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Radical right organizations in Poland


southern 75 | 7,096
19 Oct 2011 #1
What is the power of organizations like ONR,Młodzież Wszechpolska, NOP,Blood & Honour, Combat 18?Are they generally accepted and supported?

bhpoland.org/strona/en_news.htm
Natasa 1 | 580
19 Oct 2011 #2
Huuuuuge (non Balkan) power, if we are thinking about the same thing ;)
OP southern 75 | 7,096
19 Oct 2011 #3
They seem quite supportive of Serbs anyway.These Polaci can show endurance.
hythorn 3 | 580
19 Oct 2011 #4
are you saying that Polish neo facists are supportive of Serbs?

is that the type of support you are seeking?

please do let me know
Natasa 1 | 580
19 Oct 2011 #5
Nobody seeks here for anything. Southern is merely curious if anybody besides BEEP here supports them ;)
OP southern 75 | 7,096
19 Oct 2011 #6
It seems that anarchists have problems in Poland.They get beaten quite often.
hythorn 3 | 580
19 Oct 2011 #7
what is BEEP?

let's have a look at his last two posts

''What is the power of organizations like ONR,Młodzież Wszechpolska, NOP,Blood & Honour, Combat 18?Are they generally accepted and supported?''

followed later by

''They seem quite supportive of Serbs anyway.These Polaci can show endurance.''

now I might not be the smartest person on the planet but this suggests that Polish Neo Fascists support Serbs

From my 'extensive research' comprised of mainly asking Polish people about their opinion of Serbia, none of them care one iota about Serbia
I am not being nasty. In fact we can use that nice Swedish guy's internet polling software so we can vote on it
he would do it for us, if we asked him nicely

the criteria is that you must be Polish to vote - no Polonia, no Brits, just Poles

I would be really interested to see what level of support you get
because I think that apart from a few muppets on the football terraces, Polish support for Serbia is unlikely to be high

Here is a quote...
please do not take this down mods as this sums up the people that we are dealing with here

''On the 11th of November the Polish nation celebrated 90 years of independence. There were celebrations held and organized by government officials but not surprisingly 80% of the participants in these official events would like to see the Soviet Union return and have Poland become the 17th republic again. Since the Americans can have a black communist as president, then no wonder that Poland can have such a messed up government as well – such are the times. ''

so if these are the type of people that are supporting Serbia, you are welcome to them
Natasa 1 | 580
19 Oct 2011 #8
Hythorn, similis simili gaudet so, radical right likes radical right, radical left likes radical left, so polish radical right likes Serbian, German, French radical right. They speak the same language.

Same with the extreme left, where nationality is even lesser problem in understanding each other.
Ideologies and wealth are the best recipes to connect different ethnicities into one unite whole. And Nokia.

Southern mentioned in his post# 6 anarchists, the radical left too, as well as radical right organizations. I would say he is just curious and he (Greek!) mentioned Serbs after I jumped into the thread wanted to have fun in post #2, because he sees me only as a Serb, not as a serious woman. I doubt his original intention was to ask for a support from Polish stormfront for Serbian causes ;)
hythorn 3 | 580
19 Oct 2011 #9
Southern posted the link in the first place

check out this next bit, see if you agree with it or not?

''Yesterday was the anniversary of NATO's aggression and subsequent invasion of the Serbian land. As we very well know, ZOG is continually trying to defame our Serbian Slavonic brothers in the eyes of other European nations. We have all heard of stories comparing Serbians to Nazis and about all the supposed genocides they committed in such places as Srebrenica. Now we know otherwise and that this simply wasn't true. ''
Natasa 1 | 580
19 Oct 2011 #10
nato attacked Serbia, at that time FRY in march 1999, supporting previously, according to their sources- terrorist organization UCK, Kosovo liberation army, and promoting them to their allies on the Balkans, so hairs are standing up on Greek, FYR of Macedonia and Montengro heads. Greater Albania in the neighborhood sounds dangerous to all. There have to be some reasons for that.

