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Poland's election winning party: PIS proclamations


Harry
29 Nov 2015 #151
clueless, parasitic Amglo-expats

Remind us, 4A, which nation you choose to be a member of.

You're justifying appointing a communist-era prosecutor, dissident-prosecuting and valued member of the PZPR to a human rights commission on the basis of a single opinion poll?

You're surprised to see Poisonious3 defending the indefensible?!
delphiandomine 88 | 18,456
29 Nov 2015 #152
You're surprised to see Poisonious3 defending the indefensible?!

I'm not surprised at all to see him defend PZPR comrades.

I just wonder how anyone could be so deluded as to support an "anti-communist" party that then appoints ex-communists to positions of power.
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
29 Nov 2015 #153
a single opinion poll

You ain't seen nothing yet, baby! Look forward to one or two more double-digit ones and then down, down, down, below the threshold. And it won't be any too soon to see the bankster-scamster scum scatter, abandon their sophisticated white-collar crime (book-juggling, tender fixing, graft, kickbacks, etc.) and revert to salt-of-the-earth car theft, shoplifting and pickpocketing.You gonna join 'em?
delphiandomine 88 | 18,456
30 Nov 2015 #154
Excuse me Polonius, but is that the sound of you openly condoning the appointment of an ex-PZPR public prosecutor to a human rights commission?
NocyMrok
30 Nov 2015 #155
ex-PZPR public prosecutor to a human rights commission

"Evil is evil. Lesser, greater, middling...makes no difference. The degree is arbitrary. The definition's blurred. If I'm to choose between one evil and another, I'd rather not choose at all."

-Geralt of Rivia, the Butcher of Blaviken
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
30 Nov 2015 #156
human rights commission?

Konrad Wallenrod!

openly condoning

For years you have openly condoned handing Poland's finances (finance min., C-bank head) over to an ex-commie employed in the regime's Institute of Basic Problems of Marxism-Leninism. It's not only a matter of his pre-1989 background but mainly of his post-1989 misdeeds and disachievements. His so-called "plan" caused widespread unemployment and miksery and he was single-handedly responsible for destroying Poland's industrial assets and transferring them for a song to foreign capital interests. And no-one has ever heard a peep out of you or your expat Pole-bashers about that!?
jon357 67 | 16,655
30 Nov 2015 #157
Konrad Wallenrod

A classic excuse for treason and opportunism...
Harry
30 Nov 2015 #158
his post-1989 misdeeds and disachievements.

Care to point to the time when he excused and enabled a paedophile priest? Or the time he was banned from the roads for being a danger to every road user? Or the time he was sentenced to a multi-year prison sentence for abuse of powers? Or the time he was caught defrauding the Polish taxpayer while enriching himself? Or the time Szydlo promised he wouldn't be in her cabinet?

Ah, now I see why he isn't qualified to be part of the current PIS regime.

Nice overview of PIS by the Washington Post:

It's been just two weeks since Beata Szydlo, a mild-mannered parliamentarian from the right-wing Law and Justice party, was sworn in as the country's prime minister. During that time, the administration nominally under her control has installed a new chief of the secret security services who was previously convicted of abuse of power for prosecuting political opponents, replaced five members of the Constitutional Court in order to avoid challenges to that first appointment, and named as defense minister an outspoken anti-Semite.

The new Polish culture minister tried to order a state-funded theater not to stage a play by Nobel Prize-winning author Elfriede Jelinek, claiming it was pornographic. ...

Full article here: washingtonpost
Ironside 50 | 11,131
30 Nov 2015 #159
Sure, Harry, I wonder who in Poland paid for that article?
Harry
30 Nov 2015 #161
who in Poland paid for that article?

You're badly off message there, to PIS and PISites it's a international global Jewish/homosexual/communist/German/Anglo/Russian/Satanist conspiracy!
jon357 67 | 16,655
30 Nov 2015 #162
Nice overview of PIS by the Washington Post:

An excellent article and absolutely true. It reflects very much what I hear educated people saying here in Poland.
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
30 Nov 2015 #163
It reflects

It reflects the slant of the Judaeo-leftstream media which you apparently identify with. BTW: R U 1 2?
jon357 67 | 16,655
30 Nov 2015 #164
the slant of the Judaeo-leftstream media

Rubbish. In the quote above is even one word untrue?

