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Berlin terrorist attack -- Poland's ethnic homogeneity a true blessing


Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
20 Dec 2016  #1
A Pakistani drove a Polish-owned lorry into a Berlin Christmas market, killing 12 and injuring several dozen more, some critically.
Multi-culti can be vaunted as something good and enriching -- people of differnet cultures sharing the best of their heriatge, etc., etc. but in today's times such idealistic rhetoric has little in common with harsh reality. Western countries already have such large Middle East populations that it's easy for terrorists and fugitives to melt into the crowd. In Poland, a swarthy complection and exotic facial features call attention to themselves. A dark-skinned Arab renting a flat or even visitng a shop or restaurant, esp. in smaller localities, will immediately be noticed and rememebred. And that in the age of Merkel's folly is defintiely a factor protecting Poland against such attacks. Inb otehr words, Poland's ethnic homogeneity is a true blessing
dolnoslask 5 | 2,423
20 Dec 2016  #2
Radio Poland is reporting that the Polish truck driver was found dead from gunshot wounds in the cab.

Even one Pole killed by an act of terrorism is not acceptable we need to seal the border with Germany and review migrants currently in Poland for signs of radicalisation, and also monitor and root out any migrants with possible terrorist connections.

People from countries that are known for breeding terrorists should not be allowed a visa to enter Poland.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,423
20 Dec 2016  #3
this just gets worse.

How Christmas market carnage unfolded: 'Afghan refugee hijacked HGV and killed the driver' before turning lights off and driving stolen lorry into shoppers at 40mph killing 12 and injuring 48

dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4049442/Terror-attack-fears-lorry-ploughs-Christmas-market-Berlin-leaving-two-people-dead.html#ixzz4TMCFJ9v3

Those poor people may they rest in peace.
johnny reb 17 | 3,592
20 Dec 2016  #4
People from countries that are known for breeding terrorists should not be allowed a visa to enter Poland.

Be allowed to enter any civilized country.
Now that Poland has got a slight taste of terrorism they can act before it gets out of hand.
Yet when President Trump suggested the same thing you just did dolno Britain called him a bigot and racist.
The Liberals of America called Trump full of hate.
Wake up people.
How many times have I posted here that the EU countries will be flocking to Poland for their safety soon.
How many threads have been "Closed" on the Polish Forum regarding Muslims ? (hint: All of them, go look)
Sorry but we are just infidels to them and their religion tells them to kill the infidels.
I hate to confuse you with the facts but time to wake up Poland.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,423
20 Dec 2016  #5
Trump suggested the same thing you just did dolno Britain called him a bigot and racist.

Britain is doomed.

A breeding ground for terrorism, Britain has an open door policy allowing terrorists to operate abroad and then return to safety in Britain.

Approximately 850 people from the UK have travelled to support or fight for jihadist organisations in Syria and Iraq, say the British authorities. About half have since returned to the UK.

bbc.com/news/uk-32026985
Ziemowit 12 | 3,455
20 Dec 2016  #6
The terror attack could be a political disaster for Angela Merkel, who will seek a historic fourth term as German Chancellor next year - says the Daily Mail.

This in fact was my first thought when I heard the news.

Some time ago an attempt to plant a bomb by a 12 year old (!) Pakistani boy in one of German towns was neutralised thanks to the fact that a passer-by alerted the police.
Harry
20 Dec 2016  #7
What a surprise to see which posters are using a sickening terrorist atrocity to support the same tired racist filth they pollute this place with but would never dare to put their own names to. All decent people are praying for those who have had their lives ended or destroyed by this attack. This thread is a disgrace.
Ziemowit 12 | 3,455
20 Dec 2016  #8
You certainly don't like the term

Merkel's folly

here, do you?
Harry
20 Dec 2016  #9
You certainly don't like

What I certainly don't like is that the so-called Islamic State have written about their desire to destroy what they refer to as the "grey zone" that allows multi-cultural communities to exist and to thus force all people to choose between black and white. And what I like even less are the spiritual cousins of those f*cktards posting here and supporting them.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,423
20 Dec 2016  #10
f*cktards posting here and supporting them.

