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Polish view of Russia

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The Polish press for some reason likes to publish long articles about Russia, after reading which it becomes scary even to the Russian, not so much to the Pole. Beggar and eternally drunk country, where the state is ruled by a corrupt machine, where the first robbers are law enforcement officers, where there are no moral principles, there is no end to Potemkin villages, where officials live for 150 years and where ordinary people have no self-esteem. Russia is also bad because for some reason it is there that the votes of the Polish electorate cast in the elections are counted. There is also evidence that Poland has long been in the hands of the FSB.


Polish view of Russia


In a fresh article “Cool relations between the USA and Russia are a chance for Poland” (“Rzeczpospolita”) journalist Andrzej Talaga claims that the period of unfavorable Russian-American relations has come, and therefore Poland can become an ally on the frontline for the US.

The author of the article explicitly states that an alliance with the United States "would be extremely desirable for us." The journalist doesn’t shy away from specifics: the Poles want American military technology, elements of a missile defense system and liquefied gas.

Having received all this from America, Poland will become no more, no less, “a front-line country restraining Russia's ambitions in Europe.”

No comment.

Bronislaw Wildstein in the article "Russian offensive" (“Do Rzeczy”) writes directly that Russia has started an expansion: “For several months now Russia has been intensifying its offensive actions in Poland ...”

And how does she come?

First, Russia, according to Wildstein, imposes energy dependence on the Poles. Secondly, from this dependence arises and economic dependence. Third, the Kremlin demonstrates to the world that Warsaw is in the Russian sphere of influence, and the reputation of a country dependent on Russia reduces the importance of Poland in the international political arena.

As a result of this thought-out expansion, the position of Warsaw in contacts with Western countries weakens. The author complains that these countries may stop perceiving Poland as a full-fledged partner. The case is about to turn so that Poland in general will lose the opportunity to pursue an independent policy.

Moscow wins in the campaign against Poland, as evidenced by the foreign policy fiasco of Prime Minister Donald Tusk and Foreign Minister Radoslav Sikorski. Also, the success of Russia is proved by the presence of the “pro-Russian lobby” in Poland.

The author hints that Poland is rented from the inside.

“In recent months, Russians have released a number of amazing information on the Polish-Russian cooperation. It turned out that Poland’s military counterintelligence was cooperating with the FSB, and representatives of the State Election Commission traveled to Moscow to study. Such news they are called upon to discredit our leadership and cast a shadow on it both in the eyes of the Western allies and the Poles. The same goal is pursued by the reports of the next defeats of the Tusk team regarding the investigation of the Smolensk disaster. ”


Wildstein believes that such initiatives "are contrary to common sense."

This is another matter if the Polish special services cooperate "with their colleagues from NATO." This is apparently not dangerous. And with the Russian - it is impossible. How can you deal with the special services of the country, which "declares the desire to limit Polish sovereignty"? As for officials from the electoral commission, the author immediately notes, they can learn in Moscow “only methods of deception”.

Further, the journalist informs Polish voters that “the servers that calculate the results of the Polish elections are in Russia”. Hence the conclusion about the connection of the Polish government with the Kremlin.

The Russian lobby in Poland, the author calls the "Russian party". Such a political structure, according to the analyst, indicates a "pathology".

At the same time, the journalist attributes to Putin the desire to revive the Soviet empire. Putin, he writes, "officially declared that he was striving to revive the country's former power and spheres of influence."

Poland is flooded with Moscow agents, and this is only one of the manifestations of the “Russian party” in Poland. Involved in the expansion and people associated with Russia's economic and political interests, said the journalist.

Postcolonial weakness is demonstrated not only by Poland, but also by its neighboring countries. Patients with postcolonial complexes engage in self-humiliation and bow to the powerful of this world. The cultivation of these complexes in modern Poland shows how sick Poland is, summarizes Wildstein.

The next expert on the Polish-Russian friendship calls Russia the most dangerous country in the world. Before that, he was imbued with the thought of the danger posed by the Kremlin, that he even carried it into the title.

An interview with Mariusz Staniszewski, taken from the professor of the Jagiellonian University, historian and Sovietologist Andrzej Nowak and published in the newspaper Do Rzeczy, was given the name "Russia is the most dangerous country in the world".

Andrzej Novak reports that Poland will cease to be perceived as an obstacle if it turns into the field of Russian domination, on which Moscow, by virtue of necessity, will or will not conduct any tests, guided by imperial needs.

Nowak is sure that it is Poland that pays the highest price for gas in Europe. Putin, this expert calls the candidate "gas science." According to Novak, countries “considered to be passive objects of Russian policy” may receive an award in the form of low gas prices. He further declares completely illogical: “Unfortunately, our prices indicate that the Polish ruling team has failed to resist Russian policy, and over the past 20 years we have made many mistakes that strengthened our dependence on supplies from Russia.”

It seems that Poland is not a subject of politics, but an object following Russia — so why didn’t it receive an award?

It turns out that “if we meet Moscow’s expectations on 70, 80 or even 90%, it will still be able to use this tool”.

In general, there is an exceptional case with Poland: no matter how it acts, the Kremlin still uses it.

The interviewee hints at the fact that V. Putin has been managing unfortunate dependent Poland for several years now.

“The government of Tusk got bogged down in internal games that Putin mercilessly used and fed. From the very beginning, the priority task of the government was the fight against the party “Law and Justice” (PiS), which had previously demonstrated a realistic and firm position with regard to Russia. Tusk and Sikorsky were ready at any price to show that their predecessors were wrong. And so the first guest with whom Donald Tusk met as Prime Minister was the Russian ambassador. And the visit, which opened a new Eastern policy, was sent not to all of the previous prime ministers to Kiev, but to Moscow. ”


Andrzej Novak is convinced that Poland “quite consciously” surrendered Kiev to Putin. Tusk has the logic of "imperial vassal." And in general, it came to the point that Poland is showing “mortal fear of Putin,” and this fear is seen in Kiev, and in Tbilisi, and in Vilnius, where they also talk about imminent surrender to Moscow.

Poland’s mission, Novak believes, is to indicate to the European partners the threat. Moscow must be forced to abandon blackmail (in particular, energy) as a political method. It is necessary to diversify energy sources. And you can dig a channel that will open the way to the port of Elblлонg.

True, this channel Novak has not yet dug.

By the way, his other statements about Russia are also known.

Article "Russian military doctrine determines the future of Poland" (“WPolityce”) are excerpts from a lecture on the military doctrine of Russia, given in the Warsaw club Hybrydy by the professor at the Jagiellonian University Andrzej Novak. A political scientist and expert on Russian topics, Professor Wlodzimierz Marciniak, a lecturer at the Graduate School of Business in Nowy Sонcz, commented on the presentation

After the overthrow of the power of the Communists over the KGB, there was no one left, the professor said, and the Committee was able to put its interests into practice. Referring to the book by the English analyst Edward Lucas "The Deception", Novak said that Russia is now ruled by four people: a) Putin; b) an accountant living abroad; c) antiquary from St. Petersburg; d) a former KGB officer in Dresden, who has now returned to Russia.

Nevertheless, Putin rules the ball: it is he who orders the music, that is, forms the Russian military doctrine. It was Putin who promulgated Russia's first official military doctrine in 2000. The enemies remained the same: the West, the United States. As with Yeltsin.

