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Frau Merkel today in Poland


Crow 137 | 7,639
7 Feb 2017  #1
I heard that frau Merkel today coming to Warsaw. She for sure bringing many nice things there. What you people think?
Najade - | 19
7 Feb 2017  #2
Please give her a WARM welcome.

Like, bonfire-like warm.
I'll sponsor a stake.
Ziemowit 12 | 3,616
7 Feb 2017  #3
She doesn't bring any nice things, she only wants to discuss the current EU business with our Great Dear Leader Jarosław Kaczyński. This meeting takes place in Hotel Bristol (click the image to enlarge), a luxury collection hotel in Warsaw.

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The hotel was set up in 1901 by Ignacy Paderewski, a famous pianist.
OP Crow 137 | 7,639
7 Feb 2017  #4
Without Clinton behind her, Merkel isn`t that scary. So, Kaczyński, as a man of taste, sending her in nice hotel. He would for sure personally check her tonight, satisfy her. Eventually
OP Crow 137 | 7,639
7 Feb 2017  #5
This is how Putin welcomes Merkel. He probably said: ``Merkel this is Connie. Connie this is Merkel. Connie we love Merkel, we don`t eat Merkel.``

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NoToForeigners 6 | 1,004
7 Feb 2017  #7
This is how Putin welcomes Merkel. He probably said: ``Merkel this is Connie. Connie this is Merkel. Connie we love Merkel, we don`t eat Merkel.``

This is Putin's show of disrespect towards Makrela. It's not a surprise. She deserves none.
OP Crow 137 | 7,639
7 Feb 2017  #8
By the God, Poles truly burned her. I mean, not literally but still

Members of the nationalist organization "All-Polish-Youth" have burned an effigy of German chancellor Angela Merkel, saying that her immigrations policy has failed.

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When she is witch

source: Members of All-Polish-Youth burn effigy of German chancellor Angela Merkel
lodzpost.com/polishnews/member-of-all-polish-youth-burn-effigy-of-german-chancellor-angela-merkel/
TheOther 5 | 3,793
7 Feb 2017  #9
By the God, Poles truly burned her.

Nine meatheads and a gal who took photos? Man, what a crowd! LOL!
OP Crow 137 | 7,639
7 Feb 2017  #10
I myself feel like that I was among them. That also counts
Ziemowit 12 | 3,616
7 Feb 2017  #11
Nine meatheads and a gal who took photos?

From Białystok which city is famous for its nationalistic crap.
Ironside 48 | 9,796
7 Feb 2017  #12
Good for them! Go narodowcy! Show that Merkel ***** that not all people in Poland are just a soviet trash.
OP Crow 137 | 7,639
7 Feb 2017  #13
Long time ago former Czech president Vaclav Klaus warned on EU`s extreme leftist tendencies and compared EU to Soviet Union. Vaclav was right all the time
Marsupial - | 888
7 Feb 2017  #14
Ofcourse he was right along with you and 9 others. A vast improvement on your last nut theory where only 7 turned out. Maybe there will be 11 next time and you can all celebrate. I am sure Merkel is worried. She would rather go to moscow and meet a nut and his dogs.
OP Crow 137 | 7,639
7 Feb 2017  #15
Spot this title

Kaczyński: Merkel win is best for Poland. Chancellor Merkel arrives in Warsaw
lodzpost.com/polishnews/kaczynski-merkel-win-is-best-for-poland-chancellor-merkel-arrives-warsaw/

Do you people believe that brat Kacz knows something that we don`t know? Tell me more about brat Kacz. Is he reliable
nothanks - | 640
7 Feb 2017  #16
Both nominees for German Chancellor are pro-refugees and pro-EU. So we have to come to grips with this reality
Lyzko 23 | 6,645
8 Feb 2017  #18
Chancellor Merkel's really between a rock and a hard place! On the one hand, she's chief engineer of the Europe's economic motor, in itself an awesome responsibility, added to that, the weight of her country's history whenever she all but sets foot out of Germany. Furthermore, she's got to please all factions within her already splintered government in order to accommodate their wishes (meaning, to get re-elected), moreover, she now has to deal with the UK, whose PM is quite similar to her in a number of ways, yet she's also got to deal with "Donald The Menace" over across the pond.

All things considered, she's been doing her level best to remain a bulwark of sanity and democracy on a continent which is falling apart as we speak, and in a country which is threatening to turn back the hands of time to 1933!!!

Failed as her methods have been, she continues to need our support in order to learn from these failures, but quickly:-)
mafketis 20 | 7,331
8 Feb 2017  #19
All things considered, she's been doing her level best to remain a bulwark of sanity and democracy on a continent which is falling apart

No. Her anti-democratic actions in Greece and insane refugee/migrant policy have actually done more to harm the EU than the actions of any other politician in living memory. She couldn't have done more to harm the EU if she tried. I sometimes think wrecking the EU is her goal.

She needs to go. Her migrant policy needs to be reversed. The EU needs to back off on its 'ever closer integration' policy.

People across the west are rejecting the neoliberal consensus, the harder the leaders hang onto it the worse the crack is going to be. You can't keep the lid on a pressure cooker forever.
Lyzko 23 | 6,645
8 Feb 2017  #20
Perhaps, Maf, as here at home, the key question we all have to ask ourselves, is "How did we get to this point?"!!
It's easy to hit someone when they're down, to attack the policy without examining the cause, but perhaps the problem today is precisely that liberal causes seem at an all time low and that we've giving in more and more to hypocrisy, infantile instant gratification, and the not so slow demise of tolerance.

