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Polish PM Tusk- dictator or not? What Poles think?


PolAmKrakow 2 | 1,046
16 Sep 2021 #151
@amiga500
LMFAO Morawiecki and Bosak. Both should be ball washers at a turkish bath. Both creepy in their own way.
pawian 180 | 17,056
16 Sep 2021 #152
morawiecki is the most accomplished politician

Called Pinocchio for his incessant lying.

left high end corporate world

Yes, a bankster who once heartily supported Tusk and his government. Later he realised that PiS connection would give him more profits. :):):)

his father is

Was.
amiga500 2 | 983
16 Sep 2021 #153
Bankster.

"Morawiecki claimed in a press interview, that at the age of 12[3] he helped his father copying underground political literature and in August 1980 he plastered the streets of Wrocław with posters calling for a general strike.[4] After martial law was declared in 1981, he helped print and distribute underground Solidarity magazines. As a son of a well known opposition activist, he was sometimes detained and intimidated by the police.[5] In an interview, he said he threw Molotov cocktails at police cars[4] and was on many occasions stopped and beaten by Poland's secret police (Służba Bezpieczeństwa, SB). In the 1980s, he edited an illegal political newspaper Lower Silesia Bulletin and was active in the Independent Students' Association. He continued taking part in political demonstrations until the late 1980s and participated in occupation strikes at the University of Wroclaw in 1988 and 1989. He co-organized the Club for Political Thought "Free and Solidary".[6]"

who once heartily supported Tusk and his government. S

Till he saw the corruption and evil underneath. But tell me why would he sacrifice making millions to take a politifcal position at PiS if not for idealistic reasons,
pawian 180 | 17,056
16 Sep 2021 #154
he helped his father

Copying and pasting such a big chunk of text is infantile. Use your own words.
Ironside 51 | 11,510
17 Sep 2021 #155
That`s a piece of cake compared to PIS` lies.

tsk tsk, nobody can beat Tusk when it comes to con and lies he is a master.

Both are creepy in their own way.

You sound like a creep too. I'm not judging.

hy would he sacrifice making millions

Suspicious. As he doesn't really add any value or a new, fresh approach to politics in Poland.
gumishu 11 | 5,857
17 Sep 2021 #156
Those rightists lie day and night, even when they sleep.

pawian - ok, give me an example of lies by PiS from the latest day or well night - after all you know what you are typing, don't you
pawian 180 | 17,056
17 Sep 2021 #157
give me an example of lies by PiS from the latest day or well night

Don`t be silly, there are multiple examples each day. E.g., yesterday, Waldemar Buda, who is responsible for handling European funds, insisted in the Sejm that the EU won`t freeze its funds to Polish LGBT free zones. Of course the EU has already done it but PiS bandits are desperately trying to wave away reality with their silly propaganda.

you know what you are typing

Yes, darling, I perfectly know what I type about PiS here and in dozen other places in the Internet. hahaha But don`t give up trying to catch me, I will gladly play this game.
GefreiterKania 7 | 395
17 Sep 2021 #158
are desperately trying to wave away reality with their silly propaganda

It is rather sad to see where they ended up. I once thought of them as an ordoliberal government (with a slightly nationalistic slant) but they have lost the plot completely since then. Oh, well... it's only two more years. Here's hoping.
pawian 180 | 17,056
17 Sep 2021 #159
it's only two more years

Two years after which the ruined country will have to recuperate for a decade.
GefreiterKania 7 | 395
17 Sep 2021 #160
Maybe it won't be quite as bad as that.

The bright side is - people will never vote any PiS or PiS-like party into power again. Also, the position of RCC in our society will start resembling their position in any other western European country. They will pay dearly for their unholy pact with PiS.
gumishu 11 | 5,857
17 Sep 2021 #161
Of course the EU has already done it but PiS bandits are desperately trying to wave away reality with their silly propaganda.

I'm not sure the EU (I believe you have the EU commission in mind) has the legal right to do so under the European treaties - I see this as an attmept to strongarm Poland - and the outcome of the situation is not evident if you ask me
pawian 180 | 17,056
18 Sep 2021 #162
Gumi, it is funny how you smoothly moved from PiS` inborn lying nature to the EU having right or not of freezing funds. hahaha I love it.
gumishu 11 | 5,857
18 Sep 2021 #163
PiS` inborn lying nature to the EU having right or not of freezing funds

as for Buda's statement, I believe he experssed his conviction on the final outcome of the situation with the EU and the so called 'LGBT free regions' - you don't lie if you express your conviction :)
Ironside 51 | 11,510
18 Sep 2021 #164
we will finally have to hang the traitors

Expressing their traitorous and dumb views are not a crime. Being an elected official of Poland or being a member of Polish administration or a judge and act against independent Poland. That is a treasonous offense that should be punished accordingly. Not that PiS will do anything about it.
amiga500 2 | 983
18 Sep 2021 #165
I fear for your mental health amiga500

don't you worry about me, there is a method in the madness :)

and a temporary ban

I am ready to sacrifice everything for my dear leader and Poland. Not helping? What about shares in polish companies that make rope? They are worth more than traitors
OP Crow 151 | 9,726
18 Sep 2021 #166
I love Tusk. He infiltrated EU and fixing things.
pawian 180 | 17,056
18 Sep 2021 #167
there is a method in the madness :)

You admit you are like a mad dog? :):)
pawian 180 | 17,056
21 Sep 2021 #168
there is no money for the 500+ programme

And today the PIS government happily repeats that phrase in reference to medical staff and state budget sector.
pawian 180 | 17,056
20 Nov 2021 #169
Polish PM Tusk- dictator or not?

Of course not a dictator. But a careless driver - yes.

For speeding in an urban area, he lost his license for 3 months. He must rethink some basic things.
Miloslaw 12 | 3,297
20 Nov 2021 #170
@pawian

Tusk is also a Polish traitor who cares more about his own financial wellbeing and The EU than he does about Poland.
Another politician filling his pockets....
pawian 180 | 17,056
20 Nov 2021 #171
Tusk is also a Polish traitor

No, you are a traitor to your intelligence. hahaha
Miloslaw 12 | 3,297
20 Nov 2021 #172
@pawian

Another weak response from you, as usual, you failed to address the points I made.
Does Tusk embarrass you so much?
OP Crow 151 | 9,726
20 Nov 2021 #173
Comic

ps

Vucic: I contemplated on EU. We should push it in right dirrection. Onto graveyard.
Tusk: True, true. I would help. It needs little help but I will do my part.

ps

Tusk: Just pretend you want to become part of EU.
Vucic: Its not easy.

ps

Vucic: Tell me brate how you managing to fool them in Brussels.
Tusk: Mongrels, I mean morons all around me.
pawian 180 | 17,056
20 Nov 2021 #174
you failed to address the points I made.

What points? You didn`t make any points - just your typical forum babble which wise posters don`t comment on coz it is useless.

Does Tusk embarrass you so much?

No, he doesn`t. But your intelligence is embarassed by your betrayal of it. hahaha
jon357 69 | 18,360
20 Nov 2021 #175
Oh, well... it's only two more years

We could well see his return soon. A lot will depend on how things turn out with the border and the EU.
Alien 4 | 435
21 Nov 2021 #176
@Crow
Vucic is a great man,.. at least visually.
Cojestdocholery 2 | 248
22 Nov 2021 #177
For speeding in an urban area

107 k/h
57 k/h over speed limit. It was fault of the limit. Tusk has no limits.
jon357 69 | 18,360
22 Nov 2021 #178
If it was a PiSuarz, they'd have fired the police officers.


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