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60% of Poles say Szydło's government should resign



delphiandomine 79 | 15,505    
16 Mar 2017  #31

I still wouldn't be surprised to see it happen, especially if PiS try and rig the results of the local elections. We're already seeing that PO and others are proposing single unity candidates against PiS candidates in the local elections, and I'm almost certain Jarek won't be able to stand the thought of 2006 repeating itself.


Ironside 43 | 7,952    
16 Mar 2017  #32

You boys are deluded big time if you think that PO and generally KOD enjoys some kind of massive popular support of the populace.
jon357 63 | 11,664    
17 Mar 2017  #33

especially if PiS try and rig the results of the local electio

The only wrong word here is "if". That crowd of politicians live and breathe manipulation.
NoToForeigners 7 | 732    
17 Mar 2017  #34

Love to see leftards still whining. Most Poles support the govt. I'm already pretty convinced that PiS will rule for more than one cadence. Wonder what you leftards gonna say then. Something like "Majority of Poles hate PiS and they voted for them because of aliens".

Buahahahh
Marsupial - | 916    
17 Mar 2017  #35

People voted for pis to change. Enough was enough. Change will be required sooner now. You believe in fairies and made up crap so this is just the same.
OP Harry 74 | 13,199    
17 Mar 2017  #36

if PiS try and rig the results of the local elections.

That's not an 'if', that's a 'when'.

Look at the way the PiSlamic State are trying to rig the elections in Warsaw by giving people in the areas near Warsaw who are more likely to vote for PIS's candidates in effect two votes while people in Warsaw itself, who are more likely to vote for PIS's opponents, only get one vote.
NoToForeigners 7 | 732    
17 Mar 2017  #37

PiSlamic

Look at that liberal scum. Look how they praise tolerance, equality and religion freedom yet they use Islam as a derogatory term to describe and insult the ruling govt.

Hahahha Such a hypocrisy.
Sparks11 - | 223    
17 Mar 2017  #38

actually, islamic state and the religion of islam are two different things. the comparison isnt using the religion but the terrorist organization. sooooo...
NoToForeigners 7 | 732    
17 Mar 2017  #39

@Sparks11
Buahahahh
Clear to see you have no knowledge about Poles and Poland. PiSlam (not State) is commonly used by leftard Poles.
Sparks11 - | 223    
17 Mar 2017  #40

really? i would say that living here for a decade and a half and speaking the language gives me some knowledge. not sure what you're buahahaing about. anyway, this thread talks about pislamic state as does the post you cite so i guess we should go with that. perhaps your reasoning and Reading comprehension skills warrant a chuckle.
NoToForeigners 7 | 732    
17 Mar 2017  #41

@Sparks11
Lol. Ordering a Kebab is not speaking Polish.

forum.gazetalubuska.pl/50-powodow-na-to-aby-pislam-juz-nigdy-nie-rzadzil-polska-t130992

youtu.be/lhQ6jWvoF5Y

wiadomosci.wp.pl/martykul.html?kat=98596&wid=12591380

memnews.pl/img/319/co-ten-pislam-robi-z-czlowiekiem

PiSlam, PiSlam and PiSlam. Never Państwo (State) pislamskie

Many many more examples of Islam being used as a derogatory term by leftards and even leftard media.
Like I said. You know nothing about Poland and Poles.
OP Harry 74 | 13,199    
17 Mar 2017  #42

PiSlam, PiSlam and PiSlam.

Here at PF there is a rule against changing the names of political parties, so we don't do that. Changing PIS's name would doubtless draw a warning, even if changing PO's clearly does not.

You should understand that the term PiSlamic State refers to a group wider than just PIS's members. Although he clearly takes orders from The Dear Leader Chairman Kaczynski, that cat Duda is not one of PIS's members. Another example is Radio Maybach and it Father Director Rydzyk, formally there is no connection between PIS's bodies and Radio Maybach but in reality Father Director Rydzyk is an integral part of PiSlamic State, far more so than Szydlo and 'her' government which 60% of Poles say should resign.
NoToForeigners 7 | 732    
17 Mar 2017  #43

term PiSlamic State refers to a group wider

It refers to PiS and Islam ONLY. This is not a real word with any rules. This is just a derogatory term made up to insult our govt by comparing it to a kind of religion by hypocritical leftards who are soooooo vocal about equality and freedom (religious too).

All what you say is just YOUR SUBJECTIVE definition everyone can come up with their own.

Jeez

even if changing PO's clearly does not.

Can't find any offensive term including any religion to describe PO. Care to show me one?
NoToForeigners 7 | 732    
17 Mar 2017  #44

And like I said. NO ONE IN POLAND CALLS OUR GOVT "PAŃSTWO PISLAMSKIE" (PISLAMIC STATE). LEFTARDS CALL THEM JUST "PISLAM" SO DON'T MAKE THE STATE PART UP.
Ironside 43 | 7,952    
17 Mar 2017  #45

Here at PF

I see your heckling and lies you are repeating here every chance you got never bore you. Well, you're boring, comrade Harry. Why don't you change your tune? Are you getting paid to propagate progressive propaganda on PF?