When the war with Georgia broke out in 2008, it turned out that military operations were quite possible and weapons could be used, the professor notes. “You can send Tanks and planes to a European country, accompanying this, of course, with an effective propaganda campaign. ”

The professors are worried about the Russian Topoli and Yarsy, as well as the Bulava missiles. Moreover, Russia has cyber weapons in its arsenal (Russia committed a cyber attack on Estonia in the 2007 year, he notes). Worse, at the Zapad military exercises, Russia is practicing "landing operations during the landing on the Baltic Sea coast and a nuclear attack on Warsaw."

Who are these terrible Russian?

Article "Russia in the form of a quilt" (“Nowa Europa Wschodnia”) Tomasz Horbowski tells about the recently collected collection of reports of the long-term Gazeta Wyborcza correspondent in Moscow, Vatslav Radzivinovich - “Gogol in the Google era”.

The texts that are filled with the book in 1998-2012 years were written for the newspaper and are sketches from Russian life. The principle on which Russia operates, was formulated by Leo Tolstoy. He remains unchanged: "He hits the face, which means he has the right to hit."

The author tells of a terrible, unprincipled country, where the police robs with impunity, rapes, kidnaps people, where the Moscow authorities get rid of immigrants, where mothers are searching for their dead sons in dead-clogged carriages. This is the Russia of the Chechen war, the authoritarian rule of Putin, Beslan, the Theater on Dubrovka, the murder of Politkovskaya, the war with Georgia and the tragedy of the Kursk submarine, the journalist lists.

Radzivinovich describes how the Samara authorities before the visit to the city of Putin brought scarce buckwheat to the city. And once Vladimir Vladimirovich decided to ride a Lada, and his associates prepared a spare car: an hour is gone, the product of the Russian car industry will break down.

One of the author’s reports is devoted to a pamphlet written by the Kremlin bureaucrats (secret). It explains how to look like a Russian official and how to ensure his longevity. “One should be slim, sober and tidy,” Radzivinovich quotes the council. Anyone who adheres to all the rules will be able to live to 150 years. So promises the Kremlin.

In the journalist’s book a lot has been written about women carrying the country on their shoulders, the main problem of which is men who drink notorious self-esteem.

Another vision of the "lead abominations of Russian life" presented in the article "Post-apocalyptic image of Russia" ("Nowa Europa Wschodnia") Zemovit Ščerek.

Already in the introduction a finished stereotype is outlined: Russia is a country crumbling to pieces. Endless swamps, rare birches, shabby concrete ruins, wandering "dead drunk" beggars, among whose opponents are oligarchs, policemen and autocrat. The elite owns minerals, and "ordinary people live on leftovers from the master's table."

The country's infrastructure is breathing its last, as can be seen from construction, air, river and other disasters, the author believes. State bodies pretend that they are working for the benefit of citizens, but in fact it seems that “the Russian state is acting against the interests of the Russians.”

It is only strange, we add in conclusion that a drunken country, breathing its last, inhabited by people without self-esteem, is able to deprive this very feeling of Poland.

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  1. Drappier
    Drappier 23 August 2013 08: 09
    +83
    Near Smolensk my place)
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    2. afire
      afire 23 August 2013 09: 56
      +12
      They have lifelong grievances against us because of Ukraine, although it has long been "independent", but, God forbid, after joining this association with the EU, the psheks will push the Ukrainians to the fortuneteller ...
      1. Natalia
        Natalia 23 August 2013 10: 33
        +53
        At the same time, the journalist attributes to Putin the desire to revive the Soviet empire. Putin, he writes, "officially declared that he was striving to revive the country's former power and spheres of influence."

        Poland is flooded with Moscow agents, and this is only one of the manifestations of the “Russian party” in Poland. Involved in the expansion and people associated with Russia's economic and political interests, said the journalist.

        I don’t even have the strength to disprove this systematic nonsense .... winked But I can play along:
        That's right, Russia will be reborn one of these days and will rise up against the "innocent and virgin" democratic world in order to take revenge on him for the collapse of the USSR, and then Poland will be overtaken by the inevitable DEZ MACH VENDETTA lol laughing
        1. Apologet.Ru
          Apologet.Ru 23 August 2013 11: 06
          +10
          hi
          And what? Gorgeous picture, I like it! Colleague Natalia (1) - my respect love !
        2. p-159
          p-159 23 August 2013 12: 34
          +11
          and we also have imperial attack aircraft and a positron gun laughing
          1. densh
            densh 23 August 2013 14: 11
            +14
            And armored bears. soldier
            1. Raiven
              Raiven 23 August 2013 23: 05
              +1
              balalaika where! Balalaika where I ask!
          2. Raiven
            Raiven 23 August 2013 19: 34
            +1
            no, we have Kirov airships and Hammer tanks wassat

            how to insert pictures here, it didn’t work out for me
          3. Van
            Van 23 August 2013 23: 01
            +1
            And also, the moon that shines above us in the night is our Death Star
        3. Sakhalininsk
          Sakhalininsk 23 August 2013 14: 07
          +19
          Quote: Natalia
          Everything is correct, Russia will be reborn one of these days and will rise up against the "innocent and virgin" democratic world so that
          .... to eradicate the eradication of universal homosexuality and the power of the buried calf, and we will also drink the blood of Pshekistan babies from the skulls of their mothers, but first there will be a senseless attack by the Cossack bear cavalry under whose blows the Fire will burn from mozh to mozh and only legends will be kept. ...
          All laughing wassat connection with the standard Polish astral was cut off, with a fit of laughter ...
          Let’s better just laugh ... it’s a sin of course to laugh at the wretched, but I think God will forgive us the laugh at the clinic for violently obsessed schizophrenics, the name for which is Pshekistan laughing
          1. Natalia
            Natalia 23 August 2013 14: 45
            +4
            Quote: Sakhalininets
            and we will drink the blood of Pshekistan babies from the skulls of their mothers, but first there will be a senseless attack by the Cossack bear cavalry under the blows of which the Burn Pospalit from Mozh to Mozh will fall and only legends will be kept ....

            . laughing laughing no comment (I can’t laugh under the table) good ))))))))) ..... ..... normal (+)
          2. Blackgrifon
            Blackgrifon 23 August 2013 22: 35
            +2
            Quote: Sakhalininets
            attack of the Cossack bear cavalry


            Where can I enroll in the glorious ranks of the Cossack bear cavalry or the regular bear cavalry? :)
          3. fennekRUS
            fennekRUS 24 August 2013 01: 05
            +1
            rather "bile will salt", the symptoms are painfully similar laughing
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        5. Alan
          Alan 23 August 2013 20: 53
          0
          The photo shows the modernized Kremlin. lol
        6. Blackgrifon
          Blackgrifon 23 August 2013 22: 33
          +1
          Quote: Natalia
          in order to avenge him for the collapse of the USSR, and then Poland will overtake the imminent DEZ MAH WENDETTA


