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Posts by Verdelet

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  • The Government Of Poland Is Now Planning On Banning Abortion

    04/10/2016 2:04:38 AM PDT · 38 of 43
    Verdelet to RitaOK
    I sincerely invite you to do so. <br> "◾Pokój jest rzeczą cenną i pożądaną. Nasza generacja skrwawiona w wojnach na pewno na pokój zasługuje. Ale pokój, jak prawie wszystkie sprawy tego świata ma swoją cenę wysoką, ale wymierną. My w Polsce nie znamy pojęcia pokoju za wszelką cenę. Jest jedna tylko rzecz w życiu ludzi, narodów i państw, która jest bezcenna. Tą rzeczą jest honor." <br> Peace is a worthy and wanted state. Our generation which has bled in multiple wars surely deserves to live in peace. But peace, as many other things in this world has its price. It is high but measurable. We in Poland do not know the term: "Peace at all costs". There is only one thing in the existence of people, nations and countries that is priceless. This thing is honor. <br> Jozef Beck 5th May 1939
  • Happy Casimir Pulaski Day, Chicago!

    03/21/2016 12:28:14 AM PDT · 25 of 26
    Verdelet to traderrob6

    That’s why I stay where I am :) nevertheless there is something about it, maybe it has something to do with them being imigrants?

  • ‘Islamic Rape Of Europe’: Polish Magazine Splashes ‘White Europa’ Girl Groped By Migrants

    02/19/2016 12:15:00 AM PST · 52 of 52
    Verdelet to Utilizer

    Where did you learn that bulls**t? This is a part of Nazi propaganda, spread by Goebells to ensure that Poles are treated as Untermensch. Yet here you are, over 70 years after the war started , still believing this crap. Ignoramus.

  • EU launches unprecedented probe into new Polish laws

    01/17/2016 7:43:24 AM PST · 17 of 19
    Verdelet to Verdelet


  • EU launches unprecedented probe into new Polish laws

    01/17/2016 7:40:02 AM PST · 16 of 19
    Verdelet to ken5050

    Honestly I did know that this “term” even exists. Can you please explain what it means and I’d be more than happy to translate it :)

  • Protect Your Women, Not OUR Democracy! – Polish Sports Fans Protest German EU Bully Tactics

    01/10/2016 6:03:46 AM PST · 21 of 41
    Verdelet to stanne

    And Irena Sendlerowa. A Saint in my opiniom.

  • Protect Your Women, Not OUR Democracy! – Polish Sports Fans Protest German EU Bully Tactics

    01/10/2016 5:41:10 AM PST · 19 of 41
    Verdelet to Bigg Red

    Dziękuję :)

  • Protect Your Women, Not OUR Democracy! – Polish Sports Fans Protest German EU Bully Tactics

    01/10/2016 5:36:14 AM PST · 17 of 41
    Verdelet to Candor7
    Muslims already promised to kill us all in 17th century and got their a$$es kicked, then bolsheviks tried, same result (1920). Then Nazis met the bloodiest resistance (40:1 anyone?), finally communists couldn't break us during 50 years of their rule.
    Honestly, friends, EU socialists have to be insane to think we will change our ways of living when the throw threats at us.
  • Protect Your Women, Not OUR Democracy! – Polish Sports Fans Protest German EU Bully Tactics

    01/10/2016 3:30:28 AM PST · 3 of 41
    Verdelet to JustaCowgirl
    Hi Cowgirl, thanks for posting this, I have wanted to do it myself but you beat me here :)
    Let me put things in perspective here:
    In October Polish people have chosen members of the New Parliment. To no surprise at all majority was won by conservative, eurosceptic Law and Order party led by a twin brother of former president Lech Kaczynski, who died in plane crash in Smolensk, Russia.
    That moment EU went ape-s**t crazy accusing our democratically elected government of turning Poland into an authoritarian state. Among many other decisions Polish government did not agree to invite refugees from Syria unless they are Christian refugees, voted media bill and made several other decisions which enraged EU comissars.
    I guess we all know what happened during new years eve in Germany. What surprises me is why no one reacted. In Poland it would be impossible for any group to sexually harass women and live long enough to tell about it.
    On the side note: Polish sport fans are quite known for their strong political statements. This started in the dark days of communism when Polish football (soccer) fans were displaying Soldarity flags at international matches with USSR.
  • EU flag burned as tens of thousands join Warsaw nationalist demo

