Poland returns status to cities affected by "Russian tsarist repressions"


The Polish media comment on the call of the Russian ambassador to the country's Foreign Ministry. Recall that a representative of the so-called Eastern Department spoke with the ambassador, declaring about "the inadmissibility of the statements made by Vladimir Putin about Poland’s guilt in aiding Hitler Germany."


Against this background, the largest Polish newspaper Rzeczpospolita comes out with remarkable material regarding the assignment of urban status to 4 settlements of the country. Why is this material remarkable?

The fact is that in Poland they literally announced the following:

Four settlements (Charvinsk nad Vistula, Lututuv, Piontek and Klimontow) lost their right to be called cities as a result of repressions of tsarist Russia for helping the rebels during the famous uprising (1863).

In Poland, this rebellion is called January.

From the material:

Cities will regain their status after a century and a half. Their inhabitants never forgot about the harm done by tsarist Russia and the greatness of these cities.

It is noted that Charvinsk is a “special city for Poland”, as it is associated with the Battle of Grunwald in 1410.

The very statement that the cities “suffered from the Russian tsarist repression” and still could not again become settlements with urban status seems to be ridiculous. If Poland thinks so, then what prevented official Warsaw from returning the status of cities to these settlements earlier, rather than waiting for decades to end? ..

In fact, all these statements fit into the unified policy of the Polish authorities, based on such a pillar as Russophobia.
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  1. midshipman 28 December 2019 13: 50 New
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    It is interesting, and when we present Poland with demands to compensate for the damage from the Polish troops robbing Russia as part of Napoleon’s armies. And there were more than 100 thousand sabers there. And also for the robbery of Russian lands during the period of unrest in 1612
    1. rich 28 December 2019 14: 22 New
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      Good day, Yuri Grigoryevich. I wish you success and good health in the coming year.
      Napoleon, who invaded Russia in 1812, had 120 thousand Poles - every fifth soldier and officer of the "Great Army" was attacked by the Raevsky Battery precisely from the Polish lancers, which are "with motley badges." In modern Poland, for some reason, they do not like to remember that the battle of Borodino was essentially a battle between the Russians and the Poles. Napoleon brought 55000 Poles to the battlefield, 26000 of whom fell in battle. Of the 120 thousand Poles who went on a Russian campaign, only a little more than 14 thousand returned. The rest received "their well-deserved allotment of Russian land" in one and a half arshin
      But presenting Poland with a claim for this is now unlikely to succeed. The "Pious" Emperor Alexander 1 bestowed upon the surviving Poles the "Highest Christian forgiveness," and Poland itself the constitution
      1. Den717 28 December 2019 15: 05 New
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        Another confirmation that the "Europe of the first speed" has always treated the Poles as a consumable. And the Poles today consider it an honor to give their lives for other people's unknown interests. For our part, they deserve nothing but contempt. And the meeting of our ambassador with the Foreign Ministry official of the tenth rank only postpones the opportunity to start at least some kind of dialogue. After such a meeting, our ambassador needs to wash his hands for a long time .... And the photo without a signature on Instagram
        1. cat Rusich 29 December 2019 23: 41 New
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          Let us recall the participation of the Poles in Napoleon’s Spanish campaign and their participation in the suppression of the (unsuccessful) uprising in Haiti, on the French side. And on the side of the Ottoman Empire in the war of 1877-78, the Poles fought with the Russian Empire.
      2. VeteranVSSSR 28 December 2019 17: 30 New
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        Dear, Rich, I almost agree with you, but the dates bother me. Especially the battle of Borodino ... Purely historical, and in what year or year did this defeat begin to be compared to victory? M.Yu. Lermontava, as an example not to give? Connoisseurs ... time !!!
        1. Smoke 29 December 2019 00: 55 New
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          and with what fright Borodino became a defeat?) oh yes the custodians said that they took some provincial town of maskva after that ... well, Smolensk was also given ... but the results and consequences of the battle of Borodino were very sad for Napoleon and very good for the Russian army
          1. trump 3 January 2020 16: 16 New
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            And what is a victory? In fact, they were running like hares from Napoleon, they took them to death .... and not military valor
        2. ShiSh 29 December 2019 04: 14 New
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          Monsher, your question doesn’t matter much whether the teacher of the gymnasium Naumenko in 1820 introduced the concept of the “Tatar yoke” to the question of the existence of this yoke. Borodino from a tactical loss was a great strategic victory as an objective reality already to the battles near Maloyarsavets, when Napoleon realized that he didn’t have enough gunpowder to make his way to Ukraine, and the new Russian militia was not afraid of his Polish lancers. And the last argument of the king, his valiant artillery does not have enough gunpowder. However, near Berezina, they finally flashed skill by suppressing Russian batteries and ensuring the crossing of the French. That is why Borodino was the victory of Russian weapons.
          1. volodimer 30 December 2019 20: 47 New
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            That is, if a chess player sacrificing pieces ... wins, then we should not honor him, because he lost the whole war ... and only the unfortunate position that developed at the very end did not allow another chess player to win ... Well, of course, so what that MAT, but the second had more pieces, and he chopped left and right ... And the gunpowder ... well, there wasn’t enough, there wasn’t ... And if there was gunpowder (the second queen, for example), then he would pile everything up. .. And Berezina, so ask the French about this name (for them it is a synonym for failure, not skill), for Russians it is certainly not a synonym for failure, Napoleon escaped from there, so you are not running from fate. We look at the articles from the History section. hi
    2. TermNachTer 28 December 2019 15: 17 New
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      And why should proud Psheks not “roll out” Germany for the occupation and genocide of the Poles in the 12th – 13th centuries? Chic option - I think it will work.
    3. trump 28 December 2019 15: 31 New
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      And what was there to rob in Russia, not long ago those days of the former Mongol ulus? It was Russia that was dragging everything from Poland that could be done: libraries, the University of Warsaw was stolen and equipment was exported to Rostov in 1915. The Moscow ulus was Europeanized, adorned with Polish culture - we must remember this to the descendants of the ulus
      1. Galina schreder 28 December 2019 15: 54 New
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        So why did they attack in 1812 if there was nothing in Russia?
        1. trump 28 December 2019 17: 46 New
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          The ulus climbed into Poland and hosted it and had to .... but so actually try to remember, for example, where did the typography come to you from, where did Fedorov learn this, in the ulus, right? Musical European culture from the ulus, too, probably? Itd etc. Well, sometimes use the Internet, even in Russian there is some literature ..... From me here, as I see it, one benefit is education
          1. Andy 29 December 2019 00: 03 New
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            nothing but stink from you
          2. Mordvin 3 29 December 2019 01: 51 New
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            Quote: trump
            Ulus climbed into Poland and hosted, so he had to ....

