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Do Poles take Kaczynski seriously!?


Seanus 15 | 19,672
4 Oct 2011 #151
Some do and some don't. His slogans are nonsense, though. You cannot accommodate all your peoples' interests but he tries that through his slogans. He is a desperate little toad that is the butt of many jokes here.
gumishu 15 | 6,184
4 Oct 2011 #152
you want a joke?

three sharks meet in the middle of the ocean - one says - you know, guys I must have eaten a Franch bloke some time ago - I was belching perfume for over a month

the second shark says - oh, that's interesting, but look, what happened to me recently - the guy I have gobbled must have been some Russian general - I was barfing with medals for 2 weeks -

the third shark says - oh, that's not bad actually - I have swallowed a Polish guy a couple of weeks ago, he must have been a PO voter - his head was this emtpy that I couldn't dive ever since
pawian 223 | 24,567
4 Oct 2011 #153
Yuck, what a cheap joke! I wasted 15 precious seconds of my life.

And it is completely missed. You know that PO voters are the most intelligent of all.

Gumishu, come on! :):):):)
gumishu 15 | 6,184
4 Oct 2011 #154
And it is completely missed. You know that PO voters are the most intelligent of all.

Gumishu, come on! :):):):)

there are a couple of types of PO voters - one is for example inmates - nice company you're in pawian heh

the other type is the gullible - those who cannot connect what Tomasz Misiak has written into a bill with why was not PO fighting to keep polish shipyards from returning public help - these are the people who believed in the Qatar investor for a while

btw I think it is you who were not serious actually - just read through the comments on the web (it was especially noticeable some 1 or 2 years ago) - those who bad mouthed PiS and praised PO actually almost never knew a thing about what was really going on in the country - young and gullible - young and elevated ('młodzi wykształceni z dużych miast') - now they often can't find a job heh
pawian 223 | 24,567
4 Oct 2011 #155
=gumishu]there are a couple of types of PO voters - one is for example inmates - nice company you're in pawian heh

What about football fans who are going to vote PiS and PiS is supporting them in return? Personally, I have nothing against football fans (my students!) but the media are pointing to PiS and fans` freak coalition.
gumishu 15 | 6,184
4 Oct 2011 #156
when we win we're gonna take care of football hooligans then with your 'objektywne inaczej' media :p or rather with the media first :)

oh, Lord - why do we have such a gullible society who think Miro Drzewiecki and Zbycho Chlebowski are some free-lancers and not the core and the essence of the PO
pawian 223 | 24,567
4 Oct 2011 #157
=gumishu]
oh, Lord - why do we have such a gullible society who think Miro Drzewiecki and Zbycho Chlebowski are some free-lancers and not the core and the essence of the PO

Wrong. Those guys are not in PO anymore.

Again, a cheap trick by you. Gumishu, you are disappointing me!

=gumishu]
when we win we're gonna take care of football hooligans then with your 'objektywne inaczej' media :p or rather with the media first :)

I know who you are! You are Z. Ziobro, ex Justice Minister from PiS !!!
:):):):):)
gumishu 15 | 6,184
4 Oct 2011 #158
=gumishu]
when we win we're gonna take care of football hooligans then with your 'objektywne inaczej' media :p or rather with the media first :)

I know who you are! You are Z. Ziobro, ex Justice Minister from PiS !!!
:):):):):)

heh ;)

Wrong. Those guys are not in PO anymore.

Mirosław Drzewiecki is still a member of PO - he just knows too much

se.pl/wydarzenia/opinie/nasz-pose-to-nie-przestepca_135333.html

seems like you don't follow politics that much pawian

EDIT: want an update on Drzewiecki, pawian hun :):):) ???
pawian 223 | 24,567
4 Oct 2011 #159
=gumishu]seems like you don't follow politics that much pawian

No, I don`t, you are right. I am too busy in the PF!!! :):):):):)
gumishu 15 | 6,184
4 Oct 2011 #160
=gumishu]seems like you don't follow politics that much pawian

No, I don`t, you are right. I am too busy in the PF!!! :):):):):)

ok, you don't want an update - so here you are :P - kampanianazywo.pl/korespondenci/miroslaw-drzewiecki-jednak-zdob edzie-lodz/
pawian 223 | 24,567
4 Oct 2011 #161
=gumishu]ok, you don't want an update - so here you are :P

It is indeed informative. However, why is it as old as February 2011??? :):):)

If you want to educate me with such ancient stuff, I`d better find things out by myself. :):):)
gumishu 15 | 6,184
4 Oct 2011 #162
ok I was wrong - neither Drzewiecki nor Chlebowski are PO candidates - and it looks they are never gonna be important figures in the party - but I think they still are members lodz.gazeta.pl/lodz/51,35136,9387357.html?i=1
pawian 223 | 24,567
4 Oct 2011 #163
=gumishu]ok I was wrong - neither Drzewiecki nor Chlebowski are PO candidates - and it looks they are never gonna be important figures in the party -

That is why I respect you although we differ on many topics. :):):):)
Palivec - | 379
5 Oct 2011 #164
He presented his new book this week. According to him Merkel wants Germany to be a superpower that plans to subdue Poland. This imperial Germany wants to get the former German territorries of Poland back. That's why he doesn't welcome investments by German companies in Western Poland. And Merkel was installed by the Stasi (former secret service of Commie Germany).

