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Chairman Kaczyński said..... / Opinions and ideas uttered by the leader of the PIS


mafketis 21 | 7,463
20 Oct 2010 #91
and remember remember the ...........................!

The Maine? The Alamo? I give up!
Trevek 26 | 1,702
20 Oct 2010 #92
Mr K seems to want to blame PO for an alleged hate campaign against PiS... I can really believe that calling someone a "mohair beret" is more likely to induce hatred than Mr K's own use of state police to set up stings against people (for political gain), blackmailing and terrorising a nation with alleged records of communist collaboration, making the country a joke in the EU and firing off all kinds of insulting rhetoric at all and sundry.
alexw68
20 Oct 2010 #93
I can really believe that calling someone a "mohair beret" is more likely to induce hatred

... and the sheer chutzpah of the man takes your breath away. I mean: pot, kettle, black? Das Moherkommando is PiS to a woman, right?
mafketis 21 | 7,463
20 Oct 2010 #94
It's the oldest trick in the book : Accuse your enemies of what you yourself are doing (it's surprisingly effective, which is probably how it got to be the oldest trick in the book).

There is no comparison in public rhetoric between PO and PiS in the last few months. Tusk and Komorowski's rhetoric has (mostly) been relatively sane and sober and even slightly conciliatory. PiS rhetoric has been hate filled, confrontational and verging on massive paranoia.

Reputable sources say that Kaczynski was drugged to the gills (on anti-depressents) during the presidential campaign (which is why he seemed more moderate, as if he'd 'changed'). Is his current behavior symptoms of withdrawal or he has a found a Dr. Feelgood who's got him on a new toxic coctail that's making him seem more and more unhinged?
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
21 Oct 2010 #95
The article is a little out-dated.
Now we already know that Kaczyński turned down President`s offer.

Jaroslaw Kaczynski will probably not accept an invitation by President Bronislaw Komorowski for talks, Thursday, on how to end the increasingly ugly conflict between the two leading political parties in Poland.

Jaroslaw Kaczynski said at a press conference on Wednesday that the murder of one of his party workers was proof “that democracy in Poland is under serious threat”. The source of the threat was “the spreading of hatred against the opposition - against Law and Justice”.

Ironside 48 | 9,900
22 Oct 2010 #96
The Maine? The Alamo? I give up!

Voilà! In view, a humble vaudevillian veteran, cast vicariously as both victim and villain by the vicissitudes of Fate. This visage, no mere veneer of vanity, is a vestige of the vox populi, now vacant, vanished. However, this valorous visitation of a by-gone vexation, stands vivified and has vowed to vanquish these venal and virulent vermin van-guarding vice and vouchsafing the violently vicious and voracious violation of volition."

youtube.com/v/wBadSmt2CIY&fs=1&rel=0
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
17 Dec 2010 #97
Muddle over Cameron's letter to Jaroslaw Kaczynski
17.12.2010 07:52
Downing Street is perplexed over Law and Justice leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski's claim that British PM David Cameron congratulated him for not accepting condolences from Vladimir Putin in the wake of the Smolensk air tragedy.

The muddle stems from an interview given by Kaczynski to the American version of Newsweek, published on 13 December.
[...]He added that he had been at Smolensk airport the same day to indentify the remains of his twin brother, President Lech Kaczynski, and was offered the opportunity to accept condolences from the Russian prime minister, but declined.

In a letter sent to the Law and Justice leader "David Cameron [...] congratulated me on this decision," Kaczynski told Newsweek.
The British PM's letter to Kaczynski, sent three days after the tragedy (April 13) is available to readers on the official website of the Law and Justice party. However, no direct reference to Kaczynski's rejection of the gesture by Vladimir Putin is made by Cameron.

"Words cannot express the pain you must be feeling at the loss of your twin-brother, your sister-in-law, and so many friends and colleagues," PM Cameron writes. "Your dignity and courage, both first in Russia and in the public ceremonies in Warsaw, has been truly remarkable," he adds.

