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Are the Germans taking back Świnoujście?


szczecinianin 4 | 345
3 Dec 2013  #1
A couple of articles in 'Gazeta Polska' claim the Germans are taking back their former town of Świnoujście (Swinemunde).

Świnoujście returns to Germany

"Year by year it is becoming a German town in Poland ... Germans are absorbing Świnoujścieand this is no armed takeover. Swinoujście is located within the boundaries of Poland, but culturally and economically it has ceased being connected with Poland. It will be associated with Germany, as a matter of fact it already is.

sz-n.com/2013/12/is-swinoujscie-swinemunde-being-retaken-by-ze-germans/

Is this anything for Poland to be seriously concerned about?
Ironside 48 | 9,792
3 Dec 2013  #2
I'm sure they are. I think that practice of buying properties in somebody else name should be exposed and punished.

I would like to ask who that article implies that Poles expelled German alone after 1945 and why commie newspaper have been presented as a Polish newspaper?
Kowalski 7 | 621
3 Dec 2013  #3
No concern for this one. One may have impression Swinoujscie has lots of Germans but only ...from October to April when Polish tourists are indeed gone. Town is on the list of newly approved EU infrastructure/transportation project TEN-T - connecting Baltic with Adriatic, so it would likely get this under the river, road tunnel and would perhaps feel more connected to mainland.

On similar note borderland LÖCKNITZ, GERMANY is ...taken by Poles.
Harry
3 Dec 2013  #4
A couple of articles in 'Gazeta Polska'

Isn't that the one which is financed by the wanted Polish Nazi?
Crow 137 | 7,631
3 Dec 2013  #5
This is all very sad to me. Yes, that`s real feeling- sadness. What can one feel when see that his civilization simple in silence sink in oblivion
Ironside 48 | 9,792
3 Dec 2013  #6
Isn't that the one which is financed by the wanted Polish Nazi?

No, there were no Polish Nazis.
Wlodzimierz 4 | 544
3 Dec 2013  #7
Ironside, although technically Poland was one of the countries in Europe NOT to be occupied by the Nazis, this by no means signifies that there weren't as many collaborators as there were resistance fighters!
PennBoy 76 | 2,437
3 Dec 2013  #8
Germans are just buying summer homes in the Pig's Passage as Poles are residing in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
marcinp - | 14
12 Dec 2013  #9
A couple of articles in 'Gazeta Polska' claim the Germans are taking back their former town of Świnoujście (Swinemunde).

Oh well, Gazeta Polska, The Loony Times of Poland. Yes, indeed, German Railways have built train station in Świnoujście and quite a few Germans have bought property in town. So what? The town lives from harbour and tourists (of whom many are Germans), so the station and direct train link to Germany is seen by locals (and any sane person) as a great investment.

German only menus?! Nur für Deutsche restaurants?! Where did they see it? I guess they invented that bull****.
Tunnel under Świna would be great and yes, central government should help build it like NOW, but that doesn't mean anyone serious in town have plans to join Germany any time soon.

Is this anything for Poland to be seriously concerned about?

We should all be concerned that someone takes articles in Gazeta Polska seriously.
Ironside 48 | 9,792
12 Dec 2013  #10
Ironside, although technically Poland was one of the countries in Europe NOT to be occupied by the Nazis, this by no means signifies that there weren't as many collaborators as there were resistance fighters!

Would you kindly provide sources to support your claim otherwise I will treat that for what it is - an unsubstantial and unlearned view.

We should all be concerned that someone takes articles in Gazeta Polska seriously.

Would that depended on contests of those articles.
marcinp - | 14
12 Dec 2013  #11
For a start any articles about Świnoujście.
Ironside 48 | 9,792
12 Dec 2013  #12
You know that for a fact because.....
marcinp - | 14
12 Dec 2013  #13
Because those two articles are nothing but shameless, insulting propaganda.
Harry
12 Dec 2013  #14
Tunnel under Świna would be great and yes, central government should help build it like NOW

You think that there aren't other projects which would have greater benefit to a lot more than just 30,000 people and cost a lot less too?
marcinp - | 14
12 Dec 2013  #15
If you would live there and puked your guts every time it got a little more windy you'd change your mind.
Harry
12 Dec 2013  #16
More probably I'd just move.
Crow 137 | 7,631
25 Nov 2018  #17
Poles are unusually lucky Slavs. You know when would Germany have time for Świnoujście? How things stand, never. Oh, they would want but, they have a lot of problems with Serbians. You heard what President of Bosnia and Herzegovina, ethnic Serbian, Milorad Dodik said? Did you heard him? He said how Deutsche Banke manipulate with rates of interests while using Bosnian money deposits. Dodik then said how he wants to pull Bosnian deposits from Deutsceh Bank and return them in Bosnia because Deutsceh Bank can crumble.

Also, President of Bosnia revealed that Austria controls money flow of Croatia in deal with Zagreb elite, that Croatian National Bank printing money in Austria.

Oh Poles, how lucky you are. But well, you saved us from grave that was Ottoman invasion and well, we owe you few things.

No, just joking. We doing just for our own pleasure. Its only good collateral thing that Germans don`t have time to move on Poland while Serbs hold them.

How great w***e is that EU. Its a f*****g Germanic playground.

And all will be known to public.
Crow 137 | 7,631
30 Nov 2018  #18
He said how Deutsche Banke manipulate with rates of interests

Just to remind you people here what info I gave few days ago, in my comment above.

And look what happened in Deutsche Bank >

German police raid Deutsche Bank offices on money laundering allegations; shares fall 3.4%
cnbc.com/2018/11/29/deutsche-bank-shares-sink-police-raid-offices-money-laundering-allegations.html

See? See. It started.

Serbs know. Remember that Serbs know.

No, they won`t have time for Świnoujście. Nor for Silesia. Nor for Lusatia...

Oh, forgot to set time and date between title and link >

Published 4:31 AM ET Thu, 29 Nov 2018 Updated 1:54 PM ET Thu, 29 Nov 2018


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