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"It's too late for Germany" (but not for Poland)


Rich Mazur 5 | 1,725    
9 Oct 2018  #1,051
Yeah...how many thousand get shot every year? Is that good or bad violence?

It depends on who shoots and who gets shot.
Not every combination is bad violence in the country I love and adore - the USA. In Europe - every violence is bad. Even the cops are unarmed and scared. Especially when facing foreign scum.
TheOther 5 | 3,453    
9 Oct 2018  #1,052
Even the cops are unarmed

Only in the U.K., Ireland, Norway and Iceland according to this source: thebalancecareers.com/in-what-countries-do-police-not-carry-guns-974879
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 8,870    
9 Oct 2018  #1,053
Even the cops are unarmed and scared.

I have no idea if you can call them "scared".

Not as much as that US cop who kills an unarmed civilian who just called them for help.

Actually I think the cops in the US must be horrible scared or otherwise there is no explanation for these mass shootings of innocent civilians.

That happens very rarely if at all in Germany...
Rich Mazur 5 | 1,725    
9 Oct 2018  #1,054
How many white people like you or me were shot by the cops in the US in, say, 2017? I mean people who respect the LE officers and understand what such complex commands like you are under arrest, drop the gun, don't move, do not resist actually mean.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 8,870    
9 Oct 2018  #1,055
How many white people like you or me were shot by the cops in the US in, say, 2017?

So, they had reason to be scared you say?
Rich Mazur 5 | 1,725    
9 Oct 2018  #1,056
I am not sure if they were scared but I am certain that every cop has this crazy hope to be in his bed next to his wife every single day rather than on a cold slab in the city morgue because some black a-hole wants more social justice for slavery.

Personally, I have yet to meet an officer who would be less than a perfect gentleman. But, then, stupid me, I follow their instructions and say thank you for giving me a ticket because each and every time I was guilty as sin and, thus, a danger to others and myself. I guess it's that white privilege showing through.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 8,870    
9 Oct 2018  #1,057
That may all be, what I don't get is how you think you are in any way qualified to call german cops "scared"?
Ziemowit 12 | 3,023    
9 Oct 2018  #1,058
A Jewish group called JAfD ("Juden in der AfD") has been created within the "Alternative für Deutschland" German political party.

The members of the AfD in Wiesbaden formed a group of "Jews in AfD" (JAfD) last weekend. The association consists of 24 Jewish party members, said Wolfgang Fuhl, vice-chairman of the AfD and chairman of the AfD kreis organization in Loerrach. The association is headed by JAfD Vera Kosova, which took part in the elections to the Bundestag from the constituency Nuertingen.

In the previously published declaration of JAfD's principles, two specific causes of this group are mentioned: "uncontrolled mass influx of young men from the Islamic culture of anti-Semitic socialization" and "erosion of the traditional model of monogamous families" through "gender mainstreaming" and "early sexualization". The attitude towards Israel is mentioned only in terms of the threat posed by radical Islam.

(according to the "Rzeczpospolita" daily newspaper)
Tacitus 1 | 641    
9 Oct 2018  #1,059
Some sheeps always vote for their butchers.
Lyzko 17 | 4,920    
9 Oct 2018  #1,060
Delphy no mates,

You're ignoring the fact though that in certain European countries, perhaps not Poland, but in Germany, France or England, Jews were often highly assimilated, and in fact DID eat, pray, and yes sleep (through numerous instances of intermarriage) with the "enemy", as evidenced by the fact that for instance, Benjamin Disraeli, as an arch example, born a Jew, converted while still a young statesman to the Church of England, married a gentile, and was buried an Anglican!

There were many other such examples, I'm sure.
Rich Mazur 5 | 1,725    
9 Oct 2018  #1,061
That may all be, what I don't get is how you think you are in any way qualified to call german cops "scared"?

Maybe not scared like shaking in their boots but disempowered. That happens when the cops know the consequences when they go after a protected class and frustrated to see a foreign pos go free or get a ridiculous sentence later. We have this sickness in the US, too, when the black scum riots and sets cars on fire. Then, like they did in Baltimore, cops just watch.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 8,870    
10 Oct 2018  #1,062
Interesting:

Now Poles can serve in the german police. Brandenburg started the search for polish applicants in 2016, now the first ones have started their service...

ft.com/content/9f62345e-43a7-11e8-93cf-67ac3a6482fd

welt.de/politik/deutschland/plus181814202/Personalmangel-Als-Pole-bei-der-deutschen-Polizei.html
Rich Mazur 5 | 1,725    
10 Oct 2018  #1,063
That is sick. Can you imagine Germans as cops in Warsaw who one day would have to use force to control Polish thugs?
jon357 65 | 13,567    
10 Oct 2018  #1,064
Can you imagine Germans as cops in Warsaw

Easily, though the pay wouldn't appeal to all. I don't see an issue with it.

A thug is a thug regardless of nationality, and a police officer is a police officer regardless of nationality. The law is (or should be) blind.

In the U.K. there are both Poles and Germans serving in the police, and this has not led to any particular problems.
Tacitus 1 | 641    
10 Oct 2018  #1,065
Foreigners work as doctors, engineers and in nursery homes. But they are not supposed to work as police officers?
jon357 65 | 13,567    
10 Oct 2018  #1,066
Depends where. Within the EU, some police forces are quite open to citizens of other member states joining. It largely depends on how easy or not they're finding recruitment.
Rich Mazur 5 | 1,725    
10 Oct 2018  #1,067
Foreigners work as doctors, engineers and in nursery homes. But they are not supposed to work as police officers?

