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Typical for the Poloniandists


delphiandomine 88 | 18,454
23 Sep 2012 #151
Sorry P3 but you are talking nonsense, I've seen many stupid things on PF over the years but the idea that certain gang of "expats" managed to position themselves as some kind of experts on Poland and an authority on what's best for this country is just too much, especially when a moderator buy this garbage.

It's only garbage because it doesn't agree with what you think Poland should be. It's worth pointing out that you think Poland should either be run by a mentally ill dwarf or a disabled-hater - depending on whether you were asked before or after the last election ;) Either way, you're hardly an expert.

They've been living here for a few years, are not fluent in Polish and has as much clue about this country as a Polish factory worker living in London since 3 or 4 years has about UK. Besides, even If that was not a case It still doesn't mean they have a right to gang up on posters they do not agree with.

I would dare to suggest that both Jon and Harry have forgotten more about Poland than the average Polonia will ever learn. As for "ganging up" - isn't that exactly what you and some others used to do on this forum with impunity towards anyone who wasn't white/was Jewish? In fact, you only really stopped when you started to taste your own medicine.

Think for a while what a sane administration whould do with them.

A sane administration would ban every single poster who went on about Jews, who ranted about "blacks and pakis" and all the other racist crap on this forum. You'd be gone as well, so I fail to see what your point is.

I don't give a feck, I've seen so much of this garbage here that it doesn't work on me anymore but majority of the best posters has already left, soon you will stay here alone with admin and a gang of kunts. Have fun.

Best posters? Name them.

You completely misunderstood him, It seems that you don't have enough experience on this board to judge the situation correctly and make a sound calls. He's talking about jonni/Harry/delphi who managed to take over the narrative on historical and the Catholic Church-related threads on this forum and rule as they please.

That's mainly because we actually have a clue about the subjects at hand. If you don't like it, well...there's ATP to discuss these things with yourself and yourself.

Anyway, weren't you supposed to be banned indefinitely?
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,161
23 Sep 2012 #152
It's only garbage because it doesn't agree with what you think Poland should be.

Well, I also don't agree with pawian and many others but I don't call their posts garbage, about the rest of your post... sorry but I'm not going to read it :)))
delphiandomine 88 | 18,454
23 Sep 2012 #153
Don't read it, we all know that typical PiS voters won't read anything that they don't understand anyway ;) Fakt is more than enough for your brain.
jadis
23 Sep 2012 #154
That's mainly because we actually have a clue about the subjects at hand.

What makes you such an expert on Polish history and social issues? High school diploma from the UK, if you even have that? You read wiki entries but you have no idea how to interpret topics, as you are lacking broader knowledge and context. You just pick bites and sounds and form a definite "opinion". Plus you are willfully biased.
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
23 Sep 2012 #155
Poland should be run

What should be is a pipe dream or wishful thinking. But everyone knows what is: that Poland is run by that beady-eyed conman known as tricky Don and his cohorts. Glib, slippery and slimey all the way! Notice his shifty glances and how he never looks anyone straight in the eyes. Typical of cooks and cheats.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,454
23 Sep 2012 #156
What makes you such an expert on Polish history and social issues? High school diploma from the UK, if you even have that? You read wiki entries but you have no idea how to interpret topics, as you are lacking broader knowledge and context. You just pick bites and sounds and form a definite "opinion". Plus you are willfully biased.

Let's just say that I'm sober when assessing materials, as well as actually living in Poland.

Wiki entries - really? I use them as an introduction to a topic, but...please.

And yes, you're right. I'm incredibly biased against morons who support a mentally ill dwarf who produces insane plans that couldn't be funded in a million years.
jadis
24 Sep 2012 #157
Let's just say that I'm sober when assessing materials, as well as actually living in Poland.

That's good to know, but just living in Poland doesn't give you any advantage on Polish history or relations with Polish diaspora. You've never lived in the States, never personally met any Polish American, and you don't speak Polish to well understand what's going on in Poland. In your opinions you rely on opinions of people around you and you try to please them by parroting their views.

Wiki entries - really? I use them as an introduction to a topic, but...please.

Please... what? Not to point out that all your historical knowledge comes from wiki?

And yes, you're right. I'm incredibly biased against morons who support a mentally ill dwarf who produces insane plans that couldn't be funded in a million years.

That's not a nice way to speak about current American president.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,454
24 Sep 2012 #158
That's good to know, but just living in Poland doesn't give you any advantage on Polish history or relations with Polish diaspora. You've never lived in the States, never personally met any Polish American, and you don't speak Polish to well understand what's going on in Poland. In your opinions you rely on opinions of people around you and you try to please them by parroting their views.

Does living in the States instantly grant you a pass to be dumb, or something? I've met enough Polish Americans here to last a lifetime, thank you very much. As for speaking Polish - sorry, but a child could see through the rubbish printed and spoken by the usual suspects.

As for relying on the views of the people around me - I don't think so, sunshine. After all, I don't need to take advice from the woman in the local shop as to which cheap bottle to buy today.

