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What should I do against racist family from Poland? (I am Turkish)


Ineedhelp
3 Dec 2015  #1
Hi, I am Turkish. And I was talking with Polish girl since 10 months. After all this time she decided to tell her parents about me. But suddenly I turned into most evil guy on earth. They took her phone and pc. Forced her to delete me from everywhere in internet. And they are watching her all the time. I really love her. In this occasion I learned I can't live without her. Sadly I don't know what to do. Should I go to her parents and try to talk?
smurf 39 | 1,982
3 Dec 2015  #2
Should I go to her parents and try to talk?

Yea dude, do that. And get it on video so we can all see what happens.

My honest advice: get over it, move on, get another woman. And don't meet women over the Internet, go to a feckin bar and try conversing with an actual human.
Ironside 47 | 9,624
3 Dec 2015  #3
Nothing as you should well know if you are really Turkish.
OP Ineedhelp
3 Dec 2015  #4
@smurf

It's easy to say get over. Usually I do that too. But you can't say just bye and go on when you love someone.

If I need someone from bars I can talk that girls. But I don't think I want another girl.

@Ironside I am actually half Bulgarian haf Turkish but don't think if its help
mafketis 20 | 7,046
3 Dec 2015  #5
And they are watching her all the time.

Just putting this out there: There have been a few cases of foreigners with similar stories about families "preventing" them from contacting their boyfrien and eventually it turns out.... that that was a lie (ie she wanted to end the relationship and blamed parents).

This sounds like that. If a Polish woman really wants you she's not going to let parents get in the way.

Probably best to move on.
OP Ineedhelp
3 Dec 2015  #6
@mafketis

I will meet with her one last time to ask that. If she is thinking in your way. It's really time to move on. But if she is really who you think. I am the stupidest person on earth to believe her.
mafketis 20 | 7,046
3 Dec 2015  #7
I am the stupidest person on earth to believe her.

I'm not saying it's the way I described but if it is then don't beat yourself up about it, a lot of guys have fallen for it. Just chalk it up to experience and move on.
Levi 12 | 450
3 Dec 2015  #8
It is her family. It is not a crime (even less racism) a girl respect the decision of her parents.

So move on.

By the way, a lot of families from your country, Turkey, would do exactly the same thing so you have no right to say what others need to do.

Get over it
jon357 63 | 14,120
3 Dec 2015  #9
I will meet with her one last time to ask that. If she is thinking in your way. It's really time to move on.

I think this is the best thing to do. What sort of people are her parents?

As in so much, you should expect the worst but hope for the best.
Wulkan - | 3,251
3 Dec 2015  #10
What should I do against racist family from Poland?

I very much doubt that this girl wants anything to do with the race card player.
Borsukrates
3 Dec 2015  #11
Depends how badly you want that girl. You can move on, but - assuming you're Muslim - you could convert to Christianity to ease their fears. Personally I wouldn't do that (not to mention I'm atheist) because I would lose respect for myself.

Try to talk to her parents, try to understand why they're so much against you. Maybe you can dispel their fears - or maybe you can see what sort of family it is...
jon357 63 | 14,120
3 Dec 2015  #12
Try to talk to her parents, try to understand why they're so much against you.

This is a good idea. They might just be closed minded in all sorts of ways; not handling the unexpected well.
Tictactoe
3 Dec 2015  #13
I would get away from her. If her parents are rasict which they sound, then you will just suffer for years with them and you are young and don't need that kind of rubbish. Tell her that her parents are rasict and you don't want it in your life, sorry and good luck.
Ironside 47 | 9,624
3 Dec 2015  #14
They might just be closed minded in all sorts of ways; not

On the other hand they might not want to marry their daughter to a Muslim. Good for them!
OP Ineedhelp
3 Dec 2015  #15
I am appreciate for all of answers. Yes i am Muslim. And we never thought it was a problem. But after you guys. I can see whats going on. She don't want me anymore. So time to move on. Thanks for making me understand. It was good lesson for me.
Wulkan - | 3,251
4 Dec 2015  #16
Try to talk to her parents, try to understand why they're so much against you.

Yep, talk to their parents and tell them that they are racist like you did on this forum, they'll just love you in no time.

Yes i am Muslim. And we never thought it was a problem.

But for some reason you would think it is a problem if I wanted to marry your sister without converting to islam, funny isn't it?
nothanks - | 640
4 Dec 2015  #17
What percentage of Turk-Polak relationships involve Turkish male? 95% I would guess.

Eventually half Turk-Polak daughters will choose Polish male but at the moment it's an uncomfortable one way road

My general experience with Polish/European women involved with Muslims: cautionary. Most are/were liberals before they met their partners. Now they are either super conservative house-mothers OR anti-White social justice warriors. I see them posting non-stop on Facebook second guessing and criticizing Europe/USA but never a peep about Turkey. It's mind-blowing. As if Turkey does not play a central part in the current Migrant Crisis/Syrian War.

It has gotten to the point that I almost rather not associate with them. These women will label Eastern Europe as backwards, while at the same-time not even touching the subject of Turkey. Then they are the first to cry "Why are people/media so fixated on Paris. Why not suffering in the Middle East?". Meanwhile these women continue living in Europe

My first hand experience with an extended family member going from full blooded Polak to Turkish partner - it is frankly annoying. Completely different culture. Turks are a proud people and many Polish women self-hate, so it is a popular combination. Along with blacks in the UK. Polish women do not have a good reputation in Western Civilization for this very reason.
DuRnaa - | 6
4 Dec 2015  #18
So time to move on.

I'm not sure if you really love her. Only a few comments or suggestion or whatever you say, can change what you believe, you directly believe every fckn commen without questioning the girl about that issue..

If her parents are that serious problem, so no need to struggle because it is the sign of that you will never be able to find the peace...
Marc1986
8 Dec 2015  #19
"But for some reason you would think it is a problem if I wanted to marry your sister without converting to islam, funny isn't it?"

Exactly.

Turks complain when a polish father doesnt want her daughter to marry a turk.

But themselves would NEVER allow their sisters to marry a non-muslim unless he convert to Islam.

Hypocritical at maximum.
polishscum
18 Apr 2016  #20
All present polish are a product of Russian and german rape against there women.. how does feel that your women are dirty ******.. your grandmothers where dirty little ******. You souka *****
Wulkan - | 3,251
18 Apr 2016  #21
All present polish are a product of Russian and german rape against there women..

I'm sure I have seen this guy before.

You souka

hmm you must be Japanese...
Ironside 47 | 9,624
18 Apr 2016  #22
Hey polishedscum do you think that you can dazzle us with your shine?
Atch 17 | 2,776
18 Apr 2016  #23
Well he won't be dazzling anyone with his spelling, that's for sure, can't spell either in Polish or English, also needs instruction in the use of capitalisation. From his username it would appear that he knows how to polish scum. Never heard of it before, would that be with a floor polisher I wonder or an aerosol can and duster of some sort? How does one polish scum?? It must be something peculiar to whatever strange country he hails from.


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