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How will Poland be affected by WW3 which has now started


Miloslaw 19 | 4,777
9 Feb 2024 #241
The United States saves Europe again.

Oh please stop with your pathetic "Big me up" of America..... it's pathetic......
OP johnny reb 47 | 7,057
9 Feb 2024 #242
Oh please stop with your

Not mine Pee Pee Pants, I was quoting the article.
Here, try reading it and then argue with them.

msn.com/en-us/news/world/russian-drones-would-be-in-europe-if-not-for-us-pentagon/ar-BB1i1yaD
Miloslaw 19 | 4,777
9 Feb 2024 #243
@johnny reb

I didn't bother reading your pathetic article.
Poland has the armed forces to defend itself, thanks to PIS.
Russia will not dare to attack Poland.......
Novichok 5 | 7,853
9 Feb 2024 #244
Russia will not dare to attack Poland...

Russia has no desire or need to attack Poland today or the Russians would have done it before Poland went NATO.

Today, Poland is a US vassal state and, thus, untouchable. Because of the US umbrella, Poland can stop spending money like a drunk sailor.

Without the US, Poland would be a bump on the road to Russia. U is different and it shows with the ridiculously low U civilian casualties Russia is trying to avoid at great cost to itself.
pawian 222 | 23,766
9 Feb 2024 #245
Russia has no desire or need to attack Poland today

Bs which you are pulling from your dirty ass. :):):)
OP johnny reb 47 | 7,057
10 Feb 2024 #246
I didn't bother reading your pathetic article.

How do you know it was pathetic if you didn't read it ?

Poland has the armed forces to defend itself, thanks to PIS.

Really, if London can't defend itself against Russia, why do you think Warsaw can ?
Joker 2 | 2,599
10 Feb 2024 #247
I didn't bother reading your pathetic article.

Who does? Nobody else responded either.

All his news links lately have been from fake news msn!

msn.com/en-us/news/world/russian-drones-would-be-in-europe-if-not-for-us-pentagon/ar-BB1i1yaD

Did Bill Gates tell you this? LOLOL

You actually believe in msn, msnbc, cnn, abc, dont you? Do you watch "the view" everyday as well?
PolAmKrakow 2 | 1,024
10 Feb 2024 #248
@Miloslaw
Respectfully, Poland doesn't have near enough military to protect itself against anyone yet. With 200K active military, 20K deployed to NATO and 350K in reserves, that barely exceeds the number of Russians in Ukraine and on the Russian/Ukraine border. Russia could easily mobilize another million in a matter of weeks. PiS did well signing contracts, but next to nothing has been delivered.

The EU needs a united and huge military to deter any further agression. Only then will Russia and everyone else take the EU seriously on defense.
OP johnny reb 47 | 7,057
10 Feb 2024 #249
Without the US, Poland would be a bump on the road to Russia.

Poland doesn't have near enough military to protect itself against anyone

Lets make it a trifecta.....

if London can't defend itself against Russia, why do you think Warsaw can ?

Time to count your blessings from the U.S.of A. and show some respect.
Novichok 5 | 7,853
10 Feb 2024 #250
Respectfully, Poland doesn't have near enough military

Why would Russia attack Poland? To exterminate Poles? To make them slaves? To grab Polish oil fields? Because Russia doesn't have enough land and cannot feed its people?

Russia invaded Ukraine when the Western meddlers finally crossed the red line in 2014 and turned a Russia-friendly neighbor into a hostile one. We would do the same if Iraq started some WMDs crap that would threaten the very existence of the US. The Iraqi ICBMs are amazingly fast and accurate.
Korvinus 2 | 457
10 Feb 2024 #251
and turned a Russia-friendly neighbor into a hostile one

Nah, Russia turned friendly neighbor into a hostile one by constant aggression. The best Ukraine can do is do everything to join NATO and the EU and benefit from the security of the former and the relative prosperity of the latter. Should have done that with us when the window of opportunity in the early 2000s was still open, but Ukrainian society wasn't there yet. I guess 10 years of Russian aggression was the element that finally convinced the majority of the population to the western direction.
Novichok 5 | 7,853
10 Feb 2024 #252
Russia turned friendly neighbor into a hostile one by constant aggression.

