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Young Poles say: Hurray for decay?


Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
3 Sep 2010 #1
Those who claim Polish young people are not vulnerable to the kind of social decay, decadence and proliferating moral rot that now permeates the West should take a closer look. Any perusal of the Polish online media will reveal numerous signs that things are moving in precisely the direction described in the link below. The situation in Poland may still not be as extreme, but isn't it only a question of time?

crossroad.to/News/prn&promiscuity.html
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
3 Sep 2010 #2
2010, not 1910, societies change..get a phucking grip! Or maybe even visit Poland!
plk123 8 | 4,150
3 Sep 2010 #3
The situation in Poland may still not be as extreme,

huh? sure never seen any "galerianki" in the usa.. have you? i'd call that extreme as hell; i guess you wouldn't?
jonni 16 | 2,485
3 Sep 2010 #4
That link seems to be from some religious extremist site, unconnected with Poland.

Perhaps the original poster thinks that people in Poland should be somehow frozen in time, as if in a scene from a wojciech kossak painting, all in villages wearing headscarves and never watching tv or traveling more than a few kilometres from their home.
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
3 Sep 2010 #5
Are you suggeting that decay and moral rot are something modern? Not on your life! Sodom and Gomorrah were recorded thousands of years ago!
plk123 8 | 4,150
3 Sep 2010 #6
why are you blaming it all on the west?
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,444
3 Sep 2010 #7
instead of human nature;). Somehow he thinks that Poland is immune and as Jonni said should remain:

Perhaps the original poster thinks that people in Poland should be somehow frozen in time, as if in a scene from a wojciech kossak painting, all in villages wearing headscarves and never watching tv or traveling more than a few kilometres from their home.

plk123 8 | 4,150
3 Sep 2010 #8
instead of human nature;)

right.. i wonder if he thinks the east is (was) better.. hmm
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
3 Sep 2010 #9
Well, my dictionary says a galernik was a slave that rowed ancient ships. Is a galerianka a female version? And where do you have ancient ships nowadays?

As for extremism, I don't think too many Polish kids bring knives and guns to school, do they? In the Detroit area that is not uncommon.
jonni 16 | 2,485
3 Sep 2010 #10
I don't think too many Polish kids bring knives and guns to school, do they?

Fortunately private gun ownership is highly restricted in most of Europe, including Poland, but carrying knives in PL is regarded a little differently, especially away from big cities.
plk123 8 | 4,150
3 Sep 2010 #11
Is a galerianka a female version?

miejski.pl/slowo-Galerianka
imdb.com/title/tt1499228/

also check out some clips on youtube
mafketis 21 | 7,483
3 Sep 2010 #12
Those who claim Polish young people are not vulnerable to the kind of social decay, decadence and proliferating moral rot that now permeates the West

Who says that? Why should Polish young people not be .... human, with all the typical weaknesses thereof?
Seanus 15 | 19,706
3 Sep 2010 #13
Why can't you let life takes its natural course, Pol3? Lead your own life, avoid harming yourself and others and show respect for those that earn it. Be virtuous if you wish but don't expect others to play your tune too.

You are out of touch with the reality here, Pol3. Polish youth is not that corrupted and don't try and protect them like they are golden as they are children like any other. Football kids can be but parents let them go to matches. You can't always protect people from themselves.

Sorry, life take :) No world crusades please, Pol3
zetigrek
3 Sep 2010 #14
Are you suggesting that decay and moral rot are something modern? Not on your life! Sodom and Gomorrah were recorded thousands of years ago!

Yeah, we all like prns...

As for extremism, I don't think too many Polish kids bring knives and guns to school, do they?

No but they put trach bin on teachers head sometimes...
Seanus 15 | 19,706
3 Sep 2010 #15
pûrn or pûrnos, Zeti :) Prn flicks is possible too.

