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Poles say a big YES to our European Union

KorkiTaczer - | 90
16 May 2020 #481
Poles are the most favourable towards the EU

Well I see you are ashamed of the BS that you wrote on your own. Can't blame you, it only shows that you are a puppet spinning the crap others throw at you...
OP jon357 66 | 16,935
16 May 2020 #482
That post is actually devoid of any meaning.
KorkiTaczer - | 90
16 May 2020 #483
Poles are the most favourable towards the EU


the results can be interpreted as an indicator of concern about the policies of the PiS junta

= Well I see you are ashamed of the BS that you wrote on your own. Can't blame you, it only shows that you are a puppet spinning the crap others throw at you...
Crow 146 | 9,097
8 Sep 2020 #484
Very good to read this in order to understand European continental politics > From the official web site of Hungarian government >

Press statement by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán After the Bled Strategic Forum

we must unhesitatingly admit Serbia to the European Union as soon as possible, because without Serbia Europe's security structure is not complete.

Meaning, no EU without Serbia. Now, didn`t I told it here already.
Crow 146 | 9,097
8 Sep 2020 #485
By well informed sources and by myself, Serbian question undoubtedly pushing Poland and Russia into mutual alliance. Complete Visegrad would move closer to Russia. Where are EU and NATO in it? I don't see them in it. I don't see them at all actually.
Wincig 2 | 220
9 Sep 2020 #486
pushing Poland and Russia into mutual alliance.

no doubt hell will freeze before this happens!
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,714
9 Sep 2020 #487
Serbian question undoubtedly pushing Poland and Russia into mutual alliance.

I had to reread that like 3 times to confirm what I thought it said lolololol bro Poland and Russia will sooner go to war than become allies. Unless of course Russia owns the EU and puts Poland into Warsaw Pact 2.0. Otherwise, notgunnahappen
Crow 146 | 9,097
9 Sep 2020 #488
What an arogance and naivety of you people.

This is about temporary alliance under pressure of circumstances. I certainly don't speak about Warsaw pact 2.

Tell me people, do YOU say that would Poland betray Hungary and Serbia just because Russia finded its own interest to support us??? That what you say?

The cold winter is coming. We are in the pandemic era. A great turmoil and War is about to happen in Europe.

And Germany would move as moved before. And German satelites here in the region, on Balkans. If Serbs fall there wont be Slavic South anymore. When we are subjugated, Hungary would be ruled by Germans. Then the next would be Poland to fall.
Wincig 2 | 220
11 Sep 2020 #489
Do you know who you remind me of Crowie? Philippulus the Prophet, in the Shooting Star, Opus #10 of the adventures of Tintin and Snowy! For those who don't know what I am talking about, here is the link:
Crow 146 | 9,097
11 Sep 2020 #490
As long as it is not Opus Dei, I accept. `Call me a pot but don`t brake me` as Racowie people likes to say.
Crow 146 | 9,097
13 Nov 2020 #491
Orbán threatens to veto EU budget, recovery fund over rule of law


I have to inform you that the situation leaves no other option for Hungary but to not agree .... on the next MFF

BDW, this thread was started back in 2017. Today it goes among threads with most stupid titles on this forum ever.

Poles say a big YES to our European Union

Spike31 2 | 2,097
13 Nov 2020 #492
Which would be a very good move. This whole "recovery fund" based on unprecedented Common EU Debt(!) is the worst thing that can happen. It's just another big step towards the federalization of the EU.
Crow 146 | 9,097
13 Nov 2020 #493
Germany grows. Orban isnt crazy. He don't wish Hungary to serve
Spike31 2 | 2,097
19 Nov 2020 #494
Fresh news from progressive part of Europe

"France Warns Soldiers Against Food Delivery Apps After 'Faeces and Pieces of Glass' Discovered"

"Soldiers and police have been under constant threat by Islamic radicals in particular for several years and have been subjected to attacks, such as the 2017 attack at Orly airport in Paris and the Notre Dame Cathedral attack that same year."

Frenchmen basically are becoming a hostage in their own country. At least recently they've openly named their enemy.
Vesko Vukovic 1 | 213
19 Nov 2020 #495

"Is this Africa?" - Japanese Girl goes on Paris vacation for her VLOG, can't believe her Eyes
Novichok - | 1,893
19 Nov 2020 #496
Frenchmen basically are becoming a hostage in their own country.

They wanted it, so they got. Elections have consequences.
Or, as they say, play stupid games, get stupid prizes.
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,714
19 Nov 2020 #497
Thank God Poland was spared this madness. I couldn't be more proud of my people.

