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Joker 1 | 829    
  17 Jan 2019  #91
guy was bragging about staying in a 5 star hote

ooohhh hes big time now:)

an achievement in luxury of an expat English teacher

If he worked in the UK most of his life, then he should have a decent pension?

Polish teachers make peanuts and usually have a 2nd job, just enough rent a basement or caravan.
MoOli 9 | 545    :-(
  17 Jan 2019  #92
lol guess he liked Polish Roosters* not to mention a chain smoker like a old steam engine and hunch back looking like Quasimodo.They know my id still can you believe they offered Dirk 10k Pln to get close to me lol?Dirk pisses on 10k Pln.
Lyzko 17 | 5,476    
17 Jan 2019  #93
I somehow don't think he is saying that, if you read the post a bit more carefully.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,660    
  18 Jan 2019  #94
So what you're saying is that nearly half of all Poles are as leftist as the people who vote Democrat in America? That's quite disheartening if true.

I doubt we can compare european and USian political leanings. I don't think the Dems are generally leftwing...there are leftleaning groups inside for sure...but not the party generally. Neither are the Republicans all right wingers, the Tea Party movement was only ever a part of it, never the whole party.

The problem is that the US is mainly a two-party-country. Meaning ALL colors of political life somewhat gather in those two parties. There is no clear grouping as in european politics where exists so many different parties for every color.

So as Trump thought he wanted to become involved in politics he tried his hand first with the Dems and then later did change over to the Reps because he found it there easier. In Europe Trump wouldn't had needed to take over one of the two big parties...he would had founded probably his very own party.
TheOther 5 | 3,704    
18 Jan 2019  #95
I don't think the Dems are generally leftwing

The Dems in the U.S. are comparable to the FDP in Germany. Don't believe the BS that's coming from some Americans here who call the Democrats "socialists". They have no clue what they are talking about.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,660    
  18 Jan 2019  #96
But someone like Bernie Sanders is member of the DEMS...thats what I meant...FDP AND self declared socialists in the same party...in Germany not possible!
TheOther 5 | 3,704    
18 Jan 2019  #97
Yeah, but Sanders is only a silly old geezer. Like Corbyn in the U.K..
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,660    
  18 Jan 2019  #98
...powerful silly old geezers who rule over their adoring masses!
Rich Mazur 5 | 2,582    
18 Jan 2019  #99
Don't believe the BS that's coming from some Americans here who call the Democrats "socialists".

The BS is coming from you.
The Democrats (all of them) voted for the Obongocare as a tactical move. Their final solution has always been a socialistic, single-payer Euro system.
As one of those "Americans here", I never called them "socialists". They are thugs, communists, America-haters, globalists, open-border a**holes, but not "socialists".
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,660    
18 Jan 2019  #100
That interests me....didn't all Reps later vote for Trump too (no matter their misgivings?)

Question: What do you think of this two-party system? Do you think it's democratic enough?
Rich Mazur 5 | 2,582    
18 Jan 2019  #101
That interests me....didn't all Reps later vote for Trump too (no matter their misgivings?)

I wrote "all of them" to prevent this kind of strawman response: Not all Democrats are socialists. In that case, it was all of them. Dems or Reps voting 100% as a block is not a problem. It's what they want that is.

What do you think of this two-party system? Do you think it's democratic enough?

I hate it. Again, not that there are only two parties. It's how these two corrupt groups got to the point that it is next to impossible for any third party to be seated and be viable. That in a country that has 17 religions. Actually, I don't know how many, but you get my point.

If you think "corruption" think the US. As with other things, even corruption is the biggest and the best in "America". I remember the elections in the USSR and Poland with those enviable 99% results splattered on the front pages the day after.

Guess what. The re-election rate among those who want to be re-elected in this "democratic" paradise and the land of the free is 96%. Looks familiar?

I summarized my views on this subject in an article that would not fit here. If you want me to make it available to you, send me a PM.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,660    
18 Jan 2019  #102
Actually, I don't know how many, but you get my point.

I get it, and I agree...
TheOther 5 | 3,704    
18 Jan 2019  #103
The Democrats (all of them) voted for the Obongocare as a tactical move.

Is that right. May I remind you of the hundreds of Republican amendments during the ACA's markup in the Senate Committee for Health, Education, Labor and Pensions?

They are ... communists

I doubt that you know what communism is. Hint: affordable healthcare for all is not.
Rich Mazur 5 | 2,582    
18 Jan 2019  #104
Hint: Obongo's ACA is not affordable and deliberately so. The premiums went way up high and the deductibles - higher.
I have no time to get the exact numbers, and they vary depending on the location, but one thing is certain: they didn't go down as he repeatedly lied that they would.

The deviousness of ACA and Obongo's is the it was designed to fail to pave the way for that marvel of socialized medicine as practiced in Canada and the UK.

Did you know that I can be seen by a cardiologist for a routine and elective exam in about a week, sometimes even sooner?
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,660    
18 Jan 2019  #105
Well...I'm not a communist but I too think healthcare should be affordable for all...In most european countries it works. What makes the US so different?
Rich Mazur 5 | 2,582    
  18 Jan 2019  #106
Good question deserving a good answer without slogans and one-liners. There are so many moving parts in the American model that it is hard for me to name one major reason. Personally, my view is skewed by the fact that, as a retired person, I am on Medicare - a perfect hybrid of the government as a payer and the private doctors and hospitals as the delivery system. Hugely different from the VA. I don't expect you to know the details, so just take it from me that I am very satisfied.