          Comrade You forgot that we should remember everything for their participation in the collapse of the Russian Empire and in the Troubles. That's because they saved them from the Nazis on their own head.
      2. tungus
        tungus 23 August 2013 10: 35
        +47
        This is not the case in Ukraine. Poles are unique in that they live in the past. They sincerely believe that it was they who were supposed to become the unifiers of the Slavic tribes, which almost happened after the unification of Poland with Lithuania. Moscow prevented them. Since then, Russians have been their worst historical enemies. Well, they still sincerely consider Poland to be a superpower and a navel of the earth. And they remember all the little bit significant victories of Poland over Russia and are proud of them.
        But the periodic disappearance of the country "Poland" from the map of the world, including thanks to Russia, no Pole will forget or forgive us.
        What else is funny about the Poles is that many of them sincerely consider Russians to be a non-Slavic people. And themselves, the first and foremost of the Slavs. At the same time, every Pole considers himself a descendant of the gentry, which, as they believe, does not come from the "slaves" of the Slavs, but from the Sarmatians. The clinic in general. Hence the conclusion, the Pole is not a nationality but a diagnosis.
        1. Apologet.Ru
          Apologet.Ru 23 August 2013 11: 04
          +23
          hi
          Yes, psekalka would sit in deep railway station with their independence, like the Chukhons, if P.indostan had not taken them for maintenance in the role of those monkeys who for others drag chestnuts from fire.
          Hurry up a lot, but the mind "the cat cried."
          The role of psheks in our history is similar to the functions of women's panty liners in case of critical days ... between P.indostan and Russia - only there is physiology, but here politics, however, the difference is not great. Not?
          Yes, the poor do not understand that after using their fate ... well, in general, you understand ...
          1. Dovmont
            Dovmont 23 August 2013 16: 33
            +10
            They are all hiding Katyn, pop underwater, and do not want to remember that more than 600 thousand Soviet soldiers and officers gave their lives for the liberation of Poland!
            1. Blackgrifon
              Blackgrifon 23 August 2013 22: 39
              +2
              Quote: Dovmont
              They are all hiding Katyn, pop underwater, and do not want to remember that more than 600 thousand Soviet soldiers and officers gave their lives for the liberation of Poland!


              They need to be reminded of the destruction of thousands of captured Red Army soldiers during the years of the Soviet-Polish war. And let the true killers - Germans cry about Katyn.
          2. smile
            smile 23 August 2013 18: 17
            +8
            Apologet.Ru
            By the way, they consider themselves the closest and most reliable striped allies in Europe. And they’re scared with it ... :))) You should have heard how a Polish company convinced me 10 years ago in Wroclaw that they would take Germany’s place in Europe ... :))) Like where is Germany, she says bends, and the Americans from there the troops will withdraw to us and then we will heal! :))) The strangest thing is that the people gathered were educated, there was even one officer ... idietten ... I listened, I listened ... and I expressed that I think about their imperial ambitions ... yeah, I also added about Katyn. .. well, about the same spirit that I speak out here, I could not help myself, my character is so nasty ... :)))
            What started here ... :)))) they barely handed me over to the police ... :))) the guide escorted them cool, put them on the slap, said that because of the boastfulness and stupid ambition the Poles had always ... Poland always when they started to climb neighbors. After that, they decided not to discuss politics and barbecue continued quite peacefully ... :)))
            1. Fin
              Fin 23 August 2013 21: 39
              +4
              Unique idiocy. The last few centuries have received pi ..... th from both us and the Germans, and still consider themselves great. Shrift on the landing under the door to all neighbors, given in all poses and again they are eagles. Psychiatrists apparently do not have enough.
          3. Apologet.Ru
            Apologet.Ru 23 August 2013 19: 43
            +6
            hi
            If it is symbolic to consider on the topic - who is who, well, or who is who ...
        2. sq
          sq 23 August 2013 11: 28
          +6
          They also say that the Pole is not a nationality, but a way of life.
          1. Arti
            Arti 23 August 2013 12: 33
            +5
            not a way of life, but a profession
            1. Sakmagon
              Sakmagon 24 August 2013 06: 41
              0
              sq
              They also say that the Pole is not a nationality, but a way of life.
              Arti
              not a way of life, but a profession

              Not a profession, but DIAGNOSIS!
        3. Dilshat
          Dilshat 23 August 2013 14: 44
          +10
          They had a chance at the time, but they made the wrong choice. They chose a branch of Christianity that does not imply independence. Therefore, they did not have their own Cyril and Methodius, so they adopted a foreign Latin alphabet. Having adopted Catholicism they became vassals of the Vatican. And the most important thing mentality. And being a vassal who would not be impossible to become a collector of people and lands and, of course, become a power. They have been grinding their teeth for so many centuries. In general, they were unlucky, the Fritz managed to get to them while they had time and disfigure their mental code. Well, the Russians were geographically farther away from the Fritzes. Well, and perhaps smarter and stronger than the Poles. Who will now tell the whole truth of the depths of centuries. request
        4. Dovmont
          Dovmont 23 August 2013 16: 30
          +6
          The funny thing is that genetically 58% of Poles belong to the Russian haplogroup
          A2R1. This suggests that half of the Poles are polonized and catholicized Rus. What does not stop them from warring with Russia for more than 1000 years!
        5. BIC
          BIC 23 August 2013 18: 27
          +1
          With both hands for !!!
        6. xan
          xan 23 August 2013 21: 58
          +2
          Quote: tungus
          They sincerely believe that it was they who were to become the unifiers of the Slavic tribes, which almost happened after the unification of Poland with Lithuania.

          I re-read a bunch of literature about the Time of Troubles in Russia, including the finished Russophobe Pole Valishevsky. They all, without exception, believe that another couple of thousand Polish horsemen and Russia would have been in their pockets, or if Pope Sigismund had released his son Vladislav to the kingdom in Moscow and allowed him to enter Orthodoxy. At one time, one pepper considered that Paris was worth mass and became a good French king. And the Pole Vladislav for the sake of Russia did not consider it necessary to change religion, believing that Russia was already at its feet. And apparently this miscalculation is still poles and gnaws. And I agree with those who believe that the Time of Troubles is a civil war, and the Poles there are one of the parties.
          1. old man54
            old man54 24 August 2013 03: 08
            0
            Quote: xan
            And I agree with those who believe that the Time of Troubles is a civil war, and the Poles there are one of the parties.

            and I agree, more than!
            Here is a video, almost a topic about the Time of Troubles!!
        7. Blackgrifon
          Blackgrifon 23 August 2013 22: 38
          +2
          Quote: tungus
          Well, they still sincerely consider Poland to be a superpower and a navel of land.


          Their superpower, like a corrupt girl, rushed between Peter I and Charles XII during the Northern War. And how the brave gentry defended the Rzeczpospolita from the Swedes during this conflict - that's for sure - "Until the last drop of the Russian soldier's blood." And so it has been since the uprising of the Ukrainian people led by Bohdan Khmelnytsky.
      3. Taidrem
        Taidrem 23 August 2013 11: 30
        +8
        If these Psheks after Ukraine’s entry into the EU try to join it, we will put these on a spit and give a nuclear kick! Ukraine is either an independent country, or as part of Russia they were not given the freedom to later squander the land! Let them want to be friends with those they are friends with, but the main thing is that they have not joined anyone!
      4. duke
        duke 23 August 2013 18: 58
        +2
        there lived - there were three brothers - Czech, Leh (hence the Poles) and Rus - that’s what our brothers can’t remember ... and Russians never had stupid nationalism unlike them ....
      5. Basil123
        Basil123 23 August 2013 19: 45
        +1
        Just morons die for p..in.dosiyu ........... when the mess starts it .... do not ipy neighbor wipe me out fool God forbid this does not happen, but by their actions they push fool
    3. lelikas
      lelikas 23 August 2013 12: 29
      +31
      They are so offended that they live in -
      1. Radoslav
        Radoslav 23 August 2013 16: 57
        +4
        Poland is hemorrhoids in the ass of the World Community, to show this, you need to expand the gluteal muscles.
      2. xan
        xan 23 August 2013 23: 45
        0
        booty is good
        there is something good
    4. Maks111
      Maks111 23 August 2013 13: 08
      +8
      No wonder. The article was written by purchased journalists (I’m talking about Poles) working for the CIA, this is obvious. Ordinary Poles only feel sorry for them being used in the dark and they are being conducted.
      1. Denis
        Denis 23 August 2013 14: 10
        +8
        Quote: Max111
        Ordinary Poles only feel sorry for them being used in the dark and they are underway.