I was in France a few times - most recently over a decade ago. There were tons of turd worlders there already - I can only imagine how it looks now that millions more came and the existing turd worlders multiply like stoned test bunnies. I'll never forget punching some skinny african square in the throat after he tried to sell my mom some knock off purses and then grabbed her by the elbow when she tried to walk away. All the pussy frenchies were staring rofl - obviously they're not use to white people standing up for themselves otherwise their country wouldn't be half as cucked and thoroughly "enriched" as it is. Even as a young teenager I wasn't going to let someone disrespect me or my family like that and get away with it. But I give him props - the dude actually apologized, we shook hands, and that was it. I'll never forget that day.
Vesko Vukovic 1 | 213
19 Nov 2020 #498

This story reminded me of the KO of an illegal migrant by Captain Poland :)

4 people were needed to collect him and take him to the hospital.
Crow 146 | 9,097
19 Nov 2020 #499
Thank God Poland was spared this madness

Well said. Thank to God, not to Vatican.

How things stand Pope wont wash legs to Poles so soon.
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,714
19 Nov 2020 #500
@Vesko Vukovic

That's the only way to deal with them. Otherwise they'll never learn. The European men especially in UK, France and Germany have become softer than a Polish teenage girl and that's why the migrants have their way with them. They don't even know how to stand up for themselves. It's quite sad actually because these are counties that I have fond memories of vacationing and traveling there. But that's what happens when the men in society lose their balls and become punk ass *******.
Crow 146 | 9,097
20 Nov 2020 #501
By the good God, Poland and Hungary veto EU budget! I am so proud with Poland. E finaly you gave them what goes to them.

See, I always knew that Poland have backbone.
Novichok - | 1,893
21 Nov 2020 #502
Or remembers all too well how it feels to be overrun by obedient subhuman killing robots some 80 years ago.
Crow 146 | 9,097
21 Nov 2020 #503
All who came to violently sit on Poles got it hard.

The EU is a paper tiger. All bark, no bite.

They shouldn`t be underestimated. Remember the days when EU as organization took part in destruction of Yugoslavia. True, they broke their tooths back then but they made it.

Poland and Hungary can keep doing whatever they want and the EU knows they can't do **** about it.

They can try but, world has changed and keep changing, against them. It could be their last mistake.

It drives people like Merkel and Macron crazy rofl!!!

No, she is there only for money and have her role. Macron? A strange man. He is crazy anyway.
Ironside 50 | 10,933
21 Nov 2020 #504
t Poles are the most favourable towards the EU: 88%

Using logic from your formation those are populists and people who know better should make decisions like 20-30% of Poles who say a big NO to the EU.
Spike31 2 | 2,097
28 Nov 2020 #505
Fortunately, The EU and Germany do everything to wake the Poles up and to change those proportions. First, a 2015 "refugee" crisis which dramatically shifted Polish politics and now with binding structural funds with so-called "EU values" or disciplining us about abortion laws and so on.

The only things which keep that mess together are mass media and their pro-EU rhetoric no matter what happens. The silver lining is that the young generation doesn't watch TV and get their news from the internet, where you can still find some independent sources.
Crow 146 | 9,097
28 Nov 2020 #506
Poles say a big YES to our European Union

Earlier in past, due to great fear, Polani said YES to Rome and abandoned alliance with Kashubs and Lusatians. Later on Polani said YES to EU, too, while they continued to kicks Kashubs and Lusatians. Today Rome and EU kicks Poland, as they always did, while Polani still continuing to kicks Kashubs and Lusatians.

So, Polani, its maybe time you to reconsider. What about behave as sane?
mafketis 24 | 9,343
29 Nov 2020 #507
Whatever Polish people think or don't think about the EU (or the Polo-Hungarian alliance) the EU has it's own problems...

Massive amounts of Italian debt are going to mature at the end of the year and Italy has no slightest hope of repaying it (even before the economic devastation created by misguided reactions to covid).

Either the rules change or the whole euro idea collapses....
Spike31 2 | 2,097
29 Nov 2020 #508

"it would have 'destabilizing consequences'. Well, maybe it would. But what exactly is anyone going to do about it?"

Nie mamy panskiego plaszcza i co pan nam zrobi?
Crow 146 | 9,097
29 Nov 2020 #509
Either the rules change or the whole euro idea collapses....

Nothing can save the EU. Its founded on wrong principles and for wrong purpose for ell except to those who created it.

But, speaking of Poland. Only change that will save Poland and Slavic West is restoration of Balkan-Baltic wealth line, that exactly ancestors of same those Italians destroyed in the past so they can hold entire Slavic world in subjugation.

There is the reason Britain ababdoned EU and there is the reason Poland is still in the EU. Something hold Poland no matter that pressure increasing and would be only bigger.
JacekthePole 1 | 43
30 Nov 2020 #510
Only a wh*re accepts money in exchange for violation of their most precious parts?
No money is worth loss of national sovereignty. Whilst I disagree with PiS on rule of law, separation of courts, media etc, this is a dangerous precedent. Once this is allowed it will never end and more and more powers will be ceded to Brussels.

Say no to the EU!


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