            From under the master's stick means they climbed to us?
            1. Catfish 29 December 2019 02: 25 New
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              Hi Vladimir! And they always turned red in one place, there is such a skin disease when a person does not comply with basic hygiene. And then a whole nation, and categorically do not want to be treated. And sometimes it comes to frank insanity, well, like this statement about the "status of cities." After all, there are also reasonable, decent people there, but for the most part, for some reason, that which is "lighter than water" always floats to the surface. request
              1. Mordvin 3 29 December 2019 02: 37 New
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                Quote: Sea Cat
                And they always turned red in one place, there is such a skin disease when a person does not comply with basic hygiene.

                At first they gather as a crowd, and then begins: “I am not me, the hut is not mine ...” Napoleon forced the wickedness, so in Russia there is nothing to take, they, on the contrary, usually brought us culture and enlightenment. And this figure also enlightens us here, it turns out .. request
                1. Catfish 29 December 2019 05: 50 New
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                  He believes that sitting in his Polish ulus has the right to do so. laughing These arrogant guys were always ruined by their self-confidence in their own infallibility. It will ruin these. The history of Poland has always been the same with regular cycles, but they do not notice this and are constantly blowing into their annoying tune. You don’t need to argue with him, let yourself ...
                  1. trump 3 January 2020 16: 35 New
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                    And what Poland was also almost 350 years under the Mongols? Do you think that in Europe they stood on all fours before the Asian rulers? In Russian, it’s called to beat the brow - petition, to see that the head was so threshed that all the brains were raised
                    1. Catfish 3 January 2020 16: 57 New
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                      Stanislav, I didn’t drink the Brudershaft with you, you want to talk, keep yourself in the bounds of decency. I also drank today, as, indeed, yesterday, but I’m not going to be rude to you.
                      To link the Tatar yoke with the eternal Polish question, this is already on the topic "in the elderberry garden, and in Kiev, uncle."
                      One of the Germans once said: "Big battalions are always right." It’s not my fault that Germany and Russia battalions, in terms of quantity and quality, always turned out to be bigger and better than Poland. request
                      1. trump 3 January 2020 17: 24 New
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                        Well, do you look at “decency” from the Russian side, then you will understand everything, but in general, you suggest that you drive everything into one goal (Polish)? But the ulus is mentioned above in the topic, as a statement that in the then Muscovy the possibilities of robbery were minimal, then libraries, musical instruments (of the Asian type were generally uninteresting, for example, domra (or dombra - I I confuse which Russian and which Asian, but the first comes from the second, balalaika, etc.)) and other valuable things. Some of your clever men offer some compensation for the alleged Polish robbery in post-Mongol Muscovy, but in fact it is Russia who will have to compensate for the robberies, a person does not understand what he is talking about.
                        Look for the sake of interest "West: Why did medieval Europe need universities"