Whether Cameron knew that Kaczynski had turned down the Russian offer of condolence at Smolensk is unclear.
Speaking to Poland's Radio ZET, David Cameron's press officer expressed bewilderment over Kaczynski's claim.
"We are surprised by this. The Prime Minister met with Mr Kaczynski in June and offered him his condolences. Neither the catastrophe nor the later events were further discussed during the meeting," said the Downing Street spokesman.


thenews.pl/international/?id=145671

Commenting on the breakup in his party, Kaczyński cracked a joke: Watchful party organs have thrown out one reptile and two amphibians. It is a joke based on stalinist rhetorics used in the book The History of the Bolshevik Party.

How to set " On " Jaroslaw Kaczynski , despite the confusion that caused the removal of the party Zbigniew Ziobro , Tadeusz Cymańskiego and Jack Kurski , exudes humor. At Monday's meeting of the club PiS Kaczynski stated that " watchful authorities threw party talks and two amphibians ."

After Tusk declared taxation for priests, Kaczyński declared that Tusk is an utter leftist who is planning to deliver a blow to the Church and renounce the pact with the Vatican. :):):):)

The Prime Minister of Poland prepares to task the Church mighty blow - found Jaroslaw Kaczynski , leader PO assessing words spoken during the exposé , in which the Prime Minister announced changes to pensions clergy. Thus , in his opinion , " announced the termination of the concordat , in fact ." The same "attack" Tusk has also assumed for the young generation by extending the period up to 67 years of age.
hague1cmaeron 14 | 1,377
19 Nov 2011 #98
Muddle over Cameron’s letter to Jaroslaw Kaczynski
17.12.2010 07:52

Interesting.
It's no muddle i am afraid it's once again prove positive that Kaczynski is a compulsive liar
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
10 Apr 2012 #99
He said today: The ruling party, PO - Civic Platform, and its leader, Prime Minister Donald Tusk, is morally and politically responsible for the former President`s, Lech Kaczyński`s, death in the plane catastrophe.

That was said 1.5 year ago.

In his most recent interview, he said

I have a feeling that my brother was murdered.

Both in Poland and abroad there are people who benefited from the crash and Lech Kaczyński`s demise.

I am not so insane as to tolerate Tusk who is responsible for the death of my closest.

Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163
10 Apr 2012 #100
I wonder what Donald "I will never rise taxes" Tusk thinks about it.
Ironside 48 | 9,900
10 Apr 2012 #101
They will never prove it!
jon357 63 | 14,255
10 Apr 2012 #102
I am not so insane as to tolerate Tusk who is responsible for the death of my closest.

The guy is unhinged. If he repeats that even once during a presidential bid, he'll be handing votes away, gift-wrapped.
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
3 May 2012 #103
Today, Jarosław Kaczyński called for the boycott of Ukrainian EURO 2012 because of human rights violations in Ukraine.

Other Polish politicians, including right parties, called his spout irresponsible and harmful for Poland.

I agree.

I hope the guy will be boycotted by voters at next elections. :):):):)
Ironside 48 | 9,900
6 May 2012 #104
After Tusk declared taxation for priests,

You should use that music and dance during your rallies of support for Tusk :D
youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Hc8usPlAYbg

I can picture you and other monkeys during that ritual :D
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
6 May 2012 #105
during your rallies of support

Sorry, no time for that.

I can picture you and other monkeys during that ritual :D

Thank you for inspiration, anyway. I will use this tusk dance in my school. :):):):):) The students will be delighted. :):):):)
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
6 May 2012 #106
On Saturday Jarosław called for the Euro 2012 final match to be moved from Kyiv to Warsaw. No other political grouping supports that call.
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
6 May 2012 #107
In this way, Jaro goes hand in hand with Erica Steinbach.

Its is just another proof that Kaczyński the Saviour will do anything, even ally with Satan, in order to topple the current government.
Ironside 48 | 9,900
6 May 2012 #108
In this way, Jaro goes hand in hand with Erica Steinbach.

And most of Europe's leaders, how about that ?
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
6 May 2012 #109
Most Europe`s leaders haven`t decided yet. They are preoccupied with other more important matters.

Steinbach suggested boycott last Tuesday, Kaczyński on Wednesday.
Ironside 48 | 9,900
6 May 2012 #110
Most Europe`s leaders haven`t decided yet. They are preoccupied with other more important matters.

