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Warsaw reacted to a Russian survey on the attitude of Russians to Poland

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When Russians think about the problems of Russian-Polish relations, questions often come to their minds stories... At the same time, half of Russian citizens assess them as negative.


As the Polish edition Rzeczpospolita writes, this follows from the research of the Levada Center, conducted in Russia by order of the Center for Polish-Russian Dialogue and Accord.

50 percent of Russians consider the relationship between Russia and Poland negative. Of these, 37 percent define them as unfriendly, and another 12 percent as hostile. One quarter considers them neutral. 10 percent assess Russian-Polish relations as friendly.

This situation is largely determined by the difference in views on the common history between the citizens of the Russian Federation and the Poles.

The head of the Center, Ernest Vytsishkevich, believes that the majority of Russians share the way of thinking of Vladimir Putin about history and foreign policy. In his opinion, assessing the history of their relations with Poland, they express views based on nationalism, for which the imperial form of Russian statehood is the starting point.

Former President of Poland Aleksandr Kwasniewski stated in one of his interviews that there is no hope of improving relations with Russia in the near future:

We will be dealing with Vladimir Putin for a long time, and his attitude towards Poland is ingrained, and, unfortunately, it is negative.
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  1. NIKN
    NIKN 16 July 2020 13: 20
    25
    Ernest Vytsishkevich believes that most Russians share Vladimir Putin's way of thinking about history and foreign policy.

    What is so? Our historical roots are deeper.
    Take deeper, gentlemen, where is the vodka, bear, balalaika ...?
    1. Uncle lee
      Uncle lee 16 July 2020 13: 26
      32
      Warsaw reacted
      What did you, gentlemen, think? Debt good turn deserves another ! Shorten your Russophobia and then we'll see ...
      1. Basil50
        Basil50 16 July 2020 13: 59
        28
        You can remember when the Poles gritted their teeth but did not bark towards RUSSIA and RUSSIAN PEOPLE from 1947 to Valencia.
        The history of the Poles is interesting in terms of studying the corruption of an entire nation through Catholicization.
        That’s a paradox, they prepared the whole country as * the main expert of Russophobia * and take offense at dislike.
        By the way, among Germans, Baltic Poles hate almost without exception.
        1. Tatyana
          Tatyana 16 July 2020 15: 30
          17
          Yes, Putin has nothing to do with it!
          The Poles themselves are to blame with their "greatness"!
          1. venik
            venik 16 July 2020 20: 10
            13
            Quote: Tatiana
            Yes, Putin has nothing to do with it!
            The Poles themselves are to blame with their "greatness"!

            ========
            It’s unpleasant to say, because I myself am 1/4 Pole, but you are absolutely RIGHT! Polish "ambition" is already a "parable in tongues". As the saying goes: "little ones are bigger than the cucumber itself"! request This is said about the Poles !!! drinks
      2. NEXUS
        NEXUS 16 July 2020 18: 07
        -1
        Quote: Uncle Lee
        Shorten your Russophobia and then we'll see ....

        To reduce Russophobia, Zionism, racism, etc., is to pick a finger in the toilet. Either stop this psychosis and cut off any manifestations of nationalism, racism, etc., or you don’t make people laugh in half measures. But ... the owners need Nazism and nationalism to live and flourished.
      3. cradle
        cradle 17 July 2020 03: 52
        0
        ... maybe we'll see, or maybe not ...
    2. To be or not to be
      To be or not to be 16 July 2020 13: 44
      18
      How the Poles will sing. When their American friends shaman and leave. Throw. How European friends threw under Nazi Germany in 1939 What, then, was Putin and most Russians to blame?
    3. Finches
      Finches 16 July 2020 13: 44
      29
      What has Putin to do with it? Since the time of Susanin, we have had a certain amount of "misunderstanding" ... laughing
      1. Forcecom
        Forcecom 16 July 2020 14: 26
        14
        What has Putin to do with it? Since the time of Susanin, we have had a certain amount of "misunderstanding" ...