I have never visited Kosovo, it was always too dangerous for a Serb to travel to that part of undeniably proto Serbian land, that was Albanized after the WWII under Tito, the Croat, look for the maps of first Serbian state in 9th century and its location, parts inhabited by Serbs. Crow said enough about it.

That Kosovo's independence and the way they gained it is problematic from all aspects, from legal to moral, that is more or less clear.

I payed independence with 78 days of darkness filled with sounds of wheezing missiles hitting different parts of Belgrade. I wasn't afraid of the bombs, but my mother and sister were. My friends too. Watching the 'collateral damage' like 40 people age 20- 30 who got killed, but not just killed, decomposed in pieces, when building of TV Serbia was bombed where they worked was also not appealing to my senses. Watching my friends in constant state of stress, all decent people, shiver, to have no water to shower, no electricity to warm that water when it is there (electricity supplied pumps for water were not working in 2 million inhabitants city), looking them fall into 15th century for what, no power, no internet, phone lines are problem too, mobile connections as well, communication impossible, and after 2 days without electricity there comes a 'big barbecue day' which means that all meat is already defrosted and has to be eaten, but the day after for the first time in my life my mother came back from 'shopping' crying because there is nothing to buy and saying that for the first time in my life three of us have nothing to eat, we lived in urban conditions all our lives, middle class, why all that.

I didn't want to complain, my story is one happy war story, 4000 families lost their members, a couple in Belgrade lost its 3 year old daughter in that bombing. I wanted to problematize the way, the means, wasn't there another way ?

West would have, in my opinion stronger support in SRB population if it hadn't made that move.

Serbs who still lived in Kosovo after capitulation of Serbia to Nato forces, were forced to leave their homes, again. During 10 years of international protectorate, since 1999. more than 200 000 Serbs left Kosovo while many Albanians settled there. Now those few who want to live in their homes are under threat because they don't want to have the border with their homeland, and that is Serbia. Who asked them where they want to live?

So, hythorn, that is what I think.

As for Slavic sentiment, well we all prefer our even distant kin over a stranger, I am not different than the rest of the world. Evolutionists say so too. Genome driven phenomenon.
legend 3 | 664
19 Oct 2011 #11
ZOG is continually trying to defame our Serbian Slavonic brothers in the eyes of other European nations.

100 percent agreed.

For those who dont know ZoG = Zionist Occupied Government(s)...
i.e. USA, Canada, Britain, France,
to some degree Poland and Germany
NOT Iran and perhaps not Venezuela.

Forget about wikipedia its zionist run too.

en.metapedia.org/wiki/Zionist_Occupation_Government
hythorn 3 | 580
19 Oct 2011 #12
so you agree with the statement do you?

bring it on.... pauses to roll up sleeves...

I am going to be here for the next 30 minutes so any of you Nazi f uckwits feels like getting squirrelly.....
legend 3 | 664
19 Oct 2011 #13
I am going to be here for the next 30 minutes so any of you Nazi f uckwits feels like getting squirrelly.....

I am not a Nazi. In fact I hate them but ok whatever you say bob.
hythorn 3 | 580
19 Oct 2011 #14
oh I don't know what to say....

when you posted the words '100% agreed' under a quote taken from the neo nazi site that Southern posted the link to, I naturally assumed that you were a nazi

which is an easy mistake to make under the circumstance

to clarify matters and save much pointless argument, do you agree with the statement I will repost below....?

''Yesterday was the anniversary of NATO's aggression ...'
legend 3 | 664
19 Oct 2011 #15
Ya and whats wrong with it? They are Polish nationalists nothing wrong with that. They arent "Nazis".
In fact these people are much better than some idiotic globalists who want Europe invaded by others.

Europe should not follow US lead under ANY circumstance. They should follow Japan. A nice homogenous country which is years ahead of the majority of the world in technology.

