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Polish Independence Day-Beware?


polmed 1 | 216
11 Nov 2011 #31
should be "and "
milky 13 | 1,657
11 Nov 2011 #32
ok, glad to see the and, as a leftist type, I prefer to see a distinction.
boletus 30 | 1,366
11 Nov 2011 #33
Is this the same country, are these the same people as those morons in Warsaw?

Gdańsk: gdansk.pl/galeria?f=21170

Poznan: gloswielkopolski.pl/fakty24/wielkopolska/471381,poznan-tlum y-na-obchodach-swieta-niepodleglosci-zdjecia,id,t.html
pam
11 Nov 2011 #34
now i am totally confused..today in poland is a day not dissimilar to america independance day? and i know everyone has free time and schools are shut. i only found out about this because my polish lokator mentioned it. today in .england it is armistice day. we had a 2 minute silence at precisely 11 am to remember those who fought and died for our country. guess pomlilam sie amd this is not the same in poland?
ShortHairThug - | 1,103
11 Nov 2011 #35
I received a warning from the American embassy in Warsaw that I need to avoid tomorrow's demonstrations since the groups involved are violent. I usually get this kind of bulletin warning of pending Al-Qaida attacks on the Arabian Peninsula. What's going down?

Did you heed the warning? It is quite all right for you to crawl from under the rock or out of the hole you’ve been hiding all this time, the day is over now.
ZIMMY 6 | 1,601
12 Nov 2011 #36
I received a warning from the American embassy in Warsaw that I need to avoid tomorrow's demonstrations since the groups involved are violent.

I don't like your comment so I'm going to release my Polish eagle on you _

dogwork.com/owfo8/
Crow 137 | 7,754
12 Nov 2011 #37
I received a warning from the American embassy in Warsaw that I need to avoid tomorrow's demonstrations since the groups involved are violent. I usually get this kind of bulletin warning of pending Al-Qaida attacks on the Arabian Peninsula. What's going down?

It means that things in Poland went out of USA, Anglo-Germanic and Israeli control. Situation becoming volatile

What you expected? From the moment when USA openly collaborated with Islamic league and mujaheedines in order to harm Slavs, USA (and co.) lost its credibility among Poles
OP patrick 6 | 113
19 Nov 2011 #38
Did you heed the warning? It is quite all right for you to crawl from under the rock or out of the hole you’ve been hiding all this time, the day is over now.

Wow I see the ol' anti-American sentiment is alive and strong in Poland. I'm not surprised; I had many more problems in the eight years I lived in Poland than in the five I have been in Saudi Arabia.
valpomike 11 | 197
19 Nov 2011 #39
Merged: What happened in Warsaw on Independence Day?

What happened in Warsaw on Independence Day?
What I read riots hit the street, violence broke out and a number of left-wing and anarchists tried to stop a march by far-right groups. 92 of the 202 arrested were German. Why did this go on? What do the Polish, in Poland think of this?

Mike
1jola 14 | 1,879
19 Nov 2011 #40
Marxists and anarchists have never been happy about Poland's independence. Nothing has changed. Thus a conflict.

The mistake they made this year is that they invited German hooligans, armed them, and didn't brief them that spitting on Polish Army uniforms is a no-no if you portray yourself as a "tolerant" bunch.

A father of one of the German neo-nazi, (antifa) hoodlooms arrested on Nowy Swiat has said that his son and his friends require now...psychological counseling after the traumatic stay at the police station. Touching, huh?

The "antifascist" hippies, travelers, homosexuals, etc. want to fight imaginary fascism with fascist methods, all in the name of tolerance. It backfired this year as will their future attempts to turn our national holiday into another rainbow, bongo fest.
Ironside 48 | 9,887
19 Nov 2011 #41
Provocation with an active involvement of Polish gov.
In fact those so called riots were only a sideshow of the Independence March.


Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163
19 Nov 2011 #42
What happened in Warsaw on Independence Day?

Divide and rule technique used by the government against own society...
contraption - | 6
19 Nov 2011 #43
Since I attended the Independence March, I'll briefly say how it looked like from my perspective:

People were very high-spirited, and the whole March was a success. The shouting wasn't politically correct (but cmon, does it have to?), but showed how people feel towards their country and their government. About 20 thousand people marched peacefully putting aside the Police/Antifa provocations.

And still we're being called fascists / nazis / homophobic / xenophobic.

I completely agree riots were a provocation and I feel ashamed the Police participated in this. It feels like after quite short period of independance we're returning to PRL. And remember what government officials said? There's gonna be an amendment to the law on assemblies - which may lead to banning the march next year, and ultimately - every kind of protest (I guess the government is preparing for crisis).
IanM - | 11
9 Dec 2011 #44
"Antifa and police provocation" You mean by being there? Fascists (for lo, they were) attacked the anti-fascists and the police, as well as a left-wing shop and vegan cafe.

A collection of a load of videos and articles about what happened in Wrocław and Warsaw can be seen:

wroclawworkshops.blogspot.com/2011/11/on-fascist-violence-and-media.html
wroclawworkshops.blogspot.com/2011/11/on-anti-fascist-germans-in-poland-and.html
wroclawworkshops.blogspot.com/2011/11/it-was-unjust-from-start-on-fascist.htm

Note the words of Professor Andrzej Richard:

What the media said afterwards was a "falsification" of what happened. The "march of the patriots" was unjust from the start, in that it was organised by violent extremists. He also said that "Polish civil society were not developed enough to test just who was the organiser of the parade in Warsaw" and thus went with it, and was then surprised by the violence, which was "always going to happen, when one considers who organised the march".

