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Why Poland has no problem with terrorism


Dirk diggler 9 | 4,665
31 Jul 2018 #31
If you were a jihadi or even a Muslim coming from germany on a train into Warsaw and looked suspect im willing to bet the government would know all.about your entry and monitor you without you ever knowing they are. There's cameras in every station and there's usually police both uniform and under cover in t the train stations too esp rhe major ones. Could one slip through the cracks And blow some sh1t up? Yes of course. But ultimately irs a numbers game - the more Muslim migrants you have the more radical there will be and hence more radicals that will take that step and plan an attack.

Fortunately poles don't care about being called racist islamaphobw etc which makes a huge difference. Also the fact that thw vast majority poles don't want Muslim and african migrants. They are able to act on their instincts and intuition and profile unlike the cucked police in the West. Polisg security forces may have a fraction of the budget of say UK, germany etc but that does no good when British social workers and cops are too scared of being called racist that they let a child grooming rape squad ope4ate for over a decade and amass hundreds of victims or in Germany where a rape victim will lie about her rape so as not to cause more strife and anger towards the migrants. Poland doesn't have those problems and those are problems that germany UK etc cannot solve with any amount of.money as it's a societal, cultural thing. Poland is proud of it's heritage identity etc. The western European states destroy theirs and are forced to embrace multicultural Marxist utopias. Basically cucked vs not.

Also a few Arab dudes tried to buy guns off some polish dude at a bazaar. The pole called the cops and they were promptly arrested.
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,665
31 Jul 2018 #33
Only time will tell. So far we have a perfect zero.
RubasznyRumcajs 5 | 487
31 Jul 2018 #34
oh, nice.
Mod has not only deleted the copied material, but also link to the source- making the post pointless.

wiadomosci.bielsko.info/17414-terrorysci-wysadzili-blok-na-sarnim-stoku-tajemniczy-list-krazy-w-sieci-bielsko-biala

funny thing is to see people so bloody concerned about non-existing (in Poland) islamic terror yet saying nothing about the actual one.
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,185
31 Jul 2018 #36
Poland has no problem with terrorism because Poland does not do stupid s*** like this. From dailymail.com:

HMS Enterprise plucked Salman Abedi, then 19, from the Libyan coast and took him to Malta for a flight home to Britain in August 2014.

Last May he set off a bomb in Manchester Arena that killed 22, including seven children.


That kind of stupidity is exclusive to the Brits and other WE morons.
RubasznyRumcajs 5 | 487
31 Jul 2018 #37
You're an idiot.

... so no reference, nor comment, to the (probably) only one (god thanks!) actual terrorist attack in Poland than? or it's boring, because nobody was killed and followers of "religion of peace" were not involved?
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,665
31 Jul 2018 #38
Lol are you talking about the one time where son e dude left a small bomb on a bus? It was probably some punk that made a harmless works toilet cleaner bomb or something, which a bus driver casually threw out..

That's not terrorism... terrorism is ramming 70 people with a truck, terrorism is massacring over 100 people in a coordinated attack, terrorism is detonating suicide vests and blowing up crowded airports and train stations, terrorism is releasing sarin in subway... Poland has no terrorism...

actual terrorist attack in Poland than? or it's boring, because nobody was killed

By definition a terrorist attack has to have a terrorist attacking people. If we considered every 'terrorist attack' that was foiled by security forces or where no one got hurt the count would be 10x higher if not more.
RubasznyRumcajs 5 | 487
31 Jul 2018 #39
Lol are you talking about the one time where son e dude left a small bomb on a bus?

It was probably some punk that made a harmless works toilet cleaner bomb or something, which a bus driver casually threw out..

oh, right. i forgot about that.

