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Historic(al) Americans and their ties with Poland/Poles


ElevateYourMind
4 Apr 2020 #61
Do you know who it is?

Yes! It's the gay psycho-killer John (whoa another queer jon!) Wayne Gacy whose grandparents came from Prussia and whose own mother had the very British maiden name of Robinson!

He's right up there with another psycho-killer homosexual Jeffrey Dahmer who had Welsh and Irish ancestry! Let's hear it for the British Isles!!!!!!!!!!

Anyway, you are British and an out and proud homo, so pull the velvet curtain back for us and tell the forum why so many gay men with British roots turn out to be mass murderers.

Thanks!
jon357 66 | 16,142
4 Apr 2020 #62
John Wayne Gacy

The famous Polish-American, arrested clutching a rosary in his hand...

POGO the clown, which stood for Gacy being Polish and on-the-go,"

serial killer John Wayne Gacy, who unfortunately was a Polish-American.

ampoleagle.com/the-sad-smile-of-polam-hpogo-the-clownh-p13067-152.htm

The interesting (from the website that Po3 used to write for) link's in English, Bieggers, so you'll be able to read it.
ElevateYourMind
4 Apr 2020 #63
Gacy was as Polish as you are. Not! LOL.

But Gacy was a psychotic queer like many of them turn out to be. You're an admitted British homosexual so why do so many gay men with British roots become serial killers?
jon357 66 | 16,142
4 Apr 2020 #64
Gacy was ... Polish

Corrected for you.

Polish and on the go...

You might as well ask why so many fat people are incels...
ElevateYourMind
4 Apr 2020 #65
Corrected for you.

You deliberately violated forums rules by altering another poster's comments and misleading other guests and members.

You might as well ask why so many fat people are incels...

You're the one with nearly 15,000 posts so by all means tells us!
jon357 66 | 16,142
4 Apr 2020 #66
Here's some more about him and his connection to Poland. I wonder if he ever visited:

"the family name was previously spelled Gatza and Gaca."
murdermiletours.com/blog/infamous-murderer-serial-killer-profiles-2-john-wayne-gacy

You deliberately violated forums rules by altering another poster's comments a

Simply removing extraneous words (and making that very clear).
ElevateYourMind
4 Apr 2020 #67
I wonder if he ever visited:

Certainly never Poland.

To say you are grasping at straws would give you a modicum of credit when none is deserved.

Your fellow English speaking boomer homosexual with British heritage was born in 1942.

His grandparents' German-speaking Prussian homeland effectively ended in 1932 anyway.

As usual, you completely missed the mark with this off-topic character.
jon357 66 | 16,142
4 Apr 2020 #68
His grandparents'

His Polish grandparents. He was very assertive about his Polishness, however much that irks you.
ElevateYourMind
4 Apr 2020 #69
very assertive about his Polishness

Nope. Like you, he was misleading.

He was born in early 1940's America which was still fighting Nazi Germany which itself had strong connections to Prussia.

His Prussian grandparents would naturally downplay their true origins and claim to be something else.

Your fellow boomer homosexual Gacy either wouldn't have known any better while growing up or would have just gone along with the family secret script.
jon357 66 | 16,142
4 Apr 2020 #70
claim to be something else

That's a particularly weak assertion, even for you!

He was particularly proud of his Polish roots.

Now, who's this?



jon357 66 | 16,142
4 Apr 2020 #72
Someone much nicer...
mafketis 24 | 8,877
4 Apr 2020 #73
Walter Kronkite? He was a pol-am?
jon357 66 | 16,142
4 Apr 2020 #74
Resembles him a bit, but no.
OP pawian 176 | 13,997
4 Apr 2020 #75
Arthur Rubinstein, virtuoso pianist.
jon357 66 | 16,142
4 Apr 2020 #76
More political, less artistic...
OP pawian 176 | 13,997
4 Apr 2020 #77
But also of Jewish decent?
OP pawian 176 | 13,997
3 Nov 2020 #78
But historic but modern - Who?





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