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Polish Domination by Germany


kolej1 1 | 11
11 Dec 2011 #1
What do you all think of Poland becoming a part of the new Greater Germany under Emperess Merkel due to the Euro crisis.
Perhaps you may also think that losing the zloty for the Euro is not such a good idea.Perhaps the UK has done the best thing after all!

Soon all your money will be gone feeding the Greeks and Italians,et al.-while Merkel dines in splendour.
Crow 137 | 7,978
11 Dec 2011 #2
Polish Domination by Germany

Poles, you awakening now?

Should i just remind you how i warned that German commanders commanding to the Polish Kosovo troops? See? German domination exists on all levels. Prepare yourself, its just the beginning
rock - | 460
11 Dec 2011 #3
It seems Merkel pleases Hitler and creates the German Empire without blood.

Are all European countries such helpless ?
Seanus 15 | 19,706
11 Dec 2011 #4
Rock, if Turkey were in the EU (which Von Rompuy laughed at btw) (he is a fool), what would they be doing differently? We all know Tusk is naive but how would Erdogan handle Merkozy?
sascha 1 | 826
11 Dec 2011 #5
What do you all think of Poland becoming a part of the new Greater Germany under Emperess Merkel due to the Euro crisis.

you shouldnt talk/write in future tense but more in present tense. its a fact already...

Soon all your money will be gone feeding the Greeks and Italians,et al.-while Merkel dines in splendour.

that money actually is not wasted if you think like that. merkoyz use that to get even a better grip on them, like they used kleingeld for others, pl f.e..

It seems Merkel pleases Hitler and creates the German Empire without blood.

looks like that...

if Turkey were in the EU (which Von Rompuy laughed at btw) (he is a fool), what would they be doing differently? We all know Tusk is naive but how would Erdogan handle Merkozy?

...just think about boots... ;)
rock - | 460
11 Dec 2011 #6
I am quite sure Turkey will offer for the failed countries to leave euro zone temporarily. They could return when they recover. If it is not accepted Turkey would act like Britain.
legend 3 | 664
11 Dec 2011 #7
Its the 4th riech except instead of fascist dictator its a socialist/liberal capitalist leader.
sascha 1 | 826
11 Dec 2011 #8
I am quite sure Turkey will offer for the failed countries to leave euro zone temporarily.

what will they offer? money, emotional support? just kiddin'...it will be hard to coexist with the powerhouse neraby dictating what going on in 23 countries...

If it is not accepted Turkey would act like Britain

they are in the uk position. eu will not let turkey in. fact. maybe some colaborational contract or similar.

Its the 4th riech except instead of fascist dictator its a socialist/liberal capitalist leader.

...and yet you dont feel it on your skin. thats why many people dont see it that way. ;)
OP kolej1 1 | 11
11 Dec 2011 #9
sascha
Sorry-I was not aware that Poland is already part of Greater Germany.Very remiss of me!
rock - | 460
11 Dec 2011 #10
maybe some colaborational contract or similar.

hahaha. NEVER.
sascha 1 | 826
11 Dec 2011 #11
sascha
Sorry-I was not aware that Poland is already part of Greater Germany.Very remiss of me!

no need to be cynical or ironical....i am not agreeing with ger's politics and it is not on the map but practical on the comp...;) conquering these days has other ways. ask southern...
Seanus 15 | 19,706
11 Dec 2011 #12
A number of press articles have criticised Merkel for being too tame. Given her relatively insecure position according to some polls, she has to toughen up and the latest raft of measures will be seen as just that. However, she should beware of costly ego trips.
Natasa 1 | 580
11 Dec 2011 #13
socialist/liberal capitalist leader.

Nope. Markel is CDU, Christian (why?) Democratic (why ?????????) Union (!), it is as right as one legal party could be. OK there are some marginal ones hiding behind even nicer sounding names...;)

There is nothing socialist or liberal about that party or its voters . I know CDU voters. I talked to them. Interesting bunch. It was snowing and temperature fast decreased below zero C inside the restaurant.

I had to go outside to melt the ice of my eyelashes and to make my heart pump the blood back into my whiter shade of pale in my face.

;))
irishguy11 6 | 157
11 Dec 2011 #14
The whole point of the EU is to bring the countries together and to make the union stronger that if we had 27 seperate countries operating alone. The downside is Germany and France seem to have more power, because they are more worried that their ratings will be cut.

I know that not everyone here will like this, but seeing that Germany economy is performing so well, would it not be a bad thing for all of us to become a little more german in our manner in relation to our economy. As I Irishman(before you start giving out why is a irish man on here, I have company that employs 10 fulltime people in poland) I can see that our county needs a massive change in our mindset. Here you can go on the social welfare(188 euro per week), get your rent paid, your medical paid. I would prefer to see a system of people unemployed not getting cash, but getting vouchers for food and basics, maybe a little cash like 30 or 40 eur per week. Sorry I went on a bit of a rant off topic, but we need to adopt the german thinking
sascha 1 | 826
11 Dec 2011 #15
Markel is CDU

hm, she's called merkel...

