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The Left wing (not-so Slow) death in Poland


Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
19 Nov 2015 #61
why do they have anything to do with

Probably for the same reason the PO did. There were 3 mln PZPR members at one point in all key fields, and there was a lack of nonparty experts and specialists in many areas. What was Poland to do -- import specialists from Turkey or Bolivia? I guess that could be called called pragmatism or Realpolitik.
OP Levi 12 | 450
10 Dec 2015 #62
Probably for the same reason the PO did. There were 3 mln PZPR members at one point in all key fields, and there was a lack of nonparty experts and specialists in many areas. What was Poland to do -- import specialists from Turkey or Bolivia?

Good Point.

Indeed, the fact that someone made part of the Commies in the past as a technician doesn't make him a commie.

Meanwhile, if the person actively involved into Commie Militancy, like Kopacz, then she is a communist (like many of those from SLD and PO and other left-wing parties).
delphiandomine 83 | 17,905
10 Dec 2015 #63
Indeed, the fact that someone made part of the Commies in the past as a technician doesn't make him a commie.

However, someone that worked as a public prosecutor in Poland after the events of December 1981 and was even awarded by the Party for his services to Poland after that point most definitely is a communist.


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