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Poles are able to forgive their enemies - how noble.


p3undone 8 | 1,135
1 May 2012 #61
Once again you did as I predicted,more examples.I never said that what my government does is ok You say it's laughable what I have

written.You seem to think that I defend my governments position You say how much you value life but when I mentioned how we
experienced horror you belittled.this and then you started on about what my government has done.It's laughable that you can't seem
to distinguish between the powers that be and the every day citizens.As I pointed out before,The fact that you keep bringing up examples

of my governments actions says that you feel we got our comeuppance.Do you think your schooling me on the fact that what our
government has done has lead up to this?I know your not dense.your trying to defend the position of your earlier posts from which you

don't have a leg to stand on.I said I remember 911 and the horror our people went through and now your going on about what my,

government's motives are.What makes you think I disagree in the least.Can you find any of my posts where I hail my government or

it's deeds.There's no double standards here.If I can't mention my country without you going into a tirade that's not my fault.ok I can

accept the fact that you"re not enthralled with America,that's cool.I can also accept the fact you don't particularly care for her people

either.Just admit that you were wrong for going into a tirade when I mentioned how I won't forget 911 or the victims.If I realized that my

post was going to affect you in a deep and personal way,I wouldn't have said anything.Don't try to school me on the bigger picture,

What do you think your understanding is unique?Reread your posts objectively,then read my post that triggered your vitriol.If you
can show me why those original words justify your following posts and if you can address it without more examples that have nothing
to do with that post,then we will continue,if not,then it's a done deal,nada zip you got nothing kid lol :)

Oh btw Sascha,your last post was a weak response and somewhat redundant,with the exception of your ground breaking revelation.
I'm wondering if you even read my prior post.What do you think about that?:) lol
sascha 1 | 826
2 May 2012 #62
in comparison with the war in Russia , the desert war was played by the rules...

that should be then the rule for all kind of wars in similar surroundings, like irak, golf war, afghanistan...they all have deserts...

A few hours later a German column showed up..they treated all the wounded , gave the English crew food and water , and then went on their way after wishing them luck.... they had no time to take prisoners...
Can,t imagine that scenario in Russia...

why not? are you just prone to prejudices? wonder if there arent similar stories like your also in russia...

Poles are able to forgive their enemies - how noble.

i wouldnt say it is noble but more showing that poland advanced in that paricular aspect. a good example for others to follow
wildrover 98 | 4,451
4 May 2012 #63
why not? are you just prone to prejudices? wonder if there arent similar stories like your also in russia...

I am sure there are...

But Hitler declared that the war in Russia was a war without rules , a fight to the death , and both sides knew it....

It was a savage war , but i am sure there were cases of human kindness among the ordainary soldiers...

At least in the begining...
sascha 1 | 826
4 May 2012 #64
I am sure there are...

probably those stories will never be told because its not paying off for marketing/propaganda...

But Hitler declared that the war in Russia was a war without rules , a fight to the death , and both sides knew it....

indeed, very brutal. horrible not only what the ss did there but also the regular troops on the side. horror.

It was a savage war , but i am sure there were cases of human kindness among the ordainary soldiers...

i lost a grandpa there...

At least in the begining...

they turned all to animals when they were left alone from the generalstab...survival of the fittest
OP pawian 163 | 10,417
19 May 2012 #65
General Jaruzelski admitted in an interview that he is awaiting death. At 89, he lost hope and strength to fight off his cancer disease.

Poland Jaruzelski

Poland Solidarity

Poland Solidarity

I have been reading comments on news forums. Most are full of sympathy. Poles, taught at religion classes and regular church services to forgive, suggest that God will judge the General for his actions in communist Poland.

Strange.

Or not?

General Jaruzelski told the tabloid that he is too weak to go somewhere , or spend time actively . "I already have 89 years , I am in a very bad shape , so much I was already in this life . Already I was dying at home ," - he said.

Wife gene . Jaruzelski , Barbara Jaruzelska said in a recent interview with " Super Express " , that her husband did not have the energy to fight the disease . " Lymphoma plus chemotherapy for 89 -year-old man is a terrible combination . Able to effectively answer all forces to man " - she added.

dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
20 May 2012 #66
If Poles are sooo forgiving then why are such a large percentage of them continue to ***** about Jews, Germans, Russians ect?
sascha 1 | 826
20 May 2012 #67
to keep up the tradition. germans are forgiving too, but continue to ******* about brits f.e.
OP pawian 163 | 10,417
20 May 2012 #68
Yes. And the French are very critical about the British .

Long ago Poles forgave Slovaks their cooperation with Nazis and participation in the 1939 invasion of Poland.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slovak_invasion_of_Poland_%281939%29

The Slovak invasion of Poland occurred during Nazi Germany's invasion of Poland in September 1939. The recently-created Slovak Republic joined the attack, and the Slovak Field Army Bernolák contributed over 50,000 soldiers in three divisions. As the main body of the Polish forces were engaged with the German armies farther north of the southern border, the Slovak invasion met only weak resistance and suffered minimal losses.

It is very inspiring, isn`t it?


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