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Presidential elections 2020 - your opinions about campaign, candidates


Zlatko
13 Jul 2020 #2,191
But Poles need to build a wall with Germany now before it's too late. You never know... you so don't want them to go to Poland should German economy plummet.
Ironside 50 | 11,062
13 Jul 2020 #2,192
OK Delph and other smart asses. Who was right once again? Duda won and I have said that he will. Come here and admit it if you are not a coward.
Ironside 50 | 11,062
13 Jul 2020 #2,193
What a whiny little b1tch Hołownia turned out to be.

Told you but nah you know better lol!
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Crow 148 | 9,327
14 Jul 2020 #2,194
Blessed be Poland and her old new President! Let us celebrate!

Warm greetings from Serbia, dobrom bratu Dudi, who would read this lines, I am sure. Let me dobri i veliki brate congrats to you with this famous and symbolic song >

Krzysztof Krawczyk & Goran Bregovic - Moj przyjacielu



ps

Racowie love Duda and love to do business with Poland led by Duda!

Plus

Serbian President Vucic also congrats to Polish President Duda for winning the elections, calling him to visit Serbia and looking forward in even closer ties between two countries.

source > danas.rs/politika/vucic-cestitao-dudi-na-ponovnom-izboru-za-predsednika-poljske/

Let it fly!
mafketis 25 | 9,342
14 Jul 2020 #2,195
you know better

I never supported him for the simple reason that outsider candidates are always duds... even if they get elected they don't know how to get anything done....

He's a little b|tch because he seemed very bvtthurt about not making it into the second round which meant that without a strong univocal endorsement of Trzaskowski a lot of his uninformed supporters decided to vote for Duda...

If a person can't take an electoral loss (as Hołownia clearly can't) they should stay out of electoral politics.
cms neuf - | 1,579
14 Jul 2020 #2,196
Its much better to have politicians who have experience of managing political institutions - they know that you have to build coalitions, hear different points of view etc. The sooner the world gets back to professional politicians the better.

TV stars and businessmen don't normally work out well. Reagan is an exception but he had 2 terms as governor of a big state first.
mafketis 25 | 9,342
14 Jul 2020 #2,197
Well that didn't take long....

Antoni Macierewicz (he of the Smolensk fetish) has publicly accused American owned TVN of treason and hinted that it's news division is controlled by commie special services.....

It's clear that PiS wants a situation where independent media cannot contradict or challenge the government....

How much longer before Poland ends up back in Russia's arms?
Ziemowit 13 | 4,405
14 Jul 2020 #2,198
How many more communist prosecutors do you want appointed to the Supreme Court?

All communists have become Polish patriots after they joined PiS. Accordingly, all communists have become Polish traitors after they joined PO. Can't you see the difference here, you liberal idiot?

Not in the modern world of liquid capital which you prefer (which is why you're in the UK).

Even President Duda's daughter Kinga has followed in Spike's footsteps and moved to London leaving the beautiful country of his beloved father behind her. By the way, in the second round she wanted to vote in Poland together with her parents, but was refused to cast her vote since having voted in the first round in London where she works, she inscribed herself to the list there, but then didn't care to get an appropriate certificate allowing her to vote in another place.

will not be long now before many return to Poland under a strong government led by your president Duda.

You would wish! Some will, but most of them will remain in their new countries of residence for ever. But even if they do, most of them will not vote PiS, I assure you ...
johnny reb 29 | 5,444
14 Jul 2020 #2,199
Reagan is an exception

Trump was another one.
Just look what he accomplished in his first year in office before he started getting hounded non - stop.
He made his opposition look bad by accomplishing things at mock speed.
He got things done that the politicians couldn't seem to get done in eight year terms.
The politicians deep swamp was being exposed while Trump drained it.
So I think it is very good to have someone voted in to shake up the good old boys club but Poland wasn't ready yet.

Duda has done a very good job for Poland by keeping Poland's citizens safe.
What other country in the world can claim that besides Japan.
Poland was definitely blessed to keep Duda and his high standards for morality while the rest of the E.U. decays in that area because of the Commie Marxist propaganda brainwashing the youth.
mafketis 25 | 9,342
14 Jul 2020 #2,200
Duda's daughter Kinga

She's also made a lukewarm statement in direct contradiction to daddy's policies.... I'm wondering who she would have voted for had she been allowed...
Crow 148 | 9,327
14 Jul 2020 #2,201
for had she been allowed...