    11/12/2015 7:20:41 AM PST · 44 of 45
    Verdelet to GonzoII; All
    So much bullsh*t in this article, let us go through the first few sentences:
    1. Organisers said that up to 50,000 - 100 000 actually
    2. which marked the anniversary of Poland's independence after the Second World War - 11.11.1918 happened after the 1st WW not 2nd...
    3. under the slogan "Poland for the Polish" - the slogan was: "Poland for the Polish people, Polish people for Poland".
    4. anti-EU theme with the slogan "EU macht frei" ("Work makes you free" in German) - seriously you guys at the Telegraph? at least use Google translate or something. That's some poor (unintentially?) journalism
  • The Warsaw ghetto uprising: Armed Jews vs. Nazis

    10/18/2015 2:55:01 AM PDT · 40 of 44
    Verdelet to dfwgator
    Well, didn't you know? I'm Polish, I was born with an anti-semitic gene. Not my fault. Someone forgot how Poland was a haven for Jews for hundreds of years.
    Suprisingly most of the people that are Righteous Among the Nations are Poles.
    It's, good that my grandma (Warsaw uprising medic) didn't live to read/hear this crap.
  • Lech Poznan soccer fans boycott game over donations to refugees

    09/28/2015 9:02:32 AM PDT · 35 of 36
    Verdelet to 11th_VA
    Yeah, a few of us are here, mostly though 2nd and 3rd generations of Poles living in USA.
    On the imigrants issue let me explain how it looks in Poland right now:
    We are waiting for gov. elections next month, we expect that they will be won by right wing Law and Justice party but it's a bit tight between them and the current government - Civic Platform.
    CP has been governing for the past 8 years but their candidate for President elections has lost badly to LaJ candidate.
    CP also has proven to be a bunch of liers and hypocrites, lately we had a "small" affair here were top people in the goverment lost their jobs after their "secret" conversations were recorded. They mostly proved to be cheats caring only about their money and setting up "their" people on governmental positions.
    What is more frustrating for citizens they were showing themselves as an economically liberal party yet they have raised taxes and done nothing to fight corruption or deregulate old economic laws (some still descending from communist times!) Opening your own business in Poland is a nightmare and sh*tload of money is being drained from Poland due to lack reasonable laws.
    Last thing was their incapability to stand tough to EU. they are simply Merkel's lackeys and that's a bad thing really. At first they said we will not take any "refugees", then we heard about accepting 2 thousand, finally it is going to be 12 thousand probably. They are lost in their own lies. would be a better thing if they told the truth.
    Poland has already accepted, 1,3 million (yes, million) VISA requests from Ukraininan civillians running away from the war at our Eastern border sine 2014. That's the biggest immigrant inflow in Europe.
    What I can say from my persepctive as a person living here is that we have huge open hearts for immigrants running away from war, we have already proved that. But the people coming here from Arabia are nor refugees. Most of them don't escape from war, they have settled in Turkey for the past two years and they are coming here not to run away from war but to live from social security rich countries in EU are providing.
  • POLAND/ROMANIA: Russian Security Council names Poland and Romania assigned targets

    06/26/2015 3:05:15 AM PDT · 3 of 6
    Verdelet to
    Aren't the missiles pointed at us and Romanians now?
    So what are missile launchers doing in Kaliningrad?
  • Poles Steel for Battle, Fearing Russia Will March on Them Next

    03/23/2015 6:20:02 AM PDT · 96 of 105
    Verdelet to mac_truck
    History repeats itself: "Pourquoi mourir pour Danzig?" - Marcel Deat, 4th of May 1939.
    "How horrible, fantastic, incredible it is that we should be digging trenches and trying on gas-masks here because of a quarrel in a far away country between people of whom we know nothing." - Neville Chamberlain, 27th of September 1938.
  • Putin Paranoia

    02/19/2015 4:53:28 AM PST · 38 of 39
    Verdelet to Georgia Girl 2
    Crimea is not a Baltic port, it's Black Sea port on the other side of the continent... with such geographical "mistakes" Americans must be simply lucky you nuked Japan and not Alaska during WWII:D
    Don't take it too seriously ;)
  • Poland, Ukraine and Lithuania form joint military unit

    09/20/2014 7:33:18 PM PDT · 11 of 12
    Verdelet to The_Reader_David
    just a question:
  • Polish navy tests Barak-8 missile

