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What should Poland do with the problem of Belarus?


Novichok 1 | 5,101
21 Nov 2021 #1,261
This is a real feast...

Only logic of sustainability exist now in this world.

Crow, now you are a genius. Nothing else matters. Not the feeelings, not compassion, nothing...
How about it, naive dreamers...

After they ate they closed her in the basement and robbed her house.

Thank you, Cojest. You are a good friend on this cold and cloudy day. Serves the a-holes right. Murder would be even better.

Some links to reputable news sites would be useful for those unlikely stories.

"Unlikely" because it doesn't fit your pussified, warped, and perverted way of seeing things?
jon357 69 | 18,360
21 Nov 2021 #1,262
Its hearsay

Yes.

It could be true

It isn't.

And still no links...
Cojestdocholery 2 | 248
21 Nov 2021 #1,263
You would never shoot at unarmed civilians,

They are not unarmed civilians, they are poorly armed criminals. I don't say to shoot them right away, first use some tear gas, then shoot rubber bullets,then spreay some pig's blood on them, if that doesn't work real bullets.

Poland should go after Belarusans officers helping them.
Demand money from the EU for the wall.
Use coal for as our energy source.
Bratwurst Boy 12 | 11,636
21 Nov 2021 #1,264
Poland should go after Belarusans officers helping them.

Agreed...Lukashenko needs to know he can't play like that with Europe!

Demand money from the EU for the wall.

Definitely!

Use coal for as our energy source.

Well, it's your tanking life expectancy....
Novichok 1 | 5,101
21 Nov 2021 #1,265
They are not unarmed civilians, they are poorly armed criminals.

Trespassing is a crime or else property rights have no meaning. They are criminals. I can shoot anyone who breaks into my house without asking "are you armed" because by the time I get the answer I may be dead and I don't like this outcome one damn bit.
pawian 180 | 17,056
21 Nov 2021 #1,266
I can shoot anyone who breaks into my house

This is Poland which ceased to be your house decades ago. Your personal experience is useless for us. As well as this silly advice about shooting. Sigh!
Cojestdocholery 2 | 248
21 Nov 2021 #1,267
I can shoot anyone who breaks into my house

Can you? In Poland if you use your frying pan they will take you to court asking why would you hit a crminal breaking into your house so hard.

Its insane.
Cargo pants 3 | 1,247
21 Nov 2021 #1,268
Can you?

All depends on situation,dont believe this stupid loud mouth immigrant.Knowing this old fool the frail and fragile trembling ole great grandpa,he will shoot the intruder in his back,as he is running away and end up in prison living his old age as some big black bubbas wife.
Novichok 1 | 5,101
21 Nov 2021 #1,269
Can you?

Yes. And we are not required to retreat. I guess this is what makes Americans different and that is why the pics showing that wall of Polish border guards that wouldn't budge resonated so well here. Good job, guys.

At that moment, they were actually better than their American equivalents.

Embarrassing but true.
jon357 69 | 18,360
22 Nov 2021 #1,270
this silly advice about shooting.

Yes. It's the one thing they're taking care not to do, despite deliberate provocation from the Belarus side.
johnny reb 31 | 6,262
22 Nov 2021 #1,271
Here is my latest non leathal idea, Rich.
The Active Denial System.
The Active Denial System (ADS), is a non-lethal, directed-energy weapon developed by the U.S. military, designed for area denial, perimeter security and crowd control. Informally, the weapon is also called the heat ray since it works by heating the surface of targets, such as the skin of targeted human beings

Google this to see a demonstration on how it works and it's effectiveness.
How can the Bleeding Heart Liberals possibly object to this as harmful abuse ?

bing.com/videos/search?q=active+denial+system+for+sale&docid=607989660679421644&mid=D9CB32A357BA206814F8D9CB32A357BA206814F8&view=detail&FORM=VIRE

Problem solved.
Novichok 1 | 5,101
22 Nov 2021 #1,272
How can the Bleeding Heart Liberals possibly object to this as harmful abuse ?

Easy. It is our sacred duty to assist the criminal trespassers to find shelter, food, and medical care on day 1. Day 2: a taxi ride to the nearest welfare office, assisted by a translator of the correct sex for the evening entertainment. That's what the UN refugee rules say.
Cojestdocholery 2 | 248
22 Nov 2021 #1,273
A Russian, Putin's buddy, the Duma member at the Polish border was shouting the same nosense our own centers of anti-Polish propaganda says all the time.

Saying that soldiers are not good christians and have no heart.
We know it. Your moles in Poland said it many times already and in Polish.
It is clear now who is who in Poland.
Novichok 1 | 5,101
22 Nov 2021 #1,274
The Polish army missed a great opportunity to practice precision shooting - only men and the knees. With a decent 10:1 scope, it would not be too difficult. The results - I mean nobody at the border - would amaze even the worst gun-hating leftists.