        Strongly much earlier, to be precise, what to do, my communal neighbors killed each other's pots from the heart.
        In general, the whole thing is in heraldry, who is on the coat of arms of Poland? No, well, they then think that the eagle, but in fact - a rooster. A rooster is a bird, stupid, pugnacious, noisy and stupid, and at the same time domestic, that is, it must always be UNDER someone, otherwise everything is a bastard.
        And who is on both sides of the cockerel? that's right, two EAGLES, one two-headed, the second with one head, but also, if it bites, then just like three heads. And eagles are birds, proud, free, decisive and able to fight.
        Moreover, the fate of these eagles has developed that they regularly eagles with each other, and right on the head of the cockerel, along the shortest path, so to speak, regularly show each other military respect.
        Well, what remains of the poor cockerel in between his next trampling? Correctly, abundantly crap these two eagles at a time when they suddenly did not get to him, well, so that it would not be completely offensive.

        Z.Y. For those who are in the tank or just a liberal - it was sarcasm soldier
        1. DMB_95
          DMB_95 16 July 2020 14: 51
          10
          Ernest Vytsishkevich believes that most Russians share the way Vladimir Putin thinks about history and foreign policy. In his opinion, evaluating the history of their relations with Poland, they express views based on nationalism, for which the imperial form of Russian statehood is the starting point ..
          Lies. Russia was not yet an Empire when European states, led by Poland, tried to overthrow Ivan the Terrible. And after his death, they tried to seize on the Russian throne both Lzhedmitrev 1st and 2nd, and Prince Vladislav. They were assisted by both the Vatican and our 5th column. And they have almost everything worked out . Nearly. And then the Russians simply smeared them, because this is not forgotten.
        2. Gloomy skeptic
          Gloomy skeptic 16 July 2020 14: 52
          +3
          Ek you how deeply dug something !!! With humor and well, very subtle hints !!! laughing
        3. not main
          not main 16 July 2020 22: 54
          +1
          Quote: Forcecom
          Forcecom (Denis) Today, 14:26 New

          It’s a pity that I can put only one plus sign!
        4. Lynx2000
          Lynx2000 17 July 2020 15: 14
          0
          Recently watched a dock movie about birds of prey, the production of the Air Force. They showed about a family of eagles. The plot was only about Europe. They showed a small eagle, one in one of the third Reich. They said that he lives in Germany.

          Lesser spotted eagle preys mainly on the ground (it does not hit prey on the fly). He has long legs, short plumage, similar to the image reflected in the coat of arms of Poland.

          I remember the history of Russia, I know about conflicts with Poland. Honestly, I don’t belong to this country either.
          What feelings do you feel when leaving the parking lot, you suddenly encounter a Yorkshire terrier on a long leash, he / she sees you and lost sight of the mistress, hysterically barks at you, and at the same time urinates from fear?
          I am sure that a sense of disgust ...
      2. Hagen
        Hagen 16 July 2020 19: 51
        +2
        Quote: Finches
        Since the time of Susanin, we have had a certain amount of "misunderstanding" ...

        We are enemies for them, they are enemies for us. Everything is very clear. wassat
    4. Paranoid50
      Paranoid50 16 July 2020 23: 10
      0
      Quote: NIKNN
      where is vodka, bear, balalaika ...?

      By the way, about vodka. Krasnopany on a blue eye claimed their title to the drink. The patent war between the USSR and Poland went on for ten years, from 1972 to 1982. In 1978, Poland went all-in, trying to take the brand away in court (she won’t be crazy because they didn’t know WHAT and WHOM they were trying to take away), and the Union had to harness it in an adult way. Such defended, proving in the courts the primacy of Russian vodka. yes
  2. carstorm 11
    carstorm 11 16 July 2020 13: 21
    11
    share a way of thinking ... or maybe they just have eyes and ears and see what you say and what you do?)
    1. orionvitt
      orionvitt 16 July 2020 15: 58
      +2
      Not only do they share, they have eyes and ears, but they also know history. And people who know history are not very easy to deceive. So gentlemen, the Poles, you do not seem to be pushing, no matter how you accuse Russia of "rewriting" and "interpreting" historical processes in your own way, but you cannot argue against the facts. And the support of the overseas uncle, today it is, and tomorrow it is not. And Russia, it is right here, next to it.
  3. Pereira
    Pereira 16 July 2020 13: 21
    11
    Curious, but what did they want? Tender unrequited love?
    1. To be or not to be
      To be or not to be 16 July 2020 13: 48
      +9
      About gentle Polish love and not only ..
      A relative is a Siberian front-line soldier who went through the war from 1939 to 1946. He started on the USSR border. He finished in Czechoslovakia. He said that the worst thing was. When they went through Poland, they always waited and often got shots in the back ..
    2. Hagen
      Hagen 16 July 2020 19: 58
      +3
      Quote: Pereira
      Curious, but what did they want?

