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What should Poland do with the problem of Belarus?


Novichok 1 | 2,596
31 May 2021 #511
rightard scum like you believe country leaders can commit any crime and abominable act as long as they remain hostile to LGBT.

How do you know that they believe any of that?
pawian 178 | 15,558
31 May 2021 #512
Why do you ask such silly questions if you have proven it with your own words many times here??? Lukashenka`s regime murdered a dozen protesters so far only because they refused to accept the rigged election results and wanted to show their disapproval.

Yet, you diminish their noble protest and support the regime. You latest remark about LGBT has explained everything.
Novichok 1 | 2,596
31 May 2021 #513
Why do you ask such silly questions if you have proven it with your own words many times here???

You claim, your prove. "Rightard scum like you" means many, not just me. So quote or...

they refused to accept the rigged election results and wanted to show their disapproval.

They sat home and posted their disapproval on Facebook. The next morning they were arrested and, eventually, murdered for expressing their disapproval.
Sure. In your sick imagination. You should hang out more often with adults.
pawian 178 | 15,558
31 May 2021 #514
They sat home and posted their disapproval on Facebook. The next morning they were arrested and

Dementia! I clearly said: a dozen protesters. Do sth with it coz discussing things with you is getting tiring. Do you know the word protester?? It is a person who takes part in a protest. In case of Belarus last and this year, we mean protest during mass street demos.

means many, not just me

Deplorable demented demands. I am really amazed you are getting so low.
Novichok 1 | 2,596
31 May 2021 #515
It is a person who takes part in a protest.

No. It's a person who loots, breaks, sets things on fire, and fights with the cops. Also, blocks streets.
Later, they count on useful idiots like you to make it all "mostly peaceful" for the evening news viewers.
pawian 178 | 15,558
31 May 2021 #516
Also, blocks streets.

It is nice of you to recall that we are talking about Belarus in this thread. Yes, Belarussian protesters were murdered for blocking streets.
Novichok 1 | 2,596
31 May 2021 #517
Yes, Belarussian protesters were murdered for blocking streets.

Names. No names, no case.
I wonder how Floyd is doing...
BTW, way back in 1968, the mayor of Chicago had a great idea: shoot the looters. No, he was never a NAZI. Actually, he was a democrat.
pawian 178 | 15,558
31 May 2021 #518
Names. No names, no case.

polandin.com/50799935/another-victim-of-deadly-belarus-regime-polish-mfa

I wonder how Floyd is doing..

You`d better not. Such wondering might be viewed as the wish to see it with your own eyes. Wishes sometimes come true. Do you really want it??? :):):)
Novichok 1 | 2,596
31 May 2021 #519
another-victim-of-deadly-belarus-regime-polish-mfa

You are nothing but a liar and manipulator. Quoting:

The man noticed that someone was tearing off the white, red, and white decorations hanging on the street and decided to react. The men whom he confronted beat him badly.

Instead of calling the police, the moron decided to be a vigilante.

The press release states that Raman Bandarenko's death is "an outrageous and shameful result of the actions of the Belarusian authorities, which not only directly and aggressively repress their own people, but also create an atmosphere where such lawlessness and violence can take place."

So Belarussian authorities didn't murder him. They created "an atmosphere". GFY.
Atch 16 | 3,275
1 Jun 2021 #520
you don't see them moving to Belarus to join the protesters, do you?

I'm going to give you the benefit of the doubt and assume that your stupidity is an affectation.

Belarussian authorities didn't murder him.

How do we know that? We don't know the identities of the men who beat the unfortunate guy to death. Anyway let's wait and see if the Belarussian authorities track them down and prosecute them - but then of course they could just put anyone on a show trial, it doesn't have to be the guys who actually did it. Or indeed the guys who might have been paid by the authorities to do it as a 'nixer' (bit of Dublin slang for you there) may be the ones 'on trial.'

They created "an atmosphere".

Yes, governments are very good at doing that, either benevolent or malevolent.
pawian 178 | 15,558
1 Jun 2021 #521
You are nothing

Darling, this is just one of a dozen cases of deaths among protesters. Don`t draw such hasty conslusions - it is infantile.

dw.com/en/belarus-thousands-attend-funeral-of-killed-protester-raman-bandarenka/a-55680666

and see if the Belarussian authorities track them down and prosecute them

Of course not. The regime always claims it was a suicide, or accident or drunk thugs.

