nazi, hmm, I don't see them on my streets kicking people in the face if that's what you're suggesting by listing US as a #16 on the list.

Well, if i think about it, they would probably get shot in the head here before any of them could reach someone with their foot. When people get scared here they tend to shoot first then ask questions...

all them bubbas here seems to love to just shoot $hit
See them Neo-nazi kid up there Earl? shoot 'em sonuvabitch...

Which concentration camp was he in, in '37?

It was a polish web, i could not find his bio in English
Pinching Pete - | 558
11 Nov 2010 #43
# 1 Austria
# 2 Belgium
# 3 Bosnia and Herzegovina
# 4 Chile

Chile? Because the Nazi's loved dark half-Indian, Catholics?
ender 5 | 398
11 Nov 2010 #44
You called it a "Polish Concentration Camp", which I personally wouldn't

See my less intelligent friend Harry is twisted lier and he call Bereza Kartuska polish concentration cam and Auschwitz polish concentration camp. Bereza Kartuska cos it's been established by polish authorities in Poland (now Belarus) and Auschwitz cos in Poland now (then it was Germany). Are you able to set one standard in naming camps.

my suggestions are simple
Polish Concentration Camp Bereza Karuska
German (not Nazi) Concentration Camp Auschwitz
or
Belorussian Concentration Camp Bereza Kartuska
Polish Concentration Camp Auschwitz
Grand Israeli Concentration Camp Gaza

:-)

Can easily become a two man mission.

:-)
I can easily prove it's delphiandomine who advertise that szmatławiec here. Be honest mods here are to guard not think.
Mr Grunwald 33 | 2,173
11 Nov 2010 #45
I haven't heard anything recently about neo-Nazi here in the US.

youtube.com/watch?v=jXaZENPQrsw
Havok 10 | 912
11 Nov 2010 #46
Mr Grunwald

with all due respect, do you get all your news about the US from Hollywood?
Mr Grunwald 33 | 2,173
11 Nov 2010 #47
never been there, never seen it, only Norwegian papers, Rp.pl and hollywood for me
Also sometimes in TV

with all due respect

Can't stop laughing lol
I can't forget how I sent my American infantry to slow down the German panzer once in CoH
"With all due respect sir but, are you high?"
LOL
1jola 14 | 1,879
11 Nov 2010 #48
Today I went with my wife for a walk in Warsaw Old Town.

I saw Polish nationalism today

No, you were late. The main National ceremonies were earlier and on Plac Piłsudskiego. You went to see some sensation so you can run home and post some lies here.

Anyway, so-called Polish patriots are often the ones dodging taxes

lol

Can easily become a two man mission.

My favorite anti-Polish paper, Delphi's too:
jwojcie 2 | 763
11 Nov 2010 #49
Well if they are not nazist they are for sure national socialists ;)
Thing is with this ideology that it is close to sectarianism... Most of countries has their own variation of that sect which is in obviously open antagonism to every other...

It is kind of sad aspect of some males inability to control their testosteron production in conjunction with law esteem and need to group acceptance and plain stupidity of course ;)

PS. nothing to worry about really, they've never as a party get to parliament or even local parliaments as far as I know...
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
11 Nov 2010 #50
I don't see them on my streets kicking people in the face if that's what you're suggesting by listing US as a #16 on the list.

I am not suggesting that and I did not list them as 16#, it is in alphabetical order and I offered the link to Wiki.

Chile? Because the Nazi's loved dark half-Indian, Catholics?

And Israel and Mongolia, the mind truly does boggle...
nott 3 | 594
11 Nov 2010 #51
Be honest mods here are to guard not think.

I have no issues with guarding. I have an issue with what is being guarded.

My favorite anti-Polish paper, Delphi's too:

The mob is gathering!

We need one more. A Gang of Four sounds good.

nothing to worry about really, they've never as a party get to parliament or even local parliaments as far as I know...

Ts, I'd doubt they'd last in a pub long enough to say 'same again, please'.

Well, late in the night. Sober Poles are pathetically tolerant.
Havok 10 | 912
11 Nov 2010 #52
Can't stop laughing lol
I can't forget how I sent my American infantry to slow down the German panzer once in CoH
"With all due respect sir but, are you high?"
LOL

oh, I'm glad we have this behind us. I thought you were older, that's all, well my bad, i just didn't want to offend you because it's seems f-ing stupid to me that someone would post a preview from a Hollywood movie to argument a point about the neo-Nazi in the US.

You play company of heroes? are you like 12 kid?

I am not suggesting that and I did not list them as 16#, it is in alphabetical order and I offered the link to Wiki.

oh, ok, sorry
zetigrek
11 Nov 2010 #53
The Polish ONR

such people are everywhere.

Polish Nazis, how stupid can someone be?

they are not neonazis. They are ultra-nationalists. The Dmowski ideology heritors
jonni 16 | 2,485
11 Nov 2010 #54
such people are everywhere.

sadly yes.
Mr Grunwald 33 | 2,173
11 Nov 2010 #55
they are not neonazis. They are ultra-nationalists. The Dmowski ideology heritors

Tried to explain it but HOW?! Pls God give me strength
jonni 16 | 2,485
11 Nov 2010 #56
they are not neonazis. They are ultra-nationalists. The Dmowski ideology heritors

The two are not mutually incompatible. I suspect that for the baying jackbooted skinheads, National Socialism holds as much, if not more, appeal than the philosophy and ideas of Roman Dmowski.
zetigrek
11 Nov 2010 #57
Yes they are skinhead, but they are not socialists (nazism=national socialism). Actually off the record ONR memebers are consider as neonazi sympathising group but of course they can't officially support such ideology. The similarity is that just like neonazi they are racists and antisemites. Many memebers of Młodzież Wszechpolska is also connected with neonazi groups.
Harry
12 Nov 2010 #58
Harry is twisted lier and he call Bereza Kartuska polish concentration cam and Auschwitz polish concentration camp.

Could you please be so kind as to either quote a post in which I call Auschwitz a Polish concentration camp or admit that you are lying and apologise for that lie. Thank you.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,455
12 Nov 2010 #59
apologise for that lie.

Jesus, Harry....

what planet are you living on? A Polish person...apologise?
nott 3 | 594
12 Nov 2010 #60
right. Thanks for contributing to the Polish-European mutual understanding.


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