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FlaglessPole 4 | 669
3 Sep 2010 #121
No it's not. It is a warning of racism.

meaning there is racism in Poland, kind of the gist of my previous post... well I guess I need to learn how to 'bend my messages in neon' then... now back to watching Robin Hood, surprisingly few black people in that flick (none so far). I think Ridley Scott is white-supremacist...
trener zolwia 1 | 940
3 Sep 2010 #122
meaning there is racism in Poland, kind of the gist of my previous post...

Right. But it doesn't make the other poster in question a racist for merely pointing this out...
FlaglessPole 4 | 669
3 Sep 2010 #123
I DID NOT SAY HE WAS, I SAID RIDLEY SCOTT WAS A RACIST ====>>>>> !!!SARCASM!!!
trener zolwia 1 | 940
3 Sep 2010 #124
Don't yell at me. You're the one who wrote your post in a way that made it seems as though you were calling the other guy a racist when he was merely pointing out... Oh, never mind...
jarnowa 4 | 499
3 Sep 2010 #125
I don't think Wroclaw already forgot the negroe diskjockey who stabbed a few drunk Polish guys because they said some things he didn't like.

I remember this incident very well. People said that the black could easily have run away instead of brutally attacking the guys who did nothing than expressing their feelings about African immigrants living in their city.
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
3 Sep 2010 #126
It doesn't surprise me that the likes of you remembers this incident. There may be hundreds or thousands of white ppl that kill black ppl, but if one black individual kills a bunch of whiteys, you will remember only that one single event and not the other events. And besides, "did nothing but expressing their feelings about African immigrants living in their city" probably was nothing but a racist slur. Now, I'm not saying that those ppl should be killed for it, but they could expect a punch in the face for it. That would be appropriate.

M-G (tiens)
jonni 16 | 2,485
3 Sep 2010 #127
the black could easily have run away

Why should he run.

the guys who did nothing than expressing their feelings about African immigrants living in their city.

"Their"? Or maybe his too.

Another stormfront special
trener zolwia 1 | 940
3 Sep 2010 #128
negroe diskjockey who stabbed a few drunk Polish guys because they said some things he didn't like.

Yeah, calling someone a nasty name hardly justifies murder.

There may be hundreds or thousands of white ppl that kill black ppl, but if one black individual kills a bunch of whiteys, you will remember only that one single event and not the other events.

You'd have to switch the races for what takes place over here regularly...
jarnowa 4 | 499
3 Sep 2010 #129
Why should he run.

What else?

Do you suggest that people have the right to stab and severly injure anyone who insults them?
jonni 16 | 2,485
3 Sep 2010 #130
Do you suggest that people have to sit back and be abused?
jarnowa 4 | 499
3 Sep 2010 #131
It doesn't surprise me that the likes of you remembers this incident. There may be hundreds or thousands of white ppl that kill black ppl. , but if one black individual kills a bunch of whiteys, you will remember only that one single event and not the other events.

You know as well as me that violence of nonwhites against whites is much higher.

And that incident probably opened up the eyes of many people in Wroclaw who had a naive picture about Africans.

Many naive Wroclawians thought that the blacks in their city were innocent refugees or poor African students who had no other option than Poland (never mind that it's still much cheaper for them to study in Africa, making Poland not the smartest choice if it were for studying only), not seeing the real reason for the increase of single black males between 20-35 in their city. After the incident it turned out that this black was not a poor refugee but a migrant from Netherlands who only decided to live as a DJ in Poland for 1 reason...

Please, try and keep to the original topic.
Thank you.

OP CzarDaniel 1 | 17
7 Sep 2010 #132
how did this topic turn into a who kills who more thread? Blacks do often committ a lot of crimes because often they become lost souls and pressured by their upbringing or lack thereof to be ignorant. Many become a product of their environment. I remember growing up in the innercity of NYC I would often wonder why people enjoyed hanging out on the corner in front of the store. It wasn't until I was in my teens that I realized they usually were selling drugs. My family protected me from that stuff. I had a very strict upbringing. Nowadays, some people are so absorbed with themselves and their poor standard of living that children go unchecked. There was a study done years ago, if i remember correctly, that said children define themselves 80% by what their peers say and 20% by what their parents say. If their are a lot of parents not doing their jobs...then kids go unchecked and start creating their own truths and laws to live by. I went to catholic/private school my whole life, my mother works for the United Nations, my grand aunt was a former president of a nice little island... and as a result I had a fairly priviledged/worldy childhood, yet still I was exposed to the negative aspects of innercity living. Imagine the children and people who are not as priviledged as I was, who did not have strict upbringings and are heavily influenced by their peers...thats why some of them end up going down the wrong path. They are products of their environment and they can be black/white/hispanic/asian etc.
Matt32 4 | 83
7 Sep 2010 #134
They are products of their environment and they can be black/white/hispanic/asian etc.

Wouldn't your name be Williams by any chance ?:)
convex 20 | 3,978
7 Sep 2010 #135
I don't think Wroclaw already forgot the negroe diskjockey who stabbed a few drunk Polish guys because they said some things he didn't like.

People need to learn when to shut their mouths. If they took a swing first, they got everything they deserved. Lots of people here shy away from provocation, I appreciate the more direct approach.

BTW, here's an article on the situation. It's a bit dated, but still relevant.