        Judging by the map (see above), it’s really dark.
        1. Dovmont
          Dovmont 23 August 2013 16: 35
          +4
          And not only in the dark, but also in the rotten !!
      2. smile
        smile 23 August 2013 18: 24
        +2
        Maks111
        Unfortunately, there is no need to buy anyone there. And it is among ordinary Poles that Russophobian sentiments are very common. Take my word for it, I have a lot of relatives living with us, and I know what I'm talking about .... although, of course, the CIA and the British could not do here ....
      3. APASUS
        APASUS 23 August 2013 19: 22
        +3
        Quote: Max111
        No wonder. The article was written by purchased journalists (I’m talking about Poles) working for the CIA, this is obvious. Ordinary Poles only feel sorry for them being used in the dark and they are being conducted.

        The Poles have always been opposed to Russia since the Commonwealth. And now they blissfully believe that the Americans will lay their heads for the Americans, but they won’t give up the bloodthirsty Russia.
        1. Hudo
          Hudo 23 August 2013 21: 56
          +1
          Quote: APASUS
          The Poles have always been opposed to Russia since the Commonwealth. And now they blissfully believe that the Americans will lay their heads for the Americans, but they won’t give up the bloodthirsty Russia.


          Blessed is he who believes! Looks like they didn’t go to different schools of Chmarek Zperdulsky and Dryslek Pshevozvizdetsky applied kidalov lessons from small-shavens and paddlers from September 1939. Repetition is the mother of learning, plague them at the root.
          1. APASUS
            APASUS 25 August 2013 12: 07
            0
            Quote: Hudo
            different Chmareks Zperdulsky and Dryslek Pshevozvizdetsky

            Cool wrote. Just like in Poland visited
    5. Blackgrifon
      Blackgrifon 23 August 2013 22: 31
      0
      Her, comrades, I understood everything - Poland is the main consumer of agricultural products of Colombia, China and Afghanistan - this all explains their eternal inferiority complex and delusional nagging.
  2. d1m1drol
    d1m1drol 23 August 2013 08: 20
    +23
    Russophobia in color now ... nothing will soon fade and crumble. Psheks (rulers in particular) all history hated their strong neighbor, because they were always full of ambitious ideas and plans for the great Poland. And how many times our countries collided, the Poles always hit in the back, because if they went face to face .. they would have lost it and even the surgeons could not have helped. And they will play out ... accidentally, the paratroopers will reach Warsaw, with the next training ...
    1. klimpopov
      klimpopov 23 August 2013 09: 24
      +8
      By the way, the people there, too, do not like "Ryusskih". Do you remember when the president fell down on the street and asked why the plane crashed? Do you know what the Pole answered? Like Tu bad planes and therefore fell laughing Such a very striking example of Russophobia.
      1. DEfindER
        DEfindER 23 August 2013 10: 25
        +14
        Quote: klimpopov
        Like Tu bad planes and therefore fell

        Well, apparently this statistics was not enough for this pretzel to see, from where it can be seen that the percentage of carcasses falling is much less than that of a Boeing. In general, the Poles themselves, for the most part, have a positive attitude towards Russia, simply there is a certain percentage of the population who are aggressive and Russophobic, and for some reason it is he who sneaks into the government and the media. In general, if you look at the comments of ordinary Polish people on the Internet, in fact, like the German ones too, it will become clear that they are absolutely opposite to their authorities, it seems that in Europe there are not legitimate governments but regimes imposed from outside ..
        1. p-159
          p-159 23 August 2013 12: 39
          +1
          it’s like LGBT people in Europe, but they shout loudly, and it seems that everyone is
        2. Dilshat
          Dilshat 23 August 2013 14: 46
          +1
          by the way from this place in more detail
        3. smile
          smile 23 August 2013 18: 32
          +2
          DEfindER
          I wonder why you decided that the majority of Poles treat us well? So, from the age of 7 I have the opposite impression .... sites are different, and people say different things there ... they bark their own government no less than we do our own, and the reasons, by the way, are similar ... but still most of the population agrees on one thing: all Polish troubles were born in Russia, and we owe them a coffin ...
      2. densh
        densh 23 August 2013 14: 18
        +5
        You are mistaken. I quite often get in touch with Polish truckers at the household level, the attitude towards Russians is quite normal. The shit basically comes from the “conscience of the nation," so to speak.
        1. smile
          smile 23 August 2013 18: 37
          +2
          densh
          Do not consider the Poles stupid ... well, they cannot, having arrived in a foreign country left and right, screaming that we had seized their lands to the Black Sea, killed and ate the elite of their nation in the Goat Mountains and are guilty of all their troubles ... if you lived with them, you would see that you were wrong .... although, of course, there are people who love Russia ...
    2. eplewke
      eplewke 23 August 2013 10: 51
      +2
      Yeah. How many Poles did not bazaar on our land, always got a kick in the ass. So they’re sitting embittered in the Russians for how many centuries. The dog yells when the owner is not nearby, the owner is nearby - wags its tail ... So you can catch a sopag if you loudly yap.
    3. xan
      xan 23 August 2013 23: 48
      0
      Quote: d1m1drol
      because if they went face to face .. they would have lost it and even the surgeons could not have helped. And they will play out ... accidentally, the paratroopers will reach Warsaw, with the next training ...

      Yes, why do they need, mess.
  3. Denis
    Denis 23 August 2013 08: 20
    +36
    Poles are eternal victims, their purpose in life is to spoil Russia.
    1. Luger
      Luger 23 August 2013 08: 57
      +6
      in one word "PSHEKI"! negative
    2. Natalia
      Natalia 23 August 2013 09: 35
      +10
      Andrzej Novak is convinced that Poland “quite consciously” surrendered Kiev to Putin. Tusk has the logic of "imperial vassal." And in general, it came to the point that Poland is showing “mortal fear of Putin,” and this fear is seen in Kiev, and in Tbilisi, and in Vilnius, where they also talk about imminent surrender to Moscow.

      ... and here some like to say that Russia is a raw materials appendage of the West, and that Putin is a CIA agent. lol paranoid right?
      But look at the paranoia in the West, their pants have been wet for a long time: "Everything is controlled by the Kremlin, we will all be captured soon and we will all die" and so on. lol
  4. Genady1976
    Genady1976 23 August 2013 08: 23
    +1
    cool or maybe it’s actually in Delhi
    1. Revolver
      Revolver 23 August 2013 10: 04
      +10
      Oh and the grass in Poland is growing!
  5. crambol
    crambol 23 August 2013 08: 25
    +13
    Poland will become neither more nor less, "a front-line country, restraining Russia's ambitions in Europe."


