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Poland versus Greece in economy


Ziemowit 13 | 4,535
19 Feb 2018 #61
Hey Roz and Maf, have you always been so bloody serious on to think that my post was about anything else than making a little provocation towards that brave young Greek man? It is hard to believe, Roz, that a woman who chops her own wood would ever come up with such a suggestion...

Sorry about that he obviously has no clue as to the history between Greece and turkey, he is not Polish

What - I am not Polish !? Has your dementia been progressing so fast lately or have you been smoking something too strong for your age?
gregy741 4 | 1,204
19 Feb 2018 #62
ah..i remember i read about 3 weeks ago that Polands GDP per capita surpassed Greeks,its the first western European country we took over in GDP per capita

Portugal is next..experts believe Poland will surpass Portugal in few years.
Polands economy is much stronger than Greece.its not dragged down by debts .Poland is 6-th fastest growing economy in the world.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,849
19 Feb 2018 #63
It is hard to believe, Roz, that a woman who chops her own wood would ever come up with such a suggestion...

lol Z., I did say, unless you are on a wind up or words to that effect..:):)
mafketis 29 | 10,321
19 Feb 2018 #64
have you always been so bloody serious on to think that my post was about anything else than making a little provocation towards that brave young Greek man?

I probably missed it was from you, there are so many crazy ideas floating around it's hard to distinguish provocation form sincere madness (a la crow).

And Turkey is preparing to militarily invade and occupy a bunch of Greek islands anyway so.... yahoo! we's a gonna get a war! or Ottomans part 2 (not sure which would be first)
dolnoslask 6 | 3,074
19 Feb 2018 #65
Has your dementia been progressing so fast lately or have you been smoking something too strong for your age?

That's not a nice thing to say, how would I know if you are Polish or not, there is no country of origin on posters profiles, I assumed you were not Polish because of some of the things you post here, I was making an opinion based on that , maybe I was wrong, sorry for any pain caused.

No need to be rude tho, and the Greek guy didn't deserve the stick.
mafketis 29 | 10,321
19 Feb 2018 #66
ehhhh he kind of did...
dolnoslask 6 | 3,074
19 Feb 2018 #67
Where I must have missed it he only came out withe the russia annex poland bit after ziems post???
mafketis 29 | 10,321
19 Feb 2018 #68
After he worried about Polish intolerance he totally lost his sh!t about the name of the country Macedonia and also said catholics were false and evil... (a thousand or so years ago, but still...)
dolnoslask 6 | 3,074
19 Feb 2018 #69
he totally lost his

Not this thread must be another one i missed , what title is it under? I have been away for a bit .
Marino_Kat 1 | 113
19 Feb 2018 #70
@mafketis

1. Nobody has right to insult Greece. I love my country and defend it.

2. I was insulted first. And my principle is to fight fire with fire.
Ziemowit 13 | 4,535
19 Feb 2018 #71
how would I know if you are Polish or not,

If you don't know if I am Polish, why did you say I am not Polish?

And what is precisely the set of opinions that prevents someone from being Polish?

Nobody has right to insult Greece.

Nobody has the right to insult Macedonia by telling them what name they shouldn't choose for their country.
kaprys 3 | 2,501
19 Feb 2018 #72
@Marino_Kat
Who offended Greece really? Like really?

lol @mafketis and @roz chopping wood ;)
dolnoslask 6 | 3,074
19 Feb 2018 #73
why did you say I am not Polish?

Just some of your posts made me assume you were not sorry for my bad.

I just formed that opinion, I don't want to start digging up posts from the archives. It was just my opinion I might have been wrong to make the assumption.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,455
19 Feb 2018 #74
Nobody has the right to insult Macedonia by telling them what name they shouldn't choose for their country.

I wish they could just agree on Republic of Northern Macedonia and get it over and done with.
mafketis 29 | 10,321
19 Feb 2018 #75
Nobody has right to insult Greece

Macedonians calling their country Macedonia is not insulting Greece - Poland could say the same about the name of the modern country of Lithuania (not related to Polish Lithuania ) but most Poles are too sane to be upset it.
Marino_Kat 1 | 113
19 Feb 2018 #76
FYROM also claims our northern Macedonia province. :)

We made it clear that any attempt of this is a cause for war and we mean it.

Back to the topic of the thread please
mafketis 29 | 10,321
19 Feb 2018 #77
FYROM also claims our northern Macedonia province

A few crazy nationalists might, the government doesn't.
Tacitus 2 | 1,461
19 Feb 2018 #78
FYROM also claims our northern Macedonia province. :)

The Republic of Northern Macedonia has a fraction of Greece's GDP, population and diplomatic and military cloud. The idea that they could threaten Greece is laughable.
kaprys 3 | 2,501
19 Feb 2018 #79
It's ridiculous to declare a war just over a country's name. How patriotic to sacrifice human lives for a name ...
delphiandomine 88 | 18,455
19 Feb 2018 #80
sacrifice human lives for a name ...