    09/04/2014 9:31:45 AM PDT · 15 of 15
    Verdelet to sukhoi-30mki
    Right now in Kielce, Poland, there is taking place an internation military fair.
    MSPO Kielce Trade fair for military technology MSPO is an international defence industry exhibition and Central Europe's most significant fair event of this kind. It features not only the latest achievements in military equipment and armaments but also technologies and systems applied in fields such as logistics, security and rescue. A permanent element of MSPO is an exhibition of the Polish Armed Forces. In addition to the static exhibition, visitors have the opportunity to attend a demonstration of soldiers' practical operations. The MSPO will take place on 4 days from Monday, 01. September to Thursday, 04. September 2014 in Kielce.
    I have read that Polish government has already signed a deal for 70 new assault helicopters and have opened a tender (?? don't know if this is the proper world in english) for another batch of helicopters that will take place of the Mi - 24 we are still using.
    During this fair as well, we had the first opportunity to really see a MSBS assault rifle. First rifle in Polish army since 1989 that will not be based on kbk AKM (updated version of AK-47), but a rifle that was created by Polish engineers from scratch.
    During last year MSPO Polish Ministry of Defence has presented a Polish - made PL-01, armoured fighting vehicle.
    That's just for the information of freepers who like military novelties :)
  • Obama's Logical, Fanatical Foreign Policy

    08/31/2014 2:07:21 PM PDT · 11 of 11
    Verdelet to Grzegorz 246
    yeah, that caught my eye as well
    Germany lost territory to Poland to create a land corridor to Danzig that gave Poland access to the sea.Never mind that it cleaved a country in two.
    I announce this the most retarded historical "fact" of the year.
  • Poland Puts on Biggest Military Parade in Years

    08/17/2014 5:31:36 AM PDT · 66 of 68
    Verdelet to Matt_DZ_PL
    Funny thing Matt, is that we do have a working nuclear reactor with enriched uranium that is in production since 1970's. I just wonder how much enriched uranium we do have. How come our politicians do not use it as bargaining card.? Having an A-bomb would definitely stir the s**t-up, Russians would either feel unsecure and attack us straight away or they would back off. This sitaution is already known to the world - vide: India-Pakistan relations.
    I do not want to sound like a war monger but what Putin is doing right now is dangerously reminding me of 1930's and the actions taken by an Austrian painter with a funny moustache. :/ Either we stop him now or we'll have another war-hungry monster at our door.
    Best regards to you.
  • Poland Puts on Biggest Military Parade in Years

    08/16/2014 4:52:15 PM PDT · 65 of 68
    Verdelet to dfwgator
    I know it in Polish my friend:
    Czy widzisz te gruzy na szczycie?
    Tam wróg Twoj się kryje jak szczur!
  • Poland Puts on Biggest Military Parade in Years

    08/16/2014 4:13:40 PM PDT · 63 of 68
    Verdelet to Timocrat
    Did you know we had a bear in our army? He was at Monte Cassino by the way...
    How more badass can an army be? :D :D
  • Poland Puts on Biggest Military Parade in Years

    08/15/2014 11:55:30 AM PDT · 22 of 68
    Verdelet to PATRIOT1876
    Poland military is no match for Russian military.
    It's amazing, that is exactly (!!!!!) the same thing that the whole world had said 94 years ago.
    It was a very similar situation, Bolshevik's with huge army, tons of money, restored army, support from Bolsheviks in Western Europe (Lenin: useful idiots), Ukrainian separatists (Budionny) and we have managed to kick their a$$es back behind Bolshevik's border and save Europe/World from Bolshevik's desease.
    This was one of the most important wars in world's history.
    I do not believe that Russians will attack our country (neither our Baltic neighbours) nevertheless, we are ready, they can't just roll in with their tanks like they did in Georgie few years ago.
    The resistance here would be crushing for Russian army, and Putin knows it.
  • Poland 'is doomed' says Putin advisor

    08/14/2014 10:27:46 AM PDT · 71 of 72
    Verdelet to Izzy Dunne

    Lenin called them “useful idiots”.

  • Poland plans new canal to by-pass Russia

    08/12/2014 1:11:28 AM PDT · 20 of 20
    Verdelet to castlegreyskull
    This was planned since 1980's I believe, in 2006 PM Kaczyński announced that it will be built but the eco terrorists kept this in stale mate until today.
  • NATO to expand Polish base in response to Russian threat

    07/27/2014 4:33:40 AM PDT · 6 of 6
    Verdelet to Olog-hai

    Could you please kindly elaborate more on this view, I’m quite interested in this subject however I believe I have missed the point.

