Now he arrested an oppositionist on a Polish plane in Petersburg.
He wouldn't have to do this if his people still love him so much, wouldn't he!
Not to mention that politicians generally shouldn't be "loved" and "adored", they need to be criticized and mocked (and fired if they do a bad job).
They are OUR servants, not the other way around!
Is it a German word?
Jewish...some of the best german words are jewish...my other favourite: Mischpoke! Heh:)
but as a percentage it is still lower than is the case with Poland's population.
I think that has alot to do with the freedoms of travel and work inside the EU for Poles since accession....for Russians it's alot more difficult to just pack their bags and look for better shores!
I could imagine should Russia become EU member it would open the gates...