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Polish food shop blown up in the UK - result of gas "leak"?


O WELL 1 | 158    :-(
4 Mar 2018  #61
There is a polish deli near me called Biedronka also
Biedronka Polish Deli in Lakewood, NJ | 65 E County Line ...
Ironside 47 | 9,017    
4 Mar 2018  #62
We can suppose

You? You and your many personalities or you as in commie collective? You (whichever) can suppose what you like, I don't answer to you and I'm not playing that leftie game to justify myself to you.

I despise people who are unable to think for themselves and instead latch onto some evil ideology erroneously believing they are good guys just because they embraced communism or some or other mutation of the old red plague.

uite a few "Polish shops" abroad have names like Zabka, Biedronka etc. as these are brands well known by Poles

Hmm...smart and deceitful. lol!
dolnoslask 5 | 1,918    
4 Mar 2018  #63
Poles as being culpable, simply because they are relatively prolific unfortunately at causing both,

So you admit this thread was an attempt to do a bit more pole bashing sorry it turned out to be one of your migrant pals that probably did the deed.

How your family must suffer from your dislike of Poland and its people, Comrad corbyn will be in power in the uk soon, you can return as a hero of the PRL, they might give you a good pension.
SigSauer 2 | 439    
4 Mar 2018  #64
it is no surprise whenever there is a bus crash or gas explosion in the UK, that we might think of Poles as being culpable

"It is no surprise whenever there is a car running into crowds of people or a mass stabbing attack in the UK, that we might think of Muslim's as being culpable, simply because they are relatively prolific unfortunately at causing both."

Damn, ya see what I just did there? I made a sweeping generalization about an entire group of people. I suspect you find the former to be completely socially acceptable, while you find the latter to be an utterly reprehensible claim.
jon357 65 | 13,394    
4 Mar 2018  #65
Comrade Corbyn will be in power in the uk soon,

He will indeed :-)
Crow 141 | 7,007    
4 Mar 2018  #66
Corbyn you say? Then there is hope for Britain. In every sense of the word `hope`.
mafketis 16 | 5,896    
4 Mar 2018  #67
Comrad corbyn will be in power in the uk soon

Wasn't his very first speech as labor leader about purges? What a rotten little bit of Stalinist scum he is...
dolnoslask 5 | 1,918    
4 Mar 2018  #68
Oh a proper middle class background wanabee revolutionary with old connections to commie spys and the IRA .
OP Dougpol1 24 | 1,891    
4 Mar 2018  #69
I despise people who are unable to think for themselves and instead latch onto some evil ideology

This thread was about Poles' propensity to mess with the gas supply, or their DIY mentality when it comes to gas boilers. But if you would rather babble about people's keyboard characters, then do please feel free.

After all, bull is your middle name, isn't it?

How your family must suffer from your dislike of Poland and its people,

You made a racist remark. I pulled you up on it. Simples.
Ironside 47 | 9,017    
4 Mar 2018  #70
his thread was about Poles' propensity to mess with the gas supply, or their DIY mentality when it comes to gas boilers.

No, this threat was about your propensity to make loaded generalisations of the worst kind based only on your personal opinion and observation. Given the fact that you are not the sharpest knife in the drawer and your sick adherence to the commie ideology as well as your addiction, (that affects mental and intellectual capacity of the person inflicted in a big way),it all makes you the last person on Earth that should lecture others, something which you do here all the time.

By the way I'm not the only person who has noticed it.
I talk about your character to explain your posts. In the way I'm defending you as some take you for mean old screwball who hate Poles and who is spewing his hate and his prejudice against them on this forum.

I say that you are just an old drunkard and a fool but one that means well! A one who is not a nasty racist xenophobe that is full of hate and vinegar.

You don't like? Fine I won't be defending you anymore.
OP Dougpol1 24 | 1,891    
4 Mar 2018  #71
generalisations of the worst kind based only on your personal opinion and observation

Not really. The explosion took place in what was billed as a "Polish shop". I got the idea that the owners' lady was Polish, but that's by the by. Given the history of Polish gas explosions, it was likely that Poles were responsible.

In this case, Polish immigrants were not responsible it seems. But many others were thinking the same (or those that have lived here and seen how people **** with the bloody gas like it's all a game). I don't think that is personal opinion, but fact based on historical incidences.
dolnoslask 5 | 1,918    
5 Mar 2018  #72
You made a racist remark. I pulled you up on it. Simples.

