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Should Poland traitors face the death penalty?



OP Ironside 46 | 8,406    
4 Dec 2017  #61

Oh all those KOD's PO and all the total opposition played its part all right, If the opposition would as they should stand on the ground of solving domical debates without inference of outsiders, the EU wouldn't dare to go that far!

Yet those three scummy people dared to vote directly against their own country, a country that pays them their salaries that is a treason and they're traitors and there is no excuse for what they did. The only question remains what punishment should be apply to them!

Christian name is RÓŻA, a lovely sounding Polish name.

Not a Christian name some commie names after Rosa Luxemburg.


Dirk diggler 5 | 1,421    
4 Dec 2017  #62

Therefore she's a traitor for marry for wishing to cancel the voting rights of the democratically elected government supported by over 40% of poles. Maybe her Gerry husband had something to do with it... also shes just 1 example of Atleast 3 or 4 others with non polish sounding names. Their citizenship should be cancelled for treason
jon357 70 | 12,793    
4 Dec 2017  #63

40%

Or perhaps she voted according to her party. Do politicians usually vote according to the wishes of opposing parties? Did PiS and LPR extremist MEPs do that when they were in opposition?
Dirk diggler 5 | 1,421    
4 Dec 2017  #64

This is different because they are harming all politicians and all polish citizens by taking away pls voting rights - including those that voted for p.o.. this will really come to bite p.o. in the butt much like the whole bringing in 4k.migrants did. Poles simply don't trust p.o. at all anymore. They have less than half of the support of pis. The fact is the majority of poles support right wing pis and kukiz which together have over 50% support
jon357 70 | 12,793    
4 Dec 2017  #65

This is different because they are harming all politicians and all polish citizens by

Or helping them.

which together have over 50% s

That leaves a pretty big chunk who don't support them.
Dirk diggler 5 | 1,421    
4 Dec 2017  #66

@jon357

Oh of course... rhe 20% that support p.o. losers

Helping the majority of pl voters .by taking away their cpuntrys voting rights and silencing a democratically elected government? That's very commie and authoritative of you and I thought you support democracy
jon357 70 | 12,793    
4 Dec 2017  #67

Helping them.by taking away their voting rights?

Helpingthem by penalising the party that's hurting them. Part of the democratic process, and all entirely within the law.
Dirk diggler 5 | 1,421    
4 Dec 2017  #68

Helpingthem by penalising the party that's hurting them

You forgot that this party was democratically elected by the majority of poles. The majority of poles are also firmly against this stunt that the po losers created. Thankfully, it didn't work.

You forget that the 'them' you refer to democratically elected PiS due to their campaign promises. Hence, the PO MEPs are voting against the wishes of the majority of Poles. This is simply desperation on their part. They are down to 20% support and are going to lose even more after this. They have barely any support at home in Poland and they know it - that's why they ally with EU and Germans because otherwise they'd have no one. The EU and Germans are just using them though.
jon357 70 | 12,793    
4 Dec 2017  #69

democratically

And democracy, Adrian, involves different political parties voting different ways. Perhaps you'd prefer a one-party state...
Dirk diggler 5 | 1,421    
4 Dec 2017  #70

Even if those wishes are against the majority of the citizens? Even if Poles are overwhelmingly against such a vote that would cancel Poland's voting rights? This not only hurts PiS supporters but ALL POLES - that's what you fail to understand.
jon357 70 | 12,793    
4 Dec 2017  #71

Even if those wishes are against the majority of the citizens?

It's a parliamentary democracy, not a fascist plebiscite system, so yes, people elect politicians to vote with their conscience. Not the mob.

Looks like you would prefer a one-party state.
OP Ironside 46 | 8,406    
4 Dec 2017  #72

Or perhaps she voted according to her party

No she and other five voted against her party recommendation - eager traitors!

Looks like you would prefer a one-party state.@ jon357

Well, would you prefer PiS or a knife in your back? What is this with you and your primitive fascist scaremongering scheme?
jon357 70 | 12,793    
4 Dec 2017  #73

Good for them.
Ziemowit 8 | 2,637    
4 Dec 2017  #74

Not a Christian name some commie names after Rosa Luxemburg.

