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Mister President Andrzej Duda - Best Poland could get.



NoToForeigners 7 | 853    :-(
4 Jun 2017  #1

One of the best Presidents Poland ever had.

Turn on subtitles if you can't speak Polish. (Lyzko, jon, delphian lol)




Crow 138 | 5,830    
4 Jun 2017  #2

So new pierdolze on EU. Good, good. After all, maybe pan brat Duda prove to be worthy. And I didn`t need subs to understand venerable Polish language, considering I am Serbian.

Thanks for video. I would sleep better tonight.
Kuzyn - | 23    
7 Jun 2017  #3

Politician propaganda everywhere, damn.
Polonius3 1,019 | 12,554    
24 Jun 2017  #4

One of the best Presidents Poland ever had

President Andrzej Duda is Poland's most trusted politician, according to a new survey. Duda is trusted by 62%, followed by Prime Minister Beata Szydło on 56%, and Paweł Kukiz, head of an anti-establishment parliamentary grouping, on 50%, according to the survey by pollster CBOS.

Duda's trust rating grew by 4 percentage points in June. Only 27% of respondents said they did not trust the head of state.
Defence Minister Antoni Macierewicz was the most distrusted politician, with 52% sceptical about him.
That is not surprising. Apart form Kaczyński, no-one has been as viciously smeared by the losers faction, and the reason is obvious. The losers fear he will again shine the spotlight on their dirty PRL-era collaboration as well as exspose their post-PRL scamsterism which they prefer to keep in the shadows or under the carpet. All cockroaches prefer dirty, dark cracks to bright sunlight!

[thenews.pl/1/9/Artykul/312883,President-is-Poland%E2%80%99s-most-trusted-politician-survey
Ziemowit 8 | 2,572    
24 Jun 2017  #5

I would sleep better tonight.

I would not.

Andrzej Duda is Poland's most trusted politician, according to a new survey.

Is it the same person who is constantly denied admission to the office room of Our Great and Dearest Leader Jarosław Kaczyński on Nowogrodzka Street in Warsaw as shown in the series "Ucho Prezesa" which series has gained an enormous audience on the internet?
gumishu 11 | 4,547    
24 Jun 2017  #6

Our Great and Dearest Leader Jarosław Kaczyński on Nowogrodzka Street in Warsaw as shown in the series "Ucho Prezesa"

are you among those people who seriously think Ucho Prezesa reflects reality - there are such people judging by the comment under the videos in youtube
Crow 138 | 5,830    
24 Jun 2017  #7

I would not.

Why not? If nothing didn`t change in USA, with and within EU, with Serbia and Hungary, after all, without Duda in Poland, in about 50 years, majority of Poles would be assimilated and wouldn`t feel like Poles but like Anglos, Germanics or Francs. Practically, Poland escaping death in silence.

So, praise changes and sleep better.
Polonius3 1,019 | 12,554    
24 Jun 2017  #8

"Ucho Prezesa"

The few instalments of the satirical "Ucho prezesa" series Kaczyński has seen amused him greatly and had him ROFL. It's good to have a sense of humour unlike the dour likes of Scheryna, Petru and Michnik. Lighten up, lads, and don't take yourselves that seriously!
Polonius3 1,019 | 12,554    
13 Jul 2017  #9

Andrzej Duda is Poland's most trusted politicia

Good news! A survey taken by opinion-research group Pollster showed that Andzej Duda would beat Donald Tusk 52-48 in the second round of the next presidential election. Tha shows Poland is still split with nearly one-half of the electorate failing to see through the shenanagins of the AmberGold scmaster regime and its capo di tutti capi, Tusk.
Lyzko 17 | 3,637    
11 Aug 2017  #10

Either "Mr. President" or "President Duda". In English, "Mr. President Duda" would be superfluous:-)
Just thought I'd let you know.
jon357 70 | 12,786    
11 Aug 2017  #11

No, just Duda. He's done nothing worthy of respect yet, except perhaps partially foiling Kaczynski's assault on democracy (assuming that wasn't just one of Kaczynski's maskirovka tricks) and trying to remain above PiS. Those are however the barest of bare minimums.
Lyzko 17 | 3,637    
11 Aug 2017  #12

He's a bad lot all right. Plus, he seems unsure of his own previously stated positions, for example backpeddling on that judicial independence issue. Appears he caved, didn't he?
WielkiPolak 50 | 738    
12 Aug 2017  #13

Polls show only a 52% to 48% win? That's disturbing, that so many people would still vote for a traitor like Tusk.
Crow 138 | 5,830    
12 Aug 2017  #14

No, Duda isn`t best what Poland could get. Far from it. Duda`s foreign policy is catastrophic for Poland.



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