You can't be serious.
Doctors and nurses help people and that is why people like their doctors and nurses. Cops control, beat, and arrest people. That's, by design, adversarial, if not hostile.

I can almost see this scene: Polish protesters being pushed back by the German cops speaking German between themselves. I am sure that would go very well in Warsaw, especially where the Jewish ghetto used to be.
Tacitus 1 | 641    
10 Oct 2018  #1,068
It is not a realistic scenario in any case in the forseeable future. And if it does happen in a few decades, it is not going to be an issue by then.
Lyzko 17 | 4,920    
10 Oct 2018  #1,069
"Nursery homes"??

I think you meant "NURSING homes" = Altersheime, rather than Kitas or "daycare nurseries":-)
Tacitus 1 | 641    
10 Oct 2018  #1,070
They work in both actually, but more in Nursing homes.
Lyzko 17 | 4,920    
10 Oct 2018  #1,071
I see. Then before, you simply meant "nurseries" rather than "nursing homes".
Many foreigners confuse or conflate like-sounding words:-)
Crow 143 | 7,293    
10 Oct 2018  #1,072
Germany is doomed.

What is funny to me is that European public even don`t realize how western Europe led by Germany initiated war against Serbia. Similar to how started WWI. Just back then Germany was in alliance with AH and Italy.

Anyway, they thought if they are powerful, they can do whatever they want... violate sovereignty of states, lie, spread war propaganda, use depleted uranium against civilians, bombard urban areas, import mujaheedines in Europe, initiate partition of countries, etc, etc.

What I want to tell you, Europe is in a state of war. You know what that mean? You do, don`t you? Its logical. Somebody always start and then other side respond. Its just an old rule.
Rich Mazur 5 | 1,725    
10 Oct 2018  #1,073
What I want to tell you, Europe is in a state of war.

With itself.
We were about to go Euro and then Trump happened and it drives them nuts. To double down, they got Kavanaugh to choke on. Love it.

As another poster wrote, Europe needs a benign version of Hitler 2.0. Or Trump, Putin, and a pair of huge balls.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 8,870    
10 Oct 2018  #1,074
Cops control, beat, and arrest people.

First, I apologize for my links...the one from FT seems unavailable now and the other is in german. So your misconceptions are excused too.

When you look at a map you will see that Brandenburg shares a long border with Poland. A border which has been for years quite easily to overcome for criminals from both sides. So for years german and polish cops and investigators worked together already....that is nothing new here.

The other reason for that that was stated explicitely was the rising numbers of refugees and immigrants since 2015. Even as the overall crime decreased in Brandenburg the people got more nervous and demanded a stronger police presence. But Brandenburg, like many other Länder, hasn't has the people available to increase the numbers of cops at will and so suddenly.

Asking the same structures which whom they have worked closely together for years seems a logical step.

NOTHING but really NOTHING points to a situation where future german cops will control, beat and arrest Poles in Warsaw!!!
It might be much more possible to see future polish cops control, beat and arrest unruly foreigner in Brandenburg...now wouldn't that be cool...

That is Brandenburg:



I found another link in English: polandinenglish.info/39409600/german-police-recruits-from-poland
Dirk diggler 7 | 3,663    
11 Oct 2018  #1,075
Foreigners work as doctors, engineers

No one's buying that BS... the most educated third worlders are witch doctors and mud hut engineers.... and 75% can't even handle that and are unemployed for 5+ years - according to German stats...

Can you imagine Germans as cops in Warsaw who one day would have to use force to control Polish thugs?

German cops can't even control all the rapists and terrorists in their own midst and they're going to control Polish hools? Yeah right...

It might be much more possible to see future polish cops control, beat and arrest unruly foreigner in Brandenburg...

I could get on board with that. Hell I'd probably sign up. Bulgaria use to have a program where civilians were around to arrest and imprison illegal migrants and were paid 80 euro by the government. Unfortunately the eurocrat libtards closed down a good thing. Imagine how much money a couple dudes with a few guns and plastic zip ties would make everyday with thousands of those rats streaming across the border everyday. Plus I'm sure they helped themselves to whatever cash and valuables the migrants had on them. Not like the Bulgarian police are going to care anyway...Keep Europe safe and make some good money while being outdoors with your buddies... What could be better?
Rich Mazur 5 | 1,725    
11 Oct 2018  #1,076
Oh, the joys of immigration...

From bloombergquint.com/politics/want-to-move-to-australia-okay-but-forget-sydney-and-melbourne

The influx of immigrants that's equivalent to one person arriving in Australia every minute is causing a backlash in the biggest cities. While the flood of arrivals has swelled the population by 50 percent over the past three decades and underpinned economic growth, residents are frustrated that their quality of life has been compromised, with house prices too high, roads clogged and wages stagnant.

And, then, some genius here will tell us that immigrants increase GNP. Duh!. Of course they do. And so do wars, hurricanes, plagues, and the earthquakes.

The central question is: is the life quality of the lower 80% of the natives going up? No, it never, ever does.
johnny reb 16 | 3,274    
11 Oct 2018  #1,077
This is why we need a good war or plague that eliminates 50% of the worlds population.
There are just to many people on this planet that waste oxygen and contribute nothing.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 8,870    
11 Oct 2018  #1,078
.....that might be the end of Whitey though...
johnny reb 16 | 3,274    
11 Oct 2018  #1,079
Depending on who is pushing the buttons.
kondzior 8 | 914    
11 Oct 2018  #1,080
youtu.be/9mGPnud_IjE

Wait till when the winged hussars arrive to save europe once again



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