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I saw Polish nationalism today


zetigrek
13 Nov 2010 #121
This is pure Nazi attitude. The "tolerant", "free" people obviously don't want to discuss an to be open to various alternatives.

I'm not tolerant person. I hate people like you. I think that people who are a danger for society should be jailed. There is no place in society for a margin. I don't have any compassion in my heart either for neonazis, ultra-nationalists, dresiarze, and all the rest of the margin. I believe that there is a society and the useless scum around them.

If necessary using the violence.

Yes exactly. I'm not a democrate. I think also that censorchip is good. Too many stupid people live in the world and thinks they have something to say.
enkidu 7 | 623
13 Nov 2010 #122
I'm not tolerant person. I hate people like you. I think that people who are a danger for society should be jailed. There is no place in society for a margin. I don't have any compassion in my heart either for neonazis, ultra-nationalists, dresiarze, and all the rest of the margin. I believe that there is a society and the useless scum around them.

Let's say it clear and loudly YOU ARE A NAZI.
lol
zetigrek
13 Nov 2010 #123
I can be whatever you want if it gives me a right to jail all those ONR-like scum.
smurf 39 | 1,981
13 Nov 2010 #124
They want to adopt kids, for Good sake

Jesus had 2 dads and he turned out ok
kondzior 12 | 1,237
13 Nov 2010 #125
LOL
But, Smurf, he was a God himself, it's gonna mean something. And he had also one mother too. Deal with it!
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
13 Nov 2010 #126
About Polish ONR.

I live in Myslenice and for the last few years about 50 skinhead NeoNazi Polish ONR's (from all over Poland not from Myslenice) have marched around in uniform carrying ultra nationalistic Polish flags and banners with neo-nazi symbols such as the sun cross and making Hitler salutes in the market square. They do this to ''celebrate'' the anti-Jewish pogrom that happened here in Myslenice in 1936. It has since been banned because of the NeoNazi acts, especially the Hitler salute.

Polish neo nazis

Various white nationalist and Neo-Nazi groups use the sun cross to represent the white race, i.e., the Western or European branch of the Indo-European peoples.

I think it's great when Polish people take pride in their rich history but this is not patriotism or nationalism, this is hate.
Torq
13 Nov 2010 #127
Polish neo nazis

Usually, I am staunchly against shooting people as if they were rabid dogs, but for those
sickf*cks I would make an exception.

What is completely and utterly incomprehensible to me, is the fact that Hitler slaughtered
6 million Poles (3 million followers of Judaism and 3 million followers of Christianity) and those
retards still crave to suck his d*ck.
kondzior 12 | 1,237
13 Nov 2010 #128
Sean, as I have said, thay are missguided, but theirs hearts are in the right place. I guess they feel that Poland is going in the wrong direction, but they are not sure how to rectify it.

While I dislike any neo nazism connotations, and I do hate skinheads, I really do, I feel that the future of Polish nation it being decided right now, and I dont like the direction it is going to take if official factors are the only deciding ones.

Is neo-nazism better then PC crowd? I don't know, I don't want to choose between these two, they are equally evil in my book.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
13 Nov 2010 #129
Torq

Ah Torq, I was searching your posts in vein when I made that last post.
There was one particular post of yours that I think opitamises, at least for me, the great people of this nation's understand of what it is to be Polish.

But unfortunately I couldn't find it.

What is completely and utterly incomprehensible to me, is the fact that Hitler slaughtered
6 million Poles

The thing that we have to remember is that there are such people in every walk of life and that they are the minority.
Polish people I know are disgusted by this for the very reasons you have said.
Bratwurst Boy 9 | 10,457
13 Nov 2010 #130
Usually, I am staunchly against shooting people as if they were rabid dogs, but for those
sickf*cks I would make an exception.

There is a fighting pagan heart beneath that christian exterior!
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
13 Nov 2010 #131
Is neo-nazism better then PC crowd? I don't know, I don't want to choose between these two, they are equally evil in my book.

Where do you live? Because you certainly don't sound like you live in Poland.

as I have said, thay are missguided, but theirs hearts are in the right place. I guess they feel that Poland is going in the wrong direction, but they are not sure how to rectify it.

They were ''celebrating'' a pogrom, "misguided" does not cut it and your deflection is transparent.
If you think it's heading in the wrong direction you can vote in fair and free elections, there are any number of things you can do, saying these pigs are just trying to change the course of Poland's future is complete crap.
milky 13 | 1,657
13 Nov 2010 #132
I'm not tolerant person. I hate people like you. I think that people who are a danger for society should be jailed. There is no place in society for a margin. I don't have any compassion in my heart

Sounds like autism.
kondzior 12 | 1,237
13 Nov 2010 #133
Sean, when you put it that way it do sound silly (or as a crap, if you will) but the mainstream is so pro jews that it is somewhat jarring. I can see why some young people want to show a finger to the world by celebrating a mass murder.

By the way, the only time I myself got any ani semite urges was when Kwasniewski apologized for so called "polish ani semitisem". I mean, HOW DARED HE? To apologise in my name for something I had nothing to do with? I was so angry. It was the only month (or two) in my life I really hated Jews. Normally I am rather indiferent to such a themes.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
13 Nov 2010 #134
I can see why some young people want to show a finger to the world by celebrating a mass murder.

You know that's a mad thing to say, right?
Where do you live?
Torq
13 Nov 2010 #135
But unfortunately I couldn't find it.

I know which post you meant - I can't find it either. It was probably in the off-topic section
and is now deleted. Anyways, as you said, they are a tiny minority and real Poles treat those
neo-nazis with contempt that they deserve.

There is a fighting pagan heart beneath that christian exterior!