    Such a collection of delirium still need to look! I'm not a psychiatrist, but there is a pronounced megalomania!

    From Wikipedia:
    A person suffering from delusions of grandeur can be a really important figure, as in the case of the outstanding mathematician John Nash, who rejected a prestigious academic post on the grounds that he should be enthroned by the emperor of Antarctica.
    1. lewerlin53rus
      lewerlin53rus 23 August 2013 08: 58
      +7
      Quote: crambol
      there is a pronounced megalomania!

      Yeah, weighed down by a persecution mania against the background of chronic Russophobia
      1. baskoy
        baskoy 23 August 2013 09: 58
        +8
        Ordinary COMPLEX OF INSURANCE. For centuries they have been barking at Russia, and the "enlightened" West continues to regard them as Slavs along with these "wild" Russians. It's a shame !!! (with their ambition). A good example of what the abandonment of your roots leads to.
      2. Natalia
        Natalia 23 August 2013 10: 04
        +9
        The author of the article expressly states that an alliance with the United States "would be extremely desirable for us."

        The road to the country of Pidorassia is where you go, where sodomy with lesbianism is on par with pedophilia, the usual thing, where the Catholic priests spiers and wiles with each other ... in short, Poland, what to take from them.
        The professors are concerned about the Russian Poplars and Yars, as well as Bulava missiles.

        well, maybe ... my dear, they worry the whole world winked what kind of Poland is there.
        In the journalist’s book a lot has been written about women carrying the country on their shoulders, the main problem of which is men who drink notorious self-esteem.

        Yes, yes, yes, and about bears with balalaikas in a cap with earflaps drinking vodka under the Christmas tree on Red Square, too, have already heard lol .
  6. Bosk
    Bosk 23 August 2013 08: 28
    +11
    Both old and not old rivals of Russia are able to "paint" the image of the enemy. Taking Latvia as an example, in the 90s, there were a lot of Russian TV series and films on TV here, and almost all of them were with a criminal bias ... and Latvians are very close to us and love to watch Russian TV shows. And just imagine, if you constantly watch something like "Gangster Petersburg" or "Bummer" ... well, the adult generation perceives it as a kind of peculiar fiction, but the younger generation already subconsciously postpones that Russia is corruption and banditry .. I mean that our filmmakers have also made a lot of "light" in the image of Russia ...
    1. rom
      rom 23 August 2013 14: 27
      +14
      And the most interesting thing is that it works. I often travel to Russia and ests on the border immediately stand out. Either they sit in the car, closing with frightened eyes, or as the Russian border passes right through the gas and to the destination. I went to Russia here in July when I returned and stopped at a gas station in front of the border from Russia. I went paid, refueled, I am waiting for my wife and child. I stumble from corner to corner, I talked to a gas station employee. And I constantly look at the car that was standing nearby. The car with Estonian numbers sits about five and you can see this animal fear. If they had the opportunity they would not only lock themselves in the car, but also they would fill it with bricks, so that God forbid what. And about the love between our nations there is an old joke:
      Russian and Estonian caught a goldfish and the fish says:
      To you, an Estonian, as a citizen, has two desires, but to you, Russian is one.
      Estonian-I want to have not a single Russian in Estonia.
      No question, done.
      The second desire is that I would like a three-meter concrete fence to be built around Estonia, so that not one Russian can move to Estonia.
      No question, done.
      Now it's the turn of the Russian.
      He asks the fish, but the truth is that there is not a single Russian left in Estonia.
      Yes its true.
      And the truth is that there is a three-meter concrete fence in the Estonian circle.
      Yes its true.
      Russian-Well then, fill it with concrete.
      1. Dovmont
        Dovmont 23 August 2013 16: 46
        +8
        Another joke about Estonia.
        In the early 90s, already in "independent" Estonia, a Russian entered a Tallinn store and began explaining to the saleswoman in clumsy Estonian what he wanted to buy. She listened to him, listened, then could not resist and says:
        - Kafarrritte, Pallusstoo in Russian, I will understand!
        No, really! We have been listening to your Russian for 50 years, now you listen to our Estonian !!!
  7. soldier's grandson
    soldier's grandson 23 August 2013 08: 28
    +12
    I liked the picture more
    1. klavyr
      klavyr 23 August 2013 09: 19
      +5
      yeah! they start to scare them with such pictures from childhood laughing here they live in stress, from which all sorts of mental deviations occur
      1. yan
        yan 23 August 2013 10: 13
        +3
        stress is the right reaction of non-Western liberals
      2. sasha.28blaga
        sasha.28blaga 23 August 2013 11: 06
        +2
        So maybe in Europe pederasty is therefore flourishing, saying they will surrender to their own, otherwise a drunk Russian will come, confuse me with a woman and take me away.
  8. Vladimirets
    Vladimirets 23 August 2013 08: 28
    +14
    "The interviewee hints that V. Putin has been running the unfortunate dependent Poland for several years already."

    Bloody tyrants they are.

    "It was Putin who promulgated the first official military doctrine of Russia in 2000. The enemies remained the same: the West, the United States. Just like under Yeltsin."

    Well, Putin, what, could not choose other enemies? For example, Trinidad and Tobago, or Mongolia, or Lesotho.

    "The journalist's book has written a lot about women who carry on their shoulders the country, the main problem of which is men who drink, and have no self-esteem."

    It turns out I'm such an abomination. recourse
  9. Igor39
    Igor39 23 August 2013 08: 31
    +9
    damn what kind of politics can be in Poland? Either assent to someone, or lick an ass.
    1. eplewke
      eplewke 23 August 2013 13: 46
      +3
      basically the second happens. They lick their whole lives ...
  10. andrei332809
    andrei332809 23 August 2013 08: 35
    +5
    Poland could become an ally at the forefront for the United States.

    no, they are annealing psheki. Hummed, so for this you are fed with tales of "rzhechi pospolita", so that if something happens, you will be smashed first, and the partners will see if the game is worth the candle. by the way, as international prostitutes for centuries, this role could be used to request
    1. sasha.28blaga
      sasha.28blaga 23 August 2013 11: 08
      +4
      And I was proud of the article for the country, for the president, the FSB, poplar and yars. If they are afraid, then they respect and have no place to escape, even with the USA, even without it.
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  12. Marconi41
    Marconi41 23 August 2013 08: 38
    +11
    And in general, it got to the point that Poland shows “mortal fear of Putin,” and this fear is seen in Kiev, Tbilisi, and Vilnius, where they also talk about imminent surrender to Moscow.

