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Britain... What the Poles did for us.


TIT 5 | 211
1 Mar 2010 #331
Legal according to who? You seem to forget that the head of the Polish Government in Exile, Stanisław Mikołajczyk, considered the government in Poland to be the legal government and that is why the London Poles replaced him as Prime Minister of the govt in exile.

Can you state the quote?
Nothing like that appears in 'The Pattern of Soviet Domination' by Stanislaw Mikolajczyk, London, Sampson Low, Marston & Co.,Ltd. 1948.
ZIMMY 6 | 1,601
1 Mar 2010 #332
the Provisional Government of National Unity?

By mid July 1945, the U.S. and Britain withdrew their support of the Polish Government in Exile. That was a very major blow to freedom seeking Poles.

By the end of the following year communists controlled 90 percent of Polish industry; thanks to cousin Churchill, lame president Roosevelt and most of all to Uncle Joe.

Not much anybody could do at that point as the previous years took their toll on ordinary Poles who were barely surviving.

the cowards in London chose to not put their own yellow hides at risk shows which government the really Polish people were in in 1946.

Real cowardice occurred in Teheran and Yalta. Expecting Poles in exile to overcome Stalin's armies when the British and Americans dared not (to) are the ravings of someone who is 'not quite there'.
marqoz - | 195
1 Mar 2010 #333
I would say from discussions with quite a few Poles that there is an imperialistic streak in them. The way they describe old efforts in Lithuania and Ukraine makes me wonder.

It's difficult to explain cause I don't know who you are. If you're an Irish, I do understand why you didn't.

But in case you're a proud Englishman you could recall Wales, Scotland, Ireland (yes), not forgetting about Jersey, Guernsey et al., Gibraltar, Malta, Cyprus, Ionian Is., half of Africa, Arabian Coast (I'd prefer to omit Palestine for security reasons), 3 Indias, Ceylon, Burma, Malayas, Hong-Kong, King-Kong and some thousand isles more.

Poles were more docile. They just wanted to build some houses, sow some wheat and sell it to lackland Britons and Dutch.
TIT 5 | 211
1 Mar 2010 #334
back cover of his book, the real touch of history



marqoz - | 195
1 Mar 2010 #335
What would you call the government of Poland in 1946?

Soviet puppets and mostly criminals.

The unelected bunch in Warsaw or the unelected bunch in London?

They had inherited power from last elected government and held insignia. The same as most of governments in exile.
Harry
1 Mar 2010 #336
Whatever you are right or not, there is no doubt that Mikolajczyk didn't change a thing but only have given creditability to Soviets puppets in Warsaw department of soviet government!

a) Is it better to try and fail or not to try at all?
b) Do you think that the Soviets gave a damn about the credibility of that government?

Can you state the quote?
Nothing like that appear in 'The Pattern of Soviet Domination' by Stanislaw Mikolajczyk, London, Sampson Low, Marston & Co.,Ltd. 1948.

So you mean that by joining the government in Poland he actually chose to join what he considered to be an illegitimate government and to resign his post in the legitimate government? What a strange idea!

By the end of the following year communists controlled 90 percent of Polish industry; thanks to cousin Churchill, lame president Roosevelt and most of all to Uncle Joe.

How very Polish of you to blame a back-bench MP and a dead man for events in Poland following the end of WWII rather than to put any blame on even a single Pole.
TIT 5 | 211
1 Mar 2010 #337
So you mean that by joining the government in Poland he actually chose to join what he considered to be an illegitimate government and to resign his post in the legitimate government?

read the wikipedia you twisted mind commie
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanis%C5%82aw_Miko%C5%82ajczyk
jonni 16 | 2,485
1 Mar 2010 #338
Wikipedia! On a Polish topic!! So it must be right!!!

read the wikipedia you twisted mind commie

Still nasty after all these years...
ZIMMY 6 | 1,601
1 Mar 2010 #339
How very Polish of you to blame a back-bench MP and a dead man for events in Poland following the end of WWII

How very antiPolish of you to not comprehend that these two set events in motion in Teheren and Yalta which guaranteed the unfortunate demise of free Poles and Poland. Your inability to connect the obvious dots is rather disturbing, but given your inherent prejudice it is not surprising.
Harry
1 Mar 2010 #340
read the wikipedia you twisted mind commie

I've read it thanks. It seems to support my stance that he considered the Provisional Government of National Unity to be the legitimate government of Poland and that is why he took part in it.
Ironside 49 | 10,101
1 Mar 2010 #341
) Is it better to try and fail or not to try at all?

depend what you have in mind?
Jump from 10stores building, there is chance you could survive, or make 100 push ups !

b) Do you think that the Soviets gave a damn about the credibility of that government?