For now, let me just say that a universal coverage for all and open borders just can't coexist for the reasons so obvious that no explanation is needed. Those new "revolutionaries" of the Dem party who want both are just plain idiots, or, at best, children with arrested development.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,660    
  18 Jan 2019  #107
Okay...so there IS some kind of healthcare that is affordable and works!

In Germany sometimes it seems (through the media) as if in the US anybody not super rich is left to fend for himself...and if he get's sick he either pays thousands of dollars or has to suffer. (A nightmare for most Germans who wouldn't be able to pay thousands of Euros on the fly).

A really bleak image, I'm glad to hear that isn't so.
TheOther 5 | 3,704    
18 Jan 2019  #108
Okay...so there IS some kind of healthcare that is affordable and works!

If you are retired, yes. Until the Republicans will decide that Medicare is "socialism" and replace it with a privatized voucher system. There are ongoing discussions about this. You are so lucky that you are living in Germany, my friend.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,660    
  18 Jan 2019  #109
Yeah...I lucked out I guess! :)

But I have a few dreary years growing up to compensate though...
TheOther 5 | 3,704    
  18 Jan 2019  #110
But then, you had the best party ever after they opened the border on Nov. 9th. I was lucky enough to be in Berlin that evening, and I can't remember how I got home after far too many bottles of champagne (not the French variety, of course). Very moving moment in history. Everybody was crying.
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,660    
18 Jan 2019  #111
But then, you had the best party ever after they opened the border on Nov. 9th.

Definitely!

*tries to imagine it the other way around with a wall closing*

*shudders*

jon357 65 | 13,988    
  18 Jan 2019  #112
in Warsaw,when Harry and Jon tried to crash in a business mixer looking for me,

Why would anyone 'look for' someone like that? Most people go out of their way to avoid him..,,,

bragging about staying in a 5 star hotel(a

Reslly? No, not really. In your mind, such as it is.

Fun to sit back and watch certain problems off-forum that he's about to face...
MoOli 9 | 545    :-(
18 Jan 2019  #113
Why would anyone 'look for' someone like that?

lol and you would know the answer better then me.
And reslly*,is that some kind of threat(or a wet fart) like Blanky was giving out here?Atleast I do what I say.Please do post ON-forum what certain problems HE is facing and don't forget to mention the consequences lol:)How long will we know about them> a week,months,years please don't take decades, as some AIDS patients will not live to watch lol.
delphiandomine 85 | 17,265    
  18 Jan 2019  #114
Fun to sit back and watch certain problems off-forum that he's about to face...

It's great fun. Amazing how easy it was to find out about his problems, wasn't it?
johnny reb 16 | 3,391    
  18 Jan 2019  #115
Oh shut up !
Here we go again................
the little coward who shows up at a fist fight and stands in the back row of the crowd yelling, hit him - hit him !

You know, the agitator and BAITER is the one that needs the black eyes to cool the situation instead of escalating it with his punk ass mouth.
Intermarium 12 | 68    
  18 Jan 2019  #116
Most of the conversation revolving around the comparison of the healthcare systems of different countries is focused solely on the costs, and not on the quality.

The care that I received at US doctors and hospitals paying out of pocket was far better than what I have received in Germany. German doctors very often do not keep up with the current research in their fields and expect patients to accept them as an absolute authority.

For example, my wife had a seizure a few years ago in Germany requiring a hospital stay of a few days. After a few tests, they released her without explaining what caused it.

To be on the safe side, we had her visit a neurologist in the US, who was shocked to hear that the German doctors and neurologist didn't do any testing of the thyroid levels, which is linked to seizures. Back in Germany, we confronted the neurologist with this information and it became clear he was several years behind the newest research in his own field. But hey, at least the appointment was free.
Slavictor 10 | 247    
18 Jan 2019  #117
Merged:

Cultural Marxism Literally Infects Polish Leftist Women



(Older news I know, but good thread at the link.)

HIV positive African Simon Mol slept with over 300 Polish women. Many of them were activists in Poland's human rights and antifa movements. It appears Simon infected several of the women in 2006 when organizing the anti-racist(chuckle) "Music against Intolerance and Violence" festival. Simon picked up many of these "white mice" as he called them, from the liberal 'Warsaw Circle', where he found "sensitive, and adoring women who believed they were doing their duty towards political correctness by helping the poor refugee." One of these women later came forward and stated Simon told her that asking him to wear a condom was racist.

twitter.com/moldbugman/status/1085552242512412672

Always remember who infected the West with cultural marxism.
delphiandomine 85 | 17,265    
  18 Jan 2019  #118
in 2006

One can only wonder why you're bringing this up today.

Anything to do with the fact that you also spend your time praising Russia and praising Germans who want to annex part of Poland?
Lyzko 17 | 5,476    
18 Jan 2019  #119
Interesting, Intermarium!

Your complaints are similar to my experiences with doctors here in the US.
TheOther 5 | 3,704    
  18 Jan 2019  #120
The care that I received at US doctors and hospitals paying out of pocket was far better than what I have received in Germany

When you walk into an American ER as a foreigner, the first thing they'll ask you for is your credit card or how you plan to pay for the service. After that they'll run every test under the sun on you (necessary or not) and rip you off, because our healthcare system is for profit. Same thing would be true for doctor visits, but since you won't get a same day appointment anyway, they'll send you to some immediate care unit where a registered nurse (not a doctor) will take care of you. They will run every test under the sun ... rinse, repeat. You only think you get better care, but in reality they simply empty your pockets (or those of your travel insurance).


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