Tough times don't last, but tough people do. It's a clichee, but it has an element of truth. It is when the going gets most difficult that core democratic values are most sorely needed. In the '30's, when Hitler was conquering Europe and it looked as though the sun had set on democracy and enlightenment, the US NEVER gave in to the Huey Longs, the Rankins, the Bilbos or the Gerald L.K Smiths of this country!!

Roosevelt surely made mistakes along the way, serious, indeed fatal errors in judgement aka sending back the SS-Missouri to Germany and delivering the Jews into the hands of the enemy. Yet the country didn't turn her back shamelessly on the values of justice and fairness upon which we were founded (although sadly, not often practiced).

I believe that we need more idealists such as Ms. Merkel, tempered though with a pragmatism which doesn't yield to intolerance.
mafketis 20 | 7,331
8 Feb 2017  #21
It is when the going gets most difficult that core democratic values are most sorely needed.

Agreed, which is why Angela Merkel needs to be replaced. She is not in favor of democracy, she's in favor of neoliberal orthodoxy which has worn out its welcome.

Embrace the new! You have nothing to lose but your blinders!
Lyzko 23 | 6,645
8 Feb 2017  #22
I repeat, as to my friend Johnny Rebel Without a Clue, The Little Corporal some eighty-years ago, also exhorted HIS people to follow him into a thousand-year Reich of German strength, the long-awaited triumph of the Master Race, to leave the "dead" past of the "Jewish enlightenment" behind and to accept the notion of racial superority a la Nietzsche (whom he misread!!!!) or Darwin (whom he couldn't for the life of him understandLOL), abandon childish notions of human equality and finally allow only the strong, white, and fit to survive.

And look where that wonderful philosophy got us:-)

Embrace change, but change to WHAT???! YOU seem to have little to lose but your humanity!
Lyzko 23 | 6,645
8 Feb 2017  #23
Whoops, I meant "The Bohemian Corporal". The Little Corporal was NapoleonLOL
mafketis 20 | 7,331
9 Feb 2017  #24
The Bohemian Corporal some eighty-years ago, also exhorted HIS people to follow him

This analogy is so tired and worn out and over-used that it has zero impact. Actually quite the reverse the more it's used the more desperate and out of touch those clinging to the old order seem.

The neoliberal consensus has failed and is being rejected by voters across the west, it has brought sterility and decline to Europe along with the hopeless, unworkable Euro.

I'm not sure what's coming next, but the sooner we get on board the better the chance to turn the future into something better!

Merkel is the past, she has nothing worthwhile to offer anymore. The future is what we make it!
Atch 17 | 2,889
9 Feb 2017  #25
What a rousing speech Maf! I'm ready to follow you to my certain death - any other takers??

Would agree that Angela Merkel, like Maggie Thatcher in her time, has had her day and it's time to put up her not-so-dainty feet and enjoy making well paid personal appearances at various academic bun-fights and bean-feasts.

It seems that nothing concrete emerged from her visit to Poland either. Just more old waffle from everybody. As for Pani Beata:

"Poland and Germany ... have a huge role to play in the changes that are taking place in the Union," she said.

Such nonsense. Poland has exactly the same role to play as any other member state and no more than that.
mafketis 20 | 7,331
9 Feb 2017  #26
I'm ready to follow you to my certain death

Not death.... LIFE! (cue the Life Day theme)

Seriously, the neoliberal consensus has nothing to offer anymore. It's a tired worn out model. I don't know what's coming next, but something is (and better be prepared and ready to deal than clinging to conventional comfort thoughts).

Remember, this time of year in 1989 the world seemed set in stone and by the end of the year that world was gone for good.

Poland has exactly the same role to play as any other member state and no more than that.

It's probably a good thing you never went into diplomacy... "I'm am not exactly thrilled to be in your insignificant little ******* country, but it comes with the territory and so I guess I might as well make the best of it by mouthing a few comforting platitudes...."
OP Crow 137 | 7,639
9 Feb 2017  #27
Frau Merkel is married for prominent Jewish gentleman. So, no, hardly that brat Kacz visited her privately in that nice hotel Bristol, during the night. No, Kacz is sane. He just pointed out that Merkel represent lesser evil. In other words, he just gave her a compliment, while behind the scene, Kacz, being sane, took a moment to put cross on himself and recite few fast prayers asking God to keep Germany far from Poland.
Wincig 2 | 187
9 Feb 2017  #28
@Crow

What exactly are you trying to say Crow? That Merkel's husband, J Sauer, is Jewish? That J Kaczinski climbs the ladder to Merkel's room

at night to sing her a lullaby? It is getting more and more difficult to follow you..
mafketis 20 | 7,331
9 Feb 2017  #29
It is getting more and more difficult to follow you..

Dont' spend too much time trying to understand a crazy person, you just get dirty and the crazy person enjoys it.

It should be noted that there is a.... contingent in Poland that regards JK as Jewish (google the name Beniamin Kalkstein).
TheOther 5 | 3,793
9 Feb 2017  #30
Merkel is the past

That's true. I'm not really convinced though that the incoming (possible) replacements are something to look forward to. Le Pen, Wilders and the unbearable left-winger Martin Schulz in Germany. Yuk!

The future is what we make it!

The forecast says: brown clouds on the horizon. Might be a shi*tstorm, or worse...


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