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Should Poland exit the EU immediately?


Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163
23 Dec 2015 #361
PiS have their specific view of what the EU means

Similar to mainstream approach in UK and quite a few other countries, "driving further integration" and all that mess is pretty much Germany + Low countries. PiS on this one is more in the mainstream than Merkel is. Gerries have just hijacked the whole concept of "Europe".
Dougpol1 32 | 3,296
24 Dec 2015 #362
The BBC interviewer absolutely destroyed Duda there. He looked a clown and tried to play the "economical with the truth" card, but she marked that card for him.

Poor, must do better! Clearly admitted to being racist and agreeing with Kaczynski's xenophobia.
Wulkan - | 3,251
24 Dec 2015 #363
Poor, must do better! Clearly admitted to being racist

Next time you'll find racist when you open cupboard in you kitchen.
Librarius - | 91
24 Dec 2015 #364
I see your knowledge of Polish protocol is like your knowledge of Polish history, Polish law and many other things - non-existent.

Mr Jerzy Urban, former spokesman for the Polish Government, to whom because of your knowledge of the Polish protocol you should give due respect, once asked by Barbara Czajkowska (after Lech Wałęsa was searched at the Heathrow airport by a squad of girls at border control) about "Lech Wałęsa Rozmowa z bratem" answerd simply the conversation was true.

Wałęsa's exlenation in 1983 was:

Jeszcze raz oświadczam, że jest to od początku do końca sprefabrykowany paszkwil. Ja w nim ani mój brat nie uczestniczyłem... ja nie wiem jak tego dokonano... jest możliwość, że część tego została we śnie nagrana... ja nie wykluczam możliwości sennych.

Just listen to the last of the five part conversation and you will know that people of Wałęsa's type among normal decent people are not given respect.
delphiandomine 85 | 18,266
24 Dec 2015 #365
Just listen to the last of the five part conversation and you will know that people of Wałęsa's type among normal decent people are not given respect.

I'm really not sure what this has to do with the simple fact that his title is President Wałęsa.

Gerries have just hijacked the whole concept of "Europe".

Of course, it's normal that different countries have different opinions on what the EU is/should be. But those living across the pond really could do with learning that Poland has no interest whatsoever in leaving the EU.
mafketis 23 | 8,382
24 Dec 2015 #366
people of Wałęsa's type among normal decent people are not given respect.

It's sad that so many Poles are so addicted to defeat and oppression (and the cosy feelings of angry self-righteouness that flow from those) that they want to turn one of the greatest acocmplishments of the last hundred years into treason and defeat.....

It's okay to think that the fall of communism was a good thing, it really is (as it was). There's no need to turn into another chapter of betrayal against the long-suffereing Polish public.
nothanks - | 640
29 Dec 2015 #367
2016 Trends Forecast, mega analysis by Andrew Korybko

thesaker.is/2016-trends-forecast-by-andrew-korybko/

> "In more ways than one, 2015 can be described as the year that the US made one of its strongest power plays against Europe ever since the end of World War II."

Epic review and 2016 predictions on the major regions of the Globe
pweeg
29 Dec 2015 #368
Please don't post quotes from Russia-Fascist propaganda websites, regardless of the point you are trying to make.

Andrew Korybko works for the Russian government.

I am lost for words, how can you post such filth?
nothanks - | 640
29 Dec 2015 #369
Well, which parts do you disagree with?
delphiandomine 85 | 18,266
29 Dec 2015 #370
I am lost for words, how can you post such filth?

Likewise. It's quite funny how many on the right of Polish politics use Russian government sources to back up their agenda.
nothanks - | 640
29 Dec 2015 #371
American/UK government sources are better?
Crow 139 | 8,584
29 Dec 2015 #372
at this moment, worse. Anglos lost any dignity
nothanks - | 640
29 Dec 2015 #373
> From article

"The homeland of Western Civilization has seen its fair share of turbulence and destabilization throughout the past year, largely owing to the large-scale and purposefully intended geopolitical blowback of the US' regime change operations in the Mideast. The overwhelming "refugee" crisis has unbalanced the origin, transit, and destination states, and in each instance, it works out to the US' grand strategic advantage. Concurrent with the internal weakening of Europe via the ambitious demographic transformation that the US has been engineering over the past year, American control over the continent was also promulgated via the direct form of NATO expansionism.

thesaker.is/2016-trends-forecast-by-andrew-korybko/
quote cropped - no more than 100 words please.

Which parts do you guys disagree on?
pawian 170 | 11,331
18 Feb 2020 #374
Poland should exit EU immediately. Time to end it.

Nearly 5 years have passed. They didn`t listen to your desperate calls. :) Poland is still in the EU. What a shame. hahaha


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