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Poland versus Greece in economy

kaprys 3 | 2,501
24 Feb 2018 #151
Oh, I've just read the rest of his posts ...
he's 'attractive'
he's got a two-week job in Poland
he knows everything about Catholic priests' sexuality
women are ugly

Well ... I don't know what job it might be.

If this post is about economy, prostitution is not illegal here. Just a random fact.

Doesn't Greece punish people who know a criminal fact and report it? Otherwise people may think he's making it up.
As for him being 'taught a lesson' here, all I have to say, I don't wish anyone Polish to have to deal with such an ... unless the person is a Polish equivalent of his ... and in that case he won't be such a big mouth anymore.
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,816
24 Feb 2018 #152
Did Hitler and Stalin let much stand of Warsaw?

Nope, and we rebuilt that **** with our own two hands to the glory it is today

Dude seriously, once you get to Poland you probably won't want to go back. You'll see.

Greece had a good thing going - I'll give you that. Why they didn't protect it better and how they spent all those billions is beyond me. The same **** is happening in Italy now. It's quite sad actually. Especially the garbage situation because all the contracts only go to certain people and they just don't do sh1t. Then add the debt and migrant problems on top of it exacerbated already by a PIGS slowdown. Rome had to be bailed out for something like 15 bil by the rest of italy which isnt fairing to well either. Even Italian friends that I have say the same thing.
Marino_Kat 1 | 113
24 Feb 2018 #153
@Dirk diggler

1. Yes i´m quite attractive. Otherwise i wouldnt be able to get the jobs i get

Judge yourself :)

me :)

If you look at the things posted you will realize that i´m quite friendly. Im not interested in Poland. I have a job there and thats it. 14 days and i´m back home. I asked where to find ATM, how to pay ect.

Only when some primitives started to insult Greece i responded.

As for are proud for that? Its color is has no culture. No history or soul. It looks like any othern communist city.

Look at that...

warsaw can anyone be proud for that?

You talk about debt but ignore that Poland has much lower living standards than Greece. Also much less savings. Greeks almost all own a house and property. Majority of poles is poor.

Debt is a problem in Greece indeed. A problem that can be solved. But you? You cant solve to have no soul.

Poland has no history or roots.

You have no Leonidas. You have no Aristoteles. You have no olympian gods. No Zeus, no Hera and no Athena.

You have never did something great. My people worked as elite troops for the egyptian Pharaoh Ramses II. My people crushed the Persians. My people rescued Egypt. My people created the cientific and cultural center of the world - Alexandria. My people ruled over foreign countries.

When our Cleopatra ruled over Egypt...your people did sit in a remote, barren, swamp.

When our Homer did write down the ilias and odyssey...your people did sit in a cold and barren swamp.

When our Pythagoras solved complex mathematic problems...your people did sit in a cold swamp.

When our Aneneas founded the roman civilisation...your people sit in a cold swamp.

And that goes on and on and on.

Today you follow a religion that was forced on you by charles la magne.

Your people live in poverty and pay money to rich pedophiles in Rome.

And yes, its a fact that John Paul II protected child rapists:

He could have saved thousands of children but kept silent.

So...keep your insults. You know that most people think very low about your country. I´m rather neutral. :)

And i´m glad that i belong to a great heritage...amd not to a kind of people who have being a nobody in their DNA.
mafketis 29 | 10,321
24 Feb 2018 #154
If you look at the things posted you will realize that i´m quite friendly

... followed by a bunch of insults to Poland and Poles and their religion.

Yeah, you're a one man good will ambassador... (emphasis on the @ss)
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,849
24 Feb 2018 #155
well honestly Marino, if you feel like that, don't come to Poland, stay in Greece..
Marino_Kat 1 | 113
24 Feb 2018 #156

You expect friendliness after my own country got insulted here?

Thats some strange ideology you have.
mafketis 29 | 10,321
24 Feb 2018 #157
Your very first comment "Is Poland safe for a Greek" was insulting and including the delightful information that you've heard Polish people are racist. And you've gone on to insult (sight unseen) the appearance of Polish cities, Polish people in gneral, the looks of Polish women, the religion most Polish people follow and more.

