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How strongly are Poles sure that president Duda defend Poland's interests ?


Dirk diggler 7 | 3,663    
21 Sep 2018  #31
Hes okay, not the best not the worst.

Poland is now looking to bring in people from phillipines as well now esp for medical and home care professions.

Also crow don't expect to poland be cordial with russia for a long long time, if ever. Too much bsd blood. Im all for a reset as were both slavs at the end of the day fighting against an encoaching west that wants to push things like gay marraige, migrsnts, multiculturalism and destroy traditional values, our culture identity etc, but most poles wont go for that. Honestly i could see Russia reaching their hand out to poland sooner than the other way around especially w pis.
Rich Mazur 5 | 1,725    
11 Oct 2018  #32
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A little off the subject...
Here is an example how one can take sides without knowing anything. From bbc.com:
Poland's President Andrzej Duda has appointed 27 new Supreme Court judges, despite internal and European Union pressure not do so.
Now, I have no idea if that number 27 is good or bad and why Duda did it. But I do know that what Duda did pissed off EU. Which simply means that Duda is right and that EU can go to hell.
Dirk diggler 7 | 3,663    
13 Oct 2018  #33
It is a good thing. Rule of thumb: if it upsets the unelected commissars in the EU like Juncker, it's a good policy



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