Why not allowed?
gumishu 11 | 5,701
14 Jul 2020 #2,203
If a person can't take an electoral loss (as Hołownia clearly can't) they should stay out of electoral politics.

you must have heard somebody else talking not Hołownia (he fully endorsed Trzaskowski)
mafketis 25 | 9,342
14 Jul 2020 #2,204
(he fully endorsed Trzaskowski)

Far too late to make any difference...
gumishu 11 | 5,701
14 Jul 2020 #2,205
he did it just after the first round of the election -you must have missed it
PolAmKrakow 1 | 803
14 Jul 2020 #2,206
Lets not make excuses. Duda won. He won because Trzaskowski did not come out hard enough on some issues. He couldnt get voters to cross over. He was a very well spoken, and bright candidate. He simply didnt have teeth to go directly after hard votes. Poland gets what it deserves, another 3 to 5 years of backward spending government and a continued walk down the path of authoritarian government. So, more old people need to die off before things change. Its life and life moves on. So be it. My pierogi will still taste the same when I get home and my dog will still enjoy walks in planty. Little will effect me as long as I can continue to bring money in from outside Poland. In the end its every man for themselves.
Ziemowit 13 | 4,405
14 Jul 2020 #2,207
So, more old people need to die off before things change

You may have the point here, so to speak. Today's RZECZPOSPOLITA sums it up in this way:

The president won without a doubt, but only thanks to the gigantic support among the 50+ electorate. The majority of voters between 18 and 49 years old decided on Trzaskowski. [...] Although Polish seniors should be wished for the best health, demographic changes are relentless.

The United Right has to think what reasonable offer should be presented to the younger half of Polish society. Unleashing the political war may speak to young radicals, but in their age group they are in the minority.

Crow 148 | 9,327
14 Jul 2020 #2,208
check #2198

Thanks for clarification most dobri brate.

Bdw, mafe, can you imagine scandal in EU when Duda and Orban allow shipment of balistic misliles from Russia to Serbia via Visegrad air space? Oh that would shake entire continent. Can you imagine Ursula's and Merkel's jump on Duda. He would have full hands. By the God, those ladies would sit on him.
KorkiTaczer - | 102
14 Jul 2020 #2,209
more old people need to die off before things change

You have no clue what will happen in 10 or 15 years. Ppl aged 18-30 may become far-right voters in the upcoming decades. So, you should take more pills before you come up something as dumb as you wrote above.
OP pawian 176 | 15,402
14 Jul 2020 #2,210
Poland gets what it deserves

Exactly.

So be it.

Naturally.

My pierogi will still taste the same

Of course.

Poland survived partitions, occupations, communism etc - there were huge losses but we survived. We shall survive PiS cataclysm too. hahaha

Little will effect me

In 1980s, after the martial law was introduced, many people adopted the attitude called: inner emigration. They cared only about themselves and their families, ignoring the political situation.

But even if they do, most of them will not vote PiS, I assure you ...

Most Polish emigrants in Europe voted for Trzaskowski. In the USA - for Duda.

How much longer before Poland ends up back in Russia's arms?

Such processes take decades. E..g, before the first partition took place in 1772, Russia "had worked" on Poland for over 50 years. But once the avalanche starts., it is too late to stop it.
Bratwurst Boy 9 | 10,564
14 Jul 2020 #2,211
Most Polish emigrants in Europe voted for Trzaskowski.

Because they profit from the existence of the EU more than Am-Poles?
OP pawian 176 | 15,402
14 Jul 2020 #2,212
Yes, it is obvious - anti-EU PiS and Duda are a threat.
PolAmKrakow 1 | 803
14 Jul 2020 #2,213
@KorkiTaczer
People might not exist in that time too. Far right ideals are not going to move Poland forward. They will crash and burn as they always have. The only path forward for Poland is the center, the left is a failed experiment just like the right. The problem is the nut cases on both sides who wont let go of crazy ideas. MAybe its time for you to take your meds now?
Spike31 2 | 2,224
15 Jul 2020 #2,214
Because they profit from the existence of the EU more than Am-Poles?

@BratwurstBoy, the most profit I will ever make from the existence of the EU is when I bet against € on currency stock exchange right before the inevitable financial collapse of the eurozone. The right timing would be my only concern

"Angela Merkel has secured her place in the pantheon of European statesmanship by agreeing to common EU borrowing"

politico.eu/article/angela-merkel-milestone-moment-europe-coronavirus-response/
Tacitus 2 | 1,242
15 Jul 2020 #2,215
I wouldnt count on that. Many have already lost a lot of money by betting on the end of the euro since 2009.
cms neuf - | 1,579
15 Jul 2020 #2,216
You won't make money betting on it the night before - so place your bets now - buy a load of GBP or zloty

What are you waiting for if you are so sure ?

Then you can join Johnny, Dirk, Rich and Dolno in the PF millionaires club :)
Ziemowit 13 | 4,405
15 Jul 2020 #2,217
when I bet against € on currency stock exchange right before the inevitable financial collapse of the eurozone

What are you waiting for if you are so sure ?

That's the trick. Timing is essential. Everyone who thinks they can make money betting on something when that something is obvious to everyone end up as losers.

Johnny, Dirk, Rich and Dolno in the PF millionaires club

That was a hell lot sarcastic, wasn't it?
dolnoslask 6 | 3,085
15 Jul 2020 #2,218
That was a hell lot sarcastic, wasn't it?

Well if we taking zlotys then its easy to be a millionaire aint it, like rupees and stuff.

Zipe de Duda is going to make you all rich with his new million plus project
OP pawian 176 | 15,402
15 Jul 2020 #2,219
Duda was even advertised on meat products

Peasant ham



Dirk diggler 9 | 4,715
15 Jul 2020 #2,220
buy a load of GBP or zloty

Already bought a bunch of zloty last week... almost 4 z's to 1 usd... should've bought in April when it was 4.1 almost 4.2 but oh well...

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