LOL! :D
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,437
5 Oct 2011 #165
According to him Merkel wants Germany to be a superpower that plans to subdue Poland.

that is just his way to monopolize on similar sentiments among some Poles. I live in Szczecin and there are many people who still believe in that. The truth is that Poles consume more and more German products, so.......in a way we have been already subdued to German power;)
gumishu 15 | 6,184
5 Oct 2011 #166
consume more and more German products,

heh - what do you actually mean - cars are pretty difficult to digest - even if well aged

heh - what do you actually mean - cars are pretty difficult to digest - even if well aged

what other consumer goods from Germany have you seen in a shop lately
Olaf 6 | 955
5 Oct 2011 #167
what other consumer goods from Germany have you seen in a shop lately

A lot!! Do you even read labels carefully? About half of chemicals available (paints, cleaning products with 'famous' detergents), sweets, coffee (Kraft Jacobs Suchard, Tchibo etc.). Tchibo, Lidl and Aldi are shops with vast majority of German products - I could start ennumerating but it would take a lot of space.

NB: I was once looking for Polish sugar in Krakow and it seems an impossible feat. Everywhere there are German products of Sudzucker and Pfeifer & Langen companies, whereas I made my point to find Polish sugar from a Polish sugar company. After looking hard in every shop I've bee to, the only place I knew that had it was Bomi at Solvay Park, which is far but I drove there anyway. Sadly, they changed their supplier and now they also have only German one. So, helpless in my 'sugar crusade' I stopped using sugar for a while, until I visited Lidl. You can imagine my surprise when I saw there Polish sugar! Someone must've divided by zero.
gumishu 15 | 6,184
5 Oct 2011 #168
NB: I was once looking for Polish sugar in Krakow and it seems an impossible feat. Everywhere there are German products of Sudzucker and Pfeifer & Langen companies, whereas I made my point to find Polish sugar from a Polish sugar company

- I don't quite get what you mean - do you mean we import most of our sugar from elsewhere?
Olaf 6 | 955
5 Oct 2011 #169
I don't know, but I think so, or maybe the sugar factories become German-owned. And there is still Polish one. Remembering huge debates and strikes etc. over Polish sugar factories being sold for a fraction of their worth I wanted to buy Polish sugar. It's more sweet;)
Palivec - | 379
5 Oct 2011 #170
Speaking of sugar... sugar is also very expensive in Poland, that's why Poles flooded supermarkets in Germany and bought so much that the supermarkets began to ration sugar. Apparently a kg costs between 1,25 and 1,70€ in Poland, but only 0,65€ in Germany.
Olaf 6 | 955
5 Oct 2011 #171
Poles flooded supermarkets in Germany

This is that irresponsible and stupid attitude that makes problems. Always try to buy local stuff (unless it is cr@ppy). Sugar is not the key product at homes - nothing happens if you don't use sugar to your tea or coffe, right? So you can buy the local one that's a bit more expensive, otherwise you'll end up with no option but to buy Chinese garlic, Dutch tomatos and German oil for frying as there will be no Polish ones anymore. Of course, competition should reduce prices too...
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,437
5 Oct 2011 #172
heh - what do you actually mean - cars are pretty difficult to digest - even if well aged

don't you get the sarcasm? Anyways. German products are highly valued in Poland, and as Olaf mentioned in his post - Poland is a good market for Germany. The sugar issue is another story all together and has nothing to do with Kaczynski, or does it?;)
gumishu 15 | 6,184
5 Oct 2011 #173
The sugar issue is another story all together and has nothing to do with Kaczynski, or does it?;)

sure it does - Kaczyński is the source of all the evil in POland - isn't he?
Olaf 6 | 955
5 Oct 2011 #174
has nothing to do with Kaczynski, or does it?

True. Politicians are associated more with vaseline than sugar.
But sugar issues seemed more interesting. Sorry for expanding off-topic.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,116
5 Oct 2011 #175
Apparently a kg costs between 1,25 and 1,70€ in Poland, but only 0,65€ in Germany.

It's gone down a lot - last time I checked, Germany was about that price, while Poland was (still) a little bit more expensive.

I've got an amusing photo of a sign in Frankfurt (Oder) telling Poles only to buy 5 - no such sign in German though ;)
gumishu 15 | 6,184
5 Oct 2011 #176
there is something like sugar quotas in the EU - upon entering the EU Polish negotiators didn't manage to negotiate a quota that would actually cover the whole of internal Polish demand in the field of sugar - there is also milk quotas (and perhaps some other)

there is something like sugar quotas in the EU - upon entering the EU Polish negotiators didn't manage to negotiate a quota that would actually cover the whole of internal Polish demand in the field of sugar - there is also milk quotas (and perhaps some other)
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,148
5 Oct 2011 #177
Speaking of sugar... sugar is also very expensive in Poland

Goodies of beloved EU... may the ***** die quickly...
delphiandomine 88 | 18,116
5 Oct 2011 #178
And with it, Poles can continue to queue for 4-6 hours on the Western border, too!

Oh, and Poland can take back the 2 million or so to be unemployed, yay! Eastern Poland's unemployment problem will get worse - yay!
Ironside 51 | 12,441
5 Oct 2011 #179
Some do and some don't. His slogans are nonsense, though. You cannot accommodate all your peoples' interests but he tries that through his slogans. He is a desperate little toad that is the butt of many jokes here.

Who isn't? The problem is that the dude is actually for real. Others present on political scene politicians are just figureheads, gang;s members or mixture of both.

nobodies...

And with it, Poles can continue to queue for 4-6 hours on the Western border, too!

delph will have to apply for visa - yey
delphiandomine 88 | 18,116
5 Oct 2011 #180
Who isn't? The problem is that the dude is actually for real. Others present on political scene politicians are just figureheads, gang;s members or mixture of both.
nobodies...

He's for real?

That's why he says one thing to the moustaches/hooligans/old people, but then all his candidates for the Sejm are from the educated middle class of society?

I got a flyer today for one candidate - she's studying law at UAM. Hardly the typical PiS voter, is it?

delph will have to apply for visa - yey

No problem, after all, I remember the fuss Poles caused when their access to the West (well, West Berlin at least) was closed.


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