According to authorities, Bandarenka got into a fight with a group of civilians while intoxicated. Witnesses, however, say Bandarenka was attacked and detained while confronting a group of people wearing civilian clothes, after the group came to a local playground to remove red-and-white ribbons symbolizing the protest movement.

Reminds me deaths in communist Poland during and after martial law in 1980s. The same communist system that Novi escaped from in 1960s. Yet, he seems to miss it very much today.
mafketis 25 | 9,327
1 Jun 2021 #522
same communist system that Novi escaped from in 1960s

Are you really so gullible that you believe that story?

seems to miss it very much today.

politics as team sport - some western politicians do misguided things so.... yay Putin! yay Lukashenka!
Novichok 1 | 2,596
1 Jun 2021 #523
We don't know the identities of the men who beat the unfortunate guy to death

...and that's why you can't claim it was the government agents. Thousands are murdered in the US every year. Does it mean it's by the US government?

I asked the forum clown for evidence of Belarussian oppression and the clown gives me the case where "we don't know the identities of the men who beat the unfortunate guy to death", therefore, it's the government.

Are you idiots capable of shame?

Are you really so gullible that you believe that story?

You are right. I am still in Warsaw. Never been to the USA. No, actually, I live in Novosibirsk. Hence, my affection for Putin.
Velund 1 | 477
1 Jun 2021 #524
Are you idiots capable of shame?

No, they are useful idiots to support "alternative reality", created by MSM. Shame? What is shame?
Atch 16 | 3,275
1 Jun 2021 #525
that's why you can't claim it was the government agents.

Steady on there me old fruit - I didn't claim that. I just said it was a possibility. It's equally possible it was just a bunch of random murdering scum.

Thousands are murdered in the US every year. Does it mean it's by the US government?

Well, one might suggest that successive governments bear some responsibility for the mess we call the USA. It's interesting though that coming as you do from a seriously compromised and failed society, you don't see anything that appalling or unnatural about a crime of such violence being perpetrated as a result of a minor confrontation.
Bratwurst Boy 11 | 10,709
1 Jun 2021 #526
Usually "useful idiots" are the supporters of dictators in democratic countries.....notably the Stalinists in Weimar Germany or the modern leftists who still cheer for Putin in the ex-Sovietunion, Chavez in Venezuela or whoever takes over after Raul Castro in Cuba.

They try to influence the media and official opinion in their home countries with brushing over and apologize for crimes and failures of said dictatorships. So that they won't get disturbed...

Very "useful" for these autocrats...and of course totally idiotic!
Tacitus 2 | 1,294
1 Jun 2021 #527
the modern leftists who still cheer for Putin in the ex-Sovietunion,

Particulary this aspect has always been puzzling to me.

Russia under Putin is a corrupt oligarchy that persecutes minorities and wages imperialistic wars against its' neighbours. All things those guys supposedly abhor, yet they always feel the need to defend Russia-
Novichok 1 | 2,596
1 Jun 2021 #528
I just said it was a possibility.

Yes, and I can be a woman by noon.

bear some responsibility for the mess we call the USA.

Steady on there me old fruit

Hey, flabby woman, use your brain and try to separate bs talk from legal responsibility. When the useful idiots attack Luakeshenako or Putin, they don't say anything about moral responsibilities or "atmosphere". They attack both directly with tyrants, oppressors, and dictators - nothing gray or nuanced. Instead, a brick through the window.

And what I ask for names of the dead oppressed, the forum clown gives me this bulsh*it about a guy who approached the vandals, not the other way around. Yeah, I got it, Lukashenko goons were able to read his mind and sent a bunch of mean dudes to beat him up if he decided to tell them to knock it off.

You and others here are beyond pathetic.
Bratwurst Boy 11 | 10,709
1 Jun 2021 #529
Particulary this aspect has always been puzzling to me.

....it's not so puzzling when you think about that they are the self declared "enemies of the West".

The West with its civic rights and of course it's capitalism!

