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Poland's post-election political scene


Harry
24 Oct 2016 #2,311
The Good Change government is making it easier to throw pregnant women, disabled people and senior citizens onto the street...

That's their own fault: they should have been loyal servants of the Party, then they too would have been given their own multi-million zloty villas in leafy suburbs like Chairman Kaczynski was.
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
24 Oct 2016 #2,312
Rags like that loser Lis' Newspeak are not reliable sources as they do not impartially report the news but like GW (Gówniane Wieści) are seething with hatred and frustration and constantly on the lookout for things to badmouth the Good Change government with.
smurf 39 | 1,981
24 Oct 2016 #2,314
Newsweek doesn't have a 'bad recipes' section :D
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
24 Oct 2016 #2,315
employ you?

No such chance. I am a mere Goy and they have a sign at the reception desk: "Gentiles need not apply!"
peterweg 37 | 2,321
25 Oct 2016 #2,316
Its says 'No Communists or Idiots', Thats you doubly F***ed
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
25 Oct 2016 #2,317
No Communists or Idiots

How do you know? Did you apply and get turned down?
mafketis 24 | 9,387
25 Oct 2016 #2,318
Did you apply and get turned down?

Oooooh SNAP!!! One of your best comments ever! (virtual high five)
Harry
25 Oct 2016 #2,319
they have a sign at the reception desk: "Gentiles need not apply!"

That's strange, I've been to the Newsweek office a number of times and I've never seen that sign. Perhaps it's only visible to those who can see invisible attack dogs or those who can look at the Poland of the 18% regime and see only good changes.
Ziemowit 13 | 4,282
25 Oct 2016 #2,320
One of your best comments ever! (virtual high five)

Indeed, this comment clearly shows that Polly may be one of the wittiest persons on the forum, even if many people here would only want to see him as a typical representative of the ciemnogród in Poland!
mafketis 24 | 9,387
25 Oct 2016 #2,321
Polly may be one of the wittiest persons on the forum

Let's not go too crazy.... an occasional good comeback does not "one of the wittiest persons" make

see him as a typical representative of the ciemnogród in Poland!

Cause he totally is! He sees Jews everywhere, idolizes PiS beyond any measure of things they do in the real world, he simultaneously denounces and longs for the PRL.... He's almost a kind of national treasure, they should put him in a museum somewhere.
johnny reb 28 | 5,329
25 Oct 2016 #2,322
Polly may be one of the wittiest persons on the forum

I would have to agree.
When he spares with " 'Perhaps' you know who" he sure kicks " 'Perhaps' you know who's" butt all over when it comes to Poland's politics.

Pol is no doubt the most knowledgeable on Poland's political scene both pre and post.
Ziemowit 13 | 4,282
25 Oct 2016 #2,323
Cause he totally is! He sees Jews everywhere

idolizes PiS beyond any measure

Plus his views on the RCC where he exempts them from commiting any possible sins plus his views on gay people plus his views on the same-sex marriage - you should add.

That's why I often think he does it all on purpose (to keep the PolishForums going ;-) or perhaps to counteract the libtards' offensive on it)
Wincig 2 | 220
25 Oct 2016 #2,324
He sees Jews everywhere, idolizes PiS beyond any measure of things they do in the real world, he simultaneously denounces and longs for the PRL....

Sounds like my wife...
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
25 Oct 2016 #2,325
Newsweek

Not Newspeak, HB, but the Kosher Gazette.
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
25 Oct 2016 #2,326
One of your best comments ever!

You have clearly exposed yourself as one of the many PF-ers mainly concerend about thinking up clever repartees. Myself I prefer a serious, bread & butter discussion but some on here are always taking it off-topic or trying to turn everything into a joke or name-calling spree.
mafketis 24 | 9,387
25 Oct 2016 #2,327
You have clearly exposed yourself as one of the many PF-ers mainly concerend about thinking up clever repartees.

I wouldn't say "mainly" but why not enjoy words rather than treat them like potatoes? And since when does repartee have a plural?

Myself I prefer a serious, bread & butter discussion

zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz huh? What? sorry dozed off a second there.

some on here are always taking it off-topic or trying to turn everything into a joke or name-calling spree.

Normal forums aren't as crazy about keeping everything "on topic" all the time. And I hardly ever go on name calling sprees, I occasionally might go on a name-calling rampage or junket, but never a spree, that is just sooooooo gauche.
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
25 Oct 2016 #2,328
never a spree

How about binge?
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
25 Oct 2016 #2,329
repartee have a plural?

As far as I'm concerned since always. Repartees, ripostes, comebacks all have singulars and plurals.
mafketis 24 | 9,387
25 Oct 2016 #2,330
How about binge?

Eek! Too.... declasse...

Repartees, ripostes, comebacks all have singulars and plurals.

In my dialect (GAE) repartee is usually non-count (like water) while riposte and comeback are count.
Atch 17 | 3,429
25 Oct 2016 #2,331
Repartees,

It is my solemn duty to inform you that repartee does not have a plural. It is an uncountable noun. Just think in terms of 'banter'. One doesn't have banters and similarly one does not have repartees :)
mafketis 24 | 9,387
25 Oct 2016 #2,332
One doesn't have banters

That sounds vaguely like toilet trouble: He had a bad case of the banters.
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
28 Oct 2016 #2,333
CBOS poll

The latest CBOS poll has shown that Poles place the msot trust in Preisdent UDda, PM Szydło and Paweł Kukiz in that order. They have hte least confidence in Macierewicz, Kaczyński and Schetyna. For actual figures see link below:

wiadomosci.gazeta.pl/wiadomosci/7,114884,20905633,sondaz-cbos-komu-ufaja-polacy-prezydentowi-premier-i-bedziecie.html
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
28 Oct 2016 #2,334
UDda

That's one doozie of a typo. Should be DUDA!
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
11 Mar 2017 #2,335
Merged:

SB collaborators to disappear from Poland's diplomatic service



Deputy Foreign Min. Jan DzIedziczak was reported by Radio Poland as saying: "Inidivuals linked to the former (secret) services and working for the former services before 1989 are simply not needed and harmful. Our foreign-service wants to eliminate such people from the Foreign Ministry. Already now we know of more than 100 indivudals who have admitted to overt or covert collaboration." He also revealed that during the PO/PSL coaliton period former PZPR functioaries were sent as consul generals."There is something immoral and bad if people sent out to have contacts with Polonia were linked to an apparatus that caused people to flee Poland," he added.
jon357 66 | 17,078
11 Mar 2017 #2,336
The PiS flappers are making Poland the laughing stock of Europe. Everywhere else has moved on from all the:

Inidivuals linked to the former (secret) services and working for the former services before 1989 are simply not needed and harmful.

Ironside 50 | 10,940
11 Mar 2017 #2,337
Poland the laughing stock of Europe

Progressive Europe - and as we know nobody should listen to those kind of people.
jon357 66 | 17,078
11 Mar 2017 #2,338
Everybody. Here and elsewhere. When were you last in Europe? How many times have you been in Rurope over the last 20 years?
Marsupial - | 886
12 Mar 2017 #2,339
Have to agree Jon. They are the biggest embarrassment ever. They are totally pathetic in all respects.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,858
12 Mar 2017 #2,340
Inidivuals linked to the former (secret) services and working for the former services before 1989 are simply not needed and harmful.

So why hasn't the PiS SB snitch been recalled from Berlin yet?

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