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Whats up with Polish guys getting drunk and looking for a fight?


OP Mike00 1 | 29
6 Feb 2016 #31
I think the media worked harder brainwashing the people ;)
Bieganski 17 | 901
6 Feb 2016 #32
Let me put it this way....

Let me explain the obvious to you....

You said "When a Pole talks about...foreigners." Yes indeed, "a Pole" as in singular; one person. But you also stated earlier that "As to the rest of Poland - yes, the majority are self-serving racists".

By any measure that is quite an outlandish charge to make when you know full well that you have absolutely no facts to back it up.

And in your marginalized bunker mentality the unattributed comment of "a Pole" you personally disagree with is representative of "the majority".

Remember these are your words and no you can't take them back or put a spin on them.

So it is OK for you to maliciously and falsely stereotype and slander Poles who have graciously allowed you to live in Poland with them for "23 years" isn't it? Doing so must make you feel temporarily good about your otherwise alienated self doesn't it?

Face it, your failure to fit in after all this time is your own fault. And in your rapidly advancing years you need to finally realize that you won't build a paradise for yourself now by creating a hell for others. Poles will decide what is best for Poland, themselves and their families - not you.

So just quit your nonstop nonsense already by going around falsely claiming Poles are racist in the lost hope that it will somehow distract from or negate your own racism. Seriously, if you weren't such a cowardly racist you wouldn't be exerting so much time and energy trying to project the false charge onto others.
Dougpol1 32 | 3,151
6 Feb 2016 #33
the majority are self-serving racists".

Yep. Racist. Absolutely.

Ask 1000 Poles what their feelings are about the refugees from Syria and the overwhelming majority wiil say " We don't want those people here. It is not our problem, and they are a different culture, and shouldn't be here (in Europe). Send them back - to fight, or die."

Racism is a kind word anyway. Blind ignorance and hatred would be closer to the mark. I can forgive the first, but not the second.

Poles who have graciously allowed you to live in Poland with them for "23 years

Go and do one. I've paid more in tax money than you might earn in ten years. I have contributed and am entitled.

You? Polonia can go suck an egg (I am on 4 warnings so can't say what I really feel about Polish scum).

Oh wait - I just did:)
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163
6 Feb 2016 #34
Ask 1000 Poles what their feelings are about the refugees from Syria and the overwhelming majority wiil say " We don't want those people here.

That's because WE DON'T WANT THESE PEOPLE HERE - that's the friggin common sense approach and these days only few psychos obsessed with destruction of Europe still don't get it.
Dougpol1 32 | 3,151
6 Feb 2016 #35
That's because WE DON'T WANT THESE PEOPLE HERE

So - what would have happened if the Romanians had closed their border in 1939 and told Poles to bugger off? You speak excellent English Grzegorz so you will be cognisant with the English term "Batting on a sticky wicket"? Also known as, you're talking bull.

PS MODS - this ON topic because I am on-topic - as to the 3 city pub culture, and when I am not staring perversely at the barmaids, I am always ready for a snarl at the refugee question.

Of course no rude words or threats are exchanged but the atmosphere of aggression is sadly there. In answer to the thread, there is LITTLE aggression in Polish pubs, as opposed to the UK.

I should know. i could build another house with what I have spent in pubs here:)
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163
6 Feb 2016 #36
if the Romanians had closed their border in 1939 and told Poles to bugger off?

Utter nonsense. Majority of Poles were military and state employees that were leaving the country to re-group and continue fighting against the enemy. These people aren't leaving to create an army in exile and then come back to defeat ISIS. Majority of them have nothing to do with any war. This is an army of 3rd worlders from 4 corners of the world. Soon the mass deportations will start and it won't happen peacefully as most of them won't be willing to leave. It will get bloody and likely also trigger off the civil war in many countries as local Muslims will be trying to help their "brothers". That's what madmen like you brought upon us so now don't even say a word.
Wulkan - | 3,251
6 Feb 2016 #37
Of course no rude words or threats are exchanged but the atmosphere of aggression is sadly there.

Yes, just because you don't want to accept local people's opinion that cultural suicide of Europe is a bad thing. You have sad and suicidal life, leave other people who live happily alone.
Dougpol1 32 | 3,151
6 Feb 2016 #38
you don't want to accept local people's opinion

And you don't criticise things British? I bloody well do.
Wulkan - | 3,251
6 Feb 2016 #39
And you don't criticise things British?

Sure I do, my mrs adopted a lot of things from me but I don't go around local pubs criticizing people for having English habits.
Bieganski 17 | 901
6 Feb 2016 #40
Poles have every right to have secure borders and reasonable laws regarding migration. If you believe this is being racist then you'll need to explain how other countries in the Middle East who are refusing refugees from Syria and other parts of the world aren't being racist.

The majority entering the EU are young male economic migrants anyway who are not Syrian at all. And those who are Syrian should absolutely go back and fight and die if necessary for their country. There are conflicts occurring all over the world. Germany and Sweden are now crying that they cannot cope with the intake. Even if Poland did take in millions of refugees as well it wouldn't end there. So who then determines who gets turned away and after how many? Of course you and your fellow racists on the left don't care about this.

I've paid more in tax money than you might earn in ten years.