When have leftists not wanted to destroy and overcome all that...it's only logical to close rank with those enemies, I guess.

That's where I don't get the AfD, on the other hand....who make a regular point of NOT being leftists!
Novichok 1 | 2,596
1 Jun 2021 #530
wages imperialistic wars against its' neighbours.

I understand that the concept of protecting your own and the country is foreign to the weasels like you.

But, thanks to your daddies, Russians know what happens when you show weakness. But, happily, came Stalingrad and millions of dead Germans. Later, a Soviet flag in Berlin. A sight to savor forever...

BTW, it's its, not its'.
Bratwurst Boy 11 | 10,709
1 Jun 2021 #531
Fighting yesterdays wars won't help anybody with todays problems, the rest of Europe learned that!

Smart weasels! :)
mafketis 25 | 9,327
1 Jun 2021 #532
Fighting yesterdays wars won't help anybody with todays problems

Narcissist don't care.
Novichok 1 | 2,596
1 Jun 2021 #533
Fighting yesterdays wars won't help anybody with todays problems,

Remembering them will. Russia remembers what your daddies did in 1941 every May 9 at 10. You should watch it. A truly lovely event.
As I already wrote, if you morons tried another such stunt today, it would last 30 minutes. Feels good to know...
Bratwurst Boy 11 | 10,709
1 Jun 2021 #534
Remembering them will.

They should never be forgotten! Not what led to them nor the destruction they brought, to avoid a repetition of these events.

It just seems that Russia has learned different lessons than the rest of Europe...

if you morons tried another such stunt today, it would last 30 minutes. Feels good to know...

That's nice that you feel good! You still come over as a grump.... :)

But there is no danger that one of us will try such a stunt, invading and occupying foreign lands is a sure sign of dictators....always has been!
johnny reb 30 | 5,283
1 Jun 2021 #535
Germany today rejected calls for arms deliveries to Kyiv, after Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy asked Berlin for assault rifles, radio equipment and armored vehicles.

I wonder if Russia would reject the same requests from Belarus if they called for the same support against the West.
Novichok 1 | 2,596
1 Jun 2021 #536
It just seems that Russia has learned different lessons than the rest of Europe...

Russia has learned that you are a bunch of weasels on the US military welfare. That set a new threshold that made Crimea a walk in the park on a sunny day. Love it!
Bratwurst Boy 11 | 10,709
1 Jun 2021 #537
hat set a new threshold that made Crimea a walk in the park on a sunny day. Love it!

Yeah....the whole PF got that...you are repeating it several times a day now...in several threads...

Germany today rejected calls for arms deliveries to Kyiv,

Do you have a link?
Atch 16 | 3,275
1 Jun 2021 #538
I can be a woman by noon.

Whip on a frock and a bit of lipstick and Bob's your uncle - or in this case Fanny's your aunt. After all if it was good enough for old J Edgar it'll do for you. My heart rejoices for you, Lady-Man.

tyrants, oppressors, and dictators

Tell me now Novi, me old china, - bit of Cockney lingo for you this time, I run the full linguistic gamut - who are these tyrants et al who are attacking Lukashenko?

names of the dead oppressed,

Why are you pretending to be interested in their names? If you wanted to know them, they're widely published in all mainstream news sources.
Novichok 1 | 2,596
1 Jun 2021 #539
they're widely published in all mainstream news sources.

Hey, pawian, she says it's widely published. So, why did you give me some unrelated crap about a guy who got beat up in a street fight? I thought we were talking about that "evil" Lukashenko, not random thugs.
johnny reb 30 | 5,283
1 Jun 2021 #540
Do you have a link?

msn.com/en-us/news/world/german-minister-rejects-idea-of-arms-deliveries-to-ukraine/ar-AAKB6CP?ocid=msedgdhp

That set a new threshold that made Crimea a walk in the park on a sunny day. Love it!

Yeah....the whole PF got that...you are repeating it several times a day now...in several threads...

He is a immigrant traitor scum to the U.S.A. who ran away from ever serving or fighting in a war for any country that he has ever been a citizen of.

He just enjoys his welfare freedoms that others have sacrificed the ultimate for.
What do you expect to hear from such a scum loud mouth troll besides his arm chair authority opinions. Pffffft


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