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OP pawian 161 | 9,971
5 Aug 2012 #241
does it work this way ?

No, it doesn`t, at least in my case, I don`t know about others, ask Ironside. :):):):)

I am asking seriously...

And I gave you a serious answer......
Ironside 48 | 9,900
5 Aug 2012 #242
I am asking seriously...

Serious answer:

Scapegoating as a group however, requires that ingroup members settle on a specific target to blame for their problems. Scapegoating is also more likely to appear when a group has experienced difficult, prolonged negative experiences (as opposed to minor annoyances). When negative conditions frustrate a group's attempts at successful acquisition of its most essential needs (e.g., food, shelter)

pis
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
5 Aug 2012 #243
Wow, Ironside, I see you have mastered the art of posting pictures in the forum!

Great! Now we will tear this forum apart with awesome photos!!! :):):):):)
jon357 63 | 14,255
9 Aug 2012 #244
Will he go along and unveil this?
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
10 Aug 2012 #245
Why not?

Hey, I am really worried. The Chairman has remained silent since 22 July. What is wrong?

Being silent, he is more aggressive than when he speaks.
stefczyk.info/publicystyka/opinie/a-kaczynski-wciaz-milczy-agresywnie

Come on, we need new feedback for the thread!!!
delphiandomine 83 | 17,771
25 Aug 2012 #246
Hey, I am really worried. The Chairman has remained silent since 22 July. What is wrong?

Prezes must be taking a holiday somewhere.

Either that, or he's decided to just let Macierewicz make a fool out of himself for a change ;)
sofijufka 2 | 191
25 Aug 2012 #247
Hey, I am really worried. The Chairman has remained silent since 22 July. What is wrong?

his mother is critically ill
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
25 Aug 2012 #248
Oh yes, I forgot, though it has lasted for a few years now.

wpolityce.pl/wydarzenia/34479-se-prezes-pis-czuwa-przy-chorej-matce-jadwiga-kaczynska-od-kilku-dni-przebywa-w-szpitalu

Respect.
sofijufka 2 | 191
25 Aug 2012 #249
she was so beautiful - even several years ago she was quite handsome still...
sobieski 107 | 2,128
25 Aug 2012 #250
Look at the breakdown of the voting results. PIS is overwhelmingly Polska B. The poor, uneducated, backward RM lot vote for them. Plus the religious nuts and the smolenkist sectarians.

Thought it would be interesting to know why some of these "voters" choose SP and not PIS?
WielkiPolak 58 | 1,034
25 Aug 2012 #251
No matter what he does it gets spun in to some crap and the experts of mainstream media know why he is doing it? For crying out loud even when he grieved 2 and a half years ago [almost] they made up some 'he is just grieving for political reasons' crap. Some of you are good at spin though, you should work for the mainstream TV and radio, you would give them just what they want and might get a nice pay off from it.
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
25 Aug 2012 #252
you should work for the mainstream TV and radio,

Don`t forget newspapers and magazines! :):):)

might get a nice pay off from it.

Do you suggest sth like Judas` silver coins?
WielkiPolak 58 | 1,034
25 Aug 2012 #253
If you like silver coins then sure why not.
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
25 Aug 2012 #254
No, I prefer sliver coins. :):):)
delphiandomine 83 | 17,771
26 Aug 2012 #255
For crying out loud even when he grieved 2 and a half years ago [almost] they made up some 'he is just grieving for political reasons' crap.

And what happened? The second he lost to Komorowski, he went back to his usual self. Either the drugs wore off, or it was all an act. The way that he took revenge on the people who orchestrated his (almost successful) election campaign was nothing short of psychotic, too.

you should work for the mainstream TV and radio

This tired old line again?

The mainstream media isn't against PiS as such - they just quote them word for word. It's normally enough to quote Kaczynski and Macierewicz directly.
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
26 Aug 2012 #256
It's normally enough to quote Kaczynski and Macierewicz directly.

:):):):)

That`s why the silence is so odd. Irritating. Disturbing!
Shyt, the Chairman vexes people on purpose!!! What refined malice!!!!!!
:):):):)

Public distrust to JK is 53% - the highest of all politicians. Second is Palikot with 50%.

That`s why the silence is so odd. Irritating. Disturbing! Shyt, the Chairman vexes people on purpose!!! What refined malice!

He spoke yesterday at last. But, nothing important.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,771
31 Aug 2012 #257
Public distrust to JK is 53% - the highest of all politicians. Second is Palikot with 50%.

Only 53%? That's surprising... still, shows why he'll never be Prime Minister.

Palikot at 50% is no surprise, but I think he knows that in a perfect world, he'll be kingmaker, not the king.
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
31 Aug 2012 #258
Only 53%? That's surprising... still, shows why he'll never be Prime Minister.

How about giving the guy some advice? What can he do to get better ratings?

E.g., he should stop senseless attacks on the ruling party and its government and present his own plan to improve what is still faulty in Poland. They say he is going to do it on Sunday. Expose!!!

E.g., he should stop senseless attacks on the ruling party and its government and present his own plan to improve what is still faulty in Poland. They say he is going to do it on Sunday. Expose!!!

So he did.