Put a number on it and then explain how that is relevant in anyway to Poles wanting secure borders and reasonable laws regarding migration.

I have contributed and am entitled.

Yes, you certainly do suffer from an entitlement mentality. Many children can behave in such a petulant manner too at times but most outgrow it. You are proof though that some people can age greatly but never mature.

I am on 4 warnings so can't say what I really feel about Polish scum

Yep. Racist. Absolutely.
Ironside 48 | 9,843
6 Feb 2016 #41
But... I got dirty looks sometimes because I'm white, and was holding a Japanese girl's hand.

I'm not readying more as I call whoever wrote it on BS. You dude have no shame and no brains.

am a Canadian born Iranian.

You are a brainwashed bigot then and a kid obviously. Grow up!
[quote=Dougpol1]After a three wise dudes under a bridge decided to include in the term - racism things that have nothing to do with a race - that word is meaningless. Like you.
OP Mike00 1 | 29
7 Feb 2016 #42
Dude I did not write that. A Polish guy did. So much hatred on this thread, absolutely disgusting!
Wulkan - | 3,251
7 Feb 2016 #43
So much hatred on this thread

You need to get to the point.
Crow 137 | 7,721
7 Feb 2016 #44
people says that is feeling extraordinary when you take head of your opponent and hit it in concrete several times
WielkiPolak 58 | 1,034
7 Feb 2016 #45
Ask 1000 Poles what their feelings are about the refugees from Syria and the overwhelming majority wiil say " We don't want those people here.

I think you mix up racism with being level headed. A person does not have to dislike another race or culture, without wanting to allow to much of it in to their country in one go. In this sense, Polish people are smart. You can help some refugees, sure - but only the right ones, usually those with families who are genuinely running away for fear of their safety. Not too many either, otherwise they don't integrate, and that's very important. Poland wants to do the right thing by just taking families and spreading them out throughout the country.

The truth is multiculturalism has not worked anywhere. In Britain they keep banging on about how it is the countries biggest strength but it's all lies. The amount of problems it causes far outweighs the good and they know it, they just can't say it publicly.

As for guys in bars being unhappy with seeing Polish girls with an Arab looking guy, it's not just white European who act like this, even though the mainstream media would like us to believe it. Black girls get mad when a black guy is with a white girl and Asian don't like seeing their women with white men. It's a general thing. It's hard to explain, but there is some sort of jealousy there, to see somebody from a different culture out with someone from the opposite sex from your culture.
Kezcaisim 1 | 37
7 Feb 2016 #46
I've been in Poland several times before, and despite being a dark-skinned person from south America, I didn't experience any sort of racism. Not even when I was alone. In fact, some kibole even said "zapraszamy do naszym kraju" to me after I told them where I am from.

Some racism towards foreigners is justified. Way too often you see foreigners abroad behaving in primitive ways. I'm talking about the Germans and Brits in Spain, the Brits in Krakow, the Scandinavians in Asia, the Americans in Europe..obviously it's not all of them, but I can see how the actions of a few can cause the natives to think wrongly about an entire nation.

Then we have foreigners who go to Poland for the wrong reasons (to pick up local women or flaunt their money earned in the West) and then feel offended because a native man tries to put them in their place.
Wulkan - | 3,251
7 Feb 2016 #47
"zapraszamy do naszym kraju"

I didn't know kibole's Polish is so bad.
Kezcaisim 1 | 37
7 Feb 2016 #48
It was two years ago. I guess it should have been "naszego".
Turkishguy - | 1
11 Feb 2016 #50
Hi. I'm a middle aged Turkish guy who has never been to Poland before. I'm an atheist, i'm not a nationalist, therefore i believe I do not possess any religious or nationalist stereotype against Poland and Polish people.

Until a few years ago, I regulary played on an online bridge playing site called Bridge Base. Among Bridge Base players, Canadians had the most decency, manners and kindness. Southeast Asians, Israelis, Netherlanders, Americans and even Greeks were generally nice also . Unfortunately Polish people were the worst. I had witnessed several times that a Polish player, who played like drunk, made a wrong bid or missed the simplest maneuvre in the game, starts blaming his partner without a clue, usually with racist and profane comments. At last, I decided that it would be best to leave the game table when a Polish guy sat as a partner.

I won't claim that we Turks are the nicest people in the world, maybe we might be below world average in terms of manners, but the Polish people that i played at Bridge Base had really serious problems.

I'm wondering whether bridge playing is used in the rehabilitation program for uneducated, rednecked teenagers in Poland? Since most of the Polish I've played on bridge base acted as if they belong to that group.
dolnoslask
11 Feb 2016 #51
Ok we Polish are not renowned for our bridge playing, and we are bad losers that is for sure, no one got hurt, whats the problem?
delphiandomine 83 | 17,730
11 Feb 2016 #52
Ok we Polish are not renowned for our bridge playing,

On the contrary, Wrocław will host the World Bridge Games this year. Poland is quite strong at it and considered an elite nation, from what I recall.
dolnoslask
11 Feb 2016 #53
Did we win?, basketball in Poland is good, more fun than fighting.
Ali000
12 Feb 2016 #54
@Turkishguy Its not only limited to the bridge base considering Polish people
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163
12 Feb 2016 #55
Unfortunately Polish people were the worst.

Stop crying, man up.


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