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Germans: Geh raus of Poland's business!


OP Ktos 16 | 440
26 Dec 2015 #31
So you think foreigners should not have a say in the running of Polish business, hmm... interesting, I singled out Germans, but if you insist we can include all foreigners, I was not going to be so harsh but you seem to push ahead full steam, the child's enthusiasm knows no limits.
weeg3
26 Dec 2015 #32
So you think foreigners should not have a say in the running of Polish business

Maybe your English is not such that you comprehend.

presume to tell Poles how they can run their business?

'Run their business', refers to the running and governance of the country. Polish people can decide who they do business with (Germany, UK, the EU) and who not to do business with (The russian Empire) without interference from foreigners like me or you.
Lyzko 45 | 9,383
26 Dec 2015 #33
Indeed, weeg3! Ktoś obviously didn't get "run a business" = operate a business (przedsiębiorstwo/impreza)
:-)

Then again, maybe his English is perfect and he's only fakingLOL
OP Ktos 16 | 440
11 Jan 2016 #34
Germany should not exist as a country, it is only a nuissance. Like scavengers Germans should be forced to dissipate around Europe, that would keep them busy, they would then pose a challenge to Jews.
TheOther 6 | 3,674
11 Jan 2016 #35
Germany should not exist as a country

Only Poland should, right? LOL!
Lyzko 45 | 9,383
11 Jan 2016 #36
Ahemmm, without modern industrial Germany, Poland might still remain a backwater:-)
Tough to swallow your pride, ktoś, but you've learned to swallow everything else!
Ironside 53 | 12,410
11 Jan 2016 #37
Ahemmm, without modern industrial Germany, Poland might still remain a backwater

Hmm, you think? On the other hand you thoughts are just worth two cents for a dozen. Based on the data you can find on the inside of your pantaloons.
Lyzko 45 | 9,383
12 Jan 2016 #38
Ironside@

Apparently, you didn't understand my post! I wasn't implying Poland was entirely reliant on Germany. On the other hand, Poland had been far from completely self-sufficient for many decades.

What do you mean by "....my pantaloons"?? Kindly post either in English or privately in Polish so I can understand what you're trying to say:-)

marekzgerson@yahoo
OP Ktos 16 | 440
22 Jan 2016 #39
Without Germany Poland would be a much happier country with foundations already in place centuries ago with each new decade Poland could have built on these, but thanks to Germany's destructive primitive tribal nature and invasive attitude it was all destroyed and new foundations had to be rebuilt every decade of some short lived freedom to be destroyed again. Without germany Polish would have been on their feet looooong time ago instead having to rise from their knees at slow pace as is now the case. NO Germany = Happy Poland!
polishinvestor 1 | 361
22 Jan 2016 #40
How old are you 16? Poland was bankrupt after the fall of communism. The zloty was worthless. It needed foreign investment to get on its feet. Without that Poland would not have moved forward in anyway. There are some isolated examples in Poland where there has been no real investment in 30 years and in these cases the towns have gone backwards.
OP Ktos 16 | 440
27 Jan 2016 #41
Without WWII there would be no communist Poland and even if it was the case Poland would have looked much different, it would not need German investment. How about Germans gives Poland back what they stole for centuries and take their stinky investment and put it where in the backsides instead. How about that? How about Germans bring back all the intelligence units they specifically targeted and murdered for centuries? Bring it all back and we don't need stinky Germans, enough of Germans! Germany set Poland back centuries, thanks for all the destruction of our economy Germans now geh raus!
Lyzko 45 | 9,383
27 Jan 2016 #42
You guys need Germany a lot more than Germany needs you, hate to burst your bubble:-)
Ziemowit 14 | 4,278
27 Jan 2016 #44
ou guys need Germany a lot more than Germany needs you,

Indeed, it is true; the country is our biggest export market and as far as I know, Germany renounced her "Drang nach Osten" policy, hopefully for ever.

At present, Germany has been subjected to the "Drang nach Norden" policy effectuated by immigrants and refugees from the Middle East and Africa.
Crow 155 | 9,025
27 Jan 2016 #45
Germany renounced her "Drang nach Osten" policy, hopefully for ever.

hope would be last to die.
G (undercover)
27 Jan 2016 #46
If Gerries build a wall on their eastern border and boycott any goods coming from there, we would be struggling to survive but:

1. they can't do that not only due to EU but also WTO and all of that, you can't just do it these days.

