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Polish Independence Day March in Warsaw. Is it going to be the biggest march yet?


Spike31 1 | 378    
22 Oct 2018  #1
The organizers aim for over 100 000 participants this year. Let's make it happen!
cms neuf - | 580    
22 Oct 2018  #2
Should be easy enough - lay on a bus with some strong lager and some cheap speed and you should find 100.000 self loathing racists who fancy a day out.
OP Spike31 1 | 378    
22 Oct 2018  #3
Have you just called a huge group of Polish patriots, including a group of WWII Home Army veterans, celebrating the Independence Day a

self loathing racists who fancy a day out

? I would advise that you should educate yourself on the subject of National Independence Day

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Independence_Day_(Poland)
dolnoslask 5 | 2,183    
22 Oct 2018  #4
self loathing racists who fancy a day out.

If that's what you want to call people celebrating the end of 120 years of imperialist rule, would you call Indians, Africans, Asians racist for celebrating the end of British empire ?

You need to get yourself an education, rather than soaking up commie libtard lies and propaganda.

Idiot
cms neuf - | 580    
22 Oct 2018  #5
Seen it with my own eyes several times. Boozed up pseudokibice throwing stones and fireworks - a fitting and dignified way to remember the sacrifices for independence and the wartime dead ( which includes plenty of my own family by the way)
dolnoslask 5 | 2,183    
22 Oct 2018  #6
Then you will understand that the firework throwing random idiots are a MINORITY in Poland tens of thousands are ordinary citizens, multi generational families turn out to support this day, no different to the celebrations of the overthrow of British rule in the United states on the 4th of July.

There is a throw back to the days of communism when people would rise against authority. this will change over time, back to the way it was in the II republic.

Makes me wonder what your family taught you about what it means to be Polish.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,327    
22 Oct 2018  #7
In Germany we say..."The bigger the parade, the smaller the dick!" *points to Moscow* :)
OP Spike31 1 | 378    
22 Oct 2018  #8
Seen it with my own eyes several times. Boozed up pseudokibice throwing stones and fireworks

And I saw a lot of patriotic youth, and also a lot of young Polish girls who definitely didn't throw any stones. Just like that one here:

marsz

marsz

And I saw families with kids too.

marsz

march

marsz
dolnoslask 5 | 2,183    
22 Oct 2018  #9
In Germany we say..."The bigger the parade, the smaller the dick!

You are probably wise to look at it that way after all your history of goose stepping over most of Europe , Nuremberg rallies spring to mind.

Thing is all your marches were about conquering other nations , "deutschland uber alles" do you still sing that.

On the other hand Poland has not had and imperialist past and is only celebrating the overthrow of imperialist invaders that includes your Germany.

So keep thinking along the lines of Goose stepping = small dick, no one wants another war with germans that think they are big dicks again.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,327    
22 Oct 2018  #10
Nah..it's true...just look around...North Korea, Russia, China...they all feel better after a good parade...

At least keep watching out for snitches, when they come asking why you weren't at the parade...and "every true patriotic Pole goes to the parade...aren't you one of us???"

When you need to apologise why you weren't there...when people not going will be accused of many things...maybe even "traitors"....then at the latest it becomes dangerous.

And yes, as a German we made that experience two times...
cms neuf - | 580    
22 Oct 2018  #11
Ah yes - the annual tradition of pretending there are a lot of kids there. As if Babcia would let her wnuczki anywhere near a column of tanked up skinheads.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,183    
22 Oct 2018  #12
When you need to apologise why you weren't there...when people not going will be accused of many things...maybe "traitors".

Now you are going into the realms of fantasy, for most of us its just about a good day out like the 4th of July in the US.

You have nothing to worry about, leave us in peace, as a German stop getting too involved in our affairs and traditions, many here are still very wary of German intent towards Poland, keep to the light and fluffy stuff.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,327    
22 Oct 2018  #13
You have nothing to worry about, leave us in peace,

Do you feel attacked?

Maybe you think threads like "Germany is doomed" is light and fluffy stuff....
dolnoslask 5 | 2,183    
22 Oct 2018  #14
Hang on , are poles living in Poland fuelling that thread? I think you need to look over the pond for your answer.

Do you feel attacked?

Yes when Germany pokes its nose into Polish affairs and keeps talking about Polish death camps.

I won't even mention your need for a private gas pipeline to Russia, circumventing your so called friend Poland.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,327    
22 Oct 2018  #15
I think you need to look over the pond for your answer.

Yeah...them expats are the worst! :)

Yes when Germany pokes its nose into Polish affairs and keeps talking about Polish death camps.

Wow...that independence day march is important to you, isn't it...
dolnoslask 5 | 2,183    
22 Oct 2018  #16
It is thanks for recognising it, it's not a march celebrating Poland's victory over anyone or anything , purely a celebration of freedom.

My Grandfather was alongside Pilsudski , when the moment was right to win Poland's freedom from the imperialists whilst keeping the Bolsheviki hordes at bay, may family survived the communist concentration camps in Siberia, My father went on to fight The Nazis in the hope of a free Poland.

