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Fake social accounts in a "Polish troll farm"


Miloslaw 6 | 3,027
2 Nov 2019 #31
I hope I have cleared that misunderstanding at least on PF - once and for all

And that is the point.
You have not cleared it up at all, just confused it even more.
Whilst I agree with everything you say about moral responsibility.
It just does not link up with what Jesus said at all.
How can you support your point of view, which I agree with, with what Jesus preached?
johnny reb 27 | 4,571
3 Nov 2019 #32
It just does not link up with what Jesus said at all.

Jesus knows that we are all sinners.
When Jesus said, "turn the other cheek" ......I interpret that as He was talking about turning it to other Believers.
Non Believers are fair game to smite, especially when they attack you or your Christian beliefs.

I hope I have cleared that misunderstanding at least on PF - once and for all.

Oh hell no, impossible because of so many personal beliefs when it comes to Christianity and religions.
Add that to the lost souls here that are blinder then bats with big mouths who like to mock Christianity.....it just will never happen.

Say 'Jesus Christ' is my personal Savior to them and they get most defensive.
cms neuf - | 1,739
3 Nov 2019 #33
Why then didn't he say "turn the other cheek to other believers" ?

That would have cleared up any confusion
johnny reb 27 | 4,571
3 Nov 2019 #34
That is a good question for your priest after you attend mass this morning to clear up your confusion.
delphiandomine 85 | 18,254
3 Nov 2019 #35
Non Believers are fair game to smite

Yet whenever the same happens to you, you go running and begging mods for warnings, suspensions and more.
Ironside 49 | 10,459
3 Nov 2019 #36
How can you support your point of view,

It is not MY point of view. It is an official Catholic point of view.
Helping people in need according to your ability even if they repay you with ingratitude - just a one example of turning the other cheek. Don't be putted off from helping by ingrates and as--holes. That is about it.

Not about response to violence' or an attack. No way. If someone attack you you have the right to self -defence. That is a given. On the other hand if someone insult you, you just suppose to take it. I'm not good at that thought.
johnny reb 27 | 4,571
3 Nov 2019 #37
you go running and begging mods for warnings, suspensions and more.

That very rich coming from a member with the nick of "Apollo Snitch".
I'm glad that you are aware however of just how thin of ice you are on and won't be surprised when you get your next suspension.

In fact you should get a warning for targeting me in your above post with a Trolling warning since you are the "aggressor" AGAIN.
delphiandomine 85 | 18,254
3 Nov 2019 #38
Oh look, crying and whining yet again while begging the mods for help.

Have you considered that they simply couldn't care less about your constant whining and complaining?
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,528
3 Nov 2019 #39
On the other hand if someone insult you, you just suppose to take it. I'm not good at that thought.

Private insults can be tolerated. Public - never. Especially in front of the man's wife. If she is normal, she never wants a public confrontation. But she will remember how her man and protector turned tail and was humiliated.
johnny reb 27 | 4,571
3 Nov 2019 #40
Private insults can be tolerated. Public - never.

Sure they can, just consider the source.
Like with Apollo Snitch, everyone knows he has mental bi polar issues so his insults become meaningless and in fact quite humorous sometimes.
That smell that Ptak1 described that follows Apollo though is overbearing. P U !
Miloslaw 6 | 3,027
3 Nov 2019 #41
When Jesus said, "turn the other cheek" ......I interpret that as He was talking about turning it to other Believers

That is the problem with all religion.People interpret it as it suits them.
Doesn't make it right, true or real.

No way. If someone attack you you have the right to self -defence

I agree.
So Jesus was wrong.... just a hippy....
Chemikiem 6 | 2,248
3 Nov 2019 #42
You want me to post them again?