Suggest you clear off to your grey zone then.

choose between black and white.

This isn't about race if you havn't noticed.

Its about a substantial minority of believers regardless of race or colour who want to follow their book of ancient laws to the letter.
Harry
20 Dec 2016  #11
your grey zone

It's not mine, it's the invention of those who want to force their beliefs on others.

follow their book of ancient laws to the letter.

Is that the same book of ancient laws that you and Polly use as the grounds for your attacks on homosexuals and other people you think don't meet your moral standards? That same book of ancient laws that was used to 'justify' slavery and laws against miscegenation? Or should we not blame all believers for those of their fellow believers who used an ancient text to support their bigotry?
dolnoslask 5 | 2,423
20 Dec 2016  #12
ancient laws that you and Polly use as the grounds for your attacks on homosexuals

******** Harry, where have I ever attacked homosexuals here, in fact the oposite is true,
jon357 63 | 14,122
20 Dec 2016  #13
People from countries that are known for breeding terrorists should not be allowed a visa to enter Poland.

Whats wrong with Smurf, Atch, etc? Nothing wrong with them at all, Both thoroughly decent...

What a surprise to see which posters are using a sickening terrorist atrocity to support the same tired racist filth they pollute this place with but would never dare to put their own names to

Did you expect anything else? Making a thread is a new low, the mods allowing it to remain is just sad. Perhaps time to alert a few anti-racist organisations to the reality of this forum.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,423
20 Dec 2016  #14
Harry I am not going to put up with you trolling lies about me this is what i posted in december 2015

My take on being gay in poland (or being gay in a polish family) is that the teachings of the roman catholic church say that it is wrong to be gay (Sodom and Gomorrah and all that).

The catholic church also says it is wrong to persecute or to harm someone , so the upshot is you can be gay in Poland (But people will judge you as a wrong doer) but there again they would be in the wrong to cause any harm to a gay person. so many gay people in Poland stay under the radar and keep their sexuality to themselves.

I have noticed once that Polish gay people move to the UK,Holland, Germany etc they quickly embrace the more tolerant culture and don't hide their sexuality as they did back home.

Sorry mod I know I should not have posted this here but i am totally fed up with his libel, he constantly does this to take a thread he does not like off topic
jon357 63 | 14,122
20 Dec 2016  #15
a thread

A deliberately trolling, racist, spiteful and unchristian thread. Shouldn't be here at all. You'll notice that pond life Po started the thread in off-topic, just because he thought he would have a better chance of it getting past the mods. All now screenshotted, and wending its way to the appropriate organisations with a note about who started the thread.

And shame on you for your anti-Irish comments in post #2 :-(
dolnoslask 5 | 2,423
20 Dec 2016  #16
Whats wrong with Smurf, Atch, etc?

No need for you use them as some kind of ammunition, as far as I am aware there are no terrorists in the republic of Ireland, the same as Poland
jon357 63 | 14,122
20 Dec 2016  #17
No need for you use them as some kind of ammunition,

Well, Dolno, you mentioned them first:

People from countries that are known for breeding terrorists should not be allowed a visa to enter Poland.

Is the IRA their fault?

Shame on you.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,423
20 Dec 2016  #18
Is the IRA their fault?

You cant copare this new theat with the troubles in northern ireland which was against Brtish rule and had nothing to do with religion.

the current threat is a global one

You and Harry are now scraping the bottom of the barel to destroy this thread, I will leave you too it goodbye.
jon357 63 | 14,122
20 Dec 2016  #19
You cant copare this new theat with the troubles in northern ireland

So why did you say:

People from countries that are known for breeding terrorists should not be allowed a visa to enter Poland

Ziemowit 12 | 3,455
20 Dec 2016  #20
Sorry mod I know I should not have posted this here but i am totally fed up with his libel, he constantly does this to take a thread he does not like off topic

Yes, Harold is a well-known liar on the PF. He will make everything to take a thread off-topic if he doesn't like it. Unfortunately, mods allow him to do so, so he does it. Notice how his accomplice, this well-known British clown comes here to confirm every word in Harold's lies.

