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R. Trzaskowski, current mayor of Warsaw, future President of Poland


Cojestdocholery 2 | 1,070
13 May 2022 #31
Green lines are Trzask`s plans.

Yes that he in a nutshell. He promised and than made some green lines on a map. That about all he did, lol!
OP pawian 187 | 17,485
14 May 2022 #32
He promised and than made some green lines on a map.

Yes, coz that`s how things work - first you promise, then design, then get down to work and finally open the new facility. Currently they have finished the design stage. Works are starting next year.

It is obvious you knew nothing about it. Read my fingers and learn, then.
Cojestdocholery 2 | 1,070
14 May 2022 #33
It is obvious you knew nothing about it.

You need to told him that there are another stage after a promise. He seems to not know about it.
OP pawian 187 | 17,485
14 May 2022 #34
He seems to not know about it.

No, YOU don`t know that contradicting one`s arguments without providing your own ones is infantile. That is what you are doing here - behaving like a child. Have you been aware of it or I am the first person to let you know now?
Cojestdocholery 2 | 1,070
14 May 2022 #35
No, YOU

I didn't promise anything. It has nothing to do with me. It is about a way Trzaskowski do things.
Where is that new metro that was promised? He is already 2 years into his term. Map? I can make a better map for tomorrow.
OP pawian 187 | 17,485
14 May 2022 #36
Where is that new metro that was promised? He is already 2 years into his term

And the deadly reply is :
In 2018, Civic Platform's Warsaw mayor candidate Rafał Trzaskowski declared, if he won the presidency, the construction of the M3 metro line will begin before the end of 2023.[2]

As Crow says, everything does to the plan. :):):)
Cojestdocholery 2 | 1,070
14 May 2022 #37
he construction of the M3 metro line will begin before the end of 2023.[2]

How much you are willing to pay if it doesn't?
OP pawian 187 | 17,485
14 May 2022 #38
to pay

I am a parsimonious centuś so I won`t pay anything. But if they don`t keep their word, I will officially apologise to you in this very thread. :):)

However...
If they do commence building the third line of the underground by the end of 2023, you will bark off all your infantile accusations. :):):)
OP pawian 187 | 17,485
14 May 2022 #39
Trzaskowski can speak 5 languages:
Here, answering a foreign journalist`s question in French


Cojestdocholery 2 | 1,070
15 May 2022 #40
Trzaskowski can speak 5 languages:

I see you are a true inteligęt. Amazed by some ability as if that would have gave any indication is he good at his main job.

If his mian job would be tending to rabbits you still would be all about his ability to speak languages.
What do I care if some Trzaskwoski can do it? I care even less what languages mayor Trzaskowski knows.
What he does as a mayor - that what matters.
What do I know inteligętia knows better. lol!
LOL!
I watched your clip. It was staged lol! I mean he can speak French whatever but that was a staged situation so he could have show off with his French lol! Inteligęcia was happy. lol!
OP pawian 187 | 17,485
15 May 2022 #41
so he could have show off with his French

It doesn`t matter if it was staged or not. He proved he can speak French, didn`t he? That`s the main point of our interest. :):)

What he does as a mayor - that what matters.

Yes, and he is very successful in it. Thank you for your agreement.
Cojestdocholery 2 | 1,070
15 May 2022 #42
Yes, and he is very successful in it.

WAs he? We must have very differnt views on what succes mean. Let mafia run the city and destroy wildlife in the River Wisła for decades is crminal but I guess for you it is a sucess.
jon357 69 | 19,408
15 May 2022 #43
WAs he

The voters of Warsaw like him well enough.

destroy wildlife in the River Wisła

There's no shortage of wildlife in and around the Vistula.
Cojestdocholery 2 | 1,070
15 May 2022 #44
The voters of Warsaw like him well enough.

There are some specific people in Warsaw that is true.
jon357 69 | 19,408
15 May 2022 #45
some specific people in Warsaw

The majority of voters even...
jon357 69 | 19,408
15 May 2022 #47
@Cojestdocholer
All residents can vote.
Non-residents can't vote.
All voters are residents.
Cojestdocholery 2 | 1,070
15 May 2022 #48
All residents can vote.