If, as you keep saying, the people posting here are nothing more than lines/pixels on a monitor to you, why did you feel the need to post those 'documents' to try to prove who you are in the first place? You felt you had to prove yourself to a bunch of a-holes as you are so fond of calling the people here?
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,528
3 Nov 2019 #43
Excellent question that calls for an equally excellent answer. Here it is.
I posted those documents to get as sense of who I am dealing with and the degree of their as*holism. If my two passports, my diploma, my birth certificate, and the book I translated are not enough to prove my identity and nationality, then nothing will ever register in their as*holish heads. Ever.

That convinced me that I am dealing here with what I classify as super morons.
Would you want me to name names? One of them your female friend.
johnny reb 27 | 4,571
3 Nov 2019 #44
So Jesus was wrong.... just a hippy....

Add that to the lost souls here that are blinder then bats with big mouths who like to mock Christianity.....it just will never happen.

I rest my case.
Chemikiem 6 | 2,248
4 Nov 2019 #45
as sense of who I am dealing with and the degree of their as*holism.

Sorry, but that doesn't really wash. Normal people do not upload their personal documents on an internet forum just because of accusations of being a troll. If you are who you say you are, then there really wouldn't be any need to do that. In all the years I've been on PF, no-one other than you has uploaded their ID.

I don't personally believe you are a Russian troll, but you've got more leaks than the Titanic.
Your every post is inflammatory and designed to sow discord, exactly what trolls do, paid or otherwise.

For me, the giveaway is your Polish language. I would expect that if you hadn't used it for the best part of fifty years, it would be rusty, but you supposedly got an engineering degree whilst living in Warsaw. To study at that level would require Polish language skills far beyond basic level, and technical terms to boot. You don't 'forget' that much of your native language to make the kind of mistakes you make when you post in Polish here.

I'm not one for conspiracy theories either, but it does seem strange that the Polish scientist Ziemowit mentioned, Marian Mazur, was born in the same town you claim to be from, Radom, attended the same University, and graduated with the exact same degree you claim to have.

To sum up, I believe your story about as much as I believe that Johnny is a Christian :D
johnny reb 27 | 4,571
4 Nov 2019 #46
I believe that Johnny is a Christian :D

Thank you for the compliment Pam.
That was very nice of you. ;-)
Ziemowit 13 | 4,101
4 Nov 2019 #47
If you are who you say you are, then there really wouldn't be any need to do that.

Maybe it is because he's been trying to make people believe he is whom he is not?
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,528
4 Nov 2019 #48
Normal people do not upload their personal documents

Normal people do not question what others are without a valid reason. You are just another example of a mental defect so prevalent among Poles - always suspicious and always curious what's in the package or under the rock.

For better or worse, I posted my personal ID's, my diploma and my birth certificate AFTER the morons here claimed - without any evidence or basis - that I am not even Polish, like being Polish is some big deal. It's not. In fact, in Chicago, it's best not to admit it. Here, Poles are a dime a dozen and are known to be thieves, drunks, and mindless Democrats.

My "trolling" is nothing compared to the reaction I got when I wrote that I didn't like anything about Poland then and now. And that Polish language sucks. That was a blasphemy that could not go unpunished. Hence, all those "I don't believe you", including yours.

My experiment here confirmed one more time the wisdom of leaving Poland and never going there again.

To study at that level would require Polish language skills far beyond basic level, and technical terms to boot.

Now, how would I be able to find this googling?:

primo-48tuw.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/primo-explore/search?query=any,contains,Julius%20T%20Tou&tab=default_tab&search_scope=primo_all_scope&sortby=date&vid=48TUW_VIEW&facet=frbrgroupid,include,850951326&lang=en_US&mode=basic&offset=0

I wouldn't. Neither could you. Did you notice that Ryszard Mazur (Tł.) and 1967? Yes, I was and still am that good. No, I didn't spend one hour in a classroom studying English. I got this job because of my father's connections he developed as an author.

Still some moron here immediately claimed after I posted that link a while back that the real translator of the same name and I conspired.

