it doesn't make it right....
Yes, I am looking for usages of occupant in WW2 context and it only applies to photos from occupied Poland - they have been dubbed so by Polish authors. So, thank you very much for this education - it is really appreciated.
If that`s the case, let`s talk more about PiS as occupiers of Poland.
I read all articles related to education in Poland. I ran into a long informative one - it mentions many issues but the one which drew my attention is that PiS is deepening the unequalities among Polish students when their access to good education is concerned. How? For the few past years, PiS has been reducing the state education subsidy which is paid to local governments for the maintanance of schools and for teachers` salaries. Wealthy regions, especially in big cities or close to prospering industrial facilities, are still able to cope with the reduction - they have money to attract good teachers and develop facilities and educational resources. . But countryside/small town areas don`t have this money and the education there is gradually going to the dogs. Students who receive lousy education today will have serious problems in taking advantage of all opportunities in the same way as their better educated peers. With unfair access to education, the country will become an easy prey to harmful class divisions. Relations between people from different regions and with defferent education will be marked by unneccassary tensions and lack of understanding.
Yes, but isn`t it what PiS has always been trying to achieve: divide and rule the divided nation??
We must get united again, like in communist times, when Poles rose against their oppressors in 1980 and created Solidarity!!
Down with evil occupiers of Poland! Down with PiS!!
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