Those who voted on him are not majority of Warsaw's residents but they are majority of those who bothered to vote.
jon357 69 | 19,408
15 May 2022 #49
those who bothered to vote

And any who couldn't be bothered to spend a few minutes voting can be presumed to be satisfied with the status quo.

That or they're either not against him or they rightly consider their electoral preference to be irrelevant since they themselves consciously made it so by abstaining.on polling day.

As you were told, the majority chose him and are happy with him. Do you vote in Warsaw? I do.
Cojestdocholery 2 | 1,070
15 May 2022 #50
can be presumed to be satisfied with the status quo.

or they have no idea that not voting is voting as well.

As you were told,

Are you being toxic again? Take your meds.

Do you vote in Warsaw? I do.

No, I'm a farmer. If you are happy with him it means you don't care about well run city but about something else.
jon357 69 | 19,408
15 May 2022 #51
or they have no idea that not voting is voting as well

It isn't, though is it. Voting is voting, and not voting is not voting...

No, I'm a farmer

So vote (or don't) where you live, and we in Warsaw will choose our mayor. And we chose this one.
Cojestdocholery 2 | 1,070
16 May 2022 #52
and we in Warsaw will choose our mayor.

I think there should be a different way to elect Warsaw's mayor, after all it is a capital of Poland and I'm there often enough to see changes for the worse.

He is being voted to power for those who do not care about Warsaw at all. They vote on him for different reason and I detest him using the city as a steping stone onto something bigger. He is a lousy mayor and he is going to be crap at anything else.
jon357 69 | 19,408
2 days ago #53
after all it is a capital

The the system works fine. There have been problems (like LK's disastrous period as mayor) however the residents of Warsaw are happy with the way things work and happy with the mayor.

I detest him using the city as a steping stone onto something bigger

Yes. Kaczynski did that and became the worst president in Poland's history.

He is a lousy mayor and

He's a very good one, as was his twice elected predecessor.
Cojestdocholery 2 | 1,070
2 days ago #54
Yes. Kaczynski did that and became the worst president in Poland's history.

See, Do we need another one?

The the system works fine

No it doesn't are you blind?
jon357 69 | 19,408
2 days ago #55
Do we need another one?

All evidence shows that he would be pretty good. He is after all a very good mayor and came within 3% of winning the presidency last time.

are you blind?

Perhaps you are.
jon357 69 | 19,408
2 days ago #57
Yes, though we don't use it in Śródmieście. Most people don't in city centres.

Warsaw needs a London style congestion charge. In any case, it has excellent public transport and for out of towners there are several good park and rides. For supermarket or big ticket items, people go to malls nowadays.

There should be much more pedestrianisation in the centre. People like it, and it is good for residents there and for trade.
Cojestdocholery 2 | 1,070
2 days ago #58
Yes, though we don't use it in Śródmieście.

Thanks to the mayor and his circus of loonies. Parking spaces not more but less and so on.

Most people don't in city centres.

I don't either, have to park my car and get one of those 'trams' (SKM) to get to the center.
jon357 69 | 19,408
2 days ago #59
less

Fewer, and very good. Car use in centrum needs reducing.

SKM) to get to the center

Centre. And very good, that is what they are for. You'll avoid the traffic jams and keep the centre safer.
Atch 17 | 3,996
2 days ago #60
There should be much more pedestrianisation in the centre.

Absolutely. A couple of years ago, I can't remember what was going on around Nowy Swiat and Krakowskie Przedmiescie but they stopped traffic there for a week or two and it was blissful. So lovely to meander quietly down an historically important street, minus cars and buses, towards the Stare Miasto. It really needs proper redevelopment along there. Considering that the Chopin museum is located just off Nowy Swiat and it's the home of Blikle and so on, it should be a real little jewel in the crown, instead of the slightly down-at-heel, tatty thoroughfare it is at present.

The relentless traffic absolutely destroys Warsaw.


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