When disaster strike the US shithole people start looting and smashing windows.
When the Tsunami hit Japan they spent a whole day searching for looters on the media and couldnt find any.

Tell me whats wrong with that quoted statement seriously?
hythorn 3 | 580
19 Oct 2011 #16
spend five minutes on the site that I took the quote from

it is a site which celebrates the life of Adolf Hitler and alludes that he is a misunderstood
Christ-like figure. It further goes on to not exactly deny the holocaust as that is a bit tricky but
down plays it to the extent that the Majdanek death camp was responsible for only around 56,000 murders

but you probably would not find anything wrong with that
and you are probably turned on by watching death camp footage
legend 3 | 664
19 Oct 2011 #17
Sigh...

I dont care what the content of that site is. The point is that statement is right.
Just because some things they say are stupid DOESNT mean everything they say is stupid.

I think Hitler was a jackass. Believe me.

As for the Holocaust. No one knows the figures exactly. I have actually spent some time reading the revionist theories and some of the stuff makes you question the events. However, my conclusion is to believe that 3 million Polish Jews died, 3 million Poles died, 3 million Jews died and over 1 million Soviets in the Holocaust.

And really who cares if they denounce the Holocaust? Freedom of speech should apply regardless how stupid or illogical it may sound.
Mostly Communists and far left Liberals are scared of anything that isnt politically correct.
hythorn 3 | 580
19 Oct 2011 #18
And really who cares if they denounce the Holocaust?

you have said it all

your family would have been nice and safe in Canada I bet
legend 3 | 664
19 Oct 2011 #19
Nope my family was living in Lwow (back then Poland, today Ukraine). There was a concentration camp rather close. I am first generation living in Canada.

And im still waiting for you to refute the points instead of labeling others Nazis.
hythorn 3 | 580
20 Oct 2011 #20
Nope my family was living in Lwow (back then Poland, today Ukraine). There was a concentration camp rather close.

whose side where they on?

was it a short commute to work for them each morning?
PWEI 3 | 612
20 Oct 2011 #21
to the extent that the Majdanek death camp was responsible for only around 56,000 murders

a) Majdanek was not a death camp.
b) If you say "around 56,000 murders of Jews", you're not far off the mark (current estimate from the director of the Research Department of the State Museum at Majdanek is approximately 59,000 Jews, plus 19,000 gentiles). With the exception of 18,000 shot dead in November 1943 as part of Aktion Erntefest and small-scale gassing (compared to the death camps) at the main camp and the airfield subcamp, Majdanek was pretty much a concentration camp.
hythorn 3 | 580
20 Oct 2011 #22
it is a matter of semantics if feel

18,000 souls being machine gunned, does not exactly make it a holiday camp

the quote comes from a quote on the Polish Nazi site that Southern so kindly found
it is the one that compares Hitler to Christ
isthatu2 4 | 2,703
20 Oct 2011 #23
Ideologies and wealth are the best recipes to connect different ethnicities into one unite whole. And Nokia.

You are pretty cool Nat' :)

Watching the 'collateral damage' like 40 people age 20- 30 who got killed, but not just killed, decomposed in pieces, when building of TV Serbia was bombed where they worked was also not appealing to my senses.

The whole bombing of civilian targets was wrong( that should be a far stronger sounding word but "wrong" seems devalued these days.), the targets should have remained the direct threat military units, but of course,soldier boys being soldier boys,when those get hard to find they have to find other "targets" for their toys..... :(

West would have, in my opinion stronger support in SRB population if it hadn't made that move.

Nat, you are the Serbia that keeps the likes of Crow on the fringes, the thinking Serbia not the blind hate filled Serbia.

100 percent agreed.

Which proves you are as brainwashed as anyone. You obviously have no personnal experience of what went on in the 90s if you believe that pile of steaming BS.

Are you one of those fools convinced the nazis shot the officers at Katyn because "Slavic brothers" wouldnt do that?


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