      Like all "normal" Europeans, they do not recognize our right to have and defend their national interests and claims for equal cooperation on all issues. Poles are staunch nationalists, they firmly believe that everyone living east of Poland is not really people, something like livestock with all the conclusions that follow from these rules.
  4. Piramidon
    Piramidon 16 July 2020 13: 28
    26
    And from what hangover are Russian Poles obliged to love? The whole history of our relationship with them speaks of their aggressive policy towards the Russians. Throughout history, we have seen only a swaggering, grandiose attitude on their part. How many times have psheks received on their wort from us and will still receive if they jump to Russia.
    Maybe the way should be reminded about Ivan Susanin.
  5. mojohed2012
    mojohed2012 16 July 2020 13: 29
    16
    The antagonism of the citizens of the Russian Federation towards Poland is growing from year to year, in proportion to the insolent and offensive attacks of the latter from behind the decrepit NATO. Either they reorganize military units on the border, shouting about their anti-Russian purpose of existence, then they howl in unison with the United States and other lovers of teasing the bear about sanctions and other dirty tricks - where do I love Poland, and why. rightly said - historically it so happened that the lords were always arrogant with the Russians. Svidomye, too, look up to the Polish arrogance, trying to project for himself all the Polish order. All of them have lords, military ranks will soon be equated with Polish ones and everything else. But if there is no history of its own, then mixing fiction about it with Polish-Lithuanian counterparts - this will only finally destroy the non-viable state 404.
  6. cniza
    cniza 16 July 2020 13: 32
    +7
    his attitude towards Poland is ingrained, and, unfortunately, it is negative.


    And you will interview other states, I'm afraid the picture will be even darker ...
  7. Hog
    Hog 16 July 2020 13: 37
    14
    At every opportunity, they themselves shout that Russia is their enemy, and then they are surprised at the bad attitude towards them. Strange people.
    1. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 16 July 2020 14: 44
      +1
      Quote: Hog
      At every opportunity, they themselves shout that Russia is their enemy, and then they are surprised at the bad attitude towards them. Strange people.

      Nothing strange, since we joined NATO, it means an enemy of Russia.
  8. Incvizitor
    Incvizitor 16 July 2020 13: 38
    +6
    Attitude as a mosquito is approximately annoying and can cause dislike, but it does not deserve any hatred.
    1. Mishka78
      Mishka78 16 July 2020 13: 43
      +8
      Exactly. If something had not been yapping constantly, then, in principle, there would have been a bit of a fix.
      Now conduct a survey about the attitude of Russian citizens to some kind of Peru. Yes, no one cares about them. Like them for sure on us :) And the drinkers constantly stink of something from behind the back of the "big brother", and then they wonder why they don't like us in Russia.
  9. HAM
    HAM 16 July 2020 13: 41
    +6
    What does Putin have to do with it?
    With eternal Polish snobbery, they want a different attitude towards themselves ...
    It should be more modest ....
    And yet: less need to look, like dogs, into the eyes of the owner ...
    1. Hagen
      Hagen 16 July 2020 20: 06
      +2
      Quote: HAM
      What does Putin have to do with it?

