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Sometimes , I have the impression that the West treats the history of my country as a taboo. Why?

 
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10/16/2010 02:09 PM
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I feel two trends in the West. Representatives of the first interpretting Poland as nothing , piece of human mass without importance or even object of an orthodox hate, representatives of the second are trying to be objective and are ready to help Poland and other countries for the common fighting against evil - ex. Ronald Reagan. They have no complexes when talking about my country , like the first ones.
 Quoting: Johny777 1131591


OP, here is a good example: Obama (puppet) told the Polish that they were going to remove the Missile shield, do u recall the day?

The anniversary of when Russia invaded Poland.

No coincidences, my friend.
Johny777 (OP)
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10/16/2010 02:12 PM
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Re: Sometimes , I have the impression that the West treats the history of my country as a taboo. Why?
i think you might be mistaking "taboo" with "nobody really gives a fuck".
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give a fuck - what does it mean? I don't know :don't give a fuck means : don't tell BS or you are talking shit? can somebody explain? I am not good in the english/u.s idioms.

it's taboo because u.s films forces very strongly something like : replace the polish guerrillas by the russian guerrillas , erase polish guerrillas (WWII). They don't see a Pole (when there is a Pole) they see the citizen of the Middle - East Europe.
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10/16/2010 02:14 PM
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Re: Sometimes , I have the impression that the West treats the history of my country as a taboo. Why?
Most of Europe was Poland at one time.
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You seem to mistake Poland for Germany...
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10/16/2010 02:16 PM
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Re: Sometimes , I have the impression that the West treats the history of my country as a taboo. Why?
Hey OP, do you think it would be a bad idea to give East Prussia back to Germany? Russia should give back the territory they stole in WW2 from Poland of course too...
hf
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10/16/2010 02:18 PM
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Re: Sometimes , I have the impression that the West treats the history of my country as a taboo. Why?
i think you might be mistaking "taboo" with "nobody really gives a fuck".


give a fuck - what does it mean? I don't know :don't give a fuck means : don't tell BS or you are talking shit? can somebody explain? I am not good in the english/u.s idioms.

it's taboo because u.s films forces very strongly something like : replace the polish guerrillas by the russian guerrillas , erase polish guerrillas (WWII). They don't see a Pole (when there is a Pole) they see the citizen of the Middle - East Europe.
 Quoting: Johny777 1131591


Laughing here, only because what you wrote is cute OP.

Give a F___ is a swear word first of all, one of the bad ones. You wouldnt say it to your mother OP or your grandmother either or the church ever.

The actual meaning of that word is sex but it is used in other ways to be sarcastic or as a slang word.
Give a F__ would mean that someone does not care or they usually say I dont give a F___. Understand?
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10/16/2010 02:19 PM
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Re: Sometimes , I have the impression that the West treats the history of my country as a taboo. Why?
OP, here is a good example: Obama (puppet) told the Polish that they were going to remove the Missile shield, do u recall the day?

The anniversary of when Russia invaded Poland.

No coincidences, my friend.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1001520


Obama didn't put his signature into condolences book after the polish president death (I mean 2010-10-04) but during u.s presidential elections he was willing to give polish media more time than the other candidates. That's the most duplicitous guy I've ever seen.
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10/16/2010 02:21 PM
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I for one love the Polish. They work hard and have beautiful women.

agreed bump
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bump
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10/16/2010 02:22 PM
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Re: Sometimes , I have the impression that the West treats the history of my country as a taboo. Why?
I think it may be because of the banana incident at one of the World's Fairs.
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10/16/2010 02:23 PM
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Re: Sometimes , I have the impression that the West treats the history of my country as a taboo. Why?
any suggestions?
 Quoting: Johny777


Well, it's really complicated, for one thing... lol

Every invading army went through Poland at some point. Probably why Hitler had such a problem with you guys.

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10/16/2010 02:24 PM
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Re: Sometimes , I have the impression that the West treats the history of my country as a taboo. Why?
Most of Europe was Poland at one time.