LOL, we used to throw rubbers (erasers, not condoms) at the RE teacher in our school. He often got stotted with a big one right between his earbrows. A michty fine stoatin aff the cupin he got :)
plk123 8 | 4,150
3 Sep 2010 #16
show respect for those that earn it.

no, show respect for others.. it's not something one has to earn.. that's one thing that is completely effed up about the "west"..

trach

traSh.. or refuse..

Yeah, we all like prns...

you do? :)
Seanus 15 | 19,706
3 Sep 2010 #17
Sorry, you show courtesy to others based on the assumption that they are good people. That's how I live my life, even if I may think they are otherwise. However, I don't automatically respect people and won't. Respect is earned!
plk123 8 | 4,150
3 Sep 2010 #18
so, you kick the old ladies on the tram.. because they may be evil, right? how about the boy with crutches? kick them from underneath him as he hasn't earned your respect? is that right?

that's effed up, man.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
3 Sep 2010 #19
Do you understand what courtesy means, plk123? Because sb hasn't earned my respect doesn't mean I do bad by them and harm them.

Besides, Gliwice phased trams out ;) ;)
plk123 8 | 4,150
3 Sep 2010 #20
courtesy = respect

Besides, Gliwice phased trams out ;) ;)

they used to have them there actually? never been to Gliwice.. thought it was somewhat small.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
3 Sep 2010 #21
wiki.answers.com/Q/Difference_between_courtesy_and_respect

I agree with this.

Yeah, Frankiewicz did away with them. Stupid git!
plk123 8 | 4,150
3 Sep 2010 #22
I agree with this.

do you, really?

how did these folks earn your R-E-S-P-E-C-T.

i.e. , parents, siblings, teachers, grandparents, etc.

:)

Yeah, Frankiewicz did away with them. Stupid git!

bummer
Seanus 15 | 19,706
3 Sep 2010 #23
In many ways, ma man, in many ways :) By investing their time and effort into helping me with various things. Credit where credit is due :)
plk123 8 | 4,150
3 Sep 2010 #24
Credit where credit is due

so, you had 0 respect for your teacher the first day you walked into class, is that right? lol
Seanus 15 | 19,706
3 Sep 2010 #25
No, as I said, respect is earned and isn't given out automatically. Quite a few of my teachers didn't earn my respect at all for a host of reasons.
plk123 8 | 4,150
3 Sep 2010 #26
Quite a few of my teachers didn't earn my respect at all for a host of reasons.

in my case, many lost my respect..

so, you had 0 respect for your teacher the first day you walked into class, is that right? lol

so i am right then, eh?
Seanus 15 | 19,706
3 Sep 2010 #27
On the first point, me too.

I had respect for their position as I was younger then and more conditioned into the nonsense that you automatically respect your elders. Oh, how I've grown ;) ;)
smurf 39 | 1,981
4 Sep 2010 #28
OP that must be one of the worst lookin website i've ever seen, you should get yourself a wordpress blog or a blogger account
Chicago Pollock 7 | 504
4 Sep 2010 #29
Polonius3

George Washington in his farewell address said that we get our morals from our churches. He didn't say that we got our morals from the legislature or the courts. If the West is immoral it is the responsibility of its churches. You can't legislate morality, if you could what would be the role of the Church???

As for extremism, I don't think too many Polish kids bring knives and guns to school, do they? In the Detroit area that is not uncommon.

We all know who this is. You know this is not mainstream America.

jonni

Fortunately private gun ownership is highly restricted in most of Europe

It's got nothing to do with it, a gun is an inanimate object.
plk123 8 | 4,150
4 Sep 2010 #30
Oh, how I've grown ;) ;)

actually became a bit less civilized. ;) :)

You can't legislate morality,

tell that to the righties of this world

You know this is not mainstream America.

knives and guns being brought to school? of course it is.. it's constantly in the news..

It's got nothing to do with it, a gun is an inanimate object.

correct but the wild animals don't know how to "play" well with guns in most instances. i think i would know.


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