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Germany - We won't let Poland drown!


Torq 26 | 2,362
7 Jun 2010  #1
Ever since the beginning of the flood in Poland we have been receiving substantial
help from Germany:

- the firemen unit from Bayern is fighting flood in Kraków area;

- the ABC organisation from Munich has organised convoys with help for people
from flooded areas;

- Pfaffenhofen county has sent a water pump able to pump 8000 litres of water per minute;

- Johanna Rumschöttel - the member of Bayern government thanked all the private
volunteers and government officials who, very often turning a blind eye to all
time-consuming procedures, simply sent all the required equipment and material
aid to Poland;

- Rheinland-Pfalz has sent four firemen with a pump;

- Similar team from Ludwigshafen is working in Bytom;

- Der Bund der Deutschen Katholischen Jugend (BDKJ) is gathering money for flood victims;

- das Gemeinsame Melde- und Lagezentrum von Bund und Ländern (GMLZ) has provided
four pumps and other technical equipment and 1.8 million sandbags;

- The "Technisches Hilfswerk" organisation has sent almost entire professional equipment
they have to Poland!

- The equipment from Saarland and Hessen is currently used in Racibórz area;

- Racibórz received equipment from Bremen and Niedersachsen;

- Opole got aid from Sachsen and Turingen.

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Wir danken Ihnen sehr für Ihre freundliche Hilfe!
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 10,013
7 Jun 2010  #2
I'm actually waiting for the Bundeswehr to come to help....

1996 as our flood catastrophe set even Dresden under water she was indispensable!
EchoTheCat - | 137
7 Jun 2010  #3
Yes , get some Russians for help :))
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 10,013
7 Jun 2010  #4
For once those boys in uniform can put to work for something useful! *nods*
Crow 143 | 7,500
7 Jun 2010  #5
Germany - We won't let Poland

you mean, won`t let Poland out from EU?
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 10,013
7 Jun 2010  #6
Where are the serbian help Crowie??? ;)
Crow 143 | 7,500
7 Jun 2010  #7
Serbs doing quite enough for Poland. it is that Serbian blood in Germans that force them to helping to Poles
Softsong 5 | 495
7 Jun 2010  #9
That is so wonderful that Poland is receiving help. I am due to land in Warsaw on June 21st and have been worried about Poland, and about what I will find on my trip.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 10,013
7 Jun 2010  #10
it is that Serbian blood in Germans that force them to helping to Poles

Of course!

It's our serbish blood wanting us to go visiting them all the time and keep them with us! :):):)
Crow 143 | 7,500
7 Jun 2010  #11
That is so wonderful that Poland is receiving help.

its not wonderful. Its sad

Of course!

i told you

t's our serbish blood wanting us to go visiting them all the time and keep them with us! :):):)

well, if you don`t have batter definition, you can say even that way
Softsong 5 | 495
7 Jun 2010  #12
O.K. Why is it sad they are getting help? You want them to suffer in the floods?
Crow 143 | 7,500
7 Jun 2010  #13
its always batter when you don`t need help

You want them to suffer in the floods?

little bit of pain won`t kill Poles
Sokrates 8 | 3,348
7 Jun 2010  #14
So Crow how will Serbia help its Polish brothers? You could give me money y'know i'm not flooded and i live something like 40 feet above ground but you could still send me all your money :)))))
Softsong 5 | 495
7 Jun 2010  #15
I see your point. People who get helped too much become resentful or develop helpless mentality. But mutual help is a good thing. Poland can help her neighbors too. It can be a two way street, yes?
Crow 143 | 7,500
7 Jun 2010  #16
So Crow how will Serbia help its Polish brothers?

we doing our best to stay out from EU

You could give me money y'know i'm not flooded and i live something like 40 feet above ground but you could still send me all your money :)))))

save yourself from flood and go to live on Kosovo. Contribute to Slavic element there

People who get helped too much become resentful or develop helpless mentality.

among else

But mutual help is a good thing.

only in coitus

Poland can help her neighbors too. It can be a two way street, yes?

i expect Poland to support Serbia
Drac90 1 | 74
8 Jun 2010  #17
hmm :)

Crow so you want poles to provide you with direct help yet you refuse to help poles when we need it? :)

OK Crow! following your thinkin, Poland will help Serbia by drain as much money as we can from "evil Germany" and therefore makin it weaker!! Its even more direct help than you want to give to us~
hague1cmaeron 14 | 1,377
8 Jun 2010  #18
A big thanks to Poland's German friends:)
TheOther 5 | 3,749
8 Jun 2010  #19
Good that Poland has friends like that.
plk123 8 | 4,153
8 Jun 2010  #20
For once those boys in uniform can put to work for something useful! *nods*

agreed. :)
RevokeNice 15 | 1,860
8 Jun 2010  #21
its always batter when you don`t need help

Hey, Serb. My country sent you parasites 500 million euro since 2006.

I wouldnt have given you lot my leftovers from Sunday lunch.

Slav nationalism, indeed.

dci.gov.ie/uploads/world%20map.pdf

Wir danken Ihnen sehr für Ihre freundliche Hilfe!

The Germans are bailing everyone out. The German taxpayer is a very generous soul. One would wonder how pro- EU the average German taxpayer would be if they found out the cost.

Hey, Germans! I couldnt be arsed paying me sisters car insurance this time around, any chance of a bail out? :)

Frankfurters for breakfast - need to support the German bailouts. I am going out for dinner later, I will order a German beer.

(Germans are very generous chaps)
MareGaea 29 | 2,753
8 Jun 2010  #22
Germans are very generous chaps

Yet they don't pay the most for the EU.

>^..^<

M-G (nuff said)
Pakistan_Lahore - | 19
8 May 2016  #23
I hope Germany will not help Poland... time will show
Lyzko 20 | 6,291
9 May 2016  #24
Why though, Paki Lahore? Despite an admittedly contentious history Poland and Germany both share, haven't you ever heard of neighbor helping neighbor?? Perhaps they don't share as common an ethnicity as Pakistan and India, for example, but nevertheless, there's never a "bad" time for a little bridge building, is there?

:-)
Jardinero 1 | 395
10 May 2016  #25
Until very recently (before PiS came to power) Deutschland was Poland's closest ally within EU and in the world I dare-say...
Wulkan - | 3,255
10 May 2016  #26
But now Deutschland with insane Merkel in power starts to be everybody's biggest enemy.
Jardinero 1 | 395
10 May 2016  #27
Chancellors come and go - Germany is still the single most important country in EU.
Wulkan - | 3,255
11 May 2016  #28
I'm not denying it.


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