  • Kerry: Ukraine crash is a moment of truth for Russia

    07/20/2014 8:42:37 AM PDT · 27 of 35
    Verdelet to Citizen Zed
    Being a Polish citizen, I'm a mere guest here at, nevertheless, I'd like to share with you some of my thoughts.

    1. When on 10th of April 2010, Polish government plane with President Lech Kaczyński and his wife hit the ground, leading to death of more then 90 Polish officials, it lead to a wave of tasteless jokes about "how eagle has landed (vide. Dutch newspapers)". Western European leaders dismissed the idea of act of terrorism despise the evidence that this was a planned operation by forces trained in this field of expertise.
    It was clear that this "incident" did not happen because of bad weather, pilots mistake, lack of knowledge of russian, etc. It simply was a cold blooded murder. President Kaczyński was a stout catholic with great influence on Polish nation, he was a hero who fought against communists during the dark moments of our Polish history.
    I might not agree with all his ideas, nevertheless, I believe he always made decisions based only on his will to serve and protect his nation.
    In this brave new world, that's how you sign your own deathwish, I guess.
    2. Mr President Obama, knowing about the tragedy did not take time to visit Polish embassy, he prefered to play golf. I guess it's fine, we're just another, little, European, post-communist, catholic country that has been USA's friend since... the beggining of your state! Even though it cost us a lot (after 9/11/2001 when Polish govermnent informed that we will be sending our troops to help USA in WOT, French president told that we "have lost our chance to shut up").
    3.Western Europe is shocked that someone can kill their citizens and will not take the punishment... Polish govermnent has warned UN, EU, USA, etc. that the country called "Russia" is nothing more then a rouge state led by a tyrant dreaming of restornig the bipolar world dominiation.
    All our warnings were dismissed as a sign of "Polish russophobia". Well... now you have it, chips went down, people got killed, what kind of evidence do you need? 4. Finally, I still believe that Polish people and American Nation share the same values. We are still here, we will stand our ground. Muslims, Nazis, Commies, they all tried to eradicate us from these lands, but they all failed. If foreign power will try to establish their sick rule over Poland, they will meet same kind of resistance they have met always, we'll make them another 1920's Polish-Bolshevik war.
    This post is not to show reluctance towards our - Polish - American relations, I believe that both our nations should support each other.
  • Russia Deploys Missiles in Western Region

    12/20/2013 5:14:55 AM PST · 40 of 41
    Verdelet to Brad from Tennessee
    That's what American President got for scrapping the missile deal with Poland. Good job, Mr President, well done. Your appeasement policy really makes the world a safer place.
    I believe someone needs to be reminded how "Appeasement" towards one Austrian painter with a funny moustache ended up in '30s. (no, I am not exagerrating here and I'm not comparing Putin to Hitler, Putin is just another tyrant in my opinion, he won't be satisified with "detente", being an ex-KGB officer he still lives in the Cold War Era)
  • March for Independence in Warsaw, Poland; Russian embassy on fire

    11/13/2013 9:30:25 AM PST · 23 of 23
    Verdelet to Buckeye McFrog
    Embassies are considered to be part of the national territory of the country that holds them.

    Where did you get that information from? it's 100% incorrect I'm afraid. "Embassies" should actually be called "Diplomatic Missions" and although they have special privileges, they are not extraterritorial. It was an accident that guards booth burned down, however, even if this would be done on purpose, this is not a Casus Belli. There are only two ways that Russia can legally reply to this incident, it's either by the ways of retorsion (burning down guards booth of Polish embassy in Russia - I'm simplifing here) or reprisal (taking harsh actions against Polish citizens in Russia)
    The second one is considered a violation of international law.
  • World War II's first victim (Gleiwitz Incident)

    09/01/2013 9:03:52 AM PDT · 37 of 41
    Verdelet to dfwgator
    And the "best" concentration camps guards came from Netherlands, Latvia and Romania... no consciousnes, no emotions, no guilt...
    Perfect tools
  • World War II's first victim (Gleiwitz Incident)

    09/01/2013 8:11:57 AM PDT · 35 of 41
    Verdelet to Kid Shelleen
    It's Gliwice, not Gleiwitz, for Gods sake...
    Although it's kind of funny how MSM still stick to Nazi terminology. FYI the first act of war took place in the city of Wieluń in Poland, that's the place where war really started (apart from Jabłonków incident).
  • Why is Poland purchasing Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missiles for its F-16s?