Christian (why?)

taufe

Democratic (why ?????????)

she got elected ;)

Union (!)

togetherness. she likes 'zusammen' ;)
Seanus 15 | 19,706
11 Dec 2011 #16
Well spotted, Natasa! Labels to hide behind. We know a person's true colours by their actions.
Natasa 1 | 580
11 Dec 2011 #17
I know that not everyone here will like this, but seeing that Germany economy is performing so well, would it not be a bad thing for all of us to become a little more german in our manner in relation to our economy.

I heard that one before. it was an odd situation where one of the sudents of the first year of History said the similar thing about Germany being used as role model. Then Professor spoke. One sentence.

she's called merkel...

Lapsus lingue, because Germany was all about Deutsche Mark here, so it would be really nice of her to be Markel again. Wouldn't it? ;)

she got elected ;)

That part I don't doubt even slightly. I have faith in Germans. They never let the world down :))))
pawian 163 | 10,336
11 Dec 2011 #18
Polish experts say that if euro collapses, Poland will suffer 7% drop in GNP next year. That will be a disaster.
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,444
11 Dec 2011 #20
What do you all think of Poland becoming a part of the new Greater Germany under Emperess Merkel due to the Euro crisis.

cannot be better. Just returned from Berlin and I love it. I am starting taking German again this week:)
Seanus 15 | 19,706
11 Dec 2011 #21
To the OP, where is the drang nach osten? You know, the major part of democracy rests with the people, of course. If Poles voted for Tusk then they must stand by their decisions. If they have sth to say about Merkel, then say it. Chirping away without coming together and doing sth is going to get Poland nowhere fast.
pawian 163 | 10,336
11 Dec 2011 #22
cannot be better. Just returned from Berlin and I love it. I am starting taking German again this week:)

That is reality - Germans make Europe go round. Anybody who objects is a hypocrite. Without Germans, Greeks would have to take up begging in streets of European cities long ago.
rock - | 460
11 Dec 2011 #23
I am starting taking German again this week:)

Sounds good only in pûrn films. lol
sascha 1 | 826
11 Dec 2011 #24
cannot be better. Just returned from Berlin and I love it. I am starting taking German again this week:)

versteht sich von selbst. didnt expect other outcome...consider yourself germanized/merkelized. ;)
was war so besonders in Berlin? small test German. :)

genossen, i would propose you ask walesa for advise. :)

Sounds good only in prn films. lol

you understand German? nice.

to me thats more like listening to robots...
Seanus 15 | 19,706
11 Dec 2011 #25
Where is the domination? Poland hasn't been coerced into adopting the Euro. Poland has Buzek in a prominent position. Germany is the dominant power and that's the reality of the situation.

Rock, thanks for your answer btw :) :)
delphiandomine 83 | 17,861
11 Dec 2011 #26
Polish experts say that if euro collapses, Poland will suffer 7% drop in GNP next year. That will be a disaster.

Actually - I think the opposite might happen. The Deutsche Mark will be extremely strong - and they would be able to pour money into buying (what would be) exceptionally cheap Polish products by their standards.

The Euro falling might not be such a terrible thing for Poland, apart from causing even more problems with the stability of the Zloty.
Natasa 1 | 580
11 Dec 2011 #27
Sounds good only in pûrn films. lol

You have one outdated collection of pearls. Italian is the language of contemporary pûrn.

The best about pûrn is the music.

youtube.com/watch?v=vVUFCaG82aw

OK, back to German dominance.

It is the best thing that ever happened to the ones who are submissive or passive. There is no dominance like German.

youtube.com/watch?v=X12kyfEes2A

ICH WILL, in English wonderful

I want you to trust me
I want you to believe me
I want to feel your eyes
I want to control every heartbeat
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163
11 Dec 2011 #28
Without Germans, Greeks would have to take up begging in streets of European cities long ago.

Without Gerries no one would be supid enough to lend them all that money in the first place thus we would avoid all the mess.
Crow 137 | 7,978
11 Dec 2011 #29
good point. Germany had its interest and now, Germany expect Poland and other Slavs and Europeans to repay for those German `investments`. Maybe Germany have plan to weaken economy of Poland (not only of Poland)
sascha 1 | 826
11 Dec 2011 #30
they would be able to pour money into buying (what would be) exceptionally cheap Polish products by their standards.

why buy polish? germans did that and turned to other producers...

The Euro falling might not be such a terrible thing for Poland

that is the complete opposite to what experts say. how do you profound your theory?

OK, back to German dominance.

heres the germanik dominatrik of the 80's ;)

Without Gerries

georg, you have a problem with germans? are you polish? how'd you like some 'bad word' for that? :)

good point. Germany had its interest and now, Germany expect Poland and other Slavs and Europeans to repay for those German `investments`

das versteht sich von selbst!


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