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American understanding of Britain.


Atch 17 | 3,064
5 Oct 2018 #121
polish pilots basically saved London during the battle of britain.

Polish pilots comprised 5% of the RAF and accounted for 7.5% of kills.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,712
5 Oct 2018 #122
oh hush Atch, you know it doesn't deal in facts, just crazed hateful ramblings.
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,602
5 Oct 2018 #123
I bet its folks got kicked out of Poland.

Right. Thats why i have pl citizenship as does the rest of my family. If youre so smart and full of facts youd know only a person can annul their citizenship not the government, except in the most extreme circumstances - espionage, terrorism, etc.

you are the vilest, least educated, piece of human shite on this forum. And that is being kind.

And yet still have a higher education at better schools than you. You couldnt even manage to keep a man around to help you raise a kid. No surprise there. Go back to editing for 10 zloty an hour and dont respond.

Polish pilots comprised 5% of the RAF and accounted for 7.5% of kills.

A disproportionate amount and clearlt better than the brits. If it they were even to the brits theyd account for 5% of kills, if worse than less thsn 5%. But they were better and hence accounted for more kills

Still no facts proving that all british cops are armed, there are no parallel legal structures based on 7th century islam, cops can chase thieves in all circumstances, theres freedom oc speech and no thought crime police, etc.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,712
5 Oct 2018 #124
except in the most extreme circumstances - espionage, terrorism, etc.

that is what I meant. ..:):)
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,602
5 Oct 2018 #125
No. 303 (Polish) Squadron (Polish: 303 Dywizjon Myśliwski "Warszawski im. Tadeusza Kościuszki") was one of 16 Polish squadrons in the Royal Air Force (RAF) during the Second World War. It was not just the highest scoring of the Hurricane squadrons during the Battle of Britain and had the highest ratio of enemy aircraft destroyed to their own lost (safest).[1][2][3], but it also lost fewer pilots than most RAF units[citation needed].

Clearly better than the brits.
Atch 17 | 3,064
5 Oct 2018 #126
clearlt better than the brits.

Some revision for you from yesterday:

The top five Flying Aces of the Battle of Britain are:

Eric Lock (British)
James Lacey (British)
Archie McKellar (British)
Josef Frantisek(Czech)
Colin Gray (British)

There were four pilots who achieved five victories in the course of one day:

Archie McKellar (British)
Ronald Fairfax Hamlyn (British)
Antoni Głowacki (Polish)
Brian Carbury (New Zealand)
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,712
5 Oct 2018 #127
and you go back to cheating on exams and leeching off your daddy.
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,602
5 Oct 2018 #128
I thought you were going to stop replying? There seems to be a trend here with brits not keeping their word. Take some midol, relax then stop responding unless youre unable to.keep your word and have some sort of infatuation with my posts
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,712
5 Oct 2018 #129
whatever, I just had to get the dig in about cheating and leeching off your daddy. It's true isn't it? LOL

I don't need to take meds. Read my posts. They are not full of typo's and hate now are they? no. Now off you pop.
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,602
5 Oct 2018 #130
Lol cheating on exams and leeching off my dad tbats what youre going for? Really scraping the bottom of the barrel with material here. Yeah bc you know for a fact i cheat on tests. Fyi though theres no way to cheat on grad level exams nor the tests reauired to get into law medical or business school. And mooching off my dad? Thats funny. I paid my own way through school, pay my own bills and own my home. Dont be mad that i have a good relationship with my parents and help them run a business bringing in fat checks every few days all while working on my own things and going to school. Atleast i had a father figure in my life. Same cant be said for your kid. No surprise there as clearly you couldnt find a man to stand you for any extended period of time.

Now be gone!
johnny reb 20 | 4,515
5 Oct 2018 #131
Fyi though theres no way to cheat on grad level exams

Didn't you say you got extra points for claiming disability for your anxiety ?
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,602
5 Oct 2018 #132
You can get extra time on certain exams for claiming adhd, dyslexia etc for undergrad but not at grad level. I did that for act but they wont allow you to do that for gre/gmat. Thats not cheating. Cheating is copying answers, using notes not allowed, plagiarism, etc.
Rich Mazur 4 | 4,876
5 Oct 2018 #133
...and no extra time for being black, liberal, or a victim of rape? How insensitive!
Joker 1 | 1,400
11 Aug 2019 #134
No Matter how much we drive one another nuts, its the little things, like our shared interest in music that always brings us back:)

youtu.be/lSYFJB7o9ZQ

Into sanity
Rich Mazur 4 | 4,876
11 Aug 2019 #135
Good citizenship starts with hate of the ruling elites. They love theirs.
OP Miloslaw 6 | 3,184
11 Aug 2019 #136
Josef Frantisek(Czech)

He may have been Czech but he had Poles backing him up in his squadron.
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,602
12 Aug 2019 #137
Why is this thread being revived? The last 3 posts aren't about UK at all and the last post prior to that is almost a year old.

But now that it's open, we can share all the fun facts about the United Kaliphate such as sharia courts, thought crime cops, paki rape squads, Londonistan's mayor, professionals being fired because they believe in science namely biology, dudes getting investigated for "hate speech" because they liked a post, polish guy getting 8 years for meme'ing about prince coal burner, BoJo, the tiny likelihood of brexit actually going through, and many, many more.
Joker 1 | 1,400
12 Aug 2019 #138
investigated for "hate speech" because they liked a post,

It sounds like Big Brother is alive and well in the UK. I wouldn't want to be around all those muzzles either. They just took over Londonstian and the Brits don't have enough backbone or too embarrassed to address the problem.

That Queen and the rest of the Royals are totally worthless as well. They are some of the richest ppl on the planet and they don't do or say anything about all their problems. Why should they? They got it made it the shade from all the idiots throwing money at them.
Rich Mazur 4 | 4,876
12 Aug 2019 #139
That Queen and the rest of the Royals are totally worthless ....and they don't do or say anything about all their problems.

Because anybody can be a queen, even the dumbest broad with no skills, education, or point of view. The only requirement: the ability to smile and nod. That's what they got and are happy.

I wonder how she does not go crazy with all these hours and nothing to do. Can she go to the kitchen to make herself a couple of eggs and a toast?
Lyzko 25 | 7,425
12 Aug 2019 #140
Sounds a lot like Trump, minus the smile and nod:-)

To become leader of the free world, no test, qualifications or oversight. To become a barber in New York City, a grueling test, countless hours in the chair, and

periodic, "spot" checks by the owner.

In the US, you can be protected by a bad haircut, but not from a worse president!
LOL
Rich Mazur 4 | 4,876
12 Aug 2019 #141
To become leader of the free world

Please, don't use this term, as it simply stands for dumping on the US the responsibility for an irresponsible and weaselly Europe and being a dumb world cop for free.

If we demanded to be paid, plus profit, for that umbrella, we would be reminded about our stupidly self-imposed responsibility to be the leader of the free world a lot less often.
Joker 1 | 1,400
12 Aug 2019 #142
To become leader of the free world, no test, qualifications or oversight.

Get over the 2016 election already you big whiny snowflake! You sound just like another CNN parrot with absolutely nothing new to say at all...bla bla bla.

Trumps a racist and everything is his fault....waaaaaaaaa

What happened to all your collusion and obstruction??? LOL

Because anybody can be a queen,

True, she has German ancestry, she's not really British! LOL
Lyzko 25 | 7,425
12 Aug 2019 #143
Where d'y'all think the Anglo-Saxons came from in the first place, brainless?
Secondly, Jackie Mason thought of that line about haircuts, not yours truly!
At least give credit where it's due:-)


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