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Why Poland has no problem with terrorism

6 Jun 2017 #1
Please Poland stay strong. It is the land of my ancestors and although I live in the USA I will most likely retire there as my family owns land thankfully. Just like Japan, Poland bans Muslim illegal immigrants.

The suppression of this discussion runs deep as I was banned on facebook for 30 days recently for calling Muslims racist since they want to kill Europeans and I used the term "Europhobe".

Read article below for explanation: wnd/2017/05/why-this-g7-nation-has-no-problem-with-islamic-terrorism/
WhirlwindTobias - | 88
6 Jun 2017 #2
You might want to avoid using Facebook, or deactivate your account altogether.

All my friends and family think I quit Facebook, truth is I have a fake account for joining groups and I don't want to expose myself to their liberal BS. Nor there fluff picture shares/posts, for that matter. Because I don't get pro-Islam pro-LGBT shared to my wall, I don't get myself in trouble by reacting to it.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
6 Jun 2017 #3
Reminds me of this:

  • London Bombing
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
6 Jun 2017 #4

Why are there terror attacks in Europe?

This includes the potential threat to Poland and Poland sending soldiers.

The legality of the invasion and occupation of Iraq has been widely debated since the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Poland and a coalition of other countries launched the 2003 invasion of Iraq. The then United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan said in September 2004 that: "From our point of view and the UN Charter point of view, it [the war] was illegal."]Legality of the Iraq War]US-led coalition killed more Syrian civilians than Isis or Russia in March, figures show

I watched a very interesting documentary called 'Shadow World', it's about the weapon's industry.


It seems to me all media outlets are avoiding the question of why there are terror attacks in Europe.
Crow 152 | 9,748
6 Jun 2017 #5
Essentially, modern economy needs war to overcome crisis. Now, seams that term `terrorism` replacing term `war`.
NoToForeigners 10 | 1,032
7 Jun 2017 #6
Reminds me of this:

So it's all fine and dandy? LOL! What a tool. Typical leftard.
Anyway do whatever you want in your country just keep yor hands off mine. No islamists = no terrosrism in Poland. It is a FACT no one can deny.
johnny reb 31 | 6,330
7 Jun 2017 #7
Poland was the only smart country in the EU when Merkel started playing dictator.

It seems to me all media outlets are avoiding the question

That is because the Bleeding Heart Bias Liberal Media promoted the invasion of the Immigrants that invaded the EU.
It all started with allowing the "refugee" immigrants from war torn Syria into the EU which the Liberal Media's Political Correct soon confused and blended the invasion of the "economic" immigrants all into one.

The word refugee soon was replaced with migrants to include the economic invaders also.
The refugees migrants were simply running for their lives and weren't coming to b*tch, collect welfare, refuse to acclimate, wage Jihad, and replace EU law with Sharia Law like you see happening with the economic migrants.

The Liberal Politically Correct have stomped their feet jamming their abortion down our throats by call us bigots, racists, Islamaphobes, xenophobia and all the rest of their Politically Correct guilt words.

We relentlessly tried to tell them that if these people were allowed in that the bombs would start going off and innocent people will get raped and killed in the EU like they have been but they just refused to admit they were wrong.

Now that the attacks are happening the Progressive Liberals are nowhere to be found preaching their Political Correct Propaganda as you have even noticed right here on the Polish Forum.

They have been silenced with, "WE TOLD YOU SO !"
That's why there are now terrorists attacks in Europe.......because of the Politically Correct Progressive Bleeding Heart Liberal Hater Socialist Left Marxists that insist on destroying societies and cultures because they want everyone to be as miserable as they are without others having any potential to be successful or independence by redistributing wealth that others have worked so hard for.

And it is only going to get worse because it is now past the point of return thanks to the Progressive Left low information voters.

Keep Poland Polish by keeping the Invaders Out !
Lyzko 32 | 7,928
7 Jun 2017 #8
I've got to go along with ya there, Johnny! Merkel's been deadly for Germany and even for Europe. The Far Right however is by turn sooooo yucky, to say the least, her "dictatorship" remains the lesser of the two evils:-)
nothanks - | 640
7 Jun 2017 #9
> May: I'll rip up human rights laws that impede new terror legislation
"PM says she is looking at making it easier to deport foreign suspects as she seeks to gain control of security agenda before election"

Agree or Disagree?
dolnoslask 6 | 3,074
7 Jun 2017 #10
May: I'll rip up human rights laws

Too late Britain is doomed, ripping up laws will just turn the place into a police state, nothing can be done now to save Britain from its past Imigration errors.

What is important is that Poland has recognised British and othe European countries failed migration policies, Poland has the strength to say no we are not going down that path.