      Well, what do you mean? EBN did not write articles about the participation of Poles in WWII, and Gorbachev, in general, pleaded guilty to the USSR for Katyn. Here they are in the West and hope that with the departure of Putin something more flexible will take his place. And they don’t understand that with their pressure on Russia they can create such a situation that a figure even more radical than the GDP will emerge and be supported. An example of a battered Germany following Adolf, precisely as a result of the total humiliation of obviously Europeans, primarily the Anglo-Saxons, did not teach anything.
  10. Andrea
    Andrea 16 July 2020 13: 44
    +3
    Arrogance and arrogance are the reason for everything. How can you relate to the nation whose motto was - "Poland is strong by strife"!
    1. boss
      boss 16 July 2020 13: 51
      +6
      And you at the small shavens take an interest in how Polish people are treated, even the social and professional niche has been assigned to them - plumbers.
      By pumping out feces, they say, equal to the Poles, you can’t find them all over the world)
      And yet, pay attention to the trend, the western outskirts are screaming loudly, sho they are "non-Muslim nation", as a result of cancer, without unbending for days on European beds)
      What is remarkable, and the truth is not breaking, but not unbending.
      The Psheks, with their ambition and arrogance, were assigned to the sewers.
      I wonder what would it be ???
      1. Lopatov
        Lopatov 16 July 2020 15: 25
        +2
        Quote: patron
        And you at the small shavens take an interest in how Polish people are treated, even the social and professional niche has been assigned to them - plumbers.

        This is not them, "Polish plumber" - an image promoted by the French
      2. kulinar
        kulinar 16 July 2020 21: 13
        -5
        I would prefer that the plumbing in my apartment was repaired by a Pole rather than an Englishman.
        And plumbing salaries start at £ 18,5 an hour. And completely different services are involved in feces.
        Be less guided by stereotypes and cliches of the Russian media.
        Poles work in the field of transport and logistics, hold positions in municipalities. They have their deputies at the municipal level. And unlike the Russians, they help their own, as do the Lithuanians.
        Reading an outright lie in your media and listening to the nonsense of Russian TV about life on the island, I want to say that you have not gone far from Western stereotypes regarding bears with balalaikas and vodka.
        You have the same idea of ​​a collective west.
        How many of you have been in the territory west of the Russian border for more than two weeks?
        1. boss
          boss 17 July 2020 08: 53
          +3
          Was, much to the west and much longer, about "helping their own", it's generally not clear why.
          And a plumber coming to a call repairs all the plumbing.
          Including drain to the sewer.
          Or do you have some special profession for this, as you put it, "completely different services."
          In order not to be unfounded, please explain, what kind of "completely different services" in the West calls a person who needs to repair a leak in the toilet, eh?
          And the fact that the Poles are involved in logistics, write directly to the loaders, drivers, delivery, so this fundamentally changes the matter, it's almost the designers of spaceships, compared to plumbers.
          And why did you mention the Lithuanians and the bears, I realized that the Litas at home, together with the armor and ests, having disconnected and declaring Russia an aggressor for donated lands and statehood, arranged such an earthly paradise for their citizens and non-citizens, I don’t remember how they are Russian-speaking called carrying out infringements and segregation according to the linguistic and national principle.
          It’s so cool in the Baltic states that people are still scattering and as soon as some bears with balalaikas will stay on the shores of the Baltic.
          Or, for your stereotypes and cliches, didn’t you bother to get acquainted with the change in the national composition and population of the Baltic countries, eh?
        2. purple
          purple 17 July 2020 15: 13
          -1
          Kneeling already? and boots kissed blacks?
    2. orionvitt
      orionvitt 16 July 2020 16: 13
      +2
      Quote: Andrea
      How can you relate to a nation whose motto was - "Poland is strong by strife"!

      The classics are immediately remembered. Ilf and Petrov. "Crow Slobodka", which was constantly torn apart by contradictions, for example, the Polish Seim.
      The radio stations of all the continents were negotiating, meteorologists warned the brave Sevryugov against magnetic storms, shortwaves filled the air with a whistle, and the Polish newspaper “Courier Poranny”, close to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, already demanded the expansion of Poland to the border of 1772.
    3. valton
      valton 16 July 2020 22: 07
      0
      At first, as they say, Russia is going to fight, but for some reason they got offended by snot.
  11. Livonetc
    Livonetc 16 July 2020 13: 47
    +7
    I must say that the Poles are primarily nationalists.
    This is their rare mono-ethnic state in Europe at the moment.
    And it should be noted that they are hostile to all other nationalities.
    In Russia, the centuries-old history of real multiculturalism and fruitful cooperation of hundreds of nationalities.
    1. Lopatov
      Lopatov 16 July 2020 15: 28
      +3
      Quote: Livonetc
      This is their rare mono-ethnic state in Europe at the moment.