    But damn, we have not had time to attack, but they are ready to give up! I’m only afraid that there will be no one to hand the white flag of Poland, Georgia and the Baltic.
  13. densh
    densh 23 August 2013 08: 39
    +11
    Nonsense ,, Svidomo ,, Polish intellectuals. Not the first and, unfortunately, not the last.
  14. svskor80
    svskor80 23 August 2013 08: 48
    +18
    Before 1939 they wanted to beat the USSR with Germany, now they want to deal with Russia with the USA. Their history does not teach anything, pawns are thrown into the flames first and they will be the worst of them all. The Poles would have calmed down, realized their role in the modern world, how would they convey the idea that the Commonwealth will no longer exist and alas will not.
    1. sasha.28blaga
      sasha.28blaga 23 August 2013 11: 10
      +6
      Poland (I’m not a strategist), I think we’ll run without stopping.
    2. Mikhail3
      Mikhail3 23 August 2013 12: 04
      +5
      Yes, of course. Well, they will pull out the "elements of the missile defense system" and what? What will the warlike Poles achieve? The fact that it is against them that the first, merciless, most likely nuclear strike will be delivered. And the very lack of understanding of this entirely characterizes the intelligence of the authors of the articles.
  15. Valery Neonov
    Valery Neonov 23 August 2013 08: 49
    +7
    And once (the times of Anna Ioannovna), the Poles TARGETLY asked for help from RUSSIA .. About times, about morals ... although, - IMPAID TIME IS SO! hi
  16. a52333
    a52333 23 August 2013 08: 55
    +5
    Amer in the sandbox and his partner with a wreath are especially good at drawing. Don’t, psheki, a soldier will not offend a child!
  17. bulvas
    bulvas 23 August 2013 09: 00
    +5
    They forgot about the Polish gays whom Russia oppressesrequest
    1. smile
      smile 23 August 2013 18: 51
      +1
      bulvas
      The no-no-no attitude towards homosexuals among the Poles is the same as ours ... when the French allowed homosexuals to marry, a hundred-thousand-man demonstration took place in Warsaw ... the Poles were afraid that their government would follow the example of the West ... :)))
      1. bulvas
        bulvas 23 August 2013 18: 56
        +2
        Quote: smile
        bulvas
        No-no-no relation to homosexuals among the Poles is the same as ours .. :)))


        it’s only thanks to the remnants of Russian education, a little more and their friends from across the ocean will re-educate ...
        1. smile
          smile 23 August 2013 19: 49
          +1
          bulvas
          Perhaps, all the same, we have quite a lot in common, although they don’t recognize this ... we should also not forget that the position of the Catholic Church in Poland is traditionally strong enough, and the population is much more religious than ours. this also plays a role.
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  19. PavelOPG
    PavelOPG 23 August 2013 09: 04
    +2
    Poland clinic in no competition wassat
  20. Bort radist
    Bort radist 23 August 2013 09: 05
    +10
    Was on duty in 1976 in Poland! They wore military uniforms in the cities of Brzeg and Borislavitsa. If they asked Pan or Panenka about something and they could not "understand" immediately someone came up and translated. How things have changed. PS I do not believe that all Poles have such a negative attitude towards Russia.
    1. sasha.28blaga
      sasha.28blaga 23 August 2013 11: 13
      +5
      The last time I was in Poland in 2000, the older generation speaks Russian fluently for over 30 years, the attitude is quite normal, well, if you don’t hurt them yourself, and the youth was different, which was shown at the football championship. I’m not a racist, but I really want these features of Poland to be shown at the Olympics their place in the field if it is for them there.
      1. smile
        smile 23 August 2013 18: 57
        +4
        sasha.28blaga
        I’m there regularly-relatives-Poles. The fact that older people don’t tell you in person that all Russians are bad does not mean that they don’t talk about it among themselves. Someone educates their youth in this spirit. It's just that youth more clearly expresses their attitude towards us, which is characteristic of any youth .... alas.
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  22. Vrungel78
    Vrungel78 23 August 2013 09: 10
    +7
    I used to think that only plumbers live in Poland. I was wrong. There are still trolls wassat
    1. smile
      smile 23 August 2013 19: 00
      +2
      Vrungel78
      All Polish plumbers are guest workers in Europe, trying to get to Britain ... it turns out, they were left alone ... it is clear who ... :))))
  23. Djozz
    Djozz 23 August 2013 09: 14
    +5
    Greater Poland's ambition multiplied by Russophobia, shaking his sabers in a drunken stupor, chopping her schismatics into the cabbage "Psya Krev" and, as a result, shameful defeats and the collapse of the country. I don’t remember who said "The Poles are not capable of fighting, but much to rebel"! The gentry is incurable, it's at the genetic level! Although the common people are quite adequate.
  24. sigizmund472
    sigizmund472 23 August 2013 09: 14
    +6
    Well, good, well done !!! I will not listen to jokes for a month - this article is enough to laugh a month!

    Russia, according to Wildstein, imposes energy dependence on the Poles

    fool lol lol
    1. Mikhail3
      Mikhail3 23 August 2013 12: 08
      +4
      What's so funny?! Tomorrow, the Poles will be engaged in restoring energy independence! Throw away all electrical appliances nafig, plants and factories will be transferred to horse traction, instead of cars they will run themselves ... there will be only electric bulbs. Which will be powered by solar panels and work well, very well ... but only during the day. Because batteries also have to be purchased, and this is a dependency! Now the Polish is not gone!
    2. densh
      densh 23 August 2013 14: 29
      +5
      In American jokes, the Poles are given the place of the Chukchi.
  25. RBLip
    RBLip 23 August 2013 09: 15
    +6
    Quote: d1m1drol
    And they will play out ... accidentally, the paratroopers will reach Warsaw, with the next training ...

    in figs do we need them? they will stink more. feed them ... let it be better for German housewives to continue "not afraid" of Polish plumbers. but in Russia there are enough of its own problems.
  26. roma-belij
    roma-belij 23 August 2013 09: 16
    +5
    They are afraid, then respected. In '98 we were soft and fluffy for everyone !! am
  27. Vitaly Anisimov
    Vitaly Anisimov 23 August 2013 09: 19
    +2
    a drunk country, breathing in the air, inhabited by people without a sense of self-esteem, knows how to deprive Poland of this very feeling
    And often they did it ... (that’s angry ..))) drinks
  28. Suhov
    Suhov 23 August 2013 09: 23
    +7
    Or maybe this is the case with Poland?
    "Seeing that the patient would not lag behind, the psychiatrist conducted a short session of manual psychotherapy - he punched him in the face."
  29. SvetoRus
    SvetoRus 23 August 2013 09: 24
    +7
    at the West military exercises, Russia is working out "landing operations during a landing on the Baltic Sea coast and a nuclear attack on Warsaw." Polish paranoia, the most paranoid paranoia laughing
    1. Suhov
      Suhov 23 August 2013 09: 43
      +7
      The political system of Poland is - Paranoia.

      PARANOJA - mental disordercharacterized by systematic delirium, delusions of grandeur and persecutionreassessment of one’s own judgment, propensity for suspicion and revelation, conflict and litigation, interpretation activities and the design of speculative systems.

      The "patient" has most of the symptoms.
  30. borisjdin1957
    borisjdin1957 23 August 2013 09: 30
    +4
    from the Don.
    You can’t get used to this, and all the same. INOSMI, INOPRESS often flicker in the translations of the Polish press. One and the same, with the rarest exception. MARASM !! Psheks are already fed up with their self-sameness, as well as some media outlets: I want to give a kick to these: mongrel :!
    1. Corsair
      Corsair 23 August 2013 09: 45
      +3
      Quote: borisjdin1957
      So I want to give a kick to these: mongrel :!