No need to repeat what is being discussed in another thread - check it out there: polishforums.com/news/kaczynski-presents-alternative-thievery-61711/ - Kaczyński presents alternative to PO thievery in Poland

In short:

The chairman invited a plethora of experts to discuss the newly proposed PiS` economic scheme.

However, he somehow missed the current Finance Minister.

The reason: I can`t recall any serious performance by Mr Rostowski and we are intent on holding a serious debate.
WielkiPolak 58 | 1,034
10 Sep 2012 #259
Why not create on of these for other politicians or do people find Jarek so fascinating?

On a site note, something that my mum noticed, why do people only refer to Kaczynski as 'ducky?' What is Tusk's first name?
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
10 Sep 2012 #260
something that my mum noticed,

Your mum is a good observer, like all mums. Nothing hides from them.

why do people only refer to Kaczynski as 'ducky?'

Duck is pejorative and meant to hurt.

What is Tusk's first name?

It is neutral as Tusk also seems neutral to most people.

Why not create on of these for other politicians or do people find Jarek so fascinating?

You are free to do what you want.
WielkiPolak 58 | 1,034
10 Sep 2012 #261
You are free to do what you want.

Am I? I think you rushed that statement. Even on this forum I am not that free. Anyway if I did create a topic for someone else I get the feeling it would not be as popular, would it?
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
10 Sep 2012 #262
Anyway if I did create a topic for someone else I get the feeling it would not be as popular, would it?

Depends if you take care of it.
boletus 30 | 1,366
11 Sep 2012 #263
It's like watering your plants. Look here:

I am regarded as a breath of fresh air - Marta Kaczyńska
I hope that in the future you will be the first Polish president - a woman! You have all abilities, so I hope that this will happen - Lucyna, an internet surfer

I wonder if this has anything to do with this announcement:
According to Mariusz Kamiński, on September 29 his party will present a nonpartizan candidate for a prime minister, who will take over after the current Tusk reżime is successfully challenged and defeated by vote of no confidence. Kamiński added that that person is not currently engaged in politics, but is a professor, and an expert in economy, finances and management.

Profesor Marta K?
delphiandomine 83 | 17,771
11 Sep 2012 #264
Anyway if I did create a topic for someone else I get the feeling it would not be as popular, would it?

Why not? All politicians say stupid stuff at times. It's just that Kaczynski suffers from not actually listening to media advisors (or Ziobro) who actually understand how to deal with the press/etc.

I am regarded as a breath of fresh air - Marta Kaczyńska

By who? :D She's regarded as a complete idiot by much of the electorate, and even PiS themselves aren't so stupid as to allow a complete liability like her near a bid for the Presidency. She's even worse than her uncle for doing remarkably stupid things politically - and she would never gain the respect of much of the male PiS electorate. Not to mention that she sent her children to an American school rather than a proper Polish school...

According to Mariusz Kamiński, on September 29 his party will present a nonpartizan candidate for a prime minister, who will take over after the current Tusk reżime is successfully challenged and defeated by vote of no confidence. Kamiński added that that person is not currently engaged in politics, but is a professor, and an expert in economy, finances and management.

More of this vote of no confidence talk?

And somehow, I can't imagine them proposing any candidate who isn't linked to PiS - which would be the only possible way that they could hope to win such a vote.
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
11 Sep 2012 #265
I am regarded as a breath of fresh air - Marta Kaczyńska

Probably, if she uses a lot of perfume on her. But it is not enough to boost the brains which seems a little underdeveloped. Like in a bird. :):):)

Not to mention that she sent her children to an American school rather than a proper Polish school...

Delph, relax. She is going to be a popular mascot like Lady Diana, sort of People`s Princess or sth, while Kaczyński - a back seat driver.

I hope that in the future you will be the first Polish president - a woman! You have all abilities, so I hope that this will happen - Lucyna, an internet surfer

Lucyna is a nickname of Marta`s husband, most probably. :):):):)

During today`s rally, JK said sth very funny about his plans for removing present PO government:

We are not elbowing through to get power. We want a neutral government which will lead Polish matters in a different way.

He talked about this afternoon during an open meeting with the residents of Bialystok. President of the Law and Justice visited on Saturday Podlaskie . At noon he was in Lomza , after a visit to Bialystok meet even the evening with residents of Suwalki. Kaczynski said he travels to Poland to convince Poles to change the government , because everyone can this idea help . Urged to be active , participate in marches independence.

The leader of the opposition party said that in this program , on which work has started and will be specified at each of the ministers in the next government, PiS will have to do.

delphiandomine 83 | 17,771
6 Oct 2012 #266
We are not elbowing through to get power. We want a neutral government which will lead Polish matters in a different way.

A neutral government appointed by him?

The fact that PO haven't even reacted to the news about Glinski says it all.
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
6 Oct 2012 #267
A neutral government appointed by him?

These 6 words are enough to cause a burst of laughter. :):):):):)
Ironside 48 | 9,900
6 Oct 2012 #268
A neutral government appointed by him?

The fact that PO haven't even reacted to the news about Glinski says it all.

Are you both getting paid for posting like that? I think you do:)
delphiandomine 83 | 17,771
6 Oct 2012 #269
Would be nice. Any idea who might pay me for it?
OP pawian 161 | 9,971
6 Oct 2012 #270
Let`s reverse it: who is paying Ironside for posting crap about Poland?


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