You seem to mistake Poland for Germany...
angry
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You may have forgotten about this guy:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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10/16/2010 02:27 PM
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You may have forgotten about this guy:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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hardly most of europe, but whatever, i indeed did not know about him.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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You may have forgotten about this guy:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

hardly most of europe, but whatever, i indeed did not know about him.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1132097


He saved our Western European ass at Vienna, 1683.

If he'd lost, or fucked-up, you and I would probably be speaking Turkish, or Arabic.
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10/16/2010 02:30 PM
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Re: Sometimes , I have the impression that the West treats the history of my country as a taboo. Why?
A Polack, an Englishman, and a Frenchman are running away from German soldiers when they come to a forest and they decide to hide by each climbing a different tree.

When the Germans arrive, they go to the first tree, where the Englishman is, and shout, "We know you're up there; come down." The Englishman, thinking fast, calls out, "Twit, twit, twit..."

The Germans, thinking that it's a bird, move on to the next tree, where the Frenchman is, and once again shout, "We know you're up there; come down." The Frenchman, thinking fast, says, "Hoo, hoo, hoo..."

The Germans, thinking that it's an owl, move on to the next tree, where the Polack is, and once again shout, "We know you're up there; come down." The Polack thinks for a minute and then says, "Mooooooo ..."
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10/16/2010 02:31 PM
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Re: Sometimes , I have the impression that the West treats the history of my country as a taboo. Why?
i think you might be mistaking "taboo" with "nobody really gives a fuck".


give a fuck - what does it mean? I don't know :don't give a fuck means : don't tell BS or you are talking shit? can somebody explain? I am not good in the english/u.s idioms.

it's taboo because u.s films forces very strongly something like : replace the polish guerrillas by the russian guerrillas , erase polish guerrillas (WWII). They don't see a Pole (when there is a Pole) they see the citizen of the Middle - East Europe.


Laughing here, only because what you wrote is cute OP.

Give a F___ is a swear word first of all, one of the bad ones. You wouldnt say it to your mother OP or your grandmother either or the church ever.

The actual meaning of that word is sex but it is used in other ways to be sarcastic or as a slang word.
Give a F__ would mean that someone does not care or they usually say I dont give a F___. Understand?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1132022


if I am right:

sb gave a fuck - sb. brought other people a shame
I give a fuck it - I don' care about it.Full ignorance

am I right?
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10/16/2010 02:34 PM
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Re: Sometimes , I have the impression that the West treats the history of my country as a taboo. Why?
if I am right:

sb gave a fuck - sb. brought other people a shame
I give a fuck it - I don' care about it.Full ignorance

am I right?
 Quoting: Johny777 1131591

"I don't give a fuck" means the same thing as "I don't give a shit".
Johny777 (OP)
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10/16/2010 02:44 PM
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Re: Sometimes , I have the impression that the West treats the history of my country as a taboo. Why?
A Polack, an Englishman, and a Frenchman
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i don't need respect such a people like you it could be a shame for me
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10/16/2010 02:45 PM
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Re: Sometimes , I have the impression that the West treats the history of my country as a taboo. Why?
Keep the memory of Maria Sklodowska in hell.


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She was a brilliant scientist. The way other people used her discoveries is wrong.
I have known few polands and all of them were responsible and thoughtful people. In fact, I am grateful to one of them for being a reasonable soul when I was loosing it six years ago.
Thank you, Lukowski.
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Re: Sometimes , I have the impression that the West treats the history of my country as a taboo. Why?
A Polack, an Englishman, and a Frenchman


i don't need respect such a people like you it could be a shame for me
 Quoting: Johny777 1131591


Ignore the assholes, man.

N'vash zdrovye!
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10/16/2010 02:49 PM
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Re: Sometimes , I have the impression that the West treats the history of my country as a taboo. Why?
Don´t worry OP, now that Lech Kaczynski and the treasurer are dead nothing stands in the way of Poland coming more into the news and history.

You do know that Poland was doing fine and declined IMF funds/loan renewals? In fact they wanted to get debt free all together within 10 years, being completely independent from central banks and in particular the WB/IMF.

That was before the plane crash in Smolensk that is.