When did Russia fire the first shot?
jon357 74 | 21,938
10 Feb 2024 #253
In February 2022...

And in 2014...
Korvinus 2 | 457
10 Feb 2024 #255
When did Russia fire the first shot?

I'd guess when Ruskies invaded Crimea?
There were no US army units in Poland and no NATO installations before 2014 Russian invasion of Crimea and later Donbass. Only then we asked the Americans to send troops here (which they reluctantly did, it was Obama's term after all).

If not for Russian chimpouts of 2014 and 2022 there would not be a powerful US and allied presense on Russian borders. Finland and Sweden would still be neutral and German defence expenditures around 1% of GDP, slowly disarming its military.

Russia brought the current change on itself.

Countries that did not use the short window of opportunity to join NATO have either been invaded and partitioned by Russia (Moldavia, Georgia, Ukraine) or vassalized (Belarus). So far NATO is the only and best way to keep Russia away from us.

Unlike conquering Ukraine beating Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia would be a cakewalk, even for the corrupt and incompetent Russian army, these countries barely have any military forces. And yet Putin never tried to do it, despite numerous threats. Precisely because these countries are in NATO and attacking them meant picking a fight with the whole Alliance.
Novichok 5 | 7,853
10 Feb 2024 #256
I'd guess when Ruskies invaded Crimea?

Russia didn't "invade" Crimea. Crimea seceded from Ukraine and asked Russia to join the Russian Federation. Russian Duma agreed and now Crimea is part of Russia. Eat sh*it.

Iraq didn't ask Poland to invade Iraq but Poland did it anyway. How nice...I guess to spread democracy and freedom to be gay...

The US invaded Afghanistan because it couldn't tell the difference between the good guys like me and the scum like the 9/11 19 azholes who came to "study" how to fly big planes - one way, no landings.

And yet Putin never tried to do it,

...before they went NATO.

Is every Polak an idiot with a short memory?
mafketis 36 | 10,861
10 Feb 2024 #257
Crimea seceded from Ukraine and asked Russia to join the Russian Federation

Even the architect of the 2014 invasion admits the 'referendum' was carried out at gunpoint and people didn't want to participate..... If you don't know who I'm referring to you're admitting your very uninformed.
Korvinus 2 | 457
10 Feb 2024 #258
...before they went NATO.

Is every Polak an idiot with a short memory?

No.


Novichok 5 | 7,853
10 Feb 2024 #259
Even the architect of the 2014 invasion admits the 'referendum' was carried out at gunpoint and people didn't want to participate.

Democratic U was free to organize it without guns.
When was the last poll done before 2014 and what were the results?
Korvinus 2 | 457
10 Feb 2024 #260
Democratic U was free to organize it without guns.

Is this really your new cope? If hypocrisy had an encyclopedia article, it would be illustrated with your photo.

Russia recognized Ukraine in its current borders (with Crimea) not once, but twice, in 1991 and 1997.

Once a country recognizes a territory of another state this act cannot be arbitrarily revoked - unless a country doing so wants to become a laughing stock and be considered as rogue state by all neighbours.

Seethe all you want - nobody, including their alleged ally, China, recognizes Russian Crimea and other cope annexations.

I know your answer, it's their fault, after all they were nazis, were about to invade Russia, and anyway what about Iraq
Novichok 5 | 7,853
10 Feb 2024 #261
Seethe all you want - nobody, including their alleged ally, China, recognizes Russian Crimea and other cope annexations.

I don't "seeth". I celebrate when people are free to vote in a referendum. I wish our ruling mod would ask us if we want our borders open to the invading hordes.

and anyway what about Iraq

You are a true genius. If the US can invade and stay in Syria and Iraq, Russia can invade Ukraine and stay there as long as it wants. I like simple...

Memo to morons: Normal people like guys with guns. We call them cops. Russian soldiers in Crimea were cops. Their job was to prevent violence and terrorism, not to inflict violence and terror on the voters.

Do you, morons, know how I know that? I know that because no shots were fired, nobody died, and no Western press has reported that people were threatened to vote one way or the other.