      Created exclusively by filthy methods in the post-war times.
      Starting with the Jewish pogroms and ending with the "Vistula" and the deportation of the Germans, accompanied by robbery and many deaths
  12. apro
    apro 16 July 2020 13: 49
    0
    What is the enmity between the kindred anti-communist countries? Are you .... they together build a bright capitalistic future for their peoples. for democracy and freedom of speech .... Russia has repeatedly repented of the sins of the Communists. All issues have been resolved. They say ..
    But seriously, what is now connecting our countries? What are the common goals?
  13. Svarog
    Svarog 16 July 2020 13: 58
    +4
    When Russians think about the problems of Russian-Polish relations

    This is extremely rare and, as a rule, after another Polish spit in the direction of Russia .. but the Russian people are not vindictive, just a good memory.
  14. Alexga
    Alexga 16 July 2020 14: 03
    +1
    At the same time, half of the citizens of Russia rate them as negative.

    How could it be otherwise, if the opinion still prevails among the Poles that they are "gentlemen", and that all territories to the east are inhabited by ""
  15. PValery53
    PValery53 16 July 2020 14: 06
    +2
    Polish elite: "Although we are assholes, but we are not to blame for anything ,,,"
  16. rocket757
    rocket757 16 July 2020 14: 13
    +2
    By bah bah, well, we don’t sit at the same table with them, so sho .....
  17. Chief Engineer
    Chief Engineer 16 July 2020 14: 15
    +5
    To refresh the memory "Most of the Grand Duchy of Warsaw was annexed" for ever "to the Russian Empire under the name of the Kingdom of Poland (May 3, 1815), which received a constitutional order. The Polish constitution was promulgated on June 20, 1815. At the same time, the inhabitants of the Kingdom of Poland swore allegiance to the Russian sovereign. "
  18. Dmitry Potapov
    Dmitry Potapov 16 July 2020 14: 28
    0
    "And we are for what!"
  19. Moskovit
    Moskovit 16 July 2020 14: 33
    +1
    I crossed paths with middle-aged Poles on vacation several times. Normal people, similar to us in temperament and attitude to alcohol)). They even tried to remember Russian words from the school course). But the official authorities are pursuing an absolutely opposite policy ...
    1. kulinar
      kulinar 16 July 2020 21: 18
      +1
      The Poles will try to speak Russian and smile.
      But all this doesn’t mean anything!
      I communicate with the Poles quite tightly. Both at work and at the son of a bride from near Krakow.
      They drink a little, and they start to shake ... Sometimes you have to upset quite sharply.
      1. Moskovit
        Moskovit 17 July 2020 00: 31
        0
        I will not argue. In a foreign country, maybe they are good guys
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  21. Ros 56
    Ros 56 16 July 2020 14: 36
    +1
    You idiots, Putin simply gave an objective assessment to the Ylahams as a state. And he said nothing offensive about the Polish people. And they, by virtue of their ambition and disgusting nature, are trying to turn everything upside down. Therefore, I agree with Putin when he called them pigs.
  22. GELEZNII_KAPUT
    GELEZNII_KAPUT 16 July 2020 14: 48
    +2
    Poland, this is Judas of the Slavic world. One of our suppliers, an Armenian by nationality, was very surprised when he was informed that the Poles were Slavs. belay
  23. pexotinec
    pexotinec 16 July 2020 14: 52
    0
    What offended? And how they wanted to be kissed on the gums for Russophobia.
  24. boris epstein
    boris epstein 16 July 2020 15: 07
    +4
    During the Mongol-Tatars they tore the body of weakened Russia, occupied the Baltic states, Ukraine to the Dnieper, and Belarus. When Russia regained consciousness, ran into the otvetka, Ivan the Terrible began to return the land. During the Time of Troubles, they stormed and besieged Smolensk for 4 years, went to the Kremlin, were knocked out by the militia Minin and Pozharsky. Do not let up. During the Seven Years' War, they fought on the side of Charles the 12th, were defeated by Peter the Great near Poltava, then started a European war, were defeated, followed by three divisions of Poland between Prussia, Austria-Hungary and Russia. Played to the point that from 1 to 1772 the state of Poland on world maps was not. In 1918, an entire Polish corps was part of Napoleon’s army. But Europe needed Russophobia and in 1812 Poland was restored. And the first thing she did was to defeat the Western Ukrainian Red Army, again seized Ukraine along the Dnieper, Belarus and part of Lithuania with Vilnius and Kaunas. The USSR returned its line through Curzon in 1918. Yes, it is not for nothing that Winston Churchill called Poland the hyena of Europe. In 1939-1944, the Krajev Army shot at the backs of Soviet soldiers, although they liberated Poland from the Germans. How many lives of Soviet soldiers and officers of the 1945 who died in Poland are on the conscience of the Poles? So why should the Russian population love her?
  25. veritas
    veritas 16 July 2020 15: 11
    +3
    Former President of Poland Aleksandr Kwasniewski stated in one of his interviews that there is no hope of improving relations with Russia in the near future:

    Of course not. Poland seeks to become a front-line state, introducing US bases on its territory and simultaneously spat on the history of World War II.
  26. 5-9
    5-9 16 July 2020 15: 19
    +1
    That's amazing, huh? The Russians know that the Poles consider them enemies, consider themselves the most loyal (they certainly compete with the Ukrainians, but it’s not a country at all) the allies (slaves) of our main opponent (and at the same time the goals for our nuclear weapons) and ... stupefied by Putin, they belong to palyakam corresponding .... what savages, asians, sir ...

    And in the municipality we don’t give a damn about Poland ... not that little country to have any relation to it, we have a sandbox and toys of a completely different size ....
    but Russia for the Poles is a living reminder of how they lost the civilizational race in Eastern Europe ... but they were "from Mozha to Mozha," the Belarusian-Litvinians were rounded up, the Ukrainians-Little Russians were enslaved and turned into cattle (a high% of them they still cannot get away from this state)
  27. APASUS
    APASUS 16 July 2020 15: 37
    +3
    In his opinion, evaluating the history of their relations with Poland, they express views based on nationalism, for which the imperial form of Russian statehood is the starting point.

    Is it hard to notice a log in your own eye?
    Finland was also part of the Russian Empire and, despite the complexity of the relationship, found a way to interact, while receiving good dividends from these relations. Only the Poles have an inferiority complex that does not allow them to assess the prospect of relations?
  28. Virus-free crown
    Virus-free crown 16 July 2020 15: 59
    +2
    Until they die in Poland (May God give them all health and long life !!! hi ) every single nobleman - so Poland will sit with a bare bottom and heightened self-conceit ... almost a thousand-year history has not taught it anything ... While "ambition" is in the first place, and brains in the last - and will be mongrels. ..
  29. Boris Chernikov
    Boris Chernikov 16 July 2020 17: 06
    +3
    funny ... that is. the Poles themselves are "citizens of the World" and do not dream quietly about Poland from "sea to sea"? .. The problem of Polish-Russian relations is that half a thousand years ago Poland began to have imperial manners, and 200 years ago these manners were broken and shoved into one place by the same Poles .. And taking into account the periodic attempts to take out the mrias about the "Commonwealth" are broken on the neighborhood with Russia .. That's why they hate Russia, seeing in it their lost power and greatness ..
  30. jovanni
    jovanni 16 July 2020 17: 40
    +2
    They did not ask forgiveness for Susanin yet ...
  31. Ryaruav
    Ryaruav 16 July 2020 17: 59
    0
    and Poland from sea to sea is not an imperial look?
  32. Viktor Sergeev
    Viktor Sergeev 16 July 2020 18: 23
    0
    It turns out that if you are called an enemy, you are to blame.
  33. Tank hard
    Tank hard 16 July 2020 19: 33
    0
    Unlike Poland, Russia has never lost its statehood. wink
  34. iouris
    iouris 16 July 2020 22: 21
    0
    Is cyclists and Poles to blame?
  35. Egg
    Egg 17 July 2020 08: 27
    0
    I would not interfere with the militant "Elite" and the relations of ordinary people. On vacation in Turkey, I met a rather large group of Polish tourists, having learned that I was from Russia, they treated me very warmly, 2 evenings generally turned into "evenings of Russia" (they ordered only Russian vodka, Russian music, sang Russian songs).
    After listening to TV and reading our media about Russian-Polish relations, I was, to put it mildly, very surprised by the attitude of ordinary Poles.
    And yes, you should have heard how much admiration was expressed to Putin ... laughing
  36. kulinar
    kulinar 17 July 2020 20: 37
    0
    Quote: purple
    Kneeling already? and boots kissed blacks?