And your Christian name comes after whose name, Mr North Pole?
Dirk diggler 5 | 1,421    
4 Dec 2017  #75

Not a Christian name some commie names after Rosa Luxemburg.

They're the same 5th column that's been trying to screw over Poland for a century. After WW2 it was Jewish Bolsheviks who helped bring in communism, then it was SB PZPR etc leadership and agents, now its the same ideologies and even the same commies in PO. They have hardly any support (20% - less than HALF of PiS) from local Poles so instead they have to rely on Germans and the EU to get their way
RubasznyRumcajs 5 | 401    
4 Dec 2017  #76

Dead to the traitors. At least some kind of painful punishment, Reno cue their cintziship and confiscate they property.

oh, I see you miss the PRL (so does the current government), right?
you know- scum like that used to take citizenship of people with whom they didn't agree.

btw, it's "Death" not "Dead".
idem - | 134    
4 Dec 2017  #77

oh, I see you miss the PRL (so does the current government), right?

I think that current government is too much pro Church and mr Rydzyk :-) to remind PRL but previous one...
I did not watch much TV but as I am aware most news/debates - (Mr Lis was a master) very much reminded PRL z 'przewodnia rola parti ( swap PZPR to PO) ktora zawsze ma racje'
OP Ironside 46 | 8,406    
5 Dec 2017  #78

I see you miss the PRL

I see you're a Soviet or a fool.
Dirk diggler 5 | 1,421    
5 Dec 2017  #79

lol at people who compare PRL to modern Poland... quite frankly its insulting to people who lived through PRL years
mafketis 16 | 4,840    
5 Dec 2017  #80

Those are the people making the comparison, the ones with the clearest memories of the PRL are the ones who recognize the same MO from the current government.
idem - | 134    
5 Dec 2017  #81

I don't think so- these are people who know very little about PRL era.
Dirk diggler 5 | 1,421    
5 Dec 2017  #82

Those are the people making the comparison, the ones with the clearest memories of the PRL are the ones who recognize the same MO from the current government.

Not the majority of the posters here that's for sure, especially the LBH crowd as they just recently entered Poland and no nothing about PRL. There's maybe 1 or 2 posters here that actually experienced PRL themselves.

But the older Poles yes, they know about PRL. However, there's far more in the PiS camp than PO.
mafketis 16 | 4,840    
5 Dec 2017  #83

Not the majority of the posters here

I'm talking about what real life people tell me in real life.
Dirk diggler 5 | 1,421    
5 Dec 2017  #84

But the older Poles yes, they know about PRL. .....

RubasznyRumcajs 5 | 401    
5 Dec 2017  #85

I see you're a Soviet or a fool.

I'm not the one who calls to bring back methods from its darkest times. it's you- not me.
Crow 137 | 5,910    
5 Dec 2017  #86

So Tusk won`t come back to Poland
Lyzko 17 | 3,677    
5 Dec 2017  #87

If we all ended up killing whomever we disliked or disagreed with, there'd be no one left, lads!
jon357 70 | 12,793    
5 Dec 2017  #88

If we all ended up killing whomever we disliked or disagreed with

It's been tried, sadly, and there are those who say they'd do it again. Most (including the loudmouth haters on here) say it but would never do it. It's that tiny fraction of a percentage of loons who actually would that we must always guard against.
OP Ironside 46 | 8,406    
5 Dec 2017  #89

I'm not the one who calls to bring back methods from its darkest times. it's you- not me.

A fool then!

If we all ended up killing whomever we disliked or disagreed with, there'd be no one left, lads!@ Lyzko

Stop your whining, It is not about different opinion or political standing or religion WTF? Why is that that your kind (leftie yappers) always go from zero to 100 in a nanosecond, into overheating circuits in their tiny brains, all that ridiculous exaggerations and dramatics - chillax!

For traitors like that there need to be some kind of punishment that is clear. If you don't get what I'm saying that is your problem.
Dirk diggler 5 | 1,421    
5 Dec 2017  #90

For traitors like that there need to be some kind of punishment that is clear

Ukrainians have developed some wonderful methods for punishing traitors and interrogating people during the war. They often involve construction binding foam and ram rods from AK47s = )




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