It does not get any more idiotic. Or Polish.
johnny reb 27 | 4,571
4 Nov 2019 #49
You are just another example of a mental defect so prevalent among Poles -

She is as British as they come Rich.

a mental defect so prevalent among Poles - always suspicious and always curious what's in the package

I can't stop laughing on that one.
Once I ordered a pair of boots and had them delivered to my Polish grandmothers house because she was always home and was there to sign for them.

I did not tell her what was coming just that a box would be arriving with my name on it.
When I went to pick the box up she was grinning and said, "I bet there is a pair of green boots in there".
I looked to see if my packaged box had been opened and it was perfectly taped back shut. lmfao !

It does not get any more idiotic. Or Polish.

You nailed that one buddy, definitely a Polish trait........"I want to know that's why !"
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,528
4 Nov 2019 #50
She is as British as they come Rich.

I didn't claim that mental defects are exclusive to Poles.

Every time I read about the craziness in the UK, I wonder why the US spent one life and one dollar defending them just to see them today in a full suicide mode. Or acting like total morons.

Just read that some woman was fired because she had the balls to say that only a woman can be pregnant and deliver a baby. That's what so many Americans died for way back and are now ready to die for today.

Memo to Putin: In your spare, take the UK and you will do them a favor.

I have the same problem with my very Polish wife. When the doorbell rings, she would always runs to the door. Same with the phone. To which I tell her that not to ever open it. Ever. Decent people don't come unannounced. UPS and Fedex are easy to tell - there is a truck up front.

The rest of the world's humanity, including the little girls selling cookies, can go to hell.
TheOther 6 | 3,818
4 Nov 2019 #51
Decent people don't come unannounced.

Close friends are always welcome to stop by unannounced. Do you have friends?
johnny reb 27 | 4,571
4 Nov 2019 #52
Maybe at your house but certainly not mine.
My close friends have etiquette and always call me before they stop by.
It is very rude to stop by unannounced and that includes family or close friends.
Lenka 3 | 2,069
4 Nov 2019 #53
Friends and family are always welcome. My brother drops by for coffee everytime he has things to do close by which is few times a week. My friends know they can ring the bell when they have time to spare.

The only time a phone call is needed is if it's a bigger party coming or for a longer time.
Miloslaw 6 | 3,027
4 Nov 2019 #54
I find this topic quite fascinating.
I am used to both cultures and can see advantages and disadvantages of both.
How do you feel about strangers coming up to you and starting a chat?
In London that is largely a no no.
In Liverpool, for example, it is normal.
kaprys 3 | 2,439
4 Nov 2019 #55
@Miloslaw
It happened to me much more often in London than in Poland. But I 've never been to Liverpool.
Miloslaw 6 | 3,027
4 Nov 2019 #56
It happened to me much more often in London than in Poland

I can believe that.
Poles can be even more insular than Londoners :-)
But I bet that half of the people that approached you in London were what we call "nutters" and the other half were just lonely......
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,528
4 Nov 2019 #57
It is very rude to stop by unannounced and that includes family or close friends.

One of the differences between men and women is their reaction to phone calls and mail. No calls, no mail means a good day to a guy.
TheOther 6 | 3,818
5 Nov 2019 #58
Friends and family are always welcome.

Same here. I don't find it rude at all when they show up unannounced. It's actually a nice surprise and I enjoy it.

My close friends have etiquette

Nothing to do with etiquette. You are either open to the idea of surprise visits or you're not.
johnny reb 27 | 4,571
5 Nov 2019 #59
Nothing to do with etiquette.

Sure it does, either you've been brought up with proper manners or you haven't.
If you haven't then you don't know any better which just makes you ignorant.
And the real ignorant ones show up with three or four hungry kids and a dog that craps on your front lawn.
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,528
5 Nov 2019 #60
Sure it does, either you've been brought up with proper manners or you haven't.

It's the same with walking up to a friend and his wife in a restaurant and asking if you can join. Even walking up to say hi is almost just as bad because it compels a reaction, and, in most cases, it would be "would you like to join us" without actually meaning it.

A nod from a distance is all that's allowed. If the guy wants you to join, he will say so. Otherwise, stay away.


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