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European funds - why Poland should refuse to receive them.


pawian 170 | 11,329
2 Feb 2020 #31
If you had read what I recently wrote here about PiS, you wouldn't think that. :)

Oh, I feel relieved now. Thanks, for a while I thought they snatched the real you and replaced you with a PiS-oriented zombie.

Of course, I would prefer him to be a decent centre-right Christian Democrat like me

Funny, that`s what I am in reality. Putting stress on decent. :):)

people like him should teach anything to anybody

Yes, that`s exactly what I am trying to do here. :):) But you don`t appreciate it at all! I can`t never give you no satisfaction.

PS. Did you notice I used a lot of negations? One is for you in case you missed it. hahaha
Crow 139 | 8,583
3 Feb 2020 #32
Pierdolze on EU funds. Poland is more free without them.
Miloslaw 7 | 3,260
3 Feb 2020 #33
Thank you Pawian.

That is what the British disliked most in the EU.

It was.
mafketis 23 | 8,381
3 Feb 2020 #34
Whites exploited blacks for free and in result made the USA a superpower

Except the parts that tried to build an economy on slavery lagged (and still lag) behind the rest, so .... not really.

whites also used to beat blacks.

A u was Murzynów biją!
Ironside 49 | 10,302
4 Feb 2020 #35
the parts that tried to build an economy on slavery lagged (and still lag) behind the rest

Cause had been robbed and destroyed by the other part. So, that argument is not really working.
mafketis 23 | 8,381
4 Feb 2020 #36
Cause had been robbed and destroyed by the other part.

No... the south was an economic basket case before the war, one of the reasons the north didn't want to let it go was that southern states owed northern banks massive amounts of money and if they left the banks would never be paid.

apart from being inherently evil and awful, slavery is terrible economics...


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