    Do not judge by yourself.
    And then the right and ultras have already shown their teeth. They drove these "thugs of slavery" to the outskirts, to parks. For two weeks now they have not shone. And the police were forbidden to thump on their knees.
    Do not confuse with English.
    And, by the way, black is well stopped by the Russian language. You can talk smiling, but these children of nature understand intonation very well.
  37. kulinar
    kulinar 17 July 2020 20: 54
    0
    Quote: patron
    Was, much to the west and much longer, about "helping their own", it's generally not clear why.
    And a plumber coming to a call repairs all the plumbing.
    Including drain to the sewer.
    Or do you have some special profession for this, as you put it, "completely different services."
    In order not to be unfounded, please explain, what kind of "completely different services" in the West calls a person who needs to repair a leak in the toilet, eh?
    And the fact that the Poles are involved in logistics, write directly to the loaders, drivers, delivery, so this fundamentally changes the matter, it's almost the designers of spaceships, compared to plumbers.
    And why did you mention the Lithuanians and the bears, I realized that the Litas at home, together with the armor and ests, having disconnected and declaring Russia an aggressor for donated lands and statehood, arranged such an earthly paradise for their citizens and non-citizens, I don’t remember how they are Russian-speaking called carrying out infringements and segregation according to the linguistic and national principle.
    It’s so cool in the Baltic states that people are still scattering and as soon as some bears with balalaikas will stay on the shores of the Baltic.
    Or, for your stereotypes and cliches, didn’t you bother to get acquainted with the change in the national composition and population of the Baltic countries, eh?

    You can not tell me about the Baltics. Himself with his family was "evacuated" from the Latvian Extinction eight years ago. Why not to Russia? Say thanks to your officials and the legislation of that time. Any Tajik or Turkmen was in a better position than a Russian who wanted to move from the Baltics. I won't wish that humiliation on anyone. Moving to England was easy. I called the migration service, they assigned me a temporary NI over the phone. After getting off the plane, I was able to start work in two days. Two weeks later, my documents were checked at the Job Center in Tyuting and assigned a permanent national insurance number to me.
    This is to avoid stupid questions.
    Obtaining a plumbing certificate is not so easy
    In England, most water pipes are copper.
    Working with them requires special skills. And they can also eliminate the leakage of the toilet. And I strongly doubt that your toilet stinks so much that you can’t approach it. But sewage companies are engaged in fecal waters.
    But their cars are clean and bright.
  38. Diviz
    Diviz 18 July 2020 12: 37
    0
    Before the amerikosy got out - Dill is used as a human shield.
  39. vavilon
    vavilon 21 July 2020 18: 56
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    The Poles, like us, have problems with almost all the bordering neighboring republics
    They are trying to pull everything on a superpower, they want to build a great-poland from sea to sea, but they cannot do it, and they are furious with weakness.
  40. Prisoner
    Prisoner 22 July 2020 17: 21
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    When I realized that psheki are not very good people, Putin was still taking tests at the university. Why blame GDP when you yourself are full of radishes?