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MareGaea 29 | 2,752
13 May 2010 #31
Indeed, my friend, indeed :)


M-G (now go and get me some wine - been waiting freaking ages for you to serve me some drink)
espana 17 | 935
13 May 2010 #32
the poles invaded britain , it is normal this antipolonism.
chrum - | 1
14 May 2010 #33
Maybe in Lithuania?

I'm a new user and I cannot post a hyperlink. Check www . kurierwilenski . lt and article named "The Police Threaten Fines for Hanging a Polish Flag".

mafketis 34 | 11,872
14 May 2010 #34
I remember a story from my 15-year old student from a few years back. He told me that a couple of Italian shopkeepers refused to speak to him in English. They persisted in speaking Italian and it drove him nuts as his English was top drawer.

Huh? 'refused' presupposes that they could speak English. Was this in Italy? Britain?

(I've never been, but from what I hear English doesn't get you very far in most of Italy, French goes a lot further).

As for most Anti-Polish country in Europe, I would nominate Belarus.
southern 75 | 7,096
14 May 2010 #35
Yes,one girl from Belarus described to me the Poles as monsters.She told me we and Russians love each other but the polish did lots of evil things to Belarus.
Crow 153 | 10,714
14 May 2010 #36

its nothing but form of `drang nach osten` (drive to the east)

but the polish did lots of evil things to Belarus.

true? when?
polonius 54 | 420
31 Oct 2012 #37
Merged: Anti-Polonism, not anti-Semitism?

The Anti-defamtaion League of B'nai B'rith and otehr Jeiwsh forums and websites never concern themselves with anti-Polish discrimination and rightly so. Their sole thrust are the issues, causes, concerns, interests and good name of the Jewish people. They usually also conveniently overlook any wrongs Jews have committed against Poland (from siding with the partitioning powers and KPP subversion in the inter-war period to the persecution of Poles by the Soviet-installed terrorist regime). Since PF deals with Polish issues, concerns and interests, why should it be so precocupeid with some alien -ism?

Of course, anti-Polonism is no better or worse than any other form os discrimiantion. Anti-Kurdism, Anti-Hispanicism and anti-Hungarianism are no different from anti-Semitism in that they all involve a negative bias. And all of them deserve to be discussed and analysed, but not necessarily on PF.
Varsovian 92 | 634
31 Oct 2012 #38
I think this topic has been discussed too much on PF.
Let's drop it, huh?
polonius 54 | 420
31 Oct 2012 #39
I agree, but not a day goes by that some PFer doesn''t raise the spectre of anti-Semitism. They are the ones who should be told that the topic has already been ridden to death. The a-S word appears on PF 10 maybe 20 times more often than anti-Polonism, Polanophobia or any other anti-Polish formualtion.

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