Welcome to the Balkans... :/
dolnoslask 6 | 3,074
19 Feb 2018 #81
It's ridiculous to declare a war just over a country's name

More stupid reasons than that see below.

"Second Balkan War in the 1910s. Tensions finally boiled over in October 1925, when a Greek soldier was shot after allegedly crossing the border into Bulgaria while chasing after his runaway dog."

The shooting became a rallying cry for the Greeks, who soon after invaded Bulgaria and occupied several villages
mafketis 29 | 10,321
20 Feb 2018 #82
Welcome to the Balkans... :/

They should put that at the borders of all the countires "Welcome to the Balkans, We Have CRAZY in the Water!!!!!"
Marino_Kat 1 | 113
20 Feb 2018 #83
@kaprys

It is not just the name.

Macedonia is Greek. We have a province called Macedonia. The history of Macedonia is Greek.

In FYROM live slavic people. By calling their country Macedonia, they make claims.

Claims against our history.

Claims for our territory.

This issue is important for Greece and as long FYROM doesnt change their name, we will continue to block them.

They want join NATO. We block it.
They want join EU. We block it.

Its up to Skopje to solve this. Our position is clear.
mafketis 29 | 10,321
20 Feb 2018 #84
By calling their country Macedonia, they make claims.

Get over yourselves already the more Greeks talk about this issue the crazier and crazier they look to the saner people in the world.

Does Poland mind a different country calling itself Lithuania? Does China mind a country calling itself Mongolia?

With all of Greece's problems, this is a very petty issue to stake your international credibility upon....
kaprys 3 | 2,501
20 Feb 2018 #85
@Marino_Kat
Oh, come on. There have been migrations of peoples in Europe for centuries. Read history. So what?
The borders of Poland have changed numerous times within 'just' a millenium. There have been Germanic, Scottish, Dutch, Ruthenian (and more) settlers and migrants here. Even Greeks after WW2.

Or take the British Isles.
You seem really full of prejudice against Slavs and Catholics. I don't know it's such a good idea to visit a Slavic and Catholic country. If you're so hot tempered in real life, too, you may get yourself into trouble and start a fight and then complain about Polish prejudice against Greeks.

Poles generally like Greeks, though.
mafketis 29 | 10,321
20 Feb 2018 #86
the fact that they rarely talk about politics with them might have something to do with that...
kaprys 3 | 2,501
20 Feb 2018 #87
I can't really say the topic of Macedonia has been discussed much in the Polish media. I doubt too many Poles are aware of the conflict and since both countries are pretty far, not too many will be concerned.

When most Poles think of Greece, they usually think of ancient Greece, Zorba and holidays. The financial crisis was discussed here, too. So he's more likely to be asked about that.

But I'm really concerned he may get himself into trouble here with his offensive remarks. He's way too co.cky. He might be applauded for that among his friends with similar views, but abroad that may make him get into trouble. Hopefully, most will just find him arrogant.
Marino_Kat 1 | 113
20 Feb 2018 #88
@mafketis

No, this is dead serious for us. That we hold this since even before i´m born shows this even more. Since 1991 Greece holds this embargo up.

When tsipras said he may find a solution, over one million greeks demonstrated in Athens against any concession towards FYROM.

I´m not arrogant. Im a friendly and positive guy. I love my country though and defend it against people who want do bad to us.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,455
20 Feb 2018 #89
This issue is important for Greece and as long FYROM doesnt change their name, we will continue to block them.

You've just given the perfect reason why there should have been no bailout. Let the Greeks starve and drown in debt as long as they continue to bully a small country that simply wants peace and quiet.

Macedonia is a lovely little country - poor, but people are very friendly and helpful.
mafketis 29 | 10,321
20 Feb 2018 #90
Greeks starve and drown in debt as long as they continue to bully a small country that simply wants peace and quiet.

There does seem to be some karma going on, Greece tries to bully a smaller weaker country and gets bullied bigger and stronger countries while whining incessantly about it.

I'm sure the issue was first inflamed by some Greek politician or crook (but I repeat myself) to distract the public from massive theft and graft. The fact that it's still successful tends to erode my sympathy for the plight of Greeks. Starving and crying? Eat the cursed, foul word Macedonia, it's a wonder any self-respecting people would want it. The real Macedonians in Skopje do more credit than the crybaby debt non-paying Greeks


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