There you go again pulling the racist card, put it away, and stop badmouthing and stereotyping Poles you racist.,
O WELL 1 | 158    :-(
5 Mar 2018  #73
Dolno, please excuse doug at this time.This is his vodka typing now like usual every night.Lonely senior with dog need some relaxation.
Honestly if they hate Poland or Poles why they even live in Poland???
dolnoslask 5 | 1,918    
5 Mar 2018  #74
150,000 cases of enery tampering are investigated in the UK each year, so probably no surprise to find scamsters behind this tragedy.
SigSauer 2 | 439    
5 Mar 2018  #75
@Dougpol1

You made a bigoted remark regarding Poles, I pulled you up on it. So, I'm going to repost this until you mount a sufficient response, coward.

"It is no surprise whenever there is a car running into crowds of people or a mass stabbing attack in the UK, that we might think of Muslim's as being culpable, simply because they are relatively prolific unfortunately at causing both."

Damn, ya see what I just did there? I made a sweeping generalization about an entire group of people. I suspect you find the former to be completely socially acceptable, while you find the latter to be an utterly reprehensible claim.
OP Dougpol1 24 | 1,891    
5 Mar 2018  #76
You made a bigoted remark regarding Poles

Where's the bigoted remark? I just pointed out the fact that when we have a bus crash in the UK or somebody is playing with the gas, the British think "Eastern Europeans..."

I'm sorry that the record in both naturally points that way, but that's what people think. Brits don't usually drive like idiots, unless they are running from the police, and don't play with the gas, because they don't actually like prison food. Illegal vodka is a new one; I don't know why the scum bother, but there's obviously a market for it, maybe with the immigrants that Dolno infers are somehow more important or desirable than Asian British.

150,000 cases of enery tampering are investigated in the UK each year, so probably no surprise to find scamsters behind this tragedy.

Most of those cases will be the leccy - we don't tamper with gas - too dangerous:(
dolnoslask 5 | 1,918    
5 Mar 2018  #77
You never lived in migrant ghetto land as i did, whole streets ran their meters backwards, if you have a grey or beige meter all you have to do is unscrew the two castle nuts and turn the meter around making sure you dont run back prior to your last meter reading and be absolute sure its the right way round when the meter reader comes.

Problems occur when idiots use bits of hose pipe to jump the meter or someone does not tighten the nuts properly

This was and still is rife in the UK and won't change until new meters are rolled out.

and yes asians are damn more desirable than some other groups of migrants,
OP Dougpol1 24 | 1,891    
5 Mar 2018  #78
a grey or beige meter all you have to do is unscrew the two castle nuts

Don't think so Dolno. The gas meter is sealed. Are you talking about the electricity? Confused.
dolnoslask 5 | 1,918    
5 Mar 2018  #79
The gas meter is sealed

The meter is sealed but the castle nuts on the in and out pipes are not.

fotolibra.com/gallery/1302574/domestic-gas-meter-uk

Got it now?
SigSauer 2 | 439    
5 Mar 2018  #80
@Dougpol1

Sure Doug, I'll stipulate that that's true, if you'll concede the following is an accurate statement, then we can be in total agreement:

It is no surprise whenever there is a car running into crowds of people or a mass stabbing attack in the UK, that we might think of Muslim's as being culpable, simply because they are relatively prolific unfortunately at causing both."
OP Dougpol1 24 | 1,891    
5 Mar 2018  #81
Muslims

There's no need for bold fonts Sig:) :) If you mean Islamist based terrorism, and you clearly do, then we are still safer on the streets of London than in Washington.

The first is horrific news, meant to shock and terrorise; the second is gun crime, and more prevalent. Both are difficult to legislate against, and it's not a comparison that bears any fruit when considering anti-social behaviours (careless driving/endangering others),
SigSauer 2 | 439    
5 Mar 2018  #82
We aren't talking about Washington, you are attempting to move the goal post and I won't allow it. You made a broad statement about a particular activity which you claim Londoners associate with Poles. I am making a similar comparison with regard to the activity of running people over, mass stabbings, blowing themselves up at concerts, female genital mutilation, and child sex grooming gangs, being synonymous to the Muslim community in association with those activities.

