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im a true polish patriot


GrzegorzK
31 May 2011 #1
Ive noticed theres a lot of Anti Polish people on this forum. Not me. Im a true, 100%, polish patriot - my father and grandfather fought to liberate poland in 1945 and then they helped to rebuild the country. We left before Solidarity ruined the country with their socialism.

Mother tells me that she used to report Anti Polish traitors to the government because they were hurting our country.
Zman
31 May 2011 #2
I am glad you no longer live in PL, we do not need such pseudopatriots who insult everyone around.
wildrover 98 | 4,451
31 May 2011 #3
Mother tells me that she used to report Anti Polish traitors to the government because they were hurting our country.

Did anyone die as a result of this , or did they just get thrown in jail and beaten up a lot....?
David_18 68 | 982
31 May 2011 #4
Mother tells me that she used to report Anti Polish traitors to the government because they were hurting our country.

Wait wait... Did your mother inform the communist party about "anti polish traitors"?

If thats the case i hope she burns in hell.
wildrover 98 | 4,451
31 May 2011 #5
Its a troll...just trying to stir people up....

I doubt he knows who is mother or father is....
alexw68
31 May 2011 #6
Mother tells me that she used to report Anti Polish traitors to the government because they were hurting our country.

That's what all Mums say when they want you to eat your greens and wash behind your ears. Bet she still irons your underpants, though.
EdWilczynski
31 May 2011 #7
Mother tells me that she used to report Anti Polish traitors to the government because they were hurting our country.

ATTENTION WH0RE ALERT!!!
OP GrzegorzK
31 May 2011 #8
I dont know what your problem is. people like us make poland great, not you.

my father used to find such Anti Polish Traitors and deal with them.
milky 13 | 1,657
31 May 2011 #9
and what makes you a Patriot?
OP GrzegorzK
31 May 2011 #10
We send cash to poland every year with clothes and stuff.

my father defended poland like a True Polish Patriot for many years. we stopped bad things happening to our country.
JonnyM 11 | 2,621
31 May 2011 #11
We send cash to poland every year with clothes and stuff.

There are shopping malls all over Poland and PL is at the high end of being a middle-income country, so forget the sh1tty Chinese-made-American 'clothes'. Keep sending the cash though; people can spend it at TK Maxx, Peek & Cloppenburg or even Starbucks.

Doesn't make you any sort of patriot though.
milky 13 | 1,657
31 May 2011 #12
ok your my hero,,will you post a picture so I can put it on my wall and I will tell all my visitors that you are a hero of heroes.
wildrover 98 | 4,451
31 May 2011 #13
I bet he is not even Polish.....???
OP GrzegorzK
31 May 2011 #14
There are shopping malls all over Poland and PL is at the high end of being a middle-income country, so forget the sh1tty Chinese-made-American 'clothes'. Keep sending the cash though; people can spend it at TK Maxx, Pek & Cloppenburg or Starbucks.

we also send many american things like peanut butter and maple syrup. my relatives say you cant get these things in poland.
JonnyM 11 | 2,621
31 May 2011 #15
Your relatives are either lying or live in the boondocks. Every large supermarket has both.
Antek_Stalich 5 | 997
31 May 2011 #16
peanut butter and maple syrup. my relatives say you cant get these things in poland.

They've been cheating you, for how long? Poland peanut butter.

I had to look to my fridge to make sure. (Photo taken 5 minutes ago).
Koala 1 | 332
31 May 2011 #17
I think he confused North Pole with Poland.
ukpolska
31 May 2011 #18
we also send many american things like peanut butter and maple syrup. my relatives say you cant get these things in poland.

OMG, have you ever been to Poland as that sounds so condescending!

True Polish Patriot for many years

Many Polish would say the true Polish heroes were the ones who stayed and fought for Poland's independence, not the one's that ran away to America and got fat on peanut butter and maple syrup.
Harry
31 May 2011 #19
Gentlemen: please do not feed the troll.
ukpolska
31 May 2011 #21
Gentlemen: please do not feed the troll.

Board with no work to do at the moment so was just practising and it is off to random chat soon anyway ;0)
OP GrzegorzK
31 May 2011 #22
you guys are just jealous, that's what it is.

True Polish people like myself have no problems with sending a few bucks to our relatives. my uncle was a police commander for many years and was paid barely anything. he now has to live on a pension of 1200zl a month because the government took some of it away.
Antek_Stalich 5 | 997
31 May 2011 #23
I can share the peanut butter with you, wanna some?
EdWilczynski
31 May 2011 #24
GrzegorzK: peanut butter and maple syrup. my relatives say you cant get these things in poland.
They've been cheating you, for how long?

I had to look to my fridge to make sure. (Photo taken 5 minutes ago).

I just spat coffee all over my screen I laughed so much.
JonnyM 11 | 2,621
31 May 2011 #25
he now has to live on a pension of 1200zl a month because the government took some of it away.

Stop trolling. We all know about the pensions reduction. Didn't happen to 'police commanders' though. Just spooks.
sobieski 107 | 2,128
31 May 2011 #26
Im a true, 100%, polish patriot - my father and grandfather fought to liberate poland in 1945 and then they helped to rebuild the country

How do you define "a Polish patriot" ? If tour family fought in 1945 and then helped to rebuild the country, they were most likely witg Berling's AL outfit ?
Havok 10 | 912
31 May 2011 #27
Mother tells me that she used to report Anti Polish traitors to the government because they were hurting our country.

Your mom was reporting people to the soviet run Polish government... OMFG and you don't see anything wrong with that? lol.

Can you please give us some examples of what your Mother considered to be a treachery and anti-Polish?
Maaarysia
31 May 2011 #28
Havok, he can't read it since he's unregistered user.
Antek_Stalich 5 | 997
31 May 2011 #29
Is Off-Topic invisible to unregistered users, Marysia? I didn't know.
Funny thing: An unregistered users creates havoc then the thread is moved to off-topic, the troll cannot read it anymore but we, registered users still can see the garbage. Totally strange to me.
Maaarysia
31 May 2011 #30
Funny thing: An unregistered users creates havoc then the thread is moved to off-topic, the troll cannot read it anymore but we, registered users still can see the garbage. Totally strange to me.

Probably a moderator forgot that's a thread by a anonimous user, didn't want to bother to remove each post to bin so decided to move it to off topic section.


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