                        https://www.rsl.ru/ru/events/afisha/lections/arzamas-universities

                        Pay attention to the photo Astronomical Collection. Krakow, 1422-1424. Latin language RSL Manuscripts Department

                        Do you think that the tome ended up in Russia in a legal way? And why should the heirs of the ulus have a foreign medieval university culture to which you have absolutely nothing to do, and even in Latin?
                      2. Catfish 3 January 2020 17: 59 New
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                        You know, if at least something seriously hurt me here, I would dig you a bunch of examples about how the Poles from Russia rubbed everything that they didn’t get to themselves. But I don’t see the point. Poland is a state meaningless, and precisely because of its geographical location. And the “Leopards” are standing there in the pits, or the “Almaty” have no significant effect on its essence, sorry for the tautology. Happy New Year, by the way. hi
                      3. trump 3 January 2020 18: 04 New
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                        Yes, this also doesn’t especially hurt me, taking into account how you used your heads 350 years in a row, there is also an opinion that the Eurasian is a dead end branch of human development (50% of Russians have an Asian gene - this is what genetics claims), of course, and you happy New Year
      2. Alex Justice 29 December 2019 09: 24 New
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        Musical European culture from the ulus, too, probably?

        Music has no boundaries. By the way, it was the Russian composers who had a huge impact on contemporary classical music.
  2. dmmyak40 28 December 2019 16: 11 New
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    Guys, don't answer, don't feed the troll! You can immediately see who dumped his opus.
    1. trump 28 December 2019 17: 59 New
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      Well, why hysteria? I suggest a discussion, an exchange of opinions, I don’t like it - don’t read, by the way, you don’t understand the meaning of the word troll, my data and statements can be easily checked, for example, on the Internet, because I don’t compose, probably because of your hysteria ... take care yourself and your weak nerves, health to you in the new year
  3. Piramidon 28 December 2019 17: 24 New
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    Quote: trump
    This was Russia dragging everything from Poland that could be

    Oh, Donald, (trump) I don’t recognize you on the avatar. Have you lost your photo? I give it.

    Well, we are used to the fact that you are trying to pour your feces on us.
    1. trump 28 December 2019 17: 40 New
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      And what stool? type, for example, and google the history of the Rostov University, or Warsaw, if it is a type of bowel movement, then yours are used to saying .... noon
      1. Piramidon 28 December 2019 18: 23 New
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        Quote: trump
        And what stool? Type, for example, and google

        That's just the last time on the Internet that your Russophobian Polish shit is already over the edge. You, the gentry, have always considered yourself superhuman.
      2. Sergej1972 28 December 2019 18: 25 New
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        It was an imperial university, most of the teachers and students of the University of Warsaw were not Poles by nationality.
        1. ArhipenkoAndrey 29 December 2019 05: 48 New
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          But I don’t like it because in Soviet times they didn’t tell the truth to the Pshekam, and three tankmen and a dog defeated all the Nazis, and now Putin took off his pink glasses and how the pans got excited, they studied from Soviet textbooks and there wasn’t a word about it.
        2. trump 3 January 2020 16: 12 New
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          Oh, the imperial one, which existed on Polish money, and in one place your imperial ......, in Poland, universities have existed since the 14th century, and no Asian emperors were needed for this
  • Den717 28 December 2019 15: 31 New
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    I would like to ask you, as an experienced person, in what instances do you want to bring such a lawsuit? Who, at least theoretically, can support him? You understand perfectly well that the only court can take this lawsuit into consideration - a tribunal after we have taken at least Warsaw. What is the likelihood of such an event? And at the onset of this event, will anyone be involved as a defendant? Indeed, according to the established tradition, at our entrance to Poland, their leadership urgently crosses foreign borders
  • NF68 28 December 2019 15: 54 New
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    Quote: midshipman
    It is interesting, and when we present Poland with demands to compensate for the damage from the Polish troops robbing Russia as part of Napoleon’s armies. And there were more than 100 thousand sabers there. And also for the robbery of Russian lands during the period of unrest in 1612


    This does not count. Poles, like horses, all owed something or were guilty of something.
  • PSih2097 28 December 2019 19: 01 New
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    Quote: midshipman
    And also for the robbery of Russian lands during the period of unrest in 1612

    Well, given that sitting in a siege in the Kremlin instead of buckshot they loaded gold and silver coins into guns, then the claims will be very large ...
    Quote: Piramidon
    Oh, Donald, (trump) I don’t recognize you on the avatar. Have you lost your photo? I give it.

    Trump translated from English is a tramp, a trump card.
    More options:
    Trump is a card game.
    Trump is a glossy magazine.
    Trump is an Australian thoroughbred horse.
    Trump - a vessel that does not work on certain voyages; the flight of such a vessel.