2. they make huge profits on their "investments" here, it's not any friggin charity.

So although "Germans raus" is not a good approach, we don't really have to "be nice" to them (or especially to their government and nutjob political/media "elites") they will be making business here anyway simply because they make money on that.

Another thing is that current situation, when they have a reservoir of cheap labor across the border and no strong competition here is perfect for their business, that's why keeping it the way it is, is their goal while we have to slowly change the rules of this game as with current strategy we will become the mid income country forever, that thing, next to approach to "further integration" etc. are the reason of current "troubles", much more than TK or any of these bullshyts.
TheOther 6 | 3,674
27 Jan 2016 #47
we don't really have to "be nice" to them

No, but it's not 1939 anymore so you might want to reconsider...
Lyzko 45 | 9,383
27 Jan 2016 #48
Exactly. Post-Ostpolitik a la Willy Brandt would appear to be the order of the day; fewer barriers, more contact:-))
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,149
27 Jan 2016 #49
No, but it's not 1939 anymore so you might want to reconsider...

Reconsider what ?
gumishu 13 | 6,136
27 Jan 2016 #50
Post-Ostpolitik a la Willy Brandt would appear to be the order of the day; fewer barriers, more contact:-))

screwing Poland over is still the dish of the day - see NordStream and now NordStream2 - Germany doesn't treat Poland as a partner why should we be friendly towards them
Lyzko 45 | 9,383
27 Jan 2016 #51
Well gumishu, Chancellor Merkel's part Polish and so hopefully, things'll change:-)
OP Ktos 16 | 440
12 Feb 2016 #52
Germany doesn't treat Poland as a partner why should we be friendly towards them

And when did germany treat Poland with due respect? Poland to germany is just a milking cow that is why all this scream in german media over Poland's move towards greater economic independence or lesser dependence.
Lyzko 45 | 9,383
12 Feb 2016 #53
Don't feel in any way slighted, ktoś old fella! Pan-Germanist arrogance discriminates all too EQUALLY throughout the continent. Just ask the Danes, Norwegians, French, Italians, and particularly the Spaniards for whom Mallorca has been dubbed by German vacationers often as the "fuenfzehnte Bundesland":-)

The Poles are by no means the only ones being high hatted by the Germans.
Crow 155 | 9,025
13 Feb 2016 #54
Germans insults Poles
TheOther 6 | 3,674
13 Feb 2016 #55
Pan-Germanist arrogance discriminates all too EQUALLY throughout the continent.

If you talk about certain German politicians, I would agree with you. If you mean Germany or the Germans in general, then I'm afraid, you're talking out of your rear end. The Krauts and their country are actually well liked in Europe these days, and the ones on Mallorca are simply stupid chavs - just like all the others that waste their vacation on that crappy island.

Germans insults Poles

BS
Lyzko 45 | 9,383
13 Feb 2016 #56
TheOther, if you respect the Germans so much, why LABEL them Krauts?
-:)

For someone who's talking out of their "rear end", ahemm, this rear end has been around the block a bit. I know from whence I speak!
TheOther 6 | 3,674
13 Feb 2016 #57
if you respect the Germans so much, why LABEL them Krauts?

For the same reason we Aussies call our best friend a "bastard" ... :)

I know from whence I speak!

When was the last time you were in Europe? On D-Day? LOL!
Lyzko 45 | 9,383
13 Feb 2016 #58
I guess I can see the wisdom in what you say! If you're talking about yourself, aka "Heini, you dumb kraut!" etc.., it can be seen as roughhousing among friends:-)

Other than that, if someone were to call me a "kraut", I'd be bloody insulted!
TheOther 6 | 3,674
13 Feb 2016 #59
Other than that, if someone were to call me a "kraut", I'd be bloody insulted!

Would you be insulted if someone called you a Yank or a Seppo? I wouldn't be, unless it comes across as intentionally derogatory or xenophobic.
Crow 155 | 9,025
13 Feb 2016 #60
Only way of Poles to avoid humiliation until they extinct is to exist within Intermarium. If its even possible now, considering how Polish western European partners strongly hold Poland.


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