MICHNIK'S "YOUNG SH*TS"
"'We won't give Poland over to the young sh*ts (gówniarzom in the original),' fumed Adam Michnik ahead of the election. Prof. Janusz Czapliński appealed: 'Let us pray that they emigrate thanks to which we will protect the (existing) order.' But the prayers didn't help and the 'order' guaranteeing privileges to the post-communist establishment collapsed. KOD is an operation designed by the establishment and commanded by people of Michnik's generation to invalidate the victory of the 'young sh*ts'," wrote Piotr Lisiewicz
Lisiewicz has clearly drawn up up the battle lines on either side of the political barricade:
"On one side is the following series of associations: blog, emigration, Facebook, videos, re-enactment groups, hip-hop, history, Inka, fans, ex-servicemen, concert, Independence March, mem, stadium setting, portal, Warsaw Uprising, skyrocket, Capt. Pilecki, paramilitary associations, teledisks, Twitter, dish-washing, Doomed Soldiers.
On the other side one finds: 25 years of freedom, celebrities, Gazeta Wyborcza, thick line, cultural institutions, foreign media correspondents. Lions Club, Roundtable, oligarchs, constructive opposition, Polishness is abnormality, PZPR's reformist wing, law courts, pollsters, television broadcasters, universities, entitlement of the nomenklatura and (Owsiak's) Great Christmas