BTW: R U 1 2

Is that your car registration plate?
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
1 Dec 2015 #165
car registration plate

Can't afford a car. I ride a tricycle.
jon357 67 | 16,655
1 Dec 2015 #166
tricycle

They do I suppose give (perhaps much needed) stability, something that PiS couldn't do last time and is showing no signs of now.
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
1 Dec 2015 #167
They do

Unclear what the pronoun "they" refers to. Leftstream media?
jon357 67 | 16,655
1 Dec 2015 #168
Your tricycle. Not exactly VIP transport but certainly a metaphor for political stability, something that Poland temporarily lost at the election.
Ironside 50 | 11,131
1 Dec 2015 #169
You're badly off message there, to PIS and PISites it's a international global Jewish/homosexual/communist/German/Anglo/Russian/Satanist conspiracy!

You are wide-off mark here, it simply a fact that some circles in Poland are sponsoring articles blacking PiS and Poland. I would say those c... are traitors but that would be debatable for some PCvites so I only say that is a very undemocratic and boorish of them to do it.

It reflects very much what I hear educated people saying here in Poland.

No, that what your circle of friends and acquaintances are saying. Majority of people voted for changes and ageist the system which proved to be barren.
Harry
1 Dec 2015 #170
Majority of people voted for changes and ageist the system which proved to be barren.

Why do you bother telling such blatant whoppers?! Only 18% of people voted for the current regime.

Your tricycle. Not exactly VIP transport

Very often things which claim to be VIP aren't quite what they say on the tin.
Ironside 50 | 11,131
1 Dec 2015 #171
Only 18% of people voted for the current regime.

According to your convoluted "methodology", also many more people voted parties seen as being anti-establishment. Changes and even profound changes are what the majority of the Polish society is waiting for. Those PO and PSL losers are generally distrusted and hated.
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
1 Dec 2015 #172
educated people

There are wyksztaƂceni and wyksztaƂciuchy. But those finepoints go over your head. Don't ask the Loudmouth Blowhard, because he doesn't know either.
Harry
1 Dec 2015 #173
many more people voted parties seen as being anti-establishment.

Actually, no; only a minority of Polish people voted for parties which are seen as being anti-establishment or actually are anti-establishment. And that holds true even if you include the people who voted for the party which attracted the votes of a similar percentage of Poles to the percentage of Poles who used to be members of the communist party, and the support of a certain American who has never voted for any political party in Poland or been a member of the communist party but has done his best to help one political party and the communist regime.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,456
1 Dec 2015 #174
it simply a fact that some circles in Poland are sponsoring articles blacking PiS and Poland.

Ironside, do you really not know much about how Communists ruled people's heads? All this talk of internal enemies "sponsoring articles" and so on - it's entirely the same nonsense that they used. There's really no need for anyone to sponsor articles - PiS are behaving like idiots and it's showing.
jon357 67 | 16,655
1 Dec 2015 #175
There's really no need for anyone to sponsor articles - PiS are behaving like idiots and it's showing.

Absolutely. Just small mindedness about people expressing opposing views. Must be 'sponsored'...
delphiandomine 88 | 18,456
1 Dec 2015 #176
There's a very interesting graphic that shows how the "independent" right wing media is actually controlled by PiS.

wykop.pl/ramka/2809039/niezalezne-media-wg-pis

That's why they think that any attack on PiS must be "sponsored", because they sponsor attacks on the opposition.
OP Dougpol1 32 | 2,674
6 Jan 2016 #178
2 wrong 'uns together. Does Orban share Kaczynski's alleged preferences?
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
7 Jan 2016 #179
sponsored

The Trough Defence Committee are a prime example of a sponsored agenda with people like Soros and his generously bankrolled front groups (like the Stefan Batory Foundation) pulling the strings behind the scenes.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,456
7 Jan 2016 #180
Ah, good old PZPR-style anti-semitism.

Interestingly enough, you seem to share the same views as Kremlin supporters.


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