    08/25/2013 6:59:14 AM PDT · 18 of 18
    Verdelet to Bill Russell
    Yes, a book written by THE General Władysław Anders. If you'll need any help with your project feel free to ask. I'd be more than eager to help you. Please contact me via Private Messsages on FR.
    Greetings to you and your wife
  • Why is Poland purchasing Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missiles for its F-16s?

    08/24/2013 5:54:19 PM PDT · 16 of 18
    Verdelet to Bill Russell
    Indeed, the contribution to the world paid by my nation is often omited in history books for unknown reason. Sometimes it feels like we are back in 1930s and Poland is still regarded as "the bastard child of League of Nations".
    It's heart-warming to know that there are people like you who know better then that.
    I'd recommend you a book, Roman Dmowski's "Germany, Russia and the case of Poland" it's a great book written in 1920s I think. Prophecy of the Great War and the world we will see after the war. I guess Dmowski had used a crystal ball as his teories really came to life.
    They were continued in Samuel Huntington's "The clash of the civilizations".
    However, if you would like to read something more hmm.. casual I'd say go for books by Jacek Komuda. A Sarmat himself, he uses 15th - 16th century language in his books. I didn't know that there were so many curse words in my native language ;) I bet they have already been translated his books to English.
    I'm currently going through the book "An Army in Exile" by Władysław Anders, have you ever heard about "Private Wojtek"? How badass you have to be to have a bear in your army ;D
  • Why is Poland purchasing Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missiles for its F-16s?

    08/23/2013 6:20:59 AM PDT · 14 of 18
    Verdelet to Bill Russell
    I'm impressed my friend. It's good to see someone who actually attended some history lessons and likes to share his knowledge with others. Thanks for taking the time to show others the truth about Goebbels lies.

    "If you repeat a lie many times, people are bound to start believing it."

  • FDR 'Covered Up Soviet Atrocity to Appease Stalin'

    06/27/2013 11:09:48 AM PDT · 29 of 44
    Verdelet to yarddog

    Well, I wouldn’t believe a Nazi as well. ;)

  • FDR 'Covered Up Soviet Atrocity to Appease Stalin'

    06/27/2013 10:38:03 AM PDT · 26 of 44
    Verdelet to george76
    Let me provide you a short excerpt about what were American governments thoughts on atrocities commited by it's Soviet "ally":

    Karski met with Polish politicians in exile including the Prime Minister, as well as members of political parties such as the Socialist Party, National Party, Labor Party, People's Party, Jewish Bund and Poalei Zion. He also spoke to the British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden, giving a detailed statement on what he had seen in Warsaw and Bełżec. In 1943 in London he met the journalist Arthur Koestler (author of Darkness at Noon). He then traveled to the United States and reported to President Franklin D. Roosevelt. In July 1943 Karski again personally reported to Roosevelt about the situation in Poland. Karski met with many other government and civic leaders in the United States, including Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter, Cordell Hull, William Joseph Donovan, and Stephen Wise. Frankfurter, skeptical of Karski's report, said later "I did not say that he was lying, I said that I could not believe him. There is a difference."[7] Karski presented his report to media, bishops of various denominations (including Cardinal Samuel Stritch), members of the Hollywood film industry and artists, but without much result. His warning about the Yalta solution and the plight of stateless peoples became an inspiration for the formation of the Office of High Commissioner for Refugees after the war.[8] In 1944 Karski published Courier from Poland: The Story of a Secret State (with a selection featured in Collier's six weeks before the book's publication),[9][10] in which he related his experiences in wartime Poland. The book was a major success (a film of it was planned but never realized) with more than 400,000 copies sold alone in the United States up to the end of World War II.[citation needed]

    Please have a look at the bio of this brave and commited person:
    Jan Karski
  • Brussels gravy train like last days of Rome: EU MEPs earn up to 740% more than average citizen

    05/26/2013 3:30:50 PM PDT · 14 of 14
    Verdelet to SunkenCiv
    I don't really think that political murders are a way to go in Europe ;)
    It wouldn't solve our problems but rather cause more turmoil. There are more pressing problems we need to solve in the good 'ld Europe.
    When it comes to EP, it's too bad that people there, once they get their EP IDs, they seem to forget that they should care about their countries and about the nations that have elevated the to their position.
  • Former Polish president Lech Walesa cleared of 'hate crime' allegations over gay comments