Running as many people over as possible, detonating a suicide vest at a concert, mass knife attacks, and female genital mutilation are exclusively Islamic activities and particularly from people from the Pakistani, Afghani, and Bangladeshi communities. However, because it is an ideology of savagery, murder, barbarism, rape, and servitude based on the 7th century, it cuts across several other ethnic community groups as well. This is a fact.

It is also a fact, and I would like to hear your response specifically to this claim. If people from Muslim dominated communities are good, kind, loving people, they are so IN SPITE OF their religious and cultural beliefs, and NOT because of them.
johnny reb 15 | 3,052    
5 Mar 2018  #83
, then we are still safer on the streets of London than in Washington.

Really Doug.........Washington has no "No Go Zones" and London does.
Figures show the number of acid attacks in Britain shot up between 2012 and 2016 by more than 500 per cent.
There were just 73 recorded attacks in 2012 but a massive 469 in 2016.
And that is just acid attacks not including attacks with weapons or rapes.
You might want to do more research before you boast how safe London is these days with Sharia Law in areas.
There is no Sharia Law No Go Zones in Washington.
OP Dougpol1 24 | 1,891    
5 Mar 2018  #84
Washington has no "No Go Zones" and London does

You are right about London. But that is gangland. Plenty of estates are no go areas for the police, whatever the local government says. Very regrettable. Nothing to do with Sig's pathological hatred of muslims though.
johnny reb 15 | 3,052    
5 Mar 2018  #85
I was not agreeing or disagreeing with Sig.
I was disagreeing with your statement.

If you mean Islamist based terrorism, and you clearly do, then we are still safer on the streets of London than in Washington.

SigSauer 2 | 439    
5 Mar 2018  #86
@Dougpol1

I have 0 hatred towards Muslims. I do take issue with the doctrine itself, but as far as people as individuals i judge them based on their merits. That is not to say that the communities in western countries do not have a pervasive problem with violence and radicalism, they do and it needs to be acknowledged by you lot. You do them no favors by placating radicals, instead you should stand behind them in standing up to the more radical elements.

This is funny coming from you since I've lived in Muslim countries, and went to work everyday with Muslim officers and soldiers. They are literally some of the nicest and most hospitable people you would ever meet. I've found that those in the middle East are far less radical, and they hate the extremists as much as we do, they believe they're being unfairly represented. My anecdotal experiences have been that those in western countries, converts, and Pakistani nationals, harbor the most radical and extreme views.

They don't need you leftists to make excuses for them, to blame our own governments by claiming we don't do enough to integrate them. They need you to stand shoulder to shoulder in support of secularism and human rights, these are things people in the Middle East actually believe in. We ought to embrace the likes of Imam Tawhidi and Ayan Hirsi Ali.

Your side has suffered another crushing defeat in Europe today with League in Italy going from 22 seats to 123 seats in government. They are a right wing, anti-migrant, eurosceptic party. If the EU continues on this path, they will only help more right of center governments take power.
Ziemowit 10 | 2,956    
5 Mar 2018  #87
sex grooming gangs

Do you remember the Rotherham scandal being conveniently swept under the carpet for years? The Brits on this forum either said nothing about it or used to play it down (jon357).
mafketis 16 | 5,896    
5 Mar 2018  #88
The Brits on this forum either said nothing about it or used to play it down

What I remember is them claiming that it didnt happen at all or that muslims were not overrepresented among the abusing scum and that non-muslims were not over-represented among the victims.

jon seems to think that BBC predaotry-pedo-in-chief Jimmy Saville never sexually abused anyone either

To have their view of the world requires not paying attention to a lot of it...
kaprys 1 | 1,355    
5 Mar 2018  #89
@Dougpol1
You made a bigoted remark. If you try to justify it claiming that everybody thinks so, it doesn't mean you're right, it means' everybody' -whoever they are- are bigots, too.

For someone who hates Poland so much, you spend too much time here.
Now to sum up, as far as we know, the shop wasn't owned by Poles. No Poles were arrested in connection with the explosion.

Or perhaps I missed something.
OP Dougpol1 24 | 1,891    
5 Mar 2018  #90
That Poles have a history of causing explosions by playing with the gas? You betcha.




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