[link to news.bbc.co.uk]

Now that the bad men have been replaced with good little puppets the west can welcome Poland with open arms.
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10/16/2010 02:57 PM
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Re: Sometimes , I have the impression that the West treats the history of my country as a taboo. Why?
I think Americans don't know much about Poland for the same reason they don't know much about Slavic countries in general. Got lumped into the Soviet Union, and didn't pertain to us personally that much.

I for one am very appreciative of Poland. God bless your country.

Good looking ppl, too. ;-)
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10/16/2010 02:59 PM
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Re: Sometimes , I have the impression that the West treats the history of my country as a taboo. Why?
I remember Lech Walesa..back in the good old days.

All Polish people I know are very hard working and yet, some of them went home (from London), for a better life. I can't blame them. They thought that we were TOO racist over here.
 Quoting: TOPLONDONER


Poles are also not innocent, I think that in UK they are much better treated than in Germany or France.
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10/16/2010 03:01 PM
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Re: Sometimes , I have the impression that the West treats the history of my country as a taboo. Why?
A Polack, an Englishman, and a Frenchman


i don't need respect such a people like you it could be a shame for me


Ignore the assholes, man.

N'vash zdrovye!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1132044


God Save the Queen.

hf
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Re: Sometimes , I have the impression that the West treats the history of my country as a taboo. Why?
Don´t worry OP, now that Lech Kaczynski and the treasurer are dead nothing stands in the way of Poland coming more into the news and history.

You do know that Poland was doing fine and declined IMF funds/loan renewals? In fact they wanted to get debt free all together within 10 years, being completely independent from central banks and in particular the WB/IMF.

That was before the plane crash in Smolensk that is.

[link to news.bbc.co.uk]

Now that the bad men have been replaced with good little puppets the west can welcome Poland with open arms.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1130955


Forgot the IMF link: [link to spktruth2power.wordpress.com]
Johny777 (OP)
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10/16/2010 03:12 PM
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Re: Sometimes , I have the impression that the West treats the history of my country as a taboo. Why?
Tell them to read James Michener's Poland. It's a good read
and the historical accuracy is acceptable. I learned a lot about
your country when I read that book. It's a good starting
point. One thing that stuck with me was how reluctant the
rest of Europe was willing to accept that Poles were Christians
for a very long time and kept fighting wars to convert people
who didn't need it.
 Quoting: DrPostman


bump

I think they just used religion like toilet paper.
Johny777 (OP)
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10/16/2010 03:13 PM
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Re: Sometimes , I have the impression that the West treats the history of my country as a taboo. Why?
I think Americans don't know much about Poland for the same reason they don't know much about Slavic countries in general. Got lumped into the Soviet Union, and didn't pertain to us personally that much.

I for one am very appreciative of Poland. God bless your country.

Good looking ppl, too. ;-)
 Quoting: nimbus


greeting from Poland

hf
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Re: Sometimes , I have the impression that the West treats the history of my country as a taboo. Why?
any suggestions?



Not taboo.

Most Americans are ignorant. Poland get a small blurb (few paragraphs)in a history book. Mostly related to WW II.

They figure, if it was important, we would hear more about it.

GLPers are the ones who questioned this and augmented their learning after the state indoctrination.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1044765

Actually, Americans know Poland because of the events that occurred in Poland leading up to the wall falling. Poland, is well loved by a lot of Americans. The Left's love for Poland...not so much.
Johny777 (OP)
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10/16/2010 03:25 PM
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Re: Sometimes , I have the impression that the West treats the history of my country as a taboo. Why?
You may have forgotten about this guy:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

hardly most of europe, but whatever, i indeed did not know about him.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1132097


1610 - Klushino - after beating Russian forces Poles were ruling in Russia
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Re: Sometimes , I have the impression that the West treats the history of my country as a taboo. Why?
Actually, the people who own the West lie about everything, always. So..................
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Re: Sometimes , I have the impression that the West treats the history of my country as a taboo. Why?
No one cares about Poland. Thread Fail.
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Re: Sometimes , I have the impression that the West treats the history of my country as a taboo. Why?
How many Polocks does it take to screw in a light bulb????

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