    03/18/2013 3:57:22 AM PDT · 18 of 18
    Verdelet to dfwgator
    That's because we still are a very conservative nation:)
    Niech zyje Polska!
  • Poland crushes the Islamic invasion of Europe (video)

    02/08/2013 4:22:03 AM PST · 19 of 21
    Verdelet to Matt_DZ_PL
    Few facts about Hussars for you:

    1. During years 1500-1652 Hussars haven't lost any battle they took part in.

    2. Hussars sabre is considered to be the best bladed weapon devised.

    3. Battle at Kircholm was won in few minutes, Hussars charge has crushed Swedish army, after Hussars lured the Swedes into trap. This day, out of 11 000 Swedish soldiers 9 000 have died, Polish army counted only 3 600 soldiers, around 100 of them died (including 13 Towarzyszy Husarskich eng. Hussars)

    4. On 11 of June 1694, in the Battle of Hodowo, Polish army consisted of 400 Hussars, their enemies, Tatars appeared on the battlefield in a huge number of 40 000. This means that for every single Hussar there were 100 Tatars. Nevertheless, Polish Hussars won this batlle.

    5. In the Battle of Kłuszyn, 7000 Polish soldiers (5500 Hussars) won against 35 000 of Russians. The disproportion of forces was so big that several Hussars divisions (Chorągiew) had to charge on the Russians 10 times!

    6. Hussars horses costed a lot of money, one horse could cost several villages or 66 kg of silver, they were rather light but tough horses from eastern races mixed with polish horses. After it's training, the horse was ready for battle at the age of 7. One of the skills these animals were taught was sudden turn in gallop (part of Hussars deadly tactic). Selling such horse or giving it away, outside of Polish-Lithuanian borders, was punished with death.

    7. Hussar could empale with his lance 3,4 or even 5 enemies at one time, there is a knwon example of Lithuanian Hussar who empaled 6 Muscovites.

    8. During battle around 5% of Hussars died in worst case, but the number of dead Hussars horses was much bigger. During the charge even if the horse was shot it was still running crushing enemy lines. That's where the legend of "Immortal Hussars Horses" comes from.

    9. Longest Hussars Lances where up to 6,2 meters long.

    10. Hussars metal plate armor was sometimes able to stop muskets bullet.

    11. Mercenaries that have signed in to many armies in Europe agreed to join army under restriction, that their new commanders won't lead them to fight against Hussars.

    12. Most deadly weapons of Hussars were their training and morale. It was an elite unit, that did not really receive much money for protecting their Fatherland. Their real strenght was in their brotherhood. They had a saying "If heaven falls on us, we will hold it with our lances"

    13. During The Battle of Vienna, allied forces stopped their attack on Turkish forces to watch and admire the charge of Polish Hussars.
  • What's the Difference between Socialists and Communists?

    12/19/2012 5:00:55 AM PST · 23 of 23
    Verdelet to Reaganite Republican
    Zagląda­li do kufrów, zagląda­li do waliz,
    nie zaj­rze­li do du­py - tam miałem soc­ja­lizm.

    Czesław Miłosz - Polish poet, eseist, Nobel Prize winner

    I'll do my best to translate it into English.

    They looked into my trunks, they looked into my suitcases,
    They didn't look into my ass - that's where I had (what I thought about) socialism.
  • Poland against new UN internet 'censorship threat'

    11/30/2012 2:34:19 AM PST · 32 of 34
    Verdelet to Cronos; Sam Gamgee; dfwgator
    I'm sorry I can't reply to this topic as often as I would like to, but it's mostly due to time difference and workload I have;)

    It's amazing how totalitarian regimes find it easy to target minorities and blame them for governments inadequacies.
    Nazis did it, Commies did it, Sino-Commies did it, every muslim teocratic regime did it.
  • Poland against new UN internet 'censorship threat'

    11/29/2012 12:24:27 AM PST · 15 of 34
    Verdelet to Sam Gamgee
    Poland has really come a long way as a nation. From a Jew hating oppressive state prior to and during the Nazi years, and a freedom crushing state under the Russians, to a pro-life pro-free speech pro-capitalist nation it is now.