Merkel is only one leader !
I understand that her flunky Tusk has to wait for her decision.

eubusiness.com/news-eu/ukraine-germany-fbl.gay

The Austrian government had said Wednesday it would boycott all Euro 2012 football matches in Ukraine after the country's chancellor already announced a similar move.

European Commission chief Jose Manuel Barroso has "no intention" of travelling to Ukraine, his office has said, following a similar decision by EU Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding.

OP pawian 161 | 9,971
6 May 2012 #111
Iron, I thought you meant EUROPEAN leaders.

Sorry if I didn`t understand you had Prince William in mind as well. I must be too dumb for that. :):):):):):)

:):):):):):)

Kaczyński said: President Komorowski, who has just signed the retirement reform, isn`t the representative of the whole Polish nation.

Theoretically, it is true. Komorowski was chosen by 53% voters.
xzqbq7 2 | 104
2 Jun 2012 #112
President Komorowski, who has just signed the retirement reform, isn`t the representative

Your italic implies a quote, but Is it?

I came across this statement: "jest on - jak się okazało - reprezentantem jednej opcji politycznej, a nie reprezentantem całego narodu".

English: "he is - as it was shown - representing one political option, not the whole nation"
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
2 Jun 2012 #113
Your italic implies a quote, but Is it?

Sorry, I forgot to post the link whose content I translated.

The sentence in italics is a quote based on this article.

Poland's President Bronislaw Komorowski signed a bill to extend the retirement age was a representative of one political option , and not representative of the entire nation - a resolution to this effect on Saturday adopted a Political Council Law and Justice . The position of the party during the conference gave the president of the party , Jarosław Kaczyński .
xzqbq7 2 | 104
2 Jun 2012 #114
The sentence in italics is a quote based on this article.

No, it isn't. The article has the same quote as I found (Jak się okazało, jest on reprezentantem jednej opcji politycznej, a nie reprezentantem całego narodu).

Your translation comes form the title, not the actual article.

So ladies and gentelmen, we have found here a classic example of media manipulation. Best argument ever for allowing TV Trwam on multiplex.
btw I thought you were impartial.
jon357 63 | 14,255
2 Jun 2012 #115
Best argument ever for allowing TV Trwam on multiplex.

A televangelist station that almost nobody watches?
xzqbq7 2 | 104
2 Jun 2012 #116
televangelist station that almost nobody watches

You don't, and I do. So we can say that 50% of the two of us is watching TV Trwam.
btw I just finished watching this program and there was nothing televangelist in it (just boring politician):

tv-trwam.pl/index.php?section=ppw&sectio=01-06-12
jon357 63 | 14,255
2 Jun 2012 #117
And only a small fraction of the viewing populace watch that particular discredited religious propaganda source.
xzqbq7 2 | 104
2 Jun 2012 #118
50% of the two of us is watching

Sorry, I am a slow thinker, I just realized that you must be watching TV Trwam, since you know their programming.
So 100% of us are watching.
Thank you Pawian and jon357 for making arguments in favor of allowing TV Trwam on multiplex.
Now, we just have to convince the government....
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
2 Jun 2012 #119
So ladies and gentelmen, we have found here a classic example of media manipulation. Best argument ever for allowing TV Trwam on multiplex.

Oh, come on! Don`t be so nitpicking and catching at a straw. I have more interesting things to do on a Saturday evening than translate Kaczyński word to word. :):):):):):):):)

He isn`t worth it, really. :):):):):)

My translation rendered the main important message of his words quite closely, didn`t it?

But thank you for your valuable input, anyway.

btw I thought you were impartial.

:):):):)

BTW, I thought you were wiser, especially when you started the thread about the petition. :):):):)

Thank you Pawian and jon357 for making arguments in favor of allowing TV Trwam on multiplex.

As I said in the proper thread, I don`t care about TV and hardly ever watch it today. I don`t even know what it is all about with this multiplex.

Now, we just have to convince the government....

We means who and which government do you want to convince?
WielkiPolak 58 | 1,034
2 Jun 2012 #120
Nice thread. I find it is often the people who are ridiculed and mocked in life that we later learn were great people.


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