Club protection frowned upon by blacks musicians; Kenneth already knows what it means when someone says: monkey, bamboo, *****. He complains to the boss, and the boss says: - Come on, you are the problem
It starts simply, step by step, slowly, because For what the rush. Sounds of the street, growling cars, clicking heels; as usual, walk like everyone else. And then, after a minute, maybe five, you enter, against the will and quite unintentionally, in the corridor of sounds and words inaudible to others, because they do not apply to them.
- Oh, look, my son, walking Bambo. So black as our little dog.
- The monkey took he. To the zoo, you prick.
- See you, *****.
- Chimpanzee and says.
- Asphalt.
- Do you want a banana?

zetigrek
7 Sep 2010 #136
BTW, here's an article on the situation. It's a bit dated, but still relevant.

Its very sad... I feel really sorry for all those ppl who has to bear such insults on daily basis.
southern 75 | 7,096
7 Sep 2010 #137
Why?We have the same in Greece.Creta is full of guns used by the locals when a foreigner or police threatens their interests.They would never dare to use their bare hands.I respect Russians who tend to box and grapling and use heavy guns against armed enemies.(that is why the victims of Russians are usually Russians as well).
jarnowa 4 | 499
7 Sep 2010 #138
Its very sad... I feel really sorry for all those ppl who has to bear such insults on daily basis.

i don't feel sorry for them.

they knew the price of living in Poland from the very beginning, yet they decided to stay.
no one is to blame but themselves.
poland_
7 Sep 2010 #139
There are mindless idiots the world over. Explain to me, how violent behavior solves problems.
Jarnowa, based on your thinking, the Pole murdered in Dublin, with a screwdriver to the head, only has himself to blame. The Polish nurse shot/murdered in London,only has herself to blame. The Pole murdered after an argument on a bus in London, only has himself to blame. The Pole murdered at the airport in Canada by a Police taser gun, only has himself to blame.

You do not understand the basics jarnowa, you should stop your diatribe.
Matt32 4 | 83
7 Sep 2010 #140
they knew the price of living in Poland from the very beginning, yet they decided to stay.
no one is to blame but themselves.

Its a very dangerous statement, are you ready to pay the price? Have you ever experienced blood and violent dead first hand? If not, don't insult the alligator before you cross the stream!

You seemed like a nice person - you ain't nice no more!:(
jarnowa 4 | 499
7 Sep 2010 #141
The Pole murdered after an argument on a bus in London, only has himself to blame. The Pole murdered at the airport in Canada by a Police taser gun, only has himself to blame.

Only if Dublin/London/Canada were wellknown as dangerous places for Poles, then you would have a point. I don't see what mistake these poor victims made by choosing to live there.

If you want to be a hero by not leaving a country where you get insulted on a daily basis, then you are just asking for trouble sooner or later.
Harry
8 Sep 2010 #142
If you want to be a hero by not leaving a country where you get insulted on a daily basis, then you are just asking for trouble sooner or later.

You, of course, get insulted every day in every country in the world: because you're a complete and utter cock (like all racists).
poland_
8 Sep 2010 #144
If you want to be a hero by not leaving a country where you get insulted on a daily basis, then you are just asking for trouble sooner or later.

The type of people who do the insulting, could be black,white,hispanic,asian, although they have one thing in common - they are racists.

Graveyards around the world are full of people and their last thought was, why me ? What did I do wrong?

Good people are good people the world over.
jarnowa 4 | 499
8 Sep 2010 #145
To me a racist is someone who thinks all black/white/hispanic/asian people are bad or inferior.

Although i don't deny there's always people who think like that, i think that's not a common reason for the insults.

I think in most cases those who insult just don't agree with them coming to live in their city, dating their girls, taking their jobs (sometimes very popular jobs like DJ), driving a bigger car, possibly bringing diseases from 3rd world, looking down on Polish people etc.

That's why many people dislike them and start insulting them. Nothing to do with racism.
zetigrek
8 Sep 2010 #146
they knew the price of living in Poland from the very beginning, yet they decided to stay.
no one is to blame but themselves.

you've must be kidding.

Only if Dublin/London/Canada were wellknown as dangerous places for Poles,

Poland is not wellknown as dangerous places. London is wellknown to be dangerous generally as a big metropoly.

I think in most cases those who insult just don't agree with them coming to live in their city, dating their girls, taking their jobs (sometimes very popular jobs like DJ), driving a bigger car, possibly bringing diseases from 3rd world, looking down on Polish people etc.

That's why many people dislike them and start insulting them. Nothing to do with racism.

lol. what a bollox! Was it sarcastic?

Btw. Jarnowa what's your nationality?
jarnowa 4 | 499
8 Sep 2010 #147
you've must be kidding.

No. If you sit too close to the fire, you're likely to get burned. Don't blame others for your decision to be brave.

Poland is not wellknown as dangerous places. London is wellknown to be dangerous generally as a big metropoly.

We were not talking about what countries are dangerous in general, i think we were talking about countries that are unwelcoming for certain groups.

Because blacks get insulted on a daily basis in Poland you can say that it's not the smartest thing to stay.

Poles on the other hand don't experience the same in the UK or Ireland, so you can't say that these Polish victims made a stupid decision to stay. In their case it's just bad luck instead of deliberately choosing for a country that doesn't welcome them.

You see the difference?

lol. what a bollox! Was it sarcastic?

No i'm serious. It's way too simplistic to think that groups get disliked for nothing but their race.

Btw. Jarnowa what's your nationality?

for one time, let's keep ontopic, this is not the right place to ask.
trener zolwia 1 | 940
8 Sep 2010 #148
It's way too simplistic to think that groups get disliked for nothing but their race.

Very true statement.
Harry
8 Sep 2010 #149
No i'm serious. It's way too simplistic to think that groups get disliked for nothing but their race.

Quite right: they actually get disliked because bigots like you are complete idiots.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
8 Sep 2010 #150
There was a black teacher at a school here. The students didn't appear to react in any bad way. There was no malice or bad feelings and why should there be?


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