    So it’s not a fact that Donald drew ...
  • orlec 29 December 2019 08: 54 New
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    Come on, present, do not forget to present Mongolia, Turkey, France, Sweden)))
  • Alien From 28 December 2019 13: 53 New
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    "" In fact, all these statements fit into the unified policy of the Polish authorities, based on such a pillar as Russophobia. "" After such statements, I wish the panam more thick birches and meet Ivan Susanin !!!!
    1. Piramidon 28 December 2019 14: 07 New
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      Quote: Alien From
      In fact, all these statements fit into the unified policy of the Polish authorities

      The Polish authorities are just a small pebble into the general dump of the Russophobian war unleashed against us by the collective West. Unfortunately (wrap urapatrioty) we turned out to be ABSOLUTELY NOT READY for such a war. The global multimedia space is 99% controlled by our opponents. Try to object. Our little thing, such as RT does not count.
      1. Alien From 28 December 2019 14: 12 New
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        I allow myself to completely agree with you!)
      2. Fitter65 28 December 2019 14: 14 New
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        Quote: Piramidon
        Unfortunately (wrap urapatrioty) we turned out to be ABSOLUTELY NOT READY for such a war

        Well, if you really weren’t ready, and even now the willingness to fight such aggression is slightly above zero, if Putin hadn’t said about the guilt of Pansky Poland in aiding Hitler, they would have sat below the grass, quieter than water ...
      3. demo 28 December 2019 14: 16 New
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        Or your demand to “minus” was not taken seriously.
        Or the "minus" the Christmas began.
        1. Piramidon 28 December 2019 14: 19 New
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          Quote: demo
          Or your demand to “minus” was not taken seriously.
          Or the "minus" the Christmas began.

          Maybe UM got it request
          1. demo 28 December 2019 14: 19 New
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            That is unlikely.
          2. Alien From 28 December 2019 14: 34 New
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            This is not the level of citizens to use MIND .....
            1. rich 28 December 2019 15: 08 New
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              Yes, and the "mind" they have exclusively collective laughing
      4. sabakina 28 December 2019 15: 06 New
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        Piramidon (Stepan. Russia), most of all I agree with you. But we are not an empire, so it’s too early to shed tears.
      5. Thrifty 28 December 2019 15: 07 New
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        Stepan hi I can add that Russia has NEVER been ready for more than one war ... BUT I managed to win almost all of these wars! !!!
        1. Piramidon 29 December 2019 03: 30 New
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          Quote: Thrifty
          Russia NEVER was ready for a single war ... BUT I managed to win almost all of these wars! !!!

          Yes, but what price did you have to pay for it?
      6. Den717 28 December 2019 15: 18 New
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        The war you are talking about has been waged against us since the time of Ivan 4. I do not understand what you mean by readiness for such a war. Yes, the truth about events is often difficult to sell through lies piled up by the enemy. But it cannot be otherwise. This is the dialectic of human development. And the fact that most of the space under the control of Western media is also natural. But only not 99%. But only the territory of the USA and the EU. You will notice that Russia in itself is already 10% of land. And also SEA, and much more, where there are media. And RT has a serious segment of popularity in foreign countries ... You should not bury your country ahead of time, even if it is difficult.
      7. dmmyak40 29 December 2019 00: 16 New
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        A trifle, I agree, but you need to start small. A drop is sharpening a stone. Work is underway, and information 100% now can not be concealed well. He who seeks will find it. A fool, and it is not necessary.
  • rocket757 28 December 2019 14: 01 New
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    Poland returns status to cities affected by "Russian tsarist repressions"

    So how's the "haberdasher"? All he is so injured, exhausted and asks to give him ... suffering, it seems?
    Or is he all such a “partner” bouncing around the cardinal ???
    It seems like jumping, it's contagious! Do all those who start to rub around the cardinal have the same disease manifests itself, biting?
    1. bouncyhunter 28 December 2019 14: 12 New
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      Vitya soldier
      Quote: rocket757
      the same disease manifests itself, biting?

      For some reason, fleas were immediately remembered ... wink
      1. rocket757 28 December 2019 14: 30 New
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        Quote: bouncyhunter
        For some reason, fleas were immediately remembered ...

        OUR people are WONDERFUL!
        Those. notices everything and gives exact characteristics \ names !!!
        It seems that the panov with their Wishlist and ambition rode to the point that they resembled a louse in a frying pan when a fire was lit under it!
        That's right, big ... cardinal, he is there, behind a curse, and they irritate their neighbors \ anger, no longer childish !!! You’ll drop in, there’s why. There are enough people who want to start a fire under their frying pan and it becomes MORE!
        1. bouncyhunter 28 December 2019 14: 32 New
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          Quote: rocket757
          There are enough people who want to start a fire under their frying pan and it becomes MORE!

          I, with a flamethrower, have already taken the turn, if that ... repeat
          1. rocket757 28 December 2019 14: 50 New
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            Quote: bouncyhunter
            I, with a flamethrower, have already taken the turn, if that ...

            I think there is without us there, fry them sirloin!
          2. sabakina 28 December 2019 15: 11 New
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            Pasha! No flamethrowers, enough swamps. Oh yes, you have almost drained them .... Well, nothing, I went here recently, our swamps are in place. so if anything, send them to ... me. I will bring them to "Muscovy." wink
    2. Lelek 28 December 2019 14: 12 New
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      Quote: rocket757
      All he is so injured, exhausted and asks to give him ... suffering, it seems?

      hi Victor
      This is precisely the prelude to the next action of the “Polish hyena” - invoicing for imperial Russia to trample such a tender and vulnerable “national Polish feeling”. Well, a hyena is a hyena, and there’s only one conversation with her - “shit, fuck!” bully
      1. rocket757 28 December 2019 14: 35 New
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        Hi lion soldier
        Quote: Lelek
        Well, a hyena is a hyena, and there’s only one conversation with her - “shit, fuck!”

        More recently, this mongrel tried to open his mouth and growl something! It seems that their "roar", other than jackal yapping is not perceived ... or explained who exactly ???
        That's interesting, and who was so convincing?
        1. Lelek 28 December 2019 19: 32 New
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          Quote: rocket757
          That's interesting, and who was so convincing?


          For the first time, Sir Churchill, and the second time, our "cunningly wise." bully
          1. rocket757 28 December 2019 19: 38 New
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            Quote: Lelek
            For the first time, Sir Churchill, and the second time, our "cunningly wise."

            The bitten stallion who bit the bite understands only the whip!
            the “bitten bit” the Polish-Lithuanian understands ... but he no longer understands anything.
            he was taught so many times, until the very loss of EVERYTHING !!! no lesson suits him for the future.
      2. dmmyak40 29 December 2019 00: 17 New
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        The problem is that a flock of hyenas and lions is torn on rags.
    3. Berber 28 December 2019 14: 13 New
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      Hatred destroys and humiliates in perspective. I recall the notorious phrase: "If God wants to punish, then deprives the mind." This is a diagnosis not only of Poland, but also of some former Soviet republics and Warsaw Pact countries. They became "mongrels" of the West and overslept the fact that Russia is not the same as before, after the collapse of the USSR. And common sense says that you need to build relationships, but the habit of "barking" remains.
      1. rocket757 28 December 2019 14: 42 New
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        Eugene soldier
        Quote: BerBer
        Hatred destroys and humiliates in perspective.

        Hatred is not a creative feeling, as a rule it is finite ... i.e. it all ends BAD!
        Politicians, with rare exceptions, use human vices, feelings, for their own purposes, and when they do not coincide with the goals used! It's like a business, nothing personal ... but used, often, remains in the cold, if it survives at all!
    4. demo 28 December 2019 14: 17 New
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      If the pan is a boob, then the serf is even more so.
      1. rocket757 28 December 2019 14: 45 New
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        Quote: demo
        If the pan is a boob, then the serf is even more so.

        Everything is clear with the serf, he is what his pan wants to see!
        But there, most of them want to pull the pan’s skin on themselves ... although in real life it’s just a herd, which the shepherd skillfully controls the PAN!
  • Reserve buildbat 28 December 2019 14: 05 New
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    But really, what prevented them from assigning the city status to these settlements earlier? Were the stars wrong? laughing
    The small change finally got off the coils and makes itself a clown no worse than the Skakuas d'Ebill (some d'Eberville got it right) laughing
  • HAM
    HAM 28 December 2019 14: 07 New
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    And Marina Mnishek, too, lost that ... because of the fake king?
    The feverish digging in history speaks only of the great stupidity of the “search engines” ... when there is nothing to cover = nonsense will come down ... which
    appears yet, they will not calm down until they finally go crazy.
  • Same lech 28 December 2019 14: 07 New
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    About the uprising of the Poles In 1863, it was already written on the ...
    https://topwar.ru/21424-polskoe-vosstanie-1863-1864-gg-chast-3.html
    I will add that the Poles were not angels with clean hands ... many innocent people died at their hands in those years ... and they got what they deserved from both Field Marshal Suvorov and Governor-General Muravyov.
    And if the Poles will behave today, they will also receive luli from our army.
  • svp67 28 December 2019 14: 09 New
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    What put again recognized cities?
    Well, apparently this:
    Chervinsk nad Wislon (Polish. Czerwińsk nad Wisłą) - rural gmina (volost) in Poland, is included as an administrative unit in the Płoский county, Masovian Voivodeship. Population - 7926 (for 2004).
    For the entire volost, this is with rural settlements - about eight thousand people ...
    Lututuv (Polish. Lututów) - rural gmina (volost) in Poland, included as an administrative unit in the Wieruszów County, Лódз Voivodeship. Population - 4827 people (for 2004).

    Klimontow (Polish. Klimontów) - rural gmina (parish) in Poland, included as an administrative unit in Sandomierz County, ентwiętokrzyskie Voivodeship. Population - 8704 person (for 2004).

    And about Piontek even “Wiki” knows nothing ....
  • knn54 28 December 2019 14: 11 New
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    "Shura, darling, please restore the status quo. Balaganov did not understand what the status quo means. But he was guided by" ... (Golden Calf).
    I can imagine how much they will be upset in Russia if the Poles create 4 voivodships for these cities.
    1. 16329 28 December 2019 15: 40 New
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      If the status quo is restored, then the Privislin provinces are temporarily occupied by Poland (Polish regions of Austria-Hungary and the German Empire) territories of Russia
      By the way, the population of the Privislin provinces was multinational, while Polyakov was about 75%, and Jews were the second most populous, about 15%
      Questions arise about the policies of the Provisional Polish authorities, including foreign policy and participation in military conflicts, from 1916 to 2019, which led to the formation of a practically mono-ethnic state.
  • Lord of the Sith 28 December 2019 14: 14 New
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    How tired of these Polish clowns. If there were tsarist repressions, make claims to members of the royal family, and leave Russia in its present form alone.
  • evgen1221 28 December 2019 14: 22 New
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    What is worth accepting or even starting a discussion of a bill on the hostility of countries to consequences and restrictions? All-shut in an instant, because the purse is more expensive than its own. Well, they will begin to think what to say and do.
  • Sniper 28 December 2019 14: 24 New
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    “Charvinsk nad Vistula, Lututuv, Piontek and Klimontuv .. Cities will regain their status after a century and a half. Their inhabitants have never forgotten about the harm done by tsarist Russia and the greatness of these cities.”

    I am very dissatisfied with my history teacher, who did not say anything about the "greatness" of these cities.))
  • Andrey Chistyakov 28 December 2019 14: 26 New
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    "It is a pity that they did not hear the speech of the head of the transport department" in the person of President Duda. But they "threatened". Wow, now "answer." The candlestick broke.
  • withoutreverse 28 December 2019 14: 27 New
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    interesting .. among the Poles this is a "zrada" or "was it too much?)
    1. tihonmarine 28 December 2019 15: 02 New
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      interesting .. among the Poles is this "zrada" or "was too much trouble?"

      Something happened, but Catherine the Great came and the "zrada" stopped for a century and a half. Smart was the ruler.
  • Jarserge 28 December 2019 14: 29 New
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    Whatever the "child" would have been entertaining .....
  • K-50 28 December 2019 14: 36 New
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    cities “suffered from Russian tsarist repressions” and still could not become settlements with urban status again, it looks ridiculous.

    Like they didn’t live there and didn’t build anything for a hundred years? What were you doing then? belay
    1. tihonmarine 28 December 2019 15: 00 New
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      What were you doing then?

      As always, "uncle will come and uncle will build." But uncle did not come.
  • Ryaruav 28 December 2019 14: 42 New
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    only one option is to split this historically quarrelsome speech again, or at least give the Germans their historical lands if someone blunders about Koenigsberg I can say that during the seven-year war the population of Koenigsberg voted for Russian citizenship
  • Gennady Fomkin 28 December 2019 14: 43 New
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    The head (from 1804) of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the emperor’s favorite, Prince Adam Jerzy Czartoryzhsky (1770–1861) proposed, having gathered all the Polish lands under Russian rule, to push the French Empire back to the Rhine and the Alps laughing In Lithuania, Belarus and Ukraine, the gentry received the rights of the Russian nobility. Unlike Prussia and Austria, where Germanization was unfolding, in the western provinces of Russia the “white bone” occupied a more privileged position, the Polish language remained in the education system, and the remnants of the gentry self-government remained in the administration10.

    Some of the tycoons moved through the Neman to Russian possessions. Poles were governors in the western provinces, they sat in the Russian Senate. Petersburg turned out to be one of the centers of the Polish aristocracy. The gentry sons were enrolled in the cadet corps, and the noblest in the privileged Page Corps, from where the direct road to the guard came. Polish officials and officers grew into the state apparatus of Russia. Poles - Russian subjects, as well as Ostseyts, Caucasians and foreigners in general, were attracted to the Russian army primarily by its power. (In the army of the Duchy of Warsaw in 1808-1809 many Pole officers from the Prussian and Austrian armies moved after their defeat from Napoleon, and very few from the Russian army) laughing
    1. Sergej1972 28 December 2019 18: 38 New
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      I do not agree about the Germanization of the Poles in Austria. In Galicia, Poles were a privileged category of population. The Austrian government (then Cisleitania) always had one or two Poles, and Potocki and Badeni held the posts of Minister-President of Cisleitania.
  • tihonmarine 28 December 2019 14: 58 New
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    Cities will regain their status after a century and a half. Their inhabitants never forgot about the harm done by tsarist Russia and the greatness of these cities.
    Well then, Russia must recognize the cities of Moscow, Smolensk, Velizh and other victims of the Polish intervention "On the harm done by Poland to these cities and residents from 1609 to 1618."
  • Gennady Fomkin 28 December 2019 14: 59 New
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    He sent several legions to the fight against the Vatican. "The Emperor Napoleon was a man with a sense of humor - he sent true Catholic Poles to ... fight the Vatican! And so they went, suh ... and children, what’s funny is! laughing wassat wassat
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      Quote: Gennady Fomkin
      Napoleon was a man with humor; he sent true Catholic Poles to ... fight the Vatican!

      Well, if they already went to the Vatican, then after that “where to send” they will go there.
  • sabakina 28 December 2019 15: 01 New
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    The very statement that the cities "suffered from the Russian tsarist repression" and still could not again become settlements with urban status seems to be ridiculous.
    We have a urban settlement Karavaevo, where Kostroma cows were previously bred crying attached to the city outskirts.
    Secondly. Tell me where to apply for the recognition of Susanine swamps with an ocean with a triangle? If someone does not know, then we also have our own triangle. Ivanovo-Kostroma-Yaroslavl: 100-100-80. wink
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  • 75 Sergey 28 December 2019 15: 19 New
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    And what about the aggression of the Commonwealth?
  • anjey 28 December 2019 15: 28 New
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    Poland returns status to cities affected by "Russian tsarist repressions"
    Return panov status and nationality to the German cities of Danzig and Breslau, together with the regions of Silesia and Pomerania, acquired through the "Soviet occupation", political ideas, laughing .
    1. cniza 28 December 2019 16: 22 New
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      They come to the conclusion that it will not only have to be returned.
      1. anjey 28 December 2019 16: 32 New
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        Warsaw as part of the Russian Empire ??? laughing
        1. cniza 28 December 2019 16: 59 New
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          Yes, to share it with Germany and let them blather from under the shops, but this is a joke, though there is a truth in every joke ... lol
  • NF68 28 December 2019 15: 53 New
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    Remember the knights of the Teutonic and Livonian orders. They, too, handed out the back of the head to you from the whole dksha.
  • Pied Piper 28 December 2019 15: 58 New
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    What they just can’t invent, if only to humiliate the Russians and poison hehe
  • cniza 28 December 2019 16: 21 New
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    If Poland thinks so, then what prevented official Warsaw from returning the status of cities to these settlements earlier, rather than waiting for decades to expire ?.


    Could have done this 100 years ago, what were they waiting for?
    1. Terenin 28 December 2019 23: 16 New
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      If Poland thinks so, then what prevented official Warsaw from returning the status of cities to these settlements earlier, rather than waiting for decades to expire ?.


      Could have done this 100 years ago, what were they waiting for?


      Yes, everything is simple, like "fish on ice"

  • Ros 56 28 December 2019 16: 41 New
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    Poles sometimes remind me of finished imbeciles, whose place is in the fool.
  • gurzuf 28 December 2019 16: 45 New
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    I think that Psheks will eventually bring all this to reparations from Russia. There is no point in arguing.
  • RoTTor 28 December 2019 16: 57 New
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    The Poles seem to especially hate everyone, even themselves. This is an infection that has passed on to former subjects
    Phantom pains of the past, superseded by the medieval grandeur of the Porspolita Speech in acute form.
    And understanding that such will NEVER happen again.
    Hence the envy in Russia.
  • Fantazer911 28 December 2019 17: 36 New
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    Poles went to Russia more than once and robbed, destroyed the violence, drove them into slavery, and how Russia opened the archives so Poland remembered when she was an innocent girl, and when
    her all and sundry danced against Russia is this normal?
    Poland is not a nation, but an artificial underdeveloped intellect of a primitive man with an affected brain gyrus that never became sinuous!
  • Kibl 28 December 2019 18: 11 New
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    The pans' abomination is all puffing and puffing. Recall the Russian ambassador and close the border!
  • rotkiv04 28 December 2019 18: 26 New
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    Psheki is a non-donation, it was not necessary to save them from destruction
  • Gennady Fomkin 28 December 2019 18: 56 New
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    Alexander I dreamed of making Poland a testing ground for constitutional reform in Russia. He created a separate Kingdom of Poland on Polish lands and granted him a constitution. Thus, the all-Russian autocrat was a limited monarch in Poland. In Russian Poland (in contrast to Prussian and Austrian) there was an elected diet, its own administration, finances and army. This went on from 1815 to 1830. : Let the Poles govern themselves, and they will destroy themselves. Otto von Bismarck. laughing
  • Gennady Fomkin 28 December 2019 19: 08 New
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    Among the historical sources devoted to the theme of the Polish uprising of 1863-64 extremely interesting document - a fragment of the book of German Chancellor Otto von Bismarck, "Thoughts and Memories" (vol. 1, Ch. 15) - "Alfelsleben Convention". Oleg Airapetov's work “The Situation in the Kingdom of Poland and the Polish Uprising of 1863-1864”, previously published on the Western Russia website a quote from Bismarck’s memoirs is given: “Among those who strove to fraternize, the Russians were more honest; the Polish nobility and the clergy hardly believed in the success of these aspirations or took it into account as a specific goal. It is unlikely that at least one Pole saw something more in fraternity than a tactical move aimed at deceiving the gullible Russians as long as it seemed necessary or useful. ”We Germans would be able, in his opinion, to Germanize (?) Polish regions, we have the means to that, for the German people are more cultured than the Polish. The Russian man does not feel the superiority needed to dominate the Poles; it should be limited to the minimum of the Polish population, which allows a geographical location, that is, to the border along the Vistula and Warsaw, as a bridge bridge. -Otto von Bismarck.
  • 75 Sergey 28 December 2019 19: 18 New
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    Poland objects to the imperial ambitions of the Commonwealth.
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  • Aleks2048 28 December 2019 19: 46 New
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    The very statement that the cities "suffered from the Russian tsarist repression" and still could not again become settlements with urban status seems to be ridiculous.

    Well, why ... If in the newly-made cities they live mainly homosexuals, it is not surprising that they have been trying for so long to breed from the status of villages into cities. lol
  • vblotov 28 December 2019 20: 07 New
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    Why only Napoleon? And the Polish invasion of the 17th century and the support of all False Dmitriyevs, when they destroyed almost the entire population of Moscow, robbed all the cities and reached right up to Kostroma, took Smolensk by storm, destroying the majority of the population. Besieged Pskov and destroyed everything around. They took the Great Luke by storm, where there was almost no population left. The Ukrainian Cossacks of the hetman Sagaidachny participated in the looting and destruction of the southern cities of Russia. And during the Polish invasion of 1919, how many Russians were destroyed in Polish camps?
  • BOB044 28 December 2019 22: 29 New
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    Putin correctly spoke about the role of the Polish leadership on cooperation with Hitler. And how this truth excited Poland. They do not like it when they are told such a truth.
    1. ArhipenkoAndrey 29 December 2019 05: 44 New
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      But I don’t like it because in Soviet times they didn’t tell the truth to the Pshekam, and three tankmen and a dog defeated all the Nazis, and now Putin took off his pink glasses and how the pans got excited, they studied from Soviet textbooks and there wasn’t a word about it.
  • Terenin 28 December 2019 23: 13 New
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    Cities will regain their status after a century and a half. Their inhabitants never forgot about the harm done by tsarist Russia and the greatness of these cities. It is noted that Charvinsk is a “special city for Poland”

    Yes, what do we need !? request Even though you call the whole of Poland “The Greatest City under the Sun”, this does not affect the strength of the Russian strike no
  • Terenin 28 December 2019 23: 31 New
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    Quote: sabakina
    Tell me where to apply for the recognition of Susanine swamps with an ocean with a triangle? If someone does not know, then we also have our own triangle. Ivanovo-Kostroma-Yaroslavl: 100-100-80

    Vyacheslav hi You cannot compare any triangles or oceans with such Russian beauty ...

  • Ivanushka 29 December 2019 04: 29 New
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    We have a surprisingly toothless and miserable foreign policy. Instead of advancing, and there are more than enough reasons, we only do what we break. It is necessary to persecute Lavrov, who does not know history and therefore does not know how to object, and Putin, who himself spoils the great past of our country. What, then, to speak of psheks?
  • ArhipenkoAndrey 29 December 2019 05: 39 New
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    So Russia needs to take a fine for the looting by the pshek of Moscow in 1612.
  • na.konfetky 29 December 2019 12: 49 New
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    While the politics of Poland will be led by arrogant nonsense, the tradition will be alive with large incomprehensions to divide its territory. This and Germany will confirm.
  • Fedya Fortochkin 29 December 2019 17: 50 New
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    D ... s, fucking ...
  • zenitovets 29 December 2019 22: 10 New
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    Poland raves about the former power of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. In medicine, this is called phantom pain, when the leg was already amputated, and the pain remained. trusting in distant allies. In 17, Poland and Britain were allies of Poland, all help was limited to the bombing of Germany ... with leaflets, in the amount of either 1939, or 12 tons. And the fighting against them began in 16 - Ardennes breakthrough, for which was Dunkirk and the surrender of France ... But the Poles have a short memory ...