By definition a terrorist attack has to have a terrorist attacking people

no, it doesn't.
and yeah, that was a terrorist attack (most likely; it could be someone- unrelated to the explosion- doing a prank). God thanks nobody got hurt (this time).
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,665
31 Jul 2018 #40
Then what it a terrorist attack by your definition? Because to me order for there to be a terrorist attack there must be someone that is attacked, victims, by a terrorist. No terrorist and no attack, no terrorist attack... if there is a different definition where terrorist attack doesn't involve any victims than the count would be 10x 20x higher as it would include all foiled attempts, all attempts where the terrorist was too stupid to hurt anyone but himself - like the one uzbek or kazakh uy who tried to blow up a bunch of people.recently but only blew off his c0ck.

And yes Poland is free of terrorism... And if you want to be a douche and get super specific about it poland is free of Islamic terrorism - the type of.terrorism that has been occurring all the time in Europe and kills over 20k people around world annually.

Complete list of Islamic terror - thereligionofpeace.com

No other groups ethnicities religions' terror attacks come close... certainly not any type of.terrorism caused by others especially Christian europeans... unless you consider the us or Zionists to be terrorists which is an opinion as one man's freedom fighter is another man's terrorist
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,185
31 Jul 2018 #41
Then what it a terrorist attack by your definition?

Terrorism is violence against civilians used as a tool in disputes with governments. There are several phases, including planning, procurement, execution, and post-attack demands.

The most maddening part about the Islamic morons is that these primates are unable to tell us what they want. Hence, there is no way to sit down and listen to their grievances. At least the Irish terrorists, because there were white and educated, knew what they wanted. Monkeys usually don't.
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,665
1 Aug 2018 #42
. At least the Irish terrorists

That's because they don't come from a continent where the average iq is below 70.. which puts a person in the upper range of retardation. So when i say things like the average african is retarded, it's actually a true statement that can be backed up by facts.

The only terrorism Poland ever had that could even be remotely considered terrorism is when passengers on polish planes would gang up on the pilot and demand that he or she land in a western country out of the iron curtain. They'd put their lives at risk and even be possibly put in jail for a decade so long as they got the reward of not being under commies. That just shoes how far people are willing to go to get out of a commie country. And it's like that today with tons od people risk death to leave north Korea or people abandoning their homes and possessions in Venezuela to move to a non commie like Columbia.

Terrorism is violence against civilian

Yes and I'm trying f to explain to rumcajs that if there's no violence there's no attack. It seems he's being an apologist for islamic terror and deflecting by saying Poland has had terror attacks. In reality, which many have a hard time grasping, there is no terrorism and hasn't been since ww2 and the prl years. He's say basically well there's other terrorists besides just muslims. Nonetheless data on terror attacks show the vast vast majority of terror atracks are perpetrated by Mu slimes.
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,185
1 Aug 2018 #43
What the Mu slimes do does not actually fit the definition of terrorism: the unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims.

Or maybe it does if the objective is to beat the host into submission to Islam. So far, the results are just the opposite but for the actions of the WE governments. In some perverted sense, it is the EU governments who are the terrorists as the co-conspirators who aid and abet the hordes of foreign Muslims to force and intimidate the locals into submission to a hostile political movement, dressed up as a religion.

In the big picture, a truck running over a couple dozen pedestrians is nothing compared to the damage the EU 'elected officials' have done so far. The private terrorists serve merely as tools to strip the locals of their sense of security and make them give even power and control to the real terrorists - their governments.

BTW, I meant every single word.
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,665
1 Aug 2018 #44
Rich here's the thing - it really depends on the muslim terror group what their aims and goals are. Fortunately, we live in the U.S. where there's still a semblance of free speech, press, etc. An American can download al-qaeada or isis propaganda whereas in the uk or germany it would result in a huge fine with likely jail time/probation and constant monitoring from the government for good. In the US, such research is actually encouraged so that people are more informed - especially against an enemy like radical islam and Islamic terror. Anyway, al Qaeda and isis regularly produce propaganda articles - i.e. Dabiq which is a magazine isis published but I don't think they do anymore.