Sadly my father lost his war for freedom and Poland was lost again to soviet imperialists.

So yes the march is important to me, I remember those in my family that died in the camps and in battle , I always remembered and at times felt the pain that my father suffered when he lost the war and his country.

For me it is remembrance but also a time to celebrate freedom, sadly for Poland those times of freedom were historically very short lived.
OP Spike31 1 | 378    
22 Oct 2018  #17
Now you are going into the realms of fantasy, for most of us its just about a good day out like the 4th of July in the US.

He is German, east German to be precise.
They've lost their own country and now just want to spoil it for everyone since they're standing deep in excrements.

Comparing a Chinese or North Korean government organized parades to a voluntary Independence March of patriotic Poles that's low even from you, BratwurstBoy, that's just a Goebbels-like level of propaganda.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,327    
22 Oct 2018  #18
Germany doesn't has a march, we have a party...mayby there is the difference..but it's a good reason to have a drink for sure!

I'm bowing out here now...
OP Spike31 1 | 378    
22 Oct 2018  #19
Ah yes - the annual tradition of pretending there are a lot of kids there. As if Babcia would let her wnuczki anywhere near a column of tanked up skinheads.

And here's some more:

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That's just Warsaw. There are similar, smaller marches in other big cities in Poland
dolnoslask 5 | 2,183    
22 Oct 2018  #20
They've lost their own country and now just want to spoil it for everyone since they're standing deep in excrements.

I don't think that is true, Modern Germany is still a very stable platform, one that has provided a great deal of support to Poland during it's transition from Soviet slavery, hundreds of thousands of Poles live and work there, there is huge scope for mutual co-operation as very close neighbours and allies.
delphiandomine 87 | 16,884    
22 Oct 2018  #21
That's just Warsaw. There are similar, smaller marches in other big cities in Poland

Those pictures aren't even from the event in question. They're actually from other marches held earlier in the day, as is clear from the amount of daylight and the sun shining on one of the pictures, unless you want to pretend that the sun is shining in Warsaw at 17:00 on November 11th.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,183    
22 Oct 2018  #22
They're actually from other marches held earlier in the day,

Out of interest what were the other marches celebrating on the same independence day?

What was the kid in the orange coat pictured in front of the palace of culture celebrating and what was the significance of the white and red armband on her left arm ?
OP Spike31 1 | 378    
22 Oct 2018  #23
And more:

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Ironside 47 | 9,251    
22 Oct 2018  #24
The organizers aim for over 100 000 participants this year.

It was that number few times in the past. This year there should be at least 200 000 due to it centennial character.

In Germany we say..."The bigger the parade, the smaller the dick!" *

Hey are you talking about that gay parade you have in Berlin? lol
I guess you;re thinking about an official organized by a government parade with military. It is a parade organized annually by the people with no governmental participation, Well, this year government might want to 'steal it' but that is a different story.

h yes - the annual tradition of pretending there are a lot of kids there

Nah, the other way around. Yet, some commie looser always whinge about it.
Crow 146 | 7,594    
23 Oct 2018  #25
Must be biggest. I heard Serbians coming in few formations

Hopefully regime in Poland is ready for the shaking.
OP Spike31 1 | 378    
23 Oct 2018  #26
He're an interesting take on the Independence Day Marsh, and how the even is being manipulated in Western media, done by a Brit:

youtu.be/QczXFX0EYoE

Must be biggest. I heard Serbians coming in few formations

I bet this Serbian is coming:

youtu.be/0B38MvwjN_g
Dougpol1 26 | 2,152    
23 Oct 2018  #27
done by a Brit:

Accents aren't your strong point are they?
He's Irish. With an agenda.
OP Spike31 1 | 378    
23 Oct 2018  #28
He is a British citizen of an Irish origin.

But if you, for some reason, don't like Irish, here's an Englishman and a Canadian discussing it. Tommy Robinson [no need to introduce] and Stefan Molyneux [868 000 subscribers]

youtu.be/xYTsRpstpBY

And here's Rebel Media from Canada [over 1 million subscribers]:

youtu.be/J91gq8gZowI
Atch 16 | 2,641    
23 Oct 2018  #29
Accents aren't your strong point are they? He's Irish.

Not yours either Doug! That's not an Irish accent :) There is a touch of North East England in there, Northumbria, Newcastle, "Why Aye Mon". Definitely not Irish.

He is a British citizen of an Irish origin.

What are his Irish origins?
OP Spike31 1 | 378    
23 Oct 2018  #30
Well, I knew that he's British but I've always thought that he was born in Northern Ireland, judging by the accent and the fact he's a redhead :-). Dougpol1 is right, accents are not my strong point. All North British accents sounds very similar to me.

Once I went to my local GP I met a lady from Manchester. She had a very strong accent and I thought she's from Scotland, which she's found it very amusing :-P

He's Irish. With an agenda.

And if you don't like English, Irish and Canadian here's an American take on Polish Independence Day

youtu.be/DMCTnEZWFhA



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