Yes, Harold and his accomplice don't like the ethnic homogeneity of Poland, but somehow they refuse to move to a muslim country where all ethnic and religiuos groups are more than welcome and cherished. Leaders such as Frau Merkel will be at every corner waiting for them over there. And in particular sexual minorities such as gays and lesbians will be truly supported through their muslim faith.
jon357 63 | 14,122
20 Dec 2016  #21
You and Harry are now scraping the bottom of the barel to destroy this thread, I will leave you too it goodbye.

It's in the off-topic section, Dolno. And malicious, racist, tawdry, unchristian, unpleasant and small-minded. Basically a thread made here to troll. But hey, Dolno, you joined in with the thread with gusto. And you would do very well (for the sake of your soul - Po's soul is far to far gone and Moe's soul never got round to growing up and leaving home) to reflect on what you said and remember that during this special season of the year, in a very real sense that there was once a family of refugees, in Palestine - itself no stranger to terrorism, weeping tears of sadness when they read:

People from countries that are known for breeding terrorists should not be allowed a visa to enter Poland

dolnoslask 5 | 2,423
20 Dec 2016  #22
They couldn't be bothered to read my comment #5 where I say

"A breeding ground for terrorism"

Terrorists are not born they are groomed ,tutored and enabled.

Jon you are playing with words and clutching at straws,

There is a Polish truck drivers family who will be weeping at their loss this Christmas
jon357 63 | 14,122
20 Dec 2016  #23
Grow up, Dolno. I notice you haven't taken back your words:

People from countries that are known for breeding terrorists should not be allowed a visa to enter Poland

Citizens of Ireland, the US and many others wouldn't like that.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,423
20 Dec 2016  #24
. I notice you haven't taken back your words:

Oh you want to be childish and

Is this better for you.

People from countries that are known for supporting funding or enabling terrorism, should not be allowed a visa to enter Poland.

Is that precise enough to get a mark from you mr teach.
jon357 63 | 14,122
20 Dec 2016  #25
People from countries that are known for supporting funding or enabling terrorism, should not be allowed a visa to enter Polan

That would exclude all Americans and yes, it would also exclude both you and I.
Harry
20 Dec 2016  #26
People from countries that are known for supporting funding or enabling terrorism, should not be allowed a visa to enter Poland.

OK, I'm good. When are you leaving Poland? And are you taking Polly with you? Or did you mean only people from those countries who don't benefit from the same skin colour as you?
dolnoslask 5 | 2,423
20 Dec 2016  #27
it would also exclude both you and I.

A visa is not required for travel within the EU so I don't get your point, unless you are talking post Brexit,

I have citizenship by confirmation yours is by application and test , there is a difference you know.
Harry
20 Dec 2016  #28
I have citizenship by confirmation

Precisely. You're not from Poland. Your mother and/or father may or may not be from Poland, but you are certainly not from Poland: you're from a country that has done far worse than just being a source of terrorists. So, when are you leaving? Or does the role you and Polly support not apply to white people?
jon357 63 | 14,122
20 Dec 2016  #29
there is a difference you know.

Nope, no difference at all. Unless you know of some law saying there is a

difference

in citizenships that the rest of us, including the entire legal establishment, don't. Or perhaps that was just a typically lame attempt at nationalism...

So, when are you leaving? Or does the role you and Polly support not apply to white people?

It's what it boils down to really. That and hatred, bile and small-mindedness.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,423
20 Dec 2016  #30
the same skin colour as you?

You really are a thicko of the first degree , or are you drunk yet again

Did you not read my post #10

"Its about a substantial minority of believers regardless of race or colour who want to follow their book of ancient laws to the letter."

I have got to give it to you and Jon, you are both using every Libtard trick in the snowflake book of engagement.

The List So far

Your a racist.
Your a homophobe
Your malicious
Your tawdry (using big boys words now)
Your unchristian
Your unpleasant
Your small-minded.
Your spitful.

You really are a boring pair of tits.


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