There is a fighting Christian heart beneath that Christian exterior! :)
kondzior 12 | 1,237
13 Nov 2010 #136
In the moonbase Alfa, why do you ask?
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
13 Nov 2010 #137
why do you ask?

Is neo-nazism better then PC crowd?

There is no mad ''PC crowd'' here in Poland, which leads me to believe you are not in Poland and not in touch with current Polish events.
Bratwurst Boy 9 | 10,457
13 Nov 2010 #138
There is a fighting Christian heart beneath that Christian exterior! :)

Good to know....nowadays one could think they forgot how it goes...;)
kondzior 12 | 1,237
13 Nov 2010 #139
But PC crowd is issuing orders from Brusseles. In a way, it would be better if it was our own, Polish PC crowd. With them, we'd could deal with.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
13 Nov 2010 #140
But PC crowd is issuing orders from Brusseles.

In what way?
Any examples?

Is neo-nazism better then PC crowd? I don't know, I don't want to choose between these two, they are equally evil in my book.

And you are saying they are the same as the Nazis?

You really do live on the moon.
Torq
13 Nov 2010 #141
nowadays one could think they forgot how it goes...;)

Naah - that "turn the other cheek" stuff is for saints and I, my friend, am not a saint :)
ender 5 | 398
13 Nov 2010 #142
Personally I see nothing wrong in sun cross and rodło and uniforms

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sun_cross#Modern
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rod%C5%82o

rodlo poland

check blue uniforms US army they looks like SS uniform US marines (officers) like Gestapo
kondzior 12 | 1,237
13 Nov 2010 #143
It would not be the orders. It would be oppinions of other Poles. Some compromise could be possible.

Exampes? The gay parades was pushed down our throat (Poles, do let perverts parade on your streets or else...)
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
13 Nov 2010 #144
Personally I see nothing wrong

No problem with hitler salutes or "celebrating" a pogrom, no?

It would not be the orders. It would be oppinions of other Poles. Some compromise could be possible.

Are you talking to me?
If so, could you clarify your point because I don't know what you are talking about.
kondzior 12 | 1,237
13 Nov 2010 #145
It is geting tiring. Yes, Sean I was talking to you. It was the answer to a post you edited in the meantime. Something along the lines "It would be diferent? How?" Bye.
ender 5 | 398
13 Nov 2010 #146
No problem with hitler salutes, no?

I do have a problem with it but not with that: just because broken cross was Germany's symbol does not mean Indians are not allowed to use it anymore.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
13 Nov 2010 #147
It is geting tiring.

Yes, your tedious boring posts about things you obviously know nothing about are very tiresome.
Try talking about things you know.

Personally I see nothing wrong in sun cross and rodło and uniforms

And I am sure you have no problem with the Hindi use of the swastika but we are not talking about that either.

Just because broken cross was Germany's symbol does not mean Indians are not allowed to use it anymore.

And what about "celebrating" a pogrom, any smart deflections for that?

He organized[1] militias, which the night of June 22 to June 23, 1936 under the direction and under the slogans anti-semitism[1] arms seized the town for a few hours Myślenice, The action was later called "Myslenicka expedition." Disarmed the police station and severed telephone cables. The market, located on Jewish shops stłuczono display windows, and found in them the goods were abolished on the market and set ablaze. It is true that control the action Doboszyński forbade his men to plunder any acts[citation needed]And the use of physical violence, but in his opinion[citation needed] theft of Jewish shops and the city authorities planned flogging it was not looting and physical violence. At his command[citation needed] it was arson or an attempt to synagogue, But ended up only burning a small hole in the floor in the vestibule of the temple. Could not, however, as originally planned[citation needed], Recognize and chastise Myślenice governor, who hid in the apartment of his housekeeper.

pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adam_Doboszy%C5%84ski_%28polityk%29#Wyprawa_my.C5.9Blenicka
Torq
13 Nov 2010 #148
I do have a problem with it but not with that:

Oh, please, ender. How many people before WW2 knew about the Roman salute?
Educated ones maybe, but not the masses (cinema wasn't as popular back then
as it is today :)). WW2 changed it all, and that's why the gesture will always
be associated with Hitler and sickf*cks who followed him.

Today, when some retards with shaved heads raise their hands in a nazi salute, it is
what it is - a nazi salute, which has nothing to do with ancient Romans.
I will believe that it's a Roman salute, when those retards start speaking Latin :)

Until then, they should remember that beneficiis enim humana vita constat et concordia,
nec terrore sed mutuo amore in foedus auxiliumque commune constringitur
- as one
real Roman used to say.
Bratwurst Boy 9 | 10,457
13 Nov 2010 #149
I agree with that...the context is everything!

3000 year old germanic runes are just that, part of my heritage but when I additionally would run around as skinhead, showing the Hitlergruß then it is Nazi and I can't blame someone for thinking that...that is part of my heritage too, I can't change that.

(I still wonder what Poles get out of it...on the other hand russian neo-nazis are the same...)

Until then, they should remember that beneficiis enim humana vita constat et concordia

Yeah...surely....during breaks in conquering, exploiting and enslaving other peoples....

(Don't like Romans)
Torq
13 Nov 2010 #150
Well yes, but let's not forget that they razed Carthage to the ground!

But the worshippers of Moloch were not gross or primitive. They were members of a mature and polished civilization abounding in refinements and luxuries; they were probably far more civilized than the Romans. And Moloch was not a myth; or at any rate his meal was not a myth. These highly civilized people really met together to invoke the blessing of heaven on their empire by throwing hundreds of their infants into a large furnace. We can only realize the combination by imagining a number of Manchester merchants with chimneypot hats and mutton-chop whiskers, going to church every Sunday (...)

worldinvisible.com/library/chesterton/everlasting/part1c7.htm

Deleta est Carthago!

*likes Romans a lot*


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