Please... what? Not to point out that all your historical knowledge comes from wiki?

No, please - some of us actually spend quite a lot of time indulging our passion for history. You know, doing stuff that goes beyond reading whatever rubbish you can read in Gazeta Polska or similar.

That's not a nice way to speak about current American president.

Wasn't aware that Obama was mentally ill or a dwarf. Is it because he's black and therefore your racist self just has to hate him?
jadis
24 Sep 2012 #159
Does living in the States instantly grant you a pass to be dumb, or something? I've met enough Polish Americans here to last a lifetime, thank you very much. As for speaking Polish - sorry, but a child could see through the rubbish printed and spoken by the usual suspects.

Here comes again that arrogant attitude against Americans: automatically qualifying them en masse as dumb. Child? maybe. You - not so much.

After all, I don't need to take advice from the woman in the local shop as to which cheap bottle to buy today.

I wasn't aware you are into a cheap booze. Bit surprising coming from someone trying to sell himself as an elitist. But whatever rocks your boat.

No, please - some of us actually spend quite a lot of time indulging our passion for history.

Some - yes. You - not really. I yet have to see anything of yours that goes beyond banal pop-knowledge. Even Harry makes an effort to better conceal his ignorance.

Is it because he's black and therefore your racist self just has to hate him?

Nice try to turn the tables. Dug yourself into a hole, huh?
NorthMancPolak 4 | 648
24 Sep 2012 #160
To have Polish ancestors doesn't make you a Pole.

Over here, it appears that if you are second-generation, you stop being <insert ethnicity here>, but only if you are white.

If, for example, you are Pakistani, then you're still a "Paki" even after three or four generations.

Unless you're a sportsman, of course :D

If you run the local corner shop and speak with an "accent", then you get called a "Paki shop owner", but if you're an "Asian" boxer from Bolton, you get called "British" even if you wave both the Pakistani and Union flags after winning a fight. There's clearly a degree of hypocrisy within UK society ;)

But it could be worse - my sister only calls herself Polish if she gets passed over for promotion at work, and tries to plan an ethnic "race card" - it's hilarious to hear about it, because the rest of the time she talks about how "east Europeans" should "**** off back home and stop taking all the benefits"! :D Needless to say, she speaks no Polish.

I, on the other hand, have spoken excellent Polish all my life, married a 2nd generation Pole in a Polish church, and have been in several other relationships with Polish women (one actually from Poland, who spoke virtually no English), totalling around 13-14 years.

I have minimal contact with non-family Poles now though, because I don't like the attitude of most of those who have come over since 2004 (there is a degree of "generation gap" here, but it goes beyond that - but that's beyond the scope of this post, and I'm not willing to elaborate for personal reasons).

So I would say that I'm entitled to call myself Polish, but unlike some (bold text for the benefit of p3undone ;) ) of the Pol-Ams on here, I never mention it unless someone else does, or someone sees my surname and comments on it.

I can guarantee that you would never, ever see me driving around with some "Yeehaa! Damn right I'm Polish!!" car sticker like some Poland-avoiding, non-Polish speaking Polish-American probably would.
Harry
24 Sep 2012 #161
NMP: the word in your post we all need to remember is 'some'!
NorthMancPolak 4 | 648
24 Sep 2012 #162
It's a sad state of affairs when we have to emphasise this, but we know how sensitive some people can be, so I'll keep to the rules.

I've even remove the 4th letter of the alphabet from my keyboar! lol ;)
TheOther 6 | 3,692
24 Sep 2012 #163
you'll be surprised, I've met a girl from Australia and she told me, "we're basically British".

Was she still standing on her feet or had she already fallen from her bar stool? :)
Harry
24 Sep 2012 #164
TO, trust me on this, most 'Sheilas' will still be on their barstool when you're under the table. I'm not sure if it's actually a requirement for getting a passport these days.
4 eigner 2 | 831
24 Sep 2012 #165
Was she still standing on her feet or had she already fallen from her bar stool? :)

she was as sober as one can be, how about you, man?
TheOther 6 | 3,692
24 Sep 2012 #166
she was as sober as one can be,

I'm from Oz, and let me tell you: there's no way in hell that a true blue Aussie is claiming to be a whinging Pom unless (s)he's pissed as a newt... ;)
4 eigner 2 | 831
24 Sep 2012 #167
Well, she was a true blue Aussie
TheOther 6 | 3,692
24 Sep 2012 #168
... and as such, drunk ... :)

I wasn't really serious, 4eigner. Aussies and Poms have a very special relationship, and even though we call them bastards we still love them. Unless they beat us in Rugby, of course.
rybnik 18 | 1,461
24 Sep 2012 #169
Aussies and Poms have a very special relationship

what's a Pom?
TheOther 6 | 3,692
24 Sep 2012 #170
An Englishman. Some say POM is the abbreviation for Prisoner of Mother England.

guardian.co.uk/notesandqueries/query/0,5753,-59927,00.html
rybnik 18 | 1,461
24 Sep 2012 #171
ok
interesting
Thanks TheOther


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