      And put a new "overseer" in Poland ...
      1. Sirius-2
        Sirius-2 23 August 2013 18: 45
        +3
        And I sting Rokossovsky. He did not want to be a Polish marshal, but Stalin said: "We must!" And the Poles received it coldly, and as soon as the opportunity arose, they conducted it without saying: "Thank you!"
        1. xan
          xan 24 August 2013 00: 04
          +2
          Quote: Sirius-2
          And I sting Rokossovsky. He did not want to be a Polish marshal, but Stalin said: "We must!" And the Poles received it coldly, and as soon as the opportunity arose, they conducted it without saying: "Thank you!"

          Yes, what a Rokossovsky Pole, I can’t imagine him whining.
          he is ours, imperial.
        2. Corsair
          Corsair 24 August 2013 00: 53
          +1
          Quote: Sirius-2
          And I sting Rokossovsky. He did not want to be a Polish marshal, but Stalin said: "We must!"

          And he fulfilled the order of the Supreme! Decently, competently, with full responsibility for what was entrusted.
          Stalin was not a fool and was well aware for what and for whom he was sending to Poland ...
  31. Stepnogorets
    Stepnogorets 23 August 2013 09: 33
    +7
    In psheks, this is already at the genetic level, reflexes acquired in the Middle Ages. It is necessary with understanding and condescension to this - a clinical case!
  32. Ragnarek
    Ragnarek 23 August 2013 09: 37
    +1
    worthless Poles nation, with rotten. No wonder the Germans despise them.
  33. hohryakov066
    hohryakov066 23 August 2013 09: 37
    +9
    Throughout its history, Poland has NEVER done what can be regarded as "in favor of Russia." But ALWAYS used the opportunity to shit at the slightest opportunity. The Polish idea "From sea to sea" is not a secret. It would even be strange to hear something different from the Poles. Although the Russian tsars recognized the Polish gentry as nobles and equated them in rights with the Russian nobility, and later the Polish state could emerge "de jure" only after the decision of Russia again.
    1. smile
      smile 23 August 2013 19: 07
      +2
      hohryakov066
      Comrade Pilsudski followed in the footsteps of the Polish king Heinrich Vasa (Swede) and made this slogan more concrete - "Polsk from Helsinfors to Tiflis" ... :))) I wonder if Georgians and Finns know that Tbilisi and Helsinki are the original Polish land? :)))
      1. Corsair
        Corsair 24 August 2013 00: 56
        +1
        Quote: smile
        Interestingly, Georgians and Finns know that Tbilisi and Helsinki is the original Polish land?


        Smiled good
    2. xan
      xan 24 August 2013 00: 16
      +3
      Quote: hohryakov066
      Russian tsars recognized the Polish gentry as nobles and equalized with the Russian nobility,

      equalized, but not all.
      there are three peasants, two nobles. The poor nobility, having only ambition, served the magnates. And in Russia, nobles were obliged only to the tsar, i.e. to the state.
      In their history, they did not have a politician who was able to centralize power, like Richelieu in France or Grozny in Russia. So the tycoons dragged the country into their pockets, okay, according to their national, or even foreign. How can a magnate republic resist empires?
  34. rugor
    rugor 23 August 2013 09: 40
    +2
    Chicken is not a bird, Poland is not a foreign country. laughing
  35. Zhenya
    Zhenya 23 August 2013 09: 46
    +6
    The first thought was "This is nonsense!"
    The second thought "The roof is going the house is worth"
    The third thought, "But I raised my mood"
    ps
    The more the howl rises, the beginning was in the Baltic states, after Japan, after Scandinavia, now half of Europe, one can judge a strong foreign policy. Fact on the face.
  36. Hort
    Hort 23 August 2013 09: 46
    +2
    State bodies pretend that they work for the benefit of citizens, but in reality it seems that "the Russian state is acting against the interests of Russians."
    no, well, there is certainly some truth here. Although in general I did not hear anything new from the Poles
  37. smiths xnumx
    smiths xnumx 23 August 2013 09: 47
    +22
    Well, what do you want from the "hyena of Europe" as Churchill's apt expression
    March 31, 1939. British Prime Minister H. Chamberlain announced Anglo-French military guarantees for Poland in connection with the threat of aggression from Germany. As Churchill wrote about this in his memoirs: “And now, when all these advantages and all this aid have been lost and discarded, England, leading France, proposes to guarantee the integrity of Poland - the very Poland that just half a year ago with greed hyenas took part in the robbery and destruction of the Czechoslovak state. "
    And how did the Poles react to the desire of England and France to protect them from German aggression and the guarantees received? They began to transform into a greedy hyena again! And now they sharpened their teeth to snatch a piece from Germany. As the American researcher Henson Baldwin, who worked as the military editor of the New York Times during the war, noted in his book:
    “They were proud and overconfident, living in the past. Many Polish soldiers, imbued with the military spirit of their people and their traditional hatred of the Germans, talked and dreamed of a“ march to Berlin. ”Their hopes are well reflected in the words of one of the songs:
    ... dressed in steel and armor,
    Led by Ryds-Smigly,
    We will march to the Rhine ... "

    How did this madness end? On September 1, 1939, "Dressed in Steel and Armor" and led by Rydz-Smigly began a march in the opposite direction, towards the border with Romania. And less than a month later, Poland disappeared from the map for seven years, along with its ambitions and hyena habits. In 1945 she reappeared, paying for her madness with six million Polish lives. The blood of six million Polish lives has cooled the madness of the Polish government for almost 50 years. But nothing lasts forever, and again, louder and louder, cries about Greater Poland "from can to can" begin to be heard, and the already familiar greedy grin of a hyena begins to appear in Polish politics. Yours faithfully! hi
    1. pensioner
      pensioner 23 August 2013 10: 10
      +7
      Novel, cool !! hi
      Quote: Kuznetsov 1977
      How did this madness end? On September 1, 1939, "Dressed in Steel and Armor" and led by Rydz-Smigly began a march in the opposite direction, towards the border with Romania.
      - !! I would also add that their rulers headed this march. Moreover, they broke away from the army greatly ...
    2. old man54
      old man54 24 August 2013 03: 33
      0
      Quote: Kuznetsov 1977
      But nothing lasts forever, and again, louder and louder, cries about Greater Poland "from can to can" begin to be heard, and the already familiar greedy grin of a hyena begins to appear in Polish politics.

      Bravo! I read in one breath! You need to write books, my friend !! hi
  38. Hort
    Hort 23 August 2013 09: 49
    +13
    birches may be rare, but Susanin had enough to "get lost" the Poles wassat
    1. Corsair5912
      Corsair5912 23 August 2013 19: 54
      +3
      Quote: hort
      birches may be rare, but Susanin had enough to "get lost" the Poles wassat

      Yes, Susanin, not Moses, he managed with his tourists in two days.
      The truth was not disturbed by various indestructible bushes and gods.
  39. Witch
    Witch 23 August 2013 09: 50
    +3
    Neighing ...
    Although, what to take from the psheks ....
    I remember at my brother's wedding I argued on certain issues of Soviet-Polish relations with a "new" relative, the famous Polish artist (Russian mother) Pan Peter. As a result, they agreed, as usual, to Katyn and the destruction of Soviet prisoners of war in the 20s. The position of this great pop was as follows. Near Katyn, the flower of the Polish nation perished, and Soviet prisoners of war and drunkenness. It’s a pity they destroyed a little ... The friends of the brother went nuts and took a fresh look at history ... Somehow ...
    1. Witch
      Witch 23 August 2013 11: 59
      +1
      I remembered the surname of the new "relative" - ​​Gonsovsky ....
      1. Zopuhhh
        Zopuhhh 23 August 2013 17: 07
        +4
        The face of the new relative is not corrected?
        1. old man54
          old man54 24 August 2013 03: 35
          0
          Witch
          Quote: Zopuhhh
          The face of the new relative is not corrected?

          the same question sooo interested! ??? angry
  40. individual
    individual 23 August 2013 09: 53
    +6
    What kind of NATO defense is such that even under its umbrella Warsaw is in a chill from the even breathing of Moscow?
    1. Corsair5912
      Corsair5912 23 August 2013 19: 38
      0
      Quote: individ
      What kind of NATO defense is such that even under its umbrella Warsaw is in a chill from the even breathing of Moscow?