Kyle could offer some practical advice on how to claim the Poles were under assault.
pawian 180 | 17,056
22 Nov 2021 #1,275
In Poland if you use your frying pan they will take you to court asking why

Stop lying. Or telling us your day dreams. Or retelling what you saw in Looney Tunes cartoons. hahaha
jon357 69 | 18,360
22 Nov 2021 #1,276
Or retelling what you saw in Looney Tunes cartoons

Please don't suggest that he drops an Acme anvil on refugees who shout "meep meep".
pawian 180 | 17,056
22 Nov 2021 #1,277
Problem solved.

No, using any device like this would also harm Belarussian border men who always hide behind storming migrants and who are only waiting for a chance to retaliate. That is why Polish servicemen are so patient with those most aggressive individuals.

that he drops an Acme anvil

I don`t know what it means. But when Cojest mentioned banging a criminal with a frying pan, I immediately recalled Looney Tunes motives.



pawian 180 | 17,056
22 Nov 2021 #1,278
who are only waiting for a chance to retaliate.

And they are backed by Kremlin intelligence and troops as well. The rumour is that Belarus Poland border conflict is a screensmoke for the imminent Kremlin invasion of Ukraine.
jon357 69 | 18,360
22 Nov 2021 #1,279
The rumour is that

I'd say it's more than just a rumour now, and one big square on the chessboard.
pawian 180 | 17,056
22 Nov 2021 #1,280
I'd say it's more than just a rumour now

Might be an old Kremlin sabre rattling trick to intimidate their European opponents so that they eventually give green light to Nord Stream 2.
Miloslaw 12 | 3,297
22 Nov 2021 #1,281
Might be.

Poland border conflict is a screensmoke for the imminent Kremlin invasion of Ukraine

I think this is more likely.
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,791
23 Nov 2021 #1,282
Well at least Poland is doing a far better job dealing with the illegal migrants than the western European countries ever had... Nonetheless, an estimated 9k made it through the Polish border

According to international law, an asylum seeker goes to the first safe country to ask for asylum. But like the hordes of free-loaders before them, they'll cross borders until they get to their desired welfare haven, especially Germany.

Idk about you all, but I'd take Belarus over Iraq or Afghanistan any day... but I guess they don't want to stay there because they'll actually have to work and contribute to society. Even the illegal migrants are getting spoiled... what ever happened to beggars can't be choosers?
Novichok 1 | 5,101
23 Nov 2021 #1,283
According to international law, an asylum seeker goes to the first safe country to ask for asylum.

...and no further. But the leftists here are having a mental block about this concept. To these idiots, anyone can move anywhere they please, and borders are just funny lines on the map.

they don't want to stay there because they'll actually have to work and contribute to society.

Only losers do THAT. Winners end up with the world's biggest suckers - Western "democracies".
jon357 69 | 18,360
23 Nov 2021 #1,284
I think this is more likely.

Belarus seems to have changed its approach. Smaller groups being taken more discreetly to multiple points. Błaszczak talked about it in an interview yesterday.
Novichok 1 | 5,101
23 Nov 2021 #1,285
Smaller groups being taken more discreetly to multiple points.

That is why Crow's idea of drones with guns is so good.
jon357 69 | 18,360
23 Nov 2021 #1,286
Drones with guns will never be used against civilians by Poland.
Novichok 1 | 5,101
23 Nov 2021 #1,287
@jon357
You are right. After one day and two dozen killed, all drone operations will be suspended as unnecessary for lack of suitable targets.
In the meantime, we will use your preferred method of handling the invading foreign hordes. Please tell us what it is.
jon357 69 | 18,360
23 Nov 2021 #1,288
And we'd all wait for the perpetrators of an6 such decision to be taken to The Hague.

To repeat, Poland does not shoot civilians.
Cojestdocholery 2 | 248
23 Nov 2021 #1,289
Stop lying.

Honestly seek some help. Venting your anger here is not good for you.

Please tell us what it is.

He doesn't have an answer to the problem. Typical left in Poland. They ask Merkel for money and instructions,
Novichok 1 | 5,101
23 Nov 2021 #1,290
To repeat, Poland does not shoot civilians.

To repeat, leftists do not say what to do. Only what not to do because they're hollow and brainless but still smart enough to know that their idiotic ideas wouldn't survive a couple of simple questions from a 10-year-old. This is the level where they - I mean brainless leftists, not the 10-year-old kids - operate and that is why they NEVER debate. Only preach feel-good bs.


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