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1945-2010 Poles will march on Red square


Seanus 15 | 19,706
15 May 2010 #61
Why did it mean to much to you, Crow? They have entered into a partnership. It will likely lead to more exchanges and if Russia lifted the visa requirement, that would make America look bad.
Crow 137 | 7,858
15 May 2010 #62
Why did it mean to much to you, Crow?

i want that Slavic civilization survive and prosper, that Slavic languages and culture live
Seanus 15 | 19,706
15 May 2010 #63
And what percentage of Russia do you see as being Slavic, as opposed to Mongoloid and other mixes? How pure is it?

Please don't change the topic of the thread.
Crow 137 | 7,858
15 May 2010 #64
Please don't change the topic of the thread.

only this explanation

And what percentage of Russia do you see as being Slavic, as opposed to Mongoloid and other mixes? How pure is it?

Russia a state is based on Slavic heritage, Slavic culture and Slavic linguistics. There are foreign influences on Russians same as there are influences on Whites in USA, EU, Canada, Australia, Germany, France or Britain, etc, etc.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
15 May 2010 #65
It is relevant as it shows what many feel to be Slavic, thus brotherly in a sense, cooperation. However, as my wife rightly says, they are far from being completely Slavic and that is why I asked Crow why he felt cooperation with a largely Asian country was an investment in the future.
TheOther 6 | 3,999
15 May 2010 #66
I know what you are on about

And that would be exactly what, you clown? Do you want to deny that those 3.5 million members of the PZPA were Poles, just because you don't like what they did to your country? Be a bit more realistic instead of overly nationalistic. And besides: what's the problem to accept the communist era as part of Poland's history?


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