      Kids love horror stories. And then you look at NATO and throw some money for placing something against a terrible Russian.
  41. KGDU10
    KGDU10 23 August 2013 09: 56
    +5
    Poles (as a national entity) have been hopelessly sick for a long time !!!
  42. pensioner
    pensioner 23 August 2013 09: 58
    +8
    Quote: individ
    The case is about to turn out so that Poland will be deprived of the opportunity to pursue an independent policy.

    Oops! And now, what: leads an independent, or what? Wow ... Germany can’t afford such a thing, but Poland easily means ... well ...
  43. pensioner
    pensioner 23 August 2013 10: 04
    +4
    Thank you Oleg! I have long been saying that nothing so cheers up on Monday morning, like reading translations of Polish media. Failsafe thing! Recently, their competitor has appeared strong - the Ukrainian media ...
    Quote: retired
    It is only strange, we add in conclusion that a drunken country, breathing its last, inhabited by people without self-esteem, is able to deprive this very feeling of Poland.
    -That really! A paradox ... And the picture is super !!!
  44. Kovrovsky
    Kovrovsky 23 August 2013 10: 06
    +1
    Quote: soldier's grandson
    I liked the picture more

    Yes, the picture is super! You can add to the "terrible Russian" a bear on a leash, behind the back, a balalaika, and give a NATO man a butterfly net in his hands. wassat
  45. slaventi
    slaventi 23 August 2013 10: 08
    +6
    journalist Andrzej Talaga claims that the period of unfavorable Russian-American relations has come, and therefore Poland could become an ally on the front line for the United States.


    The Poles were not our friends, but rather the opposite. But to wish your country to be at the forefront, you must be an idiot.
  46. Shkodnick
    Shkodnick 23 August 2013 10: 13
    +3
    Apparently the branch of "Echo of Moscow" in Poland is gaining momentum lol
  47. Amur
    Amur 23 August 2013 10: 13
    +1
    All these materials have one goal - to create the image of the enemy in the person of Russia and, in which case, chop off a piece of land.

    From such articles it is clear that the Poles themselves are stupid because easily succumb to any nonsense, although we have enough problems.
  48. Silkway0026
    Silkway0026 23 August 2013 10: 16
    +4
    miserable, what can I say ... for centuries the same thing. it is necessary to keep them in a black body and then for each place there will be glad to kiss the boot.
  49. Russ69
    Russ69 23 August 2013 10: 21
    +6
    The Polish press is generally something with something. I love to read it, especially the comments of the Poles. Tone and mood constantly raises ... smile Comedy Club, oh how far they are.
  50. Estray_
    Estray_ 23 August 2013 10: 22
    +4
    Quote: bulvas
    They forgot about the Polish gays whom Russia oppressesrequest

    You won’t believe it, but on the topic of gays, they are often in solidarity with Putin.
    PS I’m stealthily visiting Polish forums.
    1. Zopuhhh
      Zopuhhh 23 August 2013 17: 10
      +1
      Quote: Estray_
      PS I’m stealthily visiting Polish forums.

      You know a lot about perversions :)
    2. Allegedly
      Allegedly 23 August 2013 18: 10
      +3
      Quote: Estray_
      You will not believe, but on the topic


      Poland is 99% Roman Catholics. By nationality, 99% are Poles. Abortion is prohibited there. There are mobile hospital ships on which abortions are performed, then they cannot even moor in Polish ports, otherwise they are a prison. Those Polish women who want to kill their unborn child go to Holland, Germany, etc. or they are being taken to those ships in neutral waters off the Polish coast. And regarding solidarity, the Poles are very practical, they are very in solidarity with the Bandera, as long as it is directed against the Russians. We stand in solidarity with "Old Man", and are ready to kiss his hands for every boorish trick in relation to the Russians. We stand in solidarity with the Chechens until they get used to it and take over their usual craft in Poland. The list is endless. And also in Poland there is a radio "Maria". Its owner and host is called Father Rydzyk (yes, Polish priest). So, there is such a thing that, in principle, according to the law, for speaking out, insulting other nationalities and religions, chauvinism and calls for violence and the overthrow of the government, at least several people must be imprisoned every day. Below you can see a map of Polish territorial claims. It turns out that even part of Kasakhstan is theirs ...
      1. bulvas
        bulvas 23 August 2013 19: 08
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        Quote: JACOB
        map of Polish territorial claims. It turns out even part of Kasakhstan is theirs ...


        Something has inflated Poland greatly on this map. Won't burst?
        1. Allegedly
          Allegedly 23 August 2013 22: 40
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          They think not yes . Judging by conceit, the dinosaurs evolved from them.

          And then I will throw off the Polish propaganda poster, so they represent the Russians. Its essence is to defend itself against Bolshevism, and what he wants to do with them (with the Poles).
      2. old man54
        old man54 24 August 2013 03: 42
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        Quote: JACOB
        Below you can see a map of Polish territorial claims.

        n-yes ... the card finished off directly! And for some reason I don’t really believe that this is serious, about this map. recourse And where can I read about it on the network and what are their claims based on?? laughing
        1. Allegedly
          Allegedly 24 August 2013 04: 39
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          To begin with, 400 years ago, Poland occupied almost all of Russia (then Russia). In the ranks of their army were mercenaries from all over Europe. They even put their king on the Russian throne (occupation authorities laughing ) Looks like they believe that wherever the boot of the Polish soldier has visited, this is the Polish land. Let me remind you that the Poles actively participated in Napoleon’s campaign against Russia, and their sympathy for Napoleon is understandable.
          1. old man54
            old man54 24 August 2013 22: 23
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            Thanks Avm for the answer, colleague. hi But you probably take me for complete ignorance, since you believe that I don’t know about the troubled times in Russia in the 17th century, and that it was the Poles who were trying to take control of Russia through a secret conspiracy with the boyars. By the way, on this topic, I uploaded a doc. Film on the thread, about Minin, I strongly advise you to look, a very sober look at those events, based on archive data.
            But I thought, asking you that the Poles have some more serious (from their point of view) substantiation of claims to such vast territories now occupied by the Russians. As I understand it, from the map, that their lips are "rolled out" to the entire European part of Russia up to the Urals, inclusive? laughing And if this is really all of their argumentation on this issue that you indicated, then it becomes ridiculous to become 100 times more. laughing laughing laughing