Oh, and (see the "on fascist violence and media" link above) anarchists in Wrocław and Warsaw were very much supportive of the independence day. It's purely lies to speak otherwise.
Ironside 48 | 9,887
10 Dec 2011 #45
It's purely lies to speak otherwise.

Sunshine, go and watch some birdies
IanM - | 11
10 Dec 2011 #46
The relevance of going bird watching and the theme of this thread escapes me.
Ironside 48 | 9,887
11 Dec 2011 #47
It doesn't surprise me.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
11 Dec 2011 #48
If one thing could be said, it was that all manner of views were expressed. What the 'organiser' may have conveniently forgot was the reality of the internet. People catch wind of things with amazing alacrity and see their opportunity for voicing their piece. Whilst trespassing is not desirable, the governments reap what they sow. They want a large Polish presence then they have to roll with that. Democracy manifested itself, albeit in a slightly distasteful way.
legend 3 | 664
11 Dec 2011 #49
"Antifa and police provocation" You mean by being there? Fascists (for lo, they were) attacked the anti-fascists and the police, as well as a left-wing shop and vegan cafe.

Quite the opposite. Antifa is a German LIBERAL group and they were mad at the Nationalists.
The zionist liberal media loves to make a joke of anyone whos not Liberal.
Everyone has to play nicely by the book or ELSE.

Additionally there was Police offers (fighting for the globalist government) who were in normal clothes and they started the attack on the nationalists after they retialted against the retarded antifa.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
11 Dec 2011 #50
Do explain, legend.
legend 3 | 664
11 Dec 2011 #51
Seanus I have talked with a Pole who was there. I still maintain contact with Poland because im probably gonna return because Canada pisses me off in a lot of ways (their US butt grabbing is disgusting and I dont want to be a part of a nation which bombs innocents).

There was hundreds of nationalists over there (not sure on the numbers).
Antifa travels to other countries and does this.
They were in Sweden before that and brought weapons with them.





Observe these videos.

The media portrays nationalists as if they are fascist Nazis from 1939.
Many of them are nonviolent and they want Poland for Poles. Thats it.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
11 Dec 2011 #52
You were with one Pole, legend. It needs more than that. Some serve agendas, you know!?
legend 3 | 664
11 Dec 2011 #53
I said "talked to one Pole" (im in Canada). Look at those videos. Im willing to bet a lot of money these arent the only incidents. Even some Germans didnt like the fact this group antifa went there.

What business of theirs is it? Why are governments pro liberal and/or neocon (im talking idealogy not parties). Europe has changed with the EU. Nice new stores, buildings, transportation and money. Thats it. This wont last long. Open borders, gay marriages and parades, government handouts, more policing, less freedom of speech, loss of national identity... these are liberal and/or communistic ideas.

Europe is dying and somebody needs to do something. You cant win with violence because the cops are pro government (just about always), you cant win with words because the legal system is against you. Rich people are always "happy" as long as they have their filth amounts of cash regard. New comers (invaders as I like to call them) are destroying nations.

The real Pole or Brit or German are losing their homes. Most of USA is already lost.
Meathead 5 | 470
11 Dec 2011 #54
So now Poles beat each other up. Makes a lot of sense.
Crow 137 | 7,754
11 Dec 2011 #55
So now Poles beat each other up

you should use to it. It goes hand in hand with EU and NATO
Seanus 15 | 19,706
11 Dec 2011 #56
It happens at football games too, of course. On a micro scale, that has nothing to do with the EU.
Crow 137 | 7,754
30 Mar 2018 #57
My Polish sisters and brothers consider yourself lucky. God loves you very much. Similar situation that existed in Europe prior to WWI, exists now and Serbian rebellion would save you Poles. We would soon defeat western European yoke over Slavs. Then, when truly independent, don`t cry but, use that independence wisely. Literally, you Poles would get yourself new pair of wings. Then fly. Fly high.

And don`t say that Racowie didn`t repay their debt to Poland. Never say that.
Crow 137 | 7,754
12 Nov 2019 #59
People, Poland is most beautiful country, of most beautiful people, in the world. Keep it that way!

So, Poles also don`t like EU. Good. We will create something much better then that.

POČINJE USTANAK USRED EVROPE Poljaci se dižu na noge! Ne može više ovako! (FOTO/VIDEO) /translation: Rebellion in the middle of Europe; Poles rising! Enough!/

alo.rs/vesti/svet/poljaci-se-dizu-na-noge-ne-moze-vise-ovako-foto-video/265090/vest?utm_source=b92&utm_medium=exchange

Učesnici su nosili poljske zastave i uzvikivali su "Ne Evropskoj uniji" i "Čast domovini!".

/translation: Participants waved Polish flags, could be heard `No to European Union!` and `Honor to fatherland!`/

Thoughts on the 2019 Polish Independence Day March
youtube.com/watch?v=1BaA6mOpR4M

Slava!


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