    I can't agree with you, Poland has been a place where people of different believes found their refugee for hundreds of years. Please read this:
    "From the beginning of its statehood, different religion coexisted in Poland. In the 16th and 17th centuries, Poland was famous for its unique religious tolerance reasserted by the Statute of Kalisz (1264) and the Warsaw Confederation (1573)."
  • White House Insists No Apology Required for Polish Death Camp Remarks

    06/05/2012 2:31:30 AM PDT · 18 of 18
    Verdelet to John Semmens
    but the Polish Government did nothing to stop them

    The only Polish Government back then was the Polish Government on Exile operating from... UK

    I wonder if such sentences are sign of pure stupidity or acts of historical revisionism, ignorance or lack of education?
  • Court Rules Against Russia in Katyn Massacre Case

    04/21/2012 7:43:18 AM PDT · 21 of 28
    Verdelet to robowombat
    "Nasz naród jak lawa Z wierzchu zimna i twarda, sucha i plugawa Lecz wewnętrznego ognia sto lat nie wyziębi" it took 70 years...
  • 'Jihad' banner puts club in a spot (Brotherhood Through Sports, Warsaw Edition)

    10/02/2011 12:10:32 PM PDT · 7 of 8
    Verdelet to WPaCon
    "Jihad" means "going", "following" the way of God.
    When it comes to such a commie club as Hapoel... Well, let's face it, Hapoel has hammer and sickle in their logo, CWKS Legia Warszawa don't...
    No matter how much I hate Legia (this is internal struggle) I'd always support them in such a match.
  • Polish soldiers captured Taliban commander Abdul Manan

    05/20/2011 11:12:53 AM PDT · 9 of 11
    Verdelet to Berlin_Freeper
    That same day, thanks to intelligence information, a weapons and ammunition depo was located in the Koghani District

    For me it sounds like they waterboarded the bastard ;)
  • Polish soldiers captured Taliban commander Abdul Manan

    05/20/2011 10:43:00 AM PDT · 1 of 11
    The link is in Polish unfortunately, but the thread has been translated.

    Mulla Abdul Manan has been on JPEL list (A so-called "JPEL-list" (Joint Priority Effects List) indicates who will be included in the "c" (capture) category and who will be listed in the "k" (kill) section)
    Operation has taken place on 17/18 of May by 49th Task Force which includes GROM soldiers.

    Among many acts of terrorism Abdul Manan was ressponsible for kidnaping South Korean volounteers in Andar district in 2007.
    This led to partial withdrawal of South Korean forces.

  • Musings from Prague, Why I love being Catholic - Vanity {Catholic/Orthodox Caucus}

    04/26/2011 5:34:29 AM PDT · 10 of 20
    Verdelet to Cronos
    Hey Cronos!!! Lovely article you've written, too bad this Easter I was at work all the time, didn't really have time to focus on the subject of our Lords ressurection, at least I managed to go back home for a while and go for a mass with my Mom (same way we do every year) ;)
    Wesołych Świąt to you and your wife!
  • U.S. Estimates Poland Has 300 Years Worth of Shale Gas

    04/08/2011 4:00:57 AM PDT · 6 of 15
    Verdelet to Cronos
    Międzymorze is a good idea, however we have to face facts... Lithuania is a member of EU and a civilised, respected country, no problem there, especially since polish minority has some voice in Lithuanian government (vide:
    But look at Belarus and Ukraine, Janukovych is a pro-Russian president, under his rule, Ukraine has taken "Russian course" not the "European" one. Eastern part of Ukraine which is richer and more "civilised" is pro-Russian and ruled by pro-Russian oligarchs.
    Łukaszenka is just an anti-Polish scum running on Putins leash, you heard what he is doing to Polish minority in Belarus?
    Once he wanted to rebel against Putin but got a slap on the wrist and has been quiet since the (vide:

    Unless these things change, we really should stick to Dmowskis ideas ;)
  • Historic Polish synagogue rededicated

    04/08/2011 3:49:44 AM PDT · 2 of 10
    Verdelet to Cronos
    Small correction, last and final partition happend in 1795, so Poland disappeared from maps for 123 years ;)
    just my two cents...

    BTW, Zamość is a beautiful city, been there several times
  • Russia warns Poland on hosting US jets

    12/17/2010 5:06:14 AM PST · 15 of 19
    Verdelet to Conservative Tsunami
    You didn't read the article, did you?