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Poland and France cultures are similar


Ironside 47 | 9,550
12 Aug 2009  #1
I find that French and Polish cultures are very similar.
What do you think?
PlasticPole 7 | 2,649
12 Aug 2009  #2
I don't know about cultures but their pasts are very different.
OP Ironside 47 | 9,550
12 Aug 2009  #3
Could you elaborate ?
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,449
12 Aug 2009  #4
The French claim the English eat to live, whilst they live to eat. Poles also tend to gourmandise and would do even more so if they could afford it.
mvefa 5 | 591
12 Aug 2009  #5
French are sophisticated in their behaviour
French are always thinkers, intelectuals
love cuisine
attentive to detail
very instructed

Polish can be friendly
Polish are in a transaccion period
Polish are still to have, sexual/racial revolution
PlasticPole 7 | 2,649
12 Aug 2009  #6
Could you elaborate ?

It's been elaborated. Did Poland ever try to take over Algeria?
OP Ironside 47 | 9,550
12 Aug 2009  #7
The treat is not about historical similarities or politics it is about cultural similarity.
Poles with education and culture before the war were using French at home as they second language - for example.
Algeria? We could try given a change in layout of the continent !
vetala - | 382
12 Aug 2009  #8
mvefa

Yes, we undestand that in your opinion French=100 times superior to Poles. As a Western European you are obviously also superior to Poles, therefore your opinion certainly would be very valuable to us if only we were evolved enough to understand it. Sadly, we're still too primitive to fully undestand our inferiority so I'm afraid that you won't find anyone in this forum who would give a ****.
mvefa 5 | 591
12 Aug 2009  #9
I do not think French are superior, i just listed the characteristics of both countries which i always come across...

You made a whole story out of it...

Put this in your mind: Nobody is better than anybody!
vetala - | 382
12 Aug 2009  #10
Oh reaaaallly?

French are always thinkers, intelectuals

Polish can be friendly

Now I suppose you're going to say that you didn't mean to make it sound this way, but you did - subconsciously or not, you do look down on us.
Noimmig - | 11
16 Aug 2009  #11
The poles and french both surrendered to the germans in WW2
vetala - | 382
17 Aug 2009  #12
As a matter of fact, Poles formally never surrendered
mvefa 5 | 591
17 Aug 2009  #13
subconsciously or not, you do look down on us.

Not really, im against all kind of superiority- feeling...but yeah i mean i have come across polish people who CAN BE friendly. but i have also come across who CAN BE a.s.s.ho.les..

Same for the French, they can be as d1cks as they want to...so stop complaining...nobody is looking down on you..at least not me...

Cheers

Make love, not forum war!
Mr Grunwald 19 | 1,541
17 Aug 2009  #14
The poles and french both surrendered to the germans in WW2

Yeah sure and Polish cavalry charges german Panzerkampfwagens with lances when they had anti-tank guns. They all pick strawberry's and can't shower and what else? Yes they steal also! Your information on moronic Germanic western propaganda is outstanding...

As a matter of fact, Poles formally never surrendered

Everyone who knows what to read and how knows that.

Polish are still to have, sexual/racial revolution

I am having problems with understanding racial revolution...
1. Poland as I remember didn't ever have slaves
2. Most Poles who think of Polish nationality thinks patriotic about it not nationalisticly
3. If you knew about all the small minorities that settled in Poland then you wouldn't have written it.
4. racial do you really mean human races and etc and that Poles should look upon Africans as human beeings and not dark skinned and about Asians as human beeings and not as muslim or yellow coloured? Sorry I am no communist I don't think every human is IDENTICAL everyone is different even the few Luxembourgers are different! Everyone is different! Either it be skin, religion, tounge or manners. Everyone is different so get a grip!
mvefa 5 | 591
17 Aug 2009  #15
What i meant with Racial revolution (maybe wrong term) was the inmigration wave we have had in the west, having minorities from other countries.etc, etc

Therefore that we do not have the bashing of africans or such, like happens in Russia, Ukraine and a bit in Poland...thats what i intended to say.

And everyone is different, overunderstood, but we all human beings at the end!!!

get a grip of that!
Noimmig - | 11
17 Aug 2009  #16
As a matter of fact, Poles formally never surrendered

It does not matter at all, poland surrendered to the germans this is a matter of fact. Poland was invaded, crushed and occupied by the germans. As was france (who had a far greater and stronger army than poland).
Mr Grunwald 19 | 1,541
17 Aug 2009  #17
The fact is POLAND did NOT surrender! It continued her struggle!
France capitulated!
The mistake is that everyone is thinking that the surrender of Warsaw is the surrender of Poland...