Further, Russia invited "international observers". They didn't come so that later Polish morons could claim the referendum was coerced and illegitimate. Nice trick...
Korvinus 2 | 457
11 Feb 2024 #262
. We call them cops. Russian soldiers in Crimea were cops.

Even if that was the case, a referendum organized under the military occupation of another country cannot be legitimate. Voting officials walking from door to door to collect votes were accompanied by armed soldiers of the occupation forces. And people who organized protests against occupation regime started disappearing without trace. Take a wild guess if it people could vote independently under such conditions.

Moreover the questions asked during the "referendum" did not allow the population to vote for keeping the status quo ante bellum.
Ironside 53 | 12,493
11 Feb 2024 #263
Democratic U was free to organize it without guns.

So why are you writing about immigrants pooring from the South into the US? After all, you let them in, and American people visited for that, and are voting for that in democratic elections. So what is your problem? You are a sore loser and warmongering anti-0semoctric where according to your own logic are you not?

or just admit you are a clueless troll. you migrant nig.ger you!
amiga500 4 | 1,541
11 Feb 2024 #264
you migrant nig.ger you!

Novichok is definitely a ni*ger in troll disguise.
Novichok 5 | 7,853
11 Feb 2024 #265
So what is your problem?

I have two.

I love the US and I am sad to see it in a suicide mode.
I like Russia and am sad to see so many Russians die only because the US, the country I love, loves exporting wars at my expense.

See my problem now?

I am glad.
Alien 18 | 4,845
11 Feb 2024 #266
See my problem now?

I don't see insomnia, bitterness, loneliness and an enlarged prostate. Forgot about them?
Novichok 5 | 7,853
11 Feb 2024 #267
@Alien
I sleep like a baby. I am pis*ed off, not bitter. My prostate is history along with cancer 9 years ago.
That leaves "loneliness". With my dear wife of 54 years, two daughters, and four granddaughters it's extremely hard to be lonely - even if you want to be.

Political loneliness is another matter. No matter which group I join, I am among morons, leftists, Dem Jews, and open borders excusers. I hate my social life.
OP johnny reb 47 | 7,057
13 Feb 2024 #268
Poland puts ALL of it's E.U. neighbors to shame in defense spending.
In fact Poland puts almost ALL of the NATO members to shame by spending double or more.
I'm with Trump, kick the mooches out and let Putin have them.
Map reveals which Nato countries fail to reach 2% minimum spending budget

msn.com/en-us/news/world/map-reveals-which-nato-countries-fail-to-reach-2-minimum-spending-budget/ss-BB1idJcr?ocid=msedgdhp&pc=ENTPSP&cvid=b8ea15a71ff940a48231f00b3700e688&ei=28#image=2

Which countries missed the mark ?

· France (1.9 %)
· Montenegro (1.87 %)
· North Macedonia (1.87 %)
· Bulgaria (1.84 %)
· Croatia (1.79 %)
· Albania (1.76 %)
· Netherlands (1.7 %)
· Norway (1.67 %)
· Denmark (1.65 %)
· Germany (1.57 %)
· Czech Republic (1.5 %)
· Portugal (1.48 %)
· Italy (1.46 %)
· Canada (1.38 %)
· Slovenia (1.35 %)
· Turkey (1.31 %)
· Spain (1.26 %)
· Belgium (1.26 %)

Which countries hit the 2% defence spending target ?

· Poland (3.9 %)
· US (3.49 %)
· Greece (3.01 %)
· Estonia (2.73 %)
· Lithuania (2.54 %)
· Finland (2.45 %)
· Romania (2.44 %)
· Hungary (2.43 %)
· Latvia (2.27 %)
· United Kingdom (2.07 %)
· Slovakia (2.03 %)
Bratwurst Boy 11 | 11,844
13 Feb 2024 #269
I'm with Trump, kick the mooches out and let Putin have them.

I quite agree!

But technically Russia would need to get over Poland to reach some mooches....
OP johnny reb 47 | 7,057
13 Feb 2024 #270
Russia would need to get over Poland to reach some mooches....

Not a problem.
Russia could come right down the Atlantic and sneak into Germany's back door without bothering Poland a bit.
Other countries are tired of paying for your protection B.B.


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