Long live a terror free Poland.
johnny reb 31 | 6,330
7 Jun 2017 #11
Britain is doomed,

They are past the point of return but to proud to admit it.

The Far Right however is by turn sooooo yucky, to say the least

Your way sure doesn't seem to be working so well now is it. lol
Poland is a conservative country and far from being "yucky".
What I call yucky is the Liberal Lefties that block freeways, burn cities, burn the flag, throw Molotov cocktails, loot, turnover cop cars and they think it is sociably acceptable.

You don't see the far Right doing any of that yucky now do you.
You don't see the citizens of Poland doing that now do you.


She sounds just like Trump at the Paris Climate Change last week when Trump said NO.
"I was elected to represent the people of Pittsburg, not Paris."
May is saying the same thing, my job is to protect the citizens of Britain FIRST and if that interferes with human rights of people from another country then so sad to bad because we are at war and my foremost job is to protect British citizens from being killed no matter what. You go girl.

Poland in the same manner is looking out for it's people and culture by voting NO we don't want Muslim immigrants.
Keep Poland Polish !
nothanks - | 640
7 Jun 2017 #12
May is saying the same thing, .

Well, I think we can all agree the recent crisis (at-least) was engineered most likely to take away civil liberties from people. I.E. create a problem, then the so called solution and profit.

It is a bit disheartening (but interesting) to hear the response from Westeners to May's comments. For the most part they not only disagreed but even labeled her some extremist wacko that needs to be stopped. Maybe because I'm Polish and our definition of human rights has drastically gone from one extreme to the next in the past 100 years but I think the West is now held hostage by the rights and laws they created in the past. I do recognize how quickly "monitoring and arresting radical Muslims" can morph into "monitoring and arresting radical White supremacist". Maybe the disconnect occurs in deciding just how dire this situation is or if we are even currently at War with an ideology. These are such basic starting points and we are still arguing/discussing them years later.

I personally feel an individual such as Putin could clean up Western Europe and rather quickly. But how far/what steps would he then take after? I guess I am just surprised that a people/civilization would prefer to uphold rights/values over their own blood line. At this current pace not only will they be demographically replaced but better chance than not those rights/values will be replaced as well down the line. I think these people are very short sighted and don't realize how young these rights/values really are and only you and your only people will uphold them.
johnny reb 31 | 6,330
7 Jun 2017 #13
We have no civil rights or privacy anymore.
Independence has been criminalized.
Does Poland understand that Big Brother is up in the sky that can read car license plates and listen to conversation inside a selected house with three meters of snow on it's roof ?

The next step is going to be digital money as currency will soon be a thing of the past.
Then the chip under the skin and it will be over.
Example, I went to get my haircut and they wanted my debit card or credit card to pay them as they no longer took cash.

I told them to jump in the lake and handed them a $20 and told them to keep the change.
Poland is one of the last countries in the civilized word that the citizens actually have any kind of say.
By the grace of God Poland will stand strong on not allowing their culture to be taken away/destroyed from them by allowing Muslims in with the agenda to replace PiS with Sharia Law like they have been doing in Britain, France and Brussels.

Just wait until the terrorist poison a major water supply or use poison gas in a subway system to cause mass casualties.
Stand strong Poland !
Joker 2 | 2,186
7 Jun 2017 #14
nothing can be done now to save Britain from its past Imigration errors.

You can try by changing your gun law policies, then deport some of these animals.

Freedom Keep and Bear!

It seems to me all media outlets are avoiding the question of why there are terror attacks in Europe.

Not all of them just the biased liberal ones.

nothanks - | 640
7 Jun 2017 #15
Fk all that I wrote above

East: the problem is lack of will
West: we lack resources

Haven't nearly all the recent terrorist been known? Then how is the West lacking the necessary resources to apprehend? Seems more a case of political correctness keeping someone - anyone from stepping forward and ordering it. Reminds me of Merkel not ordering border closure out of fear of media backlash
Joker 2 | 2,186
7 Jun 2017 #16
Stamp out Political Correctness and save the world!
johnny reb 31 | 6,330
7 Jun 2017 #17
That or force them to acclimate by learning the language, being employed and wearing the same cloths.
Burka's are for living in the desert where there are sand storms so they have to cover up.
Sorry we have no sand storms in London or Paris so no slave scarves or towels allowed for intimidation purposes.
When in Rome, do as the Romans do.
ACLIMATE or get out !
nothanks - | 640
7 Jun 2017 #18

Can't stop the stream of bodies because muh international law
Can't arrest/deport them because muh human rights
Can't allow them to drown because muh humanitarian values

These people/societies/nations stand no chance against Islam.
spiritus 69 | 666
8 Jun 2017 #19
Reminds me of this:

The IRA and Islamic bombers are not the same thing.
Lyzko 32 | 7,928
8 Jun 2017 #20
Poland might not as yet have a problem with terrorism per se; she sure as heck though has an enduring problem with anti-Semitism and xenophobia! In that way, Poland is not too far different from her neighbors in Austria, Hungary, Slovakia, and Germany:-)

Although the roots of the problem are doubtless different from country to country, certain countries such as Spain and Italy do have different ways of dealing with it, and they don't necessarily involve torching asylum-seeker shelters or attacking innocent strangers on the street, merely because of their complexion, accent etc.