You Bolsheviks are done, your time is over. its being of the end. So save everyone trouble and stop your red down operation, its pointless.
OP Harry 74 | 13,199    
17 Mar 2017  #46

This is just a derogatory term made up to insult our govt

The phrase PiSlamic State describes, very aptly, not only the government 60% of Poles say should resign but also people and entities which are formally in no way related to PIS as a party. For example, there is no formal connection between PIS and Radio Maybach but Radio Maybach and everybody's favourite Maybach driver, Father Director Rydzyk, are both far more important in the PiSlamic State than the government 60% of Poles say should resign.
OP Harry 74 | 13,199    
17 Mar 2017  #47

If anybody had any doubt that everybody's favourite Maybach driver is a part of the PiSlamic State far more important than the government 60% of Poles say should resign, they should read this article wiadomosci.wp.pl/kat,1342,title,Ojciec-Rydzyk-atakuje-opozycje-To-obrzydliwe,wid,18729624,wiadomosc.html

It's about him speaking on his TV Maybach about the anti-PIS coalition, he specifically named Nowoczesna, PSL and PO, and how they are "contaminated by evil", "disgusting" and "liars".
OP Harry 74 | 13,199    
17 Mar 2017  #48

Mods?

It's better to report posts than to reply to them (if you reply to a post it gives the mods two posts they need to bin rather than one).

Back to the topic: would you say that everybody's favourite Maybach driver choosing a this particular moment to attack the anti-PiSlamic State parties is just a coincide or a reaction by the PiSlamic State to the fact that 60% of Poles say Szydlo's government should resign?
Wulkan - | 3,083    
17 Mar 2017  #49

Wow, only 50% of Poles came to vote in the last election but now we know that 100% of Poles expressed their opinion and 60% of it said no to PiS. That must have been the most expensive referendum in the Polish history, how did I miss it?

It's better to report posts

But only valid reports matter, You used to and maybe still are sending 80% of the forums reports just because someone disagrees with you. You should thank god for mods being so patient with you.
jon357 63 | 11,664    
17 Mar 2017  #50

choosing this particular moment to attack the anti-PiSlamic State parties is just a coincide or a reaction

Using lesser events and fake news to divert attention away from real issues is a well known technique. One they're using so blatantly right now that even their own voters laugh at the crassness of it
Wulkan - | 3,083    
17 Mar 2017  #51

Using lesser events and fake news to divert attention away from real issues is a well known technique. One they're using so blatantly right now.

What an amazing description of the main stream media.
jon357 63 | 11,664    
17 Mar 2017  #52

That comes across as American-style paranoia. Perhaps you prefer fringe websites peddling conspiracy theories...
jgrabner 1 | 11    
17 Mar 2017  #53

Who better represents Poland in Europe

is this really the most important factor for voters in the Sejm elections? probably not, since all polls asking for that vote show PiS having a continuing commanding lead with a similar margin as in 2015: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opinion_polling_for_the_next_Polish_parliamentary_election frankly, my answer to "kto lepiej reprezentacje Polskę w Europie?" would be "kogo to obchodzi?".

Projections for the 2019 elections today are not only to be taken with a grain, but with a boatload of salt, considering the huge fluctuations in pre-2015 polling. PO then lost the elections in the last couple of weeks(!): niepewnesondaze.blogspot.it/2015/10/w-tygodniu-przed-wyborami-4.html

Should the government of Szydlo resign?". More than 42% answered "definitely yes" and 18% "rather yes".

that would be in line with general polling. 60% don't like her today, and ~62% did not vote for her in 2015.

If you have only 50% election participation, the key to winning the election is high turnout of our own base. It pays better off to energize your own base than to try to win voters from the other side. In this regard, voting against Tusk was a cheap move to keep their own base happy.
cms 9 | 872    
17 Mar 2017  #54

Well that would be wise but every year they will lose about 3 percent of their base to natural causes. So they do need to ensure those young families who benefit from 500+ also vote for them. But those same families benefit most from the EU - new jobs, higher wages, better infrastructure and more opportunities, and they are mostly literate enough to understand the EU is a good thing.
Marsupial - | 916    
17 Mar 2017  #55

Same fossils vote for pis, brexit and here one nation. Time for retirement village, it's calling you. Fossil fossil where art thou fossil?
Wulkan - | 3,083    
17 Mar 2017  #56

Perhaps you prefer fringe websites peddling conspiracy theories...

I don't need those, I get all that in mainstream media. Putin here, Putin there lol
jon357 63 | 11,664    
17 Mar 2017  #57

Putin

A threat to the world. The puppet Szydło and her puppet masters are just useful idiots.
Wulkan - | 3,083    
17 Mar 2017  #58

A threat to the world.

ISIS is and he is fighting it.

The puppet Szydło

Still better than puppet Kopacz
jon357 63 | 11,664    
18 Mar 2017  #59

ISIS

ISIS. Are you crazy? Putin is a high threat to democracy, and a risk to Poland. Interesting to see you praise the Russian dictator...

Kopacz

Is not currently in office and not the topic of this thread. Szydło however is the topic and she is an unpopular premier who should go.
Polonius3 1,009 | 12,476    
18 Mar 2017  #60

after the 500+ scheme ends

The 500+ programme will not end, it's a permanent fixture on the Polish scene. And it is already generating the desired results. A baby boom is under way in Poland. Estimates forecas that up to 400,000 children will be born by the end of 2017, the Dziennik Gazeta Prawna daily has reported. According to the paper, the number of babies being born has been steadily growing since October last year, hitting a seven-year high in January.




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