Yes, Soviets were always worrying about right PR!
The idea of Mikolajczyk joining soviet government were to appease British goverment
marqoz - | 195
1 Mar 2010 #342
marqoz: But I wish you Ukrainians all the best and to win this comparison.

you are mad, mad as Spanish's cow, don't spread your diseased views on this forum, luckily its off topic.

Think before you shoot.
Are you even real or just an avatar of some polonophobe (maybe Harry) invented to illustrate Polish impetuosity, groundlessness, sabre-shaking.

Maybe you're just warming up to fight on a stadium or better in its proximity.
You should know you have the exact mirror shape just around the border. He's name is Zaliznobokij. you can try to beat him, and I even won't cheer you..

..and in any case him, anyway.
TIT 5 | 211
1 Mar 2010 #343
Harry

if you see this that way thats probably yours non Polish true
but
we know the true and it is not the same one like you are trying to provide here
jonni 16 | 2,485
1 Mar 2010 #344
we know the true and it is not the same one like

It's called self-delusion, revisionism and denial.
Ironside 49 | 10,101
1 Mar 2010 #345
to illustrate Polish impetuosity, groundlessness, sabre-shaking.

ostrich are you talking to me?
Go to the kitchen women, its nothing that concerns you!
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
1 Mar 2010 #346
Britain... What the Poles did for us.

Ask not what Poles can do for you - ask what you can do for Poles.
TIT 5 | 211
1 Mar 2010 #347
how many of you are employed and taking salary to put rubbish here?
some GRU
some MI%
some Mossad

nice mix
can we make a coctail?
Harry
1 Mar 2010 #348
I do love the way that a lot of Poles think that they matter so much that foreign security services will post lies about Poland on internet forums!
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
1 Mar 2010 #349
how many of you are employed and taking salary to put rubbish here?

Not me but I am open to offers :)
TIT 5 | 211
1 Mar 2010 #350
Harry
your govie actively encourage your type of people to put siht on forums, you know that, I know that, everybody knows that.

now some people would think which one is yours

SeanBM
Some MI5 men would probably fancy to employ you
Last action of MI5 in Derry.

derryjournal.com/journal/Murdered-man39s-contact-with-39Journal39.6112238.jp
jonni 16 | 2,485
1 Mar 2010 #351
your govie actively encourage your type of people to put siht on forums, you know that, I know that, everybody knows that.

Come on then, cite some proof!
Crow 138 | 8,064
1 Mar 2010 #352
Britain... What the Poles did for us

they almost extinct
Ironside 49 | 10,101
1 Mar 2010 #353
we know the true and it is not the same one like

It's called self-delusion, revisionism and denial.

huh? What do you mean ?

Ask not what Poles can do for you - ask what you can do for Poles.

Kennedy, was he Irish ?
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
1 Mar 2010 #354
Some MI5 men would probably fancy to employ you
Last action of MI5 in Derry.

Oh no, I would not work for their majesty spyin.
I thought the job just meant I had to post rubbish on here, which I do anyway for free but I would not mind being paid for it.

Kennedy, was he Irish ?

He was a great American Irish leader of men.
Harry
1 Mar 2010 #355
What do you mean ?

He's describing the habit some Poles have of not looking at what really happened in the past.
TIT 5 | 211
1 Mar 2010 #356
Come on then, cite some proof!

you are just sheep
Ironside 49 | 10,101
1 Mar 2010 #357
what really happened in the past.

Who really knows what (stress on really )happened in the past?
Anyway I hate when somebody do not answer my -what do you mean? - I always do!!!

I would say Kennedy was an American:)
jonni 16 | 2,485
1 Mar 2010 #358
you are just sheep

So sheep need proof. You're the one banging on about nutty stuff. So how about citing something to back up what you're saying.
Crow 138 | 8,064
1 Mar 2010 #359
just sheep

no, he is batter then that
marqoz - | 195
1 Mar 2010 #360
ostrich are you talking to me?
Go to the kitchen women, its nothing that concerns you!

Damn! So you are one of this strong in mouth not in mind faggots who sees a woman in every man.


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