Al Qaeda, at least under Bin Laden, believed that American citizens were guilty and hence he had no problem killing innocent Americans - in fact he targeted them on purpose. He believed, incorrectly, that although there's a congress, president, senate, etc. all those people are put into office by American citizens who voted for them. So he felt that the citizenry is far more responsible than elected leaders and the military for invading and occupying Muslim countries. His biggest beef was when U.S. troops were stationed in Saudi Arabia so close to the 2 holiest sites. So Al Qaeda targets civilians to kill because basically he feels they are the most responsible party.

Now ISIS is a little different. In their magazine, Dabiq, they constantly cite passages from the Koran to kill 'unbelievers' and 'infidels.' However, Mohammed meant pagans, polytheists, etc. of which there was a ton during that time. Mohammed did not tell his army to kill 'people of the book' meaning Jews and Christians and the 'book' being the Bible. He saw them as sort of cousins in religion since many of the beliefs in the 3 religions are very similar. Muslims revere Jesus, Mary, etc Also, the Koran tells muslims to prosthelytize. ISIS follows all this stuff but in an extreme version. Their terror is more focused on converting people - at the end of a gun if necessary, capturing more territory to expand their Islamic state. The attacks in Europe by ISIS sympathizers or members was justified as revenge for America, UK, etc bombing ISIS.

So really in most cases is boils down to revenge. The reason why a good chunk of muslims support terrorist groups and don't really care about dead Europeans or americans is because we've bombed the sh1t out of their countries and killed a lot of their people many of whom were innocent. For example, there were tons of reports of drone strikes in Afghanistan that would kill entire families by accident or a drone strike that hit a police officer's wedding. I can kind of understand them because if someone killed my family I'd be pissed off as **** and seek revenge too.
jon357 66 | 16,143
1 Oct 2020 #45
Merged:

Far-right terror suspect arrested in Poland.



At least they've caught him. A German extremist with TNT and other items:

Poland's Internal Security Agency (ABW) has detained a German citizen suspected of involvement with a terrorist group and of holding radical, extreme-right views. He has been charged with possession of explosives and ammunition.

notesfrompoland.com/2020/10/01/german-accused-of-involvement-in-far-right-terrorist-group-detained-in-poland-and-explosives-seized/
jon357 66 | 16,143
3 Oct 2020 #47
It's sadly possible. Though if they found TNT it's an issue. I gather the Germans want to extradite, so Poland may do that to avoid the hassle of a domestic trial.
pawian 176 | 13,997
8 Jan 2021 #48
Local terrorists instead of foreign ones.
An ex student entered his old junior high school, threw home-made bombs into a classroom ,shot at students and the caretaker. Fortunately, nobody died. He faces life sentence now.

tvn24.pl/pomorze/brzesc-kujawski-oskarzony-po-ataku-na-szkole-4934515

tvn24.pl/pomorze/brzesc-kujawski-oskarzony-po-ataku-na-szkole-4934515
Poloniusz 4 | 327
8 Jan 2021 #49
ex student entered his old junior high school

That does not fit the definition of terrorism. He wasn't even charged with that.

Just another fully expected instance of inept overpaid teachers failing to help, develop, and prepare their students for life and then quickly circling the wagons to cover their own entitled asses while blaming everyone but themselves.
jon357 66 | 16,143
8 Jan 2021 #50
An ex student entered his old junior high school, threw home-made bombs into a classroom

With online radicalisation we'll see more and more domestic terrorism like this unfortunately.
Novichok 1 | 912
8 Jan 2021 #51
circling the wagons to cover their own entitled asses while blaming everyone but themselves.