And the first time someone challenges a belief of yours go completely bezerk.

Mario, Polish people don't shy away from disagreements or arguments, they thrive on them and enjoy loud disagreements. But they don't like however people that lose their head at the slightest disagreement with them (as you have done) and will either escalate to levels you wont' be able to keep up with or just freeze you out.

Decline the contract and stay in Greece where no one will challenge the mental bubble you've created around yourself.

If you do come to Poland (against the advice of most people here) pay attention to what you say and don't go around randomly insulting the country in which you are a guest.
kaprys 3 | 2,501
24 Feb 2018 #158
As a woman, I can say you're not attractive enough to make me forget about your little biased arrogant ego. Rozumiemnic doesn't seem impressed either.

You're pretty dark. Some may think you're Arabic. That and your insulting remarks may get you in trouble. Stay away from dark places.

You look like just another Italian/Spanish or Turkish student. Nothing special really.
You haven't been to Poland, yet you think you know what it's like. You don't.
You asked your questions and got answers. I had no business in giving you advice. And I got nothing but insults about my country. You didn't bother to thank but managed to lose your temper.

I'm sorry you have to go back several millenia back to be proud of your country. But the achievements of ancient Greeks are theirs, not yours.

And as for pederasty and pedophilia, they knew a thing or two about it, didn't they?
Despite of all the crap you've said, I think most people will be nice to you. Just because they won't be able to see through you at first sight.

Btw, visiting other countries is a chance to learn something new but not to narrow-minded people.

And you must have looked really hard to find such a photo of Warsaw. How pathetic.
As for its history, just because you're ignorant, it doesn't mean it doesn't have it.
And it does have a very tragic history.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,455
24 Feb 2018 #159
And you must have looked really hard to find such a photo of Warsaw. How pathetic.

He actually found a picture of Wrocław!

How it actually looks, by the way -
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,849
24 Feb 2018 #160
Rozumiemnic doesn't seem impressed either.

hmm let me see...

nahh not my type, too dark and Arab looking..
kaprys 3 | 2,501
24 Feb 2018 #161
Yeah, he tries really hard.
There are some nasty looking post communist places here for sure but I can search the Web to find some photos of shabby places in Greece, too.

From what I have gathered reading your posts here, at some point in your life you fell in love with a Pole, not a Greek so he's not your type for sure ;)

Just in case you wondered. Among those who questioned your insults here, there are American, Scottish and Irish people so perhaps Poland is not so bad.

Especially that there have been Greek settlers here since the Middle Ages.
O WELL 1 | 158
24 Feb 2018 #162

Dude You dont even know what Warsaw looks like.I basically live in the USA and sometimes I get an inferiority complex looking at the infrastructure Poland has now and is developing by the day.

And WTF cares about your heritage,what are you???a physical trainer? nice career hope you can live off it.Anyway,I dont know what to say about a looser offspring of genious forfathers.

Sorry had to mention that my son when doing a semester in Denmark use to say that Greeks are considered thieves in his uni.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,849
24 Feb 2018 #163
that's right Kaprys, no hairy backs for me, thanks..:):)
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,816
24 Feb 2018 #164

No, you asked whether polish people are friendly to greeks and how the culture is. Well they are friendly till you call pjp2 a criminal and talk mad sh1t. And fyi those are blocks in wroclaw not warsaw and if its the area im thinking of it has a high gypsy population. Quite frankly Poles dont really care what others think about our country. Poland is for Poles and others who want to live there because they like the country - and theres hundreds of thousands of people coming to Poland to retire, work, study, etc.

Sorry narcissus no one here cares how you look or whether youre attractive or not. Besides looks are temporary. You think youll still be training people and carrying yourself as a some kind of modern Apollo when youre 60? God help the women you try pick up.

Your facial expression looks as if you farted and suddenly got confused why you now feel something wet in your pants.

By the way, nice ceiling light. And whatsup with the right side of your forehead? I thought attractiveness is based on symmetry.
Ironside 51 | 11,510
24 Feb 2018 #165
And i´m glad that i belong to a great heritage..

Really? You sound like a petulant pathetic kid. By the way no one give a two hoots about your 'heritage'. You're a 23 years old silly kid with a big mouth who is a model lol! What do you know? That is a rhetorical question!