The army didn't get crushed by the Germans alone and about crushing. how come that not even half of the Polish army died or surrendered? Crushing victory hard to say
Lodz_The_Boat 32 | 1,535
17 Aug 2009  #18
I like France. Such a beautiful place. I wish we always keep having stronger and more stronger relations :)
TheOther 5 | 3,606
17 Aug 2009  #19
The army didn't get crushed by the Germans alone

Poland was defeated, destroyed, humiliated, whatever you want to call it. What does it matter by whom?
Mr Grunwald 19 | 1,541
17 Aug 2009  #20
Humiliated is your term, and yes it matters to me!
TheOther 5 | 3,606
17 Aug 2009  #21
yes it matters to me

In what way? Do you feel better if you can say "not only the Germans occupied my country and killed my folk, but the Russians did, too?". The outcome is the same, no matter what. I don't get it, sorry.
Mr Grunwald 19 | 1,541
17 Aug 2009  #22
It means that it wasn't a fair fight, not a one vs one (it was even 3 vs one)
It means that if it was anyone in the world nobody would stand against it unless you had god powers or something. and that is my point! That Poland itself is blameless for what happened becaouse then the theory of communist Poles that it was all becaouse of the government at that time won't count!
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,708
17 Aug 2009  #23
Your information on moronic Germanic western propaganda is outstanding...

You start to sound like Crowie...get a grip man!
TheOther 5 | 3,606
17 Aug 2009  #24
it was even 3 vs one

Who was the third one?

That Poland itself is blameless for what happened

That Poland got attacked is not the country's fault, of course not.

...then the theory of communist Poles that it was all becaouse of the government at that time

You're telling me that the Polish communists after the war argued that the attack on Poland was the fault of the pre-war government? Do you have links? I never heard about that.
Mr Grunwald 19 | 1,541
17 Aug 2009  #25
That Poland got attacked is not the country's fault, of course not.

Thank you, if you didn't know it is a very important question among Poles.

You start to sound like Crowie...get a grip man!

Well sorry but that is reality, among people my friend who ordered a new computer from germany got the news that it will take twice more time before it comes to Norway becaouse of safety regulations if the transport was done by Poles....

It is a fact it's not my fault!

Who was the third one?

Nazi controlled Slovakia

You're telling me that the Polish communists after the war argued that the attack on Poland was the fault of the pre-war government? Do you have links? I never heard about that.

Sorry I don't have links my source is my grandmother, and if it is any sources on the internet it is most likely written in Polish.

Tho I can try to find it somewhere
Wroclaw Boy
17 Aug 2009  #26
French are sophisticated in their behaviour
French are always thinkers, intelectuals
love cuisine
attentive to detail
very instructed

Yeh right. Were all intelectuals mate didnt you know?

Cuisine is fairly accurate.

Attension to detail, fcuk off

Instructed to yield to the Nazi's may be what else?

The Polish similar to the French do me a favour, if Poland had a liking to any country for me it would be the States.
Noimmig - | 11
17 Aug 2009  #27
The fact is POLAND did NOT surrender! It continued her struggle!
France capitulated!
The mistake is that everyone is thinking that the surrender of Warsaw is the surrender of Poland...

The army didn't get crushed by the Germans alone and about crushing. how come that not even half of the Polish army died or surrendered? Crushing victory hard to say

you cannot be serious ?

what air, sea and land campaigns did you wage after the surrender of warsaw?. I find it interesting that the germans built many concentration camps all over poland and systematically sent jews and other "undesirables" there in there millions, all the while you were fighting them ?

stop talking ****, the polish army were utterly annihilated by the germans. And they were defeated because polands army weas weak, ill equipped and were fighting with world war one tactics.

to say that poland as a united country were fighting the germans after 1939 is laughable. You were fighting in fractured units as resistance, that is all.
OP Ironside 47 | 9,550
17 Aug 2009  #28
The

Don't feed a troll !
nomi should be ignored.....or you have a chance to meet him personally, tell him :
youtube.com/watch?v=H_TPZ4299-g
ragtime27 1 | 146
18 Aug 2009  #29
I find that French and Polish cultures are very similar.

can you elaborate please

I speak the lingo,My dad was an attache to France for a while and I'm struggling to pinpoint the similarity except they share few similar words which helpful in my case.
rock - | 460
18 Aug 2009  #30
I speak the lingo,My dad was an attache to France for a while

What do you think about France as an Algerian ?


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