That is why teachers never, ever want parents to be able to watch them in classrooms on CCTV.
Poloniusz 4 | 327
8 Jan 2021 #52
on CCTV

I heard many teachers and their unions were resisting classes being held over Zoom and other home video conferencing apps because they knew parents were at home with their children and would be listening in.
pawian 176 | 13,997
8 Jan 2021 #53
inept overpaid teachers failing to help, develop, and prepare their students for life

Actually, now you are talking about parents` role. If parents fail in this field, the case is closed.

why teachers never, ever want parents to be able to watch them in classrooms on CCTV

I have nothing against. The problem is that it is students who would frown at the idea. Ha!
delphiandomine 88 | 18,475
9 Jan 2021 #54
I have nothing against.

Likewise. However, parents would then have to deal with video evidence of their children's behaviour. Students would also never agree to being watched the entire time, as they wouldn't get the benefit of the doubt.

It certainly would make my life easier if I could simply attach a video clip to a message showing how said child behaved. I had one case where two kids had a fight in the classroom - video evidence would have conclusively proved who started it, which would form the basis of further action.
jon357 66 | 16,143
9 Jan 2021 #55
However, parents would then have to deal with video evidence of their children's behaviour

It would be an eye-opener for some of them. The problem is that there's so much 'helicopter parenting' nowadays and people who approach their kids' teachers and try to tell them what they can and can't teach (becoming normalised in some countries now) that it would start a whole new set of problems.

attach a video clip to a message showing how said child behaved.

A (non-streaming) CCTV in every classroom would be a positive step; it would cover teachers' backs when kids falsely claim they got a clip round the earhole.
Crow 146 | 8,805
9 Jan 2021 #56
Why Poland has no problem with terrorism

As part of NATO Poland is member of terrorist organization. Add to it membership in EU and you have idea. Trump tried to cut off ties with Islamists but it didn`t work and Poland will some time more stay safe thanks to Biden.

But, if you ask citizens of Poland about all that, having good souls and naivety, with their failed journalism, they even aren`t aware what keeps them safe from terrorists.
Ironside 50 | 10,810
11 Jan 2021 #57
terrorist organization.

Nah that a big power that can send troops anywhere with or without pretext. Get your terminology right!
A terrorist's organization is a bunch of tools that support that or other ideology and are kin to use bombs or other means to kill anyone they can in the name, often those are backed up, created or supported by smaller countries that are too weak and pathetic to step out and act in a full view of the world.

They would be crushed like a bug by major powers.
So Serbian backed militia was a terrorist organization but bombing **** out of Serbia by USA doesn't make that country or a NATO a terrorist organization.

If you don't like it you can start a war on them. Go ahead, just don't whine here like a puppy out of his mind.
Crow 146 | 8,805
11 Jan 2021 #58
So Serbian backed militia was a terrorist organization

STOP with anti Serbian propaganda at a time when became obvious that those magnates and their mass media who ruined Trump represent that USA that attacked Serbs.

You easily fall in trechery of your ancestors, dobri brate. Serbs defended from genocidal Vatican and its global allied elite, Islamic league included, and also its local minions.

Still, you never criticized Vatican. Tell me, are you insane? I ask because word traitor cant entirely cover your behavior and talk here. You are more then braiwashed or naive, so I ask.

Are you that fanatic that you think Vatican hunt Serbs because consider us Pagan and Orthodox?

You REALY believe Vatican love Poland?
Novichok 1 | 912
11 Jan 2021 #59
You are more than brainwashed or naive, so I ask.

Don't do this. For a question like this, you would be charged with contempt of court. Do it one more time, and you would be escorted out.

Other than that, the question reveals the idiocy of the asker since those are not the only possibilities.

Tell me, are you insane?

Tell me, Crow, are you really that stupid to resort to rhetorical questions as a debating tool? Next time, take a deep breath and check your spelling.

Back to the topic please
Crow 146 | 8,805
11 Jan 2021 #60
bombing **** out of Serbia by USA doesn't make that country or a NATO a terrorist organization.

Said you.

I wonder what could one Witold Gombrowicz, Adam Mickiewicz or Karol Czartoryski tell you about this quotation. You think they are mistaken because believed in Serbs and that NATO was right?


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