On the other hand, I have heard some similar talk from run-of-the-mill Italians concerning Sinti-Roma in their midst.
goofy_the_dog 1 | 35
10 Jun 2017 #21
because we have an absolutely minimal amount of Muslims in our country :)
NoToForeigners 10 | 1,032
28 Jun 2017 #22,I-obysmy-nie-musieli-sie-bac

-Dad? How it is to live in fear of terrorist attack?
-Don't know son. We are Polish. ;)

So true :)
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,849
28 Jun 2017 #23
well as the bulk of the working population of Poland seems to be in London, (or similar) that joke falls a bit flat, doesnt it?
mafketis 29 | 10,322
28 Jun 2017 #24
the bulk of the working population of Poland seems to be in London, (or similar)

One of the reasons that Polish people are not eager to replicate the UK's experiment with large scale muslim immigration....
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,849
28 Jun 2017 #25
it's not an experiment as such, Maf., more like a massive post colonial hangover.

Poland didnt have colonies, so it isnt going to happen is it?

Honestly some people are so dense about history (on purpose?) :)
mafketis 29 | 10,322
28 Jun 2017 #26
Poland didnt have colonies, so it isnt going to happen is it?

Not if the majority of Polish citizens has anything to say about it...

onestly some people are so dense about history (on purpose?) not u Maf.,..:)

Honestly...irony is just totally lost on some people. I thought you English were supposed to good at that.....

The point is that the experiences of Polish people in countries like the UK is one reason for resistance to plans to try to help Mama Merkel save face.
RubasznyRumcajs 5 | 488
30 Jul 2018 #27

Terrorist attack in Poland (?) [mostly in Polish]


Basically- unless it's a trolling from un-associate group- there was an explosion in unfinished building, and someone has sent mail to the papers etc with request of stopping building another buildings; not only that but about the removal of the currently built. So- eco-terrorists this time.
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,159
30 Jul 2018 #28
Is there anything to stop the refugees in Germany from going to Poland other than the crappy Polish welfare benefits?
What's stopping Germany from sending the Muslim scum and their German welfare checks to Poland?
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,817
30 Jul 2018 #29
Several things. For one poles don't like them, the Muslims eont be free to set up no go zones and march down the street with sharia 4 Poland signs without getting stomped and thrown in jail and likely sentenced for a decade for inciting terrorism. Also they'd have to deal with a 3/4 of poles who don't want them there.

What's stopping Germany from sending the Muslim scum and their German welfare checks to Poland?

They tried to that and failed miserably. Merkel Macron verhofstadt and especially juncker complained that poles took in 2 mil ukranians but no Muslims and africans. They said it was racist to pick and choose who we let into our own country rofl. They threatened to fine Poland 2 billion euro for not letting in migrants. Poland said bring it - there is nothing the eu can do that would be worse than forcing us to take in migrants and endangering our country. Also, Poland is now enforcing much stricter border checks and keeping tabs on migrants coming in. There's even been calls to publish lists of every Muslim migrant and keep them under surveillance.

To understand how the polish government feels about migrants from m.e. And Africa just watch this ministry of foreign affairs produced video - which is constantly being censored and taken off YouTube

That's the difference between Poland and w europe. W Europe like UK germany France Holland Belgium sweden etc bend over backwards to take in migrants. They feed them, house them provide for all their wives and kids. And when the migrants riot, cause a state of emergency, torch thousands of cars, assault thousands of women, commit dozens of terror attacks it's racist to criticize them and point out facts. In some countries like UK there's literally a thought crime division which searches Facebook Twitter etc for anti migrant posts and fines and arrests the people if they're from uk. Poland will never tolerate that crap.

3/4 of poles don't want migrants from middle East and Africa and that's an official statistic. And lucky for us poles, the government actually listens to it's citizens in this regard
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,159
30 Jul 2018 #30
My question was based on the experience of my visit to Poland last September. I took a train from Berlin to Warsaw and to my surprise there was no border control of any kind. The train just rolled right through. I could have been a Muslim or the most wanted terrorist and nobody in Poland would know.

This tells me that the real Muslim scum could do the same thing. Hop on the train to Warsaw and wait for the next welfare check from Merkel.

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