Insulting everyone just because someone said something you don't like is childish and doesn't earn you respect. Think about it.
Marino_Kat 1 | 113
24 Feb 2018 #166
@Dirk diggler

Its called shadow. The light shines from left side on my face so there is a shadow on the right side.

I have multiple jobs. I work as fitness coach and give also online training. I work as animateur at a hotel here. I work as tour guide for tourists sometimes. I get small model jobs and also small roles in TV productions. And i earn some price money at bodybuilding competitions.

I do what i can do best to have a full belly at the end of the day. Thats what matters.

And you seriously make fun about my families kitchen light?
gregy741 4 | 1,204
24 Feb 2018 #167
alexander the great was blond man,you look like arab said,italians and greeks are not the same people from antiquity .they more like arabs antiqity,greeks were considered the most fair people in Europe.most of them blond and light skinned.even people from north europe were considered dark skinned by Greeks.

today,even syrians are fairer than you guys...its 400 ottoman rule in your pathetic country that cause it.also,yous misshapen skull is probably result of insect -very popular among arabs

sorry look like not European anymore..look for your ancestors in Riyadh or some Africa.
dont come to Poland,its too clean for you piles of garbage on the streets like in will be confused.
go visit your ancestors in Saudi
Marino_Kat 1 | 113
24 Feb 2018 #168
Another idiot

We are the same people as back then. Proven by DNA

Now, ancient DNA suggests that living Greeks are indeed the descendants of Mycenaeans, with only a small proportion of DNA from later migrations to Greece. And the Mycenaeans themselves were closely related to the earlier Minoans, the study reveals, another great civilization that flourished on the island of Crete from 2600 B.C.E. to 1400 B.C.E. (named for the mythical King Minos).

But what do you know? No history, no scienc. You just have...mud

You know what we see as inferior? Slavs. You are asian and not european.

Oh and btw Alexander had black hair like i have


Old mosaic of alexander

mafketis 29 | 10,321
24 Feb 2018 #169
No history, no scienc. You just have...mud

A polite and friendly as ever! No wonder you have so many customers!
SigSauer 4 | 397
24 Feb 2018 #170
This dude has to be trolling, no way he's bein for real lol
O WELL 1 | 158
24 Feb 2018 #171
And you seriously make fun about my families kitchen light?

Atleast I do man,looks like a light in some country in African continent.I didnt know Greece had those kind of houses STILL.I had the impression that the EU countries were developed.

Buddy,ever thought of visiting a shrink?Will help you in your attitude,
Please dont come to Poland or else Poles will whoop the sheet outta u.
Marino_Kat 1 | 113
25 Feb 2018 #172
With all due respect, countries have different styles. Its a normal kitchen light in a greek house. We are practical people. It does not catch dust and most of our life is outside. We only eat, sleep in house. Thats typical for not just greece but mediterranean people in general
mafketis 29 | 10,321
25 Feb 2018 #173
With all due respect,

A welcome change.

countries have different styles

Yes, it's always good to remember that.
Crnogorac3 2 | 477
7 Mar 2018 #174 can anyone be proud for that?

I would really like an explanation what does classic (antique) or neoclassic style got to do with modern Greeks?

These are "achievements" of today's Greek architecture which made Athens one of the ugliest European capitals (only Tirana and a few eastern European cities can compete with Athens for that title).

The fact that you have built this monstrosity on the same location where once ancient greeks built their city doesn't give you any right to usurp their architectural and other achievements.
Marino_Kat 1 | 113
28 Apr 2018 #175

The austerity for Greece must end

at 20th august this year, the last austerity program ends. Since 8 years Greece is under austerity.

Our economy grows very slow and we still have much unemployment. 20% of our people are poor.

Its sad to see this. My family was lucky, because my parents both have a good job but i have friends who are not as lucky as i´m and it feels bad that they cant

reach what they want.

We Greeks learned our lesson in the last 8 years and i hope the other European countries support us so we can decide free about our economy and no more

austerity. I also hope eastern European countries like Poland side with us, so we can achieve our goals.


Athens has great areas. You just dont know.


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