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Poland elected temporary member of the UN Security Council


Polonius3 980 | 12278
2 Jun 2017 #1
Poland has been elected as a member of the UN Security Council for the sixth time. The election of Poland to one of the main and most important UN bodies recognises Poland's country's contributions in preserving international peace and security as well as the trust that the international community has bestowed upon the country. Being a member of this body raises the international prestige.

The election is an effective kick in the b*lls for Poland's losers' cłub (aka "total oppositon"). Despite all their huffing, puffing and ranting to paint Poland as a powderkeg of turmoil, economic collapse and undemocratic rule, Poland's international image has not really suffered. Moral of the story: nobody likes a mendacious, mean-spirited snitcher badmouthing his own country in the international arena.
Harry
2 Jun 2017 #2
Poland has been elected as a member of the UN Security Council for the sixth time.

Did San Escobar vote for Poland? What about Sans Serriffe?

[Note for those who do not follow Polish politics closely: San Escobar is not a country. There has never been a country named San Escobar. However, Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs Witold Waszczykowski is such a moron that he boasted about how he had had meeting with representatives of various countries "for the first time in the history of our diplomacy. For example with countries such as Belize or San Escobar". Yes, that's right, in the PiSlamic State loyalty to the First Secretary of the Party, Jarek Kaczynski is valued far more highly than things such as basic knowledge of geography.]

Being a member of this body raises the international prestige.

Sadly Poland's international image is hurt pretty much every time a member of the elitny of the PiSlamic State opens their mouth.

Poland's international image has not really suffered.

Unlike Poland's ability to get funds from the EU.
mafketis 37 | 10809
2 Jun 2017 #3
The election is an effective kick in the b*lls for Poland's losers' cłub

Were Polish politicians actually working against the election? First I heard. The last time I remember the Polish government actively trying to sabotage Polish diplomacy was in Tusk's reelection as EC president....
OP Polonius3 980 | 12278
2 Jun 2017 #4
PiSlamic

PiSlamic is such a moron he probably doesn't know that 190 of 192 countires voted for Poland's membership. One wonders what twisted logic and distorted rhetoric PiSlamic and his beloved losers' club will use to discredit and undermine the vote?
Harry
2 Jun 2017 #5
190 of 192 countires voted for Poland's membership.

But, 'Polish', what about San Escobar? Did San Escobar support Poland?

The last time I remember the Polish government actively trying to sabotage Polish diplomacy was in Tusk's reelection as EC president....

Hypocrisy is the middle name of First Secretary of the Party, Jarek Kaczynski, so you can't be surprised when his minions behave in the same way.
OP Polonius3 980 | 12278
2 Jun 2017 #6
sabotage Polish diplomacy

Since when is a rubber-stamp vote democratic? That one dissenting voice saved the honour of the Brussels-dictated single-candidate election. If the EU were as democratic as they claim to be, there would be a ban on all elections in which a single candidate stood unopposed.
OP Polonius3 980 | 12278
2 Jun 2017 #7
Hypocrisy

Not quite. HyPOcrisy is the middle name of the losers' club, aka "total opposition".
Ineffective and clueless when in power, clueless and harmless as an opposition. The only things they're good at are scams, self-promoting PR and bashing anyone who actually wants to do something for Poland. If that kind of company suits your fancy, you're more than welcome to it!
OP Polonius3 980 | 12278
2 Jun 2017 #8
get funds from the EU

As PM Szydło eloquently put it in her Sejm address: "We willl not submit to EU blackmail or the madness of Brussels elites." Her words struck a respondent chord amongst "internauts" world-wide. "We need more politcians like Polish PM Szydło if we are to ensure our security and combat djihad," one of them wrote.
Crow 160 | 9329
2 Jun 2017 #9
Credit goes to China and Russia for this. On the first place. Sure, nothing won`t be possible without vision of Polish president Duda.

This development is major step forward unto New Commonwealth (ie Intermarium). Again, we see that era of multi-polar world suits Poland. This once again proving that those who